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Bluefield Daily Telegraph (Newspaper) - August 14, 1967, Bluefield, West Virginia 2 Bluefield doily Telegraph monday aug. 14, 1967boy pulled from Well says praying of helped him live thought he was goner for sure Williamson . A a 15-year-old boy who spent 24 hours of fear in a narrow caved in water Weil said from Bis Hospital bed sunday that a praying helped pull me through. With family and relatives gathered around him. Leonard Boyce was termed in a Good conditions at Williamson memorial Hospital. A a it a Good to be alive. I thought i was a goner for sure a be said. He was without food except for sips of water and hot chocolate fed him through a tube during his ordeal. He constantly asked for water sunday. His confinement in the Well at nearby Lenore in southwestern West Virginia near the Kentucky Border ended at 5 07 . Saturday when cautious and weary Rescue workers pulled him to safety Rescue efforts were hampered by the fear that a wrong move would Send More tons of Rock and Earth Down on him. Boyce was pinned in the Well by tons of Rock and Earth since 5 15 . Friday. He had dislodged a Rock while inspecting the Well before cleaning it and the Walls gave Way. He was buried up to his shoulders about 14 feet below the surface in the 21-foot-deep Well. Sunday he sipped Orange juice a but it bums my Throat Quot and said solid food a Sticks to my he was being fed intravenously. A i feel the groggy youngster said at noon. A a in right leg and right Are numb. But i slept some after they gave me some after he was pulled to safety through a 30-Inch opening in the Wall of the Well he said he was through with working on Wells. A lord no a he exclaimed when asked if he would do it again. Ben Boyce the boys father who has a so per hour Job with a state welfare program said after visiting his son sunday a i never would have lasted two hours in a place like that. A a he a got More spunk than the rest of the family put Boyce said of ids son. The boy frequently called for his father during the Long Rescue operation. A the wanted me to hold his hand a the elder Boyce said. A a it a a horrible thing to be 10 to 15 feet from your son and him wanting your hand and you can to give it to the youths father said he did t sleep Well saturday night f a even after they got him out. A i got thinking about the kid saying he was hungry and i sleep a Boyce said. Water and hot chocolate Given him through a rubber tube was his Only food. Young Boyce who lives with his 10 Brothers and Sisters at Parsley Bottom ., is a loth Grade student. He was trying a to make Money for school clothes working on Well cleaning. Relatives and friends brought him toilet articles and Willard Howell who was working with the youth when he became trapped brought him Blue pyjamas. There was a radio on the table beside his bed. A gospel program Over a local station dedicated itself to the boy sunday and the minister said a god was the one who brought him out of that mrs. Howell said the Boyce youth a is like a son. Our Home is his second Home. I have took it through last night. You never know you love somebody so much until something like this Rescue teams moved wearily through the Rescue. Each time they almost reached the boy another Cave in would occur. Calls came from All parts of the country suggesting Rescue methods but most were discarded As impractical. A Trench was dug Down to the foot where the boy was pinned and rescuers finally reached him by crawling Down it and pulling him through a narrow j opening. The Well was in the Howells j front Yard. Later saturday a Bulldozer slowed across it and shoved dirt and rocks into the Well to close it. Weather by the associated press High Low prec. Albany Cloudy 76 56 arcu Querques. Cloudy 86 59 .35 Atlanta Clear. 80 61 Bismarck Clear. 97 56 Bluefield Clear 66 53 Boise Clear. 99 64 Boston rain. 69 62 .07 Buffalo Cloudy. 78 51 Chicago Clear. 69 57 Cincinnati Clear. 80 54 Cleveland Clear. 75 47 Denver Clear. 85 56 Des Moines Cloudy 82 57 Detroit Clear. 79 47 Fairbanks Cloudy 54 49 1.63 fort Worth Clear 88 56 Helena Cloudy. 94 59 Honolulu Cloudy. 90 78 Indianapolis Clear. 82 52 Jacksonville Cloudy 74 80 1.72 Juneau Cloudy 59 49 Kansas City Cloudy 80 60 los Angeles Clear 92 71 Louisville Clear a 80 53 80 57 80 Memphis Clear. Miami Cloudy. 87 Milwaukee Clear 77 51 Montreal Cloudy. 78 52 . A. Cloudy 83 55 new Orleans Clear. 