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Bluefield Daily Telegraph (Newspaper) - August 10, 1955, Bluefield, West Virginia Page two Bluefield daily Telegraph Bluefield w. A. Wednesday morning August 10, 195s Mercer Coal Miner fatally injured in blast which pierced Wall at Mccomas William m. Kade lives two hours a Coal mine Accident yesterday afternoon claimed the life of a 48-year-old Mercer county Miner. William Miles Kade 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 min3 when a Quot shot a was set off on the opposite Side of the Wall where he was working. The blast came through the Wall injuring Kade.-. The mishap occurred about 5 . 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 . And died an hour later he never regained consciousness. An unidentified Miner was working near Kade when the a deaths and funerals mrs. Minnie Keadle mrs. Minnie Peck Keadle. 83. Of Pickaway died at the Home of her Niece. Mrs. Ray Beckett at Pickaway yesterday morning. Her Hus band Carl a. Keadle preceded her in death in 1939. She had lived at Pickaway for about 45 years and made her borne with the Niece. Mrs. Beckett for the past thre years. She was a member of the Pickaway methodist Church. Her Only 1 survivors Art several nieces and nephews. Funeral services will be conducted tomorrow at 11 . At uhe Home of mrs. Beckett at Pickaway. The Rev. C. D. Whited will i officiate assisted by the Rev. G. M. Ford and or. R. R. Gray. Interment will be in Green Hiu cemetery at Union. The body will be removed from the Broyles funeral Home at Union to the Home of mrs. Beckett today at 3 . Mrs. L. M. Damron mrs. Mary Damron. 85, of grim Tazewell fair opens aug. 16 state auditor predicts solid Bluefield to plan financial Outlook for Pike citywide in Day Tazewell. the Gates of Crar Lehston aug Che Tazewell in the county since shortly after the War Between the states will open tuesday. Aug. 16, for the remainder of the week As an Enterprise of the Sidney Coulling Post american legion. 9 a a Hie i realistic approach would of to fix an open meeting will be held to Wair on ii�tit7ition financial Structure of the West estimated net income by june 195s Morrow morning at Hamilton Hai Virginia Turnpike May not be As at $8,000 instead of $9.000� and toj 0f the Bland Street methodist sound As Che Bedrock on which it project increasing income at $1, Church to organize a committee to lies but signs were seen today 000 a year. That it will become More solid in this projection would fix annual he future. Income at $2,920.000 in june 1956. Due Znuj us Gifu the signs were pointed out to again the matter of the break the poet has enlisted the Aid of Day by legislative auditor car even Point a the amount the Tum ithe agricultural Extension service each h Koontz in a details re must take in daily to pay its staff in promoting interest in an by it on Turnpike financing before interest costs and allow for main exhibition of the farm products Che Legislatures joint committee tenancy was discussed homemaking and Community work. On government and finance and the i g set a on wednesday beef cattle will the commission on interstate co $15 300 a Day _ almost twice the hold the spotlight with Meyries from operation amount the Turnpike received in several of the purebred herds tot i am i lined to move to Teeth last june Koontz included a Complete. John c. Lester of Ivy there we be a Suhs Zontrai traffic f Stearns offi i Hill farm at Forest a. One at growth tie next three to five Btu steam. Of Uto state Toren Bre Feea. Of be Toason plan a United nations Day Celebration for Bluefield. Miss Agni Crabtree of Charleston appointed by the governor of the state As a representative of the United state committee for United rations Dav will speak at the meeting. Oct. 24 has been designated United nations Day this year. Miss Crabtree who is serving her second term As u. N. Day representative for this state attended the 10th anniversary commemorative conference of United nations at san Francisco. Cal. June 20 