Mae Lester Obituary
Education Slighted Carolina P ublic Schools A tas!:,Rcp. Norwood Bryan, D--Cum- environ-Iberland, recommended that the in schools have a environ- by ate Board of Education over- laul its science curriculum to jilroduee environmental con Mrs. Lester ilites Tomorrow Clyde ph's Rt. 1 Md. Nursing Wednesday July o Unitec was Lane Co William G Trcn wife, Rit home; one Jr. of Alma Charlot- Robert Pa.; three Mitchell of Chenault Mrs. Lulu A funeral mass for Mae Pat erson Lester will be said to morrow at 10 a.m. at St. Jose ph's Catholic Church in Odenton cepts. Consideration should be given o abolishing Hie present seventh grade science course and high school biology courses and replacing them with "relevant" "relevant" courses on the environment, environment, the task force report sard. Rep. Bryan told the board 'ignorance is tbe biggest enemy of the environment." We've got many who care Three Firemen. Are Injured In County Fire RICHMOND (AP) — A two- alarm fire at a 32-unit apartment complex in Henrico County left throe firemen injured Thursday. At least 10 persons were saved from the smoke-filled building. Seven Henrico County fire companies battled the blaze foi almost two hours before bring ing it under control. One of overcome the by firefighters wa smoke and' tw nothing about the environment!were injured by falling: ceilings 0 i,.__. i «... «n>u:«,r A I thrpp vvovo rf»nnrif>n in satis Mrs, Lester, 53, formerly of Danville, died Tuesday at her because they know nothing All three were reported m satis about it," he said. "But also, we factory condition at a Richmon lave another group, of radicals, hospital, who are greatly concerned hutj Firemen said no damage est lome in Odenton. She was the wife of Wilburn Lee Lester, a retired U.S.Army colonel. In addition to her husband, she is survived by threes children, Mrs. Herbert . R Carlson of Holyoke, Mass., Robert Lee Lester of Maine and Thomas Leonard Lester of Odenton; her mother, Mrs. acting out of ignorance." [mate would be available for sev The Register: Danville, Vu., Friday, Jan. 8,_I97_1_ City's Seivage Apparently Is Culprit Winston-Salem Blamed For Fish Kills RALEIGH (AP) — The finger f blame was pointed at the City of Winston-Salem again state Watei . Q ual i ty Division Thursday as the major cause ol : Quality Control Committee was. The committee voted to give|port but took the city of Winston-Salem time!series of fish told in a final report from the series of fish kills in the Yad- dn River last summer. The state Water and Air eral days and that the cause of the fire was under investigation. Fire Chief Richard C. Gilman said the blaze apparently started started in a basement storage area and made its way through vents and conduits through the wall: of the building until it reached the roof. hat at least 5 of 6 fish kills hat occurred between June 8 and Aug. 5 resulted from "the discharge of inadequately treated wastes from the city of to study the report and in-1 County last August dicated the matter would comej tejubcr m onc O f wn j c up again at its February • sys- fish Winston-Salem sewerage tern." Several thousand were killed. The report said that cost of replacing the fish mounted to $8,115.64 and fnat total cost of investigating the kills and the cost of replacing the fish came to $30,878.95. no kills ing. William F. Womblc, Winston- \vere killed. The report said the VVJlllttm JL'. (Yuinuiv;, 1IH1.JIV/" . . Salem city attorney, told the suited from poisons committee the city was willing j aerial crop dusting of to admit it was "a contributing fields. It said the type factor" in the fish kills but it; c idcs found in water does not "feel we have been ini" W ere identical to any way negligent or that wc' S prayed" by planes acted wantonly" which would 1 to Carolina Sprayers, justify the city being assessed,'Tarboro. Total costs for the $30,878.95 cents. vestigating'these fish The committee received a re- •- placed at S2.55G.46. George L. ville; one Overby of Patterson of Dan- sister, Mrs. W. S. Danville; and six and one be con- p.m. from brothers, C. L.Patterson and J. Thomas Patterson, both of Buena Vista, E. Issac Patterson of Miami, Fla., George R. Pat- :erson of Dunn, N.C. and Jacob B. Patterson and Litcher B. Patterson, both of Danville. Take the time to shop every department. Bargains everywhere you look.