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Bluefield Daily Telegraph (Newspaper) - May 20, 1983, Bluefield, West Virginia 7 Bluefield doily Telegraph. Friday. May 20, 1913 suit filed in Buchanan details sketchy on Auto death the Bluefield daily Telegraph makes no charge and never has charged for the publication of obituary Maynard Wood Maynard k. Wood 82, of Berona died thursday afternoon in a Princeton Hospital following a Long illness. Horn in Wyoming county he was a retired Sawmill w order and was a member of the 1 Crona United methodist Church. Survivors include his wife i Ola Kirk Wood two sons a Lames e. Bud Wood of i Erona and Frank a. Saug Wood of Huntington one daughter. Mrs. David Ruby Helen Barboza of Columbia . One sister mrs. Simla Byrd of True five grandchildren and four great grandchildren. Funeral services will be held saturday at 1 . From the Berona United methodist Church with Rev. Fred Cook and Rev. Okie Harlessjr. Officiating. Burial will follow in the Wyrick cemetery at Pipestem. The family will receive friends today from 6 until 9 . At the memorial funeral directory on the Athens Road in Princeton. He body will be placed in the Church one hour prior to the services. Thomas Heslep Thomas Bee Heslep 70, of Newport news va., formerly of red sulpher Springs in Monroe county died thursday at his Home following a Long illness. Born at red sulpher Springs he had resided in Newport news for the past 35 years where he was employed As a Burner in the shipyards. He was of the Baptist Faith. Survivors include his wife mrs. Virginia Heslep three daughters two sons four m in a mrs. Mae Brown of Cashmere mrs. Alma Mcneer of Roanoke va., and mrs. Beth Belcher and or s. Irene Bong both of red sulpher Springs and eight grandchildren. T funeral services will be conducted at 2 . Saturday in Newport news with burial to follow there. George Mcbryde or. Funeral services for George a Mac Kiev Mcbryde jr., 60, of Bradshaw who died Early i a it Day in a Beckley Hospi Tal after a Long illness will 1>�?~ conducted saturday at 1 p in in fanning funeral Home Chapel in Iaeger. Rev. Ernest Gardner will officiate the services. Burial f ill Fie in the Grandview memory gardens on blut Field Tazewell Road. Born in Yukon he was a a i Nannie Rose Mcbryde a t North Tazewell va., and he late George Gordon .1< Bryde or. A lifelong resident of Mcdowell county he was a former employee of the Hawley fuel corp., was i disabled Miner a member if the Summit missionary Baptist Church of a y n e s v i 11 a and the i 0.0 f. Bodge of Iaeger and was a . Army Veteran of world War ii. Survivors also include his wife mrs. Norma Wallace Ai Bryde one son William b. A a Billy Mcbryde of Bradshaw one daughter c Ronnie Vickie Reed of Bradshaw one brother Robert a a bobs Mcbryde of Bradshaw two Sisters Nancy Erra Mcbryde of Rockville md., and mrs. Fred Lucille Woolum of Chicago 111. And two grandchildren. Pallbearers Hassell in own Bacy Wright sr., Ulysses Collins John Dotson Elmo Christian Sonia Coleman. Friends May Call at the Funer al Home today from 5 to 9 . Bail <21etrgript uses 059060 Ksn i Abi shed 1893 published every morning by the daily Telegraph printing co412 Bland Street. Bluefield w a 24.01 member of the associated press which is exclusively entitled to the use or publication of All news dispatches credited to tin a Patter and also the local news published therein. Second class i stage paid at Bluefield w a subscription rates Hgt mail in first and second zones and ill of West Virginia $66 00 per year Home delivery rates $5 50 per Calendar month. Rates to other zones furnished on application member audit Bureau of circulation. Postmaster Send address changes to Box 208, Bluefield w a 24701. Advertising representative Landon associates Bessie Dove mrs. Bessie Dove 90, of High Point ., formerly of Princeton died thursday morning in a High Point nursing Home following a Long illness. Funeral arrangements Are incomplete at the memorial funeral directory on the Athens Road in Princeton. Edith English Edith English 76, of 107 Jones Street Bluefield died thursday in a Bluefield Hospital following a Long illness. Funeral arrangements Are incomplete at the Richardson funeral Home in Bluefield. Funerals Eaton mrs. Joe w. Vada Russell puckett75, of 7767 Gale Road Hebron Ohio formerly of Rogers St., Bluefield today at 1 . In Cravens Shires funeral Chapel in Bluewell with Rev. Bynn r. Wilbur officiating. Burial will be in Woodlawn memorial Park Bluewell. Pallbearers Kenneth Summers Ralph Brown and Gerald Richard Randall and Gary of Dell. Browning mrs. Dorothy m., 69, of 3019 Mahood ave. Extension Princeton today at 11 . In Bailey funeral Chapel in Princeton