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Bluefield Daily Telegraph (Newspaper) - November 21, 1970, Bluefield, West Virginia 2 Bluefield daily Telegraph saturday nov. 21, 1970football spectators participants pause today in Honor of team Tolley funeral slated today memorial and funeral services for Marshall University football coach Rick Tolley one of 75 persons who died in a crash of a Southern airways dc9 near Kenova saturday will be conducted today at 2 . At Mullens High school. Burial will follow in Roselawn memorial gardens in Princeton. Tolley 30, a Mullens native died in the crash along with most of his team and assistant coaches. Surviving Are his widow mrs. Mary Jane Edmondson Tolley formerly of Charlottesville a. His parents or. And mrs. H. Andrew Tolley of Mullens and one sister mrs. Peggy Foster of Tazewell. Sam Foglesong Nease and Neely funeral Home in Mullens is in charge of arrangements. Man charged in firearms theft a Bluefield Man was charged thursday by special Federal investigators with violations of three sections of the Federal gun control act and 14 stolen firearms were recovered. Alcohol tobacco and firearms agents of the u. S. Treasury department assisted by Bluefield detective Jim Dent identified the Man As ted Ward 89, who is already in the Mercer county jail on charges of grand larceny in the theft of a 1970 Model car from Andy Clark Ford and assault charges. Agents said the firearms had be n stolen from Galax a. Ward was held on $5,000 Bond pending a preliminary hearing before j. Strother Crocket u. S. Commissioner on monday. Judge declares mistrial in William Christian Case Nixon s plan for welfare is rejected a . Time news service Washington a president Nixon a welfare Reform program was rejected by the Senate finance committee for the second time Friday leaving the administration Only one More Chance to Rescue the plan from oblivion. The vote was to to 6 against attaching a refurbished version. Of the family assistance plan to a pending social Security Bill that is scheduled to reach the Senate floor Early in december. From the administrations viewpoint this was an improvement Over the first try in Early october when the committee Defeated the original family assistance plan 14 to i but the showing was not Strong enough to provide much encouragement for the ultimate test on the floor next month. As a partial substitute for the presidents program the committee voted 13 to 3 for the authorization of a series of tests trying out the family assistance pm an and some alternative aides in a few states or cities before Congress makes any final decision. Continued from Page one he saw Christian receive the $5,000. Sanders told the jury in his closing argument that Hampton a testimony should be considered with a great care and Camion a according to Tho instructions As to the Law guiding the Case. He pointed out that Hampton has four felony convictions against him and several minor offences including a shoplifting spree in Charleston along with members of his family. Hampton is currently serving a one-to-15 year jail term. The state through knights assistant in the Case Charles Smith said that Hampton could very Well have had difficulty in identifying Christian because their relation was a casual a and because Hampton had not seen Christian in a suit and tie As he was attired in at the mar. To hearing. The prosecution which rested his Case in about a Days time was admittedly caught off guard in the trial when Sanders through christians wife Sonia a witness introduced records for the purpose of supporting christians Alibi. One record which was admitted into evidence was a Motel receipt alleged to show that Christian lodged at a Motel near Akron Ohio on Jan. 6, the Day following the Clyborne burglary. Hampton testified that immediately following the burglary he Martin and the late Ira Mathena went to Christian s Home and gave him $5,000, plus other stolen articles. On the following morning Hampton said be and m a r t i n went to christians Bluefield seat cover Center where Martin took his $65,000 share of the Clyborne Money in for the purpose of getting it a busted Christian denied the Allega nations saying that he was in Tazewell delivering an automobile to Mccann motors and visiting his wife s parents on Jan. 5. His wife supported his testimony. His Mother in Law mrs. D. W. Witten testified that they were at her Home Between about 7 30 . And to . The burglary is