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>age Tw» - BlythevlUe (Ark.) C«url«r Newi - Friday, January », 19M Daily Record Weather "I'. S Weather Bureau Agricultural Service Keiser, Ark. Drying conditions good today becoming poor tonight and fair tc.poor Saturday. Dew point in the 20s to 30s. Near 50 percent sunshine today and little or no sunshine Saturday. : Probability of precipitation 30 percent this afternoon, 60 percent tonight and 20 percent early 'Saturday. Total precipitation less than one-quarter inch. Winds light, easterly and five to 10 miles per hour. The outlook for Sunday, partly cloudy and cold. YcpterdHy'fi lligll—34 Overnight low—18 Precipitation previous 24 hours ub 7 a.m. today)—none .Precipitation Jan. 1 to date—.46 -Sunset today—5 ;03 Sunrise tomorrow—7:08 This l)Htn A Vrar AKO Precipitation Jan. 1 to date—none Yesterday's high—46 Overnight low—31 3-Month-Olo Dies at Home .•'MANILA - Darrell Dewayne Key, 3-month-old son of Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Key, died early Wednesday at their home. :ln addition lo his parents he leaves two sisters, Patty Lynn Key and Tabatha Lynn Key, both of the home; And his grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Jack Key of Manila] afid Mr. and Mrs. E. L. Wilson of Manila. Graveside services were this morning at 9:30 at Manila Cemetery, Rev. Jack Glass officiating. Howard Funeral Service was in charge. Markets Open Rigb Low Uil Chicago Wheat Mar. 14814 May 151 n /4 July 151% 152 152 147% H8 151'A 151% 151Vi 151V4 Chicago Soybeans Jan. Mar. 265 V4 PEACE (Continued from Page One) mission in the French capita! affirmed Trinh's statement and said, "The next step is up to President Johnson." Foreign Minister Maurice Couve de Murvllle told the French Cabinet Trinh had made Hanoi's position more precise. A Cabinet spokesman said President Charles de Gaulle's government is taking "no particular action," but U.S. and French officials have frequent contact on Viet- New York Stocks Texas GS 270% nam, while the French are in ZVW | close touch with the North Viet- jnamese. OTTAWA-A foreign ministry spokesman said Canada is dis- 120 cussing the "potentially promis- Chrysler S5V» j ng " fj or (h Vietnamese state- RCA 5 °' /! ! menl with the United States and AT&T 54'AiBritain. He said the control 86% 'commission, of which Canada ^ i and Poland are members with GM 8 ' 7/ "!lndia, might be used in any ar- AT&T Dow Xerox Pun Americ 22V4 Ford '. 53% W'house 69V4 US Steel Curtis Pub 12% rangements for peace talks. ARS January Schedule Set Arkansas Rehabilitation Service Counselors, Harold E. Thomas and ames L. Beard, will visit the following Missis- Arkansas News Briefs By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS WASHINGTON (APJ-A loan increase of $16,000 to Norphlet, Ark., for the construction of a sewer system and water line VIETNAM (Continued from Page One) Thursday told of attacks on two of Haiphong's bridges but there were no reports of attacks on the harbor. Haiphong harbor Sniper List Grows On Subway Study HUNTINGTON BEACH, Calif. believed to have included a bank, a car and al least 11 houses, police said today. Patrick Williams of Huntington Beach told police he found docks used by foreign ships are: three holes in his roof while tak- The agency announced Fri- lhese Haiphong facilities have bullet in the shingles. day that the loan had been in- been kept on the restricted list, Spiders Close School MATTOON, 111. (AP) - An infestation of dangerous brown recluse spiders at Mattoon High School forced officials to close the school Thursday. Dr. John G. Wargo, superintendent of Mattoon schools, said he closed the high school after an exterminator discovered thousands of the spiders in tht school building. creased to $150,000. Joiner: at the Neighborhood Service Center from 1 p.m. to 3 p.m., Jan. 18. Osceola: at the Mississippi | TRUMANN, Ark. (AP)-Fire County Department of Public jchief Earl Cook ordered about Welfare, Jan. 8, 15, 22 and 29. ,15 |, om es here evacuated ThursDycss: at the Neighborhood |day after a pipe, connecting a Service Center from 1 p.m. to storage tank and a gasoline 3 p.m., Jan. 11 and 25. pump at a service station, rupLuxora: at the Neighborhood