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Bluefield Daily Telegraph (Newspaper) - August 4, 1954, Bluefield, West Virginia Wedneiday Morning, August 4, 1954 BLUEFIELD DAILY TELEGRAPH, BLUEFIELD, W. VA.-PAGE THREEBody OI Second Drowning Victim Recovered From River; Double Rites Today Deaths And. Funerals MM*. Dulles Says Reds Null Korea Truce Weather Maryland: Mdilly sunny. high WM Wednesday thundershowers In mountains Wednesday night, Thursday »«rm rather humid, shower* and scattered thunder- ficiate. Interment will follow in Elkhorn, with Father Kulman-.    .    Oak Grove Cemetery.    kaskv    in charge Interment will The body of the second victim L£.l U lf I* YVtJlllvl    Mr. Manns was bern May 22 1931 be in Woodlawn Cemetery. of a drowning tragedy in Oiles    t McDowell. W. Va. the son of Mr      wxAHTNrvrniM    a... County Monday was recovered f\ • A T    I    Harry Manns and Odessa Cousin J. WILLIAM BA ILE V    I W--8ee    ■ early yesterday morning about a I ll AC I In I ||DCn3i/ Manns. He had been a resident of J. William Bailey. 55. former    hill    vTr.mia xin.tiv far tvoh a-> aa mile from the scene of the drown- 1/1 VO vll I I UvjUOY    Pageton for the past twenty years, resident of Narrows who recently -fiL *5    ^    th/    icl    WrednVada* rhanr'I mg.    /    He attended Qary High School, moved to Roanoke, died suddenly    h.    St    JrT Rescuers discovered the body Ezra M Walker. 82. 502 Straleyjsnd was a Vetern of Korean there late yesterday afternoon He frJaiSi JUtif?iJ.mWednesdav ThuraSiv warm th    Hu«'n'    M"Tl»    »•    »t    A veT Princeton. died et Memori.V War. «rvin« seventeen month, or .t work when otrlekrn.    ?!    mM^XtLd^MSfer. .nj lh ' Bluff City Va., as it floated down    Hospltgl    yesterday at 5    pm.    He    active service overseas He    was    He was the    son of ex-Sheriff    R ! bull!, Xa    the    Reds have delib    derabower*    ,n‘ the New River near the Celanese    lived in    Princeton for    44 year*    a member of the St. John Baptist    Henry    Bailey    of Narrows, who    is    -r.r.iv obJtructJd    thT w£rk of hV    West    Virginia Partly    eloudv £«£-* hou« nrer Peen,- ,„d    „,„,r    .no,    -    of    Church    mw    crmeollr,U.,hi. h*n..    !SSK, 'SSSSTa^dSSf“co*-    wenL^ Twenty - year - old Edward *hAn Thirl    Ham.    Counains    Manns and chits* I Lirttlr \ir«    mission and probably have built thundershowers    Wednesday after- Ha rn blinalxo of Bluff City. the Mr. Walker was born at Mc-1 Harry Manna Sr.. three sLsters:.JennlnRll of Mt Holly N j tnd “Va^owJd^nder Kifciilf SSTdy* "shower* other victim, drowned while at- Comas a son of the late Burrel Miss Rattle Manns employed at on, frandson    *    ‘omed under lh« 1{>53 CfMe rh^nae ll tem Sir lim tempting to pull the boy from the and Victoria McComas Walker of Lakin State Hospital. Lakin; Mr* ! He la    Rurvived by the fol.    llr*n    Communis    atli Ohio* ParSv ctoudv scattered swift river. Hu body was recov-    Matoaka    He is survived bv    his    Mildred Jones. 'Bluefield,    and    wing    brothers and sisters    .. i.    £    ^mm unlit V11    I c‘oua>. ered about two hours later bv the    Sh?* »vL    u,«    V    Miss Marie Manns Paaeton    and    «    ,,    I , Il*lprs. ,    tilde. Dulles    told    a news confer-    showers    and    thundershowers,    high °TJ,Sry&SJmimf -.'nr™ ^SSS^iSt’tS bro,h'r'RoWrt' ““ PM'‘ M STS? h ?SS|SS*fSSUMaWW'JS!: srssKssi rh“    ■ viwsFniix jssms 'irs SrS*    2S: r*? V”* both were .wept under the w .ter reded him In death    church OM hour prior to the MTT-1 Groved c j0hMon-eroi*. _!tLry: I cheet cond more on both of Wr^jThjitrthy. .c.ttercd Ump. cloudy, high 82-88 Wednesday, scattered showers or thundershower* Wednesday afternoon and night. Thursday scattered showers thundershowers little change in temperature. TEM PER ATI RES WASHINGTON. Aug 3 P -Weather Bureau report J tenper- Another youth. IO - year - old len Roy Ramos, was pulled from the river by Hamblin s wife, but _    „,tii    w.    .h*    lee    ir.,v'*'    -    of Roanoke: I the armiMice line alen Roy Ramps, was pulled from home this afternoon    .    Pallbearers    willJ*_Early    Dalton    “JJ-    CS‘    L    "se    ag?*    of    CVem^Jfr*    Inspection    Halted — * -    -    -.....—•    Hp    ,ajd    Red    re*trlcUons    on    the HUE ti I iii BIWCIIIWU.    J    T    JI Ta      .    * Funeral services will be tomor- John Bailey. Bernard derstorms mostly in afternoon and evening hours, high Wednesday 95- -he woo unable to th. other roi-5i'ritmt'1«‘ ll W* “Tm Jim". “.Ie' U^R^ker’Tnd ClTde Dyr of Bluefreid.' w V." He .^d Red re.trlcuon. on the    M*ur f.:. hot two. witnesses said She Is a als- home conducted bv Elder Kilby. Archie Floyd.    run*    »?'    L    «    2^° Rch,    !i    Wednesday    and Thursday, chance ter of Rain os.    Arnnffement*    will    be    completed    Those    who    are furnishing cars OiMm Mrs. K. R. Shumate of    w    of    scattered    thundershowers north- _    -I    Ariangemenu    wUl    be    compawa    requested    to be at the resi- Narrows. Mrs. E. J. Seay of **n<| *nd Csechoslovakia. have east, high Wednesday 96-102 west. Hence at I p m.    Kenova.    W.    Va.,    and    Mrs Stewart mad* 11 impossible to inspect 90-^6 east. McHie, who la living somewhere Northern Korea, particularly ainee Western The double drownings occurred by Memorial Funeral Directory. in a treacherous stretch of water about a mile from the Pearisburg    HIRAM    HILL city llmFa. where Clendenin Creek Hiram Hill. 17. a retired farmer empties into New River.    0f Lerona. died at the home of his The Morris child was one of the IO children of Mr. and Mrs son. Archie Hill, at Lerona, yes- „  .    .    _.    .terday    at    155    p.m.    He    was    born Morris of Bluff City.    ln North carolina, a son of the Ulnas*. Double funeral services will be    .nh    Ctorv    Hill    8he    was    born MRS. TILLIE J EFT AZER    on Formosa    ^*ve built up new supply Mrs. Tillie Jeftaaek. 67. of Funeral arrangements will be route* which they do not permit' Upland, died at her home Monday announced later from Oakey s in the Swis* and Swedes to Inspect. at 12:30 p. rn. after a lingering Roanoke.    In    answering questions he also: I. Chided visiting South Korean iWiiwrJw .ort Fw»ttv rielv Hill!    «x>rn    in    Russia    and    MRS.    SIME    SWECKER (President Syngman Rhee for reheld today at 2 o clock at th* | Lf    carolina    He    was    pre- came to the United States in 1913 Mrs. Susie A. Sleeker died at marking that ’ fear and vaccila Clendenin Holiness Church by the ?Led in deJ h bv his wTfe Lur- She had been a resident of .the home of her daughter. Mrs. lion were evident in U S.^policv pastor, the Rev. Mr* Bf fie OU- JJS?* ™    rtjji    “**    Upland, for 20 years. She was a,C. E. Donnelly, at Fries Va . yea- toward Asia. Dulles said such com- OI-- ...MI I KS *K- maa. on Malxn a. raw    the'member of St Mary’s Greek terdav evening She is the mother menu showed a petulance which MS _    HB,S;,dm    of 1320 m!