alleged to have occurred Between 7 and 7 30 . An employee of Christian at the seat cover business James Hall also supported the defendants Alibi. He said Christian departed for Ohio around 8 30 . On Jan. 6. The purpose of the trip he said was to buy automobile tires and studs for Snow tires. Martins name came up in the trial numerous times. Martin was convicted of burglar izing the Clyborne Home and later was sentenced to life in prison under the habitual criminal act. On the witness stand Christian denied that Martin had Ever been in his Home. He said however he had known him since the 1950s. He said he did no to know Hampton. Mathena he said had worked for him about two years. Christian said that after his arrest he asked Martin Why he had accused him of being involved in the crime. Martin he testified told him a i Haven to accused you of perhaps the key question in the trial was Why Hampton implicated Christian. The state contend that the Felon was telling the truth. Smith said a not one reason has come out in the trial As to Why Hampton would lie about Christian. Smith asked the jury in his closing argument who has an a interest in the outcomes of the proceeding. He named Christian his wife her Mother and Hall. Does Hampton he said. A a none was his answer. Sanders said his motive could be to pin the crime on Christian so that he could get out of jail and enjoy the Clyborne Money. The trial which saw much conflicting testimony and several heated arguments Between attorneys probably set a record in one respect in regard to the number of cups of water parties in the trial drank. The court Bailiff. T. A a tube Hill was kept Busy particularly thursday carrying water to the attorneys and other parties in the Case. One observer commented it was a a thirsty Green Valley Highway design is completed continued from Page one Manson continued from Page one prosecution 23-week-okl tempted to rebut testimony in the trial. Apparently referring to his Young women co defendant he said a these children who come at you with knives they re your children. I did no to teach them you did. I just helped them stand up. I think its High time that you judged referring to testimony from a state witness that Manson once said he was responsible for the killings he said a i do feel a responsibility. I feel a responsibility for the pollution and the whole thing. In be done the Best i can. I have no guilt about anything. I have not broken your Manson was soft spoken re eyed and nearly in tears at times a dramatic figure in wrinkled jail denims. Mcdowell continued from Page one awaiting hearing in juvenile court on theft charges. In addition to his parents survivors include three Brothers. Robert l., Julian e. And John f Sizemore of the Home one Cousin Bobby Ray Mullins of the Home and two Sisters Patricia Ruth and Julie Ann size More of the Home. Funeral arrangements were incomplete at fanning funeral Home in Welch. Bluefield daily Telegraph f Tabi ish by to a published Vurr Xvi in both Dally Tala crab Pron Tina co Ais atari a Root Oil fwd. W a. Sato Momber of Tok associated pm to is whih tax Clu tvs by Nett Tom to Tho a or publication of All new Ola Rhea r red Tad to Iota Nader Tad Ala Tao Ideal new published therein. Subscription in trs by Carrier daily and sunday 70c week by my in first and second Leo a a so All Al weal font Ivy or Vaar tor Rou e rata to to nor calander Zionts rates to other Aonia furnished a a a optic Hon member audit Bureau of Cir tristan a �rtle1r>a representative. Re the Bona it Assoc la Tea. Jaie Paola 1374171 continue Industrial expansion and tourist Industry growth. It was brought out that West Virginia now rank seventh in the nation in new Highway construction and Stafford reported some statistics to support that ranking. A your Road building goal for 1970 is $300 million in new con facts. So far we be spent $266 million and we still have six weeks in the year to go. We have another $82 million in contracts to be advertised for bids and of this figure $60 million will be spent on appalachian corridor projects including it. 460. Another $43.1 million will be spent on other Federal a i d routes improving and maintaining existing highways. We must spend $250-300 million every year for the next three or four years and we intend to do just that a he said. Stafford said 1-77 from Ohio has been completed up to three Miles from Charleston. He said despite some of the problems Charleston has experienced