The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on February 1, 1968 · Page 3
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Blytheville, Arkansas
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Thursday, February 1, 1968
Page 3
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fAA) Cwrlw H«wi - Thurtday, rtbruafy I, MB - ftjt ffij. Three Schools List Perfect Attendance IN CONCERT-Memphis Symphony Orchestra will present Malcolm Frager Feb. 11 at 3 p.m. and Feb. ^at 8:30 pm in the Auditorium Music Hall in Memphis. Copland, Mendelssohn, Mozart and Debussy are on the program. Memphis Arts Council is handling ticket sales. Students with perfect attendance at Promised Land School for the first semester were: First grade: Andra Ortez Smith. Second grade: Russel Crain, Joey S. Gunby and Kevin Rob- hson. Third Grade: Gloria Moore and Deshane Harris. Fourth Grade: Randy L. Robinson, Ronnie D. Robinson, David E. Thompson, Lillie M, Goss and Doris L. Rort. Fifth Grade: Terry Rochell Harris, Yunna Robinson and Sandra Kay Shields. Sixth Grade: Charles Debose, James Fort, Terry Gean Rogers, Leonard Thompson and Harriet Vauzaut. Students with perfect attendance for the first.,semester at Franklin Elementary School are First grade: Jaurod Andrew, Vincelle Lamar Britrhan, Sherri Lynn Daniels, Vanessa Dale Ed wards, Robert Harris, George Malone; Ricky Nichols, Henry Williams, Kinnia McCleridon, San- Betty Riggins, Frankie Riley; Servicemen Get Extra Benefits "Serving in Vietnam will be a magic phrase on income tax returns.filed this year. If a Vietnam serviceman is filing a return calling for a refund this will be a signal for Internal Revenue Service to give it priority treatment. If the'wife of a Vietnam servicemen is filing a joint return with her husband, his signature is not needed on the return. She will include all the income of each of them, claim all the .proper deductions and then sigh only her name. In Hie space provided for the husbands return she need only write: "Serving .in Vietnam. ' This is the only ' situation where IRS will accept a joint return with the signature of one of the living spouses missing. •This is just the first of many tax advantages to be enjoyed by Vietnam- servicemen. OSiers are: NONE of the pay received by enlisted men and warrant officers for service in a combat zone is taxable. It heed not ne reported on their return. IF HOSPITALIZED as a result of wounds or disease suffered in a combat zone none of the pay received while hospitalized is taxable. For purposes of the two preceding paragraphs, any part of a month is treated as a full month. Therefore one day spent in combat or in a hospital as a result of combat excludes the full months pay from tax. For officers, the first $500 received monthly either for. combat service or in a hospital as a result of such service is nontaxable. Other nontaxable military and veterans pay includes: Payments equal to, six months pay to beneficiaries of servicemen who died on active duty; vet- cut your* own. taxes by Ray DeCrane I "CUT YOUR OWN TAXES' c/o Blytheville Courier News Dept 723 P; O. Box 489 Radio City Station . New York, N. Y. 10019 Please send ...... copy (copies) of CUT YOUR OWN TAXES at 50 cents each *o: NAME ADDRESS. CITy STATE ZIP ! Make checks payable to TAXES. Allow 3 weeks for delivery. (NEXT: Some income is nQ ?.......»»•»• »•«»»» ••«*•••»• g taxable.) _ erans benefits paid by the et- erans benefits paid by the Vet- ans and their families; education, training and subsistence allowances to veterans; disability compensation; veterans insur ance proceeds and dividends; state bonuses paid to veterans grants to seriously disabled vet erans for homes designed for "wheelchair living; grants for motor vehicles for veterans wh< lost their sight or the use-o: their limbs. George L. Spinks, Jeffery Stewart, Carl D. Webb, Audrey Stewart, Cathy V. Thomas; Artelvia Walker, Carolyn Wilson, Kimberly A. Williams, Jim my Earl Gardner, Denice Renice Gray, Michael Lee Higgins, Linwood Jones and Lawrence Kennedy. '4 * Second grade: Joe Willie Barnes^ Larry Johnson, Curtis Johnson, Dennis Mitchell, Jessie W. Taylor, Doris A. Calloway; Debra A. Bill, Brenda K. Cole man, Dianne Cook, Dianne Ousley, Zerita Williams, Dexter Anderson; Curtis Blackman, Marcus Chatmari, Joe Coleman, Shillie Gillespie, Ervin Staccato Jones; Gennie Johnson, Lee Ann Jones, Patricia Mdran, Barbara Mosley Davis, Jessie Pinkney; ney; Wilbert Jones, Elvie Lee Riggins, Felicia Stewart, Barbara Thomas, Sarah Valley, Ronald Williams and Harold Dwain Johnson. * *• * •'•• Third grade: Earl Britman, Billy Cothran, Larry Kirkwood, Christopher McKenney, Deme- clira Andrews, Terry Coleman, Tyce Crawford; Linda Gillespie, Brenda Webb Brian Gene Nichols, Danny Lee Thomas, Mary Juanita Parker, Atlanta Jean Shields; * * * Fourth grade: Jacquin Benson, Joseph Coleman, El s 16n Hampton, John Harris, Charlie Wimberly, Joyce Calloway; Linda Cochran, Dorothy Fair, Linda McChristian, Clara Wiliams, Robert Franklin ; Thomas Jones, Hulon Neal, Kenneth Pinkney, Shirley R. Williams,,".. Brookey Ghatman, Marty Orr; James Shine, Gwen dolyn Fowler; : Jacqueline Harris, Jacqueline Phillips, Joyce Piper and Sandra Pollard. .