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   Middlesboro Daily News (Newspaper) - October 26, 1963, Middlesboro, Kentucky                               F.je 2 T1" MkMfctbor. Dmlly Newi HospitalNotes At iht Mlodtajber. Hospital and Clinic Visiting Hours !-2 DISMISSALS Mrs. Ambrose Brooks, Ewing -William Lamm, Tazewell ADMISSIONS Mrs. J. T. Brooks, Ewing 11. D. Ellison, Speedwell Mrs. Mack Roy, City Mrs. Carl Vaughn, City. At the Appalachian Regional Hospital Visiting Hours 2-1 and DISMISSALS Nora Sexlon. City Delia June Rowlctl. City Lewis J. Taylor. Jellico Carrie Taylor. City Perry Lee. Andrew Perkins. City Carol Storm. City Walton Lovelace, City Ttachel Hoskins, City Eversole, Pineville .Nelson A. Hembree, City Mrs. Sidney Lewis and daugh- ter, Ciiy Mrs. Pascal Bradford and daughter, Gibson Station ADMISSSIONS Glenn Riddle, Harrogate Elmer J. Dimn, City Anna Cox. Lake City Nora Sexlon, City Sarah Asher. Pineville Franclne Lee, Gulston Elizabelli Ray, Hanogalc Florence Branscomh, City Rebecca Thompson, Cincinnati Marjoric Green, City BIRTHS Mrs. Donald Ray, Stacy, gin, City _ Industry Job Yeager BOSTON, Mass. C. Robett Yeager, a native of Middles- boro, Ky., has been elected president of the Associated In- dustries of Massachusetts. He now lives in Attleboro, Mass. Yeagcr, a Mlddlesboro High School graduate and University of Kentucky alumnus, each ycai gives scholarships to two grn- clualcs of his high school in honor of his brother and sister. The presidency of AIT is con- sidered the highest honor that can bo given an induslralist in New England. He is president of the L. G. Balfour Company and is active in local..state, business, bank- ing and 'civic affairs. OBSERVES BIRTHDAY CANNES, France Painter Pablo Picasso celebrat ed his S2nd birthday Friday b; reading the dozens of telegram and cards from his friends. Saturday, October Deaths and Funerals Destroy Smoked Fish, Housewives are Urged The nation's housewives were urged oday to destroy all smoked Ish known to have been caught SET FOR HOOTENANNY trio will be one of several croups to perform al Saturday night's "hootenanny at the Na- tional Guard Armory 8 p.m. From left are Harry Earle, Wayne Schmledeknccht and Bob Browning. All ages are in- vited Proceeds go to the current Community Chest drive. Admission is for adults and 5S cents for children and stu- dents. _________ scientists and from an advisory panel of experts who made an independent study of seven re- cent deaths WALTER WARF The body of Walter Wart who passed away at Leemont, 111., on October 24 will be returned to Mlddlesboro Sunday after- noon. Funeral arrangements are in- complete. Shumate Funeral Home is in charge. MRS. FLORENCE MOODY Mrs. Florence Moody, age 81. of Mlddlesboro, Ky., passed away on October 23, 19S3. She is survived by four chil- dren, Edgar Moody, Corbin, Sherman Moody, Middlesboio, Mrs. Ella Bradley and Mrs. Ada Mason, Pineville: one brother, Isaac Stooksbury, Clin- ton, Tenn.; one sister, Mrs. Alice Mellon, Clinton: 24 grand- children and 32 great grand- children. Funeral services were sche- duled for this afternoon at 2 p. in. at the West Pineville Bap- tist Church with the Rev. Cecil Fultz and Rev. Seal Janeway officiating. Burial will be in the 1. O. 0. H. Cemetery at Pineville. Durham Funeral Home, Pine- ville, is In charge. JAMES EDWARD (JIM) SHORT James Edward (Jim) Short passed away at his home, Oct- ober 23, IM3, al p. m. He was bom on April 14, 1D01 in Middlesboro, Ky., the son of the late James and Mary Short. He was a member of the Ml. Morlah Baptist Church, Taylor Lodge number 35 and the Pin- nacle Chapter number 13 (R. A. M.) He worked for the Coca Cola Plant for 13 years where he served faithfully in all of his duties and hre was loved by all who knew him. He is survived by his wife, Mrs. Willie Mae Short; one son, Charles Edward Short; one daughter, Mrs. Susie Suddiclh, Cleveland, Ohio; one sister, Mrs. Beatrice Gholston; one low Creek Baptist Church on Winchester Avenue. Mrs. Park- er will be taken home this af- ternoon, where she will remain until lime for the service at the church. She Is survived