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RECORD man mat 1 Hm l Ess MBtsMc T. vet- VOL. 64 NO. 35 Local Citizen Confer With Governor About OS 25-70 I MfttSHALL, N. C 8 PAGES THIS WEEK THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 2, 1965 A citil 3 Mi , missi !a.f-iu Gow. Realises Need; Group Abo Visits Joseph Hunt, . Mf Chairman group of Madison County' last week conferred in aleig with Governor Dan K. core and State Highway Com- oner, Joseph M. Hunt, Jr., re- e to the relocation and re- tnrougn Madison County. The group included Joe R. Henderson, f Hot Springs; Frank Superintendent of the Burl- Plant at Hot SDrines: in H. Hull, Hot Springs Busi- Man; BUI Faylel of Burling- n important official in the Office of Burlington Indus- D. M. Bofimsoh, Manacer French Bread Electric Member- ration; E. Ponder, Madison County : Listen 07. Chairman of the Madi- Cooaty Democratic Executive ml Mm- arw4 A R ISk 2Aw Moorfe campaign manager in Madison County and a member of .V tB awe Dsmofcratic Ekecuti p found that Governor BL00DM0BILE TO BE HERE NEXT THIJ Mayer ineton swnr. a l.jimaBBaBsfl a . Wp. Oorpc Sheriff of B. Bam mm . An that the Am Blood mobile unit shall next Thun from 2 p. m. Bd Cross LBEE NAMED SfTPREN I -J w W c. JfaiT j ON RSDAY hasieen mean Red wlli visit Mia. unti ojnsiaji RLY LAKE TO NX E COURT made Cross Mar- September 8, 7 o'clock. pointed Out Dr. I Beverly Lake, who arena IOr DUbllr flChOnl Uffmt(nn ka. fore the V- S. Supreme Court has Become aa associate justice of the Morn Carolina Supreme Court. Lake, defeated in two suceesive bids for the governorship, waa named to the State Supreme court last week by Gov. Dan Moore to succeed Associate Jus- (Continued to Last Page) that people if the Marshall area owed 60 puts of blood and it is hoped that a large turnout will jiiit the' Woodmobar iwxt Thurs- aav. - m. ? . . . ' 'wn tft. Ait will be located French Broad Electric Alp Co-op Building eiin St. at wie ImT WW aaae ir.iiksii J "J .7.... . 9 TO PLAY SUNDAY ASHEVELE fully understood their pro blem and Wa, moot sympathetic. Governor Moore slated 'that High way 26-70 through Madiaon Coun 4y wma certainly one of the veryroa a coweins will worst major highways in the State? ?k d,Ura the1fft0Ur of North CeroW He further Wednesday, August 26. The to stated that this road certainly neeeHKjterlocated and rebuilt He also said that he would make every effort to help get this done. The Madison County group later in the day met with State High way Commission Chairman, Joseph M. Hunt, Jr., and conferred with him about this matter. Mr. Hunt expressed great sympathy, and. ke every effort to promised to rn P tune called for rl i from th Atlanti Both Raleigh Accident A 1965 model Buick Eleotra 226 Sedan, owned and operated by Lt. Governor Robert W7ott, Was damaged in a collision with a on truck improperly pulled in front of the Scott automobile. Joe R. Henderson. Mayor of Hot Springe; D. M. Robinson, Manager French Broad Electric Member ship Corporation; Listen B. Ram- sey, Chairman Madison County Democratic Executive Committee, and A. E. Leake, member of the State Democratic Executive Com mittee, were all passengers in -the Scott automobile at the t irrtnl'iifir . ... Hold it, baseball fans! BasebaH not over yet. i Madison Nine baseball team, winners Of the Buncombe County EH'ejh4mjaHnehip this season, will Ploy WjWMew team in an exhibition game Sunday afternoon a :W 010' at McCormkk Manager J. C Wallin anounced ttrheuttnsjo ttart Steve Davis, briiiiiSWW school rihtlifulder, on the mound. A large crowd is expected to witness the final baseball imfM the season for the eountxfljHK DDI?! IMIiy ADV HEARING HERE CeaeUsT 10c PER COPY UM A ) The preliminary hearing invol ving Kermit Cody, Jr., of Mar shall and Jimmy Dean Cutshaw, of Greeneville, Tenn., RFD 7. charged . with spontaneous racing in the accident which involved three cars on the Marshall By Pass Tuesday night of last week, waa continued until Saturday, September 11 at three oVlock in the courthouse here. Huey ruled continuance of the hearing due to one pf Oje chief witnesses, Sidney j "Butch" Woodard, atou being con fined to the hospital with injures received m toe wreck. The accident occurred about 7:30 p. m. near the Mars Hill inter section at Long Branch Road and injured three persons. The fourth car the Cutshaw car was not involved di'e4HHHKtjek in which one of the cars w afe two "by the impacts of the other two can. Wopd4reV the only person in jure to remain a patient in Memorial Mission Hospital. '4 ASC Comm. Now In Pr LABOR MY TO BE OBSERVED HERE ON MON. Stores, Agencies, Bmks And Courthouse To Be) All Day ttee oeress n w mmm r. .it.' i. i Elections MATT A usual, Marshairs stores as Wll a. tke eounty's various a genciee, the banks, courthouse, post office and others will be c'0"1Mond'y in rvanee of Labor Day.