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  1. Music Waste

    refimprove date January 2007 Advert date January 2012 Deleted image removed Image musicwaste2006.png right thumb Music Waste 2006 logo by Sean Maxey Deleted image removed Image musicwaste2005.png right thumb Music Waste 2005 logo by Sean Maxey Music Waste is an annual music, art, and comedy festival held in Vancouver, British Columbia . It began in 1994 as a protest against the entry fees of the corporate sponsored New Music West festival. ref http vancouversun news story.html?id 2cac5a41 6518 4298 8af2 45b15ff22f21 Music Waste celebrates underground bands ref Since the initial one night stand against the corporate sponsored New Music West festival, Music Waste has become an integral part of the Vancouver music scene, highlighting the most innovative and exciting bands of Vancouver and surrounding areas. To make the festival as accessible as possible, all of the shows cost a maximum of 5 and are held at venues within walking distance. Since 2004 Music Waste has been organized by Only magazine , who also print a festival guide featuring absurd, tongue in cheek write ups about the bands performing. Music Waste s flipping the bird logo has been designed by Vancouver artist Sean Maxey . Music Waste was voted 3rd Best Festival in Vancouver by readers of the Georgia Straight in 2007. References references External links http Music Waste website http musicwaste Music Waste at Myspace Category Recurring events established in 1994 Category Folk festivals in Canada Category Music festivals in Vancouver Vancouver stub ...   more details

  1. Catholic Christian Church

    Orphan date February 2009 Infobox Christian denomination name Catholic Christian Church image imagewidth caption main classification orientation polity founder W. D. de Ortega Maxey founded date 1977 founded place separated from parent merger separations associations area congregations members footnotes The Catholic Christian Church is a Christian religious denomination founded in 1977 by G. D. de Ortega Maxey . Maxey, who had earlier served in a variety of capacities with the Old Catholic Church in America , the Temple of the People , a theosophy theosophical group, the Apostolic Episcopal Church , and then resigned his episcopal positions and joined the Universalist Church , founded the church after 25 years with the Universalist Church. With the help of Archbishop Joachim of the Western Orthodox Church in America , he ordained Alan S. Stanford as his coadjutor bishop . In that capacity, Stanford is in charge of the church s ministry in the San Francisco area, which include the church s chapel, the Holy Order of the Society of St. Jude Thaddeus, and the National Catholic Street Ministry Project. ref name Melton cite book last Melton first J. Gordon authorlink J. Gordon Melton coauthors editor others title The Encyclopedia of American Religions origdate year 1987 origmonth url format accessdate edition 2nd series volume date year month publisher Gale Research Company location Detroit language isbn 0 8103 2133 5 oclc doi id pages chapter chapterurl quote ref The church has two bishops and three priests, working out of the San Francisco area and three mission stations. ref name Melton References references Category Religious organizations established in 1977 Category Nontrinitarian denominations Category Christian denominations, unions, and movements established in the 20th century Category Street ministry ...   more details

  1. Deeping Gate

    Image Deeping bridge 2.jpg thumb The bridge connecting Deeping St. James and Deeping Gate Deeping Gate is a village and civil parishes in England civil parish , lying on the River Welland in Cambridgeshire . Traditionally, the area was part of the Soke of Peterborough , geographically considered a part of Northamptonshire it now falls within the City of Peterborough unitary authority area. With a very small population, void of any major services, including a post office or even a chapel, the community depends on nearby Market Deeping , one and a quarter miles 2  km north of the river in Lincolnshire , for economic and market services. Renaissance composer Robert Fayrfax was a native of the village. St. Peter s, Maxey, Cambridgeshire Maxey , the most northerly ecclesiastical parish in the Anglican Diocese of Peterborough Diocese of Peterborough , includes Deeping Gate. For local government purposes it forms part of Northborough, Cambridgeshire Northborough ward, within North West Cambridgeshire UK Parliament constituency North West Cambridgeshire parliamentary constituency. Deeping Gate falls within the drainage area of the Welland and Deepings Internal Drainage Board . ref http Welland and Deepings IDB ref References reflist See also The Deepings External links Commons category inline Deeping Gate coord 52.670546 0.299826 display dms name Deeping Gate display title Deepings River Welland Peterborough Category Geography of Peterborough Category Villages in Cambridgeshire Category The Deepings Category Civil parishes in Cambridgeshire nl Deeping Gate pl Deeping Gate ...   more details

