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Post-Herald (Newspaper) - October 25, 1973, Beckley, West Virginia Precinct Voting Is Listed Bond, Levy Pass By Over 80 Per Cent Of Voten; Hatfield 'Zip' Brubeck Janice Milam takes a whale of a bite from a product of J.J.'s Sub Shop, newly-opened on Neville Street. The owner is "J.J." Rodriguez of Hunt- ington, who already operates Sub Shop Opens On Neville Street two similar shops in the Huntington area. The store is opened from a.m. to .6 p.m. 9 p.m. on Mondays and features, 12. varieties of submarine sandwiches. "We plan to experiment with different hours to determine customer according to Mrs. Milam (sampling the product) who manages the shop. (Post-Herald Photo) Local and Area News, Classified, Comics, Markets tabulations. Tabulations from the 84 With all 84 of Raleigh Coun- 18; bond 176, 21; 6 Maxwell ty's precincts reporting, the Hill, levy 184, 20; bond 175, passage of the special school '27; 7 Vocational School, levy bond-levy well surpassed the 60'232, 20; bond 225, 26; 8 Woodrow per cent majority required levy 163, 12; bond 160, passage, according to unofficial 15; 9 Institute, levy 117, 23; bond 115, 25; 10 East Park, levy 112, 13; bond, 108, 7; 11 City Hall, levy 118, 17; bond 111. 18; Precinct 12, Harper Road, levy 99, 11; bond, 89, 21; 13 South Oakwood, levy 80, 22; for a program of school con-J bend 77, 25; 14 Maxwell Hill, struction and 176, 8; bond, 166, 18; 15 totaling more than Sylvia, levy 163, 45; bond 155, while voted against it. 150; 16 Whitestick, levy 220, Bolt, levy 92, 12; bond 80, 24; 67-Fairdale, levy 83, 19; bond 82, 22; 69 Rhodell, levy 38, 13 ;iBrubeck, a former state sena- 2; bond 21, 4; 73 Helen, levy West Virginia restaurant own- county's precincts favored the bond show which will raise county funds totaling more than million to be add- The levy, which is simply an extension of the one now in 30; bond 208, 42; 17 Stratton, levy 125, S; bond 119, 11; 17-A effect providing for such pro-ipiney levy 126> 13 4 J TTT i___ 11 Jf jects as free textbooks, passed with votes. A total of opposed the levy. Of the total number of persons levv bond 21J voting, 86.6 per cent voted for the levy and 13.4 per cent against. For the bond, there were 80.6 per cent for and 19.4 per cent against. About 28 per cent of the county's voters participated in the elec- tion. As a result of the passage of the bond issue, the Board of Education 124, 14; 8 Worley Road, levy 149, 17; bond 141, 23; Precinct 19, Temple Street, 20 Sunrise levy 242, 31; bond 222, 42; 20-A Crescent Road, levy 251, 30; bond 240, 41; 21 Mabscott, levy 152, 47; bond 141, 59; 22 Prosperity, levy 183, 37; bond 171, 46; 23 Cirtsville, levy 98, 27; bond 84, 40; 25 Crab Orchard, levy 162, i9, 10; bond 57, 11; 75 Mark Twain, levy 28, 1; bond 27, 1; 80 Princewick, levy 74, 8; bond 74, 10; 81 Slab Fork, levy 55, -5; bond 55, 3; 84 Besoco, levy 53, 6; bond 51, 9; 86 Coal City, levy 228, 22; bond 223, 33; 87 Odd, levy 50, 30; bond 15, 65; 89 Sophia, levy 220, 36; bond 210, 46; Precinct 90 Midway, levy 165, 23; bond 160, 28; 91 Riffe, levy 103, 21; bond 82, 41; 93 Glen Morgan, levy 111, 9; bond 106, 13; 95 Ghent, levy 102, 35; bond 9S, 41, 96 Shady Spring, levy 182, 21; bond 181, 22; 97 White Oak, levy 212, 22; bond 207, 28; Table Rock, levy 56, 2; bond 49, 8. Precinct 99 Blue Jay, levy 107, 23, bond 102, 27; 101 Beaver, levy 135, 25, bond 126, 30; 102 Firco, levy 40, 4, bond 40, 4; 105 Shady Spring, Fireco, 182, 26, bond 167, 38; 113 Abraham, levy 39, 17, bond 30, 25; bond 157, 30; Precinct 26 Stover's Fork, Beckley, W. Va., Thursday Morning, October 13 Cutbacks Announced to sell bonds totaling which will be added