itured. Service Center from 2 to 4; Cook said gasoline was knee p.m., Jan. 15 and 29. deep in an area behind the sta- despite the urging of some U.S. Williams was the llth resident of Orange County, south of Los congressmen and military offi- Angeles, to report unexplained Manila: at the City He a 11 h lion and that 20,000 gallons o Unit from 9 a.m. to 11:30 a.m., Jan. H and 25. NEW YORK-UN. Secretary- , Leachville: at the Neighbor- general U Thant said Tinh's | ™_p_ d jstalement reinforced Ills' own view that a halt in the U.S. water was used to flush the| gasoline into a ditch. Leon Stout, operator of the service Comsat 48 '/4 : bombing would lead to peace Amcr. Motors 12'A Scars 57% Parke Davis ''.. 26V4 Gen. Elect 96 Both. Steel 3'W* Reynolds Tob 45% talks. • By JOHN M. H1GHTOW&R AP Special Correspondent WASHINGTON (AP) - Presi- Slandard NJ 68% dent Johnson is trying through Holiday Inn SB's Ark-La 39 Ark-Mo (Bid) 10% Divco-Wayne 52 wjcno World Deaths TOLEDO, Ohio (AP) — Milo J. Warner, 76, national commander of the American Legion in 1940.diod Thursday after a heart attack. Warner, a Toledo attorney, was a veteran of World War I. He was an adviser to President Roosevelt during World War H. several foreign governments to find out whether North Vietnam wants "prompt and productive" talks on ending the Vietnam war if the United States slops bombing the North. Secretary of Stale Dean Rusk told a news conference Thurs- has Center from 1 p.m. to 3:30 p.m., Jan. 11 and [tank apparently caused t 25. j break. No one was injured. Both Thomas and Beard are | headquartered at the Rehabili-l DE QUEEN, Ark. (AP) - A talion Service office in Ely the-! limb on a falling tree struck cials, to avoid an attack on a Soviet ship which would further worsen relations between the United States and the Soviet Unon. The latest Soviet protesl demanded "punishment of those responsible for the attack on the '" Soviet vessel and adoption of ur- * j gent and effective measures to •eclude similar happenings." It warned that "the entire responsibility for the possible bullet holes in his roof. No one vas injured. An Anaheim policeman said he thought he saw the sniping Splane, a white and yellow light 'craft, early New Year's Day. ville, 301-B North First. HIKERS (Continued from Page One) been found. Miss Laing and the three chil- and killed Charlie Lee Rink, 57, Final Gesture WOONSOCKET, R.I. (AP) Burrows T. Younkln, 62, was pleased with the care given bim at Woonsocket Hospital and he had his wife bake a cake for the nurses. wife, cake After the U.S. government (Wednesday to the third floor conceded that American fire [where tie had been under care • I aggressive acts by the United i States armed forces against Soviet ships will rest with the government of the United States." Accompanied by his Younkia earried ttie Thursday in the De Queen i might have hit two Russian ves-| until tot Saturday, reservoir area about six miles V-'s off Vietnam last June, the c— „«„_ i,. „ northkese of here. 3d States promised it would Soon after he presented it Younkin was stricken with an Remember l^ay ^our Paper Boy Authorities said Rink, a mem- i > "extraordinary measures ber of the nearby Oak Grove .to minimize damage" to Soviet' apparent heart attack and died community, was culling limber ships in Ihe war zone. in the hospital. with his son, Virgil Rink, when After' first denying that U.S. — the accident occurred. nlanps hart hit the caren shin MAnnra />n I in the war zone. After' first denying that U.S. planes had hit the cargo ship Turkistan off the North Viet- LITTLE ROCK (AP) - State |namese port of Cam Pha on » t0 Education Commissioner A. W. ' 2 - the state Department Thursday formally expressed regret and l PRIVILEGES AUTHORIZED M SECOND CLASS MAIL Blythofille Courier Ncwi BLYIHtVlLLE. ARK. ZIP - 73315 Barn W. Haines, Publim» 3rd at Walnut St. Bl) the ville, Ark. Published dally except (unit; Second class postlft p*M at BJj- thcvillc, Ark. In BlythMllIe «nd towni IB th» Blythcville unit territory. HOME DELIVERY RATH Daily 39o per week BY MAIL PAYABLE IN ADVANCE Within 90 miles of Bljrtttvllte $8.00 per year More than 50 miles from BlylUetJlIi $18.00 per year lilllllllllllHIIIIIIIIIIWIIIIIIIMirailllllllllillllllllllllllllllllli Services By COBB FUNERAL HOME INTEGRITY JOHN W. STALLINGS, 1 p.m. Friday, Cobb chapel. ministration is also watching .. 