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Culpeper Star-Exponent from Culpeper, Virginia • 3

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HCCB CULPEPER STAR EXPONENT Culpeper Va Thurs Jan 1 4 1 988 Page 3 Continued from Page 1 in a brochure that could be mailed to applicants Griffin told the board that it would have to streamline its activi ties with the amount of work foreseen in the three years ahead the board likes it or not it will have to rely on the planning staff to pass applications that meet guidelines and established ordinan Griffin said He said the en Town Continued from Page 1 provements and repairs together with giving cost projections of items needed for repair The improve ments would be for a portion of Main Street between Cherry Street and the Mountain Run Bridge Council Tuesday night also au thusiasm for preservation in town there ready to bust The board discussed improving its meeting procedures recommend that the board hold a work session prior to the regular scheduled meet Griffin said there are problems to work out with an appli cation then there is still time before the case is heard This might elim inate tabling a number of he said thorized the mayor to execute an agreement between Culpeper Rena issance Inc and the town of Cul peper and to enact the necesary bud getary procedures to allocate $50000 from the General und Con tingency Account to Culpeper Rena issance Inc Town Planning Director Greg Brittingham told the board it might need to adjust its deadline for appli cations from 10 days to 14 prior to the meeting if the board requests a prepared staff report for each application In listing other goals for HCCB Crawford Hammersley the vice chairman suggested it create a Way to publicize the historicial property within the limits On Sept 22 1987 a resolution was adopted by council to support and apply for participation in the Virginia Main Street Program Council pledged financial support of about $50000 for each of the three years of the program The allocation approved Tuesday night will be uti OBITUARIES Cooper Glenn Edward Cooper 48 and his wife Geraldine Phillips Cooper 59 of Culpeper died early Wednesday morning Jan 13 after being shot at their home in the county Mr Cooper a native of auquier County was die son of Mrs Ruth Grimes Southworth of Springfield and the late Powhatan Cooper He was a plumber employed by a firm at Oakton He is survived by two children from a former marriage Nettie Guy of CaUett and Glenn Edward Cooper Jr of Culpeper three brothers Po whatan Cooper Jr of Manassas Wil liam Allen Cooper Sr of reder icksburg and Lawrence ranklin Cooper of Bealeton three sisters rances Merendeni of Springfield Mary Jane urman of Remington and Lois A Clater of Manassas and a half sister Patricia Ann Atkinson of Woodbridge several nieces and nephews and seven grandchildren Mrs Cooper a native of West Virginia was the daughter of the late Henry and Nettie Miller Phillips She was employed as a custodian by the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints in Culpeper She is survived by three children from a former marriage Wheatley Shackelford Amelia Dodson and Mamie LaClair all of Culpeper two brothers Harold Phillips of Stafford and Homer Phillips of Culpeper four sisters Annabelle Edwards of Remington Virginia Blankenship of Brandy Station Jean Scroggins of Culpeper and Linda May razier of Amissville several nieces and nephews and four grandchildren Mr and Mrs Cooper were mem bers of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints in Culpeper A funeral will be held on Satur day Jan 16 at 2 pm at Geest Johnson uneral Home in Culpeper Bishop John otenos officiating with interment in Midland Cemetery riends may call on riday from 7 to 8 pm at Geest Johnson uneral Home Geest Johnson uneral Home is in charge of the arrangements DEATH NOTICES Mr Olof Reginald Lindstrom uneral services for Mr Olof Reginald Lindstrom of Washington will be held at the Reynolds Memor ial Baptist Church at Sperryville on riday Jan 15 1988 at 2 pm with Rev Jennings Hobson and Rev Wil liam Harrison officiating Interment will be in the Sperryville Cemetery Memorial contributions may be made to the Rappahannock Histori cal Society Clore uneral Home is in charge of the arrangements Mr Rudolph Alvin Woodward Mr Rudolph Alvin Woodward of Bealeton died Tuesday Jan 12 1988 at the auquier Hospital neral services will be held at Clore uneral Home Chapel on riday Jan 15 1988 at 11 am with Rev Gordon George officiating Inter ment will be in the Amissville Bap tist Church Cemetery amily will receive friends Thursday evening from 7 to 8 pm at Clore uneral Home Memorial contributions may be made to the Amissville and Wa shington Rescue Squads Clore neral Home is in charge of the ar rangements Mr