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Bluefield Daily Telegraph (Newspaper) - June 27, 1976, Bluefield, West Virginia Is. Aim a pct. Athens Crossroads 2a Bluefield daily Telegraph sunday june 27, 1976coal conversion techniques to be demonstrated in 2 Kentucky cities Louisville by. Apr two Eastern Kentucky cities will be visited this week by representatives of interests seeking to put into operation unique experimental plants for the conversion of Coal to other better fuels. Or. Dee Akers former administrator and consultant of the Kentucky Center for Energy research said saturday he and several other persons will visit with officials and Coal operators in Corbin and Pikeville Early this week to promote the new processes which Akers said a could have a tremendous Impact on the Kentucky Coal now a University of Louisville Law professor Akers said his role in the discussions will be As a process. He added that Terry Hawkins Louisville an official of the newly formed Cottell liquid Energy co. Of Kentucky will be among those meeting in Corbin. The meeting was arranged by David Smith a Corbin Coal operator and executive director of the Kentucky chapter of the National Independent Coal operators association Akers said. Another Coal conversion process to be demonstrated in Corbin and tuesday in Pikeville is known As the Deco process which separates the various components in Coal to produce Oil Gas and Char a lightweight solid fuel similar to charcoal but which Burns at a higher Btu rate than Coal Akers explained. Consultant. He said the meetings evolved out of his work with the Energy research Center. In Corbin monday Akers said Coal operators and local Bankers will be shown a demonstration of the Cottell liquid Energy process. Named for its inventor Erie Cottell of Long Island n.y., the process involves mixing Coal Oil and water to produce a liquid fuel a a that a better than Coal and Burns 95 per cent As Well As Oil Quot said Akers. The fuel can be used by Industrial Consumers and in the production of other forms of Energy said Akers. Akers said he is trying to arrange for Cottell to come to Corbin and personally demonstrate the deaths and funerals Charles Kemper Bowles Charles Kemper Bowles age 83, of Narrows died saturday morning in a Pearisburg Hospital. He was preceded in death by his wife i Ona Herner Bowles in december 1957. He is survived by three sons Ira Bowles Jack Bowles and Larry Bowles All of Narrows three daughters mrs. Ruth hypes of Narrows mrs. Margaret goad of Hillsville and mrs Thelma Porterfield of Anchorage Alaska and one brother William Bowles of Bastian one sister mrs. Bert Leedy of Bluefield va., 24 grandchildren and 8 great grandchildren. Funeral services will be held monday at 10 30 . In Riffe funeral Home Chapel with Rev. Jerry Headen and Rev. Kellis Mcclaugherty officiating. Burial will follow in the red Oak cemetery in Bland county Virginia. The body is at Riffe funeral Home in Narrows where friends May Call from 3 to 9 . Andy k. Fisher Andy k. Fisher. 92, of 2121 Jefferson Street in Bluefield died thursday in a Bluefield Hospital following a Short illness. He was bom november 30, 1883 in Czechoslovakia. He was preceded in death by his wife. Mary Miskovich in 1971. He was a resident of Bluefield for the past to years and was a former resident of the Maybeury and Superior areas. He was a member of the Jmwa in Cal 6029 in Superior. He was a retired trackman with the Cannelton Coal co. In Superior. He is survived by one son Mike Fisher of Bluefield two grandchildren and two great grandchildren. Funeral services will be held monday at 2 . At the Hawkins funeral Home Chapel with Rev. . Skidmore officiating. Burial will follow in Roselawn memorial gardens. Pallbearers will be Wayne grim Kenneth Bailey Simmons t g. Moorefield. Bill Smith and . Galbraith. Friends May Call today from 5 to 9 . At the funeral Home. Earl Shortridge Earl Shortridge 67, of Grundy va., died in a Richlands va., Hospital Early saturday following a Long illness. He was the owner and operator of the Early a Ashland service station in Grundy a. And a Veteran of world War ii. He was a life Long resident of Buchanan county. He is the son of ode i Oney Shortridge of Grundy va., and the late John w. Shortridge. Other than his Mother he is survived by two Sisters mrs. Virginia Yates and mrs. Alta Matney. Both of Grundy one brother. Wayne Shortridge of Grundy. Funeral services will be held monday at i . At the residence on i Joney Street near Grundy with Clarence Greenleaf. Jim Hill Micheal Trent and Eugene Evans