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Bluefield Daily Telegraph (Newspaper) - April 21, 1968, Bluefield, West Virginia 2 Blu film daily tri graph sunday april 21, 1968 _ _ a. It n f m if a a mp/6/76 Trudeau sworn in As Canada s prime minister to stake Job on june vote Ottawa a Pierre Elliott Trudeau a casual 48-year-old French Canadian Bachelor was sworn in saturday As the nations 15th prime minister. He named a caretaker Cabinet and deaths and funerals mrs. Florence Pierce mrs. Florence r. Pierce 73, of Boissevain va., died Satur. Day morning at the Home of hinted he would stake his new daughter mrs Nancy John. Job in an election probably in june. The son of a Montreal millionaire Trudeau was picked by the Liberal party two weeks ago to replace Lester 3. Pearson 70, who is retiring. After the saturday ceremony Pearson said he would go Home a put my feet up and watch the hockey Trudeau a oath taking con ducted in French by gov. Gen. Roland Michener was pushed up from monday on less than 24 hours notice in a move Trudeau said would permit him to Call an election As soon As june 17. Constant struggle he would do so to capitalize on his own expanding popularity and rid himself of the minority government that made the legislative process a constant struggle for Pearson. A there will be an Trudeau said. But he added that june 17. The Date most frequent by mentioned had a no special appeals and that another Day in the month is possible. Technically Trudeau is not required to risk his Job until 1970. In making Cabinet appointments. Trudeau acknowledged Ston in Boissevain following Long illness. Born at Goodwell she was a daughter of the late John and mrs. Douglas Blackburn mrs. Douglas Jean Blackburn 37, of Kimball died saturday at 9 . In Bluefield sanitarium following a Long illness. Bom in Welch May 21, 1930, she was a daughter of Oscar Belcher of Welch and mrs. Lucy infant Smith Janice Charlene Smith 14-Day-old daughter of Winfred and Thelma Smith of pounding Mill va., died in a Richlands va., Hospital saturday morning following a Short illness. Additional survivors include Tennant of Washington d. Two Sisters. Christine and Judy 7 t rare or and was she was a member of the hous Hythe to of Sevasin Tan methodist Church at Kimball a member of the Boissevain of Baptist Church. Survivors include three sons Floyd Rethford of Freeeman George Rethford of Moyock n. C., and John ret Fork of Chil Howie a. Nine daughters mrs. Myrtle Harkrader of front Royal va., mrs. Nancy Johnston of Boissevain mrs. Slvia Ratliff of Bluewell mrs. Mable King of Bedford. Ohio mrs. Bessie sen ter of Cleveland. Ohio mrs. Eastern Star no 112 of Kim Ball. Other survivors include her1 husband Douglas Blackburn j two sons Robert l. And Doug j Las Blackburnjr. Two Daugh j ters Carol Ann and Barbara Blackburn of the Home and one sister mrs Bonnie Gattuso of Kimball. Funeral services will be con j ducted monday at 1 . At the crime fiction hard to write Budapest apr according to the hungarian communist party journal Nep Szabad Sag it is difficult to write Western Type hard hitting detective fiction in communist lands. The paper reviewed a recent hungarian murder mystery which despite its Snappy title a the Mummy puts a word in a received Low grades. A a let a face it. Good mysteries will hardly be produced in a socialist country like Hungary a the paper said. It explained that for a Good detective Story one or two solid murders were needed and asked a Why would anyone Here want to murder a Low bracket Smith three Brothers Paul Daniel and Wendell Smith All of the Home and maternal step grandmother mrs. Bendie Smith of Raven a. Funeral services will be conducted monday at 11 . At the Macedonia Baptist Church on red Oak Ridge with elders Oscar Pruett and Witten Sparks of j pensioner woman for instance Ficia Ting. Burial will follow in j a murder is committed for big the Simmons cemetery. Money Mammoth inheritances the body will be removed j jewels and the like and we have from the Hurst Scott funeral none of these moneyed types in Home in Richlands to the Home our communist society a the a a looted Prokip Tolion net indicated cantal to afoul in the appalachian southward to the Central and Western Gulf states and Section of Southern Plains. Rain mixed with Snow is due in parts of the Rockies. A wire photo National Outlook a occasional rain is forecast today for Southern new England and the Middle Atlantic states. A band of showers and thundershowers is expected to