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Bluefield Daily Telegraph (Newspaper) - August 4, 1954, Bluefield, West Virginia Wednesday Morning, August 4, 1954 BLUEFIELD DAILY TELEGRAPH, BLUEF1ELD, W. VA—PAGE THREE Body Of Second Drowning Victim Recovered From River; Double Rites Today Locate Boy Near Plant Building ficiate. Interment will follow in Elkhorn. with Father Kulman- Deaths And. Funerals Ezra M. Walker Dies On Tuesday Oak Grove Cemetery. kasky in charge. Interment will Mr. Manns was born May 22 1931 be in Woodlawn Cemetery t McDowell. W. Va. the son of Mr    - Harry Manns and Odessa Cousins Manns. He had been a resident of Dulles Says Reds Null Korea Truce Weather J. WILLIAM BAILEY J. William Bailey, 53, former ÜeLary,,    Dulles    charged    to-    showers. The body of the second victim or a drowning tragedy in Giles county Monday was recovered early yesterday morning about a mile from the scene of the drowning.      _.....     _    _         ^ discovei'e,d the body Ezra M. Walker. 82. 502 Straley land "was a Voter n* of Korean there late yeTt’erday Vfternron.^He !uan.1a1rrilistiCj' hut he held that Rinff Eugene Moms, 11. of Ave„ Princeton, died at Memorial War, serving seventeen months of was at work w'hen stricken 1 violations do not justify resum-fv!- xr . o •’ « 11 H°ated down Hospital yesterday at 5 p.m. He active service overseas. He was He was the son of ex-Sheriff R    « wai\ . * 2ivei near the Celanese lived in Princeton for 44 years a member of the St. John Baptist Henry Bailey of Narrows who is    Dulles said the    Reds hav e dehb- pump house near Pearls- and was owner and operator of Church.    now    critically    ill at his home irately obstructed the work of the the Walker Shoe and Harness His survivors are his parents,! Survivors, besides his wife in- mission and°protabW have Maryland: Mostly sunny, high    cloudy, high 82-88 Wednesday, scat- 82-88 Wednesday thundershowers    tercd showers or thundershowers in mountains Wednesday night,    Wednesday afternoon and night, vu » surwpTrtv    *    ,    e    ffi!!Eaday Vrm J*thfr bu«?id-    Thursday scattered showers thun- WASHINGTON,    Aug. 3    Sec-    showers and scattered thunder-    dershowers little change in tern- i Pageton for the past twenty years, resident of Narrows who recently d,aY ihS Communists have clearly He attended Gary High School.! moved to Roanoke, died suddenly violat*d s.°™e terms of the 1      _      .    -mw______ki  _«    .    ,    -    .    r A Q n ormictiefl Kllf Ka UaM Virginia: Mostly fair, high 82-88 Ko- Wednesday chance of thundershowers extreme southwest late plant burg. Va Twenty - y€aJ’ ?ld Edward Shop there. .. ...    ,    —-    -    —    ~™    .•"*'*    uiivu    mci    c.    j    Odessa Counsins Mxniis and    «    dmtffhtAr    p    i — ,    kivwhv.,,»    »c ShT "va,so..of iii G*fc,y* tbe Mr, Walker was born at Me- Harry Manns Sr., three sisters: >jennings 0f Mt Hollv N J and Hp « »Irpower beyond the lim-    ........ . other victim, drowned while at- i Comas, a son of the late Burrel Miss Kattie Manns, employed at onp ¿vandaon    lt5    tllowed under the 1953 cease    cloudy, showers in morning little! Boston tempting to pull the boy from the and Victoria McComas Walker of Lakin State Hospital. Lakin; Mrs.        fire    * per ature. TEMPERATURES WASHINGTON. Aug. 3 Wednesday. Thursday warm hu- Weather Bureau report J temper-mid. scattered showers and thun- Rture and rainfall for the 24 hours dershowers.    ending 7 p.m.: West Virginia:    Partly    cloudv high 78-84 east 84-92 west scattered Asheville thundershowers Wednesday after- Atlanta noon and night. Thursday rather BLUEFIELD .    ...    —---------,„*»u    ......w    wv-v*.    ,, 9l-n    _    change in temperature.    Chicago swift liver. His body was recov- Matoaka. He is survived by his Mildred Jones. 'Bluefield, and ¡0WZJ brothersand    v^,    of    th,e    Ct>mmuni£    atti-    Ohio:    Partly cloudy, scattered Cincinnati ^nia5out*tw?llouP !at«rby the wife, the former Muss Rosa F. Miss Marie Manns. Pageton, and «Stanley Ra.Uv $    tude*    PUl.les    told    a    new*    confer-    showers and thundershowers, high Dallls Gik^ County Life Saving Squad.    Bailey, whom he married Dec. 28, one    brother, Robert, also of Page- «    ‘tannin«*« Wafl»v nf    5    favors    Swedes and Switz- 86-94 Wednesday. Thursday con- Denver ¡r.i?LyoungeLboy*apparSnTt»y    1889- and one daughter. Mrs.¡ton.    »    m Rafiev J Stt.h,..5    d**•    erland’s request that they be per- siderable cloudiness little cooler/Jacksonville into deeP, swift water and Hamb- Willie Flummer, of Norfolk, Vr.1 The body will be removed from f? Bail^of Pittsburgh. Pa.: ■ muted    1    - lin had swum to his aid when a ‘sister ‘and“three‘ brothers’ pre“-j the“Lugos‘'Funeraf Service'U)'the -    «earifSirg    and both were swept under the water. c«,ded him in death.    church    one    hour    prior    to    the    serv-    Johnson of Narrows. Mrs. Another youth, 10 - year - old    body    will    be    taken    to    the    ice. w v».». .~v    Grover C    Johnson of Roanoke; Glen Pvoy Ramos, was pulled from j homrthis afternoon.*“*”* ~ I ‘^Pallbearer* will be Early Dalton JJr*. S W^ Chase of Norfolk, the river by Hamblin’s wife, but; Funeral services will be tomor- John Bailey, Bernard Jones. ™rs C. L. Seagle of Crewe. Mrs. she was unable to reach the other j row m0rninfe at 10:30 at the James Hale. Lakin Rucker and Clyde Day of Bluefield, W. Va.,.    _    ^    ,    .         tmu    __    ruumu-luu W ®be 4 sis_ home, conducted by Elder Kilby. Archie Floyd.    rJu# P w    att ^ Po^10 ®eacb-    wilfcb    also    included    Wednesday    and Thursday, chance Pittsburgh terjof Ramos.    Arrangements    will    be completed Those who are furnishing cars Cahf^, Mrs.^^K. R. Shumate of [^P^e5entative of Communist Po- of scattered thundershowers north- Richmond to quit the Supervisory showers east in morning.    Loc Angeles Commission which is assigned to) Kentucky; Rather hot Wednes- Louisville check conditions on both sides of day and Thursday, scattered thun- Memphis the armistice line.    derstorms mostly in afternoon and Miami Inspection Halted    bigl! WednMda-v    SrIeaDI tt ., J. .    ...    UK)    west    90-96    east.    New York He said Red restrictions on the Tennessee:    Mostly fair, hot Philadelphia The double drownings occurred jjy Memorial Funeral Directory, in a treacherous stretch of water    -- about a mile from the Pearlsburg city limits, where Clendenin Creek empties into New River. HIRAM HILL Hiram Hill, 87, a retired farmer of Lerona. died at the home of his are requested to be at the resi- Narrows, Mrs. E. J. Seay of dence at 1 p.m.    Kenova, W. Va., and Mrs. Stewart MRS. TILLIE JEFTAZEK    Formosi. iS    somewhere Mrs. Tillie Jeftazek, 67, of Funeral arrangements will be chiid    ,was    ^ne    of    son. Archie Hill, at Lerona. yes-    Upland, died at    her home Monday    announced    later    from    Oakev’s in terday at 1:55 p.m. He was born    at 12:30 p.    m.    after    a lingering    Roanoke. Clarence    Moiiis of    Bluff    City.    ¡n North Carolina a son of the    illness. Double    funeral services    will    be    jate Merida and Betty Clery Hilli    She was    born in    Russia and    MRS.    