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The 7th day of the search began again today, at the new command center, The National Guard Armory located at 256 West 9th St, Parsons.Kristin Helm, spokesperson for TBI announced yesterday they were choosing to move to this location due to the amoung of evidence that has been collected, and their need for enhanced security.“Blink” will be discussing case developments in The Holly Bobo murder indictment, upcoming news in the Jennifer Kesse disappearance and other current cases.Among the community that has banded together *like*no*other* in recent memory, are weary searchers, volunteers and the families that live without them, for days on end. I have spoken to many of you in the field, and I know that in an active investigation, there is so little to keep you motivated and strong.Mrs Mavis Alice Foden, chairman, Walsall Hospitals NHS Trust, West Midlands; Mrs Anne Margaret Madaline Footner, chief nurse adviser, Frenchay Healthcare NHS Trust, Bristol; Harold Bentley Formstone, Department of Trade and Industry; Robert Jack Forrest, farmer, for services to agriculture in Berwickshire; Colin Edward Francis, Welsh Office; James Albert Fuke, for political service; Hance Fullerton, chief executive, Grampian Enterprise, for services to business in Grampian; Neil Richard Galbraith, Director of Education and Leisure Services, Western Isles Islands Council, and chairman, Scottish Consultative Council on the Curriculum, for services to education; James D Stirling Gallacher, for services to the catering industry; Professor David Ganderton, chairman, British Pharmacopoeia Commission.Professor David Gardner, deputy managing director and director of European projects, Military Aircraft Division, British Aerospace Defence Company; Francis Gilhooly, Parliamentary Complaints and Correspondence Manager, Her Majesty's Board of Inland Revenue; Brian John Gillespie, for services to the community in Tyne and Wear; Brian Geoffrey Gleed, Project Manager for Safety Assessment of Naval Base Developments, UK Atomic Energy Authority, for services to the defence industry; Michael John Gooch, Department of Trade and Industry.Robert William Chappell, for services to optometry; Professor Juliet Cheetham, director, Social Work Research Centre, University of Stirling, for services to social work; David Richard Cleaton, for services to careers education; Robert Maxwell Clerk, former chairman of council, Association of Scottish District Salmon Fishery Boards; John Walford Common, for services to the shipping industry; Lindsay Conway, for services to social work; John Corns, for political and public service; Oliver Grant Crichton, for services to the Hotel and Catering Benevolent Association.
John Stuart Bevan, secretary, Association for Colleges; Alexander Wilson Blane, Principal Professional and Technology Officer, Ministry of Defence; John Stuart Bloor, managing director, Triumph Motorcycles, for services to the motorcycle industry; Mrs Elizabeth Ann Boatman, for services to women's golf; Mrs Hazel Elizabeth Bradford, for political and public service; James Braid, member, Fife Regional Council, for services to local government; Miss Elspeth Livingston Brewis, for services to health care for children; Robert Arthur Brice, for services to the community in Essex; Douglas William Imrie-Brown, for charitable services, particularly to Rotary International.John Barrie Gordon, chairman, North East River Purification Board, for services to the community in Banff and Buchan, Aberdeenshire; John Gott, Chief Commandant, Lancashire Special Constabulary; Lance Grainger, Department of Transport; Mrs Dorothy Mary Greenland, for political and public services; Richard Moran Greensmith, general manager, Special Network Services, British Telecommunications; Mrs Judith Greenwood, consultant community psychiatrist, Edinburgh Healthcare NHS Trust, for services to medicine; Alfred Arthur Grimwade, Cedarmore Housing Association, Kent; Miss Maggi Hambling, artist, for services to art; Susan Hampshire, (Lady Kulukundis), president, Dyslexia Institute, for services to dyslexic people.Mrs Penelope Jane Meredith-Hardy, member, Hertfordshire Probation Committee; Professor David William Harkness, for services to museums; Norman Alexander Harkness, the Trade Mark Registry, the Patent Office; Anthony John Hart, for services to magistracy in the City of London; Nasimulhaq Shahzad Hasnie, co-ordinator for equal opportunities multi-cultural education, Huddersfield Technical College; John Harold Haynes, chairman, Haynes Publishing Group; Mrs Joyce Helena Hayward, president, the Attingham Trust, for services to the study of the British country house.Speaking of tires, uncovered what has been determined to be “materially relevant” to the case of the disappearance of Holly Bobo, by a source inside the investigation speaking to on the condition of anonymity.While our source will not comment on whether one or both ads are a part of the case or who they might be tied to, the ad from Parsons, appeared at AM on April 17, before the public was asked to notice who may have replaced tires or cleaned an ATV or vehicle.
Brian Tate Head, principal inspector, Her Majesty's Inspectorate of Pollution; Colin Douglas Henderson, Scottish Office; Mrs Louise Ann Henry, Department of Health; Roderic Morley Hewitt, for services to forestry; Thomas Albert Hilliard, for charitable services in Surrey; John Michael Hillier, director of administration, West Midlands Police; Anthony John Hirst, director, the Boat Museum; Lt Col Raymond Reginald Holland, for services to disabled ex-Servicemen and women; Derek Peter Holley, for political and public service; Miss Doreen Mary Horridge, Department of Health.