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Bluefield Daily Telegraph (Newspaper) - May 28, 1966, Bluefield, West Virginia Bluefield doily Telegraph saturday Moy 28, 1966 a local cemeteries to conduct memorial Day services area tributes its War dead greater Bluefield cemeteries will Sites of memorial services 8unday As the area joins the nation in preparing to pay tribute to the War dead memorial Day monday. The annual memorial service sponsored Riley Vest Post 9, american legion Bluefield will conducted at 2 . Sunday at Monte Vista Park cemetery on Bluefield Princeton Road. J. B. Burton or. Post 122, american legion will sponsor a 3 . Service at the Maple Hill cemetery in Bluefield a. Rev Richard f. Rouquie. Pastor first presbyterian Church Bluefield. Will speak at the Monte Vista ceremony. His topic will a your heritage of t. Courtney Tanner past commander of the port will narrator. 0. Vest will in charge of sound. James e. Mccoy. Current Post 9 commander will introduce the speaker. The program has been conducted annually the past 25 years during which time the War dead buried in the cemetery has grown in number from about 100 to about 500. A Rev. Clarence Smoot pastor of Graham Christian Church will preach the 3 pm. Sermon at Maple Hills. He will introduced Hudson Huff ird sr., former mayor of Bluefield a. Attorney m. Crockett Hughes or. Will give the Roll Call. National guard participants will featured in both instances As w e 11 As special music readings and other appropriate programs. Is offices open on memorial Day Washington api a with the deadline coming at Midnight tuesday for persons Over 65 to sign up far the doctor Bill insurance coverage under medicare the social Security administration said Friday All its District offices will open regular hours monday a memorial Day. The offices will not operate extra hours on tuesday a spokesman said a All Are scheduled to close at their usual time. Chapel dedication a shown Here Are principals in the Friday evening dedication of Bluefield colleges Beau Irful new Chapel. It is named for or. Charles l. Harman College president who has served the Baptist school for 20 progressive state colleges to graduate 3,908 now thru tue. Futi. Today Bebes Yeeee a name Reoux you beats or seen Wilder fun mans my hey kids. I sure am satisfied since i started going to the big free Esso children s matinee every sel1. Morning at the Granada theatre fun games prizes our color movie thl week Beach Ball with Duane Hickman brought to you the Humble Oil 00. And your local Esso dealers doors open 9 30 movie 10 til 12 this morn Granada the associated press the Spring round of commencements which will Send 3,-908 new graduates into the adult world from West Virginia collegiate campuses reaches its Peak with exercises at 10 Misti tut ions this memorial Day weekend. The two state universities and 15 degree granting colleges Are turning out 6,268 graduates m the academic year now ending. This includes 2.360 students who finished at the end of summer school last August or at midterm this year in addition to the May or june graduates. Smith at Gleo Vilie in the first of three commencement addresses he will deliver this week and next gov. Hulett c. Smith spoke Friday at exercises for 172 Cap and gowned seniors of Glenville state College. Saturday will graduation Day for 180 students at West Virginia state College Institute with gov. Smith As the speaker and for 161 at Fairmont state College. Or. Forrest h. Kirkpatrick vice president of Wheeling steel corp., will the Fairmont state speaker. West Virginia University Marshall University Morris Harvey College and West Virginia Wesleyan College commencements will sunday. University outdoors Wavu is going outdoors for the first time for its 97th commencement at Morgantown where the ceremony will held in Mountaineer Field. Wavu president Paul a. Miller will the speaker. Wavu is graduating 2,252 and Marshall 913, in both cases counting those who completed their work last August or january. Gov. Edward to Breathitt of Kentucky will the Marshall commencement speaker. Also delivering commencement addresses sunday will Secretary of the Interior Stewart l. Udall at Wesleyan and or. Logan Wilson president of the american Council on education at Morris Harvey. Wesleyan is graduating 289 and Morris Harvey 210. Ferrell at Csc other commencements and speakers monday a Shepherd College or. Lloyd h. Elliot president of George Washington University Bluefield state College or. Harrison h. Ferrell Dean of West Virginia state College Davis and Elkins College or. Har old h. Viehman Secretary of the gemeral division of higher education United presbyterian Church in the u. S. A. Wednesday a West Liberty state College gov. Smith. June 4 a Bethany College gov. George Romney of Michigan. June 5 a West Virginia tech Miles Stanley president of the West Virginia labor federation of Lucio Salem College James Carlen Wavu head football coach. June 6�?concord College president Elliot of George Washington Alderson Broaddus College u. S. Sen. Jennings Randolph. Baccalaureate program set baccalaureate services for the 1968 graduating class of Beaver High school will held in the Mary Ruth Bartlett auditorium at the High school sunday at u . In keeping with a tradition of Many years the guest mini i Star will a graduate