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Bluefield Daily Telegraph (Newspaper) - August 10, 1955, Bluefield, West Virginia Page two Bluefield daily Telegraph Bluefield w. A. Wednesday morning augut to 1955 Mercer Coal Miner fatally injured in blast which pierced Wall at Mccomas William m. Karie lives two hours a Coni mgt not Accident yesterday afternoon claimed the life of a 48-year-old Mercer county Miner. William Miles a de of the Lor ton lick Road near Montcalm died approximately three hours after being injured in the american Coal co. Mine at Mccomas. Richard Cole mine superintendent. Said last night that Kade. A Coal loader was filling a car in the mins when a a shot Quot was set off on the opposite Side of the Wall where he was working. The blast came thro the Well injuring Kade the mishap occurred about s . Kade was taken to Bluefield sanitarium where he was Given emergency treatment for a crushed Chest eight broken ribs and a punctured lung. He was brought to the Hospital about 7 pm. And died an hour later he never regained consciousness. An unidentified Miner was working near Kade when the Accident happened but the last we apparently Localised to the up where Kade was working and no one else was injured bom in new Hope. Sept. 22. 1906, Kade was the son of Hallie Thompson Kade and the late James Edward Kade. He is a by his Mother. Mrs. Hallie deaths and funerals mrs. Minni Keadle mrs. Minnie Peck Keadle 83. Of Pickaway died at the Home of her Niece mrs. Ray Beckett at Pickaway yesterday morning her husband. Carl a. Keadle. Preceded her in death in 1139 she had lived at Pickaway for about 45 years. And made her Home with the Niece. Mrs Beckett for the past three years. She was a member of the Pickaway methodist Church. Her Only survivors Are several nieces and nephews funeral services will be conducted tomorrow at la a in. At the Home of mrs Beckett at Pickaway. The Rev c. D. Whited will officiate assisted by the Rev. O. M Ford and or. R. R. Gray. Interment will be in Green Haj cemetery at Union. The body will be removed from the Broyles funeral Horne at i Union to the Home of mrs. Beckett today at 3 . Edw Ard l. Gilpin last rites for Edward Lee pm. 47. Of Edgemont drive. Be conducted today go will mrs. L. M. Damron mrs. Mary Damron. 85. Of trim Sley Vule. Va., died Early yesterday morning in a Richlands. Va., bos Tazewell fair opens aug. 16 state auditor predicts solid Bluefield to plan financial Outlook for Pike citywide in Day mrs. .Al Hartwell Tazewell the Gate Ai Charleston aug. 9 put a the realistic approach would de to fix an open meeting jul be held in the Tazewell fair an institution to Madei stricture of the weal estimated net income by june 19>6 Morrow morning at Hamilton a in the county since shortly after Virginia Turnpike May not be As at 18.000 1 instead of s9,000 and to 0f the Bland Street methodist the War Between the a aae will sound As the Bedrock on which it project increasing income at to. Church to organise a committee to open tuesday aug 16 for Theka a of were teen today too a year. Plan a United nations Day Cele remainder of the week is an enter-1 it become More solid in this projection would fix Annuli bration for Bluefield. Muss Agne l prise of the Sidney Coulling Post. 1future. I income at in june 1956 Crabtree of Charleston appointed american legion. L �?