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Bluefield Daily Telegraph (Newspaper) - May 28, 1966, Bluefield, West Virginia 2 slue Field daily Telegraph saturday May 28, 1966sfate Lions will hold convention Here next year Blu fielders receive award Btu Efiem will be the site of next years West Virginia d i a of Crit convention of Lions International. President a Aey Edwards announced during t h e Bluefield Lions club s Friday luncheon meeting at the West virginian hotel. The convention will be Early in june. Edwards related. Edwards incoming president Lindsay Dula and past District governor George Morton represented brie Field at the state convention at Fairmont last week and gave a report to the Chib Friday. Visitation award at the convention the Blue Field Lions Ware awarded the District visitation award for having made More inter club visits than any other in the District. Edwards also announced t h e installation dinner Ami dance of the ladies auxiliary of the Lions club scheduled Friday. June 3, at 6 30 . At the West j virginian hotel. The Lions club has been invited. He presented two a old m o n-1 Archt a awards during the meet-1 ing. They went to Earle Wood j for 25 years service and to Dan Wells for 15 years service. Italian love song weather Outlook a rain is expected today in the Atlantic states from Southern new England to Flordia and in the Gulf states. The forecast for the Rocky Mountain Region Aiso Calls for rain. It a wire photo deeds filed at courthouse six property transfers and two applications to wed were filed in the Mercer county courthouse a musical program was p r e-1 in on Friday. The deeds tented by two Concord College students Robert Tibbs a Sopho More and Kane Arrington a freshman. Tibbs Sang an italian Jujj and Athlema eur. Low song lung dal Caro act in Beaver Pood dirt not Bene a and miss Arrington pro j tided accompaniment at the piano the program was arranged by the membership and classification committee of which Joy Emerson is chairman. $7.400. Ruth Shrewsbury to Delores Manning part of lot i Section 9. Roundhouse addition Princeton. $4.350. B. And Cecile Davis to Roger d. And Fay Graham other guests were h. L. Til tract in Rock District $100. Son of Charleston who was a s. Kenneth and Ida Mae Bat guest of Doug Lucas. J i m Foy to t. B. Echols sr., lot 336, Locke a Sophomore at Concord j Hom Eakes addition and Jane Meadows pianist Princeton $2.500. George h. And Mary Stella Harrison to Francis and Julia j. Nisbet tract in Beaver Pond District $6.500. Fred Butner. It Al. To Robert Lee sink tract in Rock d i it strict $2.500. Marion. Ind. A it a a Young applications to wed were filed Marion widow and a Man she by told authorities was her Levy Larry Hobert a jams olt was were indicted fridy or. A first erty. O. And Susan Deane hop degree murder charge in the a to Bliefield. Young widow is indicted weather by the associated press High Low or mothers Day dismemberment slaving of the woman a husband. Indicted by the Grant county grand jury were Edith Louise Schmidt 25, and Glenn Stewart 80, May 8. Schmidt a body chopped into five pieces was found in the basement of the Schmidt Home last sunday. 12-hour manhunt but Stewart captured tuesday after a 12-hour manhunt in Arkansas swamps was reported resisting extradition in Indiana to face arraignment scheduled for next tuesday. Stew�1 declined to sigh a waiver of extradition sheriff r w. Stevenson of Arkadelphia ark., said. However the a Riff said a the maty sign it. I just done to the factory worker maintains he is innocent of Schmidt a death but mrs. Schmidt told authorities they had plotted her husbands murder 48 hours prior to his death. $50 debt she bad said earlier that Stewart had killed him Over a $50 debt forced her to watch her husband being dismembered and then took her Aid her two children on a fair state terror trip. The woman reported her husbands slaying last sunday to Sparta a authorities after she and the children left Stewart and took a bus to her parents Home near there. She said they fled from Stewart while be slept in their broken Down car in Arkadelphia. Mrs. Schmidt then returned voluntarily to Marion where authorities said she changed her Story. $15,000 damage suit filed by newsboy Charleston a it a newsboy who claims he was fired at by a customer from whom he was planning to collect filed a $15,000 damage suit in common pleas court Here Friday. The suit was filed in behalf of Robert Gandy. 