develop mini Houstan methodist Church with of her parents at 1 . Today j per said. Of Stephenson. Mrs. Shirley Rev. A. H. Roe and Rev. Elmer Shrewsberry of Knox ind. And Wilson offrim Tang. Bunal w.11-mrs. Lucille Taylor of Lorain Ohio four Brothers Hubert Carver of Norfolk va., Porter Carter of Crane week. Freeland Carver of Freeman and Lee Carver of Coopers one sister. Mrs. Helen Rose of Bluefield 61 grandchildren and 41 great grandchildren. Funeral services will be conducted monday at 2 . At the Boissevain Baptist Church with that they had a temporary look j or ted r. officiating. Bur ial will follow in Woodlawn cemetery at Bluewell. Friends May Call at the Pocahontas Union funeral Home from 2 to 10 . Sunday. Pallbearers will be grandsons and members of the Boissevain Baptist Church choir will be Flower bearers. Oscar Mcculley Oscar Kyle Mcculley 62, of Warriormine died saturday morning at his Home. Born at Indian Springs Tenn., he was a son of the late s. N. And Julia roller Mcculley. He was a retired employee of he kept his old Post As Justice minister but said Donald s. Macdonald one of six ministers a without portfolio would handle the Job. Two rivals the most important a bang a involved two of Trudeau a rivals for the prime minister. Mitchell Sharp 56, the former finance my Oister took Paul Martins Iob As foreign minister while Martin. 64, was named minister without portfolio. . Benson 44. Moved into the finance Post. A a Here were several Quebec men in the new Cabinet. Trudeau is against French Canadian separatism and his popularity in his own province is in Many cases not As great As in the rest of the nation. Raised in Montreal by his French Canadian father and scottish Canadian Mother Trudeau attended French schools. Pearson did not attend Trudeau s swearing in. Leaving government House after formally submitting his resignation. Wavu adopts grading system Morgantown a the Chapel of War sunday Iran 5 West Virginia University Board a until 9 of of governors decided saturday be taken to the Church one hour to adopt a limited pass fail Grad prior to Low in Roselawn memorial Gar dents Princeton pallbearers Connie Mabry m. T Jones Joseph Gonzalez Tony Larkin Jack White John Borosky. Carlyle Chewning and Kermit Grogan. Members of the Eastern Star 112 will carry Flowers. Friends May Call at fanning funeral Home in Welch Between 5 and 9 . Today. The body will be placed in the Church one hour prior to the service. A Story with real punch mrs. Nola Morgan needs Guy Able to de mrs. Nola Morgan of Charles acct the background of the Mur ton formerly of Asco Mcdowell Der but it als0 needs a narrow county died saturday in a minded detective inspector who Charleston Hospital following a Vajnik tries t0 Ive the Case Short illness. And we surely have no one like Alfred of Neal Alfred of Neal. 68, of big Sandy. Roderfield died saturday in a Welch Hospital following a lingering illness. Bom in Roderfield he was a son of the late Eliza Terry and Taylor of Neal. He had been a lifelong resident of Mcdowell county and was a retired Miner. He was a member of United mine workers of America local 6026 of Coalwood. Survivors include his wife mrs. Ollie of Neal one sister Olga oaf a. A vet a a the body is at fanning funeral Home in Welch pending the completion of arrangements. Sarah Wright Leedy Sarah Louise Wright Leedy 62, of Yards va., died saturday night at her Home following a Long illness. The body is at Dudley memorial mortuary in Bluefield a pending the completion of arrangements. Him on the hungarian police ran of world War ii. He was a member of the United mine workers of America local 6026. Survivors include his wife mrs. Mary Branscome Mcculley two Sisters mrs. Jack Ester of Lawtey. Fla., and mrs James e. Bridwell of Kingsport Tenn. One brother j. R. Mcculley of Blountville Tenn. Funeral services will be conducted monday at 1 . At Calvary Baptist Church of War with Rev. W. H. Johnson and Rev. Margaret Carter of the Home and mss. Floyd Mae Kupchik of Thomasville n. Five sons Richard of Neal of twin Branch Dewey o Neal of Bluefield William Billy and Alfred of Neal of Cleveland Ohio two Stepsons Elzie and Earl Warner of big Sandy one stepdaughter mrs. Lorraine Spriggs of Thomasville 28 grandchildren and three great grandchildren. Funeral services will be con at the ing system for juniors and seniors at the University beginning in the fall. Under the new system upperclassmen May take one course a semester outside their major a object areas in which