11 ._ i,,.,,,. t.. n \r to be a tl,,ee-hour trek to FRIDAY, JANUARY S 6:00 SERENADE To Be Announced. 6:30 WHAT'S NEW J.Stome Mountain Carving. A visit to Ihe carvings in gran- .'. ite on the face of Stone Moun- tain, near Atlanta. X 7:00 ALL ABOARD "Bus Driver, 0 Bus Driver! AVhere is My Stop? 7:30 CHANNEL 10 TRAVELS Call of the West Indies. 8:00 THE FACE OF SWEDEN The Enterprising Society, Life and culture of Sweden. 8:30 N.E.T. PLAYHOUSE A Choice of Kings. John Mortimer's drama of political in-1 trigue set in 1064. 9:30 THE BIG PICTURE ' TRIESTE, Italy (AP) - Carlo Cirtllo Diviak, 77, chauffeur of mnsra carefully what happens in the "P '.340-foot Mt. Beremban in fighting itself for indications of the highlands. Hanoi's real policy. I N= arl 7 m ,"' elnb _ e « °. f the Rusk said there is enough p»- Wto?™? P olice leld force : tentia, importance in thelatestlfPe— in ^ jurigle that all school districts must be provided teacher contracts by' thfe state Board of Eaucation. <™ sailor died in the strafing NOTICE OF SPECIAL ELECTION Notice is hereby given that an election will be held in the City of Blylheville, Arkansas on the j 30th day of January, 1968, at 'to insure that SUCD incidents do ; which there wiH be subm itted not occur." The Soviets claimed j to the e i ectors of the cit y the The ruling said that stipulations could be incorporated into the form by the hoard that attack. The Soviet Union charged June 29 that the freighter Mik- move by Foreign Minister Nguyen Duy Trinh of North tactics, had joined the search | wou id place the obligation O f I hail Frunze was nit in Ha 'P hon S today. British Gurkha soldiers, | performance on both parties [harbor, and two weeks later the car in which Archduke'propaganda ploy." iiKuyeii ijuv -Limn ui muitu • , ., ii 1 •— — ----- , Vietnam so that it cannot be | Miss Lamg's teaching col- but that Arkansas courts would ,„„„,..„ «.,j ok n ,., n ,,, 0 ( ,-,^L-orc no( . enforce p ena |ty provisions in such contracts. brushed aside "as purely a Francis Ferdinand ol Austria \vas assassinated, sparking World War 1, died Thursday after a long illness TALLADEGA, Ala (AP) — SE. Pinkerton, president of Pinkerton Security Inc., Michigan burglar and fire alarm systems firm, was killed Wednesday night in the crash of a light plane. Pinkerlon's wife, Faye, and her mother, Mrs. Ethel W. Bertrand of Highland Park, Mich., also died in the crash. Pinkerton was from Detroit. TULSA, Okla. (AP) - John I New Year's cease-fire with a Tyler, 50, Republican National ll ""- l ""'' in " = "°" b "" " '"""' Committeeman from Oklahoma, died Thursday after suffering a cerebral hemorrhage at his Bar. tlesville iiome. Tyler had served . Weekly Report. The U. S. i two terms as national commit- jWashington that the statement One has lo be careful and watchful about these things if it does represent a movement," Rusk said. "And we are interested in movements toward a peaceful settlement." But Rusk also said he could not tell whether there had been a fundamental change in the situation adding: "We know that they ((the North Vietnamese Communist leaders) have issued orders for an intensified offensive during the winter sea- on. "We can't help but take note of the fact that there was an in- |a downtown Chicago street at tolerable violation of the recent 5:3 ° a ^ m - ? Window washer Jo- leagues and aborigine trackers had been hacking their way through dense foliage, looking for the hikers, and two helicopters crisscrossed the area, but their visibility was limited by low clouds and a light drizzle. The Dalat School is operated for children of missionaries stationed in Southeast Asia for the Christian and Missionary Alliance Church. oiuixunn.1, m*. vu ) — |V esse s n the area of hostilities! ' .j ;,„„ nnn fnr th , ,„„„„„ n t Sam Linn, 59, of Little Rock,J cannot be comD letelv eliminat- r • t- ' purpose of ..., L-J' ..." r ...