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8.Hinton News Tues. Ma From p. 1 Board the water system adequate?" were really none of Burdette's concern because it the system was not adequate, a new well would be dug. Tassos also said the problem of vandalism was never raised at the new elemen- tary school and the existing Greenbrier School has more vandalism that any other school in the county Board member Dr. J. D. Woodrum said, "I think we ought to give all this infor- mation to the media and find out just what's going on inSummers County". Woodrum also asked who was the attorney for the county school system and was told that normally the Prosecut= ing attorney handled their legal work. Hannah said the Board had a 100 acres at Talcott and when told that the baseball field there was already on bedrock, sug- gested bulldozing the side of the hill down to level the area. "You can do a lot of bulldozing for the cost of the land", he said. Hannah added that the voca- tional program might need ex- pansion in the future and was told by Tassos that a large building is shown on the com- prehensive plan for future use. The motion to abandon the Career Center site was finally put to a vote with Hannah and Doyle voting in favor and Drs. Camara and Woodrum voting against abandonment. Since _ his vote was needed to break the tie, Simmons voted against and added that "We shouldn't just back out. I'm not the kind that just backs out". Woodrum then said that the Board should stop the project until the problems are resolved. He advocated "getting the best. attorney we can from outside Summers County and resolve this." Woodrum, a Board mem- ber at the time the land was purchased, said "We never in- tended this to be all vocational and I know in my heart what's right." In an apparent refer- One Injured Friday This 1978 Ford driven by Doris Arbaugh was another passenger Margie Zuidema were not totaled Friday afternoon when it went over a injured in the mishap. According to Ms.,rbaugh hank near Pence. Springs. One passenger, some problem with the steering caused her to Harriet Phillips, was treatedand released at lose control of the vehicle. Photo by Sally Summers County Hospital. Ms. Arbaugh and Hayslette. Obituary BURGESS Services for Mr. Rexford Bur- gess, 67, of New River Road, Hinton will be at 3 p.m. Tues- day in the Ronald Meadows Funeral Parlors in Hinton with the Rev. Bruce Richmond off- iciating. .... Mr. Burgess died Saturday i ' night at home of an apparent heart attack. Born March 29, 1912, in Shar- ples, he was a son of the late ,.,.:,, ..... . :,, James Lewis and Katherine , Cook Burgess. ..... Mr. Burgess was a retired disabled coal miner and had moved to Hinton in 1977, after living in Blair and Spring Dale. Survivors include his wife, Bessie Johnson Burgess; four sons, Bobble and Rexford, Jr., both of Plymouth, Mich., David From p. 1 Area Briefs MEETING The Stitch and Chatter Club will meet Friday, May 11 at 2p.m. at the home of Mrs. H.C. Porter on Greenbrier Drive. Mrs. Paul Baber will be the hostess. DEGREE OF HONOR The Degree of Honor will meet Thursday May 10 at 2 p.m. in the City Building for their regular meeting. 2 birthdays will be observed. All members are urged to be present. Home The Summers County Volun- teer Fire Department and Re- scue Squad finally has a home, according to Dept. President Warren McHugh. McHugh said details were finalized yesterday on a lease arrangement through the Governor's Office. McHugh said a new fire station will be built on a piece of land along Route 20 between Bluestone Dam and the Bellepoint Bridge, McHugh also announced that the department will receive $1500 from the Raleigh County Commission for fire protection services to the Southside area which is in Raleigh County but served by the SCVFD. Hanshew Commissioned Adam R. Hanshew, son of Mr. and Mrs. Walter H. Hanshew of Rt. 1, Meadow Bridge, W. Va., has been commissioned a sec- ond lieutenant in the U.S. Air Force upon graduation