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Bluefield Daily Telegraph (Newspaper) - October 17, 1970, Bluefield, West Virginia 2 Bluefield daily Telegraph saturday october 17, 1970 four at the Plant working agreements Are reported by general motors total now 41 in Law strike by a. F. Mahan associated press writer Detroit apr four at the Plant working agreements which will supplement the yet to be negotiated Over All contract were reported Friday by general motors corp. And the United Auto workers. These brought to 41 the number reached in the 32-Day old Law strike against pm and raised the total for the last six Days to 13. The same As for All of last week. Pm vice president Earl r. Bramblett said Quot a sizable number of the other 121 Union management bargaining teams appeared closing in on local level settlements. Tempo picks up Bramblett said 20.923 of 39.089 original at the Plant demands have been disposed of and with Friday s four agreements the Tempo appeared to be picking up. He added however the Tempo of settlements has not yet reached that experienced in the Best weeks of 1964, when pm was kept shut Down for five weeks after agreement had been reached on an Over All package of wages and fringe benefits. In the first week of the current strike there were three such local level settlements five in the second seven in the third and 13 last week. Both the company and the Union have agreed that a major portion of 162 local level agreements must be in hand a to get the system Back in operations even if National agreements Are reached meanwhile. The walkout came at Midnight sept. 14, with expiration of a i three year pact. However top level bargaining on an Over All contract was renewed Only on oct. 9. As both sides previously concentrated on putting on pressure for local level settlements. At the Plant agreements cover such things As the work Pace and working conditions health and safety rules shift preferences and seniority lists and parking lot privileges and the like. Three involved fridays settlements involved thre plants in suburban Livonia Mich., employing a total of 6.200, and at an electro motive division Plant in la Grange 111., employing 7,200. A a top level negotiators who will finally write the Over All contract covering wages and fringe benefits spent their eighth Day in a Row without reaching agreement on a single one of the Law s top priority demands. Irving Bluestone co director of the a awl Sam department said fridays discussions in evolved both sides a trying to find some Daylight leading toward Bluestone and Bramblett agreed they would meet again saturday. 400.000 idled the strike has idled approximately 400.000 in pm plants in the United states and Canada. The Union s top priority demands include a a substantial i wage increase in the first year of a three year contract restoration of an unlimited Cost of Liv ing wage escalator and a minimum $500 monthly pension after 30 years service regardless of a age. In its last wage offer pm promised a 38 cents an hour increase immediately for the average worked. The Union demanded a 61.3 cent raise. The average hourly wage in the Auto Industry is $4 02. The companies estimate fringe benefits add another $1.75 per employee to their labor costs. A Ford and Chrysler other members of the automotive big a three have been Given strike immunity while the Law strikes for a pattern setting contract for a the Industry at pm. Deaths anti funerals George w. Gwinn George w. Gwinn 80. Of Peterstown died thursday evening in a Bluefield Hospital following a Long illness. He was born in red sulpher Springs a son of the late Price h. And Alice Ballanger Gwinn. He had been a resident of Peterstown the past 40 years. He retired in 1969 As operator of Gwinn grocery there. He was a member of the first Church of god Rich Creek a. Survivors include his widow mrs. Marie Ferguson three daughters mrs. John Underwood of Bluefield miss Cheryl Gwinn of the Home and mrs. Mary Baker of St. Petersburg. Fla. One son master sgt. David h. Gwinn with the us air Force in Japan three Sisters mrs. Line Holmes of Elwood ind. Mrs. Ruth Prewett of Anderson ind., and mrs. Frank Zimmek