10, of Charleston by his father. Phil m. Gandy named defendant is Ivan r. Lee of Charleston. The action claims that Lee fired at the boy from what is believed to be a gun striking him in the face Date of the alleged incident is listed As March 24. A a country club to be open monday Bluefield country club will be open monday. Memorial Day for convenience of members and their guests. The club will open at 10 . Bluefield daily Telegraph established 1893 publish a morning by the Dally Telegraph printing co. 412 Bland Street Bluefield w. A. Member or the associated press which is exclusively entitled to the use or publication of All news dispatches credited to this Piper and also the Lucal news published therein Sims Tupton rates by Carrier daily and sunday 80c per week by Mai in first and second a ones and All of West Virginia 026.00 per year. Rater the other a ones tarnished on application. Member audit Bureau of circulation. Advertising representative a the kits Agency. Inc. Clarence Andrew Mitchell and Eleanor Godfrey of Blue Fileki British pilots lured to . London map it a the hire of High pay quicker advancement and better working conditions in the United states has reached into the ranks of British airline pilots. More than 100 pilots have applied for jobs with american air firms and a London office said Friday application Stih Are coming in. An american staff of interviewers will examine the pilots next week. Short of staff the raid on British flying Talent May create serious problems for airlines in the United kingdom. A British european airways spokesman said the airline already is Short of staff acid needs 150 new pilots of which 90 now Are in training. The Cost of training borne by the line amounts to from $8,400 to $11,200. A Pilot is free to quit on three months notice. Men leaving the armed forces do not necessarily fill the Bill aviation sources say. A supersonic Jet Pilot is not always the Man to Fly commercial Craft they add. Starting salary american lines in advertising for pilots in British magazines offer Young men a starting salary of $6,600, rising to $10.500 after a year. These terms Are for pilots of 21 to 35 who have 1,000 flying hours and a commercial License or service equivalent. A flier of 21 in Britain is unlikely to earn much More than $4,760, ceilings for senior captains illustrate the wide Gap even further. In the United states they can draw As much As $33,600. Tops in Britain Are half that. British pilots Are needed in the United states airline people say because the lines there Are expanding too fast for the american labor Market to fill the Bill. In addition the common language is already an asset and the United states has a generous View toward British immigrants making visa fairly easy to obtain. Boy arrested in knife wounding a 16-year-old Mercer county boy was taken into custody Friday afternoon at Arista in connection with the knife wounding of a spams Burg Man Robert Ball thursday night. State police said they became embroiled in a fight Over a knife at Belles Home he suffered an Ait they said. He remained under treatment at memorial Hospital in Princeton Friday night where his condition was considered satisfactory. The juvenile remained in custody last night. Troopers Gary sister Ard Dan Shade investigated. Albany Cloudy 83 48 Albuquerque Clear 86 47 atlantean Cloudy 80 65 .06 Bismarck Clear 68 45 Bluefield rain 68 57 .30 Boise Cloudy 83 55 Boston Cloudy 86 60 ,. Buffalo Cloudy 82 54 ,. Chicago Clear 87 61 Cincinnati Clear 76 57 Cleveland Cloudy 84 34 Denver Cloudy 78 48 .01 Moines Cloudy 88 58 Detroit Cloudy 87 54 Fairbanks Cloudy 58 39 fort Worth Clear 83 59 ,. Helena Cloudy 83 48 Honolulu Cloudy 87 71 Indianapolis Clear 87 57 Jacksonville rain 80 66 .37 Juneau Cloudy 46 34 Kansas City Cloudy 89 62 los Angeles Cloudy 68 57 Louisime Clear 84 34 Memphis. Clear 83 62 Miami Clear 81 72 .75 . Clear 63 56 new Orleans Cloudy 85 05 new vomit rain 82 65 .02 okla. City Cloudy 95 56 Omaha Cloudy 90 07 Philadelphia rain 77 63 t Phoenix Clear 99 60 Pittsburg Cloudy m 52 a tend me., Cloudy 73 49 a tend Ore. Clear 04 39 