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Bluefield Daily Telegraph (Newspaper) - June 23, 1974, Bluefield, West Virginia Dunlop changing economic policies doing harm beef used As example by outgoing official Washington a John t. Dunlop the governments outgoing Price controller says Congress is aggravating inflation by pursuing inconsistent economic policies. As an example he cites proposals to Aid the beef Industry. On the one hand. Congress is demanding that the administration restrain inflation. Dunlop said while on the other it is considering guaranteed loan and import quotas for the beef Industry to keep meat prices from falling. He said there is special irony in this because americans already have shown they Are unwilling to buy Large quantities of beef at current prices. A its time Congress stopped its month to month changing of economic policy a Dunlop said in an interview. Dunlop who will be 60 next month will cease being director of the Cost of living Council when it formally goes out of business on june 30. He plans i to return to Harvard University where he is a professor of economics. But he will serve As a part time adviser to White House economic coordinator Kenneth Rush Dunlop made Clear he feels both Congress and the administration should do More to combat inflation which has resulted in consumer Price increases of 10.7 per cent in the i last 12 months. Use of fiscal and monetary policies alone by the administration will be inadequate because of political considerations. He said Congress on the other hand must Settle on a economic policy and stick to it. Dunlop said. A year ago Congress was demanding a Price freeze he said. While now it opposes a much less restrictive Price restraint program. What the country needs Are j Long run policies on which decisions of business and collective bargaining can be made a he added. He emphasized there Are no easy answers to inflation and that it can be brought under control Only Over a Long period of time. Among other Points he made j a some of the achievements of the 2�?~a-years-old wage and Price control program particularly in health costs and construction wages already Are being undone in the seven weeks since the program sex j tired. A the country was fortunate it had a wage and Price control program in place at the time of the Arab Oil embargo otherwise Domestic Oil prices probably would be double what they Are now. Sex Deputy victim of gunshot wound a former Mercer county Deputy sheriff died saturday in Princeton of an apparently self inflicted gunshot wound police said. The victim was identified As Emmett w Hail 65. Of third Street new Hope Road. Princeton Princeton City police said the department received a Call saturday at about 4 20 pm about a Man in a car who looked like be d been Hall was found in a vehicle which was parked on a Road leading to the old Princeton City dump. Hall apparently shot Hun self in the head with a 38 Caliper pistol. Officials said Hall had been in declining health for some time a the shooting was investigated by Princeton City police sgt Crowley Franck sgt Eddie Belcher and patrolman Bernard hades funeral arrangements were incomplete at memorial funeral directory in Princeton the Sun. The controlling body of our solar system is a Star whose dimensions cause it to be classified among stars As average in size. Temperature and brightness Bluefield daily Telegraph a Smi o a a a a Nom it it j 0, in do it is it in a Fth. Homs Mac 0 of pm % tic a t a i % lip George e. Heldreth George Estel Heldreth 78. Of Titusville. Fla., formerly of Bluefield va., died saturday in a Titusville Hospital following a Long illness. Funeral arrangements were incomplete at Dudley memorial mortuary in Bluefield a. Billi. Salyer Bill t. Salyer 52, of Lebanon a. Died saturday afternoon in a Lebanon Hospital following a Long illness. He was a member of the Stewart masonic Lodge 225 and attended the open door Tabernacle Church. Surviving Are his wife mrs. Mrs. Marie d. Wagner mrs. Marie Dudley Wagner 47, of the Oakvale Road in Princeton died Friday afternoon in a Charlottesville va., Hospital following a Short