86 73 new York rain. 69 65 .12 okla. City Clear. 88 54 Omaha Cloudy. 81 56 Philadelphia Cloudy 73 66 .01 Phoenix Clear 106 82 Pittsburgh Cloudy. 77 54 a tend. Me., Cloudy. 72 56 a bid. Ore., Clear .95 w rapid City Clear. 93 64 Richmond Cloudy. 77 62 St. Louis Clear 80 54 Salt la. City Cloudy 99 99 san Diego Clear 80 89 san fran., Clear. 68 53 Seattle Clear. 89 59 Tampa rain a 81 72 3.00 Washington rain. 79 66 t Winnipeg Cloudy. 87 63 it Trace --4 a a a Madison graduates get degrees in summer session Harrisonburg a summer graduates at Madison College were told sunday they were a receiving College degrees at a time when Many significant advances m education speak Well for the future of this the commencement speaker or. Woodrow w. Wilkerson state superintendent of Public instruction said a the past year was unique in the annals of Public education in Virginia. A we witnessed an evangelical Zeal which caught fire in every Corner of the old he told the 96 students receiving undergraduate and masters degrees. Or. Wilkerson noted that $477 million had been appropriated for Public education in Virginia for 1966-69 a More than half the states total general fund. Or. G. Tyler Miller president of the College conferred the degrees. He also presented or. Wilkerson with a certificate of appreciation from the colleges Board of visitors for his service while a member of the Board. Man knifed on North Side Carroll s. Burks 37, of Church Street in Bluefield was knifed in the leg during an altercation on North Mercer Street in Bluefield sunday at 6 30 . He was treated at Bluefield sanitarium. The wound was listed As not serious. Patrolman Ben Burnham investigating officer said Burks reported he attempted to break up a fight Between a Man about 30 years of age and a girl about 18 and was knifed during the Melee. No charges had been filed sunday night. Participants of the alleged fight remained unidentified. Robl Byrd is called Rabid Huntington it a the president of the state National association for the advancement of coloured people has called sen. Robert c. Byrd a w. Va., a the most Rabid racist in the . Congress bar Huntington attorney Herbert h. Henderson said West Virginia negroes Quot Are shocked scared and ashamed of Byrd. Henderson made the statement in a letter to gov. Hulett c. Smith which was released sunday. Henderson asked the Gover Johnson warned so i nor to denounce Byrds remarks ,>5 military government that brutal Force should be used Jas month that a rigged presi to repel brutal Force during Kendal ejection there would Cost riots and racial disturbances. South Vietnam the support of open season feared Merican people one of a negroes in West Virginia Are Johnson a emissaries said Sun scared that sen. Byrds Hysten Cal demands for a brutal Force Cark Clifford who visited the will be an open invitation for asian Auie Maxwell turkish official vows to never accept a Enos is by the associated press Istanbul a Turkey will a a never accept a Cyprus solution based on a Enos is a Union of the Island with Greece and a everybody and particularly the greek and greek cypriot administrators know this Only too Well a turkish foreign minister Ihsan Sabri Caglayan Gil said sunday. He was referring to a statement by col. George Papado Poulos Strong Man of the ruling Junta in Greece who said in Nicosia saturday that Gnosis was a the Only just and acceptable solutions to the problem. Calay Angil made his statement to the Semi official Anatolia news Agency. The thorny Cyprus dispute has strained relations Between these two neighbouring Atlantic treaty allies since inter comm Nal clashes broke out on the Island in december 1963. Cypriots of greek descent outnumber those of turkish descent in the half million population. Lbs warned of rigged election Washington a presi aviation Day mushrooms Washington a National aviation Day at Dulles International Airport near Washington on saturday initially planned As a modest display of american air planes has mushroomed. The event now promised to be one of the largest aviation events Ever attempted in the United states. Sponsored by the National aviation club in cooperation with the Federal aviation administration and the department of defense the display will include examples of virtually All a he supersonic aircraft and Many planes and helicopters now in service in Vietnam. Also on show will be the largest and newest models of airliners