~�?oli0&Quot again the matter of the a break by the governor of the state As a the Post has enlisted the Aid of Day by legislative auditor oar even Point a the amount the turn representative of the United Staten the agricultural Extension service be h Koontz in a detailed re i take in daily to pay its committee for United cations do a staff in promoting interest in an port on Turnpike financing before interest Costa and allow Tor main will speak at the meeting. Oct. 24 exhibition of the farm products the legislature a joint Coit. Mihee the Nance was discussed. Has been designated United is homemaking and Community work on government and finance Sod _ or not ill waa set actions Day this year. I a Raaz a. A amount the Turnpike received in a state attended Commemorac the by iw.7 jul Ezzi pc Rie old i Quot his a ,hj1,�?r in a Quot ban Quot print a co. June Quot Quot ii Matth Damga or a a no us a a a pm re a ass a a Shew 5?u do tote Hgt urn a. Net a optimise Jim p., it we reel Una dec. Exhibits and a number of entries a Cleveland. Ohio. Banke who a u state and nation fro to Southwest breeders Are sex was quoted anonymously in the not u oui then must the Turnpike la Crabtree who Tours All peeled. Pour a i us Lamb feeders report did not appear nearly As commission pay Bond interest from through the state in Ute interest of will compete in that department a Younus in earnings. On wednesday beef cattle Wili the comm As Ion on interstate co bold the spotlight with entries from operation. Several of the purebred herds to a i we inclined to be hew hat june Sontz Mouded a entail for this. Complete. John c. Lester of Ivy there win be a substantial traffic be a the 10th anniversary Hill farm at Forest. Va., one of fax it with it within me next three to five a a free live conference of i Hedrick four Sisters mrs. Troy a mra Birlie Buren Ali pin. He Miller and mrs. Oakley riffs was a Veteran of world Wir d both of of. 3, Bluefield mrs arks a member of Midway George Taylor. Duhring. And mrs Christian Church. He was employ William Jones. Crumpler three Maiden Rioe manager of the Brothers Earnest. Montcalm Bluefield Gas company get tote in. J car nags. J stimulating United nations Day last rites for mrs Belle Hart half dozen pens of Tazewell lambs he said assuming a to per cent growth celebrations will visit Princeton Well 90. To need Matoaka resident have been entered three from a it is my Humble opinion that a traffic each year a reasonable Beckley and Oak Hill this week a 2 30 pm. A Vaar i la Leas she win be held today at 2 pm. From Bland Gottily and a contingent is the state of West Virginia will have expectation Finney a id Quot we find she will tour the Northern parts of at Hawkins funeral Chapel. The. Daughter of the late Israel Matoaka Christian of lurch. The expected from Russell. George considerable difficulty in disposing that a daily average of $10,000 the state next week. She explained Rev. Howard Baker will officiate keen of Buchanan county va., and rpm j 8 >1 a Tor. Will off Allen sheep specialist from the of any further Turnpike Bood the first year of operations that last year Only schools and interment will follow in Mon e mrs Ell the Yates keen of run elate assisted by the Rev Earl vp1 Extension animal husbandry possibly All other Revenue Bonds from dec i. 1956 to dec. I. 1956. Churches and woman s clubs con a a de Barr pastor of the Matoaka will judge the exhibits at to am. Issued by the state until some sub will provide the necessary funds Tab used to the activities and per methods Church. Burial will be or m r. Ellmore Extension Sudy of some kind to granted by for operation maintenance main ejecta Here but a citywide Cerebra in Woodlawn cemetery. Hiis Bannan of be the Teanee Reserve and interest audition is planned for this oct. 24 mrs. Hartwell died monday of lbs lds 1� judge Dairy cat a using a realistic approach and May be used As a so called Ter a Long 11 Ness the body will i tie on Friday. Coos Kleria All Normal tac ors re break even remain at the residence until the l. C. Beamer Evte naion Horti lated to the study Quot Koontz said commented Koontz funeral hour. Cultured. Also of vol will be Quot a is my sch of that present Rev the judge of the Community Cutata ensure Vista Park cemetery. Or Ali pin Seli county. It died monday at his Home after an ill Quot a