SUSIE    8WECKER : Seattle Partly Washington held today at 2 o’clock at the was oorn in of North Carolina. He "was pre- came to the United States in 1913. ma3e T lS5ibleV*S*’ln.Kct'    Sm    mncisco Northern Korea, particularly since Western Pennsvlvama they have built up new supply, ~—--------- routes which they do not permit the Swiss and Swedes to inspect. In answering questions, he also: 1. Chided visiting South Korean President Syngman Rhee for re- High Low Pep 85 64 93 71 83 61 fi7 62 1.32 81 62 83 63 .02 99 79 97 66 95 75 .14 89 63 .11 97 70 88 78 92 75 71 64 1.89 77 66 .92 82 64 .04 90 70 •71, 72 45 ••1 66 52 .05 i 89 71 .02 Mrs. Susie A. Swecker died at marking that “fear and vaccila- Clendenin Holiness Church by the j cedld ¡n death bv his wife Lur- She had been a resident of the home of her daughter, Mrs. | tion’’ were evident in U.S. policv pastor, the Rev. Mrs. Effie Gil-! inda on March 3 1946.    ^UplancL for 20 years. She was a C. E. Donnelly, at Fries. Va., yea-1 toward Asia. Dulles said such com- mer. She will be assisted .by the Ml’. jjjjj was 8' member of the member of St. Mary's Greek 'terda^v evening. She is the mother ments showed a petulance which Rev. Hugh Goodman of Raven. Burial will Cemetery. Pipestem Primitive Pu w,va. ïwmi Runs us Head Tax Man Wild In Garage, Does r . n • t Damages Around $500 PflSOIl Tcriìl Princeton Man Dies Of Attack A heart attack took the life of a young Princeton truck driver yesterday evening as he was making grocery deliveries in West Princeton The victim, Allen Leon Archer. 30. was pronounced dead on arrival at Memorial Hospital In Princeton. Archer’s son. six-year-old Allen Lee Archer, was in the truck cab when his father was stricken. He said the man told him he felt the attack coming on and turned off the ignition, as they drove through the Johnson Town section of West Princeton at about 6 10 p.m. The truck ran into a ditch beside the street and a housewife who van to investigate called Sea-ver Mortuary for an ambulance. Seaver attendants rushed to the scene and administred oxygen in a futile attempt to save /% c’# r'a life. A funeral home spokesman said he was told by Archer’s family that he had not suffered other heart attacks previously. Archer, well knc;vn In the Princeton area, was a part-time truck driver for the Coker Grocery co. in Princeton and was a regular employe of the Celanese Corp. He was a deacon of the Immanuel Baptist C.r*:rch and a member of the Princeton Masonic Lodge 134 AF & AM. • Archer was born in Princeton 1924. a son of Clea and ^        Baptist    Catholic    Church    at    Elkhorn.    2,1T Mrs. H. H. Wassum of 1320 might be attributed to Washing-    NEW    YORK,    Aug. 3 -.4*—1The for- b* m the Goldbond church.    Surviving    are    her    husband.    Uodege Ave.. Bluefield    ton’s heat wave. He added, how- Police said a drunken Pulaski mer bos« ot the nation’s tax col-! June 22 He is survived by three sons: Julian; three daughters, Mrs.! f^n*1‘*i,*Jran|*,nents will be ever that the United States is big Va. youth ran wild thrn>u»h lectors JoseDh D Nunan ir    Coia    Clin®    Archer.    He    was    mar- Thomas of Beckley, Archie and Anna Panasuk. of Detroit; Mrs niade *t Mercer Funeral Home in enough to be tolerant of Rhee’s «.    n    •    *    *    ”    ried    to    Miss    Dorothy    Bowling,    also i Estil of Lerona; three daughters: ¡Julia Alfaro, Detroit: Mrs. Kath- Bluefleid.    remarks since he is a very fine    „    °a!afi*    at the foot of * en d to five years in prison 0f Princeton, on Apr. 5. 