illness. She was an employee of the Mercer county school Board and was a teacher aide at Thorn school. She was a member of the seventh Day adventist Church and was educated in the Princeton Public schools. She was a 1944 graduate of Princeton High school. She was born at Cambria va., and was a daughter of Guy e. And Nettie Smith Dudley both of Princeton. Surviving in addition to her Virginia Hicks Salyer of Lebanon two daughters mrs. Parents Are her husband Ben Charles Kastle of Lebanon and i Wagner one son Wayne mrs. Tommy Hall of Castlewood a. Two sons. Bill t. Salyer or. Of Goochland a. And Howard Austin of Beaumont. A. His Mother. Mrs. Sarah Salyer of Castlewood five Sisters mrs. Wagner of Charlotte n. C. Two daughters Nancy Wagner and Susan Wagner both of the Home four Sisters. Mrs. Ernest i Frances Cooper of Decatur. Iu., mrs. Arnold Florence Meadows of Virginia Beach Martha Boothe of Bristol va., va., mrs. Everett Maxine mrs. Bessie Boothe of Adkins va., mrs. Vick Hicks of Beaumont va., mrs. Anne Cookson of Camden Ohio and Effie Mae Warren of Ladue four Brothers j. W. Salyer Henry Ford Salyer Robert Nathan Salyer All of Castlewood va., and Charlie a office Salyer of Bluefield a. And nine grandchildren. Funeral arrangements were incomplete at Russel county funeral Home in Lebanon. Mrs. Mary e. Hess mrs. Mary e. Hess. 72, of Honaker va., died Friday at her Home after a Brief illness. Born in Russell county va., she was a daughter of the late James and Susie Barton Hess. She was a member of the Oak Grove Baptist Church. Survivors include her husband Judson Hess three daughters mrs. Florine stump of Alexandria. Va., mrs. Ruby Wells of Honaker and mrs. Mildred Dye of Lebanon. A. Three sons Clifford Hess of the Home. Kenneth Hess of Lebanon and Harold Hess of Alexandria three Sisters mrs. Minnie Miller of Honaker mrs. Susie Mitchell of Hopewell va., and mrs. Agnes Jessee of Lebanon four Brothers Carlos Lawrence and Carson Hess of Conway a. And Lon Hess of Lebanon 18 grandchildren and several great grandchildren. She was preceded in death by one son and one daughter. Funeral services will be conducted tuesday at 2 . At Owens funeral Home Chapel in Honaker with Rev. Kyle Hubbard officiating. Burial will follow in Russell memorial cemetery at Lebanon. Grandsons will serve As pallbearers friends May Call at the funeral Home today after to a in. Estat a hefty prom of a i associates a a be a a owe a Ca a 9 9 9 18 Tuo i w a subscription Bath a. A it a i a a. 9 it Ono lamp aaa a Mac 09 Molt get a u k of a it a a a a of nor a a a a to or ton my on a a a o it a a Avo 8v�?Tt� of Cir in to a of in j a aortic a a vans a a a cd a Fred j. Johnson Fred j. Johnson 73, died at his Home in abbs Valley va., saturday morning after a Long illness he was the son of the late or. And mrs r. I Johnson or born in Anawalt he was a graduate of Dunsmore business College survivors include one brother Robert i a Johnson and several nieces and nephews he was preceded in death by six Brothers and two Sisters. The funeral will be held at 2 30 . Monday under the direction of or t r Cook at Rodriguez funeral Chapel in Pocahontas burial will follow at a Woodlawn cemetery. Nephews will serve As pallbearers. Friends May Call at Rodriguez funeral Home in Pocahontas from 7 to 9 mks Luka Jonen mrs Lyra Evelyn Jones. 70, of Roderfield died Friday morning in a Huntington Hospital following a Long illness she was born at Maybeury and was a daughter of the late Steve and Clara Whiteworth Jones surviving Are one daughter Rita Arrington of Arcadia Calif one son. Arlie Jones of Amasa Costa. Tex. Three half Brothers. Harold Walters of Mabscott. A lie Walters of Princeton and Carl Walters of Roderfield. Two Sisters mrs Ona a Ord of Glen Fork and mrs. Mae Farmer of Falls Mills a one half sister mrs. Mildred Carter of Roderfield. Funeral services will be monday at 2 p in at the pentecostal holiness Church at Roderfield with Rev. Earl Curry officiating burial will follow in Iaeger memorial cemetery Roderfield friends May Call today at Witten funeral Home in Welch from 5 until 9 Bailey reunion at Glenwood Park a bring your own picnic