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NOGALES INTERNATIONAL— Nogales' Home Newspaper— NOGALES, ARIZ., FRIDAY, NOV. 23,1945
OFFICIAL PROCEEDINGS
OF THE
Santa Cruz County Board Os Supervisors
Office of the Board of Supervisors.
Nogales, Arizona. October Ist., 1945.
The Board met in accordance with law. Present: R.T. Frazier, Jr.,
Chairman; Louis Escalada and A.B. Sorrells, members; Wm. G. Simon
ton, Clerk.
The minutes of the previous meetings read and approved as read and
ordered filed.
Mr. N.L. Houston appeared before the Board in regard to his assess
ment and after considering the matter the Board passed the following
motion:
UPON MOTION of A.B. Sorrells seconded by L. Escalada and car
ried the Treasurer is instructed to reduce the assessment on cattle from
275 head to 200 head, and horses from 12 head to 2 head. Making a re
duction of $1850.00 on thepersonal property assessment of N.L. Houston
Estate.
This being the day to check the Treasurer’s office the* Board pro-i
ceeded to do so and found as follows:
Balance $85,734.54; Receipts $4,100.51, Total $89,835.05, Disbursements
$2,262.51, Balance on hand $87,572.54.
Cash Reconcilement: First National Bank $84,424.58
Cash Drawer: Checks $579.93’, Currency $1,888.00
Coin: Ones SB.OO, Dimes 90c, Nlckles $1.55, Pennies $2.38,
Demands $667.20, Total Funds $87,572.54.
The monthly reports were received from the Sheriff, Assessor, Treas
urer, Recorder, Clerk of the Superior Court and the Justices of the Peace
The following claims and demands were received, audited, allowed
and ordered paid out of the various county funds:
Wt. 452, Clerk Bd. of Supv’s $25.72; Wt. 233, Francisco Pina $18.00;
Wt. 234, David Perkins, $25.00; Wt. 235, Jim Whim, $20.00; Wt. 456, Na
sib Karam, $10.00; Wt. 236, Ramon Lopez, $10.00; Wt.'457, R.T. Frazier,
Jr., $35.00; Wt. 237, Bernardo Valenzuela, $40.00; Wt. 468, Gordon Farley
$300.00; Wt. 238, Val Nuttall, $40.00; Wt. 239, Manuel Caballero, $85.00;
Wt. 240, Evaristo Gomez, $85.00; Wt. 459, Wm. G. Simonton, $25.00; Wt.
460, Gus Provas, $31.25; Wt. 241, Gus Amado, $30.00; Wt. 242, Jack Tur
ner, $85.00; Wt. 243, Dave Gordon, $85.00; Wt. 244, Raul C. Amado,
$25.00; Wt. 245, Rafael Amado, $10.00; Wt. 246, Chas J. Mapes, $40.00:
Wt. 247, Rosamel De La Ossa, $5.00; Wt. 248, Luis Castillo. $15.00;
Wt. 461, Yeager & Reid, $2395.36; Wt. 249, Carlos Valenzuela, $35.00; Wt.
250, Harvey D. Riggs, $88.80; Wt. 462, Nasib Karam, $100.00; Wt. 465,
Jesus Partida, $50.00; Wt. 464, James Goodman, Jr., $50.00; Wt. 465, M.
C. GraVes, $32.00; Wt. 466, G.H. Dorothy, $100.00; Wt. 251, Manuel C.
Caballero, $85.00; Wt. 252, Evaristo Gomez, $85.00; Wt. 467, Mary Stella
Rosenberg, $25.00; Wt. 253, Luis Castillo, $25.00; Wt. 254, Jack Turner,
$85.00; Wt. 468, Gus Provas, $31.25.
Wt. 255, Dave Gordon, $85.00; Wt. 3, Victor J l . Wager Jr., $4.7.80; Wt.
469, C. Mignardot, Treas., $667.20; Wt. 470 # Jean E. Reid, $40.00; Wt. 471,
Mrs. Cora Everhart, $22.07; Wt. 472, G. H. Dorothy, $75.00; Wt. 473, Mrs.
May Allen, $60.00; Wt. 474, Clerk of Superior Ct., $4.44; Wt. 475,
County Recorder, $6.50; Wt. 476, J.J. Lowe, Sheriff, $30.15; Wt. 476, J.J.