recently they have been overcome the right of Way acquired and that a a we re Over the hurdle he said construction Bonds on the West Virginia Turnpike which in the past have proved to be a a White elephant have now proved to be a moneymaking project for the bondholders and that the state is having trouble buying the Bonds. He said he expected to overcome the problems on the Turnpike and be in construction with in nine months or a year. A regardless of the problems Well be ready to meet the Tunnel when it Stafford praised the East River Mountain Tunnel As show ing what two states can do when they cooperate. He also gave some Progress reports on the Tunnel. He told the audience which was made up of Good Road enthusiasts Road officials and government officials that work would continue on schedule despite some trouble with soft Earth. A a we re through into solid Rock now and workers have drilled 500 feet on the southbound por Tai and 1,100 feet on the North bound Portal. We re making Prog Ress and we should be 8ble to meet our july 1972, deadline Stafford said he definitely Felt the completion of the Highway system in West Virginia would help the state s Industrial expansion which now totals Over $500 million. He said the Good roads also would boost the states cur rent $600 million tourist Industry. The speaker was introduced by h. Edward steel Secretary of the association. Prior to staf Fords talk Douglas b. Fugate commissioner of the Virginia department of highways spoke briefly in Prale of Tho Progress being made in Highway construction and the work of the association in achieving this Success. A no Section of Virginia needs Good roads like southwestern Virginia and we have dedicated ourselves to meeting this need. Your association has helped get the needed funds for construction and i wish we had More organizations like it a Fugate said. James a. Jim Williams president of the association gave a reporter work done in the past and work now going on in the association. He also gave a report for Carl Thomas member of the associations Board of i dynamite final rites for Many scheduled by Craig Ammerman associated press writer in countless football stadiums across America saturday spectators and participants will pause in remembrance of the Marshall University football team and its coaching staff that was nearly wiped out last saturday night in a flaming jetliner disaster. In Tuscaloosa ala., and in Cincinnati Ohio joint funeral and burial services Are scheduled for seven of the 34 Marshall players who perished in the worst air disaster in american sports history. Seventy five persons Many of them Marshall boosters died in the crash. Ohio University Marshall a scheduled opponent this saturday will hold a memorial service in its stadium in place of the game which has been cancelled. And in Huntington Home of the grief stricken 8,500-student University Marshall fraternities and sororities will hold memorial services in Fairfield stadium the astr turfed Home of the thundering Herd that this year was Given a $1 million improvement for the team that was just beginning to recover from recruiting scandals and a 27-game wingless Streak. A five Man delegation from Marshall will Fly to Wichita state University saturday to discuss joint fund a raising efforts. The two universities will share equally in a a night of stars show planned for nov. 28. The nationally televised Benefit will be carried by at least 60 stations. The two and one half hour Benefit is originating from the Wichita Campus that on oct. 2 saw 32 of its players and coaches killed in an airline crash in Colorado. -4 Chase Bank reduces prime Bate a . Times news service new York the Chase Manhattan Bank the nation s largest Lender to corporations announced Friday a reduction in its prime or minimum interest charge on business Loans to 7 per cent from 7vo per cent. The Cut in this bellwether interest charge which will become effective monday morning was the second rate reduction in the last eight Days and the fourth this year. Earlier this year the prime rate was at a record level of 8h per cent. Fridays action came after a Day of explosive Price increases in the Bond Market and a week in which interest rates registered one of their sharpest declines in recent years. Demand for Short term credit has slowed markedly the governments credit policies have eased and there is a widespread expectation in Wall Street that further credit ease and More cuts