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Beckley Register Herald (Newspaper) - November 22, 1994, Beckley, West Virginia 6 a a the Register Herald tuesday november 22,1994 deaths Farris e. Angel Sylvester a Farris e. Angel. 77, died sunday nov. 20,1994. Services Wili be i . Wednesday at missionary Baptist Church Sylvester. Friends May Call from 6 . To 9 today at the Church. Arrangements by Armstrong funeral Home. Whitesville. John r. Boyd twin Lanis Center. a j Jim . >1. Formerly of i a in. Saturday nov 19 1994 1� . Lakes. Born r. Louis Ville by. He was the son it Tho late Rev Robert s. Boyd and Belle Herndon Boyd. Or Boyd was a retired architect and member of the first presbyterian c h Urc h o f b or h at o n. N. C. He attended Westminster College in Fulton. Mo., graduated from Georgia tech and served As a lieutenant commander in the construction battalion with the Navy during world War ii stationed in Hawaii. He was preceded in death by his wife Marian Guy Boyd. Survivors include two Sisters James a. Jones of Richmond a. And f. Harding Sugg of Greenville . Memorial services will be held at a later Date. Arrangements by Rich amp Thompson mortuary Burlington. . Walter p. Campbell Walter Preston Campbell. 72, of Midway died sunday nov. 20, 1994, in a Beckley Hospital following a Short illness. Born sept. 19, 1922, at Tad he was the son of the late Lovell and Anna cart Campbell. Or. Campbell was a retired Coal Miner and a member of the Jmwa District no. 29. He was preceded in death by a Hal brother Junior Campbell and a Hal sister Louella Campbell. Survivors include his wife lore Nia Preston Campbell a son Danny Campbell of Midway a daughter Vickie ditch of Delaware Ohio two granddaughters Stephanie and Kelly Ann Campbell both of Midway a grandson Danny Campbelljr. Of Midway a brother Howard Campbell of Corelly a sister Ruby l. Smith of Charleston and a Hal sister Violet Woodson of Cleveland. Ohio. Services will be i . Wednesday at Bethel freewill Baptist Church in Macarthur with Rev. Billy Calhoun officiating. Burial will follow in Blue Ridge memorial gardens. Friends May Call from 6 . To 9 . Today at Williams Blue Ridge funeral Home Sophia and one hour prior to the services at the Church. Pallbearers will be Thomas Snyder Danny Campbell Shawn Carpenter Jack Smith Keith Smith and Dorman Brown. Arrangements by Williams Blue Ridge funeral Home Sophia. Marie Gwinn Peterstown a Marie Gwinn 77, died sunday nov. 20,1994. Services will be 2 . Wednesday at Broyles funeral Home Chapel Peterstown. Friends May Call from 6 . To 9 . Today at the funeral Home. Funerals cabe cabe James Earl sr., 75, of Beckley died nov. 18. Services will be la . Today at Blue Ridge funeral Home Chapel with or. David Carrico officiating. Entombment will follow in Blue Ridge memorial gardens mausoleum. Arrangements by Blue Ridge funeral Home Beckley. Cook Cook Shirley Debord 73, of Beckley died nov. 18. Services will be i . Today at Sunset memorial Park cemetery mausoleum Beckley with or. David Carrico officiating. Burial will follow. Arrangements by Melton mortuary Beckley. Cousins cousins Lucy Carey 78, of Lanark died nov. 19. Services will be i . Today at it. Vernon Baptist Church with Rev. William fruit and Elmer Day officiating. Burial will follow in Blue Ridge memorial gardens Prosperity. Arrangements by Ritchie and Johnson funeral parlor Beckley. Crooker Crooker Linwood v. A a line 64, of Beckley died nov. 19. Services will be i . Today at Rose and Quesenberry peace Chapel with Rev. Cecil Bolen officiating. Burial will follow in Sunset memorial Park Beckley. Arrangements by Rose and Quesen Berry funeral Home Beckley. Jarrell Jarrell Harvey James 84, of Clear Creek died nov. 19. Services will be i . Today at Blue Ridge funeral Home Chapel with Janice Florentz officiating. Burial will follow in Blue Ridge memorial gardens Beckley. Arrangements by Blue Ridge funeral Home Beckley. Maynard Maynard Ollie 74, of Oceana