:) First off thank you every one for the incouragement, kind thoughts & well wishes.
Moved both hives to concrete blocks just off to the side of where thay had been on the stand. removed the stand to a sunnier loaction doing what needed to be done to make it stable. Waited till late evening then closed up the dark hive completely and moved it the 40 yards or so to the new bee yard. Left it close all day the 4th, only removed the bottom board screen to give them more ventlation. the super seadure cell was left intact.
Finished installing foundation in new frames, built an intercover and outer cover. Called the club member about the swarm he had recovered, he brought it about 8:00 pm last night. so they are now in the new bee yard too.
Removed the screens closing the dark hive and placed grass in the entrance so they can fly today.
Now the bad part::: the light colored hive queen less and suspect of having AFB is going to be destroyed. Nobody can say for sure that it is AFB because all the simtums are not present. Yes there is brown puss like stuff in the cells, but it don't stink, is runny rather than gooie, cell caps are normal in apperance except a ring like (as in tree growth rings) capping.
Rather than take a chance though we feel it is best to give them a soap and water ending.