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Bluefield Daily Telegraph (Newspaper) - October 30, 1965, Bluefield, West Virginia Z slut Field daily Tal graph saturday oct. 30, 1965 x pub Theiu a a Quot h remedial safety program urged at Road conference in Shawsr Mimi Snow forecast pow trim e3 figure show High temperature in ported for daytime saturday net in dual a cantus level Lor Otott of Ather him a k a a few Shower Are expected today to the Northern appalachians with scattered showers from North Pacific states into the Northern Rockies. Mild temperatures Are forecast for most of the Mississippi Valley and lakes area and Slickly higher temperatures Are predicted for the northeastern a wire photo map states. Council okays key document Vatican City it a it the Vatican ecumenical Council voted final approval Friday of a key theological document that could be crucial for improving roman Catholic protestant. Church relations. It deals with divine revelation and upholds modern Bible research. Three years ago a disputed Point in the documents original version set off the first clash Between progressives and conservatives openly revealing the existence of two major forces in the Catholic hierarch. Lith completed Friday a revised version a leaving the main disputed question aside a won acceptance by a vote of 2.081 a 27. The divine revelation schema now awaits promulgation As a Conciliar decree. It is the Lith completed document out of 16 on the Agenda. The storms that have swirled around this document touched off some of the most fundamental differences dividing catholics and protestants. In the original version conservative Bishops insisted on strongly emphasizing a Long held cathodic View that god s word is revealed in two ways through scripture and through tradition or the total of Catholic doctrine developed Over centuries. Exaggerated Many protestants regard the emphasis on tradition As exaggerated. Considering that More emphasis should be placed on scripture. A growing number of progressive Catholic prelates share a View with Many protestants that above All there should be More scientific biblical research employing new advances in history philosophy archaeology and anthropology. Such research has been opposed by Catholic conservatives contend that everything is already known about the Bible. In the face of the differences that split the Council in 1962 Over the divine revelation document Pope John Xxiii ordered it rewritten. The final version approved Friday is entitled Quot divine revelation Quot and avoids the question of one source or two sources. The document says that scripture and tradition Are to be accepted and respected equally explaining that the Catholic Church acquires certitude about revealed truths through scripture and tradition together. It upholds biblical research. 4------- Tazewell a teens to trick or treat weather by the associated press High Low or. Albany dear 46 27 Albuquerque dear 67 47 Atlanta dear 60 43 Bismarck Cloudy 67 41 Bluefield Clear 51 35 Boise Cloudy 70 41 Boston Clear 44 32 Buffalo Clear 42 20 Chicago Clear 54 .36 Cincinnati dear 40 27 Cleveland dear 45 25 Denver Cloudy 69 34 Des Moines Cloudy 65 35 Detroit Clear 47 24 Fairbanks dear 18 14 .08 fort Worth dear 75 45 Helena Cloudy 62 38 Honolulu Cloudy 84 68 .07 Indianapolis dear 53 26 Jacksonville rain 71 50 t Juneau rain 46 41 .07 Kansas City dear 70 38 los Angeles Clear 91 63 Louisville dear 54 30 ,. Memphis dear 65 38 Miami Cloudy 79 70 a. Milwaukee Clear 53 25 .p., Cloudy 64 .76. A new Orleans Clear 74 47.new York Clear 49 32 okla. City dear 72 49 Omaha Cloudy 72 41 ,. Philadelphia dear 45 30, Phoenix dear 92 52 a a Pittsburgh Clear 41 16, a tend me., dear 42 31 a tend Ore., Cloudy 55 46, rapid City dear 69 41, Richmond dear 50 28 St. Louis Clear 60 30, Salt la. City Cloudy to 37 san Diego dear 84 57 san Fram. Clear 78 60 Seattle dear 61 46tampa Clear 80 63 ,. Washington dear 49 30, Winnipeg Cloudy 64 46 errant shells kill 6 soldiers Saigon. South Viet Nam it shells fired by a supporting artillery unit killed six paratroopers and wounded three of the . 