and products of the Light plane Industry. Deaths and funerals trigger Happy local and state police in West Virginia to feel it Taylor on behalf of the president said they carried that is now open season to shoot any 353 South Vietnam a negro on sight who might be 3 Gen. Nguyen participating in or just happen Thieu. A candidate for presi to be passing by when a racial am Premier Nguyen Cao incident or civil rights Demon presidential stration is taking place a the letter said. Vice Ning mate. Discussing Johnson a run warn Henderson a letter asked eng Cufford a we a Smith a to make a Public pro j personal message from Fresi nou Cement repudiating t e j0jinson to by and Thieu racist remarks of sen. Byrd and this subject and said As repudiating his Call to arms. Bluntly As it can be said that the letter continued. I be of there was any one act on their Lieve an official statement from which would be calculated you is mandatory at this time to alienate the american peo of tension to quiet fears of both pie. It would be to have a rigged election in South a it is my private View a he added a that they will do All in their Power to make them fair and honest elections because i think they understand very clearly the result that will take place in this country in the loss of support for South Vietnam if they Are not that Clifford and Taylor appeared together sunday on the lbs radio television program a a face the shutdowns blamed for Rise in costs Boston a the president of the National association of government employees says the closing of government arsenals and shipyards As an Economy measure has actually raised the Cost of the Vietnam War. Kenneth t. Lyons told a radio audience sunday that a the Cost of armaments has risen tremendously in this country because of the fact that we no longer have government arsenals to be used As a measuring stick As to the Cost of a Given Lyons was interviewed on a Boston radio program it Wiz a a an a new makers 1967�?�. Negro and White citizens of West outsiders fail Henderson also said he was proud that negroes in the state have generally rejected the a Blade Power philosophy. A outside troublemakers negro or White have had no Success in their attempts to move West Virginia negroes from the steadfast path to eliminate racial injustice through legislation and the courts a the letter said. Henderson also said Byrd Quot seems to be thoroughly enjoy my the sickness of his bigotry Jimenez draws As the chief spokesman for the racists in Congress at this time of National the letter stated a instead of the Clam voice of the statesman calling for through study of the causes behind the violence sen. Byrds shrill cry for a brutal Force was calculated to further incite the few insanely violent negro militants to further violence and rally equally insanely violent Whites to further Absentee sentence some pupils May be retaliating Panama a the Man convicted of an attempted assassination of or. Roberto a a Tito Arias former panamanian ambassador to London has been sentenced in absent a to 10 years imprisonment. Sentence was pronounced against Alfredo a Zyi Pyis Jimenez once a bodyguard to Arias by the second Superior tribunal. Arias husband of Ballerina Dame Margot Fonteyn was sitting in a car which had stopped for a red Light june 8, 1964. When Jimenez disgruntled at the outcome of an election came up and fired several revolver shots at close Range. One Bullet struck Arias spinal Cord crippling him for life. Jimenez turned himself in discussion planned at Jaycees meeting plans for participation in the quarterly conference of the West Virginia Jaycees will be discussed at a Bluefield Jaycee meeting monday at 6 30 . At the Sahara supper club on North Street. The state event will be a three Day affair aug. 18-19-20. At Fairmont Bluefield daily Telegraph established 1833 published a very morning by the daily Telegraph printing co., 412 Bland Street. Bluefield. W. A. Member of the associated press which a exclusively entitled to the use or publication of All Newi dispatches credited to this paper and also the local news published therein. Subscription rates by Carrier daily and sunday me per week by mail in first and second tones and All of West Virginia 26.00 per year rates to other Cones furnished on application. Member audit Bureau of circulation. Advertising representative a the Kata Agency me. To la Phona 227-8171 malaysian wins leadership award