by a daugh- ter, Mrs. Laura West, City; sis- ters, Mrs. Ella Fullz and Mrs. Sallle Turner, City; half-broth- er, John A. Parker, City; five grandchildren: 16 great-grand- children and two great-great- gwndchildren. Funeral services will be held at 3 p.m. Sunday, October 27 at the Old Yellow Creek Bap- tist Church on Winchester Ave- nue with the Rev. Jesse Buell officiating. Song services will be ren- dered by the church choir. Interment will be in the Rains Cemetery. Cawood Funeral Home Is in charge. processed area. the Great lism-E and traced to botu- stemming from Commissioner George P. Lar- rick of the Food Drug Ad- ministration (FDA) ordered the emergency measures into effect Friday night in a move to stem new outbreaks of the deadly typc-E botulism poisoning. Larrick said the "destroy" order was aimed al smoked fish products that are "pack- aged in sealed plastic wrappers and those that are sold in bulk without any package." Canned fish products are not involved, he said. Larrick issued the order aft- er receiving a report from FDA smoked whitefish processed by the H. J. Horn bos Bros. Co. at Grand Haven, Mich. In the course of the investi- gation, the FDA said, traces of botullsm-E were found in at least three other fish process- in the Great Lakes ing plants area. The emergency measures proposed by the panel were adopted 'with Larrick said, pending develop- ment of more complete infor- mation on the sources of con- tamination. He said the FDA's investigation of the botulism hazard was continuing. 1.HAVING FOR CONFERENCE About 25 young people are attending a Bell County Baptist Mountain Youth Conference at Cum- berland College this weekend. The group left yesterday and will return this evening. Those going from Middlestoro are left to right (by rows) Sandra Peck, Jackie Lloyd, the Rev. Charles Pinkley, Wayne Rowletl, Beverly Dixon, Linda Janeway, Claudia Smith, Tom Francisco, and Leon Haley. This group left from the First Baptist Church here and picked up another load in Pineville.________________ Perry Bible Work is Invalid By CAROLE MARTIN United Press International FRANKFORT, Ky. program of religious instruction conducted by the Perry County Council for Religious Kducation in conjunction with the Hazard city school system. is unconstitutional, Atty. Gen. John B. Brcckinridge held Fri- day. The program, conducted by he PCCRE in the fourth through TOUR DAILY NEWS GET IT AT LEE'S ime weekday program of reli- ;ious and is con- ducted in the school cafeteria. Breckinndge, in his opinion o Leslie M. Rogers and E. JENKINS INSURANCE AGENCY Jenkins Owner PHONE 2323 ALL TYPES Of INSURANCE ighth grades in the hazard ,ily schools, is colled full establishment clause of the Is Amendment to the U.S. Const! tution avoided, he said, "by the fact that such a program as we nere have under consideration is non-denominational or non sectarian, or is designated a being merely 'Bible entered when a review of the curricu lum and related literature cleai ly establishes its religious con Hart. quoted from a previou ,uhir-h ho proWbStan lent." Breckinridge said he was un- able to find any "substantive distinction" between the. pro- .Th pron a the gram undertaken by the Cham conduct of religious or devotion- paign. 111., counci on religious cpnouci .01 ______ n conmnction with brother, Frank Short, Middles boro; lour grandchildren: ten neices, nine nephews, and onR cousin, Mrs. Georgia Coins, City; mother-in-law, Mrs. Lena Morrison, lather-in-Iaw. Henry Morrison, Fort Wayne. one brother-in-law, Mr. Wesley and sister-in-law, Mrs. Maggie Bell Wesley. Funeral services will be held Sunday at p. m. at the Mt. Moriah Baptist Church with the Rev. Timothy Brooks of Mid- dlesboro and Rev- G. J. Waik- er of. Knoxville, Tenn., official- WMuslc will be rendered by the Twilight Chorus. Burial will be hdd Jn the Lynch Cemetery where the Masonic rites will be Pallbearers will members of the Masonic Lodge. Honor- ary pallbearers will be em- ployees of the Coca-Cola Com- pany, S. H. VanNess, N e 11 Barry, Jr., Lloyd Smith, Lon- nie Mason, Bob Williams, Bud Overton, Joe Bishop, Foster Minton. Bob