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Bluefield Daily Telegraph (Newspaper) - May 10, 1986, Bluefield, West Virginia A-2 saturday May 10, 1986 Spotful Prole Riig fab deaths and funerals mrs. Mary g. Noble mrs. Mary Gooch Noble 74, of Mullens formerly of 306 Walnut St., Princeton died Friday in a Beckley Hospital. A retired business woman she was a member of the Mullens presbyterian Church the Princeton quota club and was a 25-year member of the Princeton chapter order of the Eastern Star. Born in Fayetteville she was a daughter of the late Reuben w. And Myrtilla Gooch Doss. She was preceded in death by two Brothers and one sister. Survivors Nephew Raymond w. Branham of Washington . Funeral will be today at 2 . At George w. Seaver funeral Home Chapel Princeton with the Rev. Rodney Foster officiating and burial at Monte Vista Park cemetery Green Valley. Friends May Call at the funeral Home one hour prior to the funeral service. Hiram t. Johnson Hiram t. Johnson 65, of Chicago 111., formerly of Bluefield was dead on arrival monday at a Chicago Hospital. He was a retired machinist and had lived in Bluefield prior to moving to Chicago 25 years ago. Bom at tip top va., he was a son of the late John And Millie Puckett Johnson. Survivors brother Beetcher Johnson of Princeton several nieces and nephews. Graveside committal rites will be conducted sunday at 3 . At Maple Hill cemetery Bluefield va., with the Rev. Walter Schwitzerlet officiating. Friends May Call at George w. Seaver funeral Home Princeton from 1 30 . Until the service hour sunday. George e. Wilson George Edward Wilson 39, of Lynchburg training school and Hospital Lynchburg va., formerly of the Finney Community near Honaker va., died thursday in a Lynchburg Hospital. Bom in Russell county va., he was a son of the late James and Bessie Ellen Pruner Wilson. Survivors Brothers Thurman Wilson Carter Wilson and James Wilson All of Honaker half brother Kenneth Raines of Manassas a. Funeral services and burial will take place in Lynchburg. Information submitted by Honaker funeral Home Honaker. Myrtle b. Flint Myrtle Bowen Flint 83, of Narrows va., died thursday in a Pearisburg a. Hospital. Bom in Narrows she was the daughter of the late James Lewis and Laura Price Hoback. She was preceded in death by one brother Frank Elwood Hoback her first husband Lester b. Bowen in 1932, and her second husband Clarence e. Flint in 1971. Survivors son Lester Burns Bowen of Charlotte . Daughter Marion Bowen Givens of Narrows two grandchildren. Graveside services will be conducted sunday at 4 . At Fairview cemetery Narrows with the Rev. Carroll t. Givens officiating. Friends May Call at riffed a funeral service Narrows from 2 to 4 . And from 7 to 9 . Today. Gilbert s. Darago Gilbert s. Darago 45, died Friday at the Home of his brother Oscar Darago in Greenville. Funeral arrangements were incomplete at Broyles funeral Home Peterstown. William Mitchell William a a Bill Mitchell 70, of utile Prater Section route 4, Grundy va., died Friday in a Grundy Hospital. Bom in Abingdon va., he was a son of the late Reece and Lillian Ball Mitchell. He was a Veteran of world War ii and was a member of the vow the Sandy Valley masonic Lodge no. 17 of amp am the Kazim shrine Temple Roanoke va., the Little Prater Church of god and was past Patron of the Florence Ann chapter 133, order of the Eastern Star. He was a retired lineman from appalachian Power co. Survivors wife mrs. Marilyn Hagy Mitchell daughters mrs. Archie Barbara Dotson of Grundy mrs. Jamie Rita Broome of Midway by. Foster daughter Lois Coleman of Vansant a. Sons Marshall Mitchell of Grundy . A a Jim Mitchell of Roanoke sister Elizabeth Miller of Abingdon Brothers Lewis Mitchell of Alexandria va., Reece Mitchell and Garland Mitchell both of Abingdon seven grandchildren. Funeral will be sunday at 2 . At Buchanan county funeral Home keen Mountain va., with preachers Michael Trent Ralph Childress and Jamie Broome officiating and burial at Greenhills memory gardens Claypool Hill a. Friends May Call at the funeral Home after 6 . Today where masonic last rites will be conducted at 7 . Arthor Naff arthor