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Bluefield Daily Telegraph (Newspaper) - July 18, 1967, Bluefield, West Virginia 2 Bluefield doily Telegraph tuesday july is 1967 special session of state legislature a entirely possible Smith talks with leaders Charleston a gov. Hulett Smith monday said it is a entirely possible that a special session of the legislature will be called for september or Early october if a a Congress passes legislation now in a conference committee requiring redistricting of congressional districts. A state legislative leadership agrees on a couple of other matters which they think need a immediate attention a and would take some of the work Load off the upcoming 30-Day legislative session in january. General agreement Smith said he conferred with legislative leaders and there now is general agreement on calling a special session provided enough can be accomplished to make it worthwhile. Rut Smith said before he would Issue the Call a a we Dall have to agree on the a matters that May warranty the special attention. Smith indicated that the overriding question would be to re solve congressional redistricting if it proves necessary. In Washington both the Senate and the House of representatives have passed separate redistricting Bills which now Are before a conference committee to work out the differences. Smith said he would prefer to have the legislature accomplish the redistricting As soon As possible than to wait for the regular session in january. He said this would give next years candidates for the House ample time to study the new congressional districts before the filing deadline for the May primary election. Possible dates Smith said dates for the special session could be sometime in mid september at the time the legislative interim committed planned to meet or possibly around the first of october. This would depend on the action in Congress on the redistricting Bill he said. Smith said if the legislature can accomplish an adequate redistricting map congressmen could avoid the necessity of having to run at Large in the primary election. Among other matters that could be taken up at a special session is rewriting a Section of the state water pollution Law aimed at cracking Down on Salt water pollution of the to Camahco River in Roane comfy. Bit Smith indicated evidence be has seen and which will be presented to a legislature interim committee hearing tuesday shows that no matter what action the legislature May take the problem of Salt water pollution from Oil and Gas Wells in the Sis Sonvile area will be there As Long As the Oil and Gas Wells Are operating. A if new legislation wont do \ something positive for that area or prevent something i from occurring somewhere Smith said he would tend to Disfavour calling a special session to handle the water Issue alone. But he said much would depend on the feeling of legislative leaders and How they feel after tuesdays report before the interim Industry continued from Page one while the Pennsylvania operations at weird amp i were shut Down at 12 01 . Monday. Pickets appeared at different times at a amp of facilities starting Early sunday morning at Ashland and Russell ky., and spreading throughout the system. The first pickets at Hinton appeared at 12 45 . Monday just As a freight train was leaving the station. The a amp of a crack passenger train the fast flying virginian passed through the state on schedule monday morning operated by supervisory personnel. By mid afternoon however a amp of a operations in the state were described As at a a virtual the Norfolk amp westerns Pocahontas division which services the Coal Fields Between Bluefield and Williamson was operating up until noon monday when pickets first appeared at the Williamson shops. Later they were reported starting at the Bluefield and Princeton operations. An a amp a spokesman in Bluefield said slowed Down operations continued monday afternoon but a it will slowly grind to a a new York Central official in Charleston said a just about everything has stopped in West Virginia while some 300 employees Are affected by the strike at the Pennsylvania