they will either pass or fail rather than ial will follow in Grandm re a a Gerald memory gardens on Bluefield Church official no Buria will Tazewell Road. Follow in Iaeger memorial Cem friends May Cau at Douglas Roder iced pallbearers James Hall Billy Phillips. Sylvester Willard. John Coldiron Ricky Vance and Jack Yost. The body will be removed from fanning funeral Home in Welch to the residence at 2 . Today. Clarice Mills Clarice Mills 75, of Odd. Died Friday night at 9 30 in the Clinch Valley clinic in Richlands following a Short illness due to a stroke. Born at lash meet. She was a daughter of the funerals Bluefield Man held in theft nut growers in discussion weather by the associated press High Low or. Albany Clear. 70 46 Albuquerque Clear. 71 33 Atlanta Clear. 82 65 Bismarck Clear. 56 41 Bluefield Clear 79 50 Boise Cloudy. 50 22 Boston Cloudy. 50 44 Buffalo Cloudy Sexton mrs. Martha sue 118 Poplar St., Bluefield today at 2 . At Dudley memorial mortuary in Bluefield va., with Rev Allen Morrison officiating. Burial will follow in Maple Hill cemetery. Pallbear-1 ers Jess Roten Tracy French j. R. Brown Timothy Clarence Walter Forrest and Forrest Rutherford or. A 28 year old Bluefield Man was being held in the Bluefield City jail saturday night following the theft of an automobile earlier saturday. Police said Walter h. Giber of son was arrested and charged with armed robbery about 10 . Saturday less than two hours after the Auto was allegedly stolen from Ralph l. Sexton of East Wayne Street Bluefield. Giberson was arrested by state trooper a. Stanley after Bluefield patrolman Manuel Giam Pocaro and sgt. R. E. Lee surrounded the Auto on the old Grayson Turnpike just outside the City limits police said. The owner of the car told pol-1 ice it was taken from him at gunpoint they said. Washington a about 15 Virginia and North Carolina Peanut growers met with agriculture department officials saturday to discuss ways of bettering the governments Peanut program., the meeting was one of a ser j ies that has bean going on the past three months involving j Cleveland Clear Peanut growers from throughout the South a department spokes Man Clear. James Thigpen. It rec a of. The departments stabilization1 staff for oils and peanuts said a a we be been looking at the present program and ways to modify .06 74 41 75 49 Helena Cloudy. Honolulu Cloudy. Indianapolis Clear. Jacksonville Cloudy Juneau Clear he said the growers discussed j Kansas City Clear the departments Market and Price quota program but that a we did no to decide on los Angeles Clear Louisville Clear Memphis Cloudy Thornhill mrs. Elsie Marguerite 2905 Bland rd., Bluefield today at 2 . At Hawkins funeral Chapel in Bluefield with Rev. Frank sch Wall and or. Primitive Delga ,. Do officiating. Burial will Fol Mccoy ids Glelis Low in Monte Vista Park cemetery. Wimmer William Preston 79, of 900 Highland ave., Bluefield today at 2 . At Mercer funeral Chapel with Rev. Rhudy Hearn officiating. Burial will follow at Bailey family cemetery at Green Valley. Pallbearers Frank Foster Mason Meadows Raymond Meadows. Perry Winfrey James Kelly Jack Bucci Richard Dyer and Steve Watts. Granddaughters and nieces will carry Flowers. Receive a traditional Grade let late or. And mra. Walter Whit ter she was proceeded in death by a purpose of this new grading her husband Emerson Mills in system a said Wavu president 1962. James g. Harlow a is to encourage undergraduate students to take elective courses and thus of broaden their the Board also gave final approval to plans to establish a cooperative wildlife research unit in the College of agriculture and forestry and a cooperative fisheries unit in the biology depart she is survived by three daughters mrs. Ama swim of Richlands. Mrs. Mason Fink and mrs. Olga Bammer of Pember i ton eight grandchildren 17 great grandchildren two Brothers Dale White of Richmond va., and James White of new Mexico three Sisters Lotis Thompson of Matoaka mrs. Brookie Walker and mrs. Ruby Grover c. Move Grover Cleveland Moye 77. Of Lerona died saturday morning in the veterans Hospital in Beckley following a Long illness. Born at Spanishburg he was a Veteran of world War ii and a retired Farmer. He is survived by his wife font raft ref a won mrs. Beulah b Moye one son Vui Diioli Usu Tull James e. Moye of Lerona two d to a Flat a. Daughters mrs. Coolidge Foley by Loscut l0ii1 of Lerona and mrs. Homer Brooks. Mrs. Francis Adine 47, of 701 Carolina ave. Bluefield today at 3 30 . At Mercer funeral Chapel with Rev. Glenn Weaver officiating. Burial will follow in Monte Vista Park cemetery. Pallbearers Clyde Owens Jack Graham Ronnie Shelton bad Shelton. Homer Frye and Virgil Shields. -4-j under treatment a 15 year old Mccomas girl remained under treatment in the Bluefield sanitarium saturday night after being admitted to the Hospital at 1 30 . Saturday with a gunshot wound in the Chin. Hospital officials listed Shelia Thomas in Good condition at the Hospital after the Bullet was removed Early saturday morning. State police were conducting an investigation. Mosher on faculty among the items discussed Miami Cloudy. 