with Rev. William Mccormick and Rev. Clinton Hill officiating. Burial will follow in Roselawn memorial gardens in Princeton. Pallbearers Dennis David and Curtis Browning Herman Cordle Michael Howerton Wayne Sanders. Buchanan mrs. James ina46, of Warrior mines today at 1 . At the War Church of god with Rev. James Bucas and Rev. William Jaber officiating. Burial will follow at the Hartwell cemetery in Hartwell. Reed mrs. William v. Martela a82, of Davy today at 11 . In pen Ridge regular Baptist Church with Rev. Cecil Belcher and Rev. . I Ane officiating. Burial will be in Roselawn memorial gardens in Princeton. Fanning funeral Home Chapel in Welch is in charge of arrangements. Hughes Albert Donald 70, of Bradshaw today at 11 . In fanning funeral Home Chapel in Iaeger with Rev. Winfield Mayle and Rev. Naoman Caldwell officiating. Burial will be in Ford cemetery in Bradshaw. Johnson mrs. Glen l. Frances ruth61, of 841 Frederick St., Bluefield today at 2 . At the Mercer funeral Home Chapel in Bluefield with Rev. Marvin Barbre officiating. Burial will be in Roselawn memorial gardens cemetery. Pallbearers Charlie Mcguire Cleveland Settle Frank Johnson Walter Penn Tom Jernigan Harman Cole. King mrs. N. Frank fleeter a King 92, of 2626 de Wood St., . Roanoke va., formerly of Jefferson Street Bluefield today at 11 . In Mercer funeral Home Chapel Bluefield with Rev. David Cheverton officiating. Burial will be in Monte Vista Park cemetery. She was a member of the Virginia Asher Bible Council and preceded in death by a daughter Hortence King Lawrence. Dudley Maggie Lee 86, of it. 2, Box 233, Rock today at 3 30 . In Cravens Shires funeral Chapel in Bluewell with Rev. Wallace Smith officiating. Burial will be in Roselawn memorial gardens Princeton. Reynolds mrs. James t. Hattie susan83, of 604 Moran ave., Mullens today at 4 . At the Mercer funeral Home Chapel in Bluefield with Rev. Bynn Wilbur officiating. Burial will follow in Monte Vista Park cemetery. Pallbearers Ernest Amici Arnold Porterfield Heber Stafford . Stafford William Rose William Farris. Mrs. Lema Wade mrs. Berna t. Wade 85, of Mullens died wednesday in an Oklahoma Hospital following a Long illness. Bom in Giles county va., she had been a lifelong resident of Mullens before moving to Oklahoma three years ago to live with her daughter. Survivors include four daughters mrs. Marvin Dorothy Blankenship of Corinne mrs. Keith Nellie Church of Jacksonville fla., mrs. Joe Shirley Snodgrass and mrs. James Button both of Shawnee . Three sons . Jack Wade of Corinne Bendey Wade of Mullens and Dewey Wade of Hep Zebak a. One sister mrs. Eunice Melton of it. Worth Tex. One brother Guy Philpott of Baltimore my. 29 grandchildren and 15 great grandchildren. Funeral services will be conducted monday at 11 . In the Longanacre funeral Home Chapel in Mullens with Rev. Gilbert Dotson officiating. Burial will follow in Thuc Roselawn memorial gardens in Princeton. Friends May Call at the funeral Home on sunday from 6 until 9 . John Isom John Floyd Isom 82, of general delivery Mcdowell died wednesday in a Princeton Hospital after a Long illness. Bom in Carroll county va., he was of the holiness Faith and had resided in Mcdowell county most of his life. Survivors include his wife mrs. Mabel Bee Rose Isom one son Robert Isom of Hopewell a. Two daughters mrs. John Frances beavers of ikes Fork and mrs. David Shelby Jean Mitchem of Mcdowell three Brothers Charlie Isom of Sparta ., Boss Isom of Aberdeen md., and Guy Isom of Wyoming county and two Sisters mrs. Blanche Snow of Galax va., and mrs. Stella Dunford of Max Meadows a. Funeral services will be conducted saturday at 1 . In the Bennett fanning funeral Chapel in Northfork with Rev. Phillip Scott officiating. Burial will be in Grandview memory gardens on Bluefield Tazewell Road. Friends May Call at the funeral Home today from 6 to 9 . Melvin Osborne Melvin Osborne 79, of Mendota va., formerly of Buchanan county va., died at his Home wednesday of natural causes. He was bom in Buchanan county where he made his Home most of his life moving to Mendota two years ago. He was the last surviving member of his immediate family. Survivors include his wife mrs. Myrtle Osborne four daughters Dorothy Osborne of Cicero 111., Ella beavers of Cedar Bluff va., Pinkie Osborne of Beckley and Bovis Hiles of Evanston 111. One son Ramie Osborne of Stacy a. 8 grandchildren and 12 great grandchildren. Funeral services will be conducted saturday at 2 . At the Hurst Scott funeral Home Chapel in Richlands va., with Rev. Ken Wilson officiating. Burial will follow in the Greenhills memory gardens at Claypool Hill a. Pallbearers Harold Helton de Sparks de Barnette Jerry Wess Steve Osborne