*M ^    lo Church    _    1.8urrl.lM .re bk bd. ^^^Vre.n.cmcnU .ill mer. She will be assisted J>y tbs Rev. Hugh Goodman of Raven. Burial will be in th* Ooldbond Cemetery. ♦ New Marine Recruiter Assigned To Bluefield Pennsylvania Partly Pulaski, Va. Youth Runs Wild In Garage, Does Damages Around $500 ending 7 pm : High Low Pep Asheville 85 64 Atlanta 93 71 BLUEFIELD 8.1 61 Boston 67 62 I 32 Chicago 81 62 Cincinnati 85 63 02 nans* 99 79 Denver 97 66 Jacksonville 95 75 .14 Ixia Angeles -HW Louisville 89 63 .14 Memphis 97 TO Miami 88 78 New Orleans 92 75 New York 71 64 I 89 Philadelphia 77 66 .921 Pittsburgh 82 64 (M Richmond 90 70 .71 San Franciaco 72 45 , J Seattle 66 52 .05 Washington 89 71 02 (tons heat wave. He added, how- Police said a drunken Pulaski He'll survived bv three son* Julian; three daughters. Mr*    h«*. £ fVfr Lhit ^ Un '*6 *Ult* 0Lblf v#- vo th    through lomas of Beckley. Archie and Anna Panasuk. of Detroit. Mr* ^‘efieVd    SlTl    *******    at    the    foot of «tiFR\f aw van J e    patriot.    F-»*t R‘ver Mounuin for about Sherman MU Is a resident of    2nd    8k arg Not*    »n hour yesUrdav evening, ter- the Old Bra rn well' Road died la*t    2 Reported    that the    toited SSrlH JS<Sj*th rot\lh a’utowirS'1 night at the Bluefield Sanitarium.. SUtea ha* sent a second sharp note    hS.h». .n4 ih. £ Eh Mr Mills, who had been in failing to CommunUt China, demanding SI** liSSJSJ* haitiK    tom* tim* hart hpan rAnmamatmn far aiv A Princeton Man Dies Of Attack A heart attack took the life fit a vounr Piinceton truck driver yesterday evening as he was making grocery deliveries in West Princeton The victim Allen Leon Archer. 30. was nronounced dead on arrival at Memorial Hospiul 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 comme on and turned off the ignition, a.* they drov* throuah the Johnson Town section of West Princeton at about 6 IO p.m. The truck ran into a ditch beside the street and a housewife w ho i an to investigate called Seater Mortuary for an ambulance. Beaver attendants rushed to the scene and administred oxygen in a futile attempt to save Ate fix 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 Piinceton area, was a part-time truck driver for the Coker Grocery co. In Princeton and was a regular employe of the Celanese Corp. He wa* a deacon of the Immanuel Baptist C.r^rch and a member of the Princeton Masonic Lodge 134 AF A AM Archer was born In Princeton June 22. 1924. a son of Cle* and Estll of Lerona: three daughter*:!Julia Alfaro. Detroit: Mr*. Kath-Mra. Etta WTyatt Kelly and Mrs erine Brown. Northfork:    three Lena Goff, both of Pipestem, and sons. Max of Argo. 111.; Henry of Mrs. Rosalie Wills of Hinton: one Elkhorn. John of Kyle: six grand sister. Mrs. Jane Hughes Tolbert children and four great grand-of Lester; two brothers, Harrison!Chlldren.« of Speedway, and John, of Alder-  ----- The    body    will    be    taken    to    the    health for some time. had been1 compensation for six Americans _. „„ New' recruiter for the US. Ma- son; 51 grandchildren    and 35    home Wednesday at 4 p rn. from    admitted to the hospital about a    killed or wounded by Red fighter    23-year-old youth. James line Corps in Bluefield Is 8-Sgt. great-grandchildren.    the Bennett Funeral Homa at    week ago.    plane* He laid this note make*    ^ M triton, of Rout* I. Alum Roy W. Ellis, a native of Man. He The body will be taken to the Northfork.    The    bodv    has    been    removed    to    the point th*' the Peiping regime    Road, Pulaski, caused wa* on recruiting duty In Logan home of his son, Archie, at 4 p.m. Funeral services will be con the Mercer Funeral Home.h, totally wrong when it save the    estimated at $500 before foMI months before moving here. today.    