of to month survivors Are her husband. L m. Damron three sons the Rey. Or obtain was born August 22, Vince Wilson of Holston. A. We 1907, at Bluefield. A. He was a son of Jesse m. Gilpin and the pallbearers will be Charles As a we Are dealing with the present Coe the Cost of and explained. United nations Day is usually celebrated by mass meeting parades school assemblies Ami u. N. Day parties miss Crabtree and future i Worth Witt be a Bury. Sylvester Foley. Cle to East boothes and farm and Garden crops sufficient to carry the project Well Nten Aru it f it Ute Quot a in prove Mon Booths would be set up Neal Wolfe Tony Pychon Allen miss Margaret grower lose coun what might be termed the ments and vex Tiwon and Servic to u. N nags. And dial she said that informs a display distribution John i 3. Bluefield and c of Seattle. Wash. Surviving in addition to his father Are his wife. The former miss tile body is at Cravens fun-?.Al Josephine most a of Bluefield four Home at Montcalm Range ments. Pending a children Vicky Lynn. Patricia Ann. Mary eur Rabein and Edna Carolyn All at Home. A sister. Mrs Lucille Tabor. Bluefield and two Brothers. Woodrow b Gil Pui. Bluefield and Janes r our n. .Al More. My. A brother. Charles William Gilpin preceded him in death pallbearers will be Richard Cai Bough. Lee Turpin. Gordon Edna Darlene Kindred five year i Taylor. Dong Arnold. Rodgers old daughter of or. And mrs Eddie Stanfield. W. R. Worley and Clyde Montcalm girl Hurt when hit by truck Sanford Kindred of Montcalm a hated As in a fairly Good condition at Bluefield sanitarium last night. After she was hit and knocked Down by a produce truck at Montcalm yesterday evening Hospital attendants said the Little girl suffered a brain concussion lacerations to the forehead and lips and facial bruises. Ambulance attendants said a he was unconscious when they picked her up. But was conscious when they arrived in Bluefield. Witnesses to the Accident said the five year old darted from behind an Oil truck that a unto a inc at the Crane Creek hic f .Al shop of the american Coal co. Winston Flower bearers will be the Junior girls class of the Independent Baptist Church. The body will remain at Hawkins funeral Home Rutlt r w Akers funeral rites for Arthur Wade Akers. 7?. Ivanhoe. Awill a conducted today it 1 30 . From Ivanhoe pentecostal holiness Church. Burial will be in the roof cemetery of Ivanhoe barn to funeral Home Wytheville. Va., la in charge of arrangements. Or. Akers died monday at his Home in Ivanhoe. Surviving Are his wife. The for Jig. Including retirement of of Onyx. Pamphlets and booklets explain i am sure thai the accomplish ing the functions of u. N. Are Nae meat is no annul . Throughout the world. Neither is it a herculean test a the meeting tomorrow is open veil defined a mess principles to the Public and representative Are applied and unpractical and i mor than too organizations who unnecessary expenditure a a support the United nations in the. A. Bill am to the residence of her son Damron Richlands at to today. Firmly Ham Damron of Richlands. A. And Joe Clifton of Marvin. A. Two daughters. Miss Emaxine Damron of Grimsley Ville and mrs. Rhods Kilgore of Huntington Morrow at pm of the Grassy my Dower Rsie pm proves and b to Home agent superintendent of a Experiment Sage and Toto a Chu Cit at Grimsley Ville. The Rev Copen po&iu0n per i Oai a in of tit it Sam do 0% of Voun r. F Fri a Ami Webb 1 mrs James w. Inman been named superin Enders of Quot fixture he to off Riata to Gnu run Mitzi l Lolk it a St mrs. James w. Inman. 