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Bluefield Daily Telegraph (Newspaper) - July 17, 1967, Bluefield, West Virginia Bluefield doily Telegraph monday july 17, 1967 3liu Shao Chi removed from All posts in red China important part a this group played an important part in the new Bland to Street methodist Church groundbreaking ceremonies on Bland Road sunday noon. Left to right in the front Row Are Thomas r. Brooks who was present for the churches first groundbreaking 60 years ago e. D. Brewer building treasurer mrs. Dan Mcmullin chairman of the building worship committee mrs. Roy Thompson who helped spearhead the project Henry f. Warden chairman of the building fund drive j. Taylor Frazier chairman of the building finance w us Quot a Wmk do rom my a he hmm h Itlen Fri a fact of my la Riis it of a no a i Luh mrs committee de Post president of methodist menus club mrs. Sidney Bernard president of the a pcs William h. Riley jr., Secretary of the building committee Margaret gatherum president of methodist youth Fellowship Sandra Getgood a my member. Identifiable in the Back Row Are j. T. Harvey Lay Leader who was in charge of the scripture lesson and circuit court judge f. Morton Wagner chairman of the building committee. Bland Church ground broken Rev. R. W. Wilson superintendent of the Bluefield methodist District sunday spearheaded t h e groundbreaking ceremonies for the first phase of the new Bland Street. Methodist Church in South Bluefield. Construction of the $313,600 facility to be built by to tim construction co. Of the Bluefield Princeton Road is set to begin in August. The first building will House Church offices class rooms Kitchen and a Fellowship Hall and should be completed in 11 months. The groundbreaking was at the new location at the former m. W. Kellerman property on Bland Road at noon with Church dignitaries and officials taking part. Rev. Wilson and others did the actual groundbreaking with Rev. Samuel b. Sink pastor of the Church making the groundbreaking declaration. Takin part others taking part were Henry Warden chairman of the building fund drive judge f. Morton Wagner chairman of the building committee mrs. Sidney Bernard president of the churches woman a society of Christian service and e. D. Brewer building treasurer. Also Taylor Frazier chairman of the building finance committee William h. Riley jr., Secretary of the building committee Dan Mcmullin chairman of building worship committee Edward Post president of methodist men Margaret gatherum president of the youth Fellowship Orrin m. Rolen and g. Cameron Hunter architects mrs. Kenneth Addington Lynn Johnson mrs. Roy Thompson and j. T. Harvey. Second phase later plans Are for worship services to begin in the Fellowship Hall upon completion of the construction. A Sanctuary parking facilities and other portions Are to be built at a later Date. The churches former Home on Bland Street was recently sold to general Telephone co. Etc directors will meet tonight the Board of directors of the Mercer county economic Opportunity corporation will hold its monthly meeting at the Blue Stone Baptist Church tonight at 7 30. Hal Henderson staff member of the West Virginia economic Opportunity Agency is expected to attend the meeting. Henderson is a technical assistance specialist in family planning and credit unions. Survivors wont forgive forget Marabotto Italy apr survivors of the worst nazi massacre in Italy voted sunday not to forgive or free the German officer whose troops slaughtered nearly 1,800 people in reprisal killings Here during world War ii. Two Hundred and nightly eight residents of this Rural area 16 Miles outside Bologna East contract let on postal unit a contract had been awarded final accounts to be settled Tokyo tap president Liu Shao Chi has been effectively removed from All his posts in red China and officials under communist Leader Mao tse Tung will Settle final accounts with him on the anniversary of the maoist cultural revolution next month the czechoslovak news Agency Teteka reported sunday from peking. At the same time the official communist party paper. Peking Peoples daily said in an editorial Liu already had been overthrown. But insofar As is known there has been no official action taken for Liu s ouster. Elect or remove under the communist Constitution the National Peoples Congress is solely empowered to elect or remove a president and there has been no word from peking that it has met recently huge demonstrations against Liu broke out in peking Only last Friday and Peoples daily assailed him. Liu and his supporters Are referred to in maoist attacks As a the handful of Narv persons in authority taking the capitalist Liu sometimes is called a China s from peking cute Kay a dispatch from peking said the chinese paper Chung Chi a indicated More or less officially that president Liu Shao Chi has been removed to build and lease the new pos-1 from a11 h5s a a a tsp 7110 a enc Asmi its Virginia 01 1967 As Linda to Mac added that the authorities will miss Virginia crowned Virginia set. Gov. Fred Pollard crowns Barbara Jane Yost Lin also of Roanoke who was miss Virginia of 1966, looks of. A wire Boto Courtesy pays off for purse thieves St. Louis apr purse thieves in St. Louis seem to be getting More courteous. Ask 70-Ycar-old miss Josephine Cantwell. She was on her Way to a drug store when three boys met her at the front door. In boy scout fashion they All