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   Middlesboro Daily News (Newspaper) - July 2, 1968, Middlesboro, Kentucky                               2 Tht MMdMboro Daily Nm TutMUy, July 2, IMS. Telephone Firm Told Obituaries To Lower Toll Charges FRANKFORT. Ky. (UPI) South Central Bell Telephone Company has been directed to NOW SHOWING THRU WEDNESDAY! TWO FIRST RUN HITS! COLOR KARL MALDCK MICHAEL CAINE OUR MAN, FLINT _ AMERICA'S PLAYBOY HERO mm reduce its intrastate toll charges by the State Public Service Commission an- nounced Monday. Chairman Harold E. Kelley said the commission directed South Central Bell to revise its tarriff sheets so that intrastate and interstate charges would more nearly conform. The revised tarriff rates would mean the following j changes: rates would be in ef- fect all day Saturday, in lieu of the present evening rater, that are in eft'ect from a.m. until S p.m. rates would extend from a.m. until 7 a.m. Monday through Friday. to station evening rates and persons to person night rates would begin at 5 p.m., an hour earlier than at present. rates would be moved up an hour, from 8 p.m. to 7 p.m. rates would be ap- plied to two additional holidays 4 and Labor Day. "late night" rate for sta- tion to station calls would be established from midnight until ,7 a.m.. with maximum charge ol SO cents for the first four minutes. I the timing allowance on all calls would be changed i from five to 15 seconds. I The commission said the rate I would go into effect "at the earliest possible date" but said that should be no later than July 15. MRS. NANCY JANE SOUTHERN Mrs. Nancy Southern, Middlesboro, widow of the lite John Jefferson Southern, an area merchant, passed away in the Middlesboro Appalachi- an Regional Hospital at p.m. Monday, July 1. Funeral arrangements are incomplete. Shumate Funeral Home is in charge. NICE SELECTION OF MCOHON SCOTT'S LAWN SUPPLIES! .I'IDDLESBORO HARDWARE C' QUALITY feml SERVIC MRS. DOLL1E WAGNER Mrs. Dollie Wagner, Arjay, died Monday. July I at 8 p.m. at her home following a long ill- ness. She was born in Tennes- see on May 31. 1881, the daugh- ter of Mr. and Mrs. Will Map- les. She was a member of the Holiness Church and she had lived in Arjay for the past six years. She is survived by two daugh- ters, Mrs. Callie Gray and Mrs. Troy Warren, both of Ar- jay; two sons, Dan Wagner of Ohio and Dewey Wagner, of Walker. Ky.; 20 grandchildren, 43 great grandchildren and seven great great grandchild- ren. Funeral services will be held Wednesday, July 3 at 2 p.m at the Arnett Funeral Home Cha- pel with the Rev. Pavil Bing- ham officiating. Burial will fol- low in the Little Creek Cemetery m Field. Family friends will serve a? pallbearers and friends may call at. the Arnett Funeral Home in Pineville. Amelt Funeral Home, Pine- ville, is in charge. RESTRICT IMMIGRATION LONDON U.S. restrictions on immigration from Britain became effective Monday, curtailing sharply the "brain drain" to the United States. U.S. officials said applications for visas to Ameri- ca doubled in the three months preceding the new measure. Hundreds of other applicants failed to meet last-minute requirements, and will probably have to wait until 1971 for another crack at visas for the United States. FREE FREE Outstanding Building Lots ABSOLUTE AUCTION SATURDAY, JULY 6, 1968 A.M. Located en U. S. 58, 10 Miles East of Middlesbore, Kentucky. At Gibson Station, Va. This property has been subdivided into lets so that you can buy as few or as many lots as you wish. These lots are ideal for your new home or as a sound business investment. Check the advantages: on U.S. 58 less than 10 miles from Lincoln Memorial University. road joining lots on front and back. lot has access to a large spring on property. water authority will also be available for these lots if new owner desires. conveniences, such as telephone, electricity and other necessi- ties for modern living. shopping centers, churches, schools. pigs, 2 bull calves. Remember this is an ABSOLUTE AUCTION. A sals without reserve. Come bid last and own some or all of this good property. Terms Vi cash, balance 1-2-3-4 and 5 years. General Warranty Deed. Lunch by a local group Sale conducted for the owners Mr. and Mrs. A. B. Chtdwell, by Lee Auction Co. Inc. Sale Manager DF.NVER R. BROWNING Phone 348-1333 .lonesville. Ya. Auctioneer DANA WOLIVKR Phone 546-2I4S Pennington Gap, V.i. HOSPITAL NOTES AppiUchiin Regional Hospital Visiting Hours 11 a.m. to 8 p.m. DISMISSALS Mary E. Bradly, City Clifford Brown, City Sally Burton, City Iva Jo Cooper, City Sarah K. England, City Ruby Gilbert, Whitesburg, Tenn. Alice Gregory. City Laura Ellen Harris. Pineville Vergie Howard, Kettle Island William S. Hurst, City Esau Owens, City Dianne Taylor, Cily Boston Wakin. City ADMISSIONS Charles D. Barnett, City Rachel Buis, City Marjorie Ellis, Jenson Velma J. Evans, Harlan Lou Flowers, City Peggy Fultz, Ewing Elmer Fuson, City Maude B. Good, City Lisa Fay Hill, City Ruth Howerton, City Edna Kyle, City Terry V. Kyle, City Helen K. Lake, City Carol