from Officer Training School at Lack- land AFB, Texas. Lieutenant Hanshew, selected through competitive examinat- ion for attendance at the school, Reading Week Winner,. Jim Clark of Hinton Jaycee presents a check to 6th grade class of Bellepoint School, during Summers County Reading Week. '4 i Pictured is Bellepoint Grade School 1st Grade. ence to Career Center Director Photo By Sally Hayslette of Detroit, Mich., and Dexter of ,Also shown in Jim Clark of the Hinton Jaycees. Gene Davis, Woodrum added, jumping Branch; four daught- now goes to Ft. Lee Air For- Photos by Sally ce Stahon, Va, for trainiv, g and ' " o l "The fact that some people ers, Mrs. Cecceilia Curry of duty as a computer systems _ o _., . o  o o '__  vo-ag) St'k W II Blair' Mrs" Katie McLaughlin f fficer' -%J "__  o-.. - ier smara rl es a Sand Berandino, Calif., Mrs. The lieutenent, a 1968 grad-  /ff" /.k.._.jff  * "]/' !he, to a lawyer Nell Dumont of South Charles- uate of Meadow Bridge High ] '...,  .//" ]|ida1 in v need a Steve Goodwin was reportedly seriously injured ton and Mrs. Angela Norris of School received a B.S. deg I  .-'=' ,  et a d hite." .Thursday night when this Mustang he was Cedar Rapids, Mich.; one bro- [ ---,'--w /  le t,. edland driving struck n wall on Greenbrier Drive at the ther , Clyde of Blair; one sister, t=nolggef:nWaYwl?Td: Th " . ' e b! est snow flakes in the world fell in Montana in 1887. They measured 15 incheSt.  .'  mdrum intersection with Zion Mountain Road. Details Mrs. Sylvia Weekly of Blair; 16 wife, Nancy, ts the daughter f in diameter and were eight inches thick. 4Po Mr and Mrs Porter W Cosner ' -  d ,  lke any were sketchy at press time as the Hinton Police grandchidlren and two grea- . . . : e :o nt it was Officers who investigated were off duty and no grandchildren, of Red Creek, W. Va. [ __ _=. i attacked the one elsecouldgivethedetails. . / Remember flg;00 ge given        -,. ./.  -.  i, illtrying 1 Page 1  .'%/ ,,, ".. .:.'::::.) | Nlflt ? :hop-- / Mother'sqDay fi , up. 4 Burdette Obituaries -),  make a Katherine Stickier Gwinn. [>    =  /. wren was a ret,red /   "-=;': .- -1",' he field Mr. G " " Some people once believed I ', , / " , , , .. with the carpenter and farmer, xhat mountains were formed one. re- Survivors include his wife, by an enormous, under t- E 'iJil "wasn't Sadie; one daughter, Mrs. Jean 9rouna serpent moving no . Maxymow of Beckiey; two , ! amotiov sons, Jackand Jerry, both of : I 2// 'iii,! xd not dc Meadow Bridge; two sisters,  . rs fron Bridge and mrs. Ads Coffman nded th of Parkersburg; one brother, Juanita Tickle. ad votec Charles of Staunton, Va.; five Vickie Gill" ct a fe grandchildren and one great- Tom Fltzsimmons Over tara wm grandchild. Bill Lowry in favor Robin MazzeUa PARKER Roberta Wheeler e're no Services for Mr. William H. R!ta Bennett cf_  ,  | I I:  !' i Oe--Cox Simmonl Tuesday in the Ronald Mead- Lee Ann Johnson Simmons ows Funeral Parlors in Hinton Judy Gore with Dr. Clyde Hensley offic- Taicott High School want this {to be all doesn't impress me." Camara again objected saying, "I don't think we need a lawyer, it's black and white." Hannah again advocated land with "no strings." Woodrum asked him,' 'Would it make any difference what county it was in?" Hannah then press, citing the coverage given when the Board was still trying From Page 1 to select a site. He said the press coverage ran the price up. Kessler asked why Burdette made no mention of these points when he asked, in an earlier letter, that the board make a motion stating that the field would not interfere with the vo-ag program. Someone. re- marked that Burdette "wasn't told to". Woodrum then made a motion to pursue the letter and not do anything until the Board had some definite answers from Burdette. Doyle seconded the motion, although he had voted to abandon the project a few minutes earlier. Camara was opposed and Simmons in favor. llannah abstained. Tassos said that "We're not going to solve this until we get an attorney up here." Simmons promptly agreed. added, "In as much as there's so much riding on this, I move fating. Burial will be in the SSh'i'yMB''g I Over Newstand Cost! I I I I : You Can Recieve A Full Year Of : I , . . im : The HINTON NEWS For Only $? : : s 24  State Tax. Subsrtbe : plu ,.] | By Mail Today! Sorry, This Offer i Only For New Subscr, bers, t See us I ____ ............ ----'| II- ........ " ........... - II we hire a lawyer." Woodrum seconded. Hannah was opposed while all other members, in- cluding Doylewerein favor. The hiring would be left up to Tassos, On Friday morning a press conference was called in the Superintendent's office. A large file was given to each member of the media containing copies of the State warrant in question and several letters giving back- ground information. The money to purchase the land was trans- ferred on April 15, 1971 and does not show any code indicating that it included Federal monies. Calls placed to the State Tax Department which audits scholl funds and listed the money in question in it's 1971 audit as State money, led only to the State Board of Education. A Call there led back to Burdette, although the Bureau of Finance is not part of his domain. The press conference also revealed that Davis had boasted that he could stall the athletic field for some time and that he had "already ordered 200 pound of corn." The Comprehensive Educa- tion Plan was described as a "camoflage" and the ramifi- cations of the State Boards actions were discussed. The press conference and the background file will be covered in Thursday's HINTON NEWS. Greenbrier Burial Park. Mr. Parker died at 8:10 a.m. Sunday in a Beckley hospital after a short illness. Born Nov. 15, 1904, in Hinton, he was a son of the late Will- iam and Nora Wiseman Par- ker. Mr. Parker had lived most of his life in Hlnton was a retired engineer for the Chesapeake and Ohio Railway Co., a member of the Hinton United Methodist Church and Masonic Lodge of Richmond, Vs. Survivors include his wife, Gleans Kessinger Parker; two brothers, Earl of Alderson and Vernon of Port Ritchie, Fla., and two sisters, Mrs. Irene Hannah of Hinton and Mrs. Hazel Hauger of Richmond, Va. Theodore Sembly Ronnie Ward Blankenship Basil Petrey Frankie Lively Janice Coughnour Graveside services for Mr. Jack Whittaker, 59, will be at 1 p.m. Tuesday in the Quesenb- ury Cemetery near Jumping Branch witht he Elder A.L. Nee|y officiating. Pallbearers will be J.C. Up- ton, Jim and Daniel Under- wood, Alvin Crook, Arnold Ben- nett, Arthur L. Young and Roby Barnett. Any contributiorm of sym- pathy should  made to the Summers County Cancer Soc- iety. Jewell Bragg Teresa Bragg Mrs. Howard Deaver T ammY Ratliff Charles Robinson Margaret Carter Melinda Williams Cathy Chitester Patricia Patrick Mrs. Bradherry Bernie Neal and Lois Smith ..Pictures you have order- ed printed at the Hinton Daily News are ready for pickup. Many of the photos are marked "no charge" or ,'paid." ..Many of the photos feat- ure cheerleaders, major- ettes, awards, class pic- tures, etc. and would be wonderful for memory al- bums. If you believe your photo is among these, you are urged to come down anl cheek, as most of the photos are at least one year old. Address I l at , r, .. ' sl i -7 I am enclosing $8.24 for a one year new subsc p- __  tion to the'itlNTON NEWS. Postal Regulations %% m ;' ' ' I require payment, in advance, t %  Ke er's "Women is Apparel t ' ..,,  212 Temple Street. ,,.. p.... _-.... __he... r 1 8.Hinton News Tues. Ma From p. 1 Board the water system adequate?" were really none of Burdette's concern because it the system was not adequate, a new well would be dug. Tassos also said the problem of vandalism was never raised at the new elemen- tary school and the existing Greenbrier School has more vandalism that any other school in the county Board member Dr. J. D. Woodrum said, "I think we ought to give all this infor- mation to the media and find out just what's going on inSummers