died nov. 19. Services will be la . Today at Kopperston freewill Baptist Church with revs. Charles Tilley and Raybon Cook officiating. Burial will follow in Maynard family cemetery Warfield. By. Arrangements by Evans and Evans funeral directors Oceana. Rose Rose Arline 80, of Columbus. Ohio formerly of Fayetteville died nov. 17. Services will be la . Today at second Baptist Church a Yetteve he Wath Rev. John d. Gray officiating. Buna will follow in Huse memorial Park Fayetteville. Arrangements by Ritchie and Johnson funeral parlor Beckley. Ethel Mae Haskett beards Fork a mrs. Ethel Mae Scott Haskett 85, died monday nov. 21, 1994 in a Montgomery Hospital following a Long illness. Born april 28,1909, at Page she was the daughter of the late James and Mattie Legg Scott. Mrs. Haskett was a homemaker and a member of the first Church of god at beards Fork. She was preceded in death by her husband Albert Nephi Haskett a son Aden r. Lee Haskett and a daughter Bonnie Areila Haskett. Survivors include six daughters Kathern Boggs of Kettering Ohio Rosie Martin of Maplewood Brenda shears of Kimberly Sandra Stosen of Lexington ., Rita Benjamin of Hawley a. And Margie Stanley of Fayetteville a son Albert Eugene Haskett and his wife Janice of beards Fork a daughter in Law Lena Haskett of Cannelton 37 grandchildren 35 great grandchildren and eight great great grandchildren. Services will be la . Wednesday at Tyree funeral Home Chapel Oak Hill with revs. Rita Pell Phyllis Bowling and Donald Hedrick officiating. Burial will follow in High Lawn memorial Park Oak Hill. Friends May Call from 7 . To 9 . Today at the funeral Home. Grandsons will serve As pallbearers. Arrangements by Tyree funeral Home Oak Hill. Janeth m. Hicks Oceana Janeth Marie Hicks 58, died sunday nov. 20,1994. Services will be la . Wednesday at first Church of god Oceana. Friends May Call from 6 30 to 8 30 . Today at the Church. Arrangements by Evans and Evans funeral directors Oceana. Evelyn m. Holley Ansted a mrs. Evelyn Mary Holley 80, died sunday nov. 20, 1994, in a Beckley Hospital following a Long illness. Born oct. La 1914, at Lookout she was the daughter of the late Henry and Julia Sevy Bays. Mrs. Holley was a member of the Ansted Baptist Church Eastern Star Ansted chapter no. 134, White shrine and was retired from Hawks nest state Park. She was preceded in death by her husband Lacy Mack Holley on april 17, 1968 two sister Virginia Florence Parks and Elizabeth Wiggins and a brother Marvin Bays. Survivors include a sister Mabel Williams of Lookout also several nieces and nephews. Services will be la . Wednesday in a Wallace and Wallace Chapel in Ansted with Rev. Don Walker officiating. Burial will follow in rest Awn memory gardens Victor. Friends May Call from 7 . To 9 . Today at Wallace and Wallace funeral Home Chapel Ansted where an Eastern Star service will be held by the Ansted chapter no. 134at8p.m. In lieu of Flowers donations of sympathy May be made to the alzheimer a disease research 15825 Shady Grove Road suit 140, Rockville my. 20850 or the Ansted Baptist Church. Arrangements by Wallace and Wallace funeral Home. Ansted. Joann m. Honaker Hinton a Joann Mann Honaker 68, of 814 Summers st., died monday nov. 21, 1994, in a Charleston Hospital following a Short illness. Arrangements by Ronald Meadows funeral Parlours Hinton. John j. Mullaney John James Mullaney 93, of 206 Earhart st., Beckley died sunday nov. 20,1994, in a Beckley Hospital following a Short illness. Arrangements by Rose and Quesenberry funeral Home Beckley. Leonard e. Neely Lerona a Leonard e. Neely 78, died sunday nov. 20, 1994, in Princeton Hospital. Born aug. 12,1916, at Lerona he was the son of the late Lewis a. And Josie Farley Neely. Or. Neely was educated in Mercer county was a retired Carpenter and Farmer and was a world War ii . Army Veteran. He was a member of the Cooke a Chapel Baptist Church Pipestem. He was preceded in death by his wife Vera Elizabeth a