-j : - 11 cannoi ne completely eiimiiiai f shine nc.rmanent f nancine Narrow Escape CHICAGO (AP) - What do you do when you're hanging by one belt-hook, four stories above two-battalion attack on a base cam P °f American forces ... and a similar large-scale attack ... on Vietnamese forces." There was speculation in Army in action around t h e world. Iceman after being state GOP chairman from 1958 to 1960. Trinh last weekend al a Hanoi reception for an Outer Mongolian delegation may reflect a split over political strategy for achieving Vietnam's war aims. Trinh said that if the United ^States unconditionally stops —.,~. .. ...~ u . ^.~ „,„„„- A lon S-time Cooter. Mo., res-!bombing and other hostile war AXCE COMPANY, ET AL, I ldent > Mrs - Mar >' Halford Jones actions against the North his IN THE CHANCERY COURT FOR THE CHICKASAWBA DISTRICT OF MISSISSIPPI COUN- TV. ARKANSAS BENEFIT TRUST LIFE INSUR- Mrs. Jones Plaintiffs vs. HAROLD C. THOMPSON, SR., et al, Defendants. . NOTICE OF COMMISSIONER'S SALE No IV 285 d ' ed Wednesday in Chickasawba Hospital. She was 84. The wife of Alex Jones, she was born at Clifton, Tenn., and had been a Cooter resident . Notice is hereby given that; ™°™ than 50 >' ears - sh e was pursuant, to a Decree rendered government "will hold talks." For more than a year Ihe official Hanoi wording had been that talks "could" be held. Interest in this development had come to overshadow Cam- ibodian Prince Sihanouk's decla- by Ihe Chancery Court for the; Chickasawba District of Missis- ford of Los Angeles; leaves a son, Heber Hal-'ration last week that he would [receive a representative from Four daughters, Mrs. Bessie (President Johnson to talk about Davis of Phoenix, Ariz., Mrs. Deluding Communist forces Irene Powell and Mrs. Gladys I fr °ro Cambodian territory Washington acknowledged that it. might have been struck accidentally. A note Id Ihe Soviel JForeign Ministry added: "The I risk of unintenlional damage to STUTTGART, Ark. (AP) - |VesS els in the area of hostilities question of issuing City of Blytheville, Arkansas (called "City") Industrial Development Revenue Bonds (called "bonds") under Act. No. 9 of the First Extraordinary Session of the Sixty- Second General Assembly of the State of Arkansas, approved January .21, 1960, as amended (called "Act No.. 9") in the principal amount of not to ex- whose body was found in three- foot .deep water in the Bayou Meto Public Schooling Grounds, probably died of heart failure according to Coroner Russell JicCollum of Arkansas County. ed." McCollum made Thursday. Linn's the ruling body was found Wednesday. He had been missing on a hunting trip since Sunday. One Less Crane SAN ANTONIO," Tex:: (AP) — iOne of the 48 whooping cranes I known to exist in the wild died Thursday after it was rushed here from the Arkansas National Wildlife Refuge where it had been shot by a hunter. LITTLE ROCK (AP) — The Arkansas Legislative Council furnishing permanent financing of the cost of securing and developing industry. The bonds will'be dated, will bear interest at such rate pr rates, the interest will be payable on such dates, the bonds will mature on such date or dates, the bonds will be subject to redemption prior to maturity in such manner and upon such terms, and the bonds will be issued at one suffered numerous wounds from m ftdiiacia j^trgisiduvc ^.uuuuii , . , T , . . has tentatively scheduled sev . a shotgun blast, a source here seph Bacigalupo, 54, was in that , d f h e arings tl]e week 'said, and was virtually beyond predicament Wednesday. * a " aj ?. °' _ "!!," L , " help when it arrived at a veteri- | of Jan. 15 on proposals the leg- He had slipp_ed from an^ icy ijslators may have to consider 'during a special legislative ses- window sill before he could attach his other belt hook and he couldn't reach up to grab the ledge. sion. Rep. Marion Crank of Fore- 'ipan, chairman of the council, First he yelled for help until!made the announcement Thurs- he was hoarse, but there were no pedestrians at that hour. Then he dropped his bucket and then desperately dropped his keys. Finally, a half-hour later, firemen arrived and hauled Bacigalupo down on an aerial ladder. Someone had called them. The bird, an adult whooper, j time or in series from time to time, all as the City Council shall subsequently determine and specify in the Ordinance authorizing their issuance. The proposed industrial undertaking help ' nary hospital. The