- V vr: A- V No plana for a celebration have wade but mssf jjfjijiine wBl a day off and perhaps go or jistt stair et MmM0 rest A few, however, will take wm ume to do some much-need the housefi. jMPay Patrol urges bee I on trip N. C. A. T. A. VicePrea. Governor Moore and Mr. Hunt spoke about the importance of the coming Bond Election in connection with getting needed highway funds. Both indicated that the passage of the Bond Re ferendum in Noyenjber would greatly expedite Highway Con struction such as that requested for Madison County. Tonight (Thursday) Hot Springs at Clyde Friday Night Marshall at Cranberry East Yancey at Mars Hill Wlvm wewk around jfl he crowdec I 1 0RDFRFD PflR 2 - - I Marsnal) and Walnut takkpS ELECTION PROCEDURE IS EXPLAP rarmers voting in the ASC community committee elections have received an envelope contain ing a ballot and two envelopes. The farmer should vote for not more than-five persons listed on the ballot and insert the bal lot into the blank envelope. The envelope eM4 . be inserted in the envelope addressed to the County ASOS Office. Be should sign the certification on the hattf of the envelope and drop it in the mail. Please remember that only one ballot can be placed in the re turn envelope since every voter If a eligible so vote, mm aimi ejejrtreme caution flHlln Separate envelopes. hfcji ' aw expected to EmM? .Tsohfauon, Chairmen of I (Continued To Last Page) Wars Mil CtJfege To Open Term text Week Officials Expect Some 1325 Students; New Teachers Sounty BelloU Muet B. Signed And Farmers within Madison Coun ty were issued ballots this week for voting in their ABC communi ty elections which are being con ducted during the first ten days of September. The elections are to choose ASC farmer-committee-men whe wlB serve for the next year as local administrators of national farm-action programs. According to Ralph Bamsey, County Office Mjssafu for the County Agricultural Stabilisation and Conservation Committee, these ASC comroitteiM 'Mm taajsM .. important program responsibili ties, which makes it all the more urgent that representative farm ers be elected to the job. Programs administered by the committeemen include the Agri cultural Conservation Program, acreage allotments, marketing quotas, the feed grain program, hnMuMMttaeitfat program, and the National Wool Program. Other dutie are assigned to the com mitteee by the Secretary of Agri culture as the need arises. Last year, 2900 farmers 90 percent of the total farmers in (Continued to Last Page) MRS. RUNNION IS OF Mars Hill Wildcats Are "! d In Conference Jack C. Cole Alar Hill College By Richard Morris Citizen-Times Sports Writer Will the fall of 1M6 be a retake of the all of '64 i n t h e Class A Appalachian Conference? All sigrtts indicate it will with de fending ehempion Mars Hill, Cran berry and Spruce Pine battling it out for the circuit football champ ionship. However a couple of the lesser lights of the past few years Marshall and Cane River appear ready to ipull a few surpri Mare Hill lost one of its beet players of all time when Charles Tolley graduated tide spring but Coach Bey Amnions feels that his veteran holdovers from last year plus some highly promising hoys up from the jayveee ought to give him another good season, good en ough to retain the crown. MASS HILL Gone from last year's champion ship team are seven starters, six of whom made the all conference team, but there was ample reserve strength last year returning this season and those boys are battling hard for starting positions. Practice opened with 40 candid ates for the team and a dozen more joined later. The squad is young but big over and th e spirit is a carry- f Tom last year are tackle Doyle Amnions, half back Eddie Castello, a real speed ster; guard Lloyd Griffin and end Mike DeBruhl. Ammons and Cast ello were all-conference In '64 and Masons To Meet Here Next Monday French Broad Masonic Lodge will meet on Monday, September 6, at 8:00 p. m., for a stated com munication. Officers and members are urgently requested to attend. JACK C. COLE