* * * Fifth grade: Herbert Brown, Hubert Brown, Autry Calloway Milton Dotson, Felix Kennedy, Jupert Mitchell, Elvis Robinson, Miller 'Thomas, S'herry Aldridge ; Valeria Davis, Orneita Gray, Anita Hale, Sandra Johnson, Carolyn Jones, Velma Jones, Linda .McChristian ; Joyce Morris, Diane Pugh, Webb; Earnest Britman, Jeanett Cannon, Anthony Coleman, Curtis James ; Jerome Logan, Larry McCoy, Vernice Redmon, Lenard Staton, RosieF. Williams, Sammie Cochran and Kenneth Swayzer. * * * Sixth grade: Richard Brimlett Gloristine Franklin, Patricia Me Christian, Douglas Shine, Dorothy Smith, Larry Pollard; Carolyn Williams, • Edward Blankenship, Cecil Brown, Dennis Burton, Odell Dotson Jr., Edward L. Hale, Carl Moss, Thomas Williams ; Maxine Ford, Levera Hobbs, Sharon Leaks, Myron Burton Jessie Diamond, James Gardner, Richard Houston, Larry Jones, Joe Miller ; Joe Nichols, Kennie Webbs Doris Benson, Barbara Colley Gloria Golden, Barbara Hoy Janet Johnson, Josephine Me Kinney ; Barbara • Ousley, Priscilla Pinkney and, Brenda Pollard. Special Education: Alfonzia McKinney. Those at Robinson Elemen tary School with perfect attend ance the first semester were: First grade: Elton Dona Jiggs, Dwight David Phillips ferome.E. Farley, Kenneth Newman, Juanita Perkins; Gilbert 0. Davis, Deyail Ech ols, Robert Farmer, V el ma Jean Kearney and Mary Carolyn WUliams. * * . * Second grade: Paul Evans, Eric Smith, Valerie June Kearney; Roy Lee Rose and Anita Carol Ciggs. * * * . Third grade: Randy Troy Davis, William Killingwbrth, Diane Henderson, Mary Delois Wilkerson; Johnny Robert • Wilkerson, Kenneth W. Bush, Patricia Evans, Darnell Kuykendall; Willie Jamison, Donald Kuykendall, Mildred June Riley; Timmie Lee Smith, Jimmy Davis, Carl Lyle Mouton, Twyla R. Harrison and Mary Ann Wilkw. • » ¥ ' , Fourth grade: Dan Atkins, 'rederick Cotton, Janice Berry, Sara Djxon, Augustus Finch, Morgan Lane III; Delois Howard, Karen Kuykendall, Annette Lasenburg, John Smith, Bobbie Cross, Bob- jy Yarbrough; Phyllis Smith, Mary Frances Walker, Shirley A: Bogard, Michael Bedford, Mary Alice Campbell, Donnie Ray Echols, Lois Marie Tipton, Walter L. Harvey; Norman Campbell, Jessie Dorsey, Dorothy Dixon, Donna Hall, Sammie Furlow; Leoatry McNichols, -Wyvonne Kimbrough, Janie Lark, X. L. Rose, Terry Wilson, Delois .Gaston; . . Clarence Smith, Virginia Stewart, Douglas Atkins, Valerie Christine Byrd, Cecil Clay Crenshaw, Katherine Carter, Sheila Ann Terry, Ivy Denise Ciggs and John Albert Pointer. amond, Onie Evans, Veronica S Hill, Sylvia Hraris, Gloria Kim- irough; . Varctta Reed, Carolyn Faye! Smith, Terry W. Stevenson, Christopher J. Finch; Loretla Smith, Earline Phillips, Charles Mouton, Lynetta Cook; Eddie Echols, Larry Horner, Oliver Rose, Ardell Strawther, boiolliy Bennett; Ruby Cullins, Deborah Eddings, Gloria Fair, Margaret Hall, Deborah Howard; Sharon Perry, Johnnie Shaw, Shirley Speights, Randall Stokes, Evelyn Mitchell, Bertha Thigpen, Dorothy Tate, Pearlie Bates'and Robbie Dukes. HERMON C. JONES Mtn'i amnian C*. 555 So. Perkins Extended Suite 4M Ph. 68S-M41 Memphli, Ttnntiiee insurant for bute Fkuuflaf Key Man - Plrtncnhip • Corporation - oioup peniloa • •*- tlrement - * * * Fifth grade: .Madie Ann Andrews, Don Edward Davis, Paquita D. Freeman, Barbara R. Green, Barbara J. Haywood, I Maurice Wilts, Seteria Blake; i.l :arles Wesley, Barbara Tho-; mas, Clarence Young, Barbara! J. Gaston, Kenneth Barnes, R.! B. Anderson, James Bullock, Harvey L. Walker, Dorothy Holmes; , Linda Bush, Margie Nell {•Franklin, Frank Garrison Jr., John Edward'Harvey, Willie 'Lee McCray, Morris Robinson, Effie Y. Collins; Betty Manning, Jo Carolyn Washington, Catherine Smith, Linda F.Tate, Harold Walker, ! Kevin Barnes, Lonnie Campbell and Shirley Ann Knox. * * * Sixth grade: Terry Bullock, Bobby Fair, Curtis Jenkins, Nathaneil Smith, Larry Ware; Marilyn Bowie, Shirley Di SPECIAL GROUP TOMORROW DURING OUR ANNIVERSARY SALE AT Whitsitt's 308 WEST MAIN Laser Unit Stolen BERKELEY, Calif. (AP) - A laser beam unit, used in surveying has been stolen from a tunnel being dug through downtown- Berkeley by the Bay Area Rapid Transit District. The $3,000 unit can project a narrow beam 600 'feet. It is not dangerous unless one stares at it directly, said Bill Morris supervisor for the contracting firm that owns it. 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