in interest rates a Are yet to come. Local area death notices Edwin Nathaniel Marrs funeral services for Edwin Nathaniel Marrs of 824 Pocahontas Terrace Bluefield who died in a Bluefield Hospital wednesday night following a Short illness will be conducted sunday at 2 . In mount Zion Baptist Church Bluefield. Rev. Car Rolton h. Jackson Rev. A. R. Fleshman Rev. Fred Villinger Rev. Fred Thornton and Rev. W. Tiffany will officiate. Burial will follow in Oak Grove cemetery Bluewell. Born in Montgomery county va., he was a son of mrs. Ollie West Marrs and the late Stephen e. Marrs. He had been a Bluefield resident the past 42 years and was an employee of the Norfolk and Western railway. He was a Deacon of mount Zion Baptist Church a Veteran of world War ii a member of Bluefield Lodge no. Three f and a. A. Masons and a . Member. In addition to his Mother survivors include his widow mrs. Frances Marrs one daughter mrs. Talma o. Dawson of Pasadena calif., one son Rev. Edwin Nelson Marrs of High Point n. C., five stepdaughters mrs. Benjiman Harris and mrs. Lester Hawkins of Bluefield mrs. Frank Patterson and mrs. Hollis Ross of Newark n. And mrs. Herbert Smith of Brooklyn n. Three Stepsons. Frank Witherspoon of Philadelphia Penn. Theodore Witherspoon of Long Island n. Y., and Roger Witherspoon of Jamesburg n. One sister mrs. Viola Pryor of los Angeles. Calif. Three Brothers Napoleon j. Marrs of Bluefield Rev. Samuel a. Marrs of Bluefield. Va., and Henry m. Marrs of Fayetteville n. And other relatives. Bluefield Lodge no. Three masonic order will hold memorial services in Sinkford and Richardson funeral Home Bluefield today at 8 . Lodge no. Three members will be pallbearers. Members of the Deacon Board of the mount Zion Baptist Church will be honorary pallbearers. Deacons wives and the Church missionary society and friends will carry Flowers. Friends May Call at the funeral Home after 5 . Today and at the Church one hour prior to services. Mrs. Maxine Carr funeral services for mrs. Maxine Carr 49, of Iaeger who died wednesday in a Welch Hospital following a Long illness will be conducted today at i . From the first Baptist Church Iaeger with Rev. Russell ice officiating. Burial will follow in Iaeger memorial cemetery Roderfield. Born in Christian she was a daughter of the late Oza and Lydia Grimmett Browning. She was preceded in death in 1968 by her husband Wilbur Buster Carr. Survivors include three daughters Debra Carr of the Home mrs. Patricia Steele of stoning o a conn., and mrs. Connie Tanner of Iaeger three Sisters mrs. Chloris Carroll of Miami Fla., mrs. Shirley Watterson of Wytheville va., and mrs. Fred a Long of Iaeger and five Brothers Howard Browning Carr of Tam Cliff Walter Carr of Salem va., James Carr of Sykesville md., and Jessie and Jerry of Miami Fla. Friends May Call at the Church one hour prior to services. Fanning funeral Home. Iaeger is in charge of arrangements. Williams praised the association for its work. He also praised West Virginia a fifth District congressman James Keo who was present at the meeting for his efforts in trying to modernize . It. Is through West Virginia and Virginia. Williams a newspaper editor from Wytheville urged the Greup not to give up in its work to gain Good reads. A this has been the year of Triumph for us for we have seen Many dreams become reality Lee. But the future in vitally important for the association because we still have a lot of work ahead of us a Williams said. Williams said interstate 77 would bring a revolution of Progress and tourism to the areas it connects. De Greever of Tazewell member of the executive committee of the association served Ai master of ceremonies for the event. A. D. Torrence mayor of Tazewell welcomed the guests and Ray Dodson Mem be of the groups executive committee give a report on the recent election of a Board of directors elected for three year terms on the Board were Noah Akers of Wythe county a. Eugene w Bane of Grundy. Va., Robert a elderly continued from Page one but did not bother to see what it contained until thursday. The length of the fuse led police to believe that the explosives were apparently meant to be thrown from a passing vehicle. This is the second discovery of explosives in Bluefield within the past month. Police last month found some 35 Sticks of dynamite in two separate locations on the City s North Side a capped fused and ready to police found five dynamite bombs at one location packed into tin