of Scotts Bluff neb. One brother Paul Gwinn of Loveland Ohio and four grandchildren. Funeral services will be conducted sunday at 2 . In the Rich Creek first Church of god with Rev. B. G. Bowersox and Rev. Clifford Compton officiating. Burial will follow in Rich Creek cemetery. Friends May Call at Broyles funeral Home. Peterstown after noon today and at the Church one hour prior to services. Pallbearers will be Harry Ferguson Opie Craig. John Butler Charles Bond major Crockett and Mike Johnson. Ladies of the Church will carry Flowers. Ambrose Marinelli Ambrose Marinelli 85, of Gary died thursday night in a Welch Hospital. He had been a resident of Gary most of his life. He was a retired Miner and member of us a 7635 of Gary. He was a certified Pioneer resident and member of our lady of Victory Catholic Church at Gary. Surviving Are his widow mrs. Mary Richardo Marinelli four daughters mrs. Frank Esther Merenda of montaigne. Calif., mrs. Charles Ann Schornak of Columbus Ohio mrs. Robert Pauline Goode of Lexington ky., and mrs. Rosie Dalton of the Home three sons. Angelo Marinelli of Dayton Ohio nun Zie Marinelli of Bradenton. Fla., and Tony Marinelli of Dayton three Brothers Luca Marinelli of Bradenton fla., Vito Marinelli and Antonia Marinelli of Bari Italy one sister Anna Marinelli of Bari Italy and 14 grandchildren. Friends May Call at fanning funeral Home in Iaeger sunday from 3 to 9 . Rosary will be recited at 8 . Sunday. Requiem mass will be conducted monday at to . At our lady of Victory Catholic Church at Gary with father Andrew Arnold in charge. Burial will follow in Woodlawn cemetery at Bluewell. J. B. Singleton j. B. Jim Singleton. 78, of it. I Cleveland va., died Enro Ute to a Richlands. Va., Hospital thursday evening. He was a retired Farmer. Surviving Are his widow mrs. Emily Singleton two sons. Elmer Singleton of Madison Heights Mich., and Coy Singleton of Cleveland a. Eight daughters. Mrs. Faye Rasnake of Mendota. Arms. De Max Field and mrs. Hazel Ashley of Honaker. A. Mrs. Tom Cooley of Troy. Mich., mrs. Fred Cooper of Clawson Mich. Mrs. Junior Vaughn of Marion a. Mrs. Carl Artrip of Roanoke a. And mrs. Donald at i Kins of Defiance. Ohio two half i Brothers Vaughn Singleton of i High Point. N. C., and Bobar ringtone of Haysi a. 47 grand a children and 44 great grandchildren. Funeral services will be con i ducted sunday at la . At i the Home of a daughter mrs. De Maxfield at Honaker with i elders Lester Barker Riley Compton and Parkus Edwards there will be a revival at the officiating. Burial will follow in Crane Creek pentecostal holiness the family cemetery. Church notices Church at Mccomas beginning sunday oct. La at 7 . And continuing each evening through oct 25. The evangelist will be Rev. Virgil Akers of Max Meadows va., former Paster of the Bluewell pentecostal holiness Church. I Trot Assembly the first Assembly of god the body has been taken from Haysi funeral Home to the Home of the daughter. Henry Granger Helvey Henry Granger Helvey. 90, of it. I Wytheville va., died Friday in a Roanoke. Va., Hospital following a Short illness. Survivors include his widow mrs. Eula Honaker Helvey six Church in Princeton will conduct daughters mrs. Wally Parsons a reveal beginning monday with a Tampa. Fit miss Virginia Man in i Taia of n a it a a to it a \ j is mum 11 Rev. Jackie Gordon of Frost Burg my As the guest evangelist. Services will begin at 7 30 nightly and will continue through oct 24. Ronald Haga is Host pastor. Helvey of Narrows va., mrs. Alfred Livengood of Winston Salem n. C., mrs. H. J. Strohm of Vienna va., mrs. K. P. Grubb. Or. Of Fairfax va., and miss Dorothy Helvey of Wytheville five sons William h. Helvey of Camp Springs my. Mrs. Georgia Bailey funeral services for mrs. Georgia Bailey of 1305 Norfolk St. Bluefield who died monday at her Home following a Long illness will be conducted sunday at 2 . At first ame Zion Church in Bluefield with Rev. H. L. Hall Rev. J. L. Mcclain and Rev. J. J. Howard officiating. Burial will follow in rest Awn memorial estates on Littlesburg Road. Born in Livingston ala., she was a daughter of the late Estella Gaines Foster and l. T. Foster. She had been a