Freddie Cochran Jerry Allen Wess Jeffrey Barnette. The body is at the Hurst Scott funeral Home in Richlands where friends May Call after 5 . Today. Jack Stallworth Jack Douglas Stallworth 56, of Capels died thursday in a Welch Hospital following a lengthy illness. Funeral arrangements Are incomplete at the Page funeral Home in Welch. Luther Tolbert Luther Brown Tolbert 91, of Rocky Gap va., died wednesday night in a i Weisburg Hospital after a Long illness. He was a a retired Farmer. Survivors include four daughters Janie Vaugh of Orlando fla., Joyce Woolridge of Hopewell va., Geraldine Turner of i it Weisburg and Phyllis Davis of Tazewell a. Three sons Thomas Tolbert of crab Orchard Wayne a John do Tolbert of Rocky Gap and . Tolbert of Buena Vista a. One sister Virgie Christian of Rocky Gap 24 grandchildren and 10 great grandchildren. Funeral services will be conducted saturday at 2 . In Rocky Gap United methodist Church with Rev. Tom Conley officiating. Burial will be in Grandview memory gardens on Bluefield Tazewell Road. Friends May Call at the Church today. Memorial contributions May be made to the Bland county Rescue squad. Newberry funeral Home in Bland is in charge of arrangements. William Franklin William a a red Franklin 90, of Alexandria va., formerly of Hensley died wednesday in an Alexandria Hospital after a Short illness. Bom in Virginia he was a retired Coal Miner and a member of the Jmwa. Survivors include six sons Arlin Franklin of Oklahoma City okl., Shade Franklin of twin Branch Russell Franklin of mar town and David Richard and Shelby Franklin All of Alexandria five Sisters mrs. Thomas Evely Lowry of Hamilton Ohio mrs. Charles Barbara Blackford of Covington ky., mrs. Robert Josephine Mcgovern of Davy mrs. Keenis Etta Wellman of Asco and miss Madeline Dooley of Hickory 32 grandchildren and 14 great grandchildren. Funeral services will be conducted saturday at 11 . In fanning funeral Home Chapel in Welch with Rev. Clyde Adams officiating. Burial will be in Iaeger memorial cemetery at Roderfield. Friends May Call at the funeral Home today from 5 to 9 . Mrs. William St. Clair mrs. William Cecil Nannie Belle St. Clair 94, of Pearisburg va., died wednesday at her Home following a Short illness. She was bom at Rocky Gap a. Survivors include one son Peyton St. Clair of Pearisburg six daughters mrs. Jack Russelle Atkins and mrs. James a. Sue Long both of Pearisburg mrs. John r. Dorothy Moore of it. Lauderdale fla., mrs. Dorsey june Conklin of Radford va., mrs. Roy Mary Howe Whitt of Roanoke va., and mrs. Robert e. Betsy Lee of it. Mills . One sister mrs. Julia t. Johnson of Narrows a. 26 grandchildren and 36 great grandchildren. Funeral services will be conducted saturday at 11 . At the Givens funeral Chapel in Pearisburg with Rev. Rockwell Ward officiating. Burial will follow in the Birc Lawn burial Park in Pearisburg. Friends May Call at the funeral Home today from 6 until 9 . Michael Stupalsky Michael Samuel Stupalsky jr., 72, of 107 red Bud drive Bluefield died wednesday in a Bluefield Hospital following a Long illness. Bom in Bluefield he was a retired service manager for Dixie appliance company and also was a member of the Christ episcopal Church. Survivors include his wife mrs. Velma e. Stupalsky one son Michael e. Stupalsky or. Of Macon a. And six grandchildren. Funeral services will be conducted saturday at 2 . At Mercer funeral Home Chapel with Rev. William j. I Awson of Ficat ing. Entombment will follow in Roselawn memorial gardens mausoleum. Friends May Call at the funeral Home from 6 to 8 . Today. Tazewell continued from Page one he add the funds should be coming to the county by mid to late june. The funds must be spent by sept. 30 or else they go Back to the Federal government. The agencies to whom the Money is allocated will be distributed for emergency food and shelter. A we Are answerable directly to the Federal government on this a Rev. Benoit said noting the local Board is responsible for the funds will meet periodically and will fill out reports to the Federal government on the program. A most of it the funds is earmarked for food he indicated emergency shelter will be provided for persons on a Short term basis for example needy persons who need to be put up in a Motel a night or two spouse abuse victims and transients. Rev. Benoit noted the United Way was responsible a for getting this information it brought the local group together. But before the local group was brought together Tazewell county already had been designated its amount of Money he said. Commenting As a member of the local ministerial association Rev Benoit noted the Federal program will help fill a void in the Community. A from