83, wyth it food department in lieu of mrs. Planned Means a Northern Exten a storm it Avin. Va., died suddenly yesterdays Hoover who to unable to Aion. The Hod Yin he removed from Mie Home of a laughter. Or serve mrs. R o. Cruise is super indeed an Extension appear to former funeral Home Richlands Burton Morris. In Wytheville. Intended of Canning a detriment be the answer. Farmer funeral Home kimonos., Surat r re two other Date re. A it Uch u expected to be More certainly no one had sub uni ters. Miss Emma Inman and mrs. Com Pettle Han heretofore due to Bai reason to expect that the West Clara Byrd both of Quantico. A stimulation through a contest being Vina Ini Turnpike could me son. Walter Inman of Brook-1 sponsored by the Ball Brothers Hook up with the Virginia and Ville. Ohio 13 grandchildren Ani company. Mrs. J. B. Heldreth is nor h Carolina link of a through 14 great grandchildren the superintendent of needlework Turnpike Koontz said. Funeral services will be held to mrs. K. M. Witten Arn Ana crafts k element of risk Morrow at 2 . From Porterfield and mrs. George Cox. Of the Mir Mick funeral Home in Wythe floriculture department two. Int, will a in it m a 7"k so ssh Termini int Kow of ,. End cemetery. The Rev. Tom p miss Gra it eclipse reminds Exi ubi pm my Lawama n Connei Dion interment v ill be in Anderson Carriger will officiate Tor of needlework that Winzora of Ltd a a. In my of Lar Cox Kaia i cemetery at Birchleaf. A the body will remain at the ribbons in the nationwide a Rortvet a a urd the in and tear Fath a Dith Quot at the Quot la lips to. F toot t or. Anderson died monday at funeral Home con est. In the local fair. Are it eligible Contes ants in the 33.000 that it or 11% was a Ion vide contest and May also i do wry believe that Bere is anger int Arete of have their work judged in the Charle h. Anderson last rite for Tia Lea Henry Anderaon. 79. Haysi. Va., will be conducted today at la a in. From Hayti presbyterian Church. The Rev. James Smith will officiate. I h the Home of a son. The Rev. K Anderaon of Haysi the body has been removed funeral Home William r. A William Riley Hawks there we possibly an element of risk along with.Al Ion in Pride admits killing Mother. Step dad Cambridge Ohio. Aug. 9 Job in connection a 19-year-old you h tonight Taar arca have been invited. It is hoped that at least of representative of each Church school civic group and server club will attend to help plan is really big United nations Day eel bration for Bluefield this october state will open bids 59. Now or ewer a been any serious reported. A in a Highway fit Oft patrol the residence of the Rev. Or Derson. An at Richmond. Va., aug. 9 a the state Highway department today called for bids to be open from or univ funeral Home to i Hemphill died yesterday morning original Crochet design contest by a to rot>1llujac?> _rejea#e<1i an ?4 on Fly l additional Roar Welch Hospital he was pre smart or ooh it Magazine we Hub of ii would to Grant any from Chillicothe Federal Reforma aug. 24 on five additional Roa. At a Welch Hospital he was pre smart croon it Magazine which of "4 "tw., in i twi Vici Kiwi limn Narter a Gilrai of. Fig Glt a Jez. Ills just a mind Nfn i is a an adv an age. Am rings of his Mother mrs. Betty Jor old on that Date Turnpike or otherwise. Thomas 39 and her husband included in the five projects an Koontz report included a copy Gomer 50 bounced today Are a 308-Foo of an address by Gen or a Bridge Over the Chesapeake Arri Patteson 0hiq Ralerf and North amp Clifton 288-foot on Grav i a county second let route 70 when the Thomases or Ander amp on was a native of i love Hawks in 1952 the body is the legion Post has a aged the Dickenson county. Virginia he is St the Diu la mortuary in Tazewell county agricultural fan Marx. Tea h survived by his wife. The former watch for the several years and Are miss Lins Deel three other sons surviving Are three sons a expending every Effort to return it a a a Victor Anderson. Haysi. Arite of Nett of Winchester. Is Terrence to its former popular place in Disey oxen l West unto 1 Ohio and Henry end Troy both a Quot u a a Era �>ana4e. Anderson Breas. A and five three daughters daughters mrs. Willis rain j Shumate of Ca and into the path of a produce Mpr Las a Betty Mae Alley two Monteville. W a. Mrs. Dick Mahaffey of Welch and Mikl Cie pro a. A a anon a dr0ftd<.r0us Quot no matter How Vou look at it. Pm in 55 n x bridle Creek and the divid truck. The Driver was identified daughters. Mrs. Bruce Whalen and Adkins. Fern son w a. Mrs Hawks of Hemphill two Brothers. A my How conserva vely you Elmate Quot k1 ing of 2.5 Mues of u As Paul Watkins about 40. Also of mrs. Verdn slyer of Ivanhoe a Florence Moseley. Metes of. George of it. Airey n c. And fit a Iirvin of wire to the in come in my opinion we can Little Montcalm. The incident occurred Hon Harold Akers. Ivanhoe eight mrs. Hoa Ord Hylton. Wheel Erby of Hills Volle vow two Sis la Pittsfield easily w the interest up to the it to my in my a in a a a Ter or a m that time the i Pineville and mrs Maude rum of mass., in 181.1 he influenced the Ahn a we win Toni . Slot of b. >od.ajned, Ere in h of Hemphill play of Tazewell products in the r Day Titer the patrol spotted him on route 42 a i. Mrs. Virginia entertainment of the populace and Ssu we in k Pink d r 1t1 n i step fathers car new River it pies. Mrs Madge the week of Fellowship that used to a month. In r a won through town. Columbus poke had 11, a at about 4 30 . Pendents said ambulance at grandchildren and six great grand Wright. Tkv. And children Stanley. Breaks. A. Also surviving Are tour brother Raz Akers Fries. A. Dick and rhe Riu Akers of Barren a prints. Mrs Nasser to visit user Cairo. Egypt. Aug 9 it radio Cairo announced today Premier Gamal Abd-1 Nasser will make an official vial to Russia next Spring City amp Coalfield zip Boom rang a a a _. Go prices Down again at Brad-,1. 2.ji it Cali annual Alan r i lie will it main at Howard h. Fox Howard h Fox died at the Home va., and Henry Akers of Saltville. His daughter. Mrs r l. Deeper ducted at the Douglas funeral a. Sam cil o. Logan Samuel Osborne Logan. 6 at his Home in North yesterday at 6 pm he had been in for 14 months. He had been a resident of Taze of 625 Parkway Bluefield at 6 pm yesterday. Or. Fox died following the Onset of complications late of new York in 1819 to a cow psis in near the corp prop Riate Money to pc vide Preim of pm vim to ats Opl. Graham Day. Who picked mums for agricultural products of a Jenl us Miller at a service station Here. And products of the Home and they sit a in Faa Traat a the youth in a signed state Home cd fat 2pm tomorrow a in Hearne popular throughout ment admitted bludgeoning his Concord. N. C. And to grandchildren. Funeral services will be con Nie Rev. Paul Mahaffey Wpm officiate burial will be in Iaeger died drive in a fall suffered six memorial cemetery at Roderfield Tazewell weeks ago at his Home. He had made his Home with the daughter. Mrs deeper for the past five i years. Or. Fox was born in Staunton va., March 27. 1874, and was a weather a a furthermore we Hope by thai parents Wuh Blunt Tantrum you i time to have extensions Oom wed Las saturday morning. Tazewell first i. Pom Uig soon. To the North tying in with the Ohio Miller said he washed himself. After the War by Treto la Itter and Pennsylvania turnip is Wiloh purchased new clotting o replace Rural America memorable event 8 60 East of Creek. The latter is a defense Access lob which will include a 119-foct Bridge at the spillway of Lake Smith. Other projects include Giles county a u. 8. 460. 3.96 Miles of 24-foot relocation and re construction from 3 Miles East of Pearisburg and 0.3 mile wee of Hoges 8tore. Maryland mostly Ley s. Greatest Semi annual Clear a Quot the body will remain at Orem Lamarch 27. "l874 and we a c. A funeral hone at Tazewell artery lifelong member of the Marquois Ana a a arrangements will be made Many dresses i Staunton. A. He was also a Mem that were up to 189 95. Have been j Dave Matney Ber of the Poland St Clair bib z Cut to 116.95. Two big Racks of Dave Matney. 