Manila a Tun Abdul Razak the Deputy prime minister of Malaysia is the Winner of the 1967 Ramon Magsaysay award for Community leadership. Selection of Razak for the award which carries a prize of $10,000, was announced sunday by the Ramon Magsaysay award foundation which was set up in Honor of the late philippine president. Razak was cited for his role in guiding malaysians National and Rural development As minister of National and Rural development of his country. Former court crier Dies at Ronceverte Ronceverte . Apr Harry Goldstein the state supreme court crier for 20 years until his retirement in 1955, died sunday in Greenbrier Valley Hospital Here. Goldstein who was 91, was a resident of Charleston and is survived by a daughter mrs. Edith Hallam of Charleston. Washington a another reason has been advanced for some students poor showing in school. They May be unconsciously retaliating against their this is the opinion of a by Nai a it on p0 bail. But by Rith psychologist who spoke to later be jumped Bond and he organization conference of Bas not been located since. He i vocational service directors. convicted in Aboe tia in of or. Arthur Weider of new to ber 1966. York said some students unwilling or unable to oppose their Ilan in parents directly through argue ? Itidal la ments or disobedience find academic failure a Means of expressing their suppressed rebel lion. Man improving after Accident Richard Whittaker of Bluefield was improving sunday night in Bluefield sanitarium. Whittaker suffered head and Chest injuries in a pedestrian Auto Accident on Bluefield Princeton Road Fth front of the King tut drive in at 7 40 saturday night. Hospital spokesmen said that Whittaker was a resting closing considered Bangkok a insurance companies Are considering closing Down in terrorist Ridden Northeast Thailand because so Many people Are taking out life insurance. A Bangkok newspaper reported a wave of communist slayings was accompanied by a considerable Rise in insurance sales and said the companies consider policyholders in the area poor risks. Listed in Book James Albert Deskins of Ben Bolt Avenue Tazewell va., has been selected to have his name appear in the 1967 edition of a outstanding personalities of the the list includes governors senators congressmen educators businessmen political leaders Farmers ministers leading sports figures and others recognized for various reasons As outstanding personalities. Two cars collide on Oakhurst Avenue damages amounting to $155 occurred in a two vehicle Accident in the 100 Block of Oakhurst Avenue in Bluefield sunday at 1 ., files at police Headquarters show. The autos were driven by Linda s. Strupp 17, of Bluefield and Wallace w. Duncan of Bluefield. No one was injured and no charges filed. Police reports say the two cars collided while backing into the Street from driveways on opposite sides of the Street. States tax Structure hit state senator Paul Kaufman a Kanawha county told delegates to a a Southern West Virginia Peoples meeting sunday at Concord College that the states tax Structure needs to be overhauled. Kaufman told an estimated 600 persons the present tax Structure is a a regressive and said poor people pay relatively More in state taxes than do wealthier residents. The meeting was held saturday and sunday and was organized by the appalachian volunteers and other Antipoverty organizations to give poor people a Chance to meet with state leaders to discuss various programs designed to ameliorate conditions of poverty. Issues discussed at the conference included state tax policy education roads strip mining and water air pollution employment. Flood control and anti poverty program. The group set september 10 for its next meeting at horse Creek Lake state Park in Wyoming county. Police Hunt for Slayer Bridgeport. . A police officials expanding their investigation of the strangulation slayings of two 14-year-old girls whiter bodies a a were found bound together in a Field said sunday they were a looking for More than one Jacqueline Sanders of Matty Dale and Mary Ann Marzullo of North Syracuse both Syracuse suburbs were discovered saturday in a marshy area of this Community Northeast of Syracuse by a Man who was taking his children fishing. They were in tall grass lying face up with their hands tied behind their backs dist. Atty. Frank a. Gualtieri said. Gualtieri said sunday More than one suspect was being sought but