ELECTED V-P OF N.C. A. T.ASSOC. I James H. Wells has been pro moted to ranger in the Pisgah Dis trict to succeed retiring Ted Seely, N. C. National Forests Supervisor Peter J. Hanlon announced Mon day Jack C. Cole, agricultural teach er in the Marshall school, was e lected vice-president of the North Carolina Agriculture Teachers As sociation at the recent convention. He will serve a two-year term where he will serve the mountain district, composed of 17 WNC counties. Mr. Cole has taught vocational agriculture at the Marshall school since 1969 where his students have won various local and state honors. He is also active in civic organi ( Continued to Last Page) have been ordered to remain clos ed until adequate water supplies have been provided and approval of the State Board of Health is T. G. Groom, assistant regional engineer for the State of North Carolina, Friday advised Dehnar Payne, Marshall waiter commis sioner, and Robert L. Edwards, Madison County school superin tendent, that conditions imposed earlier had not been met, and therefore the schoools would1 not last this week. Wells, who has been ranger on the French Broad District for two years, received the Bachelor of Sci ence degree from West Virginia University in 1966. After serving two years wth the U. S. Army, he joined the Forest Service and has since served in Idaho, Pennsylvan ia, Mississippi, Florida and North Carolina. Mr. Wells was also active in civic affairs and is a former president of the Hot Springs Lions Club. Wells is married to the former Miss Joan Milam of West Virginia. (Continued J Last Page) jfiastonia, is presiding. that' they are e mutely 1828 stu about the same Freshman orientation is set for Monday and Tuesday, registration will consume the remainder of the week and classee will begin Mon., Sept. 18. The dozen new teachers repre sent additions to the faculty as well as replacements for three persons who retired, one who died another who transferred to the ad ministrative staff, and others who resigned or took leaves of ah sence. In addition to these, two mem bers of the faculty who have been on leaves of absence will return to the classroom. They are Joseph Taylor, biology, and Mrs. Lou Therrell, education. This brings the total teaching staff to 83. Returning students will find a new chemistry lab on the fourth floor of the science buildinsr nad The term of superior court for several thousand dollars worth of the trial of civil cases which start- new equipment in other efjeufe ed here Monday remains in session labs. Two residences on the camp- ana will continue into next week, us have been renovated during the judge r. u. t roneberger, of f summer, one to provide anart- He wil assume his new duties M permitted to open Monday, a- long with other schools in the county. Groom had inspected the schools (Continued to Last Page) CIVIL TERM NOW IN PROGRESS NEW CLERK l(ttWfn - Gosnell, Chairma July. Mrs. Runnion has had vast experience in office routine and the board feels fortunate in ob taining her services. Miss Helen E. Hofanan, Clericel Audit Super visor, who has maintained the of fice since July, wiH work with i Mrs. Runnion until September 10. The local board office will be open Monday through Friday from 8:00 a. m. until 4:30 p. m. except on National Holidays. , Vi MARS HILL COLLEGE'S NEW STADIUM mm .iSLflsaasaaaaaajliF Pictured above is Mars Hill College's new stadium With a beautiful new turf, 3,500 permanent seats, a handsome new scoreboard and other facilities. TjtfjHIKnd turf will be used f or? the first time at home- ments for faculty members and the other to house several young men. Final touches are being put on a new football stadium which will be used for the first time and dedi cated on Oct 9, and the excavation (Continued to Last Page) FESCUE GRASS ROTATIONS ARE VERY VALUABLE For the past several years tall fescue crass in rotations have con. sistently improved the yields of I corn and the yields and qua tobacco. Madison farmers, e rating with their local so water conservation distrid finding that fescue grass in ions will keep the soil more during dry weather, reduce si r Vice-Prea. NCHPEA George B. Shupe SHUPE WXWa ' VICE-PRES. 0 NCHPE ASF George B. Shur elected vfce-pre A of the North j"1 and Prison F in a meeti JM Marion. T jLL 1 Burnsvil! . Unit Is Y Madic Dow ent' Ru HrerfL'tY Walnut ,i of TJnit Kiyhv Aiksociat trifcifiuwi coming on

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