Naff 70, of Akron Ohio died wednesday in an Akron Hospital. Survivors wife mrs. Margaret b. Naff formerly of Bluefield sons George Naff and John Naff both of Akron daughter miss Deanie Naff of Akron brother Clarence Naff of Columbus Ohio Sisters mrs. Mary Embley of Detroit mich., mrs. Artie Young of Knoxville term. Mother in Law mrs. Gladys Harris of Bluefield two grandchildren. Funeral will monday at i . At Turner funeral Home Akron with the Rev. John Turner officiating and burial at Greenlawn cemetery Akron. Friends May Call at the funeral Home from 7 to 8 . Sunday and one hour prior to the service. Dewey c. Brooks Dewey Clifford Brooks 58, of route 4, North Tazewell va., died Friday in a Bluefield Hospital. Bom in Russell county va., he was the son of the late Rufus and Lanora Kiser Brooks. He was a retired Miner and former employee of consolidated Coal co. At Bishop va., Pocahontas division. He was a member of the Linkous Chapel Church dry Fork and was preceded in death by two sons Darrell Ray and Mark Anthony Brooks and one brother Jim Brooks. Survivors wife mrs. Vada Rebecca Sparks Brooks sons Donald Brooks of North Tazewell Dewey c. Brooks or. Of the Home Sisters mrs. Gracie Kiser mrs. Trula Breeding both of Cleveland va., mrs. Minnie Austin of Castlewood va., mrs. Graph Fields of Bandy va., mrs. Estelle duty of Cedar Bluff a. Brothers Leroy Brooks and Brady Brooks both of Dante a. Grandson Matthew David Brooks. Funeral will be monday at 2 . At the Home of the deceased with the Rev. James Sargent or. Officiating and burial at the Sparks family cemetery lick Branch near dry Fork. Friends May Call at the Home after 2 . Today. Hurst Scott funeral Home Richlands va., is in charge of arrangements. Puff Toul pails 928 Bluefield ave., Bluefield . 24701 main number 327-6171 a Princeton Bureau 425-2185 circulation 325-3626 a classified advertising 325-0573 Edwin m. Freak Ley publisher Thomas a. Colley managing editor a Jim Terry editorial Page editor a Patsy p. Malamisura operations manager a Linda m. Osborne business manager a Mike Blanton circulation director a Lewis b. Spence advertising director a Carl Meade jr., press supervisor the Bluefield daily Telegraph usps059060 was established in 1893, and is published every morning at 928 Bluefield ave., Bluefield . 24701, by Worrell newspapers inc. Member of the audit Bureau of circulations and member of the associated press which is exclusively entitled to the use or publication of All news dispatches credited to this paper and also the local news published therein. Second class postage paid at Bluefield . Postmaster Send address changes to p. 0. Box 1599 Bluefield . 24701. National advertising rep London associates. 1986 Bluefield daily Telegraph. All rights reserved. All property rights for the entire contents of this publication shall be the property of the Bluefield daily Telegraph. No a t Hereof May be reproduced without prior written consent. Subscription rates mail rates inside of . Daily and sunday daily Only sunday Only 6 months 41.22 32.50 26.00 3 months 20.61 16.25 13.00 monthly 6.87 5.42 4.33 these rates include applicable w. A. Sales tax mail rates outside of . Das do so 6 months 42.50 35.00 27.50 3 months 21.25 17.50 13.73 monthly 7.08 5.83 4.58 Home delivery to All areas Das do so 6 months 40.50 31.20 19.50 3 months 20.25 15.60 9.75 monthly 6.75 5.20 3.25 mrs. Mary w. Goodwin mrs. Mary Wise Petts Goodwin 67, of Glendora calif., formerly of pounding Mill va., died thursday at her Home. Bom in pounding Mill she was a daughter of the late Robert And India Mcguire Petts. She had lived in the pounding Mill area most of her life before moving to California 27 years ago. She was a member of the pounding Mill Union Church. Survivors husband Robin Goodwin daughter mrs. Linda Molloy of Schaumburg 111. Sister mrs. Jessie Myers of pounding Mill brother Harvey Petts of Washington . Two grandchildren Kelly and Tracy Molloy. Funeral will be monday at la . At Hurst Scott funeral Home Richlands va., with the Rev. James c. Keefee officiating and burial at Greenhills memory gardens Claypool Hill a. Friends May Call at the funeral Home from 6 