The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on May 6, 1968 · Page 3
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 3

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Monday, May 6, 1968
Page 3
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Bryfhevme (Ark.) Courier Hews — Monday, May », Business Mrs. Shirley Colemah of 135 publisher of the World Book South Crescent Drive of Ely-Encyclopedia and Childcraft, theville has been promoted toMrs. Coleman will supervise area manager for Field Enter-sales activity in Mississippi prises Educational Corporation, County. AWARDED FOR OUTSTANDING SERVICE is Mike Connealy (right), 1967 Life Underwriter Training Council (LUTC) chairman. Bill Daniels, 1967 president of LUTC, preswits Connealy with a briefcase. Officers are Calvin Goodman, president; Jim Morgan, vice-president; Mike Connealy, secretary-treasurer; Homer Smith, national cbmrnitteeman; arid Jim Smothermdn, state board. '• ' .*.. „ * *. '• ' Dorrls Jones of Blythevilli graduated from ;the, St. Louis Job Corps for Women April '23, as : a . secretary after completing business and clerical training. ' : . '•' ' As a part of the secretarial training she worked in the offices of the job corps, center. '- . ..•-.* . .*• « .. • - . Sgt.Gehe Finley, Lt. C. G. MeNair both of the ; Blytheyille Police and'Ronny Burke, trooper of the Arkansas State Police, recently completed, a. special course in investigating automobile accidents, held at the Arkansas Law Enforcement Training Academy in Little Rock, The course emphasized the prevention and causes of accidents in addition to analysis of an accident to determine the cause, an academy official reported. * * * Delbert W Layne and Paul B. Harris of Blytheville recently received awards for outstanding service and sales from I M Sheffield Jr board /airman of. the Life Insurance Company of Georgia Layne received a silver derby for being the leading staff manager .for 1967. Harris was awarded a gold- topped walking cane for being the leading agent for 1967 in a four-state area including Tennessee, Arkansas, Kentucky and Northern Mississippi. Mrs. John Leach and ion Tony of Peotiai III, spent a week recently with her mother, Mrs. Arthur Kelley. Mrs. Vera Mosley recently was a patient in Chickasawba Hospital. Mr. and Mrs. Ronnie Chan; nell of St. Louis spent last week end visiting in Hayti with his mother, Mrs. Jessie Walsh. Steven Beard of Flint, Mich., ecently visited in the home of lis grandmother, Mrs Iva Samford. Last Friday Mrs. Harley Remember. Pay Your Paper Boy PROMOTED-John R. Stovall, son of Mr. and Mrs. Jim Stovall of Blytheville, was recently promoted to project engineer and manager of the instrumentation and communication division of the International Business Machine (IBM) Corporation's Huntsville, Ala. office. An employee of IBM's federal systems .division, Stovall is presently engaged in work on the Apollo- Saturn moon-rocket program. His wif.e Lynn, is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Erby C. Hodge of Blytheville. TUESDAY, MAY 7 2:30 ALL ABOARD School Days! School Days! Dear Old Golden Rule Days! 3:00 JOURNEY Isles of the Caribbean; 3:30 THE FRENCH CHEF Speaking of Tongues: Blanching, skinning, braising, saucing, serving, and eating a fresh.beef tongue. 4-60 WHAT'S NEW Fencing. Ohio State University fencing coach Bob Kaplan tells the fascinating story ef the war sword from the year 2000 B.C. 4:30 NET JOURNAL Color Us Black. Filmed arnid the turmoil of Howard University,, this documentary studies the black militant movement on campus. Dramatizing the conflict is a film on black-white relations made by students. • ••5:30 BUSINESS ROUNDTABLE A Guaranteed Income is the topic of, discussion. 6:00 ON HEARING MUSIC Conversation with Hoger Sessions. Comments on techniques of composition. 6:30 MISTEROGERS' NEIGHBORHOOD Chef Brockett bakes a cake for King Friday XUI. 7:00 ALL ABOARD School Days! School Days! Dear Old Golden Rule Days! 7:30 CHANNEL 10 TRAVELS Isles'of the Caribbean. 8-00 TOPICt MEMPHIS CITY SCHOOLS Faculty Forum. Superintendent E. C. Stimbert and four panelists.' ' 8:30 N.E.T. SYMPHONIES The PWiburgh Sympboey Orchestra. '••-,;•;' '.;.., : ';, •>. performed by members of the Northweitern U a 1 v t r i i t y School d MM* Naturalists are wiring golden eagles for sound in an effort to save them .from extinction. By :racking birds with a one-ounce radio transmitter, they hope to discover the effects of ingesting pcXcides oh the eagle population. ''.••• ." ; . The fruit of the gardenia plarit is used in China and Japan for dyiing silk. , JUST IN TIME FOR MOTHER'S DAY GORNINGf WARP PRODUCtS 8 PIECE SET Contains 1, 1%, 1% qt. covered saucepans, detachable handle and servihg cradle that fits all 3 saucepa ns. SPECIAL $1288 Sove $2.07 REG. PRICE $14.95 Buy Now And Save on this Limited Offer! Open An Account Come See Our Outstanding Gift Selection DREIFUS — r/eureee**— HIH HIIHU .TV . WM« DIAMONDS., AT DREIFUS JEWELERS "MOTHER'S ROSE" • ' •'.-'- PIN : Ihteipnted brCUonanl In » betaUf allr iealptana thne-dbnuuloiul tow pin. K« otlny texture riT»K Nature'* omi-tlu mwrelomly effective pl»tlnnm or (olden fInlihM will brighten her'iprlnc eMtnmM. This lovelT roue .pin U »l«o »v»ll«ble -In the moit mated wum Hmmtr eounetod eoto A4ofebfng Mrrringc $3. OPEN AN ACCOUNT JUST MY ' '3 CONT1ENIENT' TERMS HOLLAND NEWS By Mn. Joo Lester Copeland was released J r o m Doctors Hospital in Blytlieville. Mr. and Mrs. 6|an Pierce announce the birth of a son, Alan Delahe. Born April 17, he weighed 7 pounds, 5 ounces. Grandparents are Mr. and Mrs. Hubert Pierce and Mr. and Mrs. Gafrett Dillender, all of Steele. ' Mr.and Mrs. James Norman of Pine Bluff visited with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Perry Taylor, Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Stanber- sky of, • Toledo, Ohio, and her daughter, Mrs. Jack Nitzell of Detroit, spent a week recently in the borne of Mrs. Myrtle Lester of Steele Mr. and Mrs. Hugo Neal and daughter Rebecca left Holland last week for their home in Detroit. Mrs. Viola Moore was entertained with a birthday party on her 65th birthday, April 21. The party .was given by her sister and brother-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Hubert Ham. Harold Weaver — whose wife Melba lives in Steele - left recently to be stationed at Ft. Campbell, Ky., with the U. S. Army. Wo mean Charged CHARLESTON, S. C. (AP) County patrolman Richard Roush was checking a call thai a woman wearing only a green negligee was walking a dog around Park Circle Wednesday. When he approached her, the patrolman said she ordered the dog, a spirited chihuahua, to attack him. The dog inflicted a painful nip on Roush's hand and while he assessed the damage, the woman and her pet rah off. Roush and another patrolman finally apprehended the 45- year-old woman about three blocks away. She was charged with disorderly conduct. — Fifi ttro Launched CAP S E KENNEDY, Fla. 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