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Middlesboro Daily News (Newspaper) - December 23, 1972, Middlesboro, Kentucky OVCOHIMT 29; Deaths and Funerals Loser Doesn't Like Consolation LANSING, Mich.' (UPI) Officials declared a winner Friday in the contested drawing of Michigan's pre- Christmas "super but were unable to placate the loser with the consolation price. "You'll be hearing from Mrs. Betty Coleman told the officials when informed of their decision. "I'm not taking that mm WORLD the 42-year-old registered nurse from the Detroit suburb of Romulus told newsmen. "I'm going to get at least The goes to Stanley K. Yao, an unemployed finan- cial analyst, who initially had winners as a result of a number-calling goof which, when compounded, resulted in Mrs. Coleman being identified as the big winner. Toy Store Opens Today Middlesboro Salvation Army Captain Ray Hudson makes final preparation for today's opening of the unit's toy store on Lothbury Avenue. The doors of the toy store swing wide today for deserving youngsters to enter and pick free Christmas toys. The toy shop is Just one of the many holiday services provided to needy in the area as a result of the generosity of others who have donated to the Salvation Army's annual Christmas fund drive. Miller Continued from Page l longer belongs to one man." He said "coal miners have been pushed around by dictators long enough." And he promised to spend most of his time in the coal regions and in the mines, whereBoyleseldom went. Then, after his swearing in, Miller promptly fired all but four members of the 24- member executive board of the union and also dismissed general counsel Edward L. Carey and Suzanne Richards, executive assistant to Boyle. Miller then appointed his own men to fill 14 of the new vacancies. Joseph A. "Chip" Yablonski, son of Boyle's murdered 1969 opponent, was appointed to replace Carey. Miller said the ousted board members had been "illegally appointed" by Boyle rather than elected by the rank-and- file. Three executive board members dismissed Friday by Miller, didn't have much to say about it Friday night. James W. Ridings, district director of District 19, Middlesboro, told UPI, "I have no comment at this time." Lou Austin, director of District 23, Madisonville, said, "I was elected by the delegates at the Denver convention. I won't make any comment until I receive official notice." District Director C. E. Beane of District 30 at Pikeville was not available for comment. The old board, meeting in New York Monday and Tues- day, claimed authority over union hiring and firing and voted Boyle a pension which Miller vows he won't get. A Miller aide said the ouster of the old board members puts the burden on them to bring any court action in the matter. Two Pay Fines In Police Court Two persons were fined in Police Court yesterday. Lendell K. Francisco, 37, Sidney, Ky., paid a fine of for driving while intoxicated and Arnold Brock, 45, Pineville, was fined for public drunkenness. Twelve cases are scheduled for today's court. Truck Driver Continued from Page l' Holiness faith. He is survived by his wife, Edna, of Middlesboro; two brothers, Thurman Saylor and Everett Saylor; two half brothers, Archie Howard and Kenneth Howard; and three sisters, Lucindia, Mae and Pauline. The funeral will be at 2 p.m. Monday at Shumate Funeral Home with the Rev. W. B. Bingham and the Rev. John Jimmy Williams officiating. The family will receive friends from 7-9 p.m. Sunday. U72 by NEA, he "Thanks everybody! It's just what I needed A BIG SMILE! MERRY CHRISTMAS." Wishing you all the joy's of the Season Good health, good friends, good cheer! Courtesy Cafeteria Cumberland Ave. HESTER FU50H, MCR. Middlesboro, Ky. Santa's .singing out our sincere thanks to our customers and friends. MADON RADIO T.V. SALES and SERVICE Mtt In M.C.A. (Next Doer to