101st airborne division in a drive thursday against the Viet Cong a military spokesman disclosed Friday. In the air War. American authorities in effect wrote off a Navy be crusader Jet that was Blawn out of the sky on a bombing Mission 60 Miles Southwest of Hanoi wednesday As the sixth . Plane to fail victim of North Viet Nam s soviet supplied missiles. A strike by b52 Jet bombers from Guam headed a Day of to Trace better Access control needed Lexington. A. A a Call for a legislative safety re i medial program was sounded j Friday at the final session of the 19th annual Virjinia Highway conference by Del w. Daniel of Danville speaking at a panel discussion at the Virginia military Institute Darnel called for a legislative program to improve the safety features of the states highways. A we must initiate a Keg Range program and provide the funds sufficient to meet that program and the safety standards that Are needed on our highways a a be said. He also cited the need for stepped Urban programs and better Access control on main Road especially in the arterial system. Daniel notated out a number of objectives of a Long Range program they included stable shoulders roads removal of fixed objects adequate separation of lanes and of roads from drainage ditches removal of reconstruction of poor and dangerous curves and underpasses better marking of Center lanes and Road edges and Road edges and the reconstruction of old roads in the arterial system priority system Quot a these items will cos Money and require funds so some Type of priority system must be established to Aid in the accomplishments of the objectives a be said. All the panel members agreed that safety factors must be of prime consideration in the Highway systems a primary and secondary roads Urban and Rural. Quot engineers continue to design Dean dinner the Dean co., which broke ground for a new Plant in Princeton thursday a Host at a dinner Friday evening at the Bluefield country club. Shown above Are. Left to right Tom York a log buyer for Dean w. Gillespie jr., division manager of the appalachian Power co. Mayor Odell Huffman of Princeton Grady Goldstone. Dean sales manager e. G. Otey. President of the first National Bank Essie Bailey president of the Princeton Bank and Trust co. Eddie Horton. Dean Plant manager g. H. Lawhead president of the Flat top Bank ted Connelly Dean president Ira Smith president of the Bluefield a Princeton Industrial foundation and James Vaughan Plant manager for Deans establishment in Eugene Ore. Intensive Aerial action against safety features into highways the Tazewell va., High school a teens will sponsor the annual Unicof drive in Tazewell saturday night. About 45 teenagers Are expected to be trick or treating for monetary donations in the drive which is organized by the United nations. Those girls making the rounds will be i d e n t i f i e d by the Unicof Seal on the collection Cartons. Wesleyan guilds meeting changed members of the Wesleyan service Guild of the first methodist Church will hold their regular meeting nov. 8. The lesson was originally scheduled for nov i. The meeting Date has been changed because of the revival senders scheduled at the first methodist Church from oct. 31 i through nov. 5. All Guild members Are invited to attend the revival services. Bluefield daily Telegraph established 19. Published every morning try the daily Telegraph print co. 411 Bland Street Bluefield. W. A seem seb or Thi associated press which ii exclusively entitled to Ute Nae of publication of ail news dispatches credited to thin paper and also the local news published therein. Subscription rates by Carrier Dally and sunday 80c per week. By mail in first and second loner and All of West Virginia $26.00 per year. Rates to other Sones furnished of application. Member audit Bureau Al circulation. Advertising representative a Tbs rata German court convicts wife Ramberg Germany it a the polio stricken wife of a . Army Soldier was convicted by a Gorman court Friday of attempted murder in the shooting of her he mind. A Margaret Henry 36, of Berkeley Springs w. Va., was sentenced to two years in prison following the three Day trial. Her husband spec 5 Lester w. Henry. 34, testified in his wife a defense. Henry was shot March 7 while sleeping in their apartment at lip Pendorf near Here. The shot was fired from a revolver he had Given his wife As a present Henry testified he believed the revolver was fired accidentally but the court ruled mrs. Henry intended to kill him because of an affair he supposedly had with a German girl. The court said mrs. Henry believed her husband was going to desert her because her illness made her no Loaner attractive enough for him. Mrs. Henry had contacted Polk at age three and the disease caused her right leg to be Shorter than the left. She was admitted to the army Hospital in Nuernberg oct. 9 for surgical evaluation. The court ordered her prison term staved Quot for the time being to permit her to return to the Hospital. Fox Squirrel turns out to be Friend Fairmont . A Ray Blake and Clarence Knotts close friends went Squirrel Hunting recently. Knotts told a game Warden that while Hunting in Quot open country he glanced around Quot saw something that looked like a Fox Squirrel and blasted the Quot things turned out to be Blake full of Buckshot. Doctors say he will recover. Missionary Day planned for sunday the Viet Cong. The target of the r52s was a suspected guerrilla storage area 45 Miles Northwest of Saigon. A scheduled Check of the area by Viet namese troops was called off because of bad weather. 