  1. American Threnody

    Notability Film date December 2009 refimprove date December 2009 Infobox film name American Threnody director Robert Rex Jackson runtime 105 minutes country Cinema of the United States United States File American Threnody film.jpg thumb alt American Threnody film 35mm source footage from American Threnody. American Threnody is a 2007 in film 2007 Cinema of the United States American documentary film, directed by Robert Rex Jackson . It concerns the Maxey Flat Low Level Radioactive Waste facility in eastern Kentucky. The facility was built on the former site of the farm where the filmmaker s grandfather was born. The film examines the impact of the facility on the community and examines the persistent containment problems that have been the subject of media coverage. Current methods of storing and disposing of transuranic isotopes and how they differ from the techniques used at Maxey Flat are also explored. External links wikiquote imdb title id 1482373 title American Threnody imdb name id 3581964 name Robert Rex Jackson Category 2007 films Category American documentary films Category American films Category English language films Category 2000s documentary films Category Documentary films about nuclear technology ...   more details

  1. Withlacoochee Railway

    Unreferenced stub auto yes date December 2009 Cleanup date June 2009 The Withlacoochee Railway Company was incorporated under Florida state law chapter 4256, approved May 24, 1893, for the purpose of surveying, operating and maintaining a railroad from some point in or near the town of Madison, Florida Madison , Madison County, Florida , upon the most practical route in a northerly direction to the line between the states of Florida and Georgia U.S. state Georgia . Owners The company was owned by J. M. Wilkinson, E. L. Moore and Maxey Ashley. See also List of defunct Florida railroads DEFAULTSORT Withlacoochee Railway Category Defunct Florida railroads Category Predecessors of the Southern Railway U.S. Category Railway companies established in 1893 Category Railway companies disestablished in 1895 US rail transport stub ...   more details

  1. List of marimba manufacturers

    This is a list of marimba manufacturers , including both past and current marimba makers. inc musong Adams Musical Instruments Coe Percussion DeMorrow Instruments Ltd. Dynasty USA Ludwig Drums , which owns the Musser brand Marimbaphone J.C. Deagan Company Jenco Vibraphone History Leedy & Sons Malletech Malletech LLC http website Marimba One MPM Maxey Practice Marimba http practice.html website Premier Percussion Vancore Yamaha Corporation See also List of drum makers Category Percussion instrument manufacturing companies Marimba manufacturers ...   more details

  1. Thieves Quartet

    Infobox Film name Thieves Quartet image image size caption director Joe Chappelle writer narrator starring Michele Cole br James Denton music cinematography editing distributor released 1994 runtime 90 minutes country United States language English budget gross preceded by followed by website amg id Thieves Quartet is a 1994 film directed by Joe Chappelle . Cast Phillip Van Lear as Jimmy Fuqua Joe Guastaferro as Art Bledsoe Michele Cole as Jessica Sutter James Ike Eichling as Mike Quinn Richard Henzel as Morgan Luce Jamie Denton as Ray Higgs Dawn Maxey as Jill Luce External links imdb title id 0111412 title Thieves Quartet Joe Chappelle Category 1994 films Category American films Category Directorial debut films ...   more details

  1. Corbin (given name)

    Corbin is a masculine given name. It may refer to Corbin Allred born 1979 , an American actor Corbin Bernsen born 1954 , an American actor Corbin Billings born 1988 , an American motivational speaker Corbin Bleu , an American actor of Jamaican and Italian descent Corbin Harney 1920 2007 , an elder and spiritual leader of the Newe Western Shoshone people Corbin Lacina born 1970 , a former American football offensive lineman Corbin Maxey born 1989 , a young reptile expert Corbin Tomaszeski , a Canadian restaurant consultant and celebrity chef Corbin Waller born 1985 , an American soccer player Corbin Witte , a German actor Given name cat masculine given names ...   more details

  1. Vair (river)

    The Vair is a 65.3 km river in Vosges in Lorraine region Lorraine in northeastern France . It rises in Dombrot le Sec and flows generally northwest to join the Meuse river Meuse at Maxey sur Meuse . ref cite web title Le Vair url http Courdo Fiche client fiche courdo.php?CdSandre B12 0200 work Fiche cours d eau publisher SANDRE Fr accessdate 1 April 2012 ref Reflist Category Rivers of France Category Rivers of Belgium Category International rivers of Europe coord missing France France stub de Vair fr Vair rivi re nl Vair rivier ru ...   more details

  1. Powderly, Texas

    as commander on March 25, 1943. In addition to the army ground forces trained at Camp Maxey, army ..., 1945. Most of Camp Maxey is centered around the Pat Mayse Lake Project, a popular recreational facility ... and explosives removal activities at the former Camp Maxey, extreme measures were taken to inform ...   more details