resident of Bluefield for the past 25 years and was a member of the first ame Zion Church. She also was a member of the missionary society of the Church and director of the senior choir. Survivors include her husband Jasper Bailey two sons. K. V. Foster and John Bailey of Brooklyn n. Y. Two daughters mrs. Sabra Williams of Brooklyn and miss Rosalind Bailey of the Home Seq a grandchildren and five great grandchildren. Pallbearers John Williamson William White Junior Davis Glen Morton Robert Hartwell and w Illiam Jones. Honorary pallbearers George Cooper Sinclair Spicer Oakdell Hayes Robert Pugh and David Simms. Members of the Church choir and missionary society will carry Flowers. Friends May Call at Lugo a funeral service in Bluefield today from 5 to 9 . The body will be taken to the Church one hour prior to services. Mrs. John r. Wheeler or. John r. Wheeler 68. Of Rock died Friday morning in a Bluefield Hospital after a Long illness. Bom in Hopkinsville. Ky., she was a daughter of the late j. W. And Mary Ellen Knight Culwell. She was the former Bertha Mae Culwell. Surviving Are her husband two daughters mrs. Mary chess of Lima Ohio and mrs. Oma l. Patrick of Defiance Ohio one brother Andrew Culwell of White House Tenn. Five Sisters mrs. Clara Potts of Columbia Tenn., mrs. Virginia of Seal and mrs. Ethel Hope and mrs. Lula Eli of Nashville. Tenn., and mrs. Delia Williams of Madison Tenn. She was a member of the Wesley Chanel methodist Church. Funeral services will be conducted sunday at 2 . At the Wesley Chapel methodist Church in Rock with Rev. Ray Williams Rev. Arnold Akers officiating. Burial will be in the Church cemetery. Friends May Call at Bailey funeral Home in Princeton from 4 to 9 30 . Today. Elsie Faye Wilburn Elsie Faye Wilburn 70. Of Wilburn a Valley va., died thursday morning in a Pearisburg va., Hospital following a Long illness. She was a daughter of the late Mary Bowles and William eat i Ley Wilburn. She was preceded in death by her husband Thomas skid j More Wilburn. Survivors include two sons Harvey g. Wilburn of Narrows va., and Robert p. Wilburn of i Pearisburg and one sister mrs. Bui Johnson of Pearisburg. Funeral services will be con j ducted sunday at 2 . In i Providence United Metho dust Church of Wilburn Valley with Rev. Dehart officiating. Burial will follow in Wilburn family cemetery. Friends May Call at riffed a funeral Home in Narrows after 2 . Saturday. Miss Dorothy Roberts funeral services for miss Dorothy Roberts of 301 Church St., Bluefield who died tuesday morning at her Home after a Brief illness will be conducted sunday at 2 . At Sinkford and Richardson funeral Home in Bluefield with or. A. L. Polk officiating. Burial will follow in Oak Grove cemetery. Born in Pocahontas. Va., she was a daughter of mrs. Mollie Clemons James and the late Haywood Roberts. A resident of Bluefield for the past 50 years she was a member of Edwards memorial presbyterian Church and was a retired employee of Franklin dry cleaners. In addition to her Mother survivors include four Sisters. Mrs. Delora Daniels of Williamson miss Eloise Clemons of Bluefield mrs. Elizabeth Avery of Washington. Pa., and mrs. Madeline finn of Compton Calif. Pallbearers will he Percy Ruffin George Watkins. Douglas Carter Percy Buford Maurice Cawthorne and Marion Sally. Members of the coquette club will carry Flowers. Friends May Call at the funeral Home after 5 . Today. Junious Cannaday funeral services for Junious Cannaday of Brooklyn n. Y. Formerly of Keystone who died sunday morning in a Brooklyn Hospital after a Brief illness will be conducted sunday at i . At it. Chapel Baptist Church in Keystone with Rev. David Smith officiating. Burial will follow in the Oak Grove cemetery at Bluewell. He was a son of the late Abraham and Eliza Woody Cannaday and has been a resident of Brooklyn for the past 12 years. Surviving Are his widow mrs. Ida Bell Cannaday one son Michael James Cannaday of Brooklyn two step sons Gregg Johnson and James Abner of Brooklyn two Brothers Golden Cannaday of Brooklyn and Thomas Cannaday of Keystone one sister mrs. Ellen Scott of Keystone and two grandchildren. Members of the missionary society will carry