County". Woodrum also asked who was the attorney for the county school system and was told that normally the Prosecut= ing attorney handled their legal work. Hannah said the Board had a 100 acres at Talcott and when told that the baseball field there was already on bedrock, sug- gested bulldozing the side of the hill down to level the area. "You can do a lot of bulldozing for the cost of the land", he said. Hannah added that the voca- tional program might need ex- pansion in the future and was told by Tassos that a large building is shown on the com- prehensive plan for future use. The motion to abandon the Career Center site was finally put to a vote with Hannah and Doyle voting in favor and Drs. Camara and Woodrum voting against abandonment. Since _ his vote was needed to break the tie, Simmons voted against and added that "We shouldn't just back out. I'm not the kind that just backs out". Woodrum then said that the Board should stop the project until the problems are resolved. He advocated "getting the best. attorney we can from outside Summers County and resolve this." Woodrum, a Board mem- ber at the time the land was purchased, said "We never in- tended this to be all vocational and I know in my heart what's right." In an apparent refer- One Injured Friday This 1978 Ford driven by Doris Arbaugh was another passenger Margie Zuidema were not totaled Friday afternoon when it went over a injured in the mishap. According to Ms.,rbaugh hank near Pence. Springs. One passenger, some problem with the steering caused her to Harriet Phillips, was treatedand released at lose control of the vehicle. Photo by Sally Summers County Hospital. Ms. Arbaugh and Hayslette. Obituary BURGESS Services for Mr. Rexford Bur- gess, 67, of New River Road, Hinton will be at 3 p.m. Tues- day in the Ronald Meadows Funeral Parlors in Hinton with the Rev. Bruce Richmond off- iciating. .... Mr. Burgess died Saturday i ' night at home of an apparent heart attack. Born March 29, 1912, in Shar- ples, he was a son of the late ,.,.:,, ..... . :,, James Lewis and Katherine , Cook Burgess. ..... Mr. Burgess was a retired disabled coal miner and had moved to Hinton in 1977, after living in Blair and Spring Dale. Survivors include his wife, Bessie Johnson Burgess; four sons, Bobble and Rexford, Jr., both of Plymouth, Mich., David From p. 1 Area Briefs MEETING The Stitch and Chatter Club will meet Friday, May 11 at 2p.m. at the home of Mrs. H.C. Porter on Greenbrier Drive. Mrs. Paul Baber will be the hostess. DEGREE OF HONOR The Degree of Honor will meet Thursday May 10 at 2 p.m. in the City Building for their regular meeting. 2 birthdays will be observed. All members are urged to be present. Home The Summers County Volun- teer Fire Department and Re- scue Squad finally has a home, according to Dept. President Warren McHugh. McHugh said details were finalized yesterday on a lease arrangement through the Governor's Office. McHugh said a new fire station will be built on a piece of land along Route 20 between Bluestone Dam and the Bellepoint Bridge, McHugh also announced that the department will receive $1500 from the Raleigh County Commission for fire protection services to the Southside area which is in Raleigh County but served by the SCVFD. Hanshew Commissioned Adam R. Hanshew, son of Mr. and Mrs. Walter H. Hanshew of Rt. 1, Meadow Bridge, W. Va., has been commissioned a sec- ond lieutenant in the U.S. Air Force upon graduation from Officer Training School at Lack- land AFB, Texas. Lieutenant Hanshew, selected through competitive examinat- ion for attendance at the school, Reading Week Winner,. Jim Clark of Hinton Jaycee presents a check to 6th grade class of Bellepoint School, during Summers County Reading Week. '4 i Pictured is Bellepoint Grade School 1st Grade. ence to Career Center Director Photo By Sally Hayslette of Detroit, Mich., and Dexter of ,Also shown in Jim Clark of the Hinton Jaycees. Gene Davis, Woodrum added, jumping Branch; four daught- now goes to Ft. Lee Air For- Photos by Sally ce Stahon, Va, for trainiv, g and ' " o l "The fact that some people ers, Mrs. Cecceilia Curry of duty as a computer systems _ o _., . o  o o '__  vo-ag) St'k W II Blair' Mrs" Katie McLaughlin f fficer' -%J "__  o-.. - ier smara rl es a Sand Berandino, Calif., Mrs. The lieutenent, a 1968 grad-  /ff" /.k.._.jff  * "]/' !he, to a lawyer Nell Dumont of South Charles- uate of Meadow Bridge High ] '...,  .