230 combat sorties briefing officers said a total of 230 combat sorties were flown across South Viet Nam in the 24-hour period ending at 6 . The artillery incident developed during an operation in the song am River Basin 12 Miles Northwest of qui Nhon a port on the South China sea. Helicopter borne units of the 101st had killed 37 Viet Cong and wore trying to Root out the rest of a red detachment whose fire has caused american pilots to dub the area Quot sniper the spokesman said the six paratroopers who were killed and the three wounded we Ere members of a squad that inadvertently moved into the artillery a line of fire. He did not have the identity of the artillery unit. Only . Forces were assigned to the operation he said but he did not Rule out the possibility that vietnamese gun batteries might have been used to support the drive. Mobile missile a Long Hunt Over North Viet Nam for the Pilot of the Navy crusader was abandoned at dusk and a spokesman said it was presumed a surface to air missile fired from a Mobile installation was responsible for destruction of the plane. The defense department in Washington reported thursday the probable loss of the plane to a missile. Saigon authorities had remained silent on the details until forced to list the Pilot As missing. Portable missile complexes have posed a threat to planes on missions Over North Viet Nam since the first Jet was brought Down by a missile july 24. These complexes can be erected and dismantled within 24 hours. In addition intelligence agents say at least 30 fixed bases ring Hanoi the capital. And the key port of Haiphong. The staffs Are presumed to include soviet technicians. Sites attacked . Planes have staged several attacks on missile Sites. A flight of . Navy aircraft smashed one 52 Miles Northeast of Hanoi two weeks ago. The North vietnamese depend mostly on conventional weapons ranging from Standard antiaircraft batteries Down to pistols. These have accounted for the vast majority of about i to planes downed since . And South vietnamese squadrons began raids North of the Border feb. 7. Rev. Cook to Lead Bluewell revival Rev. Fred c. Cook pastor of the East River circuit will be the speaker at a revival at Bluewell methodist Church nov 7 through nov. 20. In addition to the services prayer services will be held each Day at to . In the Church. Visitation teams will be going out starting nov. I. But the Driver takes advantage of these. Despite a greater number of safety features the margin of safety still does not increase in proportion a said Elmer c. Tim by of new York. A consulting Engineer. Burton w. Marsh director of the aaa foundation for traffic safety emphasized this Point when he noted that the Accident rate on the nation s highways increases faster than the traffic rate. Road beautification was cited As an Aid to safety and As a partial solution to the Monotony of some systems. Creative Art a. Meade Palmer of Warrenton. A member of the Virginia outdoor recreation study com Mission noted that Highway construction should be creative Art Quot All the elements of creative Art Are present Here and Beauty should be an integral part of the construction not an afterthought Quot he said. Mrs. Albert r. Lower of Richmond president of the associated clubs of Virginia for Roadside development noted that the organization represents 85,000 we men Iii the 4s a Quot Ric Eilet in Roadside development. Quot our Roadside Are the front Yard of Virginia and should be maintained in the some manner we keep our own 3 testify for state trooper Harrisville. A a. three More character witnesses testified on behalf of Sta a trooper w a. Steffick Here Friday at Steffick a trial on a manslaughter charge. The three were allowed to interrupt prosecution testimony. They were circuit court judge h. G. Muntzing of Moorefield a. L. Roush a former state do lice lieutenant who was stationed with Steffick at Elkins and James Colombo of Clarksburg a former neighbor of Steffick. Steffick is accused of shooting to death 21-year old Darold Swisher of Macfarlan. Ritchie county As the two struggled in the South Fork of the Hughes River. Steffick said Swisher and a companion ran from the scene As the officer stopped to investigate a car without a License. Prosecution witnesses testifying Friday were Delbert tingler of