officiating. Burial will follow in the Shortridge family cemetery near the Home. Pallbearers will be Ragus Mcclanahan Edward Smith. Roy Mcclanahan. Ralph Prater. Ray Miller Ken Shortridge Freelin skeens and Junior Compton. Honorary pallbearers will be Dona Shortridge t. C. Mullins jr., or. E. I. Kirby Mack Ratliff. Frennie Justice Rich Matney. P. F. Bevins Clyde Compton. Jim keen Dowell Richardosn Hassell Belcher j. C. Kiser Buck Lester theadore Looney. G. W. Mcclanahan and Agie skeens. The body will be removed from the Grundy funeral Home to the residence at to . Today where friends May Call. Bluefield High school s 1926 graduates gather two sets of twins Are present at country club gala by ran Henry Twenty nine members of the Bluefield High school class of 1926 gathered at Fincastle country club saturday night to remember old times and to see where the fifty year Road had taken former classmates. They came from Richmond va., and Venice Fla., from Columbus Ohio and Alexandria. Va., for two nights of laughter cocktails and memories in Bluefield. A nationally known physician and a prominent area judge were among the fifty year old class but All the members still living had distinguished themselves in their own professions. And they All marvelled at their Peers. A i can t believe that All these people came a said Clarence Brown. A some came from great distances and the number who showed up 50 years after graduation is a a they re All handsomer than they Ever were Quot said Elizabeth present for a while was or. Shelton of the Golden graduates. Pete Pastore. A surgeon at the she was one of two teachers medical College of Virginia in present who remembered every i Richmond and a Leader in his one of her former charges. Mrs. J Field. The class also featured Velma Jackson who taught i three sets of twins. Chapman English and speech in 1926, said and tray Walker Are now the class a was a mighty Good deceased but Geneva and one. We have an awful lot of i Juanita Farmer Maiden prominent people Here and All i names i were present As Well As of them have done Well. Of Frances and Mary Laird course we re awful proud of our several 1926 Bever annuals judge a she said with a Wink made the rounds As people toward judge Jerome Katz. Smiled at their former selves a t munr1 7 in a a and remembered the Way or others had been. A a he a coing to t be a said the yearbook / i or of judge Katz. Beaver athlete to j a a Jet John Lamanca was also lauded n r Quot we were Only scored on one hot said Lamanca Brown laughed of was on on Tho Hooko to remember those no longer i a my Tom living among the original i lass it Al and each Membri present by Bijl introduced their spouse and said a few words to the group. V Quot appreciation was Given to Obi Charles yearout. General x chairman of the reunion As Well As James Wooldridge who was i in charge of the meeting Friday night at the Holiday inn Sidney a Quot Kwass. Who arranged the saturday night reunion and a number of girls who did the a dirty Wooldridge Lead the group in singing a a american and the meeting was surely not for a Long time forgotten. Woodrow Wilson Tackett Woodrow Wilson Tackett age 58. Of 114 Gateway Lane Richlands died saturday in a to Eye la Hospital following a Lonija priness. He was born in Pike county Kentucky and was a son of the late Sid and Ida Buchanan Tackett. He had made his Home in the Richlands area since 1956 and was a former employee of the How lev Coal mining corporation until his retirement in 1971. Tickett was a member of the Cedar Bluff Lodge number 260 Al am. The Kazim Temple the scottish rite bodies of Roanoke the Tazewell Russel shrine club the order of Eastern Star of Cedar Bluff number 158, Woodman of the world Richlands Camp 404. The Independent order of Odd Fellows Clinch Valley Lodge number 28. And attended Richlands first United methodist Church. Preceded in death by one brother survivors include his wife mrs. Riattia Whitson Tackett four daughters mrs. Yvonne m. Steck of Baltimore in mrs. Gary i Kathy Gibson of Roanoke va., mrs. Jerry it Judy it Boothe of Tazewell and mrs Mary Elizabeth Tackett of the Home four Sisters mrs. Margorie Vanhoose of Ashland Kentucky mrs. Mildred Vanhoose of Grove City Ohio mrs. Beatrice Goff of Hampton a. And mrs. Naomi Cox of Circleville Ohio three Brothers Milford Tackett of Circleville Ohio James Tackett Middleton Penn and Sid Tackett jr., Cocoa Beach Fla. And six grandchildren. Ral serv ices will be conducted at i . Tuesday at the Richlands first United methodist Church with the Rev. Calvin Maas officiating. Burial will follow in the Greenhills memory gardens in Claypool Hill a. Member of the Cedar Bluff i Odge 260 Anaam will serve As pallbearers. Masonic services will be conducted at the Hurst Scott funeral Home in Richlands at 7 .30 . Monday. The family requests that donations be made to the it hands first United twi Rod it Church. Friends May Call at the Hurst Scott funeral Home after 4 . Monday. Parkersburg w a a api Teresa Lucas. 