rapid City Clear 79 49 Richmond rain 75 63 .17 9t. Louis Clear 85 63 Salt la. Pity. Cloudy 90 see a 9an Diego Stoody 08 �0 san fran. Cloudy 55 52 Seattle Clear 57 37 .13 Tampa Clear 86 71 1 4 Washington Nain to Trace damage 79 67 .11 program set at Matoaka Rev. Donald Elliott pastor of Matoaka pentecostal holiness Church will preach the baccalaureate Sermon to the 1966 graduating class of Matoaka a it a he a a daughters one Rev. Swecker succumbs at 87 Middleton my. A it Rev. Kent Dudley Swecker a retired methodist minister Sho had served churches in Maryland Virginia and West Virginia for nearly 40 years died in a nursing Home Here Friday. He was 87. A native f Dunmore w. Va., he was tor nearly 20 years a Steward in his local Church. At the age of 33 he resigned his Job As a Rural mail Carrier and at half his former salary entered the ministry. Food froze he covered his first charge of nine churches on horseback leaving before Daylight and returning Home after dark. During the hard Allegheny Winter the food in his Saddle bag often froze before he ate it. Swecker held pastorate in Greenville Peterstown. Huntersville. Blue suliber Leverton and Frankfort in West Virginia Fairfield. Sudley mount Crawford and Covington in Virginia and ooze Seville Potomac Aid new Market in Maryland. Hie retired at new Market in 1949. In 1907 he married the former miss Margaret b. Campbell of Highland county va., and High school sunday at 11 . The program beginning with the processional. A a and and ending with the Benediction by Oma Boyles and the recessional will be conducted in the High school auditorium. Rev. Elliott a topic will be a seek and be shall the Matoaka i i glee club directed by mrs. Bonnie Honaker will sing a the lord is my Shepherd and a to sacred head now Theda Jenkins will give the invocation and Jimmy Akers will be in charge of the devotionals. Joyce Beggs and Sandra Shrewsbury will be Ushers for the class. Diane Godfrey will be usher for the speaker. Ushers for the audience will be Gail Ford. Sandra Blankenship Brenda Atwood and Nancy Clark. Whom died in infancy. Mrs. Swecker died i 1950. 2 daughter1 survivors include two Daugh mrs. Bertha Henderson funeral services for mrs. Bertha Henderson of Tidewater near Kimball in Mcdowell county Wil be conducted at 1 . Sunday at Tidewater elementary school with Rev. H. L. Wade and Rev. William tumor officiating. Burial will follow in Oak Grove cemetery at Bluewell friends May Cadi at Sinkford Richrdson funeral Home k e a Stone after 5 . Today. A native of Eminora daughter of the late Lloyd and Lottie Scruggs , she died monday in a Welch Hospital after a Long illness. Survivors include her husband Charles Henderson of Tidewater three Stepsons Louis Henderson of Columbus Ohio Herbert Henderson United states army in Germany Charles Henderson address unknown two Sisters co Rene Dennis of new York n. Y., and mrs. Hastine Haskins of red House a. One brother Lawrence Dennis of Keystone two half Sisters mrs. Loretta Mack of Carswell and mfrs. Rosetta Christian of Maybeury three half Brothers James Harvey of Newark n. J., Holston and Raymond Harvey of Keystone. Pallbearers will be Clarence Harris George Hickman t h e o ter met William l. John a Bro i William try. George scale Alex Amerson Arthur Wilson rastus Harris continued from Page one a 1,953 Model Auto driven by a 17-year-om it. 3 Bluefield girl and a 1992 Model Auto driven by Charles w. Whittaker also of it. 3. Damages were estimated at j strained interstate Trade and $�0. And the juvenile was cited tor failure to keep her vehicle answer filed by steel firm Wheeling a it u. S. Steel corp. Filed an answer Friday to a $48 million suit charging that it induced a Cable Man facture to breach its contract with Wheeling steel corp. U. S. Steel and the manufacturer Triangle conduit amp Cable co. Of new Brunswick n. A. Replied that the contract was invalid. In answers filed in Ohio county circuit court they said the contract a unreasonably re of Wilmington. Del., and mrs. Clifford h. Watkins or. Of new Market my. Two grandsons and two great granddaughters. A funeral service tentatively is scheduled at the Faulkner funeral Home in Frederick md., at a time to be set later. Burial will be in Dunmore w. A. 3 counties get Federal Grants Washington