Flowers. Pallbearers will be Ernest West George Harris and deacons Steve gravely James Neal Mose Jennings and James Thompson. Friends May Call at Sinkford and Richardson funeral Home in Keystone after 5 . Today. Crabtree infant Dwight Crabtree infant son of Douglas Mcarthur and Cecil Ann Stevens Crabtree of it. 2, Cleveland. Va., died Friday evening in a Lebanon. Va., Hospital shortly after birth. In addition to his parents survivors include his paternal grandmother mrs. Ollie Presley of Clinchfield a. Paternal great grandmother mrs. Walker Crabtree of it. 2. Cleveland maternal grandparents or. And mrs. Edgar Stevens of Tannersville. A. Maternal great Grandfather. Robert Stevens of Cleveland. A. Graveside services will be conducted today at 2 . At Crabtree cemetery on Sandy Ridge with Rev. Cecil Musick officiating. Honaker funeral Home in Honaker va., is in charge of arrangements. Mrs. Elizabeth n. Salyers mrs. Elizabeth Nancy Salyers. 17, of War died shortly after admission to a Welch Hospital Early Friday morning. Funeral arrangements were incomplete at Douglas mortuary in Welch. A speeder gets jail sentence a Matoaka youth who apparently has a reputation As a a speeder Quot and a reckless was Given the maximum jail sentence Friday in Mercer county intermediate court on a speeding charge. Judge Howard m. Jarrett sentenced Larry a. Young la to ten Days in the county jail. Young a working Coal Miner is to spend the sentence two Days at a time Over the next five weekends. In open court Friday t h judge told the Man that he has a reputation for paying f i n e a levied in connection with traffic Law violations against him. It does t seem to do him any Good Tho judge said. Young who was arrested and fined earlier this year on a reckless driving offence by a local Justice of the peace appealed the conviction to Jarrett a court. He was represented by Randall Ventri a Princeton attorney. The judge apparently determined that Youngs actions merited the maximum punishment. He based his decision on background investigation made by Ernest six the county probation officer. According to six report which the judge read to the defendant in court. Young has a reputation As a speeder and reckless Driver in Matoaka. The judge told the youth that his driving habits has been brought to the attention of the Matoaka town Council. One person whom the judge did not identify said a a in a afraid he a going to kill himself or others if this j. W. Childers a state police officer was the arresting officer in the Case charging Young with doing 75 or 80 Miles per hour on a Rural Road. Ills a Quot a mines Deputy is appointed Washington a the Interior department announced Friday the appointment of Thomas a. Honrie As Deputy director of the . Bureau of mines with responsibility for Mineral resources and environmental development. Hynric 47. Is a career employee who joined the Bureau in 1958 from the Union Carbide metals co. Since 1966. He has been research director of the bureaus metallurgy research Center at Reno Nev. Of we Stow Tow Imp Mthm Ulm Tomato Mew Lwft in unto of a apr to a net led in Tad a a a a a toed Fini if i e3 i a a. National outlooks Snow flurries Are forecast for new England with Snow for Northern new Mexico and Southern Colorado. Rain or showers is expected in Florida and parts of new Mexico and Texas. A wire photo women escapees Given terms during court Here funerals Constantino. Annie Maria 75, of Northfork today at to a in. In Powhatan s a c r e d heart Catholic Church with special jury continued from Page one bodily injury had they not done a they Are not subject to criminal prosecution under the Laws of this state for any death or injury resulting therefrom a it added. During the period immediately before the shooting the jury said several guardsmen a were knocked to the ground or to their Knees by the Force of the objects thrown at the jury also criticized University policy a to routinely Grant official recognition to every group that makes application. The few conditions that have been imposed Are meaningless. Criticism also was International party for some of aimed at a a hippies a the youth its Campus rallies. Irate continued