Lowe, Sheriff, $113.31; Wt. 477, Triangle Case, $378.00; Wt. 478, Joe Pe
ters, $20.00; Wt. 479, Chas G. Boice, $138.00; Wt. 480 Escalada Bros.,
$1.74; Wt. 480, Escalada Bros, $32.85; Wt. 481, Inez M, Harris, $98.85;
Wt. 482. V.R. Davenport, $15.50; Wt. 514, N.D. Pomeroy, $20.00; Wt. 514
N.D. Pomeroy, $18.58.
““Wt. 484, Shamrock Case, $144.05; Wt. 485. Border Case, $63.88; Wt.
486, Montezuma Hotel, $176.05; Wt. 487, Nogales Plumbing & Electric
Company, $2.45; Wt. 489, Robinson’s Hardware Store, $7.30; Wt. 490, No
gales International, $248.80; Wt. 491, Mt. States Tel. & Tel Co., $96.80;
Wt. 492, Citizens Utlities Co., $47.98; Wt. 493 Nogales Transfer C 0.,.
$18.54; Wt. 494, Bower Company, $69.39; Wt. 495, Betty Jean Bowman,
$15.00; Wt. 496 East Side Garage, $10.00; Wt. 497, Patagonia Ice & Light
C«., $3.00; Wt. 498, Vic Wager Agency, $6.90; Wt. 490, ,Dr. James H.
Bryant, $78.00; Wt. 500, Dr. M.I. Merritt, $75.00.
Wt. 501, Dr. G.L. Harker, $5.00; Wt. 501, Dr. G.L. Harker, $75.00;
Wt. 502, Dr. E.C Houle, $97.50; Wt. 503 Dr. Chas S. Smith, $75.00; Wt.
504, Dr. J.S. Gonzalez, $204.50; Wt 505, Madeline Van Hulse, $32.00; Wt.
509, Maria T. Valenzuela, $45.00; Wt. 5*07, Elfie'Mead, $75.00; Wt. 507,
Elfie Mead, $75.00; Wt. 508 Thomas J. Murray, $25.00; Wt. 509, St. Jo
seph’s Hospital, $1189.00; Wt. 256, Foxworth Killen Lmb. Co., $40.14; Wt.
257, Richfield Oil Co., $30.38; Wt. 258, Patagonia Ice%s Light £o. $86.65;
Wt. 258 Martin Wilson, $5.00; Wt. 259, East Side Garage $16.06; Wt. 260,
Buckhorn Tavern & Inv., Co. $167.83; Wt. 261, Hugh S. White, $30,00;
Wt. 510, City of Nogales, $136.10; Wt. 262 Chas G. Boice Oil Agency,
$28.80; Wt. 511, Phoenix Blue Print Co., $4.50; Wt. 680, D.S. Withholding
Tax. Fd. $249.90; Wt. 263, ÜB. Withholding Tax Fd., $44.81.
The following names appeared on the payroll for the month of Sep
tember, were audited, allowed and ordered paid out of the Salary Fund.
Wts. €O4-639, Gordon Farley, Judge Superior Ct., $166.66; Wt. 605, V.
R. Davenport, $80.00; Wts. 606-641 Bessie Parker, Probation Officer,
$100.00; Wts. 607-642, Dorthy Titcomb, Clerk of Superior Ct., $150.00;
Wts. 608-643, Hazel Wise. Deputy Clerk, $137.50; wts. 609-644 Arturo G.
Valenzuela, Court Interpreter, $137.50; Wts. 610-645, Russo Espinosa,
County Atty., $175.00; Wt. 611, Estella Retes, $68.75; Wt. 679, Leonor
Munguia, Clerk County Atty. $68.75; Wts. 612-647, C. Mignardot, Treas,,
$175.00; Wts. 613-648, Agnes G. Hamlin, Deputy Treas., $150.00; Wts.
614-649, R.H. Fleischer, Assessor, $175.00; Wts. 615-650 Mrs. Ruth Simon
ton, Deputy Assessor, $137.50; Wts. 616-651, Mary Bettwy, Recorder,
$175.00; Wts. 617-652 Ada E. Jones, Deputy Recorder, $137.50; Wts. 618-
652, R.T. Frazier Jr., Chairman Supv’s., $108.32; Wts. 619-654, Louis Es
calada, Member Supv’s. $91.66; Wts. 620-655, A.B. Sorrells, Member
Supv’s., $91.66; Wts. 621-656, Wm. G. Simonton Clerk Bd. of Supv’s
$200.00; Wts. 622-657, Estella Holler, Extra Clerk Bd. of Supv’s $137.50;
Wts. 623-658, J.J. Lowe, Sheriff, $275.00; Wts. 624-659 Joe Peters, Dep
uty Sheriff, $175.00.