ducted Thursday at I p rn at St    Funeral airangememt* have not    shooting is none of the business of    ii* *•* coaxed l orn the garage US Head Tax Man Gets Prison Term NEW YORK. Aug. I IT—'The former bo** of the    nation's tax collectors Jose oh D    \11nan lr w««    Cor* clln* Archer.    He was mar- ,    ri*d to Miss Dorothy Bowling a1*® sentenced to five    year* in prison    of Princeton, on Apr. 5.    1947. and fined $15,000    today as an In-    Besides hi* wife    and    parents, com* tax cheater.    h* is survived by two son*. Allen ti-    _    ,    Lee and Jeffrey Wayne Archer: *    colleted    of    evading    t brotb*r. Warren Archer, and a WI .OSS in personal income taxes sister. Mary Archer, all of Prince-‘ His failure to properly account ton for and pay hts own taxes cm- Sergeant Ellis served In World Funeral services will be- held Mary's Greek War II and saw active duty in the tomorrow at 2:30 pm. at the:------- Korean conflict. He.    his wife    snd    pipestem Primitive Baptist two daughters are living on    North I Church, by Elder Owen D. Harvey Street.    and Elder Orvil E. Neeley. Inter ment will be in Ellison Cemetery at Pipestem    ^ ^ Pallbearers will be grandson* Final (learanee On    fll—    and flower bearers, granddaugh- Summer merchandise at Brad- tera    __    .    .___ ley*. Many more things added Memorial Funeral Directory, and many more out*.    \ Piinceton. is in charge ox ar- 1 rangementa. Get One Of These—    . Hit* for 49 cents at Bradley's    I*-    JENNELL Catholic Church, been made. City & Coalfield Continental Unit Union Denies For Air Defense FHA Shakedown WASHINGTON, Aug. 3 if-The WASHINGTON. Aug. 3 .F the United States because it in-| ”* *** *"re*l*d by Patrolman valved a clash between Red fight- p, 2,as rtn down n**r-ers and a British airliner.    bv Fulton Street. 3. Said the American Air Force . Dalton was put in the Bluefield and Navy would help protect For- Jail. charged with being drunk. o*a again*t any Communist at-'breaking snd entering and de tack even though no formal de-| ►troyin* property. Didn't Know Him Raymond SI fens* treaty now exists with Gen- !«jest sr&ssrst    R‘,vm°nd »»««!>««• °< **>1- ____—    made    on    whether    to    negotiate    one    0^frr Va*n{1 ^M*81auahter*ab^t .scattered air defenses of the United House investigators heard directly 4 HatlM the setUeniem of the 22 0WMra ^ Ufre tbe j ....... 1 - today, both un- Suez dispute between Britain and ocCUDants of the mrnro.thM avn w re tr iv Tut. «hif > in mn    oi    in*    garage wwnen The body will remain at Searer nhtitf,, kl,    -    ^    .    Mortuary    until    arrangement* are phs. i/.es his    guilt,    declared Fed-    completed eral Judge Walter Bruchhausen    ♦ ss Nunan stood stiffly before the1 bench. Evidently seeking to make ani example of    Nunan.    lest    others in    T    r a    !•* high places    be tempted    to break Ml I lf    FdtdlltV their trust for personal gain the 10,1 OlUlliy Judge added:    .    „    .    „ ••Th.    —.....  LEBANON.    Va..    Aug    I    Of*—. -g,RtRttCid bv the de \ja:    field*.    45 Russell Countian man said Dalton aaa ult Gene but through with his Spates wTill be placed under oneiconflicting stories ------ -    5.-    , th-- «hif ■ an mw d ,, uwui».nw» i.n-    «kurn „. W    central authority in September    der oath, on whether an AFL    Egypi. Th^ shJji SO,OOO of Brit-    Dalton began his rampage    Tile another lot for $1.00, others up Last rites will be held today for with the est^lishment of the Con-    Painters Union official shook down    ain s best troop* from1 an area    owner. Hubert Slaughter,    of to $4 95.    