helped in holding the door open. Bui one must have kept a hand free. For once inside miss Cantwell discovered her purse had been opened and her Wallet containing $13 taken. Recital at Radford Donald Kensinger of Bluefield will present a scherzo no. 2 in a Flat minor by Chopin in a recital by the piano pupils of or. David Kushner associate professor of music at Radford va., College on aug. 6 at 3 . At Mcguffey auditorium. The recital is open to the Public. Ballots in the town Cinema in a referendum without precedent in postwar history. Two Hundred and eighty two of them voted a a not to the request of maj. Walter Reder that they forgive him for the killings so that he might be freed from his prison cell v Gaeta in Southern Italy to be with his aged Mother. Killed 300 Between sept. 29 and oct. 2, 1944, is a elite guard a troops under Reder systematically killed about 300 men women and children of Marabotto to quell the italian partisan resistance in this strongly pro communist area. Last month Reder now 50, and serving a life sentence since 1951, sent a plea for forgiveness to Marza Bottom a communist mayor Giovanni Ottonelli. Reder had been told earlier by Justice officials that a Pardon would be considered Only if the survivors of Marabotto voted for it by forgiving his crimes. Other victims were killed in outlying communities some of which have ceased to exist. Ask forgiveness rederus request for forgive j Ness unusual and highly publicized reopened the wounds of memory but the Marabotto town Council agreed that anyone who had survived the massacre or who had lost family members could vote. Not a sound greeted the announcement of sundays vote count. The voters Rose from their seats and filed out without a word. The ballots asked Only a Are you in favor of pardoning red or printed below were the choices a a yes or Little doubt from the Start there was Little doubt of the outcome. Through it All Reder remained impassive. He had explained that his Mother who lives in Vienna Austria lost her other son in the War and that he wanted to Comfort her in her old age. But of the crimes for which he was convicted he said in a recent television interview Only a it May be that in the action to stiffle partisan hotbeds there May have been some second arrest made in death Richmond apr Richmond police arrested a second Man saturday in the fatal shooting of an elderly storekeeper during a Holdup in walkers Market on the Midlothian Turnpike. Police said Horace keel 22, an unemployed Porter was arrested about 4 30 . On a South Richmond Street Comer. Keel is charged with murder in the july 6 slaying of 85-year-old Edward r Walker who was a a a a Quot of 0�?our shot twice in the stomach when Maji volume tal facility proposed for Oak Wood va., postmaster Sherman l. Miller said. The announcement of the award to the successful bidder advances the new building closer to the construction stage. A when fully the postmaster said a the additional space and More modern equipment will in the Long run More than offset the extra Cost involved in producing More efficient handling of the mail in Accord with president Johnson s directive to provide the Best possible service at the least possible Cost. A this project is in accordance with the policy of building new Post offices Only where they Are urgently a we a finally Settle their account with Liu on the first anniversary of Mao a great proletarian cultural revolution the purge launched to drive Liu and his followers from Power. The purge was launched last August but the chinese have indicated no specific Date. Blu fielder charged with looting Safe Claude Clark 53. Of it. 2, Bluefield is free under $1.000 Bond pending a july 21 preliminary hearing on a charge of burglary files at Bluefield police Headquarters show. Striking shipyard workers give Okay to settlement plans at Newport news he is charged with entering Are constantly reassessing our j the american 0il station on construction program to deter j Highland Avenue using a Rcv mine whether present buildings can be altered or remodeler he came to the Aid of his Daugh Tern Law during a Holdup at the Market she owns. Keel will receive a preliminary hearing on a Date to be announced. He is being held in lieu of $10.0tf0 Bond. The new building which will be located on route 460, approximately 900 feet East of present Post office will represent an estimated total investment of $20,000 by the successful bidders. It will be leased to the chive a july 19 court. Preliminary hearing in Richmond police police said the other suspect department for a Basic period John Cecil Short 20, will re of nine years with three five year renewal options. The building will have 1,152 Square feet of Interior space compared with 515 Square feet at the present facility 80 Square feet for platform space whereas none exists at the present Post office and 4,900 Square feet for the parking and mane vering of postal vehicles. I compared with 1,800 Square at repo the present Post office. The new Post office is expected to be completed by december 1967. Turnover High for teachers Veteran Yachtman begins Solo voyage Portsmouth England it apr Alec Rose a 59-year-old English grocer left Portsmouth sunday in his 36-foot Cutter Lively lady in an attempt to sail alone around the world along the route used by his old Friend sir Francis Chichester. Thousands of spectators cheered him off. Rose an expert Yachtsman who has sailed