Haley and Bobby Johnson. Flower bearers will be members of the Eastern Slav Elcctra Chapter No. 9. home this afternoon at p.m. on Wilderness Road. Baker Funeral Home is in charge. MRS. PAULETTA HICKS Mrs. Pauictta Hicks, age 20. wife of Ray Hicks of Dayton, Ohio, formerly of Middlesboro died on Thursday, October 24to at the Good Samaritan Hospital. She moved to Dayton fall of 1901 from Middlesboro. Survivors include her moth- er, Mrs. Foster Baker. Mid- dlesboro; two sisters, Miss Vir- ginia Baker, Middlesboro and Mrs. Jewel! Terrell, Denver, Colo.; three aunts, Mrs. George Frye, Arjay, Ky., Mrs. Bertha Brooks and Mrs. Mary Turner of Middlesboro; nine .lohn Baker, Hamilton, Ohio. Tom Baker, Heidrick, Ky., Ed- ward Gotey, Houston. Tex., John Goley. Molus. Ky.. Henry Goley, an Antonio. Tex., Walter Go- ey, Florence, Ky., William Go- cy. Gas City, Ind., Harvey Lee Soley, U. S. Army, France, and Wheeler Goley, Dayton, Ohio; one neice, Sarah Irwin, Den ver, Colo. Her father, Fostci Baker, preceded her in death Funtral services will be h.r. Sunday, October 27th at the Ful ton Funeral Home Chapel witl Father Bcla Folfoldy officiating Interment will in the lawn Memorial Gardens. The family will receive friend tonight from 7 until 9 p. m. thi evening. Fulton Funeral Home is i charge. MRS. BETTY PARKER Mrs. Betty Parker of Middle boro, Ky., passed away at he home on October 24, )963, al p.m. She was bom on May ID, I8SO, MRS. MOLL1E WSLLIAMS BROOKS Mrs. Mollle Williams Brooks, age 77, of Ewing, Va., passed away in Middlesboro, Ky., on October 25, 1963. She was born on Decembei 13, 1885, in Hancock County Tenn., the daughler of the Inte Perry Williams and Sarah Yeary Williams. She was unit ed in marriage to Mr. Ambers Brooks. Mrs. Brooks was n member of the Brooks Memo rial Baptist Church. She wll be taken to her home this af lernoon. Survivors include her L bund, Ambers Brooks, Ewing; daughters, Mrs. Yost of S t e p h e n s o n, W. Va., Mrs. Nealie G i 1 p i n of Harrogate, Tenn., and Mrs. Gladys Susoni; of Kingsport. Tenn.; sons. Wal- ter Hoye and Roy Brooks of Ewing; sisters, Mrs. Jennie Yeary and Mrs. Mossie Smith of Harrogate; 13 grandchildren and four great-grandchildren. Funeral services will be held at 2 p.m. Sunday, October 27, at the Brooks Memorial Bap- tist Church with the Rev. Claude Surber, Rev. Wiley Roe and Rev. Jessie Seals officiat- ing. Interment will be in the Jones PREPARE FOR CAMP-Boy Scout Troop 31 left for a two-day stay at Camp Blanton in Harlan County this morning. From left are Scoulmaster Art Smith, Jay Fleenor, 11, Bill Flexor, U, and Smith. Thirty-two made boy. will fetd Ihtir parent! noon Sunday and return that Precinct Officers Listed I con 11 nurd Irani piiisc 1) aclc. Republican clerk. Claude E Slusher, Republican judsc. Charles Dean, Democratic udgc and Mrs. Andy Jones, democratic sheriff. Cemetery al Ewing. Cawood Funeral charge. Home is in Clear democratic clerk, I Sarah Lawson, R e p u b I can I judge and Shelby Chadwell, I Republican clerk, j Srmihside; Mtiry Lee Worlh- I infjion, Republican clerk, Cora ,lfr i Ends, Republican judge, Joyce Humor Coclmm. Democratic judge and Haivcy Democratic Everl MRS. MARGARET EDDS COLE Mrs. Margaret E d d s Cole, age 82, of twing, Va., died at' the home of her daughter, Mrs. Berdie Dean, on October 24 af- ter a long illness. She is survived by three sons, Orville and Henry of Rose Hill and Jim of Bellvilie, Mich.; four daughters, Mrs. Rhoda El- liott, Rose Hill, Mrs. Berdlc Dean, Ewing, Mrs. Bonnie Ayers, Salem, Va., and Mrs. Daisy Carmony of West Palm Beach, Fla.; 26 grandchildren and several greatgrandchil- dren. Funeral services will be con- ducted Sunday at 1 p.m. at the Rose Hill Christian Church with the Rev. A. H. Robertson, Rev. Jack Porter and Rev. Gene Bream officiating. Burial will be in the Ramsey Cemetery. The body will remain at the funeral home until one hour be- fore the service where the fam- ily will receive friends tonight. Davidson Funeral Home, Rose Hill, Va., is In charge. MRS. MARY E. MARLOW Funeral services for Mrs. Mary E. Marlow of Fonde, Ky., who died on October 23, 