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pro­grams for ed­u­ca­tion­ally dis­ad­van­taged chil­dren has been re­duced by 31 per­cent from the amount orig­i­nally au­tho­rized by Con­gress in 1966.

An an­nounce­ment to the lo­cal Board of Ed­u­ca­tion from the State Su­per­in­ten­dent of Schools said that the fi­nal al­lo­ca­tions, un­der the El­e­men­tary and Sec­ondary Ed­u­ca­tion Act for Ti­tle I, had been re­duced from $215,713 to $150,284 for this county.

••• In a very quiet town elec­tion Mon­day evening Wil­liam Ell Price was re­turned to of­fice as a Centreville Town Com­mis­sioner. A to­tal of 21 votes were cast in the no-con­test elec­tion.

The other two com­mis­sion­ers are Robert Thomp­son and Con­nolly Gan­non.

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