through 26 of this year. She will finh a Ftp int re to until dec explain the programs presented in ? merest unto decal other communities throughout the a 1�m>. N 1 Nfn n in fun Edward l. Gilpin last rites for Edward Lee go pin 47. Of Edgemont drive will morning in a Richlands. A. Hcs be conducted today at 2 30 . I Pital following a judge this division at 6 30 . Sheep prevalent Perl sheep will dominate thursdays not As optimistic exhibits and a number of entries a Cleveland. Obio banker who. State and nation Iron Southwest breeders Are sex was quoted anonymously in the not until Tatien my the miss Crabtree who Tours All petted. Four a club Lamb feeders report did not appear nearly As Bond merest from through the state in the interest of will compete in that department. A of plums in. A a a. Quot mrs. Belle Hartwell Ciao Iii Vul hip i Porev ups Gerdav last rites for mrs. Belle Hart a half dozen pens of Tazewell lambs he said in a Frh Minris a hns-1 we11. 90, Plone i Matoaka resident have been entered three from a it is my Humble opinion that years nines she wil1 Heid today at 2 irom a Bland vainly and a contingent is the state of West Virginia will have James Edward Kade. He is survived by his Mother. Mrs. Hallie Hedrick four Sisters mrs. Troy Miller and mrs. Oakley Riggs both of it. 3. Bluefield mrs. George Taylor. Duhring and mrs. 1907, at Bluefield. A. He was a son of Jesse m. Gilpin and the la e mrs. Bertie Burton Gilpin. He was a Veteran of world War a a and was a member of Midway Christian Church. He was employ Wllliam Jones Crumpler three pm As maintenance manager of the Brothers Earnest Montcalm Bluefield Gas company John it. 3. Bluefield and c it surviving in addition to his father of Seattle. Wash. Arp his wife the former miss Hie body is at Cravens Josephine of Bluefield four Home at Montcalm pending a children Vicky Lynn Patricia Ann ring girl Hurt when hit by truck Edna Darlene Kindred five year old daughter of or. And mrs. Eddie Sanford Kindred of Montcalm was listed As in Quot 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 she 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 was unto a ing at the Crane Creek ele Al shop of the american Coal co. And Mary Elizabetn and Edna Carolyn All at Home a Slater. Mrs. Lucille Taber. Bluefield and two Brothers. Woodrow b. Gilpin Bluefield and r Gilpin. Baltimore my. A brother Charles William Gilpin preceded my in death. Pallbearers will be Richard car Bough Lee Turpin Gordon Taylor Doug Arnold. Rodgers Stanfield. W. R. Worley and Clyde Winston. Flower bearers will be the Junior girls class of the Independent Baptist Church. The body will remain at Hawkins funeral Home. Arthur w. Akers funeral rites for Arthur Wade Akers. 72, Ivanhoe. Va., will of conducted today at 2 30 . From Ivanhoe pentecostal holiness Church. Burial will be in the roof cemetery at. Ivanhoe. Barnett funeral Home withe Volle. A. Is in charge of arrangements. Or. Akers died monday at his Liam Damron of Richlands. A and Joe Clifton of Marvin. A. Two daughters. Miss Emaline Damron of Grimsley Ville and mrs. Rhoda Kilgore of Huntington. Funeral services will be tomorrow at 11 . From the Grassy Church at Grimsley Ville. The Rev. Carl Robinson the Rev. Albert Ball and the Rev. Neal Webb w la officiate. Interment will follow at Davis cemetery. The 1 Farmer a Bill . Today. Charles h. Anderson last rites for Charles Henry earnings. Stimulating United nations Day assuming a 10 per cent growth celebrations will visit Princeton in traffic each year a reasonable Beckley and Oak Hill this week expectation Finney said Quot we find she will tour the Northern parts of $10,000 the state next week. She explained year Only schools and woman a clubs con the activities and per but a City wide Cerebra planned for this oct. 24 nations Day is usually tie on Friday. Considering All Normal re a a break even celebrated by mass meeting l. C. Beamer Extension Horti lated to the study a Koontz said. Commented Koontz parades school assemblies and cult Urist. Also of