1947. Mrs. Etta Wyatt Kelly and Mrs. erine Brown, Northfork:    three    SHERMAN    Mills    patriot.    Fast River Mountain for about ftnd fined $15,000 today as an in- Besides his wife and parents. Lena Goff, both of Pipestem, and sons, Max of Argo. HI.; Henry of Sherman Mills a resident of    2nd    Sharp Note    an hour yesterday evening, ter- come tax cheater.    he    is    survived    by    two    sons.    Allen Mrs. Rosalie WiHs of Hintmi. one Elkhorn, John of Kyle; six grand- the Old Bramwell Road, died last 2. Reported that the United wli1,?/?J1L0(!lcet\s as ye.lled He was convicted of evading h*r ¡sister, Mrs. Jane Hughes Tolbert children and four great grand- night at the Bluefield Sanitarium States has sent a spcond «ham nn\P hurled objects through auto wind- toi om    ,    a    br®ther.    Wanen    Archer,    and    a I of Lester; two brothers. Harmon. I children    j    Slf MUlsTwho had ^n5l f^thS te C^munit Sa^^mTndmg f^di;tirteadli8hts «nd the build- *>!/**    S5*r*    MR,'y    AlCher'    M    °f    Prmc*‘ of Sp€cdw&y. and John, of Aldci The body will be taken to the health for some time had been comoensaiion for    windows.    failuie    to    piopeily    account    ton. iV.'iS eIa," son:. 51 5rt^“-d!eP- 8! home Wednesday at 4 p. m. from admitted to the hospital about a killed or wounded by Red fighter Ttlr 23-vear-oId youth. James for anil Pay hia own taxea em- 1 lie bodv w remain at Rearer line coios in Bluefield S-S_g_t.j great-grandchildren.  _ the Bennett Funeral Home at week ago.    planes. He said this note makes Wesley Dalton, of Route 1. Alum phaslzes his guilt. New Marine Recruiter Assigned To Bluefield Roy W. Ellis, a native of Man. He ’ The"body will be taken to the NorthfoTk*    I    The    bodv    has    been    removed    to fnr*i^ in Lotian home of his son, Archie, at 4 p.m.| Funeral seivlces will be con- the Mercer Funeral Home. ^ ^    m?'dn8j}*r.e:    I today.    _    ...    a a^ ducted Thursday at 1 p. m. at St. | Funeral arrangements have not Sergeant Ellis served In World War II and saw active duty in the Korean conflict. He. his wife and two daughters are living on North Street. City & Coalfield Final Clearance On #11— Summer merchandise at Bradley’s. Many more things added and many more outs. Get One Of Those— HAts for 49 cents at Bradley's, another lot for $1.00, others ud Continental Unit Union Denies For Air Defense FHA Shakedown planes. the point tha the Peiping regime    waJi^d    eral    Judge    Walter . , J _ Mortuary until arrangements aro declared Fed- completed. Funeral services u ill be^ held Mary's    Greek    Catholic    Church, i been    made. tomorrow at 2:30 p.m. at the----------1-- Pipestem Primitive Baptist i Church, by Elder Owen D. Harvey and Elder Orvil E. Neeley. Interment will be in Ellison Cemetery at Pipestem. Pallbearers will be grtmdsons and flower bearers, granddaugh-t/C rs Memorial Funeral Directory, i    i Princeton, is in charge of ar-    WASHINGTON,    Aug.    3    (F—The    WASHINGTON. Aug. 3 rangements.    scattered air defenses of the United House investigators heard directly —    —    States will be placed    under one i conflicting stories today, both un- B.    R. JENNELL    central auttority in    September der oath, on whether an AFT    Egypt.    This    shifts Last rites    will    be held    today for with the establishment    of the Con- Painters Union official shook down    ain’s    best    troops is totally wr ongw henits ays the    «“mated    before    « Wn«^ Jd sSfly tetrS'    " shooting is none of the business of Jl* *** coaxed from the garage, bench.    