22. If Alloy who was previous la selected As miss Fayette county. Is the new miss West Virginia. Miss Lucas who won the swimsuit Competition in fridays lodging was crowned in ceremonies Here saturday night. She now becomes the Mountain states entry in the miss America pageant this september. Selected by the judges As the first runner up was miss West Virginia University. Tambria Zelenko the other runners up Are second. Ellen Patio of Elkins third. Susan be Horn. The Talent Competition Winner an miss lug Valley and fourth. Harriet Edwards. Miss Mercer county. Miss Glenville state College. Peggy Collins was chosen miss congeniality. Miss Lucas was the first runner up in last year s Competition and was the Only 1975 contestant to return to this v ears event. Melvin Darrel Helmandollar 28. Of Columbus Ohio was killed Friday at 9 . At Milepost 25 on the West Virginia Turnpike when he was pasing a trailer and a car in the wrong Lane met him head on police said. He was a pronounced dead on arrival at a Beckley Hospital. His son. Jon Helmandollar suffered severe head injuries and is in serious condition at Charleston general Hospital. He was born at Mccomas. A son of Melvin red and Lorraine King Helmandollar of Princeton. He had been a resident of Columbus for the past 20 years. He was employed As an administrative assistant to the chief of the environmental Protection Agency of the state of Ohio. He was a Veteran of the Vietnam conflict and was a graduate of the Gahanna High school in Columbus and Franklin University of Columbus. In addition to his parents he is survived by two sons. Jon Helmandollar of Columbus and Jason Helmandollar of Columbus one daughter Iriri Ann Helmandollar of Columbus one sister mrs. Robin Mooney of Princeton the paternal grandmother mrs. Sylvia Helmandollar White of Bluewell the maternal grandmother. Mrs. Maggie King of Bluewell. Funeral services will be held monday at 2 . In the Cravens Shires funeral Chapel in Bluewell with Rev. Donald Elliott and Rev. Walter Shoebridge officiating. Burial will follow in Woodlawn memorial Park cemetery in Bluewell. Uncles and cousins will serve As pallbearers. Friends May Call at the funeral Home today Between 5 and 9 . Funerals Mears Patrica Murphy. 37, of Lynchburg and formerly of Northfork saturday at 2 . At the Maymont episcopal Church in Lynchburg. Burial followed in the Church cemetery. She was the daughter of Fred and Lucille Murphy of Northfork. Oran Der. Mrs. Mary a., 80, of Nanjemoy md., and formerly of Crumpler today at 2 30 . At the Bennett fanning funeral Home Chapel in Northfork with Rev. John Atkinson officiating. Burial will follow at the Woodlawn memorial Park in Bluewell. Pallbearers will be Kermit Lambert. Fred idding Emmett Walker. Wallace White Frank Kemp. Henry Lawless George Maxwell Charlie Eveans and Alfred Adams. No. They re not burying the Bicentennial capsule Early repairmen were working on a broken waterline joint in downtown Bluefield late saturday night. According to Jesse Curry. Manager of the water company the line cracked on f riday and the break continued to get larger until it had to he repaired. Water was temporarily Cut off and officials said that they hoped to have service restored within three or four hours. I photo by ran Henry a Bicentennial Salute to the future 2076 an eight year old child was hospitalized saturday As a result of an evening Accident. Larry Kidd of Iaeger was taken to Stevens clinic in Welch after being struck by a 1956 Dodge truck driven by 18 Vear old Larry Gene Collins. The incident occurred when Collins was travelling along old Bouto 52 and drove past a group of playing children. He then turned around it was then when Kidd ran in front of the vehicle. According to investigating officer Kennedy the boy sustained serious injuries from the Accident. A spokesman for the Hospital stated that us far As she could ascertain the boy was Iii satisfactory condition. However he was transferred to the Bluefield sanitarium. Collins was charged with driving w without Possession of an operators License and registration and excessive Speed for Road conditions. Officer Kennedy is continuing