a Weirton works. Deaths and funerals Charles Ferguson funeral services for Charles William Ferguson of 107 fourth St., Bluefield who was dead on arrival at a Bluefield Hospital sunday night will be conducted wednesday at 2 . At Hawkins funeral Chapel in Bluefield with Rev. Orvil Collins officiating. Burial will follow in Monte Vista Parte cemetery. Bom in Russell county va., he was a son of the late James and Sarah Jackson Ferguson. He was a retired Engineer for Norfolk amp Western railway and was a member of the masonic Lodge and brotherhood of Railroad engineers. Survivors include his wife mrs. Eulah Crotty Ferguson five daughters. Mrs. Eulalia Harmon of Charleston mrs. Ruth Gibson of Bluefield mrs. Margaret Collins of Pikeville ky., mrs. Edith Glaison of Barto Fla., mrs. June Mckee of Whiteville n. A two sons Walter i and James Ferguson of Bluefield one sister mrs. Mary Clark of Princeton 13 grandchildren and one great grandchild. Friends May Call at the funeral Home after 4 . Tuesday. Pallbearers Harry Vest Fred Gilbert Paul Viers Fred Simon h. T. Montgomery Robert Rounion. Members of the brotherhood of Railroad engineers and la society Des 40 Hommes it 8 Chevaux will be honorary pallbearers. John Dale John Dale 71, Iaeger died monday morning at his Home following a Long illness. Bora in Avondale he was a son of the late Thomas and Nancy Munsey Dale. He was a retired Miner a Veteran of world War i and a member of St. Paul a episcopal Church of Avondale and the american legion Post no. 175 at Bradshaw. Survivors include his wife mrs. Ressie muscle White Dale Iaeger two daughters mrs. Joan Mannix Clinton md., mrs. Janis Morrison Radford a. Five sons. Harold Dale Kenova. Robert Dale Baltimore md., Thomas Dale Bluefield va., Ronald Dale Richmond va., Larry Dale u. S. Army it. Knox by. One brother Clarence Dale Welch 10 grandchildren. Funeral services will be conducted wednesday at 1 . In the fanning funeral Home Chapel in Welch with Rev. Oran Zaebst officiating. Burial will follow in Iaeger memorial cemetery in Roder Fileki. Graveside rites will be conducted by american legion Post no. 175. Friends May Eail at fanning funeral Home Between 5 and 9 . Tuesday. Bluefield Dally Telegraph ital shed ims. To bushed every train by the daily text graph printing 412 Bland Street Bluefield w. A. A a a the associated 1ess which is excl Miray entitled to on or publication of All new patches created to this paper Tad 0 the local new published therein. Subscription rates Carrier daily and sunday to per lit. By mall in first and a cooed Sones 1 a of West Virginia 26.00 up. A to other Agaes fund tort Enapp a a a. Member audit Bureau of Cly cuu advert Aln representative Agency inc. Talent one 227-6171 tha Kata Mckinney Froe Mckinney Froe 71, of los Angeles calif., formerly of Bluefield va., died sunday at his Home. Survivors include three Brothers Wayne Froe of Washington d. C., Herbert and John Froe of los Angeles. Funeral arrangements Are incomplete but will be conducted in los Angeles. The family May be reached at 1421 Burr St., los Angeles. Elizabeth Harsanyi Elizabeth Harsanyi 42, of Northfork died sunday afternoon in a Welch Hospital following a Long illness. Born at Worth she was a daughter of the late John and Verronika Harsanyi. She had resided at Northfork most of her life and was a member of sacred heart Catholic Church at Powhatan. Survivors include one son sgt. John Harsanyi with the u. S. Army at fort Eustis a. Three Sisters mrs. Daniel motto of Youngstown Ohio mrs. E. J. Gross of Vidor tex., and mrs. Bill Pantilli of War three Brothers John Harsanyi or. Of Northfork a sgt. Steve Harsanyi of Beale air Force base calif., and sgt. Rudolph Harsanyi of Selfridge air Force base Mich. Funeral services will be conducted wednesday at 10 . At sacred heart Catholic Church with father Seamus Maguire officiating. Burial will follow i n Woodlawn cemetery. Friends May Call at Bennett funeral Home of North Folk after 4 . Tuesday. Rosary will be recited at 730 . Pallbearers William c. Gwyn Fernando Angelelli Frank Giard Ina Carmine Romeo Jennings Hanna de Sizemore and Kenneth Dowell. Claude s. Alberty