from Page one said but the route is a Long one. Daugherty said Moore told him during the meeting at the mansion that District engineers from the Highway department would be in the area monday to Check on the Coon Branch Road a which is the Shorter route and which parents prefer. But he added a i wont be sat father Seamus Mcguire of isfried until i see pm do some Ficia Ting. Burial will follow in Woodlawn memorial gardens. I hopeful that they will fix Bluewell. Pallbearers will be the Road up Coon Branch. Frank James Nicky Louie our visit just might result Sammy Joe and Joe John Constantino Willie and Bobby Charles Tony Garbac and Paul Peters. In something a Daugherty said. His brother Jackie described the Coon Branch Road As a a death trap for Walker. Mrs. Oma. 68, of hairy infant Clark Percilla Ann Clark five month old daughter of or. And mrs. David f. Clark of Ballard died Friday at her Home. In addition to her parents i survivors include one sister j Kimberly Mae Clark of the Home maternal grandparents or and mrs. George main of Hanover Penn and paternal grandparents or. And mrs. Hobart Clark of Ballard. Funeral services will be con a arrangements were j ducted today at 3 . In a Complete at Grubb funeral Broyles funeral Chapel be i a girl Horr w Wytheville. In lieu of Ter town. With Rev. L. Crews Flowers the family requests do officiating. Burial will follow in dvrs Sta St above a nations be made to Wytheville Clark cemetery near Narrows Telephone main 1 Community Hospital a. Bluefield daily Telegraph h. Helvey of Clarkston in Henry g Helvey jr., of re a or in by the daily Teit re pm Putin Roanoke va., John s. Helvey of 247014memrer,o? is Donatin Huntington and Wayne w. Hel u we us a Ratchet credited to this Miner and Alae Ter mrs. A r. Shrader of Hun the local acus Oulu abcs therein. A destruction rates try Carrier Dally and sunday my Are tin ton. Funeral Lashmeet today at 2 . At Rich Creek primitive Baptist Church at Lashmeet with elder Millard Crotty officiating. Burial will follow in i. Olivet cemetery. Pallbearers will be grandsons and ladies of the Church will carry Flowers. Bailey funeral Home in Princeton is in charge of arrangements. Hartwell. Charlie 77, of Montcalm today at i . In Cravens a Shires funeral Chapel Bluewell with Rev. Paul Hall officiating. Burial will follow in shillings cemetery on Browning Lambert Mountain pallbearers will be Clyde Cardwell Albert of Don Nel Robert Lemuel and Danny Vaughn Johnny Carrico d. Blevins and j o h n Watkins. Continued from Page one a Tufty haired Buren for resembling a Koala Bear or a Bushy haired Justice Oliver Wendell Holmes for resembling a a Cross Between a Moose a Yak and an european Aouad Quot the petition included pictures of Buren Holmes and Lee and five other men of history with the hairy look. The youth had been brought to juvenile court on a charge of violating the curfew terms of his probation. He was returned to court on sept. 24 and the charge dropped but he was ordered to jail because his hair was not Cut As the judge had directed in the first appearance he is now free pending his Appeal hearing on oct. 26. The juvenile s name was not Given out. By Jim Calfee Federal judge Sidney l. Christie apparently determined to put a Slop to Jailbreak at the Federal reformatory for women at Alderson told a dozen escapees Friday that breaking out of prison is a bad a the sooner they get it through their Heads the better off they re going to be a the judge said in his Bluefield based District court during the sentencing of one of the dozen. A this court simply is not going to condone these escapes. If you think you can Wear it out you re mistaken a he told another Escapee. He added that he had All the time in the world to try Jai Breakers. Half of the dozen escapees who previously had entered guilty pleas on Federal charges of breaking jail were Given 18-month sentences which Are to be served in addition to the sentences they were in jail on. Sentenced were Diana l. Deffenbaugh. Letha f. Obenberger Delores Owensby Della Mccutchon Geraldine g. Moore and Virginia g. Pettie. Lighter sentences were Given other escapees All of which pleaded guilty to the