All only a fraction of Benjamin R. Jennell. 47# who tinental Air Defense Command,    the a contractor with a threat    of trou- where .hey-were    exposed    to pos- Rocky 0tp v> h#d jugt leftf the cost.    died Monday morning at his home pentagon announced today.    ble’* on the Job.    i    to    go home. They didn t I in Woodbridge. Va. Services will I The decision was reached by the    The investigation la in the hands    He said. and allows Egypt to con    know chiton and said they    be- Gs Ts Bradley’s—    be Rl 2;^o p m. at Trinity Metho- admlnistraUon after a long study    of a subcommittee headed ’y .tep.    central*f on^its economic and so-    jj^ved they had never seen    him For real bargains In dresses.'^, church in Bland, Va. Inter-land argument within and without    Bender IR Ohio*. The group U part    cia development. He called the    hefore. They are moving rapidly, but *... w*u be ln tbe church the military services. For the first    of the House Government Opera-    *eiuement an event of tremendous; many marked to move more cemeterv    !    time it gives the Air Force pri- tions Committee, headed by Rep importance, brought about partly threatened to rapidly.    Mr    jenneu    i*    survived    -bv    his    mary authority as well as respon-    Hoffman <R-Mlch',    who took    a    by American mediation.    didn t carry wife,* Mrs. Mamie Scott J^nneU; sibility for direcUng the activity of considerable part in th* question-    Expects    Dispute    End    threat. Blouses! on sale at Bradley'J. ?ne#,ROn' JjJ4*    pusv    rowing svstVm" of ^nike ’ * antT-air*1 iD|t/>hertr'c Lowrv po*’tive-talk- * Sa;d he hM rPfcson 10 believe The Pulaski youth first entered • tv    nnn- Vain..    in    bridge,    three    daughteis. Pataj^k*0 * st rn of n.K ^anu-air^^    Robeit C. I^wrjLpos. .    #n agrement can be expected to-    the garage about    6 30 pun. and morrow, tire    when ii appealed    that he might M ^■    British - Iranian dispute over oil    cause trouble the    Slaughters put Tfcoa# C ocktail And Formal— (Annandale. Va., and one brother.    .PT    -i    ^    j    1    u    faculties along the Persian Quit. him out and locked the doors. Dresses at Bradley's Bridal Ed Jennell. of Giles County. and .ens* system. tSingell* of Pbl.adej>h:a as the man    gald    italy and Yugoslavia He then broke a window, climbed Shop are marvelous values. Buy The body will remain at 8eaver    (hildlaw To Command    J*®0 demanded $50u rn avoid trou- bave greatly narrowed d^agree- through it and started hitting now! You’ll miss values if you do Funeral Home in Marlon until one G Beniamin w Childlaw will -    a    bridge    painung    job    at    over    the future of Trieste things. He damaged two automo- not _hour before services.  , becom rn ande r-m-chiefoft h e con    Md^ hU h.,-,i « tn *nd that *n understanding could bile* undergoing repairs. Rav- nenI defense^admiarter* whS    With con*ldertdl*    dptai1 **    *    be reached shortly.    mend Slaughter's truck and some re"amma his resM^bTtv to? the    lime tad piacf'    In ulkln« about Korea    Dulles    w e I d 1 n g equipment,    beside* air defenae command of tie aI*    ,M? den:and _waA,Jred,u^ed_ .lfuS.3^!    *«‘d Rpd China has pulled    sub-    knocking out window*    of the Force with Lew Buy now. Values galore, in just bridge what you want now fondant cannot be condoned There County, was killed instantly late must be adequate punishment." yesterday when he was struck by Nunan was appointed U. S com a car three miles east of here on missioer of Internal Revenue by Route 19 the late Ptesident Franklin D.l ^ Roosevelt and served from 194^ to 1947. He showed no emotion as the brief, handwritten sentence wa* read by the Judge. He still has a perjury charge pending against him. He was indicted on five counts accusing him of making false statements to government agents and the grand jury which investigated hi* Income tax affairs. Nunan was accused of launching his tax-chiseling activities dur-' inc the last two years he served as collector of Interna! Revenue, and continuing for three more year*, to 1950 IST LOCAL SHOWING FILMED AT ll FEI. FOOT LAKE, TENNESSEE . . . L WILD UFI IN NATURE S OWN W0NDSRLANDI [f Only A Few More Days—    CAEL    E.    WALKER To avail yourself of the sal* at Funeral services will be con* Biadley a. Be sure to buy now. ducted at I 30 p. rn. today at the Presbyterian Church at Mullens *-rerfw. tor Carl Elmer Walker. 54. of 7.    Mullens who died Sunday night That Famous Sale— On underwear at ___ Bridal Shop continues for a short Crowd Gathers Slaughter said the noise *t-| -e Work lag direct! v under and and ,he flnally pald    *    >*    Mantis! numbers of im troop* oui    building him wi?l be Lt Gen John res£l theif *J10 V°Ub‘'    North    Korp*    toto    central    ares*    C is. chief of the Army s anti-1 „ Tofi(my    I "®v%r    of China itself. But. he said that    Slaughte 1 aft command, many of whose ^ £ff™mittse -I nevi? d<J    **”1* time lh* R.ed* p,ob- traded se\ time Biiv nou V'aiure*i    *ne    ■    JU“"    r»J""    "*** u*“' mo    niu. hartAiiAn* ar* rearmarkred 101(1 in* committee,    i nevei    ae    ably have improved air fields and    gatage but    everyone was arraid Bu!r no"--'*lu« v*luM cut*. Burial rill be in Mina J mL1” “SI na    f***    ,rom    ln    *e«t in alrcrift de.pitc armine? to Inter th. building. He ai.'eS Be Sure Ta Sc, The—    Ometery    at    IPrinceton    Memberi ■»' .1‘•b, 1"'JJ 'a',rd’7“ ™'“.w I i."    regulaiioni lorbldding mu.    auh Dalton while his nephew Ink -»    —-•  ------  e    tbP    Brotherhood    of    Railway    Iuun *    ana    -p*lc    c'a    r*n*iv«    ti    an    frnm    Mr       ^ Rack of reduced skirts at Brad- 9/ ley’s. ca    Jrom    Mr-    These    appaaent    violations, he went to the neighboring Texaco ^.r.icljs. Hoffman asked.    cont.nued.    are    not    serious enough. Service Station to call the police. Grand Slam On Ail Summer— Merchandise at Bradley Lagal Notices xoTitr r«*» nnt.te th*: » till $:jd*b»k»r . Ton Pickup Motor No. IR-'.»l*JV wn th h»i I Trainmen wUl be pallbearers and. — N    .    . reore*eni- -    .    __________—- _____-  _____________— __________ ^n™ri^!r?IOther‘ to the continental command by    *m    P°*    S? Ur “ he S awarl- 10 Ratify After he left the garage Dalton « be flow ei bearers.    admiral    still    to be selected. llL€ Lo arr yraplled.    the scrapping of the armisuce and went to the Texaco station, whera fa* %% ,.*a^4.w.rLob:f,k rMumi"* *■” *r    .... TS    uprk° He eaid there was another man Mullens is in arrangements. MRS. ROBERT GEORGE ____________________________________Funeral    services will be con- „dc*Vnl i?    ducted at    2 p rn. today at    the me    itrmt    ox    rf»pnt.oo    ox    lit.#    or ..#a .a*    __.    —. _    a w» ^    _ cruncDt h#;»tofor#    atr.cnfd    to tho undor-    First Zion    A. M. E. Church    for •.goad, b* offorrd ior «»> »nd >o:d «t Mr*. Eva E George, who died provided    M# SlfM 5^0% “of Saturday night at her home, 135 Au(u»t ll. Iii* at th* to.low r.g prrm:»at Bowser St. Navy s air and surface craft assigned to the Job of spotting any Camp Meeting Starts R.att.old Auto Bodr Co . Blattoid. W. Va Pb:*m pr nr to ao.d aa.