to 9 . Sunday. Fred d. Combs Fred Dougles Combs 75, of Lebanon va., died Friday in a Johnson City term., a Hospital. He was a lifelong resident of Russell county and retired from Russell Coal company. He was of the Baptist Faith. Survivors wife mrs. Mildred Lee Combs son Ricky Combs of the Home Sisters mrs. Mary Coffee of Alexandria va., mrs. Emma Huffman of Lebanon mrs. Ella Alexander of Bluefield brother Raymond Combs of Alexandria a. Two grandchildren. Funeral arrangements were incomplete at Russell county funeral Home. Lundy Estep Lundy James Estep 64, of John cake near Iaeger died Friday in a Welch Hospital. Funeral arrangements were incomplete at fanning funeral Home Iaeger. Mrs. Ruby e. Shrader mrs. Ruby Elizabeth Shrader 74, of 607 College Avenue Bluefield died thursday in a Tazewell va., nursing Home. Bom in Hillsville va., she was the daughter of the late Coltraine and Rachel e. Gardner Nester. She was a member of Trinty United methodist Church and was preceded in death by her husband Arlie Shrader in 1961. Survivors son Arthur a. Shrader of Columbia . Sisters Laura Mae Cassell Dovie Henley both of Hillsville Blanche Frankhouser Pauline Grap both of Baltimore my. Brothers Marvin Nester of Baltimore Jessie Lee Nestor of Hillsville two grandchildren. Funeral will be monday at 2 . At Mercer funeral Home Chapel Bluefield with the Rev. James Denney officiating and burial at Roselawn memorial gardens Princeton. Friends May Call at the funeral Home from 5 to 9 . Today. Estle Murphy Estle Murphy 79, of Welch was dead on arrival thursday at a Welch Hospital. Bom in Grundy va., he was a son of the late Boyd and Alta Mcgoughlin Murphy. A resident of Welch most of his life he was a retired Miner and a member of the Jmwa. He was preceded in death by his wife Lilly Murphy in 1984, and five Brothers. Survivors daughters mrs. Connie Dorothy Mabry of Kimball mrs. Fred Iva Hamden of colonial Heights va., mrs. Frank Shirley Kowalski of Buffalo . Stepdaughters Willa Mercer of Princeton Juanita Murphey of or. Poca sister Ada Willis of Haysi a. 13 grandchildren 12 great grandchildren. Funeral will be today at 2 . At fanning funeral Home Chapel Welch with the Rev. Ralph Hubble officiating and burial at Iaeger memorial cemetery Roderfield. Friends May Call at the funeral Home prior to the funeral hour today. Fri Luikis travel inc. 218 North St., blfd., . Travel experts 304 327-2424 in we 1-800-424-3306 Emory r. Kilgore Emory r. Kilgore 84, of Church Street Tazewell va., died wednesday in a Bluefield Hospital. Bom in Coeburn va., he was the son of the late John w. And Ann Baker Kilgore. A retired Tazewell businessman he was an elder at the Tazewell presbyterian Church. He was a member of the Board of directors with the Bank of Tazewell county past president of the Tazewell rotary club and was a former Tazewell county commissioner. He was preceded in death by three Brothers and one sister. Survivors wife mrs. Pauline Richardson Kilgore son or. John w. Kilgore of Rocky Mountain . Sisters mrs. Stella k. Hanson mrs. . Lockhart both of Princeton mrs. . Snidow of Bluefield va., mrs. . Reynolds of Roanoke a. Four grandchildren. Funeral will be today at 3 . At the Tazewell presbyterian Church with the Rev. Robert o. Freeman officiating and burial at Maplewood cemetery Tazewell. The family requests memorial contributions be made to the american cancer society. Peery amp St. Hair funeral Home Tazewell is in charge of arrangements. Edith Yost Edith Yost 66, of route i Bluefield va., died Friday in a Bluefield Hospital. Funeral arrangements were incomplete at Dudley memorial mortuary Bluefield a. Funerals 25% off on draperies and blinds for Beautiful custom draperies amp Wall coverings there s just one name you need to know Thelma Mitchell 99r-9987 Eree estimates Jao Cocoi free installation on draperies 6 months 3 months mail daily with sunday Home delivery All areas Warrior collect 42.30 monthly 21.15 7.05 food Stamps accepted Hampton s Market on Tab . A a. Lin by twin Tab two bluifiild8 we Reserve the right the limit was titles extended thru sunday strawberries . $079 it. 99 bananas 3lb$100 White spine cucumbers la. $100 jumbo sugar Sweet onions. 