near extinct species winters each year at the Arkansas refuge on the Gulf of Mexico Coast. Officials said there were 39 adult cranes and nine young ones at the refuge this year. Biscuit in Bank TOWSON, Md. (AP) - Talkl Etl ward Hill, 25, of North Little about being sentimental. Frank Rock. C. Clark still has one of the first | Hill's body was found Wednes- biscuits his wife ever baked 21! day in a wooded area north of day and said that the council will set a definite date for start-1.. . . . ing the hearings when addition-! Hospital Moves al information is received from! CHICAGO (AP) - Historic GDV. Winthrop Rockefeller on| M e rc y Hospital, where victims of the civil war, the Chicago fire and the Haymarket riot received treatment; has moved into new quarters. The last patient was transferred in frigid cold weather Thursday from fee old red brick structure, Chicago's oldest hospital to a white concrete-and- glass building across the street. what will be included in the session. NORTH LITTLE ROCK (AP) —Pulaski Coroner Dr. Gordon Holt has ordered an investigation into the death of Ronald sippi Company, et al. Plaintiffs, and Harold C. Thompson, Sr., el al, Defendants. Cause No. 17.285 (said Decree being rend-j Oakley, both of Missouri, and N« Vietnamese border. Johnson l^eSr Vwri'aee^hlV'MrT"c7ark ered November 21. 1967). I, Mrs. Nora Yancey of Blythe- a nnounced Thursday he is send- the undersigned, as Commission- ville; ' : "~ '""' •—"'--• years ago. And now he keeps it in a safe- deposit box at a ban)\. It was in the early weeks of ing Ambassador Chester Bowles er of said Court, will within j Seven g randc |, ild ,. en and one ;from India shortly to confer lawful hours on Ihe 22nd day of grea t grandchild Sihanouk. January, 1968, offer for sale, at Servjces were tWj morni , t The Bowles mission Is con- auction, to the highest I ] 0:30at Cobb Funeral Home bidder on a credit of three months, at the South front door of the Court House in Blytheville, Arkansas, the following de- scriben read propetry: Lot 6, Block 1, of the Wright Addition to the City of Blytheville, Arkansas, carved out of Irregular Lot 8 of NE '/.i of Section 15, Township 15 North, Range 11 East. The purchaser or purchasers at such sale will be required to execute Bond with approved surety to secure the payment of the purchase money. A lien shall be retained upon said real property as additional security ior the payment of the purchase money. All sales are subject •to the approval of the Chancery Court, in the above Court and cause, betore the sales become final. Dated this 26th day of December, 1967. ' BETTY COATS • Commissioner in Chancery REID, BURGE & PREVALLET Attorneys for the Plaintiffs. chapel, Rev. P. H. Jernigan officiating. Burial was in Maple Cemetery at Caruthersville. cerned with a problem that will continue if the war continues whereas the Hanoi probe is concerned with a maneuver that could move the war toward an r i to re clopr% H toyd er w«1 M I Iy COI1C ".' Si0n ' BowlM m * ht , ^ , ju i g en( j U p j iav]11 g a hand at both Swafford and Jake Larkin. .. Luke Stuart- Luke Stuart, 58, died yesterday at Shaneyfelt Hospital in Manila following a brief illness. He was a Manila resident and a World War Two veteran. Funeral services will be announced by Howard Funeral Service. Rally Tonight A Pentecostal Youth Rally will be held tonight at 7:30 at (he Church of God located at 1914 West Cherry St. J. D. Walters will deliver the talk entitled, "Holiness in a operations, since Sihanouk's capital, Phnom Penh, is one of the places where it is possible for Westerners or other would- be peacemakers to get in touch with North Vietnamese representatives. Other major channels of contact include the Soviet, Indian, Polish and Canadian governments which are members of Ihe three-power International Control Commissions which operate, under various severe communication between Wash- handicaps, in the former Indo- ington and Hanoi. But they indi- baked her first pan of biscuits. "Poor Frank managed to eat two of them before I took pity on him and put them out of sight," she recalls. Clark salvaged one and later here. Authorities said he had been shot once in the stomach and that a 12-gauge shotgun was lying