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The Cooleemee journal. (Cooleemee, N.C.) 1908-1971, May 13, 1970, Image 1

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64th Year No. 19 Br mm FLAKE HF CHARLES CHURCH Support Incorporation The Cooleemee Jaycees have announced that the club voted 100 per cent in favor of sup porting the incorporation of Cooleemee at their regular meeting Thursday night. A spokesman for the local club said their reason for supporting the incorporation was because the number one goal of the Jaycees is "com munity development." He further commented that the club felt that all people concerned should give tnii major decision a great deal of consideration because the entire future of the town is at stake. Members of the Cooleemee lions Club also discussed the incorporation of the town at their Monday night meeting. They voted unanimously In favor of supporting the in corporation at this time. Lions, Legion Installing Street Markers The Cooleemee Lions Club and the Cooleemee American Legion Post 54 are jointly in stalling new street markers on all streets that are within the proposed temporary bound aries of the town. The signs were purchased by the two clubs last fall and re ceived early this year. Volun teers from the organizations began putting them up this week. WL V j v |HP DENNY CKEASON 1 mmr" iff# \ it w WARDBETZER w*gf* *" 1.. W* 3 fl 111 f >& J/ IjHjra' m ■fl |Hf PPV VMjitt I |F|| UM UJ LcglMMilrM laatoll MV itrNt Markers la Ike pnpnal city Hiwltt ef CMICCHM. Tke werkers aad sapervlsert skewa are, toft to right. Haydn Beck, Mke Walker, Ward Steer, Craig Saead, E. C. Tatoai, Jr., Veraea Stoat, Deaay Creasea, aad Bek Hoyle COOLEEMEE, NORTH CAROLINA Vtedmmdmf, May IS, IfTO ■F «-**> £ IHP 1 MURIEL GUDE Ip Jackie Morton Deadline May 21 Six For ! Six local citizens filed this week as candidates for the city council and will be voted on in the upcoming election on the possible incorporation of Cool eemee. Anyone living within the pro posed temporary boundaries is eligible to file as a candidate. Five people will be elected to serve as city councilmen if the upcoming election is in favor of incorporation. The town council will appoint one of the five elected to the board, to serve as mayor of the town. At this time those filing are Denny Creason, Charles Church, Mrs. Muriel Gude, Flake Blackwood. Ward Setzer and Jackie Morton Hie deadline tor candidates to file is Thursday, May 21. Hie applications may be picked up from Dr. Ramey Kemp of Mocksville, chairman or the County Board of Elections, or from the Cooleemee Journal Of fice. The $5 filing fee and the appli cation must be turned into Dr. Kemp or Mrs. Kemp no later File Council than May 21. A new registration for all qualified voters will be held for the purpose of registering the names of the people who want to vote in this special election. Everyone must register in order to vote. The books will be open for registration at the Cooieemee School on Saturday, May 23, May 30, and June 6. Challenge day will be June 13. The books will be open each of these days from 9 a.m. until 5 p.m. The election will be held on June 20. jjl^ V«mon Stout Vernon Stout Elected legion District Head Vernon Stout of Edge wood Circle, Cooleemee was elected Commander of the American Legion District 19 on April 24, at the Harold B. Jarrett Post No. 342 in Salisbury. The 19th district includes Davie, Rowan, and Iredell counties with 20 posts and ap proximately 3400 members. Stout will be installed after the American Legion State Con vention in June. Mr. Stout served as com mander for the Cooleemee Post M for the past two years and as a District Adjutant for one year. He is a retired major with the U. S. Army is presently a Dis trict Adjutant for one year. He is a retired Major with the U. S. Army and is presently a County Coordinator with Yad kin Valley Economic Devel opment District Association. He ig married to the former Helen May berry and the father of three children. 12 P«fM lOCems

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