Henry Jackson Smith Mr Henry Jackson Smith of Ma dison died on Wednesday Jan 13 1988 at the Culpeper Memorial Hospital uneral services will be held at the graveside in the Hebron Lutheran Church Cemetery at Ma dison on riday Jan 15 1988 at 3:30 pm with Rev James Bassler officiating amily will receive friends at their home Memorial con tributions may be made to the Ma dison County Rescue Squad or Ma dison County Volunteer ire De partment Clore uneral Home is in charge of the arrangements Mr and Mrs Glenn Cooper A funeral for Glenn Edward and Geraldine Phillips Cooper of Cul peper will be held on Saturday Jan 16 at 2 pm at Geest Johnson neral Home where friends may call on riday Jan 15 from 7 to 8 pm Geest Johnson uneral Home is in charge of the arrangements ielding A Lawson Mr ielding A Lawson Sr 79 of Lignum husband of the late Julia Leona Davis Lawson died Tuesday Jan 12 at his residence He was a native of Orange County and had lived there for 55 years He was a retired janitor employed with Culpeper Memorial Hospital Mr Lawson was a member of Pil grim Baptist Church at Wilderness (Orange Co) Va Survivors include two sons Bar ber and ielding Lawson Jr both of Lignum two daughters Shirley Garnett of Morrisville Carolyn Lightfoot Holmes of Lignum one sister Mrs Lottie Coleman one brother William Lawson 10 grand children one great grandchild and other relatives and friends A funeral service will be held at the Ebenezer Baptist Church at Lig num at 1 pm Saturday Jan 16 The Rev Hugh Wilson of Cul peper will officiate Interment will be in the family section of the church cemetery at Lignum amily will receive friends at the Ebenezer Baptist Church on riday evening from 7 to 8 pm WC Thompson uneral Home is in charge of the arrangements Martha Clifford Martha Clifford (Watson) 78 died at the Culpeper Health Care Center after a long illness She was bom in 1909 in airfax County on the Watson arm present site of Comer She was past president of UDC Chapter 1447 in ort Myers a member of Culpeper Chapter 72 United Daughters of the Confeder acy a lifetime member of the Ladies Auxiliary of the Dunn Loring Vol unteer ire Dept Co 13 airfax County Mrs Clifford is survived by her husband James Clifford of Lake of the Woods He was a former ad 'TjU Thompson funeral dlorne 503 7 Main St Telephone Culpeper Vo 825 6700 WE'VE MOVED! Hudson Thomas PC I CERTIIED PUBLIC ACCOUNTANTS NOW LOCATED AT 402 MAIN STREET CULPEPER WE ARE NOW SCHEDULING APPOINTMENTS OR TAX PLANNING AND PREPARA TION YOU ARE INVITED TO COME BY AND SEE OUR NEW OICE OR CALL US TODAY (703)825 0044 AS TAX ADVISORS ACCOUNTANTS AND CONSULTANTS WE SERVE AS ONGOING ADVISORS TO SMALL BUSINESSES AND INDIVIDUALS (C) 1987 Prudential Property and Casualty Insurance Company All rights reserved Cover your wagon Get a Pru Review may even receive special discounts So call your Prudential representative now A Pru Review can put your auto insurance on the right trail Check the phone book for your local Prudential office or your wagon: or your sedan your con vertibleyour cute little compact Whatever car means the most to you if you love it protect it Your Prudential representative goes above and beyond with a fast free Pru Review to tell you exactly what your auto policy covers And help you choose exactly the coverage you want You The Prudential ABOVE AND BEYOND IHh A I kJV T'J 4 we make an effort to protect the historic property in town who Hammersley said Board member Ed Weld said the board should work on public re lations we can do to make it as easy as we can for the ap plicant it should be Weld said think had a bad reputa tion for delaying work that could be approved through the town lized in the 1988 calendar budget of Culpeper Renaissance Inc Council also authorized Griffin to purchase three police pursuit vehi cles under state contract In the 1987 police deparment budget there is a total of $34500 for the purchase of new vehicles ministrative officer of the Naval Station of Washington DC presi dent of Civil War Round Table ort Myers president of the Dunn Loring Volunteer ire Department Co 13 airfax County A funeral service will be held at 11 am Thursday at Money and King uneral Home in Vienna Interment will be in the Lewinsvi lle Cemetery in Lewinsville Rudolph A Woodward Mr Rudolph Alvin Woodward 61 of Bealeton died Tuesday Jan 12 1988 at the auquier Hospital He was a native of Washington EX? and had lived in Bealeton Suff Photo Vincent Vala tW a A a I ihwRfe I i I Ik If win Hiden Hidden ields He was a consultant for National Thomas Coghill Jr managing general partner of Hiden ields As sociates and Mayor John TS Kearns break ground at the Hidden ields construction site on Belle Avenue yesterday morning The first phase of the planned unit development is scheduled for completion in April acility