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Sent: Monday, September 20, 2010 3:57 PM Subject: Happenings around El Dorado News-Times/Michael Orrell Honored citizen Mose White Jr., shown in his barber shop, was awarded a certificate of appreciation from Mike Dumas, mayor of El Dorado, for taking on the clean-up effort of Lott Burgy Cemetery in El Dorado and restoring it to its original state. Honored for service El Dorado citizen recognized for saving of local
Marlon Green, brother to Jim and Allen, was the first African-American to fly with a commercial airline. After several years of litigation, Continental Airlines was ordered by the U. S. Supreme Court to hire Marlon. He rose to the rank of Captain in more than 14 years of flying for Continental. He retired in 1978 due to health reasons. He died on July 6,