Claude s. Alberty 61, big Sandy died monday morning in a Huntington Hospital following a two year illness. Bora in Gary he was a son of Lewis Alberty and the late Rossie Harmon Alberty. He was a retired Miner and a member of the regular Baptist Church. In addition to his father survivors include his wife mrs. Rosetta Strattis Alberty big Sandy three daughters mrs. Ruth Alberty. Abingdon va., mrs. Dorthy Evans Newport news va., Margaret Alberty Premier one stepdaughter mrs. Sylvia Ann Akers Allen Junction six sons Junior Alberty Columbus Ohio Billy Joe Alberty u. S. Army in the state of Washington Michael Alberty Dean Alberty Roger Alberty Wesley Alberty of big Sandy 11 grandchildren. The body is at the fanning funeral Home in Welch pending completion of arrangements. Henry l. Dean word has reached Bluefield of the death of Henry l. Dean 56, monday afternoon at his Home in it. Lauderdale Fla. He was formerly of Bluefield and operated the Dean Glass shop Here for 15 years. Born at Ivanhoe va., be was a son of the late Rev. Henry l. Dean and Dolly Branscomb Dean. Survivors include his wife mrs. Pauline Linkous Dean two daughters mrs. Vernon Arlene Phillips of Brus Faford and Teresa Dolly Dean of the Home four sons Henry Lee Dean ii of West Palm Beach Fla., William Thomas Dean of it. Lauderdale Fla., Larry Eugene Dean of Hollywood Fla., and Stephen Michael Dean of the Home five Sisters mrs. Everett Dolphine White and mrs. William Hermia Jones of Pittsburgh pa., mrs. William Lucille Duncan of Bluefield mrs. Ralph Gladys Ingram of Buena Vista va., and mrs. Durwood Jeta Lane of Phoenix Ariz. Five grandchildren. Funeral arrangements which will be conducted in Florida Are incomplete. Sidney e. Deel funeral arrangements remain incomplete for Sidney e. Deel 41, of it. 2, Honaker va., who died May 28 in the philippine islands following a Short illness. A Veteran of the korean War he left the merchant marines in december 1966. Survivors include his parents or. And mrs. Thurman Deel of Honaker two Sisters mrs. Thelma Black of Taylor Mich., and mrs. Pauline Kalisz of Melvin Dale Mich. Two Brothers Thurman Deel or. Of Haze Park Mich., and j. B. Deel of Honaker. Funeral arrangements Are incomplete pending arrival of the body. Honaker funeral Home is in charge. Homer Wylie Homer Wylie 85, of Gap Mills died sunday in a Beard Hospital following a Long illness. Bora at Cove Valley he was a son of the lat Robert and Susan Bostic Wylie. He had resided in Montana most of his life and was a retired rancher. He returned to Monroe county 10 years ago. He was the husband of the late mrs. Della Mcguire Wylie. Survivors include five Sisters mrs. Nina Lowery of Sophia mrs. Ava Nickell of Panhandle tex., mrs. Glenna Bivens of Smoot mrs. Lydia Mcguire of Lewisburg and mrs. Edna Vance of Caldwell two Brothers Ray Wylie of Glace my Madison Wylie of White Sulphur Springs. Funeral services will be conducted wednesday at 2 . At Broyles funeral Chapel of Union with Rev. A. B. Shiflet officiating. Burial will follow in Carmel cemetery at Gap Mills. Nephews will be pallbearers and nieces will carry Flowers. Mrs. Elizabeth Worley mrs. Elizabeth Thomas Worley 76, of Honaker va., died monday morning at her Home following a Long illness. She was the widow of Charles w. Worley. A lifelong resident of Russell county she was a daughter of the late Jeff and Martha Reynolds Thomas. She was a member of Honaker first Baptist Church and Richlands va., order of Eastern Star. Survivors include one Foster daughter Callie Bowling of Honaker one Foster son c. T. Worley of Sarasota Fla. One brother Ira Thomas of Honaker. Funeral services will b4 conducted wednesday at 2 . At Honaker funeral Chapel with Rev. L. G. Herndon officiating. Burial will follow in Russell memorial cemetery at Lebanon. Friends May Call at the funeral borne. Charlotte Siner Charlotte Siner 14, of it. 1, Rode near Lake Shawnee died monday night in Bluefield sanitarium following a Short illness. Born at Princeton she was a daughter of Printus and Margaret Burnette Siner. She was to enter the 10th Grade at Span Ashburg High school this fall additional survivors include one