5 la i a a Vine Ripe tomatoes 3ib.$100 Florida grapefruits.4for $ 100 pears.h".1lb. 59 Navel oranges. 4/$l�� or i Mumm Hurst Ralph 85, of War today at i . At Douglas funeral Home Chapel War with the Rev. John Greiser officiating and burial at Woodlawn memorial Park Bluewell. Wallace mrs. Estelle Marie 62, of the big a Mountain Road Honaker a today at la . At Honaker funeral Home Chapel Honaker with the Rev. Clyde Lambert and the Rev. Larry Burton officiating and burial at Russell memorial cemetery Lebanon. Stinson mrs. Mae Smith 72, of route i Honaker a today at 2 . At Honaker funeral Home Chapel Honaker with the Rev. Claude Rose and the Rev. Peerman Lester officiating and burial at Russell memorial cemetery Lebanon. Jennings William Webb 85, of 1225 Woodland ave., Bluefield today at la . At Mercer funeral Home Chapel Bluefield with the Rev. Or. Roger Gulick and the Rev. Or. . Patterson officiating. Graveside service will be conducted at 2 . At the Jennings family cemetery Hillsville. Blevins Clarissa Trent 96, of Wilmore near Iaeger today at la . At fanning funeral Home Chapel Iaeger with pastor Alton Richardson officiating and burial at the Trent cemetery Wilmore near Iaeger. Hylton Robert Nathan 27, of Pine Ridge Villas Monroe ga., formerly of Princeton today at 2 . At bums woman Chapel of the memorial funeral directory Athens Road Princeton with the Rev. Chelsey Noel officiating and burial at Roselawn memorial gardens Princeton. Winbush mrs. Anna Sawyers 86, of Welch today at 11 30 . At the court Street United methodist Church Welch with the Rev. Betty Shields and the Rev. Cornell Newbill officiating and entombment at rest Awn memorial gardens mausoleum Littlesburg Road. Page funeral Home Welch is in charge of arrangements. Alvis Sam h., 76, of Broadway St., Athens a memorial service will be today at 2 . At it. Jackson regular Baptist Church Athens with the Rev. Gene Harmon officiating. Ten Zig Norgay a he fulfilled his dreams one of Everest a first conquerors Dies of infection darjeeling India a Tenzing Norgay the Sherpa a Tiger of the snows who stood atop the world with Edmund Hillary in 1953, died Friday of a lung infection. He was 72. He and Hillary a new Sealander who was knighted for his feat became the first conquerors of the worlds highest Peak when they reached the Summit of mount Everest on May 29,1953. The Sherpa who began As a climbers Porter became an inspiration to a generation of mountaineers. Tenzing died at Dawn Friday at his Home at this picturesque Himalayan resort about 310 Miles North of Calcutta. He had been ill for two years and served As an adviser to the Himalayan mountaineering Institute. Oil prices continued from a-1 Ture to Petro Canada that country a second largest Oil company. He said a French company came to the Bristol va., facility thursday to look at liquid Coal mixtures being researched. A even with Oil prices dropping they Are realizing that they need to have a reliable Supply of fuel in which the Price does no to go up and Down. We think that when Oil prices go up again our technologies will be even More competitive and attractive a he said. Alternative fuels that do not use Coal and has transferred some employees he said. Combo is working on some other alternative fuels that do not use Coal and has transferred some employees he said. Atlantic research corp. Of Alexandria has virtually quit producing its Coal water slurry in the United states and has moved some employees to other parts of the company said senior vice president Charles Henderson. Upswing continued from a-1 believe a the Power that is driving this economic scenario basically is lower interest rates lower Oil and Energy prices and the lower Dollar a said Robinson chairman of the american express co. He said the major components of anticipated growth include housing improved net exports increased inventory investment and reasonably Strong consumer spending. A the weak spots Are capital goods spending and commercial construction a Robinson told reporters. Liberty continued from a-1 Michael j., Woodruff director of the Center for Law and religious