//" ]|ida1 in v need a Steve Goodwin was reportedly seriously injured ton and Mrs. Angela Norris of School received a B.S. deg I  .-'=' ,  et a d hite." .Thursday night when this Mustang he was Cedar Rapids, Mich.; one bro- [ ---,'--w /  le t,. edland driving struck n wall on Greenbrier Drive at the ther , Clyde of Blair; one sister, t=nolggef:nWaYwl?Td: Th " . ' e b! est snow flakes in the world fell in Montana in 1887. They measured 15 incheSt.  .'  mdrum intersection with Zion Mountain Road. Details Mrs. Sylvia Weekly of Blair; 16 wife, Nancy, ts the daughter f in diameter and were eight inches thick. 4Po Mr and Mrs Porter W Cosner ' -  d ,  lke any were sketchy at press time as the Hinton Police grandchidlren and two grea- . . . : e :o nt it was Officers who investigated were off duty and no grandchildren, of Red Creek, W. Va. [ __ _=. i attacked the one elsecouldgivethedetails. . / Remember flg;00 ge given        -,. ./.  -.  i, illtrying 1 Page 1  .'%/ ,,, ".. .:.'::::.) | Nlflt ? :hop-- / Mother'sqDay fi , up. 4 Burdette Obituaries -),  make a Katherine Stickier Gwinn. [>    =  /. wren was a ret,red /   "-=;': .- -1",' he field Mr. G " " Some people once believed I ', , / " , , , .. with the carpenter and farmer, xhat mountains were formed one. re- Survivors include his wife, by an enormous, under t- E 'iJil "wasn't Sadie; one daughter, Mrs. Jean 9rouna serpent moving no . Maxymow of Beckiey; two , ! amotiov sons, Jackand Jerry, both of : I 2// ' iii,! xd not dc Meadow Bridge; two sisters,  . rs fron Bridge and mrs. Ads Coffman nded th of Parkersburg; one brother, Juanita Tickle. ad votec Charles of Staunton, Va.; five Vickie Gill" ct a fe grandchildren and one great- Tom Fltzsimmons Over tara wm grandchild. Bill Lowry in favor Robin MazzeUa PARKER Roberta Wheeler e're no Services for Mr. William H. R!ta Bennett cf_  ,  | I I:  !' i Oe--Cox Simmonl Tuesday in the Ronald Mead- Lee Ann Johnson Simmons ows Funeral Parlors in Hinton Judy Gore with Dr. Clyde Hensley offic- Taicott High School want this {to be all doesn't impress me." Camara again objected saying, "I don't think we need a lawyer, it's black and white." Hannah again advocated land with "no strings." Woodrum asked him,' 'Would it make any difference what county it was in?" Hannah then press, citing the coverage given when the Board was still trying From Page 1 to select a site. He said the press coverage ran the price up. Kessler asked why Burdette made no mention of these points when he asked, in an earlier letter, that the board make a motion stating that the field would not interfere with the vo-ag program. Someone. re- marked that Burdette "wasn't told to". Woodrum then made a motion to pursue the letter and not do anything until the Board had some definite answers from Burdette. Doyle seconded the motion, although he had voted to abandon the project a few minutes earlier. Camara was opposed and Simmons in favor. llannah abstained. Tassos said that "We're not going to solve this until we get an attorney up here." Simmons promptly agreed. added, "In as much as there's so much riding on this, I move fating. Burial will be in the SSh'i'yMB''g I Over Newstand Cost! I I I I : You Can Recieve A Full Year Of : I , . . im : The HINTON NEWS For Only $? : : s 24  State Tax. Subsrtbe : plu ,.] | By Mail Today! Sorry, This Offer i Only For New Subscr, bers, t See us I ____ ............ ----'| II- ........ " ........... - II we hire a lawyer." Woodrum seconded. Hannah was opposed while all other members, in- cluding Doylewerein favor. The hiring would be left up to Tassos, On Friday morning a press conference was called in the Superintendent's office. A large file was given to each member of the media containing copies of the State warrant in question and several letters giving back- ground information. The money to purchase the land was trans- ferred on April 15, 1971 and does not show any code indicating that it included Federal monies. Calls placed to the State Tax Department which audits scholl funds and listed the money in question in it's 1971 audit as State money, led only to the State Board of Education. A Call there led back to Burdette, although the Bureau of Finance is not part of his domain. The press conference also revealed that Davis had boasted that he could stall the athletic field for some time and that he had "already ordered 200 pound of corn." The Comprehensive Educa- tion Plan was described as a "camoflage" and the ramifi- cations of the State Boards actions were discussed. The press conference and the background file will be covered in Thursday's HINTON NEWS. Greenbrier Burial Park. Mr. Parker died at 8:10 a.m. Sunday in a Beckley hospital after a short illness. Born Nov. 15, 1904, in Hinton, he was a son of the late Will- iam and Nora Wiseman Par- ker. Mr. Parker had lived most of his life in Hlnton was a retired engineer for the Chesapeake and Ohio Railway Co., a member of the Hinton United Methodist Church and Masonic Lodge of Richmond, Vs. Survivors include his wife, Gleans Kessinger Parker; two brothers, Earl of Alderson and Vernon of Port Ritchie, Fla., and two sisters, Mrs. Irene Hannah of Hinton and Mrs. Hazel Hauger of Richmond, Va. Theodore Sembly Ronnie Ward Blankenship Basil Petrey Frankie Lively Janice Coughnour Graveside services for Mr. Jack Whittaker, 59, will be at 1 p.m. Tuesday in the Quesenb- ury Cemetery near Jumping Branch witht he Elder A.L. Nee|y officiating. Pallbearers will be J.C. Up- ton, Jim and Daniel Under- wood, Alvin Crook, Arnold Ben- nett, Arthur L. Young and Roby Barnett. Any contributiorm of sym- pathy should  made to the Summers County Cancer Soc- iety. Jewell Bragg Teresa Bragg Mrs. Howard Deaver T ammY Ratliff Charles Robinson Margaret Carter Melinda Williams Cathy Chitester Patricia Patrick Mrs. Bradherry Bernie Neal and Lois Smith ..Pictures you have order- ed printed at the Hinton Daily News are ready for pickup. Many of the photos are marked "no charge" or ,'paid." ..Many of the photos feat- ure cheerleaders, major- ettes, awards, class pic- tures, etc. and would be wonderful for memory al- bums. If you believe your photo is among these, you are urged to come down anl cheek, as most of the photos are at least one year old. Address I l at , r, .. ' sl i -7 I am enclosing $8.24 for a one year new subsc p- __  tion to the'itlNTON NEWS. Postal Regulations %% m ;' ' ' I require payment, in advance, t %  Ke er's "Women is Apparel t ' ..,,  212 Temple Street. ,,.. p.... _-.... __he... r 1 8.Hinton News T From p. 1 Board the waer sy .deqte" * ]ly  at Bdette's cm beea t the system was not edeqte, a w we w d be d.g T. a , ver r aLed a l the ew each- tory lll and the eltktr Grebxier ached Me m w.d*lsm t a ny omer 1 m the my Boa, meber Vr X V, auO,t to Ova aU m t" mati to the media and find out  hat's somg on sn County" WOOdr,m a Me *he *.s the atwr.ey t e outy hl aystem and was told that nma y the Prm- Ing at tardy handled their legal wor ah b the Brd bad  av at Tsttt and *od that the baebaU tted th d bedrock ug- sle hlmg me sd et ] do to tevelthe a"You Hanh aded that the *- tol presrm mlght need - ralston in the mt d w bu"di"g u ahow on me eom- prmve ptan for fut ue. Ca Center ite w nnay put to a ete m mh a Doyle voting in faer a.d D. cara a.d WOodm voU.g agait abando#mt. Shies hvm*,eedetbrkt tie, S amens voted asait and aea that ,,w sv0,t )os ek ore. rm .or the d tl Jum backs out". Wa. the .td that e oard she,d toP the proect He ndated ,'getting file i ttoy we c. tram sm Coutr o ve thm," woedrum, a r mem- purchased. i "We .ev m I td mL to be  va  rght" In ,n app-em rer- ea to C Cter Director Oe Dav+, Woodm. adad. 