  1. Ninth Texas Legislature

    1861. Stephen W. Beasley 16 December 1861 Texas Senate, Distrct 9 9 Samuel B. Maxey Samuel Bell Maxey Samuel B. Maxey joined the Confederate States Army and did not return to serve in the legislature. Rice Maxey ref Texas Senate, District 9 District 9 Rice Maxey was elected in a special election on 4 August 1862 to succeed his son, Samuel B. Maxey Samuel Bell Maxey . ref after 4 August 1862 Texas ...   more details

  1. Pacific Coast Professional Basketball League

    The Pacific Coast Professional Basketball League was a professional basketball league with teams from the Pacific Northwest in the United States and Canada . The league existed for two seasons 1946 47 and 1947 48. Teams Three teams played in both seasons Bellingham Fircrests Portland Indians Vancouver Hornets These teams played in the 1946 47 season, but dropped out for the 1947 48 season Salem Trailblazers Seattle Blue Devils Spokane Orphans Yakima Ramblers These teams joined the league for the 1947 48 season Astoria Royal Chinooks Seattle Athletics Tacoma Mountaineers Champions 1946 47 PCPBL season 1946 47 Bellingham Fircrests won round robin playoffs chose not to play in World Professional Basketball Tournament , so runner up Portland Indians went instead, losing to the Sheboygan Redskins in the first round. 1947 48 PCPBL season 1947 48 Portland Indians defeated Seattle Athletics 3 games to 1. The fourth game was disallowed after a timekeeping error and replayed two days later with Portland winning 76 74 . ref name maxey cite news url http issues xEarlierIssues 1January2009.pdf title Indians were here before Trail Blazers last Maxey Jr first Wendell date January 1, 2009 accessdate December 13, 2010 newspaper The Northwest Examiner ref Notable players George Porky Andrews George Porky Andrews Gale Bishop Norm Baker Al Brightman Noble Jorgensen John Mandic Ken Suesens Slim Wintermute Urgel Slim Wintermute References Reflist External links http pcpbl.html History of the Pacific Coast Professional Basketball League Category 1948 disestablishments Category Defunct basketball leagues in the United States Category basketball leagues in Canada basketball competition stub ...   more details

  1. NBL (Australia) Best Sixth Man

    1996 Mike McKay basketball Mike McKay Brisbane Bullets 1997 Ben Pepper Newcastle Falcons Australia Newcastle Falcons 1998 Jason Smith Australian basketball player Jason Smith South East Melbourne Magic 1999 Bruce Bolden West Sydney Razorbacks 2000 Ben Knight basketball Ben Knight Townsville Crocodiles 2001 Chris Anstey Victoria Titans 2002 Jamahl Mosley Victoria Titans 2003 Stephen Black Perth Wildcats 2004 Darryl McDonald Melbourne Tigers 2005 Brad Newley Townsville Crocodiles 2006 Stephen Hoare Melbourne Tigers 2007 Stephen Hoare Melbourne Tigers 2008 Dontaye Draper Sydney Kings 2009 Phill Jones New Zealand Breakers 2010 Erron Maxey Gold Coast Blaze 2011 Kevin Braswell New Zealand Breakers 2012 Jesse Wagstaff Perth Wildcats DEFAULTSORT Nbl Australia Best Sixth Man Category National Basketball League Australia awards Best Sixth Man ...   more details

  1. Central City May Rise Again

    Unreferenced stub auto yes date December 2009 Orphan date December 2009 Infobox Album See Wikipedia WikiProject Albums Name Central City May Rise Again Type Album Artist The Cape May Cover Central City May Rise Again cover.jpg Released January 25th 2005 Recorded 2004 Genre Indie rock Length 33 8 Label Flemish Eye Producer Reviews Next album Glass Mountain Roads br 2006 Central City May Rise Again is the debut album by The Cape May released by Flemish Eye in 2005. The album cover art is by Sean Maxey . Track listing Thing Summer in 6 4 time On Sunprinted Thumbs Hunting Grounds As a Ghost Address the Royal We Photographs of Combinations Black Mile Bullmarket Frenzy House on Reigns Firestation Post Category 2005 albums 2000s indie rock album stub ...   more details

  1. Brother Cane

    , Wishpool br Damon Johnson Lead vocals guitar br Glenn Maxey Bass Brother Cane br Nicholas Meyer Keyboard ...   more details