Coach Works Survivors include his wife Mrs Mary Woodward of Bealeton three daughters Mrs Sharon Neill of Amissville Mrs Sandria Madison of Marshall Mrs Jane Ledbetter of Bealeton two sons Rudolph Woodward of Spotsyl vania Robert Woodward of Bealeton seven grandchildren one brother Douglas Woodward of Bowie MD His parents were the late Egbert and Carrie Estes Woodward amily will receive friends Thursday from 7 to 8 pm at the Clore uneral Home A funeral service will be held at the Clore uneral Home Chapel at 1 1 am riday Jan 15 1988 The Rev Gordon George will of ficiate Interment will be in the Amissvi lle Baptist Church Cemetery at Amissville Memorial contributions may be made to the Amissville and Wa shington Rescue Squads Clore uneral Home is in charge of the arrangements Continued from Page I about 100 or more individuals who came to speak against the facility Chairs were added to the court room to capacity with individuals left standing in the hallway to hear the presentation After a two hour hearing on the matter the board received two peti tions with a total of about 459 names opposing the facility Butch Porter resident and school board member from the Salem Dis trict referred to the facility as a in a and presented a petition with over 400 names from residents in the Salem district who feared having the facility in their neighbor hood The board also received a petition from Attorney Butch Davies who represented over 59 employees of Communications Corportation of America located a half mile from the proposed facility who also op posed the facility In other business the planning commission unanimously tabled for 30 days a request by South Wales Inc for preliminary approval for 379 lots which would represent the first phase of developing a proposed 2517 acre subdivision The development would be lo cated on the west side of Route 229 about one mile north of Route 621 in the Jefferson District The commission tabled the request because reviews by the Vir ginia Transportation Department and Health Department were incom plete Staff also recommended it be tabled until the covcnents to Phase I of the subdivision are reviewed by the attorney and dedicated to the county GEEST ofimon UNERAL HOME INC 405 Sperryville Road Culpeper 825 0395 CfolO UNERAL HOME "The Home of Thoughtful 415 Mam St Culpeper 825 2361 MARTIN "Where Good urmlur? Is VE REE DELIVERY CREDIT TERMSAE LAYAWAY LOWEST PRICES 125 East Davis Street Downtown Culpeper Phone 825 1885 SPRING ADULT EDUCATION COURSES Registration: Thursday January 21 1988 6 to 9 pm auquier High School Cafeteria Registration will also be accomodated January 18 through January 22 between the hours of 8:30 am to 3:30 pm in the auquier High School Annex Office REGISTRATION (by mail or In person) IS ESSENTIAL TO GUARANTEE YOUR ENROLLMENT IN A COURSE SPRING SEMESTER COURSES Tuesday night courses begin 22188 and end 4588 Thursday night courses begin 2488 and end 4788 Class hours (unless stated otherwise) are 6:30 9:30 pm 1 1 mKimuiAiaaMiiMMiiaiiiiiiritKiiiiitiaiiiMKitiiitiiMtut WSLJlfe Maj Registra(ion I Auto MechanlcsGen Maintenance $50 i Basic Electricity $50 i Mail To: Elaine Heddin9s Cabinetmaking or Homeowner $50 i Adult Ed Co Computer Assist DraftlngCADD $60 auquier High School Annex (Advanced maximum 6) i 707 Waterloo Road Computer Assist DraftlngCADD TH $60 Warrenton Va 22186 (Beginning maximum 6) Computerized Accounting TH $50 Name' Emergency Med TechJEMT TTH i loral Design (Advanced) TH $50 i caress $25 Lab i loral Design (Beginning) $50 i Home Phone: $25 Lab I Work Phone: GraphlcsOff Set Printing TH $50 i Introduction To Computers $50 i Introduction To Computers TH $50 i introduction To Lotus $50 i Course Selection: i Advanced Lotus th $50 i 1 i Introduction to Woodworking TH $50 i i LPNRN Refresher $70 I Medical Terminology TH $50 i 1 MSDDS Computer Operating Systems SAT $20 i i (eb 6 1988 9 3:30) Nursing Ast Certification th $70 Nursing Ast Certification (3 week days) $70 i Personal Typing $50 check here if course has been TAHArirmaY Anrkllmont 191 bS taken W'thin 2 VearS Tailoring (max enrollment 12) $50 Word Processing I Wordstar 40 $50 Word Processing II Wordstar 40 I I class enrollment is 20 0 TS 6 i includes 100 classroom hours (TTH plus every other Sunday and 10 in alternate Or Second Choice hospital training hours TUITION OR EMT CLASSES auquier ire and Rescue Assoc membersno tui ny course registered for by mail must be lion Non Tuition ire and Rescue Assoc members outside of au received by Jan 21 1988 for Spring Semester quier County will be admitted on space availno tuition $20 textbook fee is required Tuilion must accorrwy pre registration form by all participants includes 30 classroom hours and 50 clinical hours Ml.

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