85 70 were ways of maintaining and Milwaukee Clear. 64 45 . P., Cloudy. 64 49 new Orleans Cloudy 83 68 new York Clear 78 48 okla. City Cloudy Omaha Clear. 61 45 Philadelphia Cloudy 72 47 81 43 66 47 56 42 51 39 58 39 77 52 76 62 40 32 64 55 59 51 improving farm income from peanuts and keeping Peanut prices at a level fair to both producers and Consumers. A Hall of Fame Book is being published new York apr practically every person animal or team that made headlines during the past 30 years in Madison j Salt la. City Snow Square Garden Are included in san Diego Clear. The 96-Page Hall of Fame Book i san fran., Cloudy edited by Joe former sports 1 Seattle Cloudy. 54 36 editor of the new York world Tampa Clear. 76 62 Telegram. The Book Selling for $1.50, contains pictures of Many exit j ing moments in Garden history. It was published soon after j Madison Square Garden Center opened at Pennsylvania station i son charged in fathers death Huntington a an 18-year-old Milton area youth was charged with murder saturday in connection with the fatal shooting of his father Friday night. State trooper h. V. Robinson said George Alvin Woody was lodged in the Cabell county jail and would be Given a preliminary hearing monday. The teen Ager is accused of killing Garland Lee Woody 44, with a .22-caliber Rifle at the Woody Home near Milton. The victim died from two Bullet wounds of the head an autopsy indicated. Robinson said he had not been Able to determine what prompted the shooting. Store Complex plans drawn Sydney apr plans have 74 47 .28 been drawn up for g $2g million 81 67 64 60 62 41 57 45 30 50 47 18 77 52 47 24 85 71 78 57 92 51 71 63 81 67 29 51 53 59 82 69 .16 .47 .51 .01 .12 .07 .55 .01 .30 .47 .99 Phoenix Cloudy Pittsburgh Cloudy a tend me., Cloudy a tend. Ore., Cloudy rapid City Cloudy Richmond Cloudy. St. Louis Clear. Washington Cloudy Winnipeg a missing .11 .15 .06 .01 .41 .01 79 m Bluefield police probe car theft Bluefield police were conduct Laurie Battle runs for office Fredericksburg a Laurie c. Battle of Fairfax county finally let go his political . Shopping Complex with an 850-foot Tower in the heart of Sydney. Work on the project now before the Sydney City commissioners for approval is scheduled to begin in 1970. It should take four years to Complete. Announcement of the scheme by the australian Mutual provident society an insurance company was received with great enthusiasm by citizens newspapers and government officials. Amp which said it would have a majority interest announced the plans which in addition to the Tower provide for a 15-Story building with four floors for 220 retail shops and 11 floors of offices. The slender Tower will have a four floor a a Knob at the top containing a revolving restaurant and other tourist facilities a communications Center to radio and other electronic equipment. The scheme planned for a Ruam Vrr in 1 Rapi ing an investigation late Satur hat saturday and officially 70,000 Square foot site provides Chalul Bovi Lizhi a Day night int0 the theft of a 1968 tossed it into the ring for the for overhead and underground ment. Ath Teho a set nov Tbs i a Al a will be Coo Reau of sport fisheries and wild of life will provide $18,000 to each unit the state department of natural resources at least $12,-000 and Wavu $12,000 to $20,000. The Board also scheduled inauguration ceremonies for or. Harlow As the 16th Wavu president for sept. 13-14. Jamestown event scheduled May 12 Bailey funeral Chapel in Princeton with Rev. Kenneth skeens officiating. Burial will follow in the mount Olive cemetery at Lashmeet. Garrett e. Mcknight funeral services for Garrett Edward Mcknight 303 Reese St., Bluefield who died Friday after a Brief illness will be conducted at 2 . Monday in the mount Zion Baptist Church. Rev. Carrolton Jackson will officiate. Burial will follow in the Oak Grove cemetery. A native of