api Sens. Jennings Randolph and Robert c. Byrd do. A. Announced Friday the office of economic Opportunity has approved Grants totalling $83,751 to three West Virginia organizations. The Grants Aid projects include a $61.641 to the Wyoming county Community action programs inc., tor establishment of a clothing Center and three Community centers. A $19,890 to the Lewis county Community action association for development and coordination of an Antipoverty program. A $2.220 to the Webster county development Council for an eight Day summer Camp for disadvantaged children. Fhe two senators also announced the to it to has allocated $396,684 to the West Virginia mental health department. The funds will be used to sponsor a Foster grandparents program under control. She and a 16-Yea to dry. 3, Bluefield girl suffered minor injuries state police said. The other person injured was two year old Mark Shrader a passenger in an Auto driven by Elizabeth j. Mielvin 19 of Oak Vale that ran off it. 20 near the intersection of it. 460. At near Princeton at 1 30 ., state police reported. No charges were filed. They said the baby boy was not seriously Hurt. Three autos collided in two separate accidents on a curve at Bramwell at 3 45 . State police said a 1964 Model Auto driven by Wilbur Wright 44, of Princeton was in collision with a 1964 Model Auto driven by Dwight Graves 16, of Freeman on a curve on Sec. 20-3 five minutes later before the autos could be moved a 1958 mod i Auto driven by William Donald Henry. 46. Of Pocahontas. A. Was in collision with the Wright Auto. Damages totalled $350, according to state police estimates. East of Princeton damages of $200 resulted from the collision of two autos at the intersection of it. 460 and it. 20 East of Princeton at 11 30 . The autos were driven by Dorothy Miller 42, of Brickton and Rondle Shelton 26, of Princeton. The thursday night wreck involved a Kos driven by Foster 31, of Coshocton Ohio and John Ray Halderman 20. Of Wooster Ohio. They met almost head on and Halderman was charged with failure to keep right of Center police said. It. Bluefield. Damages estimated at $550 results from the collision of a 1962 Model Auto driven by Helen e. Watson. 61, if 3031 Cumberland Road Bluett eld. With a parked Auto owned by Jim Bailey a patrolman with the Bluefield police department. Bailey a Auto was parked at Don Clark Pontiac inc. On Bluefield Avenue and the Watson woman was forced off the Street by a truck after a had driven into the right Lane preparatory to turning South onto Spruce Street police said. Damages of $400 resulted from the collision of a 1965 Model Auto driven by Paul e. Morris of Washington Street and a 1961 Model Auto driven by a 16-year old it. 2 Bluefield. Boy at the intersection of Washington Street and Elmwood Avenue at 11 40 . Commerce. Wheeling asked $12 million tor 206 mentally retarded and compensatory damages and $36 emotionally disturbed children million punitive damages from u. S. Steel and $12 million compensatory damages from Triangle. A Wheeling spokesman said Wheeling supplied Triangle with pipe and coupling for Over 30 years. In december 19s3, the spokesman said the two firms signed a 16-year Supply contract. Wheeling charged that u. S. Steel brought about a breach of the contract and then supplied Triangle with similar products. . Steel stirs up idled ovens new York it a it u. S. Steel corp. Said Friday it is reactivating about 60 Cote oven at it Lorain Ohio works because of High demand for steel. Coke made from Coal is the chief fuel for steel blast furnaces. The company said the ovens should be in production in five or six weeks. Other Coke ovens at Lorain were reactivated earlier this year. Insurance boost will be studied whittle resigns continued from Page one and Steve gravely. It and others indicated the resignation came As a Surprise to them. Director Fred Simon said he was surprised when he Learned of whittles resignation Friday. Asked if he regretted whittles leading the City at this time Simon said a yes a in a Way. He was a capable City manager. It was his decision a be made up his director Lewis Cook said he was not surprised a because i was expecting asked if he thought whittle was a capable City manager. Cook answered a a yes so far As i director Henry