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Decatur Daily (Newspaper) - August 20, 1967, Decatur, AlabamaThe Decatur daily1. Sunday morning. August 20. 1967 to a to . I atom Simul forecast figure Shaw High top Rauf of expected per daytime sunday be tested a la Dawd Ltd a ii Humi Loo y a a. Weather forecast a scattered showers and thundershowers Are forecast for today from the Western mountains and deserts through the Sou them Plains and along the Gulf and Atlantic coasts. It will be cooler in the Northern and Central appalachians and parts of the Northwest and warmer from the Central Plains to the Southern lakes. A wire photo map a River weather Decatur skies sunday August 20 Sunset today. 7 31 . Sunrise tomorrow. 6 12 . Moon Tito tonight 8 14 . Last Quarter. Aug. 28 the evening planets Are now Mars and Saturn. Mars is now a Little brighter than Saturn next month Saturn will be the brighter of the two. Weather Decatur and Vicinity forecast for today variable cloudiness warm and humid with showers and scattered thundershowers through monday. Winds mostly Westerly 5 to 15 Miles per hour Gusty near thundershowers. High temperature expected today 83 Low tonight 65 in 1972 the number of children in the first Grade in All . Schools will be 15 per cent smaller than it is today due to the currently declining birthrate. Revival Fairview Baptist Church August 13-20 Tom Freeney speaker sunday morning 11 . Final service 7 30 . Sunday night a Nursery open everyone is cordially invited to attend hospitals Baug Wiley Smith admissions a Hatton Knowles Ardmore Tenn. James d. Elliott Athens Smith r. Campbell Ardmore term Walter r. Carpenter Decatur mrs. Ronald Wayne Griffith Decatur Jerry Milton Bools Decatur James Hoyt Clark Decatur mrs. W. B. Hargrove Ardmore Tenn. Mrs. Fred Culbreath jr., Lacey Springs. Dismissals mrs. Lewis Clark Hartselle Charles l. Barker Somerville James de Crane a Decatur Ossie d. Adams Decatur mrs. Blanche daily Decatur miss Marsha Dockery Trinity mrs. Ernest Hill Trinity Harley be Smtth Trinity. Decatur general admissions mrs. Bettye Lou Robinson Gerry St. William Charles Morrow Somerville Jimmy Lee Brasher Bobwhite or. Sarah Frances Hendon 7th St. James Thomas Tatum Jackson St. James Harlan Erwin College a St. Mrs. Tommie Edward Smith Athens Lawrence Edward Morrow Decatur Curtis Ray Weaver Arley. Dismissals a Margaret Susie Alexander Grant St. Mrs. Mary Lillie Allen Athens mrs. James e. Moore Cecil St. Mrs. Dan Earl Long Athens Ellie Elbert House Athens mrs. Mildred Isolene Johnson Murphree re. Hairy Flemming Mooney Decatur mrs. Evelyn Bingham Beech St. James s. Washburn Decatur mrs. Charles w. Anders Hartselle Virgil l. My Bay Athens mrs. Lee c. Fol Ette Florida Carl Craig Russellville Bobby Joe King Decatur Franklin d. Williams. Moulton St. Patricia Dianne Graves Harrison St. David Alan Graves Harrison St. Carl Douglas Clay Church St. Cullman admissions mrs. Juanita Allred. Hance Ville 2 mrs. Joe Ann Clingan Crane Hill 1 mrs. Gertrude t. Cole milk Nan 8 mrs. Maranda b. Dunaway. Hanceville 4 mrs. Alicia Rae Jones Cullman 1 most. Jasen Paul Knight Cullman Arthur v. Moody Crane Hill mrs. Leona Bell Ponder. Hanceville 1 Joe e. Rolo. Bremen 1 Debbie thrasher Cullman Patricia thrasher Cullman mrs. Agnes Bentley Vinemont 2 John w. Braselton Crane Hill 1 mrs. Susie m. Planning planners Gary Voketz seated director of the North Central Alabama regional planning commission checks a document with Bob Mcgukin of Cullman president of the group during a meeting of the executive committee thursday night. Scott a Maples of Decatur Federal programs coordinator for the commis Sion is at left. Second from right is Kenneth Speegle of Cullman standing next to Herman Plunkett also of Uttman and a member of the Board of Revenue. The commission has been planning the economic development of Morgan Cullman and Lawrence counties. Daily photo by de Bru Chac obituaries William a Hudson funeral services for William James Hudson 80, of 315 7th ave. New who died Friday will be 2 . Today at Guntharp funeral Home Chapel Rev. Maxwell Preston officiating. Burial will be in Decatur City cemetery. Surviving Are seven sons Willis Hudson Leonard Hudson Clarence Hudson Earnest Hudson and Vernon Hudson All of Decatur Lawrence Hudson of Byrum Cullman mrs. Melba Harris Cullman 8 Delmus Haygood Hanceville 3 mrs. Linda r. Holmes Vinemont 2 Oda c. Langley Vinemont 2 mrs. Margie Mccoy Hanceville 1 mrs. Patricia e. Myers cull Mah 2 Henry s. Sims Cullman 10 mrs. Grace Staton Hayden 1 mrs. Mildred p. Wilbanks Cullman. Dismissals mrs. Carolyn m. Adams Vinemont most. Rickey Lynn Black Eva Athel Burney. Vinemont 3 