Macfarlan identified As Swisher a companion state police . H. E. Durst in charge of the Harrisville detachment and Ritchie county sheriff c. A Robinson who was with Steffick at the time of the shooting. Prosecutor Dewey Wass said the state probably would end its Case saturday. A it. A Virginia Tennessee sign fishing pact fraud charged in insurance Minneapolis. Minn it a Chicago based group of insurance executives and the min Mesita state insurance commissioner were named Friday in what a Federal grand jury called a $4-million fraud Case. The Case was linked to the financial failure of a High risk Auto insurance firm with Headquarters in St. Paul. Phillip Kitzer sr., 68, Chicago commissioner Cyrus e. Magnusson 61, and 15 other men were named in one count charging conspiracy and to counts of fraud by mail Telegram and financial statements. Magnus son denied any wrongdoing. American Allied the jury s probe which began during the summer entered on american Allied insurance co. Of St. Paul. On aug. 4, the firm was declared insolvent with $1,249,925 in debts and actual assets far under what it claimed. The liquidation Case was initiated in Ramsey county District court by the stale attorney general a office. American Allied with More than 100,000 policy holders in 32 states specialized in insuring High risk Auto Drivers with poor driving records. The grand jury said that firm and 14 others listed in the indictment were owned operated and controlled by Kitzer and his sons Phillip Kitzer jr., 32, and Joseph f. Kitzer 28. The kit Zers Combine siphoned off some $4 million in Premium Money it was charged. Other states it was alleged the conspiracy and fraud were carried out from aug. I 1961, to the present. In addition to Minnesota and Illinois defendants were named in new York Pennsylvania and Wisconsin. The grand jury said the defendants Quot by false and fraudulent pretences representations and promises Quot represented american Allied to be a financially sound company w Hen it was not. Thousands of policy holders paid american Allied for insurance and reinsurance with the Kinzers and their companies getting about $4 million in Premium Money the indictment charged. It added that funds were manipulated through surplus notes management fees commissions Cash withdrawals and transfers of funds. The jury also charged it was part of the Quot scheme and artifice to defraud when Magnusson wrote a letter dated May 22, 1965, designed to assure that american Allied was a solvent firm. It was distributed to Minnesota insurance agents. Magnusson wrote the letter to counteract rumours and bad publicity about the company. He said his department had not found american Allied to be financially impaired nor could he see any reason Why it should not continue to do business the jury said. The commissioner issued a statement later Friday saying he had not seen a copy of the indictment but he had done no wrong. Deaths and funerals mrs. Elvie Underwood mrs. Elvlee keen Underwood 43, of Whitewood va., died in a Richlands Hospital thursday a Foht. Survivors include her husband Wallace Underwood three sons Eursel Underwood of Roanoke va., Ellis and Darrell Underwood of the Home four daughters. Mrs. Delores Clark of we Heywood va., Stella Alta and Judy Mae Underwood of the Home her parents. Or. And mrs. Whitten keen of Whitewood her maternal Grandfather. Frank Church of Pilgrim Knob a. Nine Sisters. Mrs. Anna Belle keen of Tazewell va., mrs. Stella Compton of Pilgrim Knob Ruth and Yvonne keen of Whitewood mrs. Tessie Dunford of Lakeland fla., mrs. Lay Oma Darr of mount Vernon Ohio mrs. Louemma Payne of Tazewell three Brothers. Perry and Ralph keen of Whitewood Junior keen of Pilgrim Knob one grandchild. Funeral services will be conducted sunday at la . At the residence of her father Whitten keen with Rev. Grat Horton officiating. Burial will follow in Mullins cemetery of Compton Mountain a. The body was taken from Farmers funeral Home in Richlands to the residence of her father Friday afternoon. Mrs. Dollie Mathena funeral services for mrs. Dol lie Mathena 69, of Boissevain va., will be conducted sunday at im. In the Pocahontas Union funeral Home Chapel with Rev. Ted Cook officiating. Burial will follow in the Phipps cemetery of Boissevain. Friends May Call at the funeral Home after noon saturday. Grandsons will be pallbearers and granddaughters will carry Flowers. Born in Floyd county va., she was a daughter of the late Giles m. And Minnie Goard Gardner. She died at 2 45 . Thursday. Her husband William Estel Mathena preceded her in death in 1960. Survivors include four sons Elwood Phipps of levittown., Stanley and Arthur Phipps of King