the investigation. Kidd is the son of or amp mrs Jack Kidd of Iaeger. Continued from Page one protected geographically by the isolation once afforded by the great oceans. As the recognized Leader of the free world we must Deal with the problems of the world As Well As our own. Today a most serious worldwide concerns include a preserving peace Between nations b finding an acceptable Way to control the growth of the population e controlling inflation and building a stable Economy i pollution of air and water and waste of natural resources and Al problems of health and nutrition. We Are confident of finding solutions in these areas. Of course we cannot foresee the dramatic changes that will occur Between our time and yours. But America is the melting pot of the world and our people Are stronger for it. We have been blessed throughout history with men and women of vision courage and determination and whatever your goals they took Are within the scope of the american dream. Greetings and Best wishes to the people of Bluefield on the grand Day of our tricentennial july 4, 2071. Sincerely William c. Wampler member of Congress drawing the line the Mason Dixon line traditionally dividing he North from the South was in no Way connected with the civil the line was drawn much earlier to tend a colonial land dispute Between the culverts of Maryland and the Penns plotted out in a 1750 Compromise in the English court of chancery. The line was fixed by two surveyors. Charles Mason and Jeremiah Dixon Between 1763 and 1767 Lusk Alva Milford 61, of Burke Mountain today at i . At the Penridge Baptist Church at Burke Mountain with Rev. Cecil Belcher and Rev. Hershey i be officiating. Burial will follow in the Williams cemetery in Burke feels Hearst will get lenient sentence Chari Eston w a apr attorney f. Liee Bailey said saturday he believes Patty Hearst will be freed on probation or released on bail within the next 60 Days. At a news conference prior to an evening address to the West Virginia trial lawyers association on his experience As a defense attorney in the Hearst Case Bailey said he is expecting a a very lenient sentence for miss Hearst. He said he expects her release from jail on probation or bail while the Case is being appealed. Unless she receives a a very Short sentence for her conviction on armed Bank robbery charges. He said a new Factor in the Case is the appointment of . District judge William Orrick or. To the Case to succeed the late judge Oliver j. Carter Jones continued from Page one to take from an estate a Only an Knight proceed to seek a new indictment from the grand jury which would charge embezzlement from mrs. Hamby. Mrs. Hamby told the grand jury that she did not want to prosecute the Case however and that she did not want Jones to Knight. She said she was mistaken about some part of the embezzlement As a portion of it was used for legitimate expenses and she also did not wish to go to court. No portable or v. Quot a a i Iasi ecu gets carpets a professionally l clean. Y Bluefield Monument co. Manufacturing Plant and display Bluefield a. Bronze markers we buy in volume and pass the savings to you. Nom it not n Iii is to to Itilio 31 f i i Ibi Popff Horio it / 1 it \ a ant Irineos end 1 Yaj Curumi out dirt Itson your eat Pate Protea a a cell Senany Cion in we mins n 1 1 dots to iou Only j j prot Eiron i Tim Cio Onori could do Bafaro at a fraction of to coot 52 Voo Hins n Elaine of carpal cleaner tarps them cleaner ionic Juanita Johnson Juanita Johnson 53, of Council va., died saturday evening in a Grundy a. Hospital following a lengthy illness. Funeral arrangements Are incomplete at the Honaker funeral Home in Honaker a Salty Deal the state of new York has been handing Salt to indians for 187 years under a treaty with the Onondaga in 1788. New York is obligated to give a Bushel of Salt every october to any member of the tribe who requests it in return. New York received 15,000 acres of Salt lands air tru Bailo org Rapij Estabr eos i papuan morning Pyn Daly to i graph printing co 12 Blond or a of it Oil. W a j470 or the Asso Oates Clirsa which it a Anima of to us of pwo1 in o no Oiin a a o Pat in in f Ltd i Oie Nupp pot of of to a local pm a intr in subscription Katis Evan in Sira and Lacona Ion. Ona an a wat Virginia a so Par Yar mom a Liv by is s3 0 Par Eal Naar month Paia e Amar Anat Turni Nao on application Mam oar audit Bur Tau olt Cir Eula Ion advert icing Awa Tanta top. Mam. Shannon 6 curia with Purchase of any Rad barn now through june to 1974. 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