cans with the Fusee timed to go off within to attends. The other dynamite not formed into bombs was found at another location. News of that particular discovery was made Public on oct. 6, but the actual discovery was made on oct. 24. Police withheld disclosure of the find in Hopes that someone might have attempted to pick up the bombs. Police had no Duce As to who might have left the dynamite on Allen Street Dodson said adding that an investigation is continuing. Keyes of Rural Retreat Stuart rime. Big Walker Mountain vs., n. Preston of Marion va., h. Edward Steele of Bluefield. Mrs. Marble Weaver of Bluefield and Jim Williams of Wytheville. Powell Royall of Richland va., was elected to fill the unexpected term of the late w. Gillespie of Bluefield. Music far the event was provided by the Green to of Tazewell High school under the direction of mrs. Howard Leist. Rev. H. F. Henry of Tazewell gave the invocation and Benediction. Turn to Page i col. I Earl Curry of Kimball officiating. Burial will follow in Glendo cemetery big Stone Gap a. Born at big Stone Gap he was a son of the late William and Willie Jane blather. Survivors include his widow mrs. Edith Thomas Blaiber two sons Charles and Ernest Blaicher of the Home two listen mrs. Rey sick of Maple acres and mrs Archie Day of big four. Friends May cell at the funeral Home today Between 4 and 9 30 . Mrs. Mabel Jordan mrs. Mabel Lottie Jordan 65, of Kimball died sunday at her Home after a Brief illness. Bom in Powhatan she was a daughter of the late Thomas and Lena Stokes. Her husband Frank Jordan preceded her in death. She was a member of Lovely Zion Baptist Church in Vivian and the missionary society of the Church. She was also a member of the senior choir. She was a member of Marie chapter no. 49 of East pm Star of Kimball. Surviving Are one son sp4 George Jordan with the army in Germany and two Sisters mrs. Bertha Hairston of Bluefield and mrs. Frances Jackson of new York City. Eastern Star ceremonies will be held tonight at 7 . At the Kimball funeral Home. Funeral services will be con ducted sunday at 1 30 . At Lovely Zion Baptist Church in Vivian with Rev. William turn or Rev. James Wormley and Rev. H. L. Robinson officiating. Burial will follow at Oak Grove cemetery at Bluewell. Pallbearers will be deacons of the Church. Members of Eastern Star missionary society and friends will carry Flowers. Friends May Call at the tuner a1 Home after 4 . Today. Gordon Kelley Kitts funeral services for Gordon Kelley Kitts 93, of Tazewell va., who died in his Home thursday following a Long ill Ness will be conducted today at 2 . In Greever funeral Home Chapel Tazewell with Rev. Max Linkous Rev. Wen Dell Carrington and Rev. Ron Ald Hager officiating. Burial will follow in Maple Hills cemetery Bluefield a. He was a lifelong resident of Tazewell county a retired plasterer and a Farmer. Survivors include his widow mrs. Grace m. Kitts six Daugh Tern mrs. Bilton Burton mrs g. O. Thompsonjr. Mrs. W Yost and mrs. Donald Ringstaff of North Tazewell. Mrs. L. A. Biggs of Roanoke. Va., and mrs. Wayne Vance of Winston Salem. N. One Foster daughter. Mrs. E. Tolbert of West Palm Beach Fla. And two sons. Be Tan and Terry Kitts of West Palm Beach. Pallbearers will be Charles Burton Clifford Kitts. Tommy Yost Warner Biggs and Kelley Jack Randall and Douglas Kitts. The family has requested in lieu of Flowers donations be made to the Tazewell Community Hospital or Rescue squad. Mrs. Harvey n. Comer mrs. Harvey n. Comer 77, of Harman va., died Friday in a Marion va., Hospital following a Long illness. Born in slant va., a daughter of the late Marion and Ida Dean Carter she was the former Etta Mae Carter. Her husband preceded her in death. Survivors include one brother Raymond Carter of Harman and one Foster daughter mrs. Margie Nicewander of Harman. Funeral services will be conducted sunday at i . At Harman memorial Baptist Church with Rev. Robert Overstreet officiating. Burial will follow in widow Kennedy Ceme Ery in Banner a. Additional services will be conducted today at 7 . At Virginia funeral Home in Grundy with Rev. Oliver Stafford. The body will be taken to the Church one hour prior to services. Mrs. Tabitha Rhea mrs. Tabitha Rhea 70, of Cleveland va., died at a Lebanon va., Hospital Early Friday morning. She was a member of the holiness Church and was a widow of William a. Rhea. Surviving Are ten sons Matthew a., Hatfert John d., Ramfert Walter Winfred Earl Billy