mrs. Annie Frances Cook Hayden 2 mrs. Carrie Duke Cullman most. Rickey Charles Garrison Hanceville 4 miss Carolyn w. Gable Cullman 7 most. Joseph Blair Glasscock Cullman mrs. Mary Elizabeth Glover Cullman Robert Harbison Cullman 6 miss Cathy d. Holcomb Baileyton 1 mrs. Mary Hogland Hanceville Chattanooga Tenn., and Johnnie Hudson of South Pittsburg Tenn. Four daughters mrs. Myrtle Newsom mrs. Virginia Vinson and mrs. Rose Edwards All of Decatur and mrs. Opal Cox of West Palm Beach Fla. A sister mrs. Maebelle Robertson of Decatur a half sister mrs. Della Cramer of Decatur 27 grandchildren and 29 great grandchildren. Or. Hudson is believed to be the last authentic riverboat Captain in this area. 3 miss Beverly f. Mcgraw. Akron. Ohio James Matthew Morgan Hanceville most. Wayne Wendell Mosley Logan 1 Aulcie m. Persall Cullman mrs. Mary f. Robinson Cullman mrs Alma Shikles cull Man 9 miss Pamela Annette Tubbs Hanceville 3 mrs. Ruby n. Walker Hanceville 3 mrs. Helen l. Barbee. Cullman 2 mrs. Marietta Brown Cullman 4 mrs. Ellen d. Brock Cullman 1 Samuel c. Camp Cullman Larry Cruce Bremen 1 Mark c. Ingram Cullman most. Jason p. Knight Cullman mrs. Ludell Mann Hanceville 2 Wayne h. Moon. Hanceville Harold d. Russell Cullman 6 mrs. Bertha self Cullman 11 Debbie thrasher Cullman Patricia thrasher. Cullman Charley Trussell Cullman 7 mrs. Katie a Whitley Hanceville 2. Big continued from Page 1 another Bill which would Annex about two Square Miles to Decatur in the Cedar Lake area is waiting for approval by the House legislators Are still silent in the Fate of the Bill. Bills already passed by the House and up for consideration by the Senate include measures to a raise pay for election officials to $10 a Day. A allow the county Board of Revenue members up to $200 per member each month for expenses. A allow the Board of Revenue to raise the salaries of two circuit clerk employees $50 each. A allow the county Board of education to set an expense allowance not to exceed $600 per year for each member. Bills now ready for a vote in the House and then approval by the Senate include measures to a authorize expense accounts of $1,600 each for tax assessor Porter Haynes and tax collector Price Bryant. A divert fees going into the county solicitors fund away from the District attorneys office into the county general fund. A relieve the circuit clerk and county Register of the state requirement of keeping weekly newspapers. A allow the Board of Revenue to fill vacancies on the Board. Provide for the employment of an additional employee in the circuit clerks office. A authorize the county1� two circuit court fudge to receive on additional $1,200 a year As expense allowance to be paid from the general fund of Morgan and Limestone counties. The Bill would mean the two judges would make a total of $16,300 a year a $12,000 from the state As base salary $100 from the state As expenses and $4,200 from the two county governing bodies. Legislators said the move would bring the judge s salaries a into line with others across the state. Rep. Doss said All of the Bills but the Cedar Lake measure and the expense allowance for the judges could be considered a a passed As far As the local delegation is concerned. But they Are not Law until passed by the legislature and just when that will be is debatable want ads g Ltd a Quot cd discount special a vim. A a. A i my factory fresh and just in time for gym class ,. Laspias Stew my my a children s a nationally nov Lifto gym sneakers on rag. $2.37 top Quality regulation Whit Canna Duck uppers. Built in Arch Cushion. Full Cushion Insolo. Gripping Long wearing vulcanized Crsp rubber Solas. Guaranteed machine washable. Ladies sizes 5-10, misses 12vi-4, children s 8ta-12. Or plenty of Fri a parking Quot Quot Quot West Gath shopping Center prices Good All 60 Pic in pay stores ,., mounties continued from Page in questioning a Man in connection with the slaying. A spokesman declined to say whether the Man had any connection with Saskatchewan or whether he had been in the province recently but added a if we have to Well find everybody who was in Saskatchewan in the last few daily records drum Mas a a or. Sad Crane Hill or Aad \ua4, a s or Aad m. A mras a Soa at or Aat 2� a births mrs Maetz Baa Janes cull daughter it Catt maa Hospital or. Arthur Jame cd afar j. A Asa at Cullman Hospital. Mrs Robert e. Moor hence a at a Suaava mrs. Artis Eugene Cook. Hay Cullman daughter at i mrs Aram Colo. Orth aaa b. Mrs Joha at or. Mad mrs. Raa Aoa Skarratt. Gordon or. A son. Saturday at Baa pfc Wurr i mrs. Wayne Bottom Decatur fyr tar at fat ask . 1 mrs. 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