1M.1, ere held at 2 p.m. Friday, Oc- ober 25, at the Mt. Assembly tiurch of God at Fonde, Ky. ev. Archie Gaylor and Rev. len Roe officiated. Song services were rendered y the church choir with Thela ones as pianist. Pallbearers were Lester Par- n, Clell Johnson, Parson Cok- r, Karis Loving, Ray King, Huddleston, Hughie Hud 'lower bearers were friends of he family. Interment was in the Fonde- 'ruden Cemetery. Cawood Funeral Home was in charge. :tt Rcilmon, Democratic judge, Mrs. Porter Purlin, Republican judge and Sewell Smith, Re- publican sheriff, Middlesboro City Hall: Carl White, Republican, cleili Temp Huston, R c p u b 1 i can judge, Mrs. Thomas Board, Democratic Judge and Mrs Virginia sheriff. Park: Mrs. Democratic clerk, Ada Mae Haddix, Democratic judge, Bet- ty Idol Republican judge and Connie McCombs, Republican sheriff. Cardwell Chosen Binghamtown: Trcssie Card- well, Republican clerk, Vivian White, Democratic George Yoakum, Whilmore, Republican judge, Margaret Ann Democn-lic judge Young, East Williamson. and Floyd Democratic sheriff. End: Charlie Prater. Democratic clerk, Beulah Bar- ton. Democratic judge, Mrs. Tri-Staters In Service al exercises through such reading of the Bible in our com mon school system is not cir- cumvented by the designation of such activities as "classes." FOR ALL YOUR CLEANING SUPPLIES Mips, Boefcefe, Floor FwnUtue Polish, Wallpaper many other supplies. MIDDLESBORO HARDWARE CO. PHOXE II education in conjunction the Champaign city school sys- tem, which was held unconsti- tutional by the Supreme Court in McCollum vs. Board of Edu- cation, and that outlined for the Hazard schools by PCCRE. REASSIGNED Airman Larry H. McGeorgc, son of Curtis Me- George, Hulen, Ky., Is being" reassigned to George AFB, Calif., for training and duty as cook. Airman McGeorge re- cently completed United States Air Force Basic military train- ing at Lackland AFB, Tex. Lewis Huddleston, Hugnte nua- Billy G. Ft. son. electronics dleston, and Clarence Jones, technician second sheriff. Exeter: Leonard Buck Har- ris, Democratic clerk. Ruby Barton, Democratic judge, H. M. Hyde, Republican judge and Frances HyuV, Republican sher iff. Mrs. James Named Winchester: Mrs. Delbcrt James, Republican clerk, Mil dred Burch, Republican ju't.e Mary Gray, Democratic judge and Sherman Moody, Democra tic sheriff. Junction: Hazel Turner. Dem-1 ocratic clerk, John Strunk, Democratic judge, Horace Mey- ers, Republican judge and Nell Nciklrk, Republican sheriff. West Central: Mrs. Bill Tri- bell, Republican clerk, Mrs. Bun Gerslte, Republican judge, F.lsie Watson, Democratic judge and Lou Belle Hoe, Democratic sheriff. Dorchester: Glen Shumate, Democratic clerk, Mi's. Busic, Democratic judge, Ted Rains, Republican judge aivl Mrs George Branscomb, Re- publican sheriff. Noetown: Edgar Gurner, Re- publican clerk, Lon Robinson. Republican judge, Mrs. James Barnes, Democratic judge and Mrs. Omega Branscomb, Demo- cratic .sheriff. Page Names Given Page: Desvcy Thompson, mocralic clerk. Mrs. Clifford Burst, Sr.. Democratic judge Sam Meredith. Republican judfj< and Mrs. Millie Rowlett, Re publican sheriff. Meldrum: Mrs. Maurice Tri bell, Republican clerk, Arlhu Ward, Republican judge, Thco dorc Mays. Democratic judg and Mrs. Fred Crawford, De mocratic sheriff. Hutch: Elbcr Arnetl. Demo cratic clerk, John Arnetl, DC mocratic judge, Mrs. Clyrt Taylor, Republican Judge ind Cal Robblns, Republican iber- Ken-Ten: Mrs, Dan Parks, Republican clerk, Dan Parks, Republican judge, Mrs. John Zoochl, Democratic judge and A C. Hamlin, Democratic aher- f. Sulty: Mrs. Velma Speaks. Democratic clerk, W. E. Par- tin, Democratic judge, Wayland Republican judge and John Fuson, Repub- lican sheriff. son it! Fd Fuson ot Middlesboro, serving aboard the guided mis- sile destroyer USS Heel, par- ticipated in exercise "Blnch Bear" in She Eastein Pacific. Sept. .10 through Oct. 4. in Bell County, Ky., the daugh- ler of the late Mathew Rains and Mary Brooks Rains. She was united in marriage to John R. Parker in 1986, and he pre ceded her in death on July 1 1942. 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