Liberty in Washington said the suit sought a an unprecedented restraint on american churches and involved a a Legal contest Between two competing Public he said one holds that churches have a part to play in society the other that they must keep silent on moral political issues or lose their tax exemption. Full line of bedding plants vegetable a Flower. Jumbo striped watermelons White spine cucumbers new potatoes half runner Beans. Raskin for school Board i appreciate four vote on May 13 j for Frog adj Al Susan Malkin Harry Finkleman Traa hamburgers continued from a-1 previously showed two induce the malignant tutors in rodents he added. A a we re talking about frying and broiling. If you Cook your meat at lower temperatures and make it Well done like stewing braising microwaving or baking you done to seem to get the degree of mutagens you do when you Cook with a hot flame or hot surface like a frying pan a Felton said. He said the chemicals Are formed by frying or broiling hamburger until Well done with the temperatures of the pan surface above 300 degrees fahrenheit a medium High stove setting. They Are different than a known Carcinogen found on charred barbecued meat he said adding that barbecuing produces fewer aromatic amines than frying or broiling. Miller said several aromatic amines cause cancer in animals and in higher doses have been implicated in human cancer among people who work with Industrial dyes which contain the compounds. Felton conducted the study with funding from the National Institute of environmental health sciences and the National cancer Institute. Hundreds of pounds of hamburger were cooked by University of California at Berkeley nutritionists under contract to Lawrence Livermore. Moore continued from a-1 attorneys association called the Huttonsville release program Only a a Short term solution for which society will have to pay the a the Early release of inmates Only temporarily reduces prison populations a said Wood county prosecutor Harry Deitzler president of the association. A the Only solution is to build a facility that will House the number of anti social individuals in prison. Not release these individuals into attorney Daniel f. Hedges representing the inmates asked the court april 29 to lift its april 4 stay blocking Starcher from freeing the prisoners. Hedges said 860 inmates were assigned to the prison at the time although just 730 were officially present. Joblessness continued from a-1 a there has been a very slow but steady improvement in the areas Economy. Hopefully it will continue to improve a Boroff said. According to the current population Survey cps series conducted by the West Virginia department of i Abor census Bureau the local unemployment rate dropped from 12 percent in february to to percent in March. The West Virginia department of employment Security showed a drop from 10.2 percent in february compared with 9.1 last month. According to the cps series Bluefield had a civilian labor Force in february of 26,959. Of this figure 3,242 were unemployed. The state series showed that 2,630 of the 25,720 local total labor Force were unemployed. In March the cps series showed the total local labor Force had decreased to 26,678, of which 2,671 were unemployed. The state showed an increase in the local labor Force for March to 25,920, of which 2,350 were unemployed. The cps series is used by municipalities and agencies when applying for Grants. A we feel like the state series is More accurate a Don Akers labor Market analyst with the department of employment Security said. A we base our statistics on hundreds of surveys of employers around the state whereas cps does no to use As Many samples around the state As we do a he said. Akers said the improved employment for Bluefield is basically due to seasonal Job fluctuations. A february generally is the lowest month of the year for employment in stores. The weather is usually bad and this cuts Down on construction and other outside work a he said. A was the year goes on the weather improves and so does Call 703-322-3456 800-468-1406 a. 800-233-4605 . 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