Webb said it came As a a Complete Surprise to him. A i did no to know until Friday and in a sorry to see it a whittle is a capable City director John Wilkinson said he a Felt whittle was going to resign. He Wasny to too Happy on the Job. But so far As i know there is no hard feelings or friction Between Board members and Many changes there have been Many changes since whittle became City manager and in which he participated. They include t h e proposed Public housing project Charleston it apr a pub j the Urban renewal program the lie hearing is scheduled by the $540.000 capita improvement state insurance commissioner Here next thursday on a pro Biond Issue which resulted in construction of the new Mercer posed 18 per cent fire insurance Street Bridge flood control in increase tor Wert Virginia Homes and their contents. The rate increase request was filed by the West Virginia rating Bureau. Ike Back at farm Gettysburg. A. A former president Dwight d. Eisenhower arrived Back at Iris Gettysburg farm Friday after a three week stay in Walter Reed army medical Center at Washington. The former chief executive was described by an aide As feeling Fine and had experienced no pain for the last several Days. Doctors said Eisenhower was suffering from Quot osteoarthritis a an ailment associated with advancing age which can be painful at Tine. Pou dment on upper Union Street a new retaining Wall on Princeton Avenue construction of a storm Drain in the West end and on ool Tege Avenue the comprehensive downtown Survey and the Mitchell stadium lights. Whittle a native of Roanoke was educated in the Public schools there and he obtained an a. B. Degree from Washington and Lee. And an . Degree from Fels Institute of local and state government Wharton graduate division of the University of Pennsylvania. He was a student intern for the town of South Boston a. And had worked in the City managers office in Charlotte n. C he was in naval service and had been promoted to Haw tenant Junior Grade at the time of his separation from the service w. H. Ball funeral services for w. H. Harve Ball 66, of Speedway will be conducted at 2 30 . Today at Speedway methodist Church with Rev. Keith Brown and Rev. Joe Young officiating. Burial will follow in the rest Haven memorial Park Princeton. He was a retired Farmer and a school bus Driver for the Mercer county Board of education he was bom in Hill top the son of the late w. P. And Sara Pettrey bail. Survivors include his wife Sallie Keaton Ball of the Home three sons Homer Ball of Athens Kenneth Ball of Speedway and Jimmy Ball of Lerona four daughters. Mrs. Robert Wright and mrs. Robert Kight of Princeton mrs. Robert Bishop of Cleveland Ohio and mrs. J i m Bob Hurt of Tazewell va., and 16 grandchildren. He is also survived by a sister Georgia Pettrey of Myrtle Beach s. Cd a and two Brothers. Fred Ball of Speedway and Zed Ball of Pini Evite. Pallbearers will be or. Charles Lane Leslie Kessinger Fred Phillips Jimmy Mayberry. E. L. Rutherford Robert k e a Singer. G. W. Keatley and Glen Lucas. Flower bearers wild be the members of the Speedway methodist Church women a society of Christian service. The body will be moved to the Church one hour prior to the services. Thomas Godsey funeral services for Thomas William Godsey. 65, of 424 Fairmont st., Bluefield. Will be conducted sunday at 3 . At Hawkins funeral Home Chaipel Bluefield. Or. U. E. Wills will officiate and burial will follow in Monte Vista Park cemetery. Born in Bluefield he was a son of the late Charles William Godsey and Kitty Barber Godsey. He was the husband of mrs. Nell Collins Godsey and was a retired employee of Cole baking company. He was a member of Trinity methodist Church Bluefield elks Lodge 269 and masonic Lodge 160 in Blue Fileki. He died thursday at 10 . In Bluefield sanitarium. In addition to his wife he is survived by one daughter mrs. Richard Torquato of Windber a one sons sgt. Charles Godsey of Savannah a. Two grandchildren one sister. Mrs. Virginia Tidwell of Bluefield. Friends May Call at the funeral Home after 4 . Saturday. Members of the masonic Lodge will have charge of graveside rites. Mrs. Dora Absher mrs. Dora Bell Absher 76, of it. 1, Raven va., died Friday morning in a Richlands. Va., Hospital. She was the daughter of the late or. And mrs. John h. Dixon Ard was preceded in death by her husband James m. Absher. Survivors include five daughters. Mrs. P. Logwood mrs. Preas and mrs. Ulvia fielder of Roanoke a. Mrs. Fannie Dye Ami mrs. Reva Deskins of Raven three sons James m. Absher of Lothian md., Troy b. Absher of Marion a Donald b. Absher of Hamilton Ohio two Sisters mrs. Ada Newberry of Richlands and mrs. Pearl Dixon of Pilgrim Knob a. Two Brothers George Dixon of winding Gulf Dewey Dixon of Logan 21 grandchildren and 10 great grandchildren. The body will remain at Farmer funeral Home in Richlands pending arrangements. Randall Mtchell Randall Mitchell. 