to in state and federal funds for construction of new school facilities and improve- ments to most other physical plants. Included in the construction plan are two new high schools, new elementary schools vocational p r ov i d e Hollywood, levy 102, 21; bond 100, 19; 28 Cranberry, levy 102, 20; bond 98, 24; 30 Callaway Heights, levy 63, 25; bond 62, 26; 31 Stamford, levy 182, 12; five land Paper Shortage Is Here Beckley Newspapers effects on the become necessary as well, a million education center. The levy will annually projects like the free textbooks and salary supplements to both isi i 15; w Tabor, levy 178, 30; bond 173, 35; 34 Piney View, levy 116, 16; bond 108, 23; 35 Bradley, levy 218, 29; bond 213, 33; 36 MacArthur, levy 103, 18; bond 98, 22; Precinct 37, Pemberton, levy 45, 5; bond 42, 8; 38 Raleigh, levy 89, 10; bond 81, 16; 39 to finance Homewood, levy 16, 0; bond 15, 1; 40 Pinecrest levy 53, 3; teaching and personnel. The following, is non-teaching a precinct publisher of the Beckley Post- Herald Register, and has the been Raleigh belatedly newspapers: circulation has struck by the nation's shortage of newsprint. The company received notification Tuesday from its newsprint suppliers that its allotment for the remainder of the year has been severely cut. The cut may continue into the new year as well, according to George Warren Hodel, president and general manager of the company. The shortage will have papers, the overall size of each paper will be reduced approx- imately six pages per issue, advertisers will be limited to no more than one full page ad lodel added. The immediate cause of tKe shortage is a strike by workers at several newsprint mills. There has therefore been an attempt to allocate the available newsprint supply to per issue: Promotion vertising on via the ai- the avoid publication stoppages by .Road 163, 18; bond 154, 26; newspapers hardest hit. company will cease, the Mini Page for young readers will be suspended, and the church and school page in the Post-Herald will be discontinued. Other paper-saving measures Danger Persists Area Fires The number of man-caused i occurred in Stanaford Acres on fires in the area has been "very Piney Creek on the 19th. according to District Forester Carl Lucas, since the beginning of the danger season October 1. Lucas, stationed at the Department of Natural Resources' offices in MacArthur, commended hunters and others for their caution. The largest area fire, Lucas said, occurred October 21 at Fayette Station in the New River Gorge. The 32 acre blaze was caused by hot carbons being thrown from the stack of a railroad diesel, Lucas believes. Damages from the fire are estimated to be by the department, based on a standard computation of an acre. Another fire believed caused by a train on October 21 burned one half an acre at Claypool in Fayette County, Lucas said. That fire was contained by the Meadow Bridge Fire Depart- ment, according to the forester. Relatively minor fires were started on the 20th of the same month at Lovern in Mercer County and on Workman's Creek in the Whitesville area. Another from an unknown cause Lucas said that the depart- ment tries to discourage outside burning of leaves. He said that preferable methods of leaf disposal were to either haul tl em away or to make a corn- heap. Hunters should be extremely careful with cigarettes, matches and campfires, Lucas warned. Statewide, Lucas said that 32 fires consumed 75 acres o! forest during the season. He added that all watchtowers are currently manned and the department has pi a n e s available to survey forest areas for fires. Survey Offering Reference Lists A "Bibliography of En- vironmental Geology