the Atlantic single handed said he expects to take nine months for the 28,-000-mile voyage to Australia and Back around Cape Horn. Decision delayed Tokyo Lap a government officials have bowed to criticism and will let 80 girls join 200 boys on the ship Sakura Maru for a 53-Day Goodwill voyage to Southeast Asia. The officials had contended that girls would become seasick and unable to swab decks or do other chores. Critics accused the officials of following the old japanese custom of keeping the sexes separate after the age of six. Richmond a from the Virginia department of education indicates that the attrition rate on teachers in the state will remain High As Long As the majority of teachers Are women. The report released Over the weekend said nearly three fourths of Virginia a teachers Are female. And some 7,900 state teachers out of a total we Ork Force of More than 46,000 will not be returning to their jobs this fall. The report entitled a a Virginia a Supply of said Tappahannock Man killed by the associated press a Tappahannock county Man was fatally injured Early sunday when he was hit by a car at Sperryville. Tha a state police listed the victim the most frequently Given Rea As Samuel Burnham Atkins 60, sons for teacher resignations of Sperryville and said he was were marriage household duties struck As he walked along Vir or maternity. The department j Ginia 211 about 300 feet West of said 1,832 teachers resigned for Virginia 651 at 1 . These reasons. To the front door forcing open the Safe and taking $259.10. He was an employee of the station according to police files. City police charge they were called to the scene the past week end found Clark in the driveway and found the Money in a Moneybox in his car he was arraigned before magistrate Robert t. Jones in Bluefield. Where the preliminary hearing is also scheduled july 21 at 3 . Congolese report mercenaries killed Kinshasa the Congo 1 a 1 a congolese sources told re j porters sunday 20 or so mercenaries who were in Kinshasa when the antigovernment Mutiny began july 5 have been there was no confirmation from officials. Seven men identified As mercenaries four belgians and three frenchmen were presented on congolese television saturday night. The com Newport news a a week Long strike marked by sporadic violence ended at the huge Newport news shipyard sunday As Union workers overwhelmingly approved a settlement recommended by their leaders. Spokesmen for the Union the 15.000-member Peninsula shipbuilders association said a general return to work would begin with the Midnight shift at the Newport news shipbuilding and dry Dock co. The vote was 7,418 for acceptance. S05 against. . Gauley president of the 15.000 member spa said i n announcing the results Quot now lets get Back in there and Start building the worlds finest ships a walkout by some 300 workers in the shipyard s transportation department on july 5 triggered a Yard wide strike last monday the first in the 81-year history of the company which Emo Loyes 21.000 persons. The next night a riot erupted at the Plant Gates involving More than 3.000 strikers police and non strikers. It swirled into downtown Newport news and 25 persons were injured before it. Was controlled. Governor Godwin Virginia gov. Mills e. Godwin or. Brought company and in Cal representatives together at the capital in Richmond the next Day. Federal mediators stepped in and a tentative settlement was announced Friday Nigro. No suitcases needed As nudists begin week end re or. Joyce Brothers i philosophy and practices is Lack new York Inana a they i ing weakens their argument. Look like a typical american family off for a weekend in the country a but wait a minute where Are the suitcases that a j your first clue and done to expect them to show up at the Public Beach. Why they Don t need any suitcases because they be packed no clothes a they Are nudists and the Only place they Are Welcome for the weekend is the nudist Camp or Park in Many parts of Europe however there Are beaches set aside for nude bathing.1 Why do people practice social men Tator said they had been nudism one of the most fre Laken prisoner by the congolese army but he did not say where or when nor give their names. Man drowns after fall from Barge Marksman to get trophy for fete Morgantown a Bill Ladysmith Michael Nicola Ayoub 28, of Mclean died late saturday night of injuries received at 9 30 . When his Small foreign made car was struck from behind while stopped on interstate 95 about j 3�� Miles North of Ladysmith in by and Towel of mtgant0 in Iff _ William de been told he is Only one of 161 riflemen who have Ever recorded a perfect 1600 score in Competition shooting. The National Rifle association told Howdershelt he would receive a trophy and letter of commendation for his score achieved in the Sam Bond invitational shooting match at new Philadelphia Ohio. The Era said of the 12,000 competitors who fire annually Only 161 have fired a perfect 1600 score. ------4,----- Carbon monoxide kills Chester couple Chester. W. A. A it or. And mrs. Charles Isner it. 1, Chester were found dead in their Home sunday apparently the victims of Carbon monoxide poisoning police said. Police said the motor of the 1 couples car was running in a garage attached to the House when the bodies were discovered. Isner was 68. His wife was 64. Ward Frank jr., 42. Of Rice was instantly killed at 6 13 . Saturday when his pickup truck was involved in a collision with an automobile on Virginia 307 in Prince Edward county seven Miles East of Farmville. A v act Ion bound Mother and dad want to spend the family vacation at Disney lard. But the kids want to go to Haight Asbury and see the hippies. Pomeroy. Ohio apr a Barge worker fell into the Ohio River and drowned near the Ravenswood ferry sunday. Meigs county Coroner Henry Ewing identified the victim As natural Pat Comer. 