11, of Davy died Friday afternoon in a Welch Horo ital following a Long illness. The body was taken to fanning funeral Home of Welch. Funeral arrangements Are he mrs. Cosby Nell funeral services for m r s. Cosby Bailey Nell 94, of it. 1, Blue Fileki. A. Abbs Valley will be conducted 9unday at 2 . At abbs Valley Baptist Church. Rev. Ted Cook and Rev. Harold Russell Wib officiate and burial will follow in Grandview memory gardens. A native of Little Creek she was a daughter of the late Zack and Elizabeth Dilke Bailey. She was a methodist and was the widow of Charlie Nell who died in 1964. She died thursday at 2 55 . At her Home following a Long illness. 9urvivors include four daughters mrs. Clinton Kerley of Atlanta Gay a mrs. George h. Gillespie of abbs Valley. Katherine Nell of the Home and mrs. George Hedrick of Nemours three sons Richard Nell of Hollywood. Fla., Harry Munsey of Long Island City. N. And Johnny Munsey of Princeton two Sisters mrs. Julia Harman of amp uart a. And mrs. Bdl Laie Cecil of Ashland 12 Gna Mem Dren and 15 great grandchildren. The body will be taken from Pocahontas va., Union funeral Home to the residence saturday at 4 ., and will be Token to the Church one hour prior to the services. Pallbearers Hyght Bailey Leonard a lev. Arthur Hawks Paul Bartley. Lee Harman. Zack Harman and Oharie Hawks. Members of the Church choir will carry Flowers. William steel William Thomas Steele 83, of swords Creek va., died Friday in a nursing Home in Meadow View va., following an illness of four years. He had been a lifelong resident of Russell county and was a son of the late John Wesley and Melvinia Compton Steele of Russell county. He worked with the Norfolk and Western railway company in the Maan Tarence of Way department until ill health forced his retirement in 1947. He was also a member of the swords Creek methodist Church. Survivors include his wife mrs. Maude Blankenship Steele of the Home five daughters mrs. Boothe Ball of Lebanon a. Mrs. Jean Culberston of Castlewood va., mrs. Eleanor Caffi of Arlington va., mrs. Dorothy Moore of Cocoa Beach fla., and mrs. Helen Wyatt of album Dale. Fla two sons James w. Steele of Santa Clara calif., rudest Steele of swords Creek 21 grandchildren and eight grandchildren. Funeral services will be conducted at 2 . Sunday at the Hurst Scott funeral Chapel in Richlands with Rev. Peery Herndon and Rev. Francis Barton officiating. Burial will follow in Russell memorial cemetery in Lebanon. The body will remain at the funeral Home in Richland. Mrs. Ruth Watts funeral services for mrs. Ruth Hoard Watts 37, of data Oft or ch., formerly of Princeton will be conducted saturday at 1 . At it. Calvary Baptist Church. Rev. T. M. Stevens will officiate and burial will follow in Lincoln Park cemetery at Green Valley. She was the daughter of mrs. Ooze h. Howard. She died tuesday in Detroit death was attributed to natural causes. The body will be taken Tram Seaver mortuary. Princeton to the Church one hour prior to the a Erv Iees. Pallbearers Wayne Henry George Allen. Wardell Weldorn Charles Beaman Joseph Clark and Bernard Adams. Women of the Church will carry Flowers. Mrs. Zeffie Moye mrs. Zeffie Kelley Moye. 79, of Pearisburg a. Died thursday afternoon in Giles memorial Hospital at Pearisburg she was the widow of Percy Moye. Survivors include two Brothers George Kelley of Pearisburg and de Kelley of popular Hill a one sister mrs. Mary Griggs of Ana wait seven grandchildren and several nieces and nephews funeral services will be conducted at 2 . Sunday at Givens funeral Home Chapel at Pearisburg with Rev. Jones Hankins officiating. Burial will follow in Birc Jawn burial Park in Pearisburg. The body will remain at the funeral Home until my hour prior to service. James Pendleton James e. Pendleton. 