Riiccail    fniintian the United States because it in 5eu w®s »nested by Patrolman    4    KUSSGII    LOlinildn volved a clash between Red fifht-|?°by ?row" “ ra« *«wn nekr^Lw*,e„king ,t0* makf ers and a British airliner.    oy Fult°n Street.    «anple of Nunan. lest other* in -r rr* r^. i-r. 3. Said the American Air Force Dalton was put In the Bluefield Th?‘_    »b temJ>ted to break | fflltlC ifltfllltY and Navy would help protect For-charged with being drunk,;    Peisonal    gain,    the    ' • as a against any Communist at-' breakin« and entering and de- . *, aaaea-    t    trnsvov    v*    Auo tack even though no formal de- »troying property.    'The    fraud    practiced    by    the    de-    M^in    Fields    45    of    nusaeu ino1feetreat?n,n0W e^tsy'.it.h Gen*    Didn’t    Know    Him    mSitanhVC!!!522n.b,e.Cnnd0Ked ?**re County, was killed instantly late e: alissmo OHistn^ K8,i*sh6K s rov- p..,n..    «    .    ust u# 8d#Qu&tt punifehuipnt.    vpstprriiiv whi^n h# wfts xtruck bv irnment. No decision ha., be< n bu?ay v?ndh ®ku*.ht„e,r ,?f p'avl!- Nu,na" «*» «PPointed U. S com- ar thl    ‘ ' e on whether to negotiate one.1 nu..f ’. a’’H ^    .aa^ag*    J^hssioer    of Internal Revenue by Route 19 4. Hailed the settlement of the ' a,idHl * 1®^    ab°ut    the late President Franklin D 3 ГЛ5— Russell i^— made on whether to negotiate one. nouse ìnvesugaioxs ncaiu uueCtly 4. Hailed the settlement of the 22 th»    mn    I4 ‘»wbih rumua u. under one I conflicting stories today, both un- Suez dispute between Britain and Q^nnorits of the* «¡1»    and servfd irom 1944 a car three miles east of here on •raSSÄJn Ыа' Я2КГЙ2 Ä 1И7' » ЛнД » emotion ал '%g£4s&&. ^is- йй'лтгй?. sentence Go To Bradley’s— For real bargains in dresses. ^ Tliey are moving rapidly, but jLnt many marked to move more cemetery in Woodbridge, Va. Services will be at 2:30 p. m. at Trinity Metho-st Church in Bland. Va. Inter-be in the 80.000 to S4.95. All only a fraction of Benjamin R. Jennell. 47f who tinental Air Defense Command, the a contractor with a threat of “trou- where they were exposed to pos-    r,anU    wa* read cost.    died Monday morning at his home Pentagon announced today.    ble” on the job.    -sible atomic attack in event of war. Karaee j«1J; f*,1 irvv;vJHe still has a perjury charge The decision was reached by the The investigation is in the hands He said, and allows Egypt to con- know r>aiton and said thev hp Pending against him He was inadministration after a long study    of    a subcommittee headed 1    y .lep.    centrate    on    its    economic    and    so-    ll€ved thev had never seen    him    dieted    on    five    counts    accusing    him and    argument within and    without    Bender <R-Ohio>. The group    is part    cml    development.    He    called    the'bef0ie    Y    n    him    of    making    false    statement* t5    go™ church the military services. For the first; of the House Government Opera- settlement an event of tremendous _ '    ternment agenteand the grand iurvl -    tciucbciv.    time it gives the Air Force pri-ltions Committee, headed by Rep. importance, brought about    .k    Trie    oldei    man    said    Dalton    „,hiAV,  -----  j    U1_    J;    y! apiaiy. __ ____    Mr. Jennell is survived by his.mary authority as well as respon- Hoffman <R-Micht.    who took a °v American mediation. Blouses! Blouses’ _wife, Mrs. Mamie Scott    Jennell;    sibility for directing the activity of    considerable    part in    the question- Blouses! on sale at    Brad lev’s    °ne aon* ^lax S. Jennell.    