80. Guesses Fork class of Bland St. Methodist these beginning this morning ,va., died yesterday morning of tsar Church in Bluefield. His wife other dresses Cut much a Long illness. Cloudy at once More. Buy now. Value plus. Several Racks of dresses going for Bradley s. Survivors include his wife Di-1 Lek two sons Hiram. Guesses rat a Fork and Lawson Hurley. A. Up at one Dauje atari mrs. Walter Periman guesses Fork and one one Carl of Blouse a hm00 Mohawk. And petticoats going for $1.95 at w a. Also re Tiru it p Bradley a bargains. I stand Chloren and 30 great Grando Hildien one rack of blouses a Hie body has been removed and shirts marked to $2.95 while from Virginia funeral Home they last i claimed the interest of the veterans would assure us a substantial in the blood s tined garments he and their participation helped to crease in wore Tod headed Oast oat of Ohio make it a Success. A Merom Able these statements con railed in his step is there a car. Driving As an i tavern on the program was the sharply with the of the far u the mate of Delaware with blah in 7 h we find i Ian grand Parade led by the late col. It eve land banker who wrote prom there he drove Back weal. And occasional rain a in ill w l Graham composed largely that he was under the in he picked up four hit matters at i. W North la Ratibeh Central of cavalrymen of the late War. Pres Rioa. When Turnpike b o n d t Wilmington del., Ani Hagerstown. Memorial methodist Church at Quot Oral a3 b. In the in ties the horse lovers were first offered that them me md., the patrol wad. Hay and com and dominated the occasion for Many West Virginia toll read Wcur a is the hitchhikers who were with rising along nay Ana Eye Foj with Runng Grid Harnes Buir practically in conjunction Miller when he was cough. Were winds faces and other forms of Equine i i h the Virginia and nor h Caro identified by police As William a e Mer Tai nine it. After a number of ii a turnpikes this Imo revision the Stoddard. 16 and Alex j. Gregory. Mouv and roof wtjiitj5 operation was carried on banker said he got from Bear. Jug both of Denver and Samuel j. J222uu�?~ sirs sir and by private individuals and soon Stearns and co., the investment Mussolino. 17. And Ira w Cook. 18. Demina Del Ned to infrequent stating House which received Turnpike both of falling Waters. W a. L about 30 years ago the county Bond on the original bid. Charles h. Fox. 504 memorial fro a 10 .1, Board of supervisors acquired the he noted that Coverdale and col ave., both of Bluefield mrs. L 8 the duty abnormally High wrap arty. In addition to an of put As expert maintain the same Castana Hor sea a of or other enter degree of accuracy in predictions it tement features a livestock Anc for these proposed ventures As they to on was operated on the grounds did it h tile West a Sagonia Thirn to Bessie Lou Fox preceded him death five years ago. He la survived by the following children mrs. R. L. Desper Ary wind will increase afternoon. Thursday and rain. Morris of Charlotte. N. C. E n. Swink of Staunton. A nine grandchildren. Coast. Thursday High winds and Sud rain Wen Virginia. Conic Teribie tit e body will be removed from cloudiness with scattered blowers a Jlon trying to re est Aniali Pike Quot the banker wrote a then Grundy. Ato the Home. Funeral services will be held at the residence tomorrow at la ant. The reverends Delbert Justice and _ Julius Lester both of guesses Glenhaven suits marked to 112 95 Fork. Will be in Clarge. Interment Glenhaven suit marked to $12.