Wts. 625-660. Wm. J. Loft us, Deputy Sheriff. $175.00; Wts. 626-661
Rlain Lewis, Deputy Sheriff, $150.00; Wts. 627-662, Jaime C. Teyechea.
Deputy Sheriff, $150.00; Wts. €2B-663, Carlos Jury. Deputy Sheriff.
$150.00; Wts. 629-664, Ehriqueta Borland. Jail Matron, $55.00; Wts. 631-
665, Carolina Montoya, County Nurse, $115.00; Wts. 631-666, Mrs. Ccrr
Everhart, County School Supt., $175.00; Wts. 632-667, Teachers Retire
ment Fd.) Wts. 633-668, Dorthy Hopkins. Clerk Co. Sch. Fupt , f >S7.:C
Wts. 634-669, Benj. Telechea, Janitor, $160.00; Wts. 635-670, Chas. F
Hardy, J. of P. No. 1, $165.00; Wts. €36-672 Oliver J. Rothrock, J. of F
No. 2, $50.00; Wts. 637-673, Pat J. Sheehy, J. of P. No. 3. $25.00; Wt<?
638-674, T.E. Burke, Constable No. 1, $20.00; Wt. 675, Elam Lewis, Con
stable No. 2, $5.00; Wt. 676. E.S. Edmonson, Supt. 1.0. R., $83.3?; Wt. 6 7 '
Walter Noon, Health Officer. $75.00; Wt. 678, Jean E. Reid. Nurse Sani
tary Dept., $45.00.
Upon Motion duly made seconded and carried the Treasurer is in
structed to transfer from the General Fund to the Salary Fund the sum
of $4,849.13 and to transfer from the General Fund to the Expense Fund
the sum of $8,340.51.
The Board recessed to meet on October 2nd., 1945.
ATTEST
WM. G. SIMONTON R.T. FRAZIER, Jr.
Clerk Chairman
Office of the Board of Supervisors,
Nogales, Arizona, October 2nd, 1945
The Board met pursuant to recessed meeting of October Ist, 1945.
Present: R.T. Frazier, Jr., Chairman; Louis Escalada and A.B. Sorrells,
members; Wm. G. Simonton, Clerk.
The following bids were received: Maria V. de Moore for Lots 14 and
15, Block 1, Smelter Tract; Elliott D. Saunders for Lot 12, Block B.
LORRAINE KARAM ELECTED
*45 FOOTBALL SWEETHEART
Lorraine Karam, N.HJS. freshman,
was elected as the 1945 “Football
Sweetheart” by the members of the
football team. Chosen for looks,
personality, and qualities in backing
the team, the choice was well made,
for in addition to her other quali
ties, Lorraine is the leading drum
majorette and has performed at all
the home games and at Amphithe
atre.
The official announcement and
coronation of the football team’s
Sweetheart was at the G.A.A. dance
Judge Thomas In
Hospital With
Injured Shoulder
Judge Frank E. Thomas, well
known in Nogales, is in the Copper
Queen hospital at Bisbee undergoing
treatment for a serious fracture of
the right shoulder which he suffer
ed when he was thrown from his
horse on a hunting trip in the
mountains near Ft. Grant Friday
morning.
For three days and nights Thomas
endured great pain from the injury
believing that he had received only
a bad bruise. His fellow hunters
administered hot applications as
the only treatment available until
he was brought to the hospital.
Thomas said that he was unable
to eat or sleep during their stay in
the camp and that every time he
took a step it pained him very much.
He walked two miles to the truck
that had carried them up the
mountain when they were ready to
return. The ride of from 12 to 15
miles down the rocky road was a
terrible experience, he said.
Accompanying him on the trip
were Sam T. Hill of Nogales, Jack
Wilson and Henry Howe, both of
Ft. Grant, and Hinson Thomas,
Thomas’ brother who is visiting him
from Los Angeles.
HERE FOR BANQUET
Fred Valenzuela, Sasabe; Mr. and
Mrs. C. O. Best, Lochiel; Michael
Behan and Hans Echols, Naco, were
here Monday night for the customs
banquet at the Cavern given in
honor of Alfred J. Taylor, who left
Tuesday for his new post at El Paso.