lunch sunday july 21st 12 00 noon til 5 . Kitto of Hyattsville md., and mrs. Joe Margaret Proctor of Silver Spring my. And one brother. Jack Dudley of Silver Spring. Funeral services will be monday at la . At George w. Seaver Chapel in Princeton with Rev. David j. Huber officiating. Burial will follow in Roselawn memorial gardens. Friends May Call at the funeral Home today from 7 until 9 . Rodney Browning Rodney Gerald Browning 23, of keen Mountain va., died saturday at the Home of his father after a Brief illness. Born in Logan he was a son of Walter s. And Barbara Forbes Browning of Oakwood a he was a member of the ump local Union no 1374 at keen Mountain. Additional survivors include his widow mrs. Jill Mullins Browning one son Rodney Shane Browning of the Home one brother Scott Browning of keen Mountain three Sisters. Mrs. James Vandyke. Beth Ann Browning and Letha Browning of Oakwood paternal Grandfather Scott Browning of Ragland and maternal Grandfather James g. Forbes of Dehue. Funeral services will be conducted tuesday at la . At keen Mountain pentecostal holiness Church with Rev. Ralph Kidd officiating. Burial will follow in Greenhills memory gardens at Richlands a members of Faical Union 1374 of keen Mountain will serve As pallbearers. Friends May Call at Buchanan county funeral Home today after 2 . And at the Church monday after 2 . La mrs. Lucille Brinker mrs. Lucille d. Brinker 57, of 720 Mercer St., Princeton died Friday in a Princeton Hospital. She was a member of the first Christian Church in Princeton. Born in Pulaski va., she w As a daughter of the late a. B. And Lillie Alford Dean. She was preceded in death by her husband James g. Brinker. Survivors include one daughter mrs. Charles e. Sandy Damron of Princeton and three grandchildren. Funeral services will be conducted monday at 2 . At Burns Wornal Chapel of memorial funeral directory with or. Ambrose stump and Rev. Ray e. Sorrells officiating. Burial will follow in res Haven memorial Park. Pallbearers Glen Crews Charles Tuggle. De Rule Emmett Anderson Shelby Smith and p. D. Williams. Friends and neighbors will carry Flowers. Friends May Call at the funeral Home today from 3 to 9 . Samuel d. Martin Samuel d. Martin. 76, of Dogwood was dead on arrival at a Welch Hospital saturday following a Long illness he was born in aus Mville va., and was a son of the late Tom and Hannah Martin. He was a member of the United american mechanics no. 149, twin City Council. He had been an employee of appalachian Power co., for 45 years and was retired at the time of his death he was a member of roof Welch Lodge 158, and a member of the National Rifleman s association surviving Are his widow Vica Clara Patrick Martin of it Calwood one step son f. B. Snider of Coalwood three Sisters. Mary Grimes of Bluefield. Charlotte wars of Hillsville and Laura Adams of Bramwell three Brothers Thurman Martin of Bramwell Billy Martin of aus Mville. Va., and Telford Martin of Pulaski a funeral services will be tuesday at la a in. At gearing in Itten funeral Chapel in Welch with Rev. James Mitchem officiating burial will follow in Grandview memory gardens Bluefield Tazewell Road friends May Call at the funeral Home monday from 5 until 9 . Duncan infant Brian Lee Ducan infant son of Sherman Boyd and Geraldine Diane Mccoy Duncan of it. I Bluefield was dead at birth saturday in a Princeton Hospital. Additional survivors include one brother Sherman Boyd i Duncan jr., of the Home two Sisters. Stacia Lynne and Bethany to Duncan of the Home paternal grandparents or. And mrs. James Elbert Duncan of Bluefield maternal grandparents or. And mrs Alfred Mccoy of Harrogate Tenn. Paternal great grandmothers mrs. Lucy Hampton of Oklahoma City j okla., and mrs Cora Beckner of Princeton maternal great grandmother mrs. Lillie Mccoy of Morristown Tenn. Graveside rites will be conducted monday at 2 . At Woodlawn memorial Park cemetery in Bluewell with Rev. J Frank niday officiating. Friends May Call at Cravens Shires funeral Home in Bluewell today from 7 to 9 John h. W Hite John Henry White 82. Of i Lebanon va., died saturday morning in a Salem. Va., Hospital