�. Win in Matney cemetery at guesses Fork. Coats a cheap a $9 95 at Bradley s. Many Cotton others to $14.95 and $16 65. Value at Bradley s truly Hawkins funeral Home to the wednesday High in 70s East and institution Hamrick funeral Home in staun of weal. Thursday Moo by Cloudy ton. A. Today where the body will and Wemdy with showers cooler remain until the hour of the funeral barely old Udy. Warm and humid with scattered showers or Thunder Star is wednesday High 85-90 thursday partly Cloudy. Cooler and showers lately East Western Pennsylvania partly funeral services will be conducted at Staunton Friday. The hour a not been set. Earl Mccoy or. We can expect the or hems i Issue to be subsequently watered by and cd Khial Bond to the extent of 45 per cent and a failure to meet Rieter pred motion of earning by some $2,000 a Day a estimates receipts Tokyo. Wednesday. Aug. To a Turnpike net Revenue in june Hie in u. S. Airmen take off to amounted to $7,700 a Daw destination they former red captives will leave for Home Wool Suita going a Low As $22 95 at Bradley a. Many hats on the $1.00 table at Bradley s others $1.95. $2.95. And $3 95. Get one of those slips for la 95 at Bradley a bridal shop one rack of evening dresses going for half Price at Bradley a bridal shop All sports clothes marked to move at bridal shop. Mrs. W. Ii. Robinette last rites for mrs. Ollie May Robinette. 59. Of Bethel Community near Princeton will be today at 2 . At the Shiloh methodist Church in Bland county. A. The reverends Lloyd Stidom and j. R. Cottrell will officiate. Burial will be in the Church cemetery. The body will lie in state at the Church for one hour prior to the service. Earl Mccoy sr., 64. Of 835, Western Pennsylvania. for that destination they Koontz included in his report a Augusta Street. Bluefield died a i us a and dreamed of during 32 Long month letter from Bear. Stearns and co. A a a a in red China a prisons Home. Which estimated net daily receipts two c54s. Equipped with berth would Incret a to about $9,000 a will leave at i . La . Tues Dav next june and Progre to an Day. Not for the Mainland estimated $14,500 a Day by june.1 by saturday or sunday at the the projected annual income i us lift vib of Eccl Diun Inu. Us a r a i yesterday at Bluefield sanitarium w a cd to red showers shortly after being admitted. Death "te1 waa attributed to a heart Condi up nut a warm and Humita lion. He aaa born nov. 26. 1890 at uttered Shower afer m ate wan. A son of Albert j. And Quot eve it ung wednesday. Lug i Polley Young Mccoy. Or Mccoy and 11 Home a pc june estimated at a a retired superintendent for cd Stu i after Runn relative they have not seen since $3 35 Sqq to increase to $5,292.-thc winding Gulf collieries awl in Rte noon Quot later was owner of Mccoy s mar-1 to it Teasee warn and Burn id John Knox Arnold and the j Ket on the j Snow Era Motsy 1 other crewmen shot Down Dur a they flew off to War. To 500 in june 1962 Koontz said he thought a More rent a floor Sander refinish them yourself and save Money Ramsey paint co. 621 Raleigh St. Bluefield w. A. It Mclain for Thi better positions Quot tha exclusive Busine school Quot Day and night classes fully accredited approved for veterans executive secretarial a secretarial All branches stenographic a auxiliary subjects a electric typewriters a taxation Prentice Holli a accountancy Ond business administration Complete business Junior accounting machine accounting calculating machines 4th, 6th and 7th floor Cool amp Coke bldg. Elevator service phone 8208 Federal Street Bluefield w. A. Make today the turning Point of your career pyjamas As cheap $2 95 at Bradley s bridal 8hop. Rheumatism a a i ii i in Bukur Krs offered amazing Relief remarkable be medical discovery offer ast Relief from nagging crippling pains of Rheum a turn arthritis neuritis a pan Bdl tablets work through blood Stream a reduce uric acid a peed blessed Relief from subbing pains in Muscles and joints a pan sex can bring restful a Active Days try wonderful a pan xxx Tablet today Taylor s drug store 228 Printer Are. Bluefield w. A. Mrs. Virginia Walker mrs. Virginia Doan Walker. 