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Bluefield Daily Telegraph (Newspaper) - September 24, 1972, Bluefield, West Virginia Wheat Deal becomes most probed Nixon farm Issue inquiries into agriculture Complete Washington apr Tho Sale of 400 million Bushes of u. S. Wheat to the soviet Union surrounded and permeated by Complex financial detail is emerging As the most investigated farm Issue yet during the Nixon administration. Inquiries into mane vering by the agriculture department and the private Grain Trade Are completed under was or planned by perhaps half a score of governmental bodies individual members of Congress and subcommittees consumer groups and the White House itself. The Basic picture following hearings called by Hep. Graham Purcell d-tex., last week is this the soviet Union initially prompted by consumer demand for More meat poultry and Dairy products indicated Early this year it would be interested in buying More u. S. Corn and other feed Grain plus some wheat if suitable credit terms would be worked out. In april agriculture Secretary Earl l. Butz opened Trade talks with the russians in Moscow. Those talks were actually led in a technical capacity by then assistant Secretary of agriculture Clarence d. Palmby. Nothing was settled at that time Palmby told the Prucell hearing. Palmby denied during the hearing that he took any inside information or that he participated actively in negotiations with the russians on behalf of the company or in any Way cornered the Market in order to buy up wheat at lower Harvest time prices before the Market Rose in july and August. After the House subcommittee hearing during which Palmby testified for More than three hours chairman Purcell indicated that while not satisfied completely the hearings would not produce a a scandal involvement. The agriculture department however has been Slipshod in keeping tabs on the whole situation he said. But the Issue was far from dead or swept under a wheat Field Tarpaulin. Rep. Neal Smith a Iowa said he plans to reopen the . Grain Case next Winter As part of a broader look into How american Farmers fare in foreign Trade. Vice president Spiro t. Agnew entered the confused scene in Minneapolis minn., saying the Fri had been asked to probe Grain Deal allegations. The White House later said the investigation was requested by agriculture Secretary Butz. Area mines continued from Page i Runer als Dennis h. Conner Dennis ii. Conner 89, of Princeton died saturday in a Princeton Hospital following a Long illness. Born in Floyd county va., he was a son of the late w. H. And Sarah Wilson Conner. He was a retired merchant having operated a store for 42 years in the Matoaka area. He was a member of the Princeton chapter of the old guard. He is survived by his widow Addie Kingrea Conner five sons Ray and William Buck Conner both of Princeton ted Conner of Athens Arlie Conner of Kopperston and Elmer Conner of Bluefield two daughters mrs. Elmer Burnette of Princeton and mrs Ernest Mullins of Bluewell one sister mrs. Pearl Lancaster of Christiansburg a. 26 grandchildren 58 great grandchildren and one great great grandchild. Funeral services will be conducted monday at 2 . At the Bailey funeral Home Chapel in Princeton with Rev. Quentin Hughett officiating. Burial will follow in Roselawn cemetery in Princeton. P friends May Call at the funeral Home from 4 to 9 . I today. Grandsons will serve As pallbearers they Are Gerald 1 Conner Harold Conner Larry Conner Leory Conner Dale Conner Dennis h. Conner jr., Stuart Conner and Donnie Conner. Honorary pallbearers will be members of the Princeton old guard. Mrs. Georgia Ann Norman mrs. Georiga Ann Norman 87, of Dayton Ohio formerly of Cedar Bluff. Va., died Friday in a Dayton Hospital. Born in Tazewell county va., she was a daughter of the late Albert and Victoria Shepherd Holloway both Tazewell county natives. She was the widow of the late Thomas James Norman. She had been a resident of Dayton Ohio for the past 12 years. She was the sole survivor of her immediate family. Survivors include one daughter mrs. Haskel Smith of Ormand Beach Fla. One son Isaac c. Norman of Dayton with whom she made her Home and four grandchildren. Funeral services will be conducted tuesday afternoon at i . At the Hurst Scott funeral Chapel with Rev. Max Linkous officiating. Burial will follow in the Clinch Valley memorial cemetery in Richlands a. The body is at the Hurst Scott funeral Home in Richlands where the family will receive friends from 5 to 9 . Monday evening. Steel no. 14 in Mcdowell county 2.5 million cubic feet Shannon Branch mine in Mcdowell county 2.1 million cubic feet per Day u. S. Steel no. 2 mine in Mcdowell county 2.1 million cubic feet per Day. The list was compiled by the u s. Bureau of mines under the heading of a methane emissions from u. S. Coal mines and includes All mines within the United states that Emit More than 100,000 cubic feet of the deadly Gas per Day. Relatives continued from Page i mrs. Iris Smith Honaker mrs. Iris Smith Honaker 59, of Oxon Hill md., formerly of Berwind died Friday in a Washington d. C., Hospital following a Long illness. She was a widow of Clyde Honaker of Berwind and was a daughter of the late or. And mrs. John Smith of Roxobel n. She had lived in Maryland for the past 14 years and had been affiliated with the methodist Home of Washington d. C., for the past several years. She was a member of the Berwind United methodist Church. She was preceded in death by a son Donald Honaker of Huntington. Survivors include one daughter mrs. Jessie Ballance of Oxon Hill my