Courtroom statements documented in court records.
Q: She had three children, right?
Q: How many were boys?
Q: Were there any girls?
Q: You said the stairs went down to the
Q: And these stairs, did they go up
Q: Trooper, when you stopped the
defendant, were your red and blue lights flashing?
Q: Did the defendant say anything when
she got out of her car?
A: Yes, sir.
Q: What did she say?
A: What disco am I at?
A Chronological Record of Events as they have
Transpired in the City and County since our last Issue.
Major J. B. Loyd, who had his law
office in the second story of the Snyder building at the
southeast corner of the square, moved out yesterday
evening and has taken quarters with W. A. Wilkins in his
real estate office over R. H. Roses dry goods
J. W. Tillotson, who has his shoe shop
up stairs in the Snyder building, will pack up his tools
tonight and store them for a short time at least. He may
go to Neck City and open a shop, as there is none there,
but this is not yet decided.
Workmen yesterday and today tore down
the old structure at the rear of the Snyder lot, which
was moved there thirty years ago and has been used as a
store room nearly ever since. The workmen wanted to begin
Thursday tearing down the room occupied by James
Kerrs "Blue Point" restaurant but the
proprietor persuaded them to wait until Monday.
loan volume highest since August 2007.
Changes under the American
Recovery and Reinvestment Act to U.S. Small
Business Administration loan programs led to a
rebound in SBA-backed loans for small businesses
and greater access to much-needed capital.
Since the Recovery Act was
signed on Feb. 17, SBA has supported more than
$11.3 billion in lending to small businesses
through its two largest loan programs and seen
its average weekly dollar volume increase by more
than 60 percent in comparison to the weeks before
the Recovery Act. Additionally, the average
number of loans approved per week has increased
by more than 50 percent. The dollar volume for
September 2009 ($1.9 billion) was the highest
single-month total since August 2007.
"These numbers, along with
our conversations with lenders and small business
owners around the country, show that the Recovery
Act hit the mark," SBA Administrator Karen
Mills said. "The Recovery Act was critical
to unlocking the market and as a result
weve helped put billions of dollars of much
needed capital in the hands of small business
owners during this tough economic time".
We had a small
woodworkin shop in the high school I
attended. Learned a little bout
tellin one wood from another and how to
clean a finishin brush.
We didnt have any
group projects, each individual worked on
somethin over the semester. Time was a
pretty relative thing in our shop class. As
long as your werent disturbin
anyone, a project could be as simple or
complex as ya wanted.
power tools was always part of the day. I
personally learned how to move a sawed off
end piece while the blade of the table saw
was still runnin so as to remove a
window pane. Happened quick with a bang and
tinkle of glass and pretty much got
everones attention. I remember
that lesson ever time I turn on a saw, but I
ve never repeated the trick.
This is some fact, but
Just Jake Talkin.
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THIS IS A HAMMER
By Samantha Mazzotta
Q: My roommate and I got a used
washing machine for our apartment through an
Internet trade. Its more than 10 years old,
but works fine and doesnt leak. However,
the first time I washed clothes in it, they came
out covered with lint and flecks of
unidentifiable gunk. I thought I wiped down the
inside thoroughly. Where did this stuff come
from, and how do I get rid of it? -- Kirstie in
A: Getting a used appliance can
be a real money-saver, but if the machine is
damaged, rusty or has built-up mineral deposits
inside, much of your savings could be used up in
re-washing items or buying replacement parts.
In this case, the washing
machine is working just fine, so youre
dealing with a built-up gunk problem. This gunk
is all the little things that have been washed
off of dirty clothes for years, like lint and
dirt and grease, along with old soap residue and
mineral deposits from the water used to wash
Put the washing machine through
its own set of wash cycles. First, run the
machine empty, letting it fill completely with
hot water and adding two cups of white vinegar or
lemon juice. The agitation and draining should
loosen a lot of crud. Let the cycle finish, then
run a second cycle of plain hot water to rinse.
You can also run an optional third cycle of plain
water with a couple of old, large towels thrown
in to scrub the sides of the wash barrel, just to
make sure most of the gunk is gone.
In older machines, a little
rust is sometimes visible around the edges of the
barrels drain holes. Products are available
at home-improvement and appliance stores to
specifically deal with this small amount of rust.
Clean the bleach dispenser with
a spray cleaner, old cloth and Q-tips. Remove and
soak the fabric softener dispenser. Scrub the top
rim of the wash barrel in front and behind, where
a lot of dirt can hide.
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