Franklin n. C., he had been a resident of Bluefield for the past 56 years. He was a retired employee of the Jamestown it a an address by or. Davis y. Paschall president of the College of William and Mary and an exercise by Wick s Queens guard Drill team will feature Jamestown Norfolk and Western Railroad. Day ceremonies Here May 12. This years program will accent the historic ties Between Jamestown the nations first permanent English settlement be America and William and Aliff of Legrange n. A one brother. James h. Moye of Princeton. Funeral services will be conducted monday at 2 . At the Knob primitive Baptist Church with elder Orville Neely and elder Owen Harvey officiating. Burial will follow in the Rocky mount cemetery at Pipestem. Pallbearers will be b us t e r Lilly a. W. Lamb Oswald Neely Lenard Neely Aubrey Hite Junior Kirk b a s in Wyrick George Keaton. The body will remain at memorial funeral directory in Princeton where friends May Call after 1 . Today. The body will be moved to the Church one hour prior to services. J. Burton j. Burton 91, of 910 Harri los Angeles a a toss of a Coin determined a $1,033,000 contract to build a regional Library in the Norwalk civic Center. When bids were opened it turned out that the r. J. Daum construction co. And the w e. Lyons co. Submitted identical bids for $1,033,000. A i clerk tossed a Coin into the air. Or. Frederick c. Mosher an sex. A a. ,. A in pert on Public administration is now on the faculty of the uni-1 the eagles club in Bluefield. Varsity of California at Berkeley police said the Auto belonging saturday was appointed to theto William Leffel was stolen bet faculty of the Center for advanced studies. Ween 10 30 and 11 of clock saturday night. Your Horoscope Jeane Dixon your birthday today you Are Likely in the coming year to risk your stake in the a Call of a a Heads by the Lyons world Many times by Magnani co. Representative won the toss Mous but imprudent acts dome and the contract. He was a member of the mount Zion Baptist Church serving on the Deacon Board and Gideon 300 club. Surviving Are his wife. Mrs. A a tw0 daughters. Mrs. R o s a Marguerite Mcknight one american Ballet will tour Japan new York a american Ballet theater will make a three week tour of Japan this fall. Sept. 14-oct. 4. A company including its son died saturday morning at musical and technical staffs. 7 30 . At the Denmar Hospi i win toky0t Kokura. Fukuoka and Osaka. American Ballet theater which has performed in 37 countries during 14 International Tours will be appearing in Japan for the first time. Tal at Beard following a Long illness. He was born at Arista the son of the late John and Martha Belcher Burton. He is survived by his wife Martha Burton of Princeton one son. Chesley Burton of rom daughter mrs. Dorothy Craft Silver Springs my. Two Sisters mrs. Josephine Perry and mrs. Leah Perry. Lewisburg. N. Six grandchildren and one great grandchild. Members of the missionary society and wives of the Dea Morota by tax duly printing a .,1 re flu arc St. 11 bid a net Bluefield w a. Cons we carry Woots. Mary. The 361st anniversary of the Landing of the English settlers coincides this year with the col it get a 275th anniversary year. Bluefield daily Telegraph Ota busted us. Pub labed member or the associated pallbearers Earl Mcglothlin ss.�?T2p�i� is William Miller Marahall Harris Una thew end Tad the this paper and David Johnson w. M. Dixon and Gorge younger. By Cantor Dally and sunday 90o per of Wendi May Cali at Sinkford Quot a 5ta�?o and Richardson funeral Home go vhf Jfoss g so in Bluefield after 5 . Today. The body will be placed in the Church one hour prior to the Pendleton of Princeton and Bethel Leader to mrs. Ralph Hale of pin Evite. He was a member of the he was a member of the r a a. A a. Am Princeton masonic Lodge of Peak Al Nusl Allt and am a member of the East cation Mamba audit bar a a of Ore la in Pray Fatte of Kat a they me. Ssz41t1 service. Ern Star and belonged to he Princeton Post of the old guards. Funeral services will be conducted monday at 11 . At the Bailey funeral Chapel with or. J. Fisher officiating. Burial will follow in the Roselawn memorial gardens. Pallbearers will be Ben Pendleton Harold Farley Tommy Macfarland Bill Edmunds Tommy Carter and Bill me j a Daughterty. Mrs. William Bandy Lay Leader of the Bethel ame Church of Bluefield will be the guest speaker at the first ame Church on Pulaski Street at 3 . Today. The women in White of the Church will conduct the devotions