will be a Ort is my belief tha Quot present Rev we Are dealing with the present u. N. Day parties miss Crabtree _ _ the judge of the Community crib venues and future growth will be come Cost of operation and explained. She said that informs Bury Sylvester Foley Cletus East boothes and farm and Garden crops sufficient to carry the project Well maintenance future improve Tion Booths would be set up display Neal Wolfe. Tony Pychon Allen miss Margaret Groseelose coun past what might be termed the ment its and Extension and Servic in u-.,n flags and distributing Meadows. Ralph Sproles and b. To Home agent superintendent of experimental Sage and into a inking retirement of Bonds pamphlets and booklets Ono Lair Copen the homemaking department an sounder and Mere stable position ,.j sur accomplish ing the functions of u. N. Agencies ounces that mrs. E. C. Yost has for future me0l q0 undertaking throughout the world. Mrs. James w. Inman been named superintendent of Quot future he pm neither it a herculean task if the meeting tomorrow is open mrs. James w. Inman. 83. Wyth foods department in lieu of mrs. Planned Means a Northern Exten Well _ defined business principles t0 the Public and representatives Volle. A. Died suddenly yesterdays p. A cover who is unable to a Ion. _ Are applied and impractical and of More than 100 organizations who ter a Long uness. The body will remain at the residence until the funeral hour. Pallbearers will be Charles As ilxtwwl0n few it ear 10 unnecessary expenditures certainly no one had Sustan rejected reason to expect that the West Clara Byrd both of Quantico. A stimulation through a contest being Virginia Turnpike would quid Fly one son Walter Inman of Brook sponsored by the Ball Brothers Hook up with the Virginia and Ville Ohio 13 grandchildren and company. Mrs. J. B. Heldreth is nor h Carolina link of a through 14 great grandchildren the superintendent of needlework Turnpike system a Koontz said. Funeral services will be held to mrs. K. M. Witten arts and crafts element of risk Are. A l Rune Rai Fie Ivice win Ucucu a w a a a a Anderson 79. Haysi va., will be Morrow at 2 . From Porterfield-1 and mrs. George Cox. Of the William r. Hawks conducted today at 11 . From Haysi presbyterian Church. The Rev. James Smith will officiate. Interment will be in Anderson cemetery at Birchleaf a. I the body will or. Anderson died monday at funeral Home the Home of a son the Rev. E. H. Anderson of Haysi. The body has been removed from Grundy funeral Home to the residence of the Rev. Or. Anderson. Or. Anderson was a native of Dickenson county. Virginia. He is survived by his wife the former miss Lina Deel three other sons Victor Anderson Haysi Arlie of West Union Ohio and Henry Anderson. Breaks a and five daughters mrs., Willis Raines. Monteville w. A. Mrs. Dick Minnick funeral Home in wyth floriculture department Volle. Interment will be in West i needlework exhibits end cemetery. The Rev. Tom p Carriger will officiate. Quot there was possibly an element of risk along with vision in pre determining the action of Virginia admits killing Mother step dad support the United nations in the area have been invited. It is hoped that at least of representative of each Church school civic group and Servic club will attend to help plan a really big United nations Day cent bration for Bluefield this october state will open bids. Miss Groseclose reminds exhibit in connection a 19-year-old Youh tonight tear a r n. .ii�2jz.wit extensions of the fully confessed beating the Moberl Lles to. Project Cambridge. Ohio aug. 9 1�- tear-1 remain at the ribbons in the nationwide Crochet Bui Koontz assured the command step father to death congest in the local Tair Are Memi get is Columbus Home Quot in a fit of l if a i do not believe that there is the state Highway patrol Richmond. A. Aug. 9 a the state Highway department to Home in Ivanhoe. Surviving Are is wife the for into the path of a produce Mer mias Betty Mae Alley two truck. The Driver was identified daughters. Mrs. Bruce Whalen