in West Virginia'" has been released by the State Geological and Economic Survey. According to Dr. Robert B. Erwin, director of the Survey and State Geologist, the com pilation was issued to provide an environmental overview that will be beneficial not only to workers in the environmental field but also to the public. Authored by Ronald A. Lan- ders, hydrogeologist, and Peter Lessing, head of the survey's environmental geology section, the 33-page publication contains approximately 450 references covering a wide range of published material and many diverse topics. The bibliography may be! purchased for postpaid I plus tax from the West Virginia j Geological and Ecofiomic Sur-j vey, Box 879, Morgantown, West I 36505. J A whole new kind of alcoholic beverage with natural fruit flavor. Try Malt DUCK Red loo certainly never dull! Aviilable wherever beer is sold. 'inj Co. of Wi. DtT jby precinct account of how the voting went with the number of "for" votes listed first and the opposing votes second: Precinct 1, Courthouse, levy 42, 11; bond, 42, 11; 2 North Kanawha Street, levy 164, 33; bond 155, 42; 3 Central levy 80, 7; bond 78, 9; 4 Johnstown Precinct 5 Lincoln, levy 177, bond, 54, 12; 41 MaxwellHill, levy 91, 9; bond 87, 13; 42 Sprague, levy 27, 11; bond 29 12; 44 Teel, levy 122, 22; bond 120, 2; 48 Pleasant Hills, levy 146, 15; bond 141. 20; 50 Glen White, levy 75, 4; bond 63, 13; Precinct 59 Lester, levy 76, 10; bond 79, 8; 60 Sub-Lester levy 75, 12; bond 74, 13; 62 Harper, levy 106, 3; bond 108 3; 63 Eccles, levy 66, 8; bone 68, 6; 64 Glen -Daniel, levy 93 7; bond 89, 11; 65 Trap Hill bond 83, 66 ies; Funeral Friday Hatfield Carrington "Zip" Precinct 72 Amgo, tor and well-known southern 64. Brubeck, opperator of thii Ravencliff on U.S. 52 in Wayne County, served in the state 27; Precinct 114 Long Bottom, levy 5, 10, bond 5, 9; 119 Pettus, levy 39, 16, bond 16, 39; 120 Dry Creek, levy 83, 20, bond 60, 43; 121 Montcoah levy 52, 8, bond 37, 23; 122 Pine Knob, levy 35. 5, bond 30, 9; Precinct 125 Flats, levy 69, 12, bond 59, 22; 126 Arnett, levy 84, 37, bond 62, 60; 132 Clear Creek, levy 99, 13, bond 28, 81; 133 Sandlick, levy 24, 4, bond 24, 4; 135 Colcord, levy 100, 33, bond 20, 113. er, died Tuesday at the age of ate from the 5th District and last year made an unsuccessful bid for the Republican nomi-; nation for Congress. Cause of death was not- known immediately A native of Raleigh he is survived by his Louise; two sons, Hatfield Jfi of Plantation, Fla. and Charlef H. with the U.S. Navy; 4 daughter, Mrs. David Raines of Silver Spring, Md.; a sister. Sally Riley of Silver Spring, Md.; a brother, Shields of Clairsville, Ohio. He was born in Beckley oft Aug. 28, 1909, the son of this late James A. and Lucy Brubeck and is brother-in-law of Betty Brubeck of Beckley. y Brubeck was an unsuccessful contender for the Republican nomination for the U.S. Housjjl of Representatives in 1972. Funeral services will be herd at 11 a.m. Friday at the Morrfs Funeral Home at Wayne, witft burial to follow in the Spring Hill Cemetery in Charleston. HATFIELD BRUBECK PepI II, a pharaoh of the Sixth Dynasty, began his reign at the age of 6 and ruled for 91 years. Elbert F. Alvis Dies Elbert F. Alvis of 117 Gran- ville Ave. died Wednesday at noon in a Charleston hospital following a long illness. The body is at the Keyser Bryant Funeral Home where ar- rangements are incomplete. The cash register was in- vented by James Ritty, a Day- ton, Ohio, saloonkeeper, to keep his bartenders honest. POTATOES FOR SALE CALL JOHN SCOTT Grandview, W. Va. Ph: 252-6937 LOSE UGLY FAT Start losing weight today or money back. 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