refused to elaborate or to discuss a possible motive for the slayings. Or. Richard Jamieson acting county medical examiner said both girls had been strangled to death. There was no evidence they had been molested sexually he added. Warning sounded on Sukarno name Jakarta Indonesia a persons attempting to use the name of ousted president Sukarno in a return bid for Power Are now to be considered subversives the commander of indonesians largest army division said sunday. Maj. Gen. . Harsono commander of the Siliwa Ngi division which controls West Java said not Only communists but those supporting Sukarno would be classified As counter revolutionaries. Harsono is considered Here to be one of three or four generals who Are pressing acting president Gen. Suharto to take stronger action against Sukarno a followers. Vernie c. Jervis Venice c. Jervis 66, of Peter town died saturday night at his residence after an eight months illness. Born oct. 31, 1900, in Princeton. He was the son of the late b. F. And Molly Mitchell Jervis. He was a resident of Peter town for the past 22 years. Formerly of Jolo he was employed As Deputy sheriff and worked for the Pond Creek Coal company. He was also a Deputy sheriff in Monroe county for 12 years. He was a member of Princeton Moose Lodge modern Woodmen of America and the Peterstown methodist Church. Survivors Are his wife. Mrs. Hazel Sparkmen Jervis a daughter mrs. Patricia Ann Mcguire of Athens three Sisters mrs. Martin Hayduk of Elbert mrs. Roy radar of St. Albans mrs. Frank Wood of Tazewell a. Two Brothers Ernest Jervis of Norfolk Benny Jervis or. Of Charleston a half sister mrs. Charles Wright of Roanoke a a half brother John Jervis of Roanoke and three grandchildren. Funeral services will be conducted tuesday at 2 . At Peterstown methodist Church with Rev. Joe Geiger Rev. Charles c. Jack and Rev. Andy Roe officiating. Burial will follow in the Peterstown cemetery. Friends May Call at Broyles funeral Chapel in Peterstown monday after 2 30 . The body will be removed to the Church one hour prior to services. Pallbearers Are Cecil Harliss Randall Ballard. Hampton Witt Theodore Ballard Emmett Dunn Morris Mann. Ladies of women society of Christian service of the Peterstown methodist Church will carry Flowers. Elmo Moore Elmo Datis Moore 61, of Boomer died in a Montgomery Hospital sunday of natural causes. He was a retired Mechanic of the Union Carbide Plant of Alloy. He was a member of Boomer methodist Church and the Montgomery Odd Fellows Lodge. Survivors Are his wife Bessie e. Moore his Mother. Zella Moore of Pineville six Sisters mrs. W. B. Manning of Princeton mrs. A. C. Swimm of Pineville. Mrs. I. B. Chambers mrs. David Hoover of Hagerstown. Md., mrs. Pete Jamison of Hesperia Calif. Mrs. Paul Norin of be Midge Jfhn. The body has been taken from of Dell funeral Home in Mont-1 Gomery to the memorial funeral directory in Princeton where j funeral services will be conduct-1 de wednesday at 2 . Burial arrangements Are incomplete. Mrs. Lelia Moore mrs. Lelia Cassell Moore 74, of Norfolk va., died in a Norfolk Hospital aug. 12. She was a former resident of Keystone in Mcdowell county widow of Fred j. Moore former police chief at Keystone. She was a native of Simmons daughter of the late Lee and Emma Cassell. Surviving include six sons Fred j. Moore of Clearwater fla., Ernset Moore of Keystone and Horace Jack d., Edgar s. And Henry Moore of Norfolk a sister mrs. S. F. Bruce of Princeton t h r be Brothers George Cassell address unknown Edgar Cassell of Keystone and John Cassell of Washington C. Four grandchildren. Funeral services will be conducted wednesday at 11 . At Keystone Baptist Church with burial in Monte Vista cemetery on Bluefield Princeton Road. Friends May Call at Bennett funeral Home in Northfork after noon tuesday. Georgia a. Jordan Georgia a. Jordan. 