Mountain View Subdivision; A.C. Reid for Lots 17-18 and 23 of the Cum
ming Subdivision; Mrs. Marie Hudgin for Lots C. F. and J. sub. of Lot 8.
Block 7, City of Nogales; C.W. Burkett for Lots 31-32 in Block N. and
Lots 3 and 4 in Block O. Patagonia, Arizona; Emma B. Shields for part
of Lot 73, Beck Sub. and Lot 76, Beck Subdivision; E. K. Cumming for
Lots 1-2-3-4 and 5, Block K. Noon Addition, Lots 3-4-5-6-7-8-9-10
11 and 12, Block D, Spargur Heights and Lots 1 and 4, Block B. Sparaur
Heights; Walter Holm for Lots 10 to 19 inclusive, Block A, Lots 1 and 4,
Block B all Block C except Lots 1 to 5 inclusive, all Block D except Lots
1-2 and 13, all Block E, all in Spargur Heights, and all Block V. Smelter
Tract; Mrs. E.A. Hattenbach, for Lots 204 and 205, Western Subdivision.
The bid of Mrs. Marie V. de Moore. Elliott D. Saunders, A.C. Reid,
and Mrs. Marie Hudgin were accepted. The rest of the above bids were
rejected.
The exemptions of the following persons were allowed: Anna H. For
tune, Carmen S. Olivas, Guadalupe R. Odom and Laura L. Valenzuela,
for the year 1945, and George G. Smith for the years 1943. 1944 and 1945.
Mrs. Eva Henderson appeared before the Board in regard to mining
claim assessment. The Assessor was instructed to male whatever changes
are necessary in her assessment.
Upon Motion of Louis Escalada seconded by A.B. Sorrells and car
ried the Treasurer is instructed to remove the interest, fees or penalties
for the years 1943 and 1944, on account of an erronious exemption allow
ed Fred M. Allen on Lots 126 and 127, Western Subdivision.
Upon Motion of Louis Escalada seconded by A.B. Sorrells and car
ried the Treasurer is instructed ‘to remove the personal property assess
ment of SIOO.OO from the assessment on Lot 4, Block 1, North Morley Ave
Addition, belonging to Herold and Alice Payne. It being a double assess
ment.
The Board extended the present rent of $150.00 per month on the
Airport for one year from November Ist, 1945 to October 31st, 1946.
The Board approved the appointment by the Judge of the Superior
Court in and for the County of Santa Cruz, Arizona of N.D. Pomeroy as
Court Reporter.
The Board of Supervisors approved the increase in the General
School Reserve Fund of Santa Cruz County, Arizona, providing it is
within the law.
The Board instructed the County Attorney to drawfa lease for one
year in favor of Geo. W. Molo, for a parcel of ground 200 ft. by 235 ft.,
adjoining Lot 7, Blocklls of the Northern Addition on the westerly side
of said lot.
The County Attorney was instructed to draw a new lease for two
years from April 6th, 1944 to April sth, 1946, in favor of R.G. Michelena,
for a part of Blk. 115 ofthe Northern Addition.
There being no further business to come before the Board at this
tin e they recessed to meet on October 15th, 1945.
ATTEST
WM. G. SIMONTON R.T. FRAZIER, Jr.
Clerk Chairman
Office c f the Bnar't of Supervisors.
Nogales, Arizona, October 15th, 1945
The Board met pursuant to the recessed meet ! ng of October 2nd.
1945. Present: R.T. Frazier, Jr., Chairman; Louis Escalada and A.B. Sor
ells, member*-• Wm. O. Simonton, C : erk.
Upon Motion of L. Escalada seconded by A.B. Sorrells and carried the
Treasurer is instructed to reduce the assessment on personal property
from $3350.00 to SIOOO.OO on the property of Doris Oesting for the year
1945, or recount of a clerical error.
The exemption of Harry J. Brunswicker was allowed for the years
1943. 1944 and 1945, and the widows exemptions of Julia A. Ten Brook.
Manuela A. Enciso and Grace R. Lowe for 1945
The notary bond of Norman D. Pomeroy was approved October 15th.
1945.