year to year we be helped year our funds Are almost is filling a very real he indicated those who make application for assistance will have to do so to one of the organizations distributing the assistance. He further indicated those requesting assistance will sign a form which will list the persons name address social Security number assessment of need and disposition of the Case. He said the form is being developed. Grundy a. A an elementary school assistant principal has filed a $500,000 lawsuit Here against two employees of a used car lot claiming distribution and forgery of unauthorized leaflets which allegedly bore his name. The plaintiff Douglas Ratliff of keen Mountain and the assistant principal at . Bevins elementary school on slate Creek near Here named Pamela Davis and Preston Randy Rife As defendants in the suit. The suit on file in the Buchanan county circuit court clerks office charges that a Pamela Davis and Preston Randy Rife of motor town Auto sales in Grundy did on or about March 10, 1983, forge and cause to be published unauthorized leaflets causing the plaintiff embarrassment and the suit asks for a motion for judgment in the amount of $50,000 for a damages to the plaintiffs career a and $450,000 in punitive damages. The suit stems from incidents which occurred in mid March when the defendants allegedly had leaflets printed proclaiming a a rally for Ratliff a and distributed them to local residents some of whom were members of the . Bevins elementary schools Pat. The leaflets reportedly outlined Ratliff a qualifications As a candidate for the schools principal position. Ratliff a name allegedly appeared at the Bottom of the leaflets. Neither Ratliff nor the two defendants could be reached for comment concerning the suit. Attempts to reach Ratliff a attorney Frank Kilgore of St. Paul va., were also of no Avail. You have missed something. If you Haven t been to Jones gallery lately 2017 Bluefield ave. From our cosmetic department Chanel products including All the new Bath products medical arts pharmacy Bluefield Community professional bldg. 310 Cherry St. Pm. 323-7191 Bluefield . Hours mon., thru Fri a 9-8 . Sot., 9-1 . 8/uefa i i another plane hijacked Monroe continued from Page one Bradley says he has no idea of the origin of the dogs. Some people say they Are just strays that have banded together. The most colourful of explanations is there were a group of so called hippies that lived around Here and they grew marijuana. The Story goes they used Large dogs to guard their crops during the summer and in the fall a after Harvest time a they just left the dogs to run wild. Bradley says the sheriffs department and the county dog Warden have been Little help with the problem. Miami apr a Man a gesturing very wildly and claiming to have explosives hijacked a new York bound Eastern airlines Jet to Cuba on thursday in the third air piracy this month officials said. Flight 24, a Boeing 727 with 125 passengers and a Crew of seven returned to Miami and then on to new York on thursday evening after spending several hours in Havana. All passengers and Crew members were Safe and the Hijacker was in custody in Havana officials said. A we really can to say for certain whether he had a bomb a Fri spokesman Chris Mazzella said after agents interviewed passengers and Crew members in Miami. A the description Given by passengers was very the Hijacker who appeared very agitated yelled to a Steward a get me space a and dictated a note with some personal information to a passenger a passenger and the Fri said. The Jet was diverted soon after it took off from Miami International Airport at 2 19 ., bound for Laguardia Airport in new York said Eastern airlines spokesman Ashlock. A when the aircraft was 60 Miles Northeast of Palm Beach he changed his course and notified he was heading for Havana a said Ashlock. A we just got a report of a Man in the Back of the aircraft wanting to go to de Lorean concocted drug Deal eos Angeles apr John z. De Lorean once offered to invest in both asian heroin and colombian cocaine and said it was a a tragic that the Deal fell through according to government documents released thursday in the automakers drug trafficking Case. The government papers were filed Jan. 11 but kept secret under an order by . District judge Robert Takasugi who released some of the 200 documents in the Case still kept under Seal. An appeals court has ordered Takasugi to release All documents but said he must hold a hearing first for arguments from attorneys who May seek to keep some specific documents sealed for Legal reasons. The judge was hearing arguments thursday from both defense and government attorneys before deciding which