of    Wool-    some 2,000 jet fighters, the Army’s    irr^ today. Buy now. Values galore    in    lust    bridge; three daughters:    Patsy    growing system of “nike” anti-air-:    Robert C.    Lowry,    positive-talk- what 5fou want now.    and Peggy Jennell. both    of    Wool-    crafi missile* and all of the ships    ing business    agent of Council 51 ------- bridge,    and    Mrs.    B. O.    Mullins    of    and    aircraft operating far    at sea    of    the Painters’ Union, was    named Those Cocktail And Formal—    Annandale,    Va..    and one    brother,    tnat    will be. tied into a    central    in    testimony by contractor    A. E. warning and defense system.    singelis of Philadelphia as the man Childlaw To Command    ?ho demanded $500    to avoid trou ble on a bridge painting job at Benedict, Md. With considerable    detail as to time and place, Singelis said the Dresses at Bradley’s Bridal Ed Jennell, of Giles County. Shop are marvelous, values. Buy The body will remain at Seaver now! You’ll miss values if you do Funeral Home in Marion until one not. Only A Few More Day»— To avail yourself of the sale at Bradley*. Be sure to buy now. hour before services. CARL E. WALKER Funeral services will Gen. Benjamin W. Childlaw will be commander-in-chief of the continental defense headquarters while - ..... be    con‘    tencmnrna*6 5500 demand was reduced to $300 said dueled at 1:30 p. m, today _al. the,    Aa    »04    he finally paid S180 with the    „umbers    ot    its    troops    :    building cia! development. He called the beforp settlement an event of tremendous] ‘ ‘ ,, importance, brought    about partlyLu ^ older    man said Dalton    urliich'*lnveiVlilinrJ♦*-»! by American mediation.    * threatened to asault Gene but    *nv»*“*ated    hi* income tax; , ^    didn’t    carry    through with his Expects Dispute End    threat.    Nunan    was    accused    of    launch- 5. Said he has reason to believe The Pulaski youth first entered hu* tax-chi-sehng activities dur-( an agreement can be expected to- the garage about    6:30 p.m. and    inK „ la5t two    years he served morrow, solving the long-standing when it appeared    that he might1 a*^ecl?r    Internal Revenue. British - Iranian dispute over oil cause trouble the    Slaughters put    and cootinuing    for three more facilities along the Persian Gulf, him out and locked the doora.    year*. to 1950.    _ He also said Italy and Yugoslavia He then broke a window, climbed I    “    1    ~    ~— have greatly narrowed disagree-, through It and started hitting ments over the future of Trieste[ things. He damaged two automo-and that an understanding could hiles undergoing repairs. Ray-be reached shortly.    mond Slaughter’s truck and some In talking about Korea. Dulles, w e 1 d i n g equipment, besides Red China has pulled sub- knocking out windows of the 1ST LOCAL SHOWING FILMED AT RFEt. FOOT LAKE, TENNESSEE . . . WILD LIFE IN NATURE'S OWN WONDERLAND! That Famou« «ai* _Presbyterian Church at Mullens    hoiking    directly    under    and On    f<>r Carl Elmer    Walker, 34. 0f    withhimwUlbeLt Gen.    John Bridal Shon r^ntlnni*    Mullens who died    Sunday night.    Lewis    chief    of    the Army's    anti- Ume ¿!y ^iow? V^tluesl    ValuissP    j ^ ^aI John    Payne wil1 ofti'    ^y.pL?b“* Be Surj To See The—    Cemetery Rack of reduced skirts    at    Brad-    oi tbe (Trainmen will be pallbearers result there was no trouble. “To my knowledge I never met Mr. Singelis,” the husky Lowry told the committee. “I never de-from anyone in ley’s. Grand Slam On All Summer— Merchandise at Bradley’% the ladies auxiliary of the Brother- i dThe tbrcontinente? comma^hv1 ‘ Never. I swear to it. I hood will be flowerbearers.    