a Polly Anderson Neely a daughter june Elizabeth Keaton and a son James Randolph Neely. Survivors include a son Emory r. Neely and his wife Janice of Charleston . Two laughters mrs. David Joyce Coburn and mrs. John Mary Jane Dye both of Princeton four Sisters Mamie Farley Thelma Snider and Charlotte White All of Princeton and Eula Williams of Lerona two Brothers Arthur and Roy Neely both of Princeton 13 grandchildren and one great grandchildren. Services will be 2 . Wednesday at Burns Wornal Chapel of memorial funeral directory Athens rd., Princeton with Rev. Orville Harvey officiating. Burial will follow in Rocky mount cemetery Pipestem. Graveside services will be conducted by the Sandy River District american legion Post 175 of Bradshaw and the Mercer county veterans Council. The family May be contacted at the Home of or. Neely in Lerona. Friends May Call from 6 . To 9 . Today at the funeral Home. Grandsons will serve As pallbearers. Arrangements by memorial funeral directory Princeton. Elora f. Persinger Elora Frances Persinger 77, of Stanaford died monday nov. 21, 1994 in a Beckley Hospital following a Long illness. Arrangements by Ritchie and Johnson funeral parlor Beckley. James tanks Brooklyn . A James tanks 55, formerly of Beckley died Friday nov. La 1994 in a Brooklyn Hospital following a Long illness. Born aug. 4, 1939, at Killavey he was the son of the late Ernest and Hilda tanks. Or. Tanks retired from the Long Island Hopper company. Survivors include six Brothers Ernest tanks or. And Alphonso tanks both of Detroit midi., Leon tanks of Cleveland Ohio Larry tanks of Mariana Valley calif., Jerry tanks of Roanoke a. And Tyrone tanks of Richmond va., and three Sisters Ernestine Dozier of Beckley Juanita a Patty Ross of Beckley and Leigh a Flo to Penny of Alexandria a. The body was cremated. Graveside rites were held thursday nov. 17, in the Brooklyn cemetery new York. Arrangements by Community funeral Home 251 Dekalb ave., Brooklyn . Submitted by Ritchie and Johnson funeral parlor Beckley. Rain aids state Crews fighting Brush fires the associated press Forest Crews returned to fighting Brush fires monday just hours after High winds forced them to abandon their efforts state forestry officials said. Crews left behind 43 fires earlier monday As winds gusted up to 48 Mph said assistant state forester Alan Miller in Charleston. A they pulled people. They just do anything a Miller said monday. A when the winds Are that High that a when you Back off. You done to try to get ahead of fires have damaged More than 6,000 acres since sunday afternoon Miller said. More than 30,000 acres have burned since oct. 28, according to state estimates. Rains Early monday put out one fire in Lincoln county and reduced others to embers in Mcdowell Wyoming and Lincoln counties Miller said. Fires in Kanawha Logan Mingo Boone Raleigh Nicholas Clay and Randolph counties soldered or were under control monday forestry officials said. A the rain has knocked them Down but we re continuing to work on the fire lines a said forester Dave Lilly in Buckhannon. A a we re afraid the Rains will pass and the winds will pick up again. With a Little bit of wind they could its seamless Gutter a roofing a remodelling a siding amp soffit a painting a replacement windows since 1975 �wvoos34o 252-3043 local obituary information dial 255-6178 sponsored by Blue Ridge funeral Homes Paul h. Flanagan vice resident Blue Ridge memorial gardens Paul w. Roop manager Pioneer woman fighter Pilot buried at Arlington cemetery the a associated press Washington a under Gray Rainy skies with the Navy Stop brass in attendance a Pioneer woman fighter Pilot was Laid to rest monday in a quiet military ceremony. Not a word was spoken As an Honor guard carried the Silver coffin of it. Kara Hultgreen to her grave in Arlington National cemetery where America buries its military heroes. An earlier service had been held in san Antonio. A bugler played taps the