sister mrs. Brenda Crotty of Roanoke a. Her maternal grandmother mrs. O. P. Burnette of Lake Shawnee paternal grandmother mrs. Albert Siner of Matoaka. The body was taken to Bailey funeral Home of Princeton. Funeral arrangements Are riots appear Over continued from Page one of the North Jersey summer also brought Fiare ups m Jersey City and East Orange where windows were smashed rocks thrown fire bombs hurled and shots fired. In Washington president Johnson was reported in close touch with the new Jersey disorders but no requests for Federal Aid were received Ait the White House. Newark a downtown business Section slowly returned to Normal. Only liquor stores and taverns remained closed by order of the governor. The rioting resulted in 1,100 injuries and 1.300 arrests through sunday night. Detective fire Captain the Newark death toll included two Whites. One was a detective father of three children. The other a fire Captain father of six. Hughes lifted Newark a 10 . Curfew which took effect Friday at the height of the disorders. The governor also withdrew nearly All the 5,000 National guardsmen and 300 state troopers brought into the City Friday and saturday. Civil rights leaders had urged such a move As a first step toward a restoration of Law and order. A Small number of guardsmen and troopers remained for no Security chores a traffic duty and the escorting of food deliveries into the riot area which covered about a third of the City. Food and medicines were reported in Short Supply because of the destruction wrought in the riot. Massive cleanup garbage uncollected since last thursday rotted in the Sun posing a potential health Hazard and City officials pressed a massive cleanup. A the main Job now a Hughes declared a is turning to rebuilding the City and to erasing the serious social problems that still at a news conference Hughes read a Telegram from Roy Wilkins of the National association for the advancement of coloured people. Wilkins expressed concern Over reports he said he had received of Newark Whites a farming themselves for an open season on without passing judgment on the Validity of such rumours Hughes promised to use the full Power of his office against any White vigilante activity. He said a i can assure you i will be equally the Newark rioting began on a Small scale july 12 after a negro taxicab Driver was arrested on a traffic complaint. A Rumor spread that he had been killed by the police. Actually he was freed in the custody of his lawyer after being charged with assaulting his police captors. The rioting built up to a lethal Friday and saturday night Climax. Mobs ranged through the slums looting stores mainly those owned by White merchants. Fire bombs set blazes and when firemen came in to fight them snipers made their every movement damaged in Princeton fire damages described As a a extensive resulted from a fire in a Kitchen of an apartment at 307 North eighth St., Princeton monday night. The fire was at the residence of the Jerry Avrill family. The apartment is attached to the residence of the owner Hedrick Bonham. The Princeton fire department said the cause of the fire had not been determined. Most of the damage was confined to the Kitchen. -4-.bluefielder Hurt in Northside fight James eaves 29, of 1500 Hill ave., Bluefield was treated and released at Bluefield sanitarium Early monday morning for lacerations suffered in a fight at the Ebony club in North Bluefield. Police said eaves was stabbed with a Hawk Bill knife during a fight that broke out Over four females. No arrests had been made last hypes Arthur c. 73, of Pocahontas a tuesday at 2 . At Pocahontas Union funeral Home with burial to follow in Grandview cemetery on the Bluefield Tazewell Road. Survivors include two Sisters mr3. Bertha Yerxa of abbs Valley va., and mrs. William Frazier of Western Union Ohio. Pallbearers Walter Hannan James Hyes James Howard Elmer East Buford hypes and Homer Williby. National Outlook rain is expected tuesday for Central and Southern plateaus Carolinas and Florida. It la be warmer in the lower great lakes Region upper Mississippi Valley Central and Southern Plains the