near the body. PLUMERVILLE, Ark. (AP) — Finis Smith, 71, of Plumerville was killed Thursday when his vehicle collided head-on with Ward 1-A—Robinson Implement Company Ward 1-B—Wade Furniture Co. Warehouse Ward 1-C—Hensley's Super Mkt. Ward 2-A—Jaycee Building Ward 2-B—Y.M.C.A. Ward 2-C—Beckham Moving & Storage Co., Ward 3-A-Carlock Pontiac Ward 3-B—Blytheville Water Company Ward 3-C—Anderson Real Estate Office Ward 4-T—Pickard's Grocery Ward 4-B—Missco Implement Company Ward 4-C—Mississippi County Health Unit . Ward 5-A—Mississippi County Lumber Co., Ward 5-B—Taylor Fish House Ward 5C—Doyle's Service Station Absentee Box: Mississippi County Courthouse is an expansion (involving improvements and facilities) of the industrial operations of Blytheville Canning Company, Inc., an Arkansas corporation (called "Blytheville Canning") in the City (called the "Project"). The Project will be owned by t|i« City and leased to Blytheville Canning for lease rentals sufficient to provide for the payment of the principal of and interest on the bonds. The bonds will not be general obligations of the City, but will be special obligations payable solely from Project revenues, including particularly lease rentals from ths Lease Agreement with Blyth*. ville Canning, which will be specifically pledged to the payment of the principal of and interest on the bonds, and the bonds will be secured by a lien on and security interest .in the Project as authorized by Act. No. 9. Only qualified electors of tin City of Blytheville, Arkansas shall have the right to vote, and the electors may vote either fof or against the issuance of tha bonds. The election will be held between the hours of 8:00 o'clock a.m. and 7:30 o'clock p.m. at the following polling places in the City of Blytheville, Arkansas, to-wit: 500 E. Main St. 515 E. Main St. 609 S. Ruddle Rd North Second St. South Second St. 900 N. Second St. Walnut & Fifth 415 W. Main North Sixth St. Ch'kasawba Ay«, South Division North Tenth St. 1801 W. Main 422 S. 21st 2113 W. Rose St. This 27th day of December, 1967. CITY OF BLYTHEVILLE, ARKANSAS By TOM A. LITTLE, Jr., Mayor 12/29, 1/5, 12,19 a tractor-truck about west of here on U.S. 64. mile as a family joke locked it up at \ Authorities said Smith was a bank with family valuables. Grant Granted NEW YORK (AP) - The Transil Authority will investigate the possibility of using heat generated by the brakes of subway trains to keep passengers cool. The U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development an-; .attempting to pass a pick-up truck and pulled into the path of a truck driven by Aubrey McGhee. Officers said Smith was traveling alone. noun«d « $170,000 on S ra- r tion grant Thursday to see if *e^ 0rUr196 f cElroy ' power f HOPE, Ark. (AP)-Fred McElroy, 68, pleaded innocent by eason of insanity Thursday in Hempstead County Circuit to charges that he shot his wife, Mrs. La in Novem- conditioning system. „_„„.. .,„ , . . McElroy has been charged! thermal electric air with firsWcgree murder ,„ C V 12-29, W Changing World." Chinese countries. In additio there have been various contacts In the past through Romania, Hungary, Burma, Egypt and Algeria. One of the chief representatives of the Hanoi regime outside the country is its official In Paris, Mai Van Bo. U.S. officials said there was cated that so far communication observation, has not been very active int his I nection with the shooting. He was committed to the State Hospital by Circuit Judge William Arnold III for 30 days for period of probing. State Department authorities believe the process is likely to be slow. Rusk said that even'if Hanoi Complete Weekend BRISTOL, V*. (AP) - A thief! thus no lack of opportunities forJshift meant, had shifted position, the big stole 12 cases of beer from a question for the United States (restaurant near here Thursday, was to determine what any auch I Sheriff's officers say the loot lalso included • box of aspirin. Notice Of Meeting The annual meeting of the shareholders of the Blythevi I Ie Federal Savings and Loan Asso- ciation will be held in the office of the President, 200 North Second Street, at 2:00 P.M. on Wednesday, January 17th, 1968.

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