Plggl? Wlggly) MlddlMboro, Kr FARMS ELMO SPILLMAN Mr. Furls Elmo Spillman of 6W Winchester Avenue pasted away December in local hospital. He was born September 12, 1910 in Paint- lick, Ky., the son of the late Claude and Margaret Pullins Spillman. He was a resident of Middlesboro for the past ten years and attended the Church of God Noetown. Mr. Spillman was employed as a butcher for Engle's Market for the past nine years. Survivors include his wife, Pearlie Moretz Spillman of Middlesboro; one son, Thomas Spillman of Middlesboro; two brothers, Vaughn Spillman of Richmond, Ky.; Prentiss Spillman of Berea, Ky.; two grandchildren, Kimberly and Michael Spillman of Mid- dlesboro; two sisters, Roberta O'Day of Illinois, and Clara Jane .Still of Richmond, Ky. Funeral services were conducted Friday at 2 p.m. at the Shumate Funeral Home Chapel with the Rev. E. C. Hutchison officiating. Burial was in the Ely Cemetery, Arthur, Tennessee. Pallbearers were Senter Ely, Gaines Williamson, Hubby Williamson, Porter Barker, Doug Campbell and Buddy Williamson. Shumate Funeral Home in charge. CHARLES MARTIN FARMER Mr. Charles Martin Farmer of 2704 West Cumberland Avenue passed away at the Appalachian Regional Hospital December at p.m. He was born June 5, 1918, the son of Ruby Martin Farmer and A. B. Farmer who preceded him in death. He was a life-long resident of Mid- dlesboro and a member of the Trinity United Methodist Church. Mr. Farmer worked for the U. S. Postal Service for 30 years as a rural mail carrier. Survivors include his wife, Irene H. Farmer and one son, Charles U. Farmer both of Middlesboro; one daughter, Sheilagh Farmer Wagner of Lexington; five grand- daughters, Michael, Leigh Ann, Katherine, Stephanie and Jennifer; two brothers, John H. Farmer of Norris, Tenn., and Bud Fanner of Chat- tanooga, Tenn. He is also survived by his paternal grandmother, Mrs. Mary Farmer; one uncle, 'Charlie Farmer and one aunt, Martha Stewart all of Benham, Ky. Funeral services will be conducted Sunday at 2 p.m. at the Trinity United Methodist Church with the Rev. Larry B. Gardner officiating. Interment will be in the Middlesboro Cemetery. The family will receive friends tonight from 7 until 9 at the Shumate Funeral Home. Shumate Funeral Home in charge. Bomb Halt Continued From Page 1 Vietnams rather than one the main stum- bling block that led to a breakdown in the negotiations. Nixon Confers with Haig Nixon conferred Friday with Maj. Gen. Alexander M. Haig Jr. on his mission to Southeast Asia for meetings with Presi- dent Nguyen Van Thieu and the leaders of Cambodia, Laos and Thailand. Haig brought with him a reply to Nixon's personal message, but Ziegler declined to disclose the details. Nixon is reported to have warned Thieu that Congress will cut off his military and economic aid unless he signs an agreement the United States finds acceptable.___________ HOMER 0. TURNER HOMER O. TURNER Mr. Homer 0. Turner, Route 1, (Beans Fork) Middlesboro passed away at his home December 20, 1972. He was born December 11, 1915 in Middlesboro the son of L. F. Turner and Mary Hamblin He was a life-long resident of Middlesboro and a well known carpenter and coal miner of this area. Survivors include his mother, Mary Martin Ham- Win, father, L. F. Turner; wife, Ruth Turner all of Mid- dlesboro; four sons, S-Sgt. Cletis Turner of the USAF, Anchorage, Alaska, S-Sgt. James R. Turner of the USAF, London, England, Jerry Turner of Toledo, Ohio, Homer B. Turner of Erie, Michigan; two daughters, Marsha L: Johnson and Sharon K. Turner both of Middlesboro; two brothers, Sherril Turner of Warren, Mich., and Charlie Turner of Middlesboro; five sisters, Mrs. Hubert England and Mrs. James Blondell both of Middlesboro, Mrs. Elmer Evans of Knoxville, Tenn., Mrs. Claude Cruse of Minola, Florida and Mrs. Paul Baker of Sevierville, Tenn. He is also .survived by six grandchildren. Funeral