86 Bradley i a did yesterday at me Morial Hospital in Pur cd in. She had been a patient at then. Pita i for one we2k. Born in Giles county a she was a daughter of tile late Jerry and Elmira Bowleg. Her husband. Jake Walker preceded her in death in 1940. Surviving Are four daughter. Mrs. Lola shrew amp Berry of Prince tan. Or. Ira Mills of ego a mrs. Gilber 8hrewsberry of Kegler and mrs. Kate Mitchell of Rodell 21 grandchildren and 21 great grandchildren. Mrs. Walker was a member of the freewill Baptist Church at Tom run. The body will remain at memorial funeral directory Chapel where friends May Call funeral service will be conducted tomorrow at la a m. At Coal Cit cemetery near Beckley. Interment will be in the Coal City cemetery Road. He is survived by his wife. Mrs Virginia Murphy Mccoy two a Tendon a a a a in. Us k0r�?zn War or High 88-93. Thursday partly Cloudy with scattered showers it Mug temperatures Washington. Arg 9 p weather Bureau report of temperature and rainfall for the 24 hours ending 7 pm daughters. Miss Bernice Mccoy at Coo or in noon Home and mrs. Kenneth e. Jones of Warsaw. A one son bail Mccoy or. Of Wytheville. A. Three Brot is. Robert f. Of Matewan. Carlos and e. F. Both of Ragland three sister. Mrs. S f. Mcfann mrs de Maynard and mrs. Jevne Smith All of Williamson or Mccoy was a member of the Pageton masonic lax age and a member of the first Christian Church of Bluefield the body will remain.Al Mercer Denver funeral Home James l. Rowe James Lee Crowe. 52. Of Adkin. A. Died yesterday in a Marion a Hospital. He is survived by hts wife. Lena Bales Crowe on. Bluefield Monument Compa Nying. J a a t t duh located in the heart of town Bluefield Virginia nights Bungey and Holiday Ope Quot by App Alment Adkins. Burial v cemetery at Adi Saver funeral a Home in High Low Pep Asheville 8? 68 Atlanta 87 to Bluefield 76 �?�5 .97 bos on 73 56 Chicago 82 61 Chic in Natl 91 64, Dallas 102 79 a Denver 86 61 Jack soon lie 93 73 to Angeles 85 67 a a i Lou Reviue 93 68. A Memphis 91 75 Miami 9? 75 new Orleans 89 74 1.05 now York 76 65 a Philadelphia 80 65 Pittsburgh 84 61 Richmond 82 70 09 St. Louis 89 65 ban Francisco 64 49 Seattle 73 48 i Washington 79 60 .09 Yow to covered for year rer00f now for year a round Protection Contact us for Haw Wark a repairs Karl h. Frye is Roanoke St. Incur Koratko phone Sih Ilu Ifield w. A. Choice of route. They chose the one that will take them to Hawaii for a restful Layover their plane is due at Travis air Force base Northeast of san Francisco at 8 a m. Pacific Daylight time Friday. Church state fight fades in Buenos Aires Buenos Aires aug. 9 a a group of Pero Niata deputies today were reported in favor of giving president Juan d. Peron Aix months More to Call a constitutional convention to discus separating the Church and state. Such a delay would put off a showdown on the explosive Issue. The feud Between the government and the roman Catholic Church a eased since the june 6 rebellion. Peron had aroused the Church of trying to undermine his government. The Church denied it. Since june 16 Peron has called far pacification of the nation and criticism of the clergy has faded. I the family make an unhurried uninfluenced Choice of the service that meets its wishes when we Ara a called. A . A a or n4 a a my of Carni phone 4280 where there s smoke there should be an Extension Telephone an Extension Telephone in your Kitchen lets Yon take. Or make. Calls and still watch your dinner. Costa so Little too. Call our business office today. I i i i i i i i i i i i i i i i i i it i i i i i i i i i i i i i i a i of neral of imm general Telephone company of the Southeast d a Futer of to a at a Lupo Sis Ted a us Ftp in Uca. 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