Upon Motion of L. Escalada second by A.B. Sorrells and carried, the
Treasurer is instructed to remove from the assessment of Abram Maury
the improvements on Lot 3, Sub of Lot 44 of Block 108, in the amount of
$700.00 and on Lot 4, Sub. of Lot 44. Block 108 in the amount of $210.00.
on account of an erronious assessment for the year 1944, as there were
no improvements on the lots.
There being no further business to come before the Eoard at this
time they adjourned to meet on Nov. sth, 1945.
ATTEST
WM. G. SIMONTON R.T. FRAZIER, Jr.
Clerk Chairman
,on November 16. Lorraine was
i crowned on a white throne placed
i in the center of the gym stage. A
grand march was then led by Lor
; raine and Co-captain, Lee White,
and Emma Ochoa, GAA. president,
and Co-captain, Herman Rivas.
The football sweetheart will be
. guest of honor at the G.A.A. ban
quet and the annual football ban
quet.
(N.H.S. Apache Warcry)
Arizona Lions
Grow Scarcer
PHOENIX, Nov. 22—Mountain
lions are scarcer in Arizona than
they have been since the U.S. Fish
and Wildlife Service, or its prede
cessor agencies, sent the first gov
ernment hunters into this State.
But Everett Mercer, Arizona direc
tor for the service, says that “ol’
man. catamount” still is a long way
from exterminated.
Although there were 21 predatory
animal hunting expeditions in the
field through the third quarter of
1945, and several were concentrating
on lions, only four of the big cats
were killed. Bears are far more de
structive to livestock and killed 66
sheep in that quarter. But bruin
may also be on his way out because
he is no longer protected as a game
animal.
Mercer thinks that coyotes are
slightly less numerous than they
were a year ago, but they still are
far too plentiful. His hunters ac
counted for 629 of them in July,
August and September. They also
destroyed 25 foxes for a grand total
of 727 predators.
Tourist Traffic
Up Sixty-One
Percent At Dam
LAS VEGAS, Nev., Nov. 22-
Tourist traffic flowing across Boul
der Dam increased 61.42 per cent
over 1944 for the fiscal year of 1945
with a total of 129,318 cars checked
into the area’s stations, the Nation
al Park Service reported.
SACRED HEART CHURCH
Masses, Sundays, at 6,7, 8:30 and
10.
Rosary 7:30 p.m.
Week day masses at fl, 7 and 8.
FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH
Sunday Bible School, for all ages,
9:45 a.m.
Morning Worship Service, 11 a.m.
Young People’s Meeting, 1 p.m.
Special program for all ages.
THE UNITED CHURCHES
FELLOWSHIP
(Congregational-Methodist)
Church school, 9:45. Mrs. George
B. Parks, superintendent. Primary
Department meets the same hour
with Mrs. Lon Bellman, superinten
dent.
Morning worship at 11 o’clock.
Theme, “Getting Beside Ourselves.”
There will be special music by the
choir under the direction of Mr.
Russell A. Smith.
You are cordially invited to hear
this factual and interesting address.
It will give you something to think
about and possibly put into action.
All not attending elsewhere are cor
dially invited. Stangers made wel
come.
O. A. SMITH, D.D., Minister.
ST. ANDREW’S EPISCOPAL
CHURCH
Sunday Services
8:00 a.m.j-Holy Communion.
9:45 a.m.—Church School and
Bible Class.
11:00 a.m.—Morning Prayer and
Sermon. Subject: “Let Us Rise Up
land Build.”
Thursday, Nov. 29 at Parish Hall:
W.A.-Guild hostesses to United Fel
lowship and Baptist groups.
Friday, Nov. 30: St. Andrew’s
Day, Holy Communion at 7:30 P.M.
Presentation of United Thank Of
fering.'
A hearty welcome to all services.
REV. J. ATKINSON, Vicar.
H. Griffin At
Meeting In East
Horace Griffin of Mesa, former
Rotary district governor in Arizona,
was here Monda yand left yesterday
for Washington to attend a meeting
of the aims and objects committee
of Rotary International.
LEGAL NOTICE
IN THE SUPERIOR COURT OF
THE STATE OF ARIZONA
IN AND FOR THE COUNTY
OF SANTA CRUZ
BACA FLOAT RANCH, INC.,
a Corporation,
Plaintiff,
—vs —
FRANK SCHOBLE and JANE
DOE SCHOBLE, his wife on
January 24, 1927; JOSEPHINE
C. SCHOBLE; FRANK SCHO
BLE & COMPANY, a corpora
tion; JENNIE N. BOULDIN and
JAMES EL ‘ BOULDIN, "Wife and
husband; HELEN BOULDIN
BRANSFORD and WALLACE a
BRANSFORD, wife and hus
band; and if any of said defen
dants be deceased, then the un
known heirs of such deceased
defendant or defendants; C.