  1. Cartel (ship)

    In international law in the 18th and 19th Centuries, cartel ships were ships employed on humanitarian voyages, in particular, to carry prisoners for exchange between places agreed upon in the terms of the exchange. While serving as a cartel a ship was not subject to capture. However, if it engaged in commerce or warlike acts such as carrying official dispatches or messengers it lost its character of inviolability. It would then be subject to capture. The cartel protection extended to the return voyage. Furthermore, the prisoners being taken for exchange are under an obligation not to engage in hostilities towards their captors. If they were to capture the cartel ship, they would have no rights to salvage, and the owner of the vessel, assuming it was a ship from their country, would have no right to reclaim the vessel. References Maxey, Edwin 1906 International law with illustrative cases . F.H. Thomas Law Book Co. , p.500. Upton, Francis Henry 1863 The law of nations affecting commerce during war with a review of the jurisdiction, practice and proceedings of prize courts . J.S. Voorhies , pp.25 27. Category Law of the sea Category Prize warfare ...   more details

  1. Free (film)

    unreferenced date February 2012 Free is a 2001 romantic dramedy directed by Andrew Avery , Written by Peter Hansen Gibson and Michael Kingston , starring Corin Nemec , Randall Batinkoff , Carmen Llywelyn and Ione Skye . Free was produced by Thor Films and distributed by Showtime Networks Showtime . Cast Corin Nemec as Mark Jenkins Randall Batinkoff as Lawrence Ione Skye as Catherine Carmen Llywelyn as Laura J. Kenneth Campbell as James Jenkins Ellen Crawford as Barbara Jenkins Dawn Maxey as June Tia Riebling as Carmen Shawnee Free Jones as Marna Lenore Thomas as Josie Theo Nicholas Pagones as Gustavo Clay Wilcox as Bob Alan Woolf as Daniel Waldoff Danny Goldman as Dr. Dax Griffin as Skeet Peter Hansen Gibson as Gibby Michael Kingston as King Mary Gillis as Marge Brandon Keener as Bill Stein Michelle Arthur as Secretary Alla Korot as Intimidating Girl Alexander Martin as Jesus Edoardo Ballerini as Paul Farley External Links IMDb title 0279088 Free Category 2001 albums Category Romantic comedy films ...   more details

  1. Battle of Poison Spring

    Infobox military conflict conflict Battle of Poison Spring image caption partof American Civil War date April 18, 1864 place Ouachita County, Arkansas Ouachita County , Arkansas result Confederate States of America Confederate victory combatant1 flagicon USA 1863 United States Union American Civil War Union combatant2 flagicon CSA 1863 Confederate States of America CSA Confederacy commander1 Col. James M. Williams commander2 John S. Marmaduke br Samuel B. Maxey strength1 Brigade 1,100 men strength2 Marmaduke s and Maxey s Divisions casualties1 301 casualties2 114 campaignbox Camden Expedition The Battle of Poison Spring was fought during the American Civil War on April 18, 1864, in Ouachita County, Arkansas as part of the Camden Expedition . Opposing forces Further2 Camden Expedition Confederate order of battle Confederate order of battle and Camden Expedition Union order of battle Union order of battle Dwindling supplies for his army at Camden, Arkansas forced Union Army Maj. Gen. Frederick Steele to send out a foraging party to gather corn that the Confederate States Army Confederates had stored about twenty miles up the Prairie D Ane Camden Road on White Oak Creek. The party loaded the corn into wagons, and on April 18, Col. James M. Williams started his return to Camden. Brig. Gen. John S. Marmaduke s and Brig. Gen. Samuel B. Maxey s Confederate forces arrived at Lee Plantation, about fifteen miles from Camden, where they engaged Williams. Battle The Confederates eventually attacked Williams in the front and rear, forcing him to retreat north into a marsh where his men regrouped and then fell back to Camden. The Union lost 198 wagons and all the corn. Estimated casualties were 301 for Williams and 114 for the Confederates. Many men of the 1st Regiment Kansas Volunteer Infantry African Descent 1st Kansas Colored Infantry did not make it back, due to revenge killings by Confederates from the border regions and scalpings by Native Americans in the United States Nat ...   more details