Southern plateau and cooler through the Central Pacific coast and Eastern Montana. A wire photo map Man bound on assault count Scotty Lee Rose 21. Of 1108 Highland ave., Bluefield was held for the Mercer county intermediate court grand jury on a charge of resisting arrest and on a charge of felonious assault in preliminary hearings before magistrate Charles Calfee in Bluefield monday night. Rose allegedly resisted officers Kenny Roberts and Jim Dent while they were attempting to serve a simple assault warrant at roses Home saturday night. The simple assault warrant stemmed from a dispute with Frank yearout a Bluefield taxi Driver earlier saturday night. Preliminary hearing on the simple assault is scheduled tuesday morning before magistrate Calfee. The felonious assault charge for which the hearing was held monday night stemmed from an alleged assault on Frank Thornton last May. That hearing had been Idle at Virginia ports continued from Page one said the Sci had not run a passenger train northward or southward since Midnight sunday. The crack Miami to new York passenger train the Silver Star which began its run before the strike started halted in Washington. Northbound passengers were routed to their destinations via other Means of transportation. Pickets were stationed at a amp a facilities in the Western sind great lakes regions of the Railroad last Midnight but none appeared at the Roanoke Headquarters until Early monday morning before Day shifts arrived. Other Craft unions honoured the picket lines. Then amp was passenger train the Pocahontas bound from Cincinnati to Norfolk terminated its run in Roanoke instead. Passengers were left to make their own arrangements for proceeding further. The Birmingham special never reached Roanoke. The Powhatan Arrow another crack a amp a passenger train never got under Way. Supervisory and exempted personnel manned then amp a general offices but did no to try to operate the trains. It was difficult to reach the Headquarters because Telephone operators honoured the picket lines. Postmasters in the states metropolitan areas were utilizing buses airlines and trucks to move air mail and first class letters and to Send other classes of mail to destinations no further than 150 Miles away. The Only exemptions were mail addressed to and Fleet pos offices in san Francisco a mail destined to servicemen in Vietnam. Officials of Long haul truck lines said monday afternoon their business had not picked up appreciably but that they expected it to increase shortly when the full effects of the rail walkout strikes Home. By effects of continued from Page one Bluefield Post office going to destinations More than 150 Miles away is being shipped by truck to Charleston and air lifted from there. The Post office is not accepting parcel Post or second and third class mail until arrangements Are made. The exception is mail bound for servicemen in Vietnam via san Francisco Apo address. Last mail to leave by train left on train three at 10 25 . Sunday. The Post office said that parcel Post mailings now on hand Are just being held. Local through bus lines and airlines reported no added bulk of passenger or freight on the departures leaving Bluefield. No change was noted by the motor transport companies. Weather the associated press High Low or. Albany Clear. 81 55 Albuquerque Cloudy 75 02 .23 Atlanta Cloudy 80 63 Bismarck Clear. 91 51 Bluefield Cloudy 74 58 .06 Boise Cloudy 88 64 .01 Boston Clear 77 68 Buffalo Cloudy 80 54 Chicago Cloudy. 83 65 Cincinnati Cloudy 82 59 .30 Cleveland Cloudy 77 53 Denver Cloudy 74 60 .06 Des Moines Clear 81 60 Detroit Clear. 78 52 Fairbanks rain. 60 53 .0�?T fort Worth Cloudy. 86 69 .01 Helena Cloudy 74 59 .01 Honolulu Cloudy. 86 76 Indianapolis rain 85 62 .01 Jacksonville Cloudy 90 72 .65 Kansas City Cloudy 78 50 los Angeles Cloudy 84 65 Louisville Clear. 83 62 Memphis Clear. 84 68 Miami Cloudy. 86 78 Milwaukee Cloudy. 84 62 .11 mpls.-St.p., Clear 80 55 Montreal Cloudy. 76 56 new Orleans Clear. 85 62 new York Cloudy 83 66 okla. City Cloudy. 82 63 Omaha Clear. 82 59 pin Ladelphia Cloudy 86 63 Phoenix Clear. 96 74 .53 Pittsburgh Cloudy 78 53 a tend me., Clear. 