Burl and Denver Rhea of Cleveland. A. Three daughters. Mrs. Bonnie Bailey of Cleveland va., mrs. Sylvia Chaffin of Quantico va., and mrs. Lorraine Phillips of St. Paul a. Three Brothers Walter Sexton of feds Creek ky., Alex Sexton of Trammel va., and annual Sexton of Falmouth by. One sister mrs. Mary Robinson of Pikeville by. 26 grandchildren and 12 great grandchildren. Funeral services will be conducted sunday at 2 . At Lebanon funeral Home Chapel in Lebanon va., with Rev. Homer Kiser officiating. Burial will follow in Russell memorial cemetery at Lebanon pallbearers will be members of a the Russell county Rescue squad. The body has been taken to the residence and will be taken to the funeral Home one hour prior to services. Mrs. Myrtle Wright mrs. Myrtle Wright 83, of it. I Rock died Friday at 12 30 . In a Bluefield Hospital following a Short illness. Born in Rock she was a daughter of the late or. And mrs. T. B. Wheeler. She was a member of Wesley Chapel methodist Church Rock. Survivors include her h u a band Daniel p. Wright one daughter mrs. Gertrude Thompson of Rocky mount a. Two sons Oakley v. Wright and Eugene Wright of Lashmeet nine grandchildren 15 great a grandchildren and two great a great grandchildren. Funeral services will be conducted sunday St 2 . At Wesley Chapel Church with Rev. Ray Williams and Rev. Arnold Akers officiating. Burial will follow in the Church cemetery. Friends May Call at the Bailey funeral Home. Princeton Between 3 and 9 30 . Today and at the Church one hour prior to services. Lige Estep Lige Estep 77. Of Joie died in his Home Friday night following a Long illness funeral arrangements were incomplete at fanning funeral Hpe Iaeger. John w. Wright funeral services for John w. Wright 54, of Tazewell va., who died in his Home thursday afternoon following a Short illness will be conducted sunday at 2 . In Greever funeral Home Chapel with Rev. Abram Kaufman officiating. Burial will follow in Maplewood cemetery. Tazewell. Survivors include his widow mrs. Shirley Goode Wright five daughters mrs. Evelyn k under of North Tazewell va., mrs. Mary sue Moffatt of Erie pa., mrs. Joanne Dean of Tazewell mrs. Charlotte Brown of k Enmond va., and Pamela Wright of Erie four sons Claude Fri it of Tazewell James Wright of Belair my. John Wright of Erie and Ronnie Wright of the Home three Sisters mrs. Louise Moffatt of Erie mrs. Jettie Johnson of Chicago. Ii and mrs. Sally Mcbride of Tazewell three Brothers. Roy and Joe Wright of North Tazewell and Mack Wright of Erie and 13 grandchildren. Friends May Call at the funeral Home after 4 . Today. A thought for today Small me Quot mat Ether men feel a Moll Greet men make Ether men feel Greot. A Anonymous Misino of 0 run in Sec of tor or Princeton Bank amp Trust co. Jemima Eads Jemima Jennie Eads. 97, of Keith died wednesday in the Riverside nursing Home at St. Albans after a Long illness. Born in Glen Jean she was a daughter of the late James and Rachel Roach. She had been a resident of Keith for the past 20 years and was a member of the Baptist Church. Surviving Are one daughter mrs. Martha Lusk of Montcalm one son James Taylor of my comas 22 grandchildren and 56 great grandchildren. Funeral services will be conducted sunday at 2 . At Cravens Shires funeral Home Chapel in Bluewell with Rev. Donald Linkous officiating. Burial will follow in Harman cemetery at Mccomas. Great grandsons will serve As pallbearers. Granddaughters will carry Flowers. Friends May Call at the funeral Home from 5 to 9 . Today. Fred c. Bennett Fred Cecil Bennett 32 of Kansas City mo., formerly of Tazewell va., died wednesday at his Home. Death was attributed to natural causes. He was a son of mrs. Clara j. Bennett of Tazewell and the late Clarence Bennett. He was a graduate of Tazewell Leigh school and was a member of Tazewell main Street United methodist Church. Surviving in addition to his Mother Are his widow mrs. Joann Hanson Bennett one daughter Teresa Bennett of the Home two sons Kevin and Fred c. Bennett ii of the Home. Funeral services will be held sunday at 2 30 . At Peery and St. Clair funeral Home in Tazewell with Rev. Lee Boye officiating. Tourial will follow in Maplewood cemetery at Tazewell. Pallbearers will be j. T. Gillespie Fred Neel Edward Neel Bill Evans Paul Evans Victor Hill and r. Porter or. Friends May Call at the funeral Home after 3 . Today. Mrs. Grace Moore Jameson funeral services for mrs. Grace Moore Jameson of Northlake. Ii. Formerly of North Tazewell. Va., who died at her Home wednesday following an apparent heart attack will be conducted monday at to . In Greever funeral Home Tazewell. Rev. Horace Henry will officiate and burial will follow in Maple Hill cemetery. Bluefield a. Survivors include her husband Adrian w. Jameson and four Sisters. Mrs. A. H. Morrison. Jr., and mrs. Herbert Johnson of Matteson. 