of Beaver. This years speaker is James g. Wallace pastor of the first Christian Church in Wilson . Susan Colobro will give the in a 1 vocation for the morning service and Barbara sue Bales will Lead the responsive Reading. James Moore will read the scripture and Sam Lambert will give the Benediction. The a Caa it Pella choir will present appropriate selections for the service. Wallace received his Bachelor of arts degree from Johnson Bible College Cumberland Heights Tenn. And Bachelor of divinity from Butler University school of religion Indianapolis in 1948. He is a member of Theta Phi honorary Scholastic fraternity. During his College and Seminary Days he served churches in West Virginia and Indiana. Following graduation he served the first Christian Church of Decatur. Ala., first Christian Cli urch Selma ala., and first Christian Church Sarasota Fla. He became pastor of the first Christian Church Wilson. N. In 1959. Wallace is married to the former Charlotte Ann Mccloud of Knoxville. Tenn. They have five children. Rebecca Ann Sara Virginia James Phillip Jonathan David and Michael Gillespie. Youth corps Grant Columbus. Ohio it apr a $54,330 Grant to operate a summer neighbourhood youth corps program in the Steubenville area was approved Friday gov. James a. Rhodes. The Grant will go to the Mingo Junction Board of education. Fist fights fast draws and frenzy a rough Tough Western you jus Dot mess around with Man Jack James j a tue mini. Fits. 12 45 2 30 4 15 a 00 7 45 9 30 to Cit now Granada years. At left is Rev. J. Walter Martin of Newport news va., who gave the dedicatory address. Flanking or. Harman Are his wife and Dean Premitivo Delgado. A reception for or. Harman followed the formal dedication. Quot Little people s Puzzle 5-2 0v�/ajn�t>f�vruc& sym3. Us a Aoa 8 Coovaa 9 Uva r it Ona i Nanua a Hooi a i ump a 33in a of nod 6 Hasnaa 8 a ii l Avana g Poona e av3hhi �?Tl�?oj3v sh3msnv How a your vocabulary a a air Irir words wit a a Wisdom William Morris dear or. Morris please help. I have a Good Friend who keeps making one irritating error in speech. He always says i have told him that there is no such word. He claims there is that he has heard it All his life. Finally i said a if you re so sure go look it up in the today he says that he did look it up and found it. Please Tell me that All those teachers who warned me against it weren to wrong. A Amy b., Reno Nev. A its True that you will find a a irregardless in the dictionary a but you must remember that the dictionary is the storehouse for All language formal informal Slang vulgar and what linguists Call it s into this category that a a Are Gard less Falls. In a he words of world Webster dictionary it is a Eye run a Ansu translated that Means that if you use it with a straight face you re using a substandard or illiterate or vulgar world. A teacher Friend of mine used to make the Point this Way. He would Tell his classes a if you re going to waste extra syllables Why he a piker0 Why not go All the Way and say a Disi regard less a a dear or. Morris it seems to me a useful distinction Between the words a a sick and a a ill is in j danger of being lost. I was Rais i de to use a a sick Only when Phy i sic ally nauseated. Otherwise i j is nowadays it seems to me that no matter what a migraine headache or heart i disease he is please . P., Washington d. A the distinction you mention is still observed in England but curiously enough it is based solely on what Hovver and Gower Call a the English love of euphemism which a shrinking from the Blunt word vomit a has appropriated a sick to that use transferring its More general sense to a ill a. So it appears that this use of a i us is a Nice Nice Neil ism borrowed from Britain. If it makes you feel better less ill keep using it a but done to criticize those who do not for their use of a a sick As the general term for a person who is not healthy has centuries of authority behind it. Easter Seal canvass set a Houes to House Campaign to Rase $6,000 for the easter Seal Campaign will conducted in Bluefield for two weeks beginning june 1 the Mercer county society for crippled children and adults inc. A House to House drive was planned in Bluefield during the easter Seal Campaign which officially ran from March 1 until easter sunday but was never held. Alden Shields jr., the society s treasurer reported that $5,401.94 has been turned in As a result of Campaign activities. Directors expressed the opinion that the $6.000 Mark could reached at an organized canvass in Bluefield. The canvasses will conducted the society a directors or their authorized representatives. Persons engaged in t h e drive will have proper identification. A number of directors chose their Street assignments and mrs. Ruth Richmond executive Secretary of the organization. Will Contact other members of the society in the near future regarding the drive. The Bluefield canvasses will completed in two weeks. Money contributed to the drive will used to Purchase equipment for the society Sloan Pool provide medical expenses in worthy cases finance the annual speech and hearing clinics and provide funds for other society sponsor activities. Mrs. Richmond told the directors that five Mercer count ians in Denmar state Hospital in Pocahontas county do not have Access to wheel chairs. The society agreed to donate a used wheel chair to the Hospital and to request local civic groups to contribute the other four needed. Appointed on the nominating committee to present a slate of officers for the coming year were mrs. Carol Mccarus. Mrs. Mary Ann Bister and or. D. Pruett. Directors also reviewed several requests for financial assistance raid discussed details of the speech clinic to held this summer. Sex Blu fielder found dead j. Cecil Gillion. 