charge. Gail k. Peterson who informed the judge she did no to want her baby to be born in a Federal prison and who was confined at Alderson on a a study originating out of a Federal court at Baltimore md., 1$ expected to be returned there. The defendants Case was continued generally by judge Christie who indicated disposition of her Case in connection with her escape from Alderson two Days after her arrival there would hinge on the Maryland a judges action. Monika Ann Mcgourty. A native of Germany who married an unidentified major in the armed services and came to his country told the judge she wanted to be sentenced so that she would not be deported. Judge Christie gave her what she wanted he said six More months on her sentence at Alderson which resulted from a forgery conviction. She told the judge she did no to want to leave this country a without seeing that my children Are taken care she said. A my children have a right to this another Escapee who could have temporarily a gotten away if she had not gone Back to the prison authorities to seek assistance for a fellow Escapee who broke her ankle when climbing the prison Fence was sentenced to 12 additional months at Alderson. Judge Christie told Eunice e. Ashkettle that her actions to help another human being was a Good trait. He said he normally sentences escapees to 18 months. Connie m. Deland the Escapee who broke her ankle appeared in court on crutches the judge sentenced her to 12 More months at Alderson also. Two other escapes both reported to be 18 years of age received six month sentences. Linda Dell Madden and Brenda g. Radford their attorney said were Young and inexperienced j with the ways of the world. The Radford girl told the judge a a in a sorry now that i she had been in prison for three months before she broke out. Another 18-year-old youth who said yesterday was her birthday was Given an 18 month sentence. She had a Long criminal record. The escapees gave the judge several reasons Why they escaped. One said a i did no to feel i had anything to lose a another one who said she escaped to help her daughter and grandchildren was told by the judge Quot that a not Good the Mccutcheon woman told the judge the reason she escaped was to sek medical attention for what she thought might be cancer of the Mouth. So said she saw a medical doctor and he told her she lacked certain vitamins. Judge Christie said a i m go ing to Slop that business of escaping Over there. It s with that he sentenced her to 18 months. He told another Escapee whom he sentenced to 18 months that according to one report he had she was involved in a plot to do physical harm to an employee at Alderson. Four persons All men were put on probation by the judge Friday on charges involving Moon shining and theft. A Bluefield Man was placed on three years probation on a charge of a taking Money from the u. S. James k. Helton who told the judge he was married had four children and presently was holding two jobs was ordered to repay the Money he had taken. It appeared that he had repaid some of it before he appeared in court. Helton told the judge a i know what i did was three other men were All placed on probation for three year periods on charges of making Moonshine whiskey. They were Madison Lane 23, William k. Bailey and Raymond Brewster. It was their first offence. In the Marshall g. West Case the judge overruled a motion for a new trial and he was committed to 18 months. He will begin serving his sentence oct. 27 unless he appeals. In the same Case David w. George was committed to 18 months which will begin oct. 27 unless the Case is appealed. Georges motion for a new trial was also denied. Margaret Charlotte Smith was indicted on two counts of Selling whiskey and was fined $250. Her sentence was suspended but she is required to pay the Fine within 30 Days. She will serve three years probation on each count to run concurrently. Her husband Louis David Smith charge of embezzlement was whiskey was also fined $250 to be paid within 30 Days. He was placed on probation for three years. Cheryl Joyce Meador who previously pleaded guilty to two of a five count indictment on a charge of embezzlement