Navy band played a America the Beautiful and a Rifle team fired three volleys in tribute. Hultgreen 29, one of the first two women to qualify for Navy Carrier operations in the f-14a Jet fighter crashed in the Pacific Ocean on oct. 25, about 50 Miles off san Diego. The cause of the crash is still to be determined. Since the Accident faceless accusers have conducted a Campaign with Anonymous faxes and Telephone Calls painting her As unqualified and receiving special treatment by a Navy wanting to prepare women for combat. But her Mother Sally Spears produced Navy records that showed Hultgreen was rated above average. A it certainly hurts me to have to listen to that kind of thing a Spears told the san Diego Union Tribune. A she had some really Good Days and some really bad Days. The scores show that. But her total Grade was slightly above before she left the grave site is. Spears lightly touched the coffin and then gave a Long glance Back All the while clutching the Flag that had covered it. Navy Secretary John Dalton and . Stanley Arthur vice chief of naval operations spoke briefly with her. She was comforted too by two other daughters Kirsten and Dagny Spears and her first husband Tor Hultgreen who was there with his current wife sue. The records show that in july Hultgreen received an Overall Carrier qualification score of 3.10 on a scale of 4, ranking her third among the seven pilots in her class All of whom qualified according to Navy capt. Mark Grissom who commands All fighter operations in the Pacific Fleet. Grissom substantiated the records and called the Campaign of allegations to newsrooms and radio talks shows a a despicable and a she did not qualify with marginal grades. She was in there swinging with the Best of them a Grissom said. Hultgreen a f-14 crashed As she was preparing to land on a Carrier. Grissom said there was a some indication of a problem with the left 53 years later Japan apologizes associated press Tokyo a almost 53 years after the fact the foreign ministry apologized monday for not warning that it was at War with the United states before attacking Pearl Harbor. A formal notice breaking off talks designed to Avert War a a virtual declaration of hostilities a was delivered almost an hour after the Surprise dec. 7, 1941, attack which killed 2,400 people and destroyed 120 . Planes and 19 ships in the air raid on the . Pacific Fleet. The apology was made after documents were declassified sunday that said the foreign ministry had blundered by not warning Japan a embassy in Washington that it needed to communicate the declaration urgently. A it is extremely regrettable that such a thing happened which we consider inexcusable a said ministry spokesman Tarusuke Terada. Previously the delay in the notice had been blamed Only on clerical mishandling by Washington staffers. Folsom death treated As homicide Morgantown apr a Wetzel county Man was apparently killed then left in his Home for several months before his body was found by state police authorities said monday. The badly decomposed body discovered nov. 14 was identified As Timothy a. Good age unknown of Folsom said or. James Frost assistant state medical examiner. Trooper . Armstrong in Hundred said the death was being considered a homicide based on frosts report and other information authorities had discovered. Frost declined to release other details. Good had been dead for several months but Armstrong declined to discuss the cause of death or other parts of the investigation. A a we re diving into it head first a Armstrong said. The body was discovered after an unidentified Man called state police and said he found the remains after he broke into the log Home. A Lien on the Home and property was sold last year by the sheriffs department because of Back taxes. Neighbor George Anderson said last week that Good occasionally stopped by his Home to eat and watch television. 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