51-year-old former Blu fielder More recently of Aiken. S. C., was found dead in his truck near Aiken thursday after being missing from his heme and the object of search for three Days. Bluefield relatives said he was found sitting in his truck along a Road near Aiken and death a it As apparently due to a heart attack. There was no evidence of foul play. He was affiliated with refrigeration sales and service work in Bluefield until 1948 and had been in Simitar work for himself in Aiken since 1955. He was a Veteran of world War ii and a member of the Aiken Baptist Church. Survivors include his wife mrs. Mildred Gullion of the Home four Brothers Clayton Gullion of Bluefield George Gullion of Portsmouth o. Charley Gullion of Jacksonville. Fla and William Gullion of Waverly. O. For Sisters. Mrs. Beulah Hall of Bluefield mrs. L. W. Dalton Margie Gullion and mrs. M. R. Conner of rate Well. Funeral services will conducted sunday at 3 . At Aiken with burial also to follow in Aiken. Film personalities sued for taxes Washington Nana Uncle Sam is trying to Rustle up a Little extra tax Money from a couple of movie leading men turned real life cowboys Glenn Ford and George Peppard. Claims based on their ranching operations along with others against dancer Donald of Connor producer Darryl f. Zanuck and his former wife Virginia have resulted in disputes involving government charges totalling More than $295.000. According to United states tax court records. Ford of Ixos Angeles disputed the governments claim of $15.280 f o r tool and 1962. He said he raised and bought cows and heifers for Breeding that they were subject to Many hazards and should not have their Worth reduced a Salvage lost or destroyed the animals he told the internal Revenue service. A May lost on the Range or devoured wild Ford said he did not sell the meet and had to dispose of Bull calves so he exchanged them shortly of i ter birth with a neighbouring j rancher for Heifer calves. He j said the Exchange should i considered tax free. The claim against Peppard of los Angeles and his former wife. Helen was $5,715. The actor said he had not depreciated his cows below their Salvage value that he was a Fanner As Well As a motion picture performer and that his Exchange of Bull for Heifer calves should not taxed. Mrs. Zanuck the former Virginia Fox of Santa Monica. Caiif., said she had overpaid her taxes $12,395 in 1960 and wrong to ask her for $87.171 More for 959 through 1962. Zanuck. Of Beverly Hills said he had overpaid taxes 21.602. Rather then owing $51,377 for 1959 through 1961 support payments mrs. Zanuck challenged t h e governments claim that support payments from the producer from whom she was separated in 1957, were taxable and said she never got any dividend income from Darryl Zanuck productions ire., and the dividends she did receive from 20th Century Fox the firm had told her. Were not taxable. The two were married in 1924. In november 1957, mrs. Zanuck said without her knowledge her husband had a a dissipated a subs Tantic 1 amount of Community property and. Incurred Large she said she became concerned Over her future financial Security and obtained a property settlement agreement Zanuck s debts were to paid from Community property assets and toe rest divided equally. She said there was no divorce or Legal separation. Each was to pay half the Cost of maintaining two Homes. A bad debt loan Zanuck said the irs had incorrectly figured when he received 20th Century Fox dividends some of which were a return on capital. He also claimed Alimony deductions says a salary payment from Darryl f. Zanuck productions was not a distribution of Money As a shareholder there was a separa Tion agreement he did Maki support payments that were deductible and the irs should have allowed a deduction for a a bad debt loan to actor Gregory Ratoff. Both cases also involved payments to a night watchman. Mrs. Zanuck said they could not considered income to her since she had not hired or paid him while Zanuck said this did not constitute a dividend to him. Of Connor and his wife Gloria were asked to pay $38.069 for 1961, of which the couple disputed $5,283. The argument entered i income from a partnership in the mint a Las vegas night spot. The Transfer of assets to a new corporation of Connor said should have been tax free. He noted he had agreed to a deficiency assessment which was paid but that i he had also should have been permitted deductions for amortization and depreciation of property. Marshall Host for realtors Institute Huntington it a the Huntington Board of realtors j will Host to the West Virginia realtors Institute at Marshall University june 2-4. The Institute is sponsored i he Huntington organization the j West Virgira Board of realtors and the West Virginia real i estate commission. The Institute will open to i the Public. 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