72. Of burkes Garden a. Died at her Home saturday night following a Long illness. Survivors Are two Sisters Mallie and Ella Jordan of Tazewell. A. Two Brothers Trubie Jordan of Bluefield and Frazier Jordan of Tazewell. The body will remain at Greever funeral Home in Tazewell pending completion of funeral arrangements. P. K. Sutton Philip Karnes Sutton 66, of 1327 South Avenue Princeton died sunday in Princeton memorial Hospital following a Long illness. He was a retired vice president of Princeton Bank and Trust co., having retired in 1962 after working for the Bank 39 years. He was a member of first Christian Church in Princeton a charter member of Princeton elks Lodge 1459, a Secretary of the Lodge for Many years a graduate of Princeton High school Aid Lynchburg College a native and lifetime resident of Princeton and a son of the late John William and Lillie Karnes Sutton. Survivors include his wife mrs. Reva c. Sutton of the Home a son Jack l. Sutton of Bluefield one grandchild. Funeral services will be conducted tuesday at 3 . At Seaver mortuary Princeton. Rev. J. T. Moore will officiate with burial in Oakwood cemetery. Friends May Call at the funeral Home after 3 . Monday. Members of the Princeton elks Lodge and employees and officers of Princeton Bank and Trust Are honorary pallbearers. Pallbearers Essie e. Bailey Marion Myers. John c. Mccabe. Earl Gott Mcdonald Rice Walter fielder Aubrey Inge and r. L. Rutledge. / Gertrude Lockhart funeral services for Gertrude Lockhart 67, of Long pole near Iaeger will be conducted tuesday at 11 . At her residence with Rev. Roscoe Morgan and Rev. Roland Gobel officiating. Burial will follow in the Lockhart cemetery at Long pole. Born in Mohawk she was the daughter of the late Frank and Mandy Collins Lewis. Survivors Are her husband Willie Lockhart four daughters Delores Patricia and Barbara Lockhart of Arlington va., mrs. Ardella Steele of Freeport i. Five Sisters mrs. Pearl Riffe of took land va., mrs. Ethyl Dye of Pulaski va., mrs. Oretta Shull of Tam Cliffe mrs. Eva Buchanan of Matewan and mrs. Etta Carper of Omaha neb. Four sons James and Jess Lockhart of Norfolk va., Larry Lockhart of Arlington Bernard Lockhart of the Home two Brothers Kyle Lewis of Squire John Lewis of Omaha neb. And six grandchildren. Friends May Call at the residence after 2 . Today. Jack n. Rutherford Jack Newcomb Rutherford 46 of Roanoke va., died suddenly saturday at his Home. He was the son of e. L. Rutherford of Lerona and was a guidance Counselor at Monroe Junior High school in Roanoke. The body is at Seaver mortuary in Princeton pending completion of funeral arrangements. Mrs. La vie s. Fox mrs. Lavie s. Fox 75, of North Tazewell died in a Rich lands va., Hospital saturday night following a Short illness. Survivors arc her husband r. A. Fox two daughters mrs. Corbett Keith of North Tazewell mrs. Mary Lockhart of Vulcan seven sons. Roy Robert Earl Gratton. Barely and William Fox of North Tazewell Ray. Mond Fox of High Point n. A 44 grandchildren and 24 great grandchildren. Funeral services will be conducted tuesday at 2 . At the Assembly of god Church in North Tazewell with Rev. Ronald Hager and Rev. Dale Holmes officiating. Burial will follow in Maplewood cemetery in Tazewell. Friends May Call at the residence. Gardner Pruett Gardner Campbell Pruett 82, a retired Farmer of it. 1, Wytheville a. Died saturday night in a Wytheville Hospital. Survivors Are his wife mrs. Ruth Umberger Pruett a daughter mrs. Kinzer Crawford of Temperance Mich. A sister mrs. Guy Neese of Wytheville two grandchildren and four great grandchildren. Funeral services will be conducted tuesday at 11 . In Grubb memorial Chapel. Burial will follow in West end cemetery in Wytheville. The body will remain at the funeral Home. Ernest Jones Ernest Jones of Iaeger died sunday in a Welch Hospital it shortly after being admitted and after a Long illness. The body has been taken to fanning funeral Home in Iaeger. Funeral arrangements Are incomplete funerals Barrett. Nannie Ellen 84, of Yards a today at 2 . At Graham funeral Chapel. Burial will follow in Maple Hill cemetery. Felty James Lawrence 69, of burkes Garden today at 2 . At Central Church in burkes Garden with Rev. F. B. Counts t. A. Freeman and Rev Tom West officiating. Burial will follow in the Church cemetery the body will be taken from Greever funeral Home in Tazewell a. To the Church one hour prior to services. Pallbearers Are Jed Sparks Richard and dul Hape Snapp Junior Etter Junior Rhudy Gene Lambert Bill Moss and Burford Wilson. Honorary pallbearers Are Mac and Bill Graham Leach Rhoudy Fred Peery de Hall Francis Snapp Dulaney Tibbs l. S. Edwards j. B. Buchanan h. H. Linebery Louis Lambert Joe Mcginnis Aubrey Kitts and Hugh Cox. Capital quotes by the associated press a i think its very dangerous and extremely sen. J. W. Fulbright d-ark., commenting on an expansion of North Vietnam bombing targets closer to the chinese Border. 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