* th# amount now    ...»v    -    - — — -------  —     —    ---- du» ta paid to th* una*ritin*d piut nor- win oiiiciate. Burial will De in tne otu and increased forces made Job. Why dont you give us about Ann ktipiDi of simt    »tinily Cfmftfry St Iszcwfll. Tile c#niri.l    RflviAflhl#    WtUon    1500    snd we will let VCHi ilonc ^ Th. <nd*r. goad r*ifr%*a th* right to    re-tll    .t    ti,.    centi ai a..CClion SOVl. SDie. Wl^On    «•»«    »WI lei jati * ne. ted polled Csmmercli: Cr od it Corporttton BlwefitUL Writ V.rflat* Bv O a. Armbrtit*r Jr. TERMS Cam enemy trying to sneak across the    in    Aa    ll I * Lit XI ll °"‘nv    JKS?    SASSX At Wright s Valley New SS es pons Min ria ie ti    'You    know. Mr. Smgelis. your* Secretary of Defense Wilson said    going to have a little tough time    A camp meeting will be held ,    ...    ....    . „    ,    .n announcing the big new com-    around here, and it is going to    August 9-15 at Wrights Valley yjv:    «    ,    _    pa*vLr'    mand ihat the advent of new weap-    coat a lot of money to finish the    with a number of services sched uled for all age groups. The meeting is sponsored by the Children's Temple Mission. West Graham. Va., the Bible Church, Newhall. Old Fashioned Qospel Mission, Wrights Valiev. Union Mission of Bluefield, and 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 Webbe- of Doylestown. attendants chased him away. He then entered a womans trailer next to the Sutton, but it was not known last night whether he caused damages there. The garage Is located on Washington Street extension. KidneySlow-Down May Bring Restless Nights Whoa kidn*r function *k>w* down, mon* folk* complain of noggin! koi'korhc, hood* ach**, duunooa and loas of pep «nd »n*r *, Don't Buffer roo’ toot night* with th*** di*-comfort* if reduced kidney function i* getting yau down—duo to ouch common coutea a* at i e*o end t'rein, over -exert ion or eipo-ouro to cold. Minor bladder irritation* die to cold or wrong dtot mar eau** gelling up Bight* or frequent p*««age*. Don't neglect four kidney* if the** condition* bother you. Try Doan'a Pill*-* mud diuretic, t eed sucretafuUy by milltonc for over Id year*. It'* amazing how many time* Doan * giv# harpy ralief from the*# dUcom-for*, helpthe : trnileenf kidneyt ;t»e«and*l. tar* duad out waata. Get Doan * Pill* today) | Carnary - Cart nan - Novelty | LAST TIMES TODAY STATE On St#*# Thwrs. Nit* 1:45 Eygry- III iimLyf    • bagy Play ^Ulf Rf Latta Fun TODAY THAU You'll Hawi . . . Ceuntry tar* tai re Haw York Apart! th# Vjc*■on anV*tV V-trth*i#f *Datod ^ rpmain « the Sinkford ^id also that additional w ings of nod ta * -•th doy of Ju.t mt    Rlcnaidson    Funeral    Home    interceptor planes will soon be lie for defense of the home- until the hour of the service. S. L. WATSON ; availab land and that new advances in Fnnrerai «rervir»re. re-in h.    electronic detection and missiles dur in at 7 n m uinLv at thre should be uken advantage of rap- !\firitfav riwnrh'at^Pa,^ I trk vi idly by the unified command. Midway J-toirch at    Paint    Lick Va..    Gen    chidlaw’s air defense com- nrk rehn    Mnndj J    mand    ftlready consists of about    25 J* S^oSf’wM sx*tsaaa."?tsr is VolneyBUMelnoriil^* Cemerery*^ at    S-WS    "ii    ^ -RirhiinH*    morlal    Cemel«iy at    many    months hence    Bluefield’s    popular new    pool    but pl® a> 9 30 a m meetings. A chil- |,ue,ll*Ba,•    _____ The    new command will also    be    even    more    can    be    handled    and HARRY MANNS JR    5. count on the Air National will be welcomed, it Rites for Harry Manns Jr of Guai’da 21 *Quadrons. They now nounced yesterday. Pageton, who died Monday morn-    iiH°°«ifv;reCln    *i/in°me    MoAt of th® churches, clubs and ir g at Kyle, will be conducted I ' ff#hitl!    a J    7 ,? ^    other groups that have thus    far Thursday al 1:30 p.m. at the St.,    to*.    *uaid .I*    had parties have come during    the John Bant!*!, churel Paprefnn    converted    lo an all- Many Organizations Sponsor Swimming Parties At New Pool Many local organizations are TONIGHT Tw* Skuw* Nightly Fir* Shaw at Dark He loved as he fought... like the savage he was! drens meeting la scheduled for ll wa* in- p m and a Blhle study session at 3 p.m. Evangelistic services are scheduled for 8 p m. Baptist The Rev. J. L. Church, Pageton.l Lawrence will of- jet force. Solves Your Drainage Problems Orangeburg FerfenteJ Pipe ii th* modern pip* for draining wet spot* of lawns, fields, golf court**, airport!, factory lite*—for aeptic tank di*potal beld* md foundation footing dram!. Come* in S-foot length* with two row* of prrforattont that inure uniform seepage. Snap coupling* keep pipe effectively aligned and prevent clogging at th* joint. No extra covering required Ia»y to install and to grade—no special tools required. Save* >ou money— you are sure of dependable service. Use Ordngtkurg Root-Froif Fifit 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 uses. Writ* or call SUPERIpR-STERLING COMPART Distributor—Phone 1181 ■    V,    .£    ?7h    rp    I SKYWAY TONITI—WEDNESDAY —Double Feature— Show Time 7:45 Voting Machines Bring ""j Interesting Results CHARLESTON. Aug. 3 /P—The u.te of voting machine* in acme • Kanawha County precincts brought some interesting results today. Hangers-on at polling place'. ‘‘warned" some voters that the madames were dangerous, and pool’s regular hours—IO a rn. to 8 p m.—but special hour* can be arranged for large groups. Harlan Lambert, manager, said. Special admission prices are Hardy County Claims First Report Honors j •v—    CHARLESTON. Aug. 3 iT-The offered organizations' planning i f4r*t complete precinct to report swimming parties and where in today • primary election came there are as many as fifty In a *{‘om H»rdY County and showed group the pool can be reserved these results: exclusively for them. Tonig.V    Democrat, one of the local church groups Is j Chilton 30. May 5, Neely 50, War-planning a large swimming party dPI1    A    ^ after the regular 8 p.m. closing.    s-    Senate. Republican, La- -#•    Follette    9. Sweeney 21. TYPEWRITERS REPAIRED 1 For Congress, Second District. And cleaned by experienced me-(Republican. Mrs. Elkins 18. Mor- I FT THEATER la La Kb on the Virginia side TODAY & THURSDAY Pronounced HI-VA-IO (ntAOHUNTtaS Ok THI AMAZON) cot©* av TECHNICOLOR ttomnf FERNANDO RHONDA LAMAS • FIEMING Two Cartoon* Ii New* Time 6:30 I 8:30 JANET LEIGH Aioli •» FRfO m • JKK m • ADDED • COLOR CAPTOON SPORTS—NIV/S ! eel aret I :ia-S:t*-*.1l-1-IS • :7S ALL CHILDREN UNDER 12 IN trocuted while casting her vote. CARS ADMITTED FREE cited a case—c o rn p I e t e I y un-chanics. Phone 5913, Commercial I gan 13. founded—that a woman was elec- Printing Co. 621 Commerce Street. I In the ‘ J    ‘    ‘    ‘    Bluefield,    W    Va.    <Adv.> Savage Mg *    eosawor r Techwcolor CHARLTdFHESTON interesting contest* ^ qty    / MER'CERI STARTS TODAY SHOW TIMES 2:00-4:00-7:00-9:00 for the Democratic nomination for State Senate in the 16th district, the lone Hardy County precinct gave 30 for Kenmond and 90 for incumbent State Senator Clarence E. Martin. SUSAN MORROW PETER HANSON JOAN TAYLOR Wi7fiiT.a ttMaxAttMAit ^ dSSTSoAw • jr. 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