papers should be unsealed. Earlier thursday . Supreme court Justice William h. Rehnquist turned Down an emergency request by de in Ireane a lawyers aimed at setting aside the appeals court order. . Backs Resolution United nations a the United states joined in the Security councils unanimous adoption thursday of a Resolution expressing fear of War Between Nicaragua and Honduras and support for a four nation Central american peace initiative. Nicaraguan foreign minister Miguel do Escoto Broekman said after the 15-0 Council vote that he hoped . Support of the Resolution co sponsored by his government a signifies a new beginning in its relations with but he told the Council he a fears this Isnit so because of president Reagan a statements of support for rebels fighting to overthrow Nicaragua a a leftist sandinista government. Reagan plans Jet fighter Sale Washington apr president Reagan will notify Congress in a Day or two that hell go ahead with a $2.7 billion Sale of 75 f-16 Jet fighters to Israel that was blocked when Israel invaded Lebanon last summer administration officials said thursday. A White House aide who asked not to be identified by name said the administration currently is consulting with Congress on the matter and that Reagan will submit come and worship with his intent to sell the planes when that consultation is completed in the Day or so. Reagan had told a news conference tuesday that consultation Between the state department and Congress on the f-16 matter was a about to the British captured fort Washington on Manhattan Island in 1776. No details were available late thursday night concerning a possible hit and run fatality on . Route 460 near St. Luke a Hospital a Bluefield police department spokesman said. The victim Walter h. Wall address and age unknown was dead on arrival at St. Luke a Hospital following the Accident which was reported police at 9 19 . The spokesman said further details will be available later today. Civil service addition okayed by state House Charleston . Apr the House on thursday approved gov. Jay Rockefeller a Bill to add about 3,000 state employees to the 16,300 who already Are protected by the state civil service system. The Bill passed 89-9 and sent to the Senate extends civil service Job Protection to department of highways county Road maintenance forces except the county maintenance superintendents to state liquor store workers and to labourers employed by any agencies. The House passed the Bill after defeating an attempt to eliminate most of its prohibitions against political activity by workers under civil service. The restrictions Are Only a slightly loosened version of the present civil service Laws ban against political activity. Del. James Humphreys a Kanawha proposed the amendment to delete the restrictions except for a prohibition against coercing other employees to make Campaign contributions. Humphreys amendment was Defeated 88-10. The Senate meanwhile worked on its own version of the civil service Bill which will not be at voting stage until Friday. The Senate also rejected attempts to restore the prohibition against political activity. Victim continued from Page one Whitfield said the Man whose name Wasny to released at the request of his family was admitted to the Hospital diagnosed As suffering from aids and died shortly afterwards. Whitfield said a people do not have to panic or be although hospitals Are not required to report aids to the state health authorities they Are requested to do so. Die centers for disease control in Atlanta has reported 1,410 cases of aids in the United states with 541 deaths to Date since the Center began keeping records on the condition in 1981. Francis said the disease was on the increase and a i think almost every Community is going to see it because its getting so prevalent and so a a it a a disease that seems to result in an almost absolute loss of their Normal immunity which results in them being susceptible to infections All of us Are exposed to every Day a Francis said. Danforth insurance Agency Auto License service Routs 32, blurw1ll 389-3260-389-6491 us. Sunday May 22 is Pentecost sunday we cordially invite everyone to join with us for a renewed sense of spiritual Contentment during this special sunday in our Church year. A services sunday Church school.9 30 . Sunday morning worship.11 . Sacrament of holy communion Immanuel Luthern Church Corner Mercer amp duhrin6 streets Bluefield . A county fair saturday May 21st 10 00 am till 4 00 pm at Ink Church of god Oliver Avo. Princeton w. A. Quot Yard Sale Quot bake Sale Quot hot dog Sale Quot games "auction-1 00 pm a everyone Welcome

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