and Adkins Ferguson w va., mrs As Paul Watkins about 40, also it of mrs. Verde Sayers of Ivanhoe amp Florence Moseley Meigs. Ga., Montcalm. The incident occurred i sen Harold Akers. Ivanhoe eight mrs. Howard Hylton. Wheel at about 4 30 ., ambulance at grandchildren and six great grand Wright ky., and mrs. William Riley Hawk 59. Of have their work judged in the c. Of West Vir-1 if no �11� Relea Day called for bids to be opened of Phili. Died yesterday morning original Rochet design contest by Wod have to Grant any from Hillis Fermi Reposi 24 on five Addias Nal at a Welch Hospital. He was pre smart Croohe Magazine which of of Sidy in order that the is ass o Wal Aust St projects. Earlier the department a advertised 18 other Prole it i a a a a targeted a adva Aoge. Staying5 Mother. Mrs. Betty Subj on Fly a at the Walch. Surviving Are three sons Arnett of Winchester a. Terrence and Troy both three daughters Shumate of Caples that Date. Far the Lort several veers and Are Turi a be or Thomas. 39. And her husband included in the five pets an Raqi the a it ast several Yeotis Ana Are Koontz report included a copy Gomer 50.bounced today Are a 308-foot expending every Effort to return it a address by Turnpike Gen a my a u Bridge Over the Chesapeake and to its former popular place in Dis Kev i Patterson was apprehended Here to 0 Railroad n0ith of Clifton no. non Nai in kit a Ifal manager key l. Rai Teson it Fly rat Rois re a Yiju a Himly a nil on route 42 a 288-foot Over new River on Gray said ice int a Tanir Ilson county secondary route 707 Teniente said. Nasser to visit user Cairo. Egypt. Aug. 9 a Fly radio Cairo announced today Premier Gamal Abdl Nasser will make an children. Also surviving Are four Brothers Raz Akers. Fries. A. Dick and Sheri Akers of Barren Springs i a. And Henry Akers of Salty ill a. Samuel o. Logan Samuel Osborne Logan. 62, died Stanley Breaks a. Howard h. Fox of 625 Parkway. Bluefield. At 6 . Yesterday. Or. Fox died following the Onset of complications i of Hemphill play of Tazewell products in the a Quot to h e Weston rotary Ai it 1 forgers. Virginia entertainment of the populace and k it month in a pattern Kilili Stepfather a car ties mrs. Madge the week of Fellowship that used to month. In it Rawson. Golumbus Potocke had Mahaffey of Welch and mias Icie or h a a Ned Verotis Quot no matter Bow you look at it Quot Erda when fcthemthomafl2? near bridle Creek and 016 7�?o Hawks of Hemphill two Brothers of Kanah wac a a Quot v or Bow conserva vely you estimate if tax dbl it my naked 1 ing of 2 5 Mues of u 8 60 est i George of it. Airey no. And to amp to to he a he Ioc me. To my opinion we can Little Creek. Berkshire county fair at Pittsfield a that time the Suth-1 two Hammere and two but her s�-ai5�wa or Teasly m a a a fixate. Burial will be in Iaeger the latter is a defense Access Iob which will include a 119-foct Bridge at the spillway of Lake Smith. Other projects include Giles county a u. S. 460. 3.96 Miles of 24-foot relocation and re official visit to Russia next aping. T his Home in North Tazewell. I week aff0 at his Home. He had City amp Coalfield zip Boom bang a va., yesterday at 6 . He had been 11 for 14 months. He had been a resident of Taze years. Erby of Hillsville a. Two Sis Gani Zed the first Rural fair the James ters mrs. Emmett Bowman of asst ht�rtss5sl5nbsf. Wed a i a Quot a Quot a a h or funeral services will be con mums for agricultural to ducks rom vhf Ima add up Miller at a service station Here. Is Howard h. Fox died at the Home funeral services wed c of the Home and Thev North Carolina. the youth in a signed state a of his daughter. Mrs. R. L. Desper ducted at the a it Assoon became popular throughout statement f contrast Nen admitted bludgeon Hirw Bis a a auction from 3 Mies eat of Home Chapel at 2 pm. Tomorrow. Rural America Quot further More we Bope by that parents with Blunt instruments from 3 Mues East of the Rev. Paul Mahaffey we of memorable event time to have completed last saturday morning. Keansburg and 0.3 Fla West Tazewell a first fair coming soon to the North tying in with the Ohio Miller said he Wou sized himself �?o0es3w>re. A after the War Between the state and Pennsylvania turnpikes which purchased new clothing to replace claimed the interest of the veterans would assure us a substantial in the blood stained garments he and their participation helped to crease in wore and headed East out of Ohio make it a Success. A Mer Raible these statements con r As ted in his step fat Era a car. Driving As and event on the program was the sharply with the opinions of the far As the state of Delaware. 