111., mrs. George h. Linkous of North Tazewell and mrs. Reinor m. Wallace of Bluefield a. Friends May Call at the funeral Home after 4 . Sunday. Louis r. Gwinn funeral services for Louis Roger Gwinn of Pittsburgh pa., formerly of Coaldale who died tuesday morning in a Pittsburgh Hospital will be conducted today at la . At West funeral Home in Pittsburgh. He is survived by four Daugh James h. Meador James Henry Meador 5 1, of Mays calif., formerly of Princeton died thursday morning in California. He is survived by his Mother mrs. Eva Meador of Princeton two sons Jerry and Jimmy both of California four Sisters mrs. Beatrice Tabor and mrs. Lousia Pennington both of Princeton. Mrs. Nora Rowland of Marion va., and mrs. Alice Martin of Covington a. Two Brothers Gilbert of Shady Springs and Matthew of Gardner and one grandson. Charles Patterson funeral services for Charles Patterson 76, of Indianapolis ind., formerly of Kimball who died in an Indianapolis Hospital tuesday morning following a Long illness will be conducted today at i . In Indianapolis. He is survived by four daughters one son one sister Mary Kenny of Maybeury and a Niece mrs. Della c. Bass of Bluefield. Mrs. Grat Cook mrs. Grat Elizabeth Cook 63, of Honaker va., died Friday in a Richlands va., Hospital following a Long illness. Funeral arrangements were incomplete at Honaker funeral Home. Funerals Carter mrs. Reece Oscar 88, of Crimora va., formerly of Brushwork today at i . At Hawkins funeral Chapel in Bluefield with Rev. Bill Baker and Rev. Frank Schwall officiating. Burial will follow in the family plot at Monte Vista Park cemetery at Bluefield. Pallbearers and honorary pallbearers will be members of the Gideons. The ladies of cavalry Baptist Church will carry Flowers. Blankenbeker John. 69. Of it. 5, Princeton today at 9 . In memorial funeral directory Chapel with Rev. Douglas Williams officiating. Burial will of Low in Philippi memorial cemetery. Mountain City term. Leftridge William Ray 49, of Bluefield today at 2 . In Mercer funeral Home Chapel with Rev. E. Burton officiating. Burial will follow in Walnut Grove cemetery Bluefield. Pallbearers will be de Blackwell Carl Dillard Hubbard Baker Arnold Farmer. Roy Blackwell Keith gee More Terry Asbury and Leon Perry. Republicans to sponsor dinner republicans from Tazewell county a Maiden Spring District will sponsor a dinner saturday dec. 5. At 7 . In Honor of rep. William c. Wampler. The dinner will be held at Mullins restaurant at Claypool Hill a. There will be no Advance Sale of tickets. Admission at the door will be $3.50 per person. Reservations May be made by contacting Barnes Gillspie in Bluefield a. Willard Hank is in North Tazewell mrs. Helen Whitaker in Cedar Bluff Bluefield boy struck by Auto a six year old Bluefield boy was injured Friday not seriously after being struck by a vehicle in front of his Home police said. Patrolman Eddie Harvey said Tony Brooks of 914 Brown St., was struck by a vehicle being driven by Juanita h. Willis. 45, of 918 Brown St. The youth apparent la darted Auto Harvey said. Young Brooks was treated and released at Bluefield sanitarium Friday for lacerations to the face Scalp and Knees authorities said. Ten mrs. Thelma Dodson and d a kit canc mrs. Norman qualities both of Plain i Jalec Cleveland Ohio mrs. Bertha Webb of Patterson. N. J., and mrs. Savanah Church of nor. Folk a. One sister mrs. Della c. Bass of Bluefield four Brothers Charles e. Gwinn of Cincinnati Ohio Eugene Gwinn of Chicago in. James Lee Gwinn of Pittsburgh pa., and William Gwinn of Columbus Ohio and 14 grandchildren. Continued from Page one women a fashioned sportswear and sleepwear. Mason said acquisition of the Plant was made possible through the cooperation of the first National Bank of Bluefield which assisted in financing the transaction. The Purchase Price was not made Public. I open till 9 01 . I monday thru saturday free prescription delivery Hickman East Princeton pharmacy i i i i East Princeton i pharmacy % Princeton Athens Crossroads 425-1077

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