following a Short illness he was a world War i Veteran and was a retired employee of appalachian electric Power co., at Lebanon. He was a member of the a. M e Zion Church. Surviving Are two sons. John h White jr., and Robert White both of new York n. Y. Two Brothers Harry White of Bluefield and James White of Chicago. Iii. Two Sisters mrs. Betty Dodson and mrs. Janie Tolbert both of Bluefield. Funeral arrangements were incomplete at Lebanon funeral Home in Lebanon. Redmen convention a installation of officers was the highlight of a three Day convention conducted by the improved order of redmen at the mat hotel. Seated left to right Are Nell Cline of Proctorville Ohio great Minne a a Arlene Melton of Huntington great we Elizabeth Burch of Nitro great prophetess Reba Hayes of Dunbar great Pocahontas Berniece Laymon of Marion iud., representing the great Inco Honee Gladys Fisher of Bluefield great keeper of records and Phyllis Hesson of Huntington great keeper of Wampum. Standing same order Are Haymond Spicer of Elkins great Junior Sagamore John Wilson of Julian great Prophet Charles Hesson of Huntington great Sachem Gary j. Sontag of Marion Ohio representing the great Inco Honee Kenneth Reffeitt of Huntington great chief of records and j. D. Mcdaniel of Huntington great keeper of Wampum. Star map with amazing accuracy Dazzles ufos group Akron Ohio apr a former Ohio teacher said saturday that a Star map drawn by a new Hampshire woman who told of two hours with aliens in a space Craft could have been drawn Only after Contact with extraterrestrials. Marjorie e. Fish described her study and findings to the ufos symposium sponsored by the Mutual ufos network inc. Muon. Muon is devoted to collecting and investigating information about ufos sightings and reports of alleged landings and similar Phenomena. Miss fish of Oak Harbor reached her conclusion after six years of attempting to match the map with known stars. The map was drawn in 1964 by Betty Hill of Portsmouth . Mrs. Hill Drew it while under hypnosis induced by a Boston psychiatrist to whom she and her husband had gone in an Effort to regain memory of a two hour Gap in their recollection of a september 1961 vacation trip. A since we did not have the data to make such a map in 1961 when Betty saw it or in 1964 when she Drew it it could not be a hoax a miss fish said. Quot Bettye a map could Only have been drawn after Contact with miss Hill said another reason the map Wasny to a hoax is that part of the Star data Wasny to known until 1969. Of the dozen stars in the Hill map two were dislocated in astronomical references until distance corrections were made in 1969, and a third was unknown until then she said. The Hill map shows the two stars from which the aliens originated she said. Mrs. Hill and her late husband Barney were returning from Montreal by car when they sighted a Bright moving object in Hie sky. They Board the interstellar Craft when it landed near the car and were examined by the aliens. Miss fish said. Miss fish 41, a Cleveland native taught elementary school in Ohio for eleven years. Her 3-d Model of the stars is being used by Ohio state University at Perkins Observatory Delaware Ohio. 3 Kiwan ians to Penny hoarders turn Loose attend meeting million per profits unlucky continued from Page one compartment in the Wallet. Police did no to respond to his robbery Call for an hour and 40 minutes. Gordon said and after an interview with the police officer he went Back to the bus terminal to try again for a taxi two or three cabs passed me by before i got one a Gordon said. But As soon As i got into the cab. Another Man got in the other Side. He wanted to go to Church Hill. I wanted to go Home so bad i told the Driver to go ahead and take the other Man to Church Hill and then take me but when the cab pulled up to an address in the Church Hill area on Richmond s East Side Gordon said the other Man grabbed him pulled him from the cab and began beating him. Two other men joined in the fracas and Gordon lost his Wallet and $14. He said. Funerals Monti mrs. Mary 63, of Welch monday at to . At St. Peter s Catholic Church in Welch