75 61 a tend ore., Cloudy a 78 56 rapid City Cloudy. 86 58 Richmond Cloudy 86 61 St. Louis Clear. 82 63 Salt i. City Clear. 83 62 .15 san Diego Clear. 74 63 san fran., Clear. 61 54 Seattle Cloudy. 75 56 Tampa Cloudy. 88 78 Washington Cloudy 83 65 Man fatally 7�?� continued from Page one Boyd Are still investigating in order to determine an exact motive. Spoloric born in the Burke Section of Keystone had been a resident of Northfork and Keystone for the past 30 years. He was a son of mrs. Helen Spoloric of Winston Salem n. C., and the late Mike Spoloric. He was an employee of the Eastern associate Coal co. In Keystone and was a member of Jmwa local 6196, at Keystone. Surviving in addition to his Mother Are his wife mrs. Judy Yates Spoloric six Brothers Tony Spoloric of Keystone Mike Spoloric or. Of Princeton Paul Nick and John Spoloric of Winston Salem and Robert Spoloric of Alexandria a. And three Sisters mrs. Jimmy Watson of Rural Hall n. C., mrs. Frank Otto of Vermillion o. And mrs. Robert Burge of Norfolk a. The body will remain at Bennett funeral Home in Northfork where funeral services will be conducted wednesday at 2 . Father Seamus Maguire will be in charge and burial will follow in Roselawn cemetery. Rosary will be recited tonight at 8 of clock and friends May Call at the funeral Home after 1 . signs Railroad order continued from Page one Legal notice Public service commission of West Virginia Charleston entered by the Public service commission of West Virginia at the Capitol in the City of Charleston on the 10th Day of july. 1967. M. Case no. 17716 United parcel service inc. New York new York in the matter of investigation of Tariff. Whereas. United parcel service inc., a corporation hat filed supplement no. 3 to . W. A. No. 2, issued june 5, 1967, to become effective August 7. 1967, cancelling supplement no. 2, which supplement no. 3 states the following increases in charges rates tha rat for delivery of packages released to value not exceeding 100 per package shall a a 40 cents per package plus the rata per Pound or fraction thereof. It is ordered that United parcel service inc., be made respondent in this proceeding and that the matters involved herein be set for hearing to be held in the commissions hearing room at tha Capitol in the City of Charleston on the 1st Day of August. 1967, at 10 00 ., East. At which time and place the respondent shall appear and offer evidence in support of its proposed Tariff supplement and anyone May appear and make such objection thereto As May be deemed proper. It is further ordered that the respondent. United parcel service lac., give notice of the filing of said application by publishing a copy of this order in newspapers published daily in the cities of Beckley Bluefield Charleston Elkins. Clarksburg Huntington. Martins Burg Morgantown. Parkersburg and Wheeling once a week for two successive weeks the last publication being at least seven 7 Days prior to the 1st Day of August 1967, making due return thereof on or before the Date of the hearing. A copy. Teste f. Grover Smith or. Secretary. Silent of the United states or his authorized some informed Union sources interpreted this As meaning it would take a court order to get the unions to order their men Back to work. Califano said Secretary of labor w. Willard Wirtz had been in touch with the unions in behalf of president Johnson. No insurrection a we Are engaged in a labor dispute not an insurrection a Ramsey said. A this is a sad Day for american Freedom. It is a sad Day for american workers when Congress becomes the nations no. 1 strike breaking Agency a he said. However chief Railroad spokesman j. E. Doc Wolfe said he did not believe a court order would be necessary to get the strikers Back on the Job. Referring to Ramsey a statement Wolfe said a i think if the president tells him or the Secretary of labor that the new Law has been passed i think he will put out an order for the men to go Back to but Wolfe said if the men do not Start returning soon Railroad lawyers would try to get a Federal judge to order them Back on the Job monday night. The machinists Union began