In this interview, C. B. Clark Jr., a Webster County native, discusses his public service career, which included terms as a County Magistrate, Deputy Sheriff and County Judge Executive. Interview topics cover a wide range of subjects, including the Judcial Referendum, his election campaign, the coal industry's influence in the county, library services, revenue sharing and severance tax monies, and the county's senior citizens center. Clark concludes that the county is in need of better housing options and roads and additional industry besides coal.
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