1uwui a a Wie a act in vuiripirvow4 45. Received in a fall suffered six memorial cemetery at Roderfield made i Home with the daughter. Mrs. Desper for the past five weather Marvling mostly Cloudy nil dried Down again at Brad in county for 13 years. Or. Fox was born in Staunton. Wed Ria grand Parade led by the late col. Cleveland banker who wrote prom there he drive Back West. ¿5 Arfi a Ltd re Nii so to the body will remain at greeverva., March 27, 1874. And was a Coal in 70 w l Gravani c0mposed largely Koontz that he was under the in he picked to four hitchhikers at Leys greatest Semi annual Clear Ance Sale. Many dresses that were up to $89 95, have been Cut to $16.95. Two big Racks of funeral at Tazewell where lifelong member of the Marquois and Cas Ionar ram n. Of Cavan ramen of the late War. Pres on. When Turnpike Bonds Wilmington del., and Hagerstown arrangements will be made. Memorial methodist Church at spreading North Rouan Cen the 35 the horse lovers were first offered that the 8s-m the my. The patrol mid. J Staunton a. He was also a Mem and Easl do dominated the occasion for Many West Virginia toll Road would be the hitchhikers who were with Dave Matney Berol the Foland St. Clair bib a _ Dave Matney. 80, guesses Fork class of Bland St. Methodist these beginning this morning. Bulva. Died yesterday morning after Church in Bluefield. His wife at once other dresses Cut much a Long illness. Bessie Lou Fox preceded him in More. Buy now. Values plus. Survivors include his wife i death five years ago. Several Racks of dresses going for Bradley s. Rising along Bay and Coo Ana with Runng harness built practically in conjunction Miller when he was Caugh were we High ends races and other forms of Equine i h Bhe Virginia and North Caro identified by police As William afternoon. Thursday High Winas entertaiilime5ti after a number of Lina turnpikes. This imore.? the Stoddard. 16 and Alex. Gregory years its operation was carried on1 banker said he got from Bear in both of Denver and Samuel. Virginia Cloudy and Cort Bijj by private Ildi visuals and soon Stearns and co., the investment a us Solivo 17. And Ira w. Cook 18,1 wean essay Ana i a House which received Turnpike both of falling Waters w. A. I county Bonds on the original bid. The i he noted that Caver Daie and col an of Pitta As experts maintain the same enter degree of accuracy in predictions a w v Nur Divinc Are 25 k n. 9wu1k or Staunton a Ana. Tarment features a livestock aug for these proposed ventures As they and petticoats going for $1.95 at w. A. Also survive my Ai grandchildren. West Virginia cons Demboe Uon was 0pera,ted on the grounds did i h the West Virginia turn Bradley s. Bargains the body will be removed from cloudiness with scattered showers legion is try ii to re establish Pike a the banker wrote Quot then it a Hod has been removed Hawkins funeral Home to the wednesday High in 70s East and Matt tuition. We can expect the original issues the body Naa been remove i funeral Home m at 80s West. Thursday pcs by Cloudy $5.95 up one cart of blouses Cie two sons Hiram. Guesses he is survived by the following a Mecom no declined t0 infrequent staging. Fork and Lawson Hurley a children mrs. R. L. Desper any winds increasing a to coning Aboul years a a cot at one daughter mrs. Walter Cole Charles h. Fox 504 memorial Strong to Gale Force a Board of supervisors acquired one a Gunter one ave., both of Bluefield mrs. L. 8. I Jda it a