H. McKeen, Rose Hill Evie Partin, Chenoa Virginia Karen Rose, Clint- wood, Va. Leona Senters, City Anna M. Springer, City Charles Warren, Jr., City Dolly Wilder, Calvin Glenn W. Willis, Jonesville BIRTHS Mrs. Rufug Carter. City, hoy Mrs. Harry Lee Daniels, City, girl. At Middleshoro Hospital and Clinic Visting Hours 1-2 and 7-8 DISMISSALS Alice Arnold, Tazewell Allie Bailey, Ewing Arnold Hensley, Rose. Hill Lonnie Herrell. Albion, Ind. ADMISSIONS Ethel Templin, Cumberland Gap Jess Bullard, Harrogate Cooper Asks Delegates to Say 'Open' WASHINGTON (UPI) Sen. John Sherman Cooper, R-Ky., a supporter of New York Gov. Nelson Rockefeller for the nom- ination, today urged delegates not to "foreclose an open" re- publican convention. In a statement, Cooper said "the republican organization and its delegates owe an obli- gation to its party membership and to the country not to fore- close iin open convention. "Its primary obligation is not to any candidate at this critical time, but to give the delegates and the party full opportunity to consider and to select the candidate who can manage the problems of our ferent and more difficult than ever before." Cooper added, "I believe a majority of our party and a, majority of the American peo- ple believe that Gov. Rockefel- ler is best qualified for this task. We owe it to our party and all the American people to select as our nominee the can- didates who can best govern and lead the country." WOLVES AFFECTED L'ACQUILA, Italy One of the L'Aquila Zoo's two wolves died in 100-degree heat Monday. The zoo veterinarian warned the second would perish if not released in the Abruzzi i National Park for find its own refuge from the heat. Pollv's Pointers Simple, Easy Method For 'Blocking' Afghan DEAR POl.i.Y I want to tell Mary that 1 just finished a-i afghan and the instructions that came with the package suggest- ed the following method icr blocking (I am going lo do mine on the spare: room bed but a pad could be put on a table or the Afghan should be stretched and pinned (with rustproof pins) wrong- side up and the pins about an inch apart. Gently stretch lo the given measmrmenls. Lay a damp cloth over the afghan, pass a hot iro.1 genily and light- ly over the cloth, allowing tha steam to pass through the ma- terial. Do not let the weight oi the iron rest or pi-ess on it at any time. Leave the afghan pin- ned down until C. G. DEAR find that if you dampen the crocheted afghan and then stretch it on the curtain stretch- ers, which have Veen set and "laid flat, the afghan comes out looking like it has been profes- sionally done. 1UCILE, A FAITHFUL READER DEAR my hus- band's white dress shirts begin to fray, 1 hoard them until sev- The Daily News Full Leased Wires of .he United Press International Published Every Afternoon Ex- cept Sunday by CITIZENS NEWS CO. INC. Second Class postage paid at Middlesboro, Kentucky 40965 P. O. Box 579 Phone 248-1010. The United Press Internation- al is entitled exclusively to the use of publication of all the local news printed in this news- paper, as well as U. P. I. news dispatches. Rights of publication rll other matters herein also reserved. BY CARRIER 40c A WEEK By Mail in Advance Outside Carrier and outside City Limits ol Middlesboro; In Bell and Knox Counties, Ky., Lee County, Va., and Claiborne County, Tenn., a year; 6 months, one month, Out- side this area, a year; six months, one month, eral accumulate, then take an afternoon to make myself some cool, low-necked, sleeveless blouses; to wear with shorts. Cut the neck (fonts to one-inch above the scrond button. Cut the necks back to one-inch be- low the yoke. Cut the sleeves one-inch down from the arm- holes. Bind lh-2 neck with double- fold bias binding thai you have cut from the sleeves. Use the ?.ipper foot dn your machine. To make quicker work of the armhcles, you can clip the cur- ves, turn undr.r the; cut sleeves and press. Stilch al least two rows, with a longer stitch, on lop of the factory stitching. Cm the tail off straight and hem or leave as is. These do not cost a penny and you can't have too Polly's Problem DEAR POLLY I recently applied self-adhesing hem bind- ing when I shortened a wool knit dress. It was applied with a hot iron on the edge ol the hem. When I decided the dress was loo short. I removed (he hern binding by again using the hot iron. I removed the binding till right but the adhesive from the binding remained on the wool. Can you tell me how to (his without ruining the iDOROTHY WE WILL NOW Reoair Service Fishing Reels, Zebco, Johnson, Pflueger, South Bend. Completely disassemble, clean, grease and replace any parts needed FOR Q Plus ONLr J.UU Parts 300, 301, 330 Mitchells Replace gears, shims, clean, grease, guarantee MANRING THEATRE LAST SHOWING P.M. Includes Parts Labor We also repair Shotguns, Rifles, Pistols, all Firearms, Toasters, Mixers, Irons, Heaters and any small appliance. Hardware. TTdKIII J Farm, Feed Seed Store Downtown Middlesboro .nt ntmoeouMt (At P.M.) IUGIVG RIGHT-UNDER VOUREEET! 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