was fined $500 to be paid within to Days. She was reportedly a bookkeeper at the Mcdowell county Community action program Federal credit Union where she embezzled funds. Meet set to hear motions a preliminary meeting with attorneys and judge Glen Phillips of Buchanan county to hear motions for a trial Date for Charles Edward Jarrell charged in the shooting death of Bland county judge Pierce g. Negley will be held oct. 23 in Bland a. Judge Phillips speculates that a motion for a change of venue trial in another location will be requested at the 10 30 . Meeting. He added that a future trial Date will probably be set at that time. A if i do Grant a change of venue a the judge said a it h e trial will go out to another Section of the a change of venue would mean that Jarrells trial would be moved from the circuit of Bland Giles and Tazewell counties presided Over by judge Virgil Sexton to another three a county circuit. Jarrell who has been lodged in the Wythe county jail since april 8. Apparently entered the office of judge Negley in the Bland county courthouse april i. Three .22 Caliper gunshots were fired two of which hit the judge. Negley died in route to a Bluefield Hospital. Reporters scheme spurs demand for tighter Security Washington apr government Security guards received fresh orders Friday to inspect All briefcases and packages carried into Federal buildings a regardless of How innocent the person carrying them looks. The new general services administration directive came after a bearded associated press reporter carrying a shabby yellow Box strolled into eight government buildings including the Capitol and Pentagon without being stopped. On monday saying it was tightening Security because of terrorist bombings the Cha had told building guards to a deny Entrance to anyone carrying suspicious packages unless they voluntarily submit the package for but in his later tour of nine government buildings the a reporter was stopped Only once a at the supreme court. There a guard blocked an Entrance until he inspected the Box. There Wasny to even a guard at the Pentagon Entrance thursday. And the reporter strolled by the offices of Secretary of defense Melvin r. Laird and the joint chiefs of staff without anyone asking to inspect the Box. A Gas spokesman said Friday that guards apparently misunderstood the monday directive. A apparently there was a judgmental Factor involved that allowed guards if a person was not suspicious looking to make a decision whether to let them through. A a we re making it Clear today. We Are saying. That regardless of How innocent a person looks if they Are carrying a briefcase or a package they will be asked to open Mcdowell Man has Accident a Mcdowell county Man was treated and released from the Bluefield sanitarium thursday afternoon after he apparently stumbled and fell through a Glass door at the Mercer county Airport. Albert Martin around 60 years old of Maybeury told officials at the Airport that he did not know what caused him to fall As he was going through the door. He received stitches in his head and leg an Airport official stated. The Bluefield Rescue squad answered the Call by the Airport about 3 . Refugees continued from Page one ians were forced out by the jews Many observers believe the truth lies in the simple possibility Fiat arabs living peacefully in Palestine became frightened during the 1948 fighting and fled for their lives a Normal reaction. About 200,000 of the arabs living in the area refused to run. And when the 1948 War ended they chose to live within Israel a As citizens not refugees. They now have grown to some 301.000 and maintain their own political parties Ami elect members to is rarely a parliament. Israel has Over the years allowed 40.000 arabs who wanted to return to do so but the israelis Are naturally reluctant to open the Border for unlimited return of palestinian refugees. Elect Wade h. Jim Ballard Tom state Senate a thought for today to arrive at your goo ii a a a ital la patience. Patience la bitter but its fruit is Sweet. A Rousseau Nunno As a runic lurid a or pay or. Princeton Bank 4 Trust co

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