with the youth choir providing the music. Difficult adjustments Between physical needs and personal ambition will have to be made something has to give. There will be uncertainty As to How much backing you will receive from society. Today a natives tend to pleasant personalities rising above Petty Levels Early in life. Aries mar. 21-apr. 19 this sunday is most rewarding to those who hold their tempers in Check. Be pleasant to All a a smile costs Only the slightest Effort. Taurus apr. 20-May 20 anything you do or done to do today will Likely be misconstrued so just play it straight. Be candid but with a smile no edges on your words. Gemini May 21-june 20 you May not be in much of a mood for social doings. Putter around the House or just loaf for a min vacation. There will be Opportunity for other things in the Virgo aug. 23-sept. 22 travel is Apt to be inconvenient today. Contact with people May \ be abrasive a keep your Dis a Tance hold your Tongue. Relax Early read or watch a Good show. Libra sept. 23-oct. 22 there is a time and a season for All things. And for your today is the time for Economy both of Money and of words about it. Go to a party or a Good show in the evening. Scorpio oct. 23-nov. 21 tact is the keyword for today As it is Likely that you Are right in your Side of the debate. Moderation is also very much in order. Rest Early nov. 22 dec. 21 you May observe that most people Are so troubled with their own concerns that Church is neglected. There san extra Mes Sage in the service. Walk done to ride. Capricorn dec. 22-Jan. 19 unless you have events Well planned today is Likely to give you an awkward feeling. Done to crowd other people Loo closely there is an Odd mood in the 8th District democratic Nomina Tion for Congress. Battle former Alabama congressman who now is staff director for the House rules committee became the first formally announced candidate for the nomination at the convention Here May 4. Others May a or May not a come Forth in the next two weeks. At least five other persons have been mentioned As possible aspirants for the nomination to oppose Republican rep William l. Scott in november. The five Are Andrew j. Mccutcheon former Richmond Newspaperman and former aide to two Virginia congressmen Leesburg mayor Kenneth roller and three Fairfax county residents a school Board chairman William Hoffnagle supervisor Joseph Alexander Warren Quenstedt who ran unsuccessfully for Congress once when Fairfax was part of the 10th District. Pedestrian Cross mrs. At 85j feet the Tower would be 134 feet Shorter than the Eiffel Tower in Paris. The worlds highest Tower in Moscow is 1,680 feet. Newspapers said the development should lure shoppers Back to downtown Sydney. Ray on list continued from Page 1 Glary forgery of a postal Money order and unauthorized use of a motor vehicle. He has been confined in the los Angeles county jail two state prisons in Illinois and the . Penitentiary at Leavenworth Kan. Or. King was killed by a single shot from a Large Caliper Rifle while he stood on the Balcony of his Motel room. Tie Bullet reportedly came from a cheap Rooming House about 200 feet away. Ray not so identified until Friday has been sought since the Day of the killing which sparked racial riot in More than 100 cities. Hera s min boost you read about in life it you 18 june 21-july 22 emotional Clements Are my spend the Day people them stick to your usual prac has tical approaches. Pay attention to that sudden Hunch when it save a leave Leo july 23-aug. 22 argument with those you love could Early fossils he provoked today by almost the earliest fossils of ele any stimulus. Since your Gener Phant like animals were found i 0us nature will forgive when its friends May Call at the Funer in Egypt and Are estimated to Over do the for giving first and Al Home after 4 p. M. Today. I be about 50 million years old. Avo i the crisis altogether. While but do not linger. Drive with exceptional care or use Public transit. Pisces Reb. 19-mar. 20 Church today serves As a Means of avoiding needless scrapes with other people. Divert the Energy into checking your Home for hazards insurance coverage and Security. A who to choose your family memorial As your Seamark Rock of Ages authorized dealer wed be Happy to give you a free copy Bluefield Monument company located in the heart of Blu opioid Virginia see what you buy largest display in the entire area also Bronsa markers Par Tho Gordon camat Erias

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