65. Pittsburgh. Comer fell from the s. M. Jenks shortly after it and its line of barges passed through lock,22 at Ravenswood. . Ewine sad he is believed to have fallen from the front of the bars and was pulled underneath. Quent ways in which nudists explain their motivations that it is natural and pleasant to be naked. They Point out that children Are born naked and that it is unnatural to Wear clothes. Other reasons Given Are relaxation sociability. Nud so improves physical health and is a Means for acquaint in children with the human body and finally nudists claim improved mortal health. Lets review their claims 1� it is natural in fact it is Morein our society to be clothed. It is not in a sense to be toilet trained and vet nudists use toilets. The fact j that such consistency in nudist 2� relaxation and sociability these certainly Are not traits associated Only with nudism and in nudist Camps Case histories in Diate a great Deal of diversity in political opinions religions Etc. In fact you Are probably More Likely to find comp Tabil Ity in a social club. 3� nudism improves physical health there is no indication that nudists Are above average in physical condition and furthermore. Excessive Sun tanning represents a potential danger As Well As a Benefit to All sunbathers. 4 nudism is a Means of acquainting children with the human body True but one wonders if this is not better done in the Home. Many nudists who do have children As a matter of fact frequently attend Camp without them. 5� improved mental health this is a questionable claim because although bodily shame May be reduced sexual guilt As seen in the nudists strict abstention from sexual topics and practices May be increased. The strike which the Union estimated Cost strikers snort than $2 million in forfeited wages the company put the figure at Only $709,000�?grew out of Union dissatisfaction with what it called unfair Job classifications and the Lack of incentive pay. The transportation department walkout flared when three workers who had refused to work overtime were discharged by the shipyard. Terms of the settlement announced Friday and approved by the spa membership in eight hours of voting sunday a presented the Union with a substantial Victory. Restore jobs the company not Only agreed to restore to their jobs the three i discharged workers but to take no disciplinary action against them. And it promised a through and objective study and affirmative action on the is sues of incentive pay and Job classification. There had been isolated incidents of violence in the Early stages of the strike but they did not swell to a Peak of fury until j late tuesday. When on a hot. Muggy night about 3.000 strikers gathered at the shipyard Gates a apparently to await the emergence of non strikers whose shift ended Midnight. Before the rioting ended 30 Dersons had been arrested cars had been overturned and smashed stores were looted and 30 policemen routed. Flays violence gov. Godwin waded into the dispute with a declaration that further violence a will not be countenanced and dispatched 40 to 50 state troopers to assist Newport news authorities in preserving order. The Union withdrew its pickets at the shipyard Gates a vedness a Dav when spa officials met with company negotiators in Richmond at Godwin s insistence a substantial Progress was reported immediately cult rating in the tentative agreement announced Here Friday night by mediators. A of to pm Milidine Wiful medicines and heat Are usually incompatible now showing ssts&7 oni Mill hoi t n of i Tuluo nov \ now showing Mem presents a Kenneth Hyman production for life 3 More Days the most wanted picture off the year Bias �01 Dom husky Lansing Bowman w a a a House w x mob a Quot a dirty Kimm Lidi Ai Lilly ill Granada 3 00-5 05 7 00-9 00 2nd feature Savage hell Breaks Loose the ride to Hangman tree technicolor a Universal picture in Cirrisi Chicks Jim no sum in mourn John Richard Iio Abi Iriri Chi to i Iii m Ralph Rise i hut Curi Rizieri Meeker i Slus her Webber features 2-7-9 30 certain medicines require special storage instructions. Please read rhe labels for information about How to protect Potency. Anything which destroys changes or Lowers the Potency of a Medicine is incompatible with that Medicine. With very few exceptions excessive heat causes chemical and physical reactions which often results in drug decomposition or a Complete change in the character of the drug. Radiators stoves and hot air vents should never be near medicines. They can damage them overnight. Your doctor can phone us when you need a Medicine. Pick up your prescription if shopping nearby or we will deliver promptly without extra charge. A Greot Many people entrust us with their prescriptions. May we compound and dispense yours 325-7121 Goodykoontz Rexall store Corner Bland and South streets prescription chemists �?�2 Way radio delivery service it 3 a 0�?~ it a Tco it i r or 5 r 0 it

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