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Spray, N. C., August 24, 1964
Citizens To Vote On
Bond Issue Tuesday
Registered voters of the Eden Metro-
P'^litan Sewerage District will vote
Uesday, August 25, on the proposal to
^sue up to $3,045,000 in bonds for the
^instruction of sewage treatment facili-
“es for the Tri-Cities.
The sewerage district is composed of
incorporated towns of Leaksville,
*Pray and Draper. A total of 1,776 resi-
^nts in the three municipalities regis-
®red for the special election,
j Voting places will be at the armory in
®aksville and at the town halls in
Pray and Draper. The polls will be
from 6:30 a. m. to 6:30 p. m.
The election will climax several years
^ Work on the part of local citizens to
out a sanitation program which
bring to a halt the dumping of
ornestic and industrial wastes into the
and Dan rivers.
earlier bond election in March saw
^ ® proposal defeated by only nine
At that time only 947 persons
The Tri-City area is the last munici-
area in the Roanoke River Basin to
^ider stream pollution abatement,
included in the plans of the Eden
®tropolitan Sewerage District Com-
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^or Community Fund
Harrin^on, president of
Tri-City Community Fund, has an-
^Uticed the appointment of 20 local
women to the fund’s budget
Q admissions committee, of which
Hall is chairman.
V., PPointees include J. Bransford Ed-
^ilson, R. R.
John Burks, C. P.
R. R. Roberts, Hugh Bundy, D.
g, , ^J'addock, Henry Anderson, Jack
j^^iVely^ Welsford Bishopric, White
Thomas Johnson, Robert Moore,
Jjl * Vaughn, John Grogan, William
G. D. Mabes, Mrs. Virginia Tiller,
3 Irma Hodges and Ebb Clute.
f. ® committee will review budget
a^.®sts of the various agencies seeking
*®sion to the fund, approve individ-
*^Sets and set the total to be raised
the dates for the annual fund drive,
lati director of industrial re-
at Fieldcrest Mills, Inc., is this
^ s fund drive chairman.
HERBERT J. MULLER RICHARD M. TIPTON CHARLES W. LIVELY
Cotton Purchasing Department Reorganized
The following additions enlarging and
strengthening the Cotton Purchasing or
ganization of Fieldcrest Mills, Inc., have
been announced by President Harold
Herbert J. Muller joined the company
August 1 as resident cotton buyer for
the Memphis territory with his office
in the Cotton Exchange Building, Front
Street, Memphis, Tenn.
Effective August 17, Richard M. Tip
ton joined the Fieldcrest Cotton Depart
ment at the General Offices in Spray as
assistant purchasing agent for cotton;
and Charles W. Lively joined our Cotton
Department as buyer and classer and
will be located at the Muscogee Mill.
Mr. Lively, in addition to receiving
and classing cotton for our Muscogee
Mill, will also purchase cotton on the
Georgia and Alabama market for Mus
cogee and other Fieldcrest operations.
It was announced that D. A. Young
will continue as commission buyer on
the Greenwood, Miss., market.
All of these men will report to Hurdle
H. Lea, Jr., director of raw materials
purchasing at the General Offices in
Mr. Whitcomb said Marvin Woolen,
who has acted in a consulting capacity
to our Cotton Department since last No
vember, will continue in that capacity
until November 1, 1964.
In commenting on the new appoint
ments, Mr. Whitcomb said: “These new
men have had excellent experience in
buying cotton in the various territories
and have also been associated with well-
known and highly-regarded firms in the
“It is my opinion that we now have a
strong cotton purchasing organization
which will make a substantial contri
bution to the company’s operation.”
Mr. Muller formerly was associated
with McSpadden & Company of Mem
phis. He began his career in the cotton
industry with Bland & Brooks in Mem
phis, in 1929. He next was with Manget
Bros, in Newman, Ga., and George H.
McFadden & Bro., in Memphis, as a
cotton classer and buyer.
He served three years in World War
II and after the war was a cotton buyer
with W. D. Felder & Co., Memphis, and
Crespi Cotton Co., in Dallas, Texas. He
was a buyer for McSpadden & Company
1956-1964. Mr. Muller is unmarried and
makes his home in Memphis.
Mr. Tipton received his education at
Gonzaga Prep, Washington, D. C. and
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Be Sure to Cast Your Ballot
in the Sewerage District
Bond Issue Election
Draper Town Hall
Spray Town Hall
6;30 a. m. to 6:30 p. m.