admira?    still    m    be    Tel^teri    itive-”    Lowry    replied. ,.!!!*.Ail Thi., n« om«rl. i?h.bewdSe‘S «:•    .!»'*»♦» receive $180 from Mr. Hoffman asked. Legal Notices Mullens is in arrangements. charge of funeral NOTICE notice that a 1151 Sudebakcr . Ton Pickup Motor No. IR-101155 which has MRS. ROBERT GEORGE rectly responsible to Chidlaw. will m September 1951, when Lowry have immediate supervision of the him ** Washington s Union Navy’s air and surface craft as- Station and drove him to a park. He said there was another--- of North Korea into central Kreas:    Crowd Gathers of China itself. But, he said that Slaughter said the noise at-ui £ same “me the Reds prob-    tracted    several people outside the ably have improved air fields and    garage    but everyone was afraid sent in aircraft despite armistice to enter the building. He stayed regulations forbidding this.    with Dalton while his nephew These apparent violations, he went to the neighboring Texaco am «a. ^ddLnued, are not serious enough,!Service Station to call the police, am pos-    as far M he jS awar| to jUstifv After    he left the garage Dalton h!ini.n.H    ha,.i.    !ne scrapping of the armistice and    went to    the Texaco station, where happened back ; resuming the war. .    -      -      Funeral    services will be con-si8ned the job of spotting any“ekfia^°    man’ be«a repoisMsed by reason of default m ducrpd at 2 d m todav at the enemy trying to sneak across the un«no^n to mm, in tne car. S'Zion A M E^Ctutrch % oce«"-«-    *****    £&%£?    told    h,m    “ pub::c *Wu'ctioS 0to*rth«flucbV*t abfdderd »< SateVdav^niffht ^t°her’ hnme    Npw    Weapons    Mandated    ••You    know.    Mr.    Singelis. you’re provided ay law »t i 39 p m. on th« d»c of ^atui aaj__ nignt at her home, 135 secretary of Defense Wilson said going to have a little tough time Camp Meeting Starts At Wright’s Valley attendants chased him away. He then entered a woman's trailer next to the station, but it was not known last night whether he caused damages there. The garage is located on Washington Street extension. August 16. 1954 at thf premises BOWSer St Biuefield Auto Body Co . Bluefield. W. Vt tln:e*s prior to ?«,d sale the amount now due ii pa d to the undersigned plus storage «ad of same. The undersigned reservea the right to bid in the auction and to purchase Dated    . and Richardson and posted th.s 29th day of July. 1954 Commercia: Credit Corporation Biuefield, West Virginia By G S. Armbrister Jr. TERMS: Cash u„^«isaid a^o that additional wings of t.nHi th- hour Af thJ ,,ri,Home interceptor planes will soon be until the hour^of the senice. ¡available for defense of the homeland and that new advances in electronic detection and missiles S. L. WATSON Many Organizations Funeral services will be con-    ta£ie„cu?in    a*na    mi/slles    «    r Midway Church atVa’in^Lick1 Va'    "    SPOnSOr SW,mi11lng -----    —    1    Gen.    Chidlaw    s    air    defense    com- for S L Wfltsnn <17 nf Paint 'JCU- '-‘“Uia.w a air aeiense com- Lick, who'died Mondav    mand already consUU oi about 20 nar,:nc kl (Um,. nftA| The Rev. G M rL and the ,Tafee(,&ed.S    2 000 jet "3rtleS M MCW ' 001 Rev. Dennis Gillespie will    ■ interceptor*. f. .....— ...«.vuk»**. Faster jet ciate. Burial will pe in the Clinch1 fSfwilfbe ^irSni    Many    local • oraanlzations are Valley Memorial Cemetery at fn nv^ ¿¡1 hJiii    sponsoring    swimming parties at Richland*.    ,    k    Bluefield’*    popular    new    pool    but. -----The    new command will also be even more ran be handled and HARRY MANNS JR.    o , c?,unt on lbe Air National will be welcomed, it was an- Rites for Harry Manns Jr. of u    sclliad^on*s-    Tllpy    now    nounced    yesterday. A camp meeting will be held to August 9-15 at Wright’s Valley services sched-oups. ..    ~    sponsored    by the Children’s Temple Mission. West Graham. Va., the Bible Church, Newhall, Old Fashioned Gospel Mission, Wright’s Valiev, TAilinilT Union Mission of Bluefield. and lUNIUnl Stoney Ridge Chapel of Bluefield.    ———. Evangelistic services will be conducted by D. W. Branch of Roanoke, while missionary messages will be given by F M. Ballard of French West Africa. Wayne Webber of Doylestown, Ohio will address the young people at 9:30 a.m. meetings, a children’s meeting is scheduled for ll p.m. and a Bible study session at 3 p.m. Evangelistic services are srheduled for 8 p.m. Kidney Slow-Down May Bring Restless Nights Whin kldmy function alow* down, many I folk» complain of naggina backache, head- j achea, duxineaa and loaa of pep and energy. Don’t «offer restleai night» with these dia- ; comfort» if reduced kidney function ia get- j ting you down-due to auch common cauaag aa »tie*» and strain, over-exertion or expo- ! aure to cold. Minor bladder irritation» due to cold or wrong diet may cauae getting up nighta or frequent passage». Don’t neglect your if the»» condition* bother you. Try Doan'» Pill*-a mild diuretic. Uaed aucceaafully by million« for ! over 5(1 year*. It'a amazing how many timea Doan’» give happy relief from the*e discomfort*—help the 15 milesof kidney tube* and filters flush out waate. 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Use OreHieburg Root-Proof Pipe as a sewer pipe from house to street main or septic tank; as a conductor line from downspouts to dry wells; all underground, non-pressure use«. Write or call SUPERIpR’STERLING COMPANY Distributor—Phone 8181 Pageton, who died Monday morn- "funJ^J sor"e i?0.Vni<^n°fn Most of the churches, clubs and ip?    at Kyle,    will be    conducted |'¡l 4 * °‘dJstyla p^1l°n.c?'    other groups that have thus far sda.y at 1.30 p.m.    at the st-iflead'lV being convert    »11    bad t>arties have come during the John Baptist    Church,    Pageton.!    t fniy converted to an    all-    pool-s re«uiar hours—10 a.m. to The Rev. J. L. Lavrence will of-, ■ “    ^    8 p.m.—but special hours can be arranged for large group*, Harlan Lambert, manager, said.    i Special admission prices are .. CHARLESTON, Aug. 3 UP—'The ■ .    ..    .    offered organizations planning ¡“Wt complete precinct to report ImPrPMincy KACII h    swimming parties and where    ¿n    «»day s    primary    election    came mivi uoilllg IVUiUllo    there are as many as fifty in a    ^om    Hardy    County    and    showed **tr .W .£ NDQTM cp 8ll,£FiELD liOUTf 52 arri Voting Machines Bring Hardy County Claims First Report Honors SKYWAY o’ i »7 jjlX* •)    (    QSt TONITE—WEDNESDAY —Double Feature— Show Time 7:45 ALL CHILDREN UNDER 12 CARS ADMITTED FREE CHARLESTON Autr 8 </p Th» &roup the pool can be reserved tb«e results: ie of voting machines in some €xclusively for them. Tonig.V «v?,0,1’    Senate.    Democrat. Countf mecSSt* briiSht one ot th€ locaI church *roubs is 9hllt^n 30• May 5< Neely 50, War-reetinz resulte todav planning a large swimming party de_d O. '.on ^ nnmnV n    ,    aft€r the regular 8 p.m. closing. U S. Senate, Republican, La- use of voting machines in some ! 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