81, of Kellysville bed thursday afternoon m a Princeton Hospital following a abort illness. He was resided in Mercer county the part 74 years and was a member of new Zion Baptist Church near Princeton. He Tati the husband of Kate Thompson Pendleton. Additional survivors include tour daughters mrs. To 111 a Oao tie and mrs. Emma Crume of Phoenix am., mrs. Miary Willis of Coquille Ore., and mis. Sally Holliday of Ronce Verte four sons Eltos and Roy Pendleton of Keltys Volle Frankie Pendeton of Baltimore md., and Boyd Pendleton of Princeton 13 grandchildren and seven great grandchildren. Funeral services Warll be conducted sunday at 2 . It new Zion Baptist Church with Rev. Fred Kinser officiating. Burial will follow in the crunch cemetery. Friends May Call at Johnston funeral Home of Oakvale after 2 . Saturday the body will be taken to the Church one hour prior to the services. Thomas m. Reid or. Thomas Maynard Reid sr., a resident of Roanoke va., and a native of Mercer county died suddenly of a heart condition at his Home late Friday. He was an Engineer for t h e Norfolk and Western railway. Survivors include his wife mrs. Grace swim Reid of t h e Home three daughters mrs. To Cooper of Charlotte n. C., mrs Sandra Stafford and Callie Reid of Roanoke two sons Thomas m. Reid or. And Charles d. Reid of Roanoke two Sisters mrs. Florence Pendleton and mrs. Cora White of Princeton two Brothers Harry Reed of Princeton and Mckinley Reed of Roanoke. Funeral services will be conducted at Oakley a a funeral Home in Roanoke monday it 11 30 with burial in Cedar Lawn Cerr every at Roanoke. Kelly Cline Kelly Cline. 07, of Paynes Volle. Died thursday it his Home following a Long illness. Born at Posey he was a son of the late George and Almeda w ebb Clune. He was the husband of mrs. Mary Christian Dine. Additional survivors to clump one daughter mrs. June Reed of Basin one brother Hobert Cine of Washington d. Two half Brothers Dennis Harper o Amigo and Mason Harper of Eccles two grandchildren. Funeral services will be conducted saturday at u . At Rock Ridge Church of Christ near Faynes Vite with Rev. Plenty Rowe officiating. Burial wifi follow in Christian cemetery. The body has been taken from fawning funeral Home of Iaeger to the residence. Rufus f. Shaw funeral services for Rufus Floyd Shaw 59, Pearisburg a. Will be conducted today it 3 . At Graham funeral Home in Bluefield a. Rev. Russell Lowther will officiate. Burial will follow in Maple Hill Oetner Tery Bluefield a. A native of Coopers m Mercer county he was a son of William r. And Amanda k. Shaw. He died thursday in route to Bluefield sanitarium victim of a heart attack. Two daughters mrs. A. B. Stafford and mrs. W. D. Walker of Bluefield survive him. Pallbearers Fred Calvin and Leonard Walker Robert l. Harrison Claude Chambers Roy Fields and Cooper Stafford. Members of Circle 5, Grace methodist Church will carry Flowers. Mrs. Emma Davis mrs. Emma Zetta Davis of 411 3rd st., Princeton died Friday at 8 pm. It her Home following a Long illness. The body was taken to Seaver mortuary. Funeral arrangements Are incomplete 2 Are continued from Page one cues Case it will tender a four year contract to the new superintendent thus binding the present minority after Richardson and Griffith leave office at the end of this year. Expects to serve in that connection Board member Nestor said Friday he expects to serve out the remaining two and one half years of his term despite a newspaper report that he will soon he required to resign from the Board Board when he moves out of Rock District and Kito East River District. State Law requires that no More than two county Board of education members May come from the same magisterial District in a comity. Walthall and Griffith Are both East River District residents. After Jan. 1, 1967, with Griffith off the Board Nestor said be can move into Bast River District without bring disqualified from Nis seat. The t w o new Board members elected in the May 10 balloting came from Bluefield and Flat top thus reducing East River representatives to one on the new Board

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