  1. Howdon Metro station

    Infobox T&W Metro station name Howdon image Image Howdon Metro station.jpg 250px line Yellow T&W Zone 2 Metro Zone B 1979 Zone 28 Code HOW locale Howdon borough North Tyneside open 18 June 1839 conv 11 August 1980 metrosince 14 November 1982 out dist PB 19.672 km ref name Maxey cite book last Maxey Ed. first David title Mile by Mile Rail Mileages of Britain and Ireland publisher Peter Watts Publishing Limited, Woodchester, UK year 1987 isbn 0 906025 44 3 ref in dist BP 19.745 km ref name Maxey Howdon Metro station is a station on the Yellow line of the Tyne and Wear Metro network, in Howdon , North Tyneside , UK . It was opened in June 1839 by the Newcastle & North Shields Railway ref cite book last Young first Alan title Suburban Railways of Tyneside publisher Martin Bairstow date 1999 isbn 1 871944 20 1 page 57 ref , which later became part of the North Tyneside Loop served by the North Eastern Railway UK North Eastern Railway . On 1 December 1875, the station was renamed Howdon on Tyne to prevent it being confused with Howden in Yorkshire , on the line between Selby and Hull. The station closed in August 1980 for Metro conversion, reopening in November 1982. It was almost entirely rebuilt only one platform, clearly identifiable by its stone construction, remains from the original station. The other platform was rebuilt further down the line on the opposite side of a level crossing , creating a staggered platform arrangement. The station buildings were all demolished and replaced with modern structures. A subway underpass pedestrian subway was built to allow passengers to cross the line. However, it does not have ramps for improved wheelchair or pushchair access. The NER footbridge was dismantled and erected at Goathland on the North Yorkshire Moors Railway . References reflist External links commons category http wps wcm connect Nexus Metro Timetables Metro Timetable Howdon Metro Station Train times and http wps wcm connect Nexus ...   more details

  1. 200 M.P.H.

    Infobox album See Wikipedia WikiProject Albums Name 200 M.P.H. Type Live Album Artist Bill Cosby Cover Billcosby200mph.jpg Recorded 1968 br Harrah s br Lake Tahoe , Nevada Released October 1968 Genre Stand up comedy Length 36 15 Label Warner Bros. Records Warner Bros. Producer Last album To Russell, My Brother, Whom I Slept With br 1968 This album 200 M.P.H. br 1968 Next album It s True It s True br 1969 Album ratings rev1 Allmusic rev1Score rating 3 5 ref Allmusic class album id r191757 pure url yes ref 200 M.P.H. 1968 is the ninth album by Bill Cosby . It was recorded live at Harrah s , Lake Tahoe , Nevada by Warner Bros. Records . Background In 1967, Bill Cosby bought a AC Cobra Super Snake Shelby Cobra Super Snake CSX 3303 from his friend, company founder Carroll Shelby . The CSX 3303 was one of two Super Snakes built, which is a modified 1965 Cobra Competition roadster retained by Shelby American as a PR car and then modified with the addition of two supercharger s and a Ford C 6 automatic gearbox. ref name barrett http www.barrett carlist cardetails.asp?In AuctionID 221&In LotNumber 1301 ref Of the two cars built, one was retained by Shelby and the other was sold to Cosby. The album title, 200 M.P.H. , refers to the car s top speed, which unnerved Cosby so much that he only drove it once before returning it. Shelby American sold it to S and C Motors in San Francisco, who then sold it to their customer, Tony Maxey. Maxey destroyed the CSX 3303 by driving over a cliff and into the Pacific Ocean. Maxey himself died a few days later. Brian Angliss purchased the vehicle and subsequently restored it. He plans to auction the car off. ref name barrett While the majority of Cosby s Warner Bros. standup albums were regularly re released on LP, and eventually issued on CD in April 1998, 200 M.P.H. was not reissued on vinyl although it was available on cassette in the 80s , and did not see a CD release until 2005, mainly due to controversy over the main sketch ...   more details