abnormally property in addition to a Quot Harrison Mohawk Morris of Charlotte. N. A mrs. Along coast. Thursday High Inda Cas ional Horseshoe or other a Mir Divinc Are 25 e. N. Swank of Staunton. A and and ram _ Tain ment features a lire Stod rent a floor Sander refinish them yourself and save Money Ramsey paint co. 621 Raleigh St. Bluefield w. A. Man brother one rack of blouses and shirts marked to $2.95 while from Virginia funeral Home. Hamrick Fuy rid Horne Wendy the show Era. Cooler they last. Coats As cheap a $9.95 at Bradley a. Many Coupon a Glenhaven suits marked to $12.95, others to $14.95 and $16 65, truly values at Bradley s. Wool suits going As 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 Grundy a. To the Home. Funeral services will be held at the residence tomorrow at 11 . The reverends Delbert Justice and Julius Lester both of guesses Fork will be in charge. Interment will be in Matney cemetery at guesses Fork. Mrs. W. H. Robinette last rites for mrs. Ollie May i 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. R Cottrell will officiate. Burial will slips for $1.95 at Bradley a bridal be in the Church cemetery. The shop. Body will lie in state at the Church Poad for one hour prior to the service. One rack of evening dresses going for half Price at Bradley a bridal shop All sports clothes. ,. Marked to move at Bradley of cd de s2�? m5 bridal shop. Pyjamas As cheap ask 12.95 at Bradley a bridal shop. Rheumatism a anti Utitia sufferers offered amazing Relief remarkable new medical us covery offers fast Relief from nagging crippling pains of rheumatism arthritis neuritis. A pan Kex tablets work through blood Stream a reduce uric acid a a peed blessed Relief from stabbing pains in Muscles and a pan sex can bring restful Righta a Active Days try wonderful a pan sex tablets today Taylor s drug store 228 Princeton ave. Bluefield w. To. Mortal Hospital in Prirca ctn. She had been a patient at the a Pital for one week. Born in Giles county a. She was a daughter of the late Jerry and Elmira Bowles. Her husband. Jake Walker. Preceded her in death in 1940. Surviving Are four daughter. Mrs. Lola Shrewsberry of Princeton. Mrs. Ira Mills of Geirah. Mrs. Gilber 8hrewsberry of Kegler and mrs. Kate Mitchell of Rodell 21 grandchildren and 21 great grandchildren. Mis. Walker was a member of to be subsequently watered by and Ranf Ivo -. Cd tonal Bonds to the extent of 45 remain until the hour of the funeral i _ .1. Iii Iii Licu a dui Iyub per cent and a failure to meet funeral services will be conducted1 ii Toi 1 r ii their potion of earnings by at Staunton Friday. The hour a humid with scarred showers or 1y. I Gyp or h to some $2.000 a Day not been set thunderstorms wednesday High of Iii Lcou c i us ii Iii estimates receipts �85-90. Thursday partly Cloudy Cool Tokyo. Wednesday aug. 10 of Turnpike net revenues in june Earl Mccoy or. J dec and showers Likely East. A Breien u. S. Airmen take off to amounted to $7.700 a Dav. Earl Mccoy or 64 of 8351 Western Pennsylvania partly Day for that destination they Koontz included in his report a Augusta Street Bluefield. Died Cloudy Ai gtd min an dreamed of during 32 Long months Etter from Bear Stearns and co. Yesterday at Bluefield sanitarium thursday with scattered a Nowers. A red China a prisons a Home which estimated net daily receipts shortly after being admitted. Death High Hlf cow two c54s. Equipped with berths. Wou d increase to about $9,000 a was attributed to a heart Condi be no Eyl j5s? wl11 leave 1 pm Al Tunis Dav next june and Progress to an scattered a were Daji est apr Mai jaad u estimated $14,500 a Day by june. 22 a a a by saturday or sunday at the 1962 the projected annual income 88-98. Thursday Par by latest the 11 will be at Home with for june 1956 estimated at tired showers mostly in East Ana relative a they have not seen since 53 285,000, to increase to $5,292, amp Outh cooker in aft Rikk n. The amp a flew off to War. Soo in time Tennessee warm and humid Knox Arnold and the 300 in Jelinc 1%2�?