n. C., Mark Phipps of Boissevain three daughters mrs. Edith Wells of Washington Grove md., mrs. Nellie Sangid of Bristol tenn., mrs. Helen Hess of Bluefield a. Three Sisters. Mrs. Nancy goad and mrs. Eddie goad of Roanoke the former Ida Gardner of Roanoke 55 grandchildren and 47 great grandchildren. General missionary Day will a in i a be observed at Scott Street Bap voitistlonw03iisl u3y fist Church Bluefield sunday at la . The missionary society will be in charge of the services. Mrs. J a Howard of Keystone will be the guest speaker with the senior and Young adult choirs furnishing the music. Charlottesville va., a Ltd gov. Harrison state and Federal legislators and state and local officials Are expected for the annual Commonwealth Day at the University of Virginia saturday. Bristol a. Tenn. an historic agreement Between the states of Virginia and Tennessee was signed Friday afternoon aboard a boat on South Holston Lake which lies partially in upper Bart Tennessee and in Southwest Virginia. A reciprocal Ashine agreement covering South Holston Lake was signed by fish commission exe olives of Virginia and Tennessee aboard the boat resting in the water at a Point in the Lake where the Boundary Between the two states cuts through the body of water. Smokeless output hikes 15,000 tons a 15,533-ton increase Over production for the previous week has been reported by mines from the smokeless operators Assn. The output Tor the week ending oct. 23 was 548,015 tons. The 1965 smokeless production is 5.1 per cent ahead of production for the corresponding period of 1964 and represents 4.8 per cent of the u. S. Bituminous Coal production. Norfolk and Western railway car loadings each car representing 50 tons of Coal totalled 29,049 for the same week Down 1.052 cars from the week prior Chesapeake and Ohio railway loadings totalled 22.244 ears Down 257 cars from the week prior. Thus far in 1965 t h a amp a has transported 1,105,406 cars of Coal and the c amp 0 Lias transported 829.515 50 ton cars of Coal. Mrs. Jamie Whatley mrs. Jamie Mcglothlin Whatley 38. A former resident of Colwood va., died Early thursday morning at her Home Chesapeake va., after a Brief illness. Born in Tazewell co u n t a va., she was a daughter of the late Ross and Harris Mcglothlin. Survivors include her husband Jessee Whatley of Chesapeake one daughter Kathy Whatley at Home five Sisters mrs. Pat Combs mrs. Clayton Mcglothlin both of Honaker va., m r s. James Belcher of Bristol va., mrs. Schrite Whitmore of Norfolk va., mrs. Charlie Dotson of Cleveland a. Three Broth ers Charlie Bill and Paul Mcglothlin All of Colwood. Funeral services will be con ducted at la am. Sunday in the Finney b Aorist Church in Coul Wood with Rev. James Short in charge. Burial will be in the Mcglothlin cemetery. The body will be taken from Honaker funeral Home to t h e residence of Bill Mcglothlin today where it will remain until the funeral hour. Corrine Williams funeral services for mrs Cor Rinc Williams of Switchback will be conducted sunday at 2 at Switchback memorial Baptist Church. Rev. W. Hairston will officiate and burial will follow in Oak Grove cemetery. A native of coax org ala., mrs. Williams had been a resident of Switchback the past seven years. She was the wife of Fred Williams additional survivors include one daughter mrs. Hazel Oliver of Bluefield three Sisters mrs. Margaret Gravelled of Freeman mrs. Evelyn Jeffries of Birmingham ala., and mrs. Ruth Jeffries of California three Brothers brow n Lee. Claude and Matthew Franklin of Birmingham eight grandchildren. Friends May Call at sink Ford and Richardson funeral Home of Bluefield saturday from 5m. Until Lam. The body will be taken to the Church one hour prior to the services. Pallbearers James Lawson Hubert Nowlin Otis cheat Wood William Johnson Robert Warrick and Jessie Simmons. Flower bearers mrs. Lula Cheatwood mrs. Elizabeth Hairston. Mrs. Lizzie Patterson mrs. Katie Lawson mrs. Margie Daniels and mrs. Joann Harvey. Lawrence Mitchell Lawrence e. Mitchell 69, of Bartley died thursday in the Drake hotel. Bluefield where he was employed As a clerk. Survivors include h i s wife mrs. Mattie Vandyke Mitchell five daughters mrs. Lovis Keene of Lancaster Ohio mrs. Pearl Dodson of Bon air va., mrs. May Starkovich of War mrs. Stella Cloud of Huntington Rebecca Mitchell of Bartley two sons Alden Mitchell of Bartley Corporal Lawrence e. Mitchelljr. W i t h the u. S. Army fort Sill okla. Two Brothers Noah and Owen Mitchell of Jewell Valley a. Two Sisters mrs. Ocie Snow of Galax va., and mrs. Rebecca Arnold of Jewell Valley la grandchildren and three great grandchildren. The body will be taken from the o. Douglas