'e raet that some ppl t ths aa be all ag) doem'l mpre me." Caman m objt to a laW y ng, ,, floo't tink we neet a igvryrr, t's bleak and wbRe." Hann,h agam adwatedtapd wBh "no +tdn" wrum aeed hm++'Wou]d t make ay Hannah Lhen attaeked the From p. 1 Area Briefs sfiteh and Chatter C]uh wm mt Friday. May 1] at m. at me oeol M H+C. porter o 6rnr Ve. M P+ saber n be t ht The Ilegr or Honor mt tsday May 10 at 2 pm in the City Building for their rsgular mttr 2 brys wt a gea to he nt Home scae Squed rmelly ham a home. wrren meH.gh Meh +a, on a ease arrangement throufh the Cvernor's Omee MHug d. now fire sLmon m be baill On a piece of land alg .te 2o betw, mutee Vm d th B+IIlnt Bde, meHugh also anoee that the flepartment wil ree $1500 Item the Raleigh CO y commingle, far f protuo se e to te me ar which tn in Raleigh Coty but sed by the VFD Reading Week pros, e6ng the vera gw wh the B,td was sun t*mg e I ;+,.t++.m..,t,,r, From Pag rage ra the p up K asked *by mo Obituaries m ade no ntien of these Pcintt when be aed,  an rl n of th* late 6ge and er, thm be bod mke a ttn,e sckl w tlon slating that the field }'r Gwnn w a tired Some pple o bdied would not mterr wire me ter and [ar, th. moonin  furm vag program. Someone  Sm'vlv include his wife, by an anormoul under- marred that Bdetle "wasnL e;edaullt Mrs. Jn g rourdlerpntmovinRaBJt. teldto" maxm o Vecktey; two WvedrmthenmadeamVtl ns Jaek and Jerry, bothol topeth elettandtd Mw Bridge: t sisters, anything til the Board had Mrs Sn M el Mdow me dto ans from ' i. . Collma Burdette. Doyle nded the r. o e broths, juanlta 'Ilekle me vn aktk,   +ec to, va.; ie vk' am to .Mdon the ojt a i and o +rear+ Tom FlUslmmo, m nt rher. Camara w Bitl Loy opra an Slmmom in fa,or eb. .lns R.bert we+ler Hannah abstained pABKR TaS td that "we' not vk   WBlim 14. Rim Senn going  Ne this til we get parer 74. will be at 1:30 p.m, Geneva Cog a attey up here." St,m TtOy m me Inald r,td L AU. Jobn pmFly agreed, s o IP varo  triton Ju oere aed, "In am muh a. me's wt Dr. Clyde aemm c. aleou inch se much rng on ms, I move  surisl w be in th s.,. o we hi a lawy." woodrm Greenbrl  Burial Pk. Shirley Bragg sondM a.wa p parlr 0dt S:10 am Tha Smm elng ylm favor 1'n aver a ,or m, Blaneasmp hg d be Idt up to  tl. s, t,tn portion, Ba,n Petty T. he w B o[ t late wm- Frankle Lively on rr, d'  a p iam d lor w par- cn was ]e tn the k aance cg. supentedr n. A mrge .. park d v( m of t+le w gven to eh mr ht e in  w a r all Brag ul the meaka tMr   l  c*apte "r g u+esmewanantlnqUm" and ohio xwy c., a Mr,,newaVawr a several i gtvtag t.ck- mbr el me Binto untte Tam--y tmf gmundtnfat*'.The Meel,octC'cand Maeontc Cr aob to pcM t land w tra- Lo ot mchmoad, re. mag. cml,+ sb y code indcang Ke pke+" two that t luded er aL memo. t, rl el AMerson aoa cathy cmser eae(a va.lek Calls pla l0 the state Tax v of Port mte, via., tara. Br+, m, and lste the mey In  o ttt and . .--. t m rs il audit ns melaugemcBd, va .a Lol, sb ee money, led o)y to me mate erd of mucau. A Omvmde v l tr, ' c+d thereedbaoktoB.ette, jsckWuaker,,wtabeatt ameughthem-eu[Fi p,m Tuesday In the e- is not part  ia .  ceete t apt pros coenee a h mt   A.L r evealed that Davis had bmed my sttr.)t, h he d tm] me a p  be J.C. P teldmett=ear a t0.+ Jtm an vamel Uvde- e Compnmv.e mauca+ g.. aetto  ' ty. 'r m'es leo d te in ytl mNTO NWS. ansew Commissioned Adem R anse. son o m Bt. x mda Brse. w va, has been eammmoned a sAe  #nd lieutenant in the US r moved to Htnton tn t97 alter Farce upon graduaUon from living t Blair and Spring Dale. O((eer Training Sehl at Lack" Surve elude hs wle, and AV TeS sesame jdmson B; fo LieutenanlHaoshe,ee ed w Bobb o and Reord, Jr,, th'o Plymouth, meh., David ofDetroit, Mteh. and Dexter af now gs to Ft Lee Air Far Jptng Bh;  fiml;t ce matnn Va, for trai.Jng and e, Mrs. CeeceIm c of duty  a compul systems BlairT MI. 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