MIGNARDOT, as Treasurer and
Ex-officio Tax Collector of
Santa Cruz County, Arizona;
SANTA CRUZ COUNTY, a
body politic and corporate; and
STATE OF ARIZONA,
Defendants.
No. 3739
SUMMONS
THE STATE OF ARIZONA to
the above named defendants,
FRANK SCHOBLE and JANE DOE
SCHOBLE. his wife on January 24,
1927; JOSEPHINE C. SCHOBLE;
FRANK SCHOBLE & COMPANY,
a corporation; JENNIE N. BOUL
DIN and JAMES E. BOULDIN, wife
and husband; HELEN BOULDIN
BRANSFORD and WALLACE S.
BRANSFORD, wife and husband;
and if any of said defendants be
deceased, then the unknown heirs
of such deceased defendant or de
fendants; C. MIGNARDOT, as
Treasurer and Ex-officio Tax Col
lector of Santa Cruz County, Ari
zona; SANTA CRUZ COUNTY, a
body politic and corporate; and,
STATE OF ARIZONA,
YOU ARE HEREBY SUMMONED j
and required to appear and defend
in the above entitled action in the
above entitled Court, within TWEN
TY DAYS, exclusive of the day of
service, after service of this sum
mons upon you if served within the
State of Arizona. or*within THIRTY
DAYS, exclusive of the day of ser
vice if served without the State of
Arizona, and you are hereby notified
that in case you fail so to do, judg
ment by default will be rendered
against you for the relief demand
ed in the complaint.
The name and address of plain
tiff’s attorney is James V. Robins,
212 Trust Building, Nogales. Arizona.
GIVEN under my hand and the
seal of the Superior Court of the
State of Arizona in and for the
County of Santa Cruz, this 21st day
of November, 1945.
DOROTHY TITCOMB,
Clerk
(SEAL)
(Pub. Nov. 23, 30, Dec. 7, 14, 1945)
Early Mailing
Os Christmas
Parcels Urged
The early mailing of Christmas
greetings and gift parcels is impera
tive due to the shortage of trained
employes throughout the service,
the postoffice department has in
formed Mrs. Eva Wheeler, postmas- I
ter of Nogales.
Mailings for distant states should
be deposited well in advance of Dec.
10, and greeting cards for local de- j
livery should be mailed not later j
than Dec. 15 to assure delivery be- !
fore Christmas Day.
All gift parcels may bear the no
tice “Do Not Open Until Christmas.”
Each package, as well as all letters
and Christmas cards, should bear
the postoffice zone number in the
address. The postal delivery zone
system has been established in all
principal cities.
Large advertisers are requested to
withhold heavy mailings of cata
logues, calendars and such material
during December. Calendars should
be mailed sufficiently in advance of
Dec. 1 to permit delivery befqre that
date. This does not apply to current i
advertising pertaining to advertising i
sales.
Public utilities and large business
concerns are asked by the depart- i
ment to cooperate.
Christmas cards and gift parcels i
for men overseas or at sea should
be mailed at once in order that they
may arrive at their destination by
Christmas.
o
Raoul Eames and Jeff Jones left
Friday on a trip to San Diego and
Los Angeles. Eames plans to locate j
in southern California.
From where I sit Joe .Marsh
Our town
has heroes, too
Over at Thistle Ridge they’re
always boasting about their lo
cal heroes-ancestors in the Rev
olutionary War, congressmen,
and an artist with pictures in the
Metropolitan Museum.
Well, we’ve got our local he
roes, t 00...
There was old Doc Turner,
who fought for years against the
intolerance and bigotry that
kept children from being vacci
nated in our county.
And Deacon Follensby, who
fought for free pews in the
churches; Jess Hackney, who
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est history in schools; Wedd
Towers, who fought the en
croachment of Prohibition in
our county and persuaded folks
they wanted tolerance and mod
eration in place of a return to
lawlessness.
You won’t find monuments to
these folks. But from where I
sit, they’re heroes in a cause
that’s pretty sacred in our town:
the cause of freedom, tolerance*
and human dignity.
/ Qoc

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