services were conducted at 3 p.m. Saturday at the Shumate Funeral Home Chapel with the Rev. E. C. Hutchison and the Rev. Drexel Stacey officiating." Burial was in Roselawn Memorial Gar- dens. Active pallbearers were Eddie Morrison, Jerry Morrison, Don King, Carl David Cobb, Clair Hunley and Bill Hawk. Honorary pallbearers were Andrew Swangim, C. M. Price, Donald Emmett, Billy Barton, Homer Hoe, Jr., and Johnny Morrison. Shumate Funeral Home in charge. MRS. ROBERT H. WILLIAMSON Mrs. Robert H. Williamson of 516 Exeter Avenue passed away December 19, 1972. She was a life-long resident of Middlesboro and a member of the First Baptist Church. She was the wife of the late R H (Bob) Williamson. Survivors include three daughters, Elsie and Estie Williamson both of Mid- dlesboro, Mrs. Ray (Bobbie) Hopper of Bristol, Va.; one son, Mr. R. C. Williamson of Rich- mond, Va.; five grandchildren, Nancy and Bob Hooper of Bristol; Brad, Kent and Rick Williamson of Richmond; one sister, Mrs. W. H. Billingsley of Middlesboro and one brother, Oscar Ely of Middlesboro. Funeral services were conducted at a.m. Friday at the Shumate Funeral Home Chapel with the Rev. Truett Miller officiating. Interment was in Roselawn Memorial Gardens. Friends of the family served as pallbearers. Shumate Funeral Home in charge. Our wish is one that isn't new... but still we'd like to say to yout Merry Christmas 1 GRAVES INSURANCE 2117 Cumberland Mlddlctboro, Ky. Hospital Notes Appalachian RigiMMl HoipHal VhHincHmui 11 a.m. to 8 p.m. DISMISSALS Donald W. Carmack, City David Crawford, City Vickie L. Cuatt, Crossville Charles E. Daugherty, City Aline Gibson, Piiieville Jack Hammack, Harrogate Maggie M. Heck, City Kathy L. Mullins, City Lissie North, City Jeneva Martin, City James L. Rich, City DarreH Storm, City Diana Taylor, City ADMISSIONS Ramone A. Beaty, City Angeline Carroll, City Kay Carroll, City Nancy M. Crutchfield, .City William H. Duffield, City Laurinda K. Hackler, Pineville Joseph R. Nash, City Michael D. Robertson, City K. Seals, Ewing Diana V. Trimue, City Truman Better After Condition Dips to Critical KANSAS CITY, Mo. (UPI) President Harry S Truman, 88, slipped to near critical condi- tion Friday, but slowly im- proved through the day. His wife made a rare nighttime trip to her unconscious husband's bedside. Research Hospital spokesman John Dreves said doctors "were year-old Truman early Friday when his heart began to beat irregularly, his blood pressure dropped and he slipped into unconsciousness. The change in Truman's condition delayed for nearly an hour the morning medical briefing at which Dreves said, "I have no doubt that if I had had to make a report at about or this morning, I would have had to say he is critical" He showed some improvement, however, and they had expected the fluc- tuation of vital signs to ac- company the improvement of Truman's kidneys resulting from, the use of a new in- traveneous method of feeding amino acids. Mrs. Truman's visit at night was the second time Friday she had traveled the IS miles from the family home in Independen- ce, Mo., on ah unscheduled trip to the hospital. Stocking Winner Marilyn Schraeder, Loyall, Ky., won the annual "big Christmas stocking" at Long John Silver's on S. 25-E this year. Her name was drawn from the "treasure chest" by Jeff Disponette, 4, who hands the winning name to his mother, Mrs. Keith Disponette, Park Manor, wife of the manager. The eight-foot stocking contains a wealth of toys, games, books and other "goodies" to delight the heart of any youngster. V OPEN SUNDAY to 88C Store Middlesboro's Favorite Family Store North 19th Street Middlesboro, Ky. At Discount Prices Best wishes for a joHy holiday from our entire staff! THE NATIONAL1 BANK MIDDLESBORO, KENTUCKY TWO CONVENIfNT LOCATIONS F. R, S. S f. 0 I C
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