  1. Roman Glick

    Infobox musical artist See Wikipedia WikiProject Musicians name Roman Glick image Roman Glick 1.jpg image size background non vocal instrumentalist alias origin genre Southern metal , Southern rock , Hard rock , heavy metal music Heavy metal Instruments Guitar, Bass years active 1990 present Labels Virgin, EMI associated acts Brother Cane , Jackyl , Jesse James Dupree & Dixie Inc. Player Kommander website notable instruments Glick Stick Bass, Dean Motto 5 Roman Glick is an American bassist. He is known for playing with Brother Cane , Jesse James Dupree , and, Jackyl . ref http new bio.htm Jackyl Band Website Bot generated title ref Brother Cane Main Brother Cane Brother Cane formed in Birmingham, Alabama in the early 90 s with singer guitarist Damon Johnson and bassist Glenn Maxey. Damon and Maxey were later joined by drummer Scott Collier and Roman Glick. Shortly after the band released there self titled debut album in 1990, Glenn Maxey left the band. Roman Glick then switched back to bass guitar his original instrument and the band added another guitarist, David Anderson. The band then released two more albums Seeds 1995 and Wishpool 1998 . Brother Cane was dropped from their label Virgin during the Wishpool tour. The group finished up the tour on their own. They disbanded shortly after. Jackyl Main Jackyl Jackyl is an American rock band formed in 1990. Their sound has been described as hard rock, heavy metal and Southern metal. Its sound is greatly inspired by AC DC. Jesse James Dupree & Dixie Inc. Main Jesse James Dupree Jesse is an American rock singer and guitarist from Kennesaw Georgia. The band includes Jesse James Dupree guitar vocals , Roman Glick Bass Guitar , Charlie Star guitar and Mike Froedge Drums. References references Jackyl Brother Cane Persondata Metadata see Wikipedia Persondata . NAME Glick, Roman ALTERNATIVE NAMES SHORT DESCRIPTION DATE OF BIRTH 12 18 70 PLACE OF BIRTH Dayton, Ohio DATE OF DEATH PLACE OF DEATH DEFAULTSORT Glick, ...   more details

  1. House of Peace Synagogue

    richland S10817740058 index.htm doi accessdate 30 May 2009 ref ref name Maxey cite book last Maxey first Russell authorlink coauthors Historic Columbia Foundation title South Carolina ... synagogue on 1719 Marion Street in early 1935. ref name Maxey ref name JHSSC The congregation ... the Big Apple dance Big Apple , was popularized. ref name Maxey ref name JHSSC ref name Wilkinson ... in 1937. From there, the dance was briefly popular across the country. ref name Maxey ref name Wilkinson ... Maxey In the early 1980s, it was moved nearly two blocks to the corner of Hampton and Park Streets ... Jewish architecture. ref name Maxey The entrance to the building is in a projecting central ...   more details

  1. Glenna Goodacre

    no footnotes date October 2008 Infobox person name Glenna Maxey Goodacre image image size caption birth date 1939 birth place Lubbock, Texas Lubbock , Lubbock County, Texas Lubbock County br Texas , United States USA death date death place resting place occupation Sculptor of br Vietnam Women s Memorial br Portraits of Stephen F. Austin , Dan Blocker , and Ronald W. Reagan spouse 1 Missing 2 C. L. Mike Schmidt children Jill Goodacre br Son in law Harry Connick parents Mr. and Mrs. Homer Glen Maxey religion alma mater Monterey High School Lubbock, Texas Monterey High School br Colorado College footnotes Glenna Maxey Goodacre born 1939 in Lubbock, Texas is a Sculpture sculptor well known for having designed the obverse of the Sacagawea dollar that entered circulation in the United States in 2000. She also designed the Vietnam Women s Memorial located in Washington, D.C. , of which there is a smaller replica at Vietnam Veterans Memorial State Park in Angel Fire, New Mexico Angel Fire , New Mexico . Her daughter is world famous 1980s supermodel Jill Goodacre . Goodacre s father, Homer Glen Maxey, who died in July 1990, was a prominent Lubbock builder, developer and civic leader. A graduate of Texas Tech University in 1931, he was the first president of the Red Raiders Club. He served on the Lubbock City Council from 1956 to 1960. ref Civic Leader Homer Maxey Dies at 79 , Lubbock Avalanche Journal , July 20, 1990 ref A convert 100 acre km2 sing on city park bears the name of Homer Maxey s father, James Barney Maxey 1881 1953 , who was hence Glenna Goodacre s paternal grandfather. James Maxey was also a prodigious builder and civic leader in Lubbock and the South Plains. ref http stories 070608 loc 300528898.shtml Builder, son, minister had lasting effects Lubbock ... 8107259 J.B. Maxey 1881 1953 Find A Grave Memorial Bot generated title ref Art Image Glenna Goodacre ... of Fame Persondata Metadata see Wikipedia Persondata . NAME Goodacre, Glenna Maxey ALTERNATIVE ...   more details

  1. Coso artifact

    , Lane has died, Maxey is alive but avoids public comment, and the whereabouts of Mikesell are not known ...   more details

  1. James W. Flanagan

    1875 when he was replaced by the Democratic Party United States Democrat Samuel B. Maxey Samuel Maxey ... after Samuel B. Maxey alongside Morgan C. Hamilton years 1870&ndash 1875 s ref Because Texas seceded ...   more details

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