~ with scattered showers mostly in 10 other crewmen shot Down Dur afternoon and evening wednesday m the i Rean War were Given a he is survived by his wife mrs 88-93 thursday partly Cloudy ch0ice of routes. Thev Che the he is Murphy Mccoy two Turing on that jul take them to Hawaii for a restful Layover. _ their plane is due at Travis air of Warsaw a. One son Earl wasting ton Aig 9 in of orce base Northeast of san fran Mccoy or of Wytheville. A. Weather Bureau reported temper a fico Ai f. A m Pac Daylight three broilers. Robert f. Of mate nature and rain a Fau for the 24 hours time Friday wan Carlos and e. F. Both o ending 7 . Tion. He was born nov. 26, 1890 at mate wan. A son of Albert. And Polley Young Mccoy. Or. Mccoy was a retired superintendent for the winding Gulf collieries and later was owner of Mccoy a Market on the Koontz said he thought a More Mclain for the better positions Quot the exclusive business school Day and night classes fully accredited approved for veterans executive secretarial secretarial All brooches stenographic auxiliary subjects electric typewriters taxation Prentice Hall accountancy and business administration Complete business Junior accounting machine accounting calculating machines elevator service phone 8208 4th, 6th and 7th floor Coal 0 Coke bldg. Moke today the turning Point of your career Federal Street Bluefield w. A. a tor it to air noon 4is-, _ in. 5�?T�Home and mrs. Kenneth e. Jones a temperatures Ragland three Sisters. Mrs. S. P. Mcfarlin. Mrs. De Maynard and a a evilly mrs. Wayne Smith All of William Atlanta son Bluefield or Mccoy was a member of the to on Pageton masonic Lodge and a i Chicago member of the first Christian Cincinnati Church of Bluefield. The body will remain at Mercer funeral Home. High Low Pep 82 86 James l. Crowe Dallas Denver Jacksonville Loe Angeles Louisville Memphis Miami the Church at James Crowe. 52. Of Adkins Aii sirs a led yes Friday left Marion a Hli. Sii a in a Hospital is survived by his new Orleans Chi incl where intends a amp a Cfall a Ufa a i nil a rips Crowe Opp York cd is lust 8i5tcr mrs Earl Arnow 01 Adkins i Pula Delptha i Isva a to san ski funeral services will be at 2 30 Pittsburgh is Uttof in Ehl Ornaf run rim a torn today fat the Church of god in Richmond be in the Coal a to. A Eipel by. 1 Adkins. Burial win be in Wasburn St. Louis cemetery at Adi in. The body is to san Francisco Seaver funeral Home in Marion. Seattle a. Washington Bluefield Monument company no r rul�u0jli �c.4 -4� lit i Mil located in the heart of town Bluefield Virginia night. Site Beys end Holiday ogee by aggie tent 87 76 73 82 91 102 86 93 88 93 91 9? 89 76 80 84 m 89 64 73 79 .07 70 65 50 61 64 79 81 73 67 68 75 75 74 1.05 65 65 61 70 65 49 48 69 Church state fight fades in Buenos Aires buen06 Aires aug. 9 a a group of per nista deputies today were reported in favor of giving president Juan d. Peron a la Onuis More to Call a constitutional convention to discuss 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 has eased since the june 6 rebellion. Peron had accused the Church of trying to undermine his government. The Church denied it. Since june 16 Peron has called for Pacifi-0q a ution of the nation and criticism of the clergy has faded. 09 you it a Ovares for y oars rer00f now for year a round Protection Contact us for naw work or repairs Karl h. Frye is Roanoke St. Incorporated phone 5114 Bluefield w. A. The family Moke on unhurried uninfluenced Choice of the service that meets its wishes when we Art a coiled a a Myllo. A. A me a oms a it re a or it a a a a a phone 4280 where there a smoke there should be an Extension Telephone an Extension Telephone in your Kitchen lets you take. Or make. Calls and still watch your dinner. Costs so Little too. Call our business office today. General Telephone company of the Southeast a Mem As a a tin Soat 7oupb�� Syi Imu a amp Usuf am amp Uca t i i i i i i i i i i i i i i i i i i i i i i i i i i i i ii i i ii i i i i i i i i

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