with father Damian Tieske o. S. B. Officiating entombment will follow in Woodlawn mausoleum in Bluewell. Friends May Call at the fanning funeral Chapel in Welch today from 3 until 8 . Rosary will be recited at 7 30 . Pallbearers Bobo Colombo. Ennio Corte Elio i rese Jim Jackson Frank Santoro and Jack Moore. Christian. Ruth. 50, of Arlington va., formerly of Roderfield today at 2 at the United methodist Church at Roderfield with Rev. Danny Canden officiating. Burial will follow in Iaeger memorial cemetery at Roderfield Thacker. Mrs Nina Cummings 78. Of it. I Bluefield today at i . At Mercer funeral Chapel in Bluefield with Rev. Jerry Shields officiating. Burial will follow in the Emory and Henry cemetery at Emory a. Pallbearers Harold Linkous Haden Wimmer. Woodrow Bailey Sidney Shires. Ray Conner and Bob Akers. Three members of the Bluefield kiwanis club will leave by plane today for Denver to represent their duo at the fifty ninth annual convention of kiwanis International. Headed by kiwanis president Robert Hensley and his wife the Rev Paul w. Less and Fred p. Edw Ards Are All delegates to the carriages it convention which opens Sun to nixed in. A evening and continues through wednesday. The Sunda evening program will feature the inspiring and provocative Arch Bishop Fulton j. Sheen who is credited with being the first Man Ever to conduct a religious television program and has played a dramatic role in conveying messages of Faith through the mass Media of radio and television on monday the convention w ill be addressed by Richmond physician and surgeon. Or. William m eagles International president of the organization Sam i Eversion. W Ell known author and lecturer will reappear on other programs As Well As miss Rebecca Ann King. A native of Colorado and 1974 miss America and George Kirby nightclub entertainer and television Star closing out the convention on wednesday evening. During the three Day convention the local men will attend workshops seminars and other kiwanis planning activities looking toward the new kiwanis year for the clubs that logins october 1st with new officers and directors Silver is the Best known conductor of both heat and electricity. Ori Ando. Fla. A hundreds of Penny Pinchers crowded into a shopping mall saturday cashing in on a merchant groups offer to pay $1.25 for every too pennies turned in. Pennies were hauled in wheelbarrows grocery carts. Cigar boxes jars Little red wagons paper bags and baby some with babies ,�?� said David Jacobs general manager of the mall looking at a four abreast line stretching for nearly a Block. By the time the Penny Exchange closed saturday evening. Jacobs said 24 million pennies had been turned in counted and sacked by four automatic machines. The $25.-000 was carted away by an armoured truck. The largest single contributor was Alfred Lucas a vending machine operator who turned in 175.000 pennies Fred Wilcox stood in line for More than three hours turned in 1,200 pennies and walked away with a $3 profit. A a it a not Worth it a said Wilcox. Lucas Only comment after receiving his Check was a big the colonial Plaza mall merchants association sponsored the Exchange. The coins will be re circulated in the Orlando area. Mrs. Jennie Goode mrs Jennie Eva Goode 82, of Athens died saturday evening in a Princeton nursing Home following a Long illness funeral arrangements were incomplete at George w. Seaver mortuary in Princeton. Now you can understand toe Bible you can Rind its logic and Powar the help of toe Christian science quarterly weekly Bible lessons outlined in the quarterly include illuminating passages from a science and health with key to the scriptures by Mary baser Eddy you can buy your own copy of the quarterly or study the Bible lesson in our Public beading Boom Christian science Reading room ii Jefferson St. Bluefield w a markers of finest granites Hiu 2 Toyal v g Melrose g for permanent records for lasting remembrance when you place a family record in the cemetery make it one that is a personal tribute of Beauty and that is sure to endure through All the future. 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