the strike shortly after Midnight saturday. Other Railroad shop Craft unions and the operating brotherhoods honoured the picket lines making the strike virtually 100 per cent effective. The House passed the Bill to Force an end to the strike several hours after the Senate enacted it. Johnson spurred the Swift action with an urgent plea to Capitol Hill. It was the same Bill Congress had wrestled with for More than a month before the strike in an Effort to provide procedures for resolving the wage dispute. The Bill provides for the workers to return to work immediately and for Johnson to appoint a special five Man presidential Board to consider the issues and make recommendations for a settlement. If there is no agreement in 90 Days the boards recommendations would go into effect until Jan. 1, 1969. There were Only a few voiced objections in the House which originally refused to adopt the compulsory settlement feature of Johnson a on writs slated hearings Are scheduled in Buchanan county va., circuit court wednesday on writs of Hareas Corpus filed by two persons serving Penitentiary sentences in connection with separate crimes in Buchanan county. William Donovan Jackson 23, of Grundy filed the writ on grounds is Konsti Rudonal rights were denied in that he had no Legal counsel Between his preliminary hearing and Bis circuit court trial. Robert Schenberger 21, filed the writ on grounds be instructed his attorney to Appeal the circuit court conviction but that the Case was not appealed. Jackson was serving two concurrent 50 year sentences in connection with the sept. 9, 1964 murder of two Sisters mrs. Susie Viers 51, and mrs. Louisa Owens 71, at their Home at big Prater a. Jerry Fuller a neighbor of the Sisters received an identical sentence. The Sisters were found the following morning and officials said they had been beaten and stabbed. Schenberger was serving a 20-year-sentence for armed robbery and a three year sentence for grand larceny in connection with the Jan. 9, 1966, robbery of the Temple Motel at Grundy. Jackson and Schenberger have been transferred to the Buchanan Council jail at Grundy pending outcome of the hearings. Judge Raymond Boyd will hear the Case. A fatal fire continued from Page one Side and to shirts charred by ashes and smoke. Some of the prisoners had no shirts and one was bandaged. Six prisoners were injured and eight were unharmed in the Blaze which struck about 10 40 . Sunday night but 37 died. Most of the dead were huddled in two grim piles�?19 in the Shower where they apparently sought Refuge under the water and 16 at a window whose steel bars blocked escape. Two others escaped through a door unlocked by a guard but dropped dead on a Lawn inside the barbed wire compound. Louis Wainwright director of the state corrections division said a the prison system had already planned to close Camp 12 where the fire struck. I guess its shut Down for Good conditions criticized Wainwright did not say Why the Camp was being closed but a similar Camp no. 9, about 20 Miles away was closed june 30 reportedly because of the High maintenance Cost. An official prison commission had criticized conditions at Camp 9 before it was closed. -------4-abbs Valley Man injured in mine Henry Petrey 52, of abbs Valley va., was undergoing examination and treatment in Bluefield sanitarium shortly before Midnight monday for injuries suffered in a mining Accident at Bishop a. Petrey was Hurt in a machinery mishap. According to one report the Accident involved wrecked mine cars. He is an employee of consolidation Coal company a Pocahontas fuel division at Bishop. The extent of his injuries had not been Learned but he had remained conscious. Quot one of the South s largest tent revival now in Progress nightly 7 45 . Sundays 2 30 . And daily 10 30 . A tent revival Princeton w. A. Quot Rogers Street stumpy Bottom Quot at continuing \ ? through july see and hear evan6elist g. A. Hamby people drive hundreds of Miles for this Man s prayers and Are instantly healed of All manner of sickness multitudes Are saved. A hear miracles As they happen daily Over . Blvd 6 45 . . Pct 12 15 . Everyone Welcome ;