mortuary in Welch to the Home at 4 30. Saturday. Funeral services will be conducted there at la am. Sunday w i t h Rev. Goerge Speare and Rev. Lawrence Pruitt officiating. Burial will follow in the Mitchell family cemetery of Jewell Valley. Funeral Carl Rutherford or. Funeral services for Carl Rutherford sr., 74, of Pocahontas va., will be conducted sunday at 2m. In the Pocahontas Baptist Chapel with Rev. George Barnes officiating. Burial will follow in the Rutherford family cemetery of Pocahontas. The american Legon Post 14 will be in charge of graveside rites. The body will be moved from Pocahontas Union funeral Home to the residence at 4m. Saturday and will be taken to t h e Church one hour prior to the service. Members of the Church choir will carry Flowers. Born in Grayson county va., he was a son of the late or. And mrs. B. Yunnan Rutherford. He died at Home thursday afternoon. His wife mrs. Sally Jeffery Rutherford preceded him in death in 1941. He was a retired employee of Pocahontas fuel co. Of Pocahontas va., and a Veteran of world War i. Survivors include five sons Robert l. Rutherford of Honaker va., James Edward Rutherford of the Home Carl Rutherford or. Of Pocahontas Walter Bruce Rutherford of Cleveland Ohio Gene Rutherford of Indianapolis ind. Two daughters mrs. Mattie Pic Emo of Bridgeport. N. J., and Mary Rutherford of the Home la grandchildren. Mrs. Elsie Craft mrs. Elsie Craft. 73, of crab Orchard died at 7 30p.m. Thursday in the Home of her daughter mrs. Edith Mays of Mullens. Bom at Wolf pen she was a daughter of the late Gordon and Elizabeth Cline. Survivors include two sons Thomas Ralph Craft of crab Orchard William Gordon Craft of Sophia two other daughters mrs. Eutha Farley of slab Fork mrs. Anne Schell of Washington. D. One sister mrs. Zettie Jackson of Vallscreek 12 grandchildren and 18 great grandchildren. Funeral services will be conducted at 2m. Sunday in the Sam Foglesong Chapel with Rev. G. Eastwood officiating. Burial will follow in Morgan cemetery of Centersville. Friends May Call after noon saturday at the Fogleson Nease and Neely funeral Home of Mullens. Mrs. Thelma Helton mrs. Thelma Rachel Terry Helton. 61, of keen Mountain va., died in a Richlands Hospital Friday afternoon. Survivors include one son. Clifford Helton of keen Mountain three Sisters mrs. Ethel Soukey Rotte of Vansant va., mrs. Ernie Powell of Dayton Ohio mrs. Marie Combs of Greenwood by. Three Brothers John. Clyde and Albert Terry of Greenwood by. Five grandchildren. Funeral services will be conducted monday at la . In the Little Garden pentecostal holiness Church of Garden Creek with Rev. Grat Horton Rev. Ansel Childress and Rev. T. R. Stump officiating. Burial will follow in the Green Hills memory gardens of Claypool Hill a. The body will be taken from Farmer funeral Home in Richlands to the residence at 5m. Saturday. Virginia Carter mrs. Virginia Catherine Carter 91, of Matoaka died Friday at 11 15 . In St. Luke a Hospital of Bluefield. She was the widow of j. Carter who died in 1953. A native of Grayson county va., she was a daughter of the late Enoch and Matilda Hamm Osborne. She was a charter member of Matoaka Baptist Church. Survivors include three daughter mrs. Rosa Ridings of Bluefield mrs. Fay Jenkins of Matoaka and mrs. Flora Baldwin of Lansing n. One son. Rhoby w. Carter of Chicago 111. One sister mrs. Nannie Hurley of a. Seven grandchildren 17 great grandchildren and two great great grandchildren. The body was taken to memorial funeral directory of Princeton where friends May Call after 3m. Saturday. Other arrangements Are incomplete. Accident or suicide los Angeles a actress Marie Mcdonald a death was caused by a mixture of drugs and could have been accidental or suicidal the Coroner s office said Friday. Harris Lee Andrew 44, of Broadford. Near Saltville a sunday at 2m. At the Broadford methodist Church. Rev. A. W. Nicholson and Rev. James Greever will officiate and burial will follow at Riverside cemetery at it. 3, Saltville. Henderson funeral Home in Saltville is in charge. Boyd Rev. Lijah 57, of Davenport a. Today at la . At Ratliff Chapel Church at Davenport with Rev. Martin Kincheloe in charge. Burial in the Boyd cemetery. The Princeton Bank and Trust company a 1964-1965 Christmas club closes october 30,1965 and the 1965-1966 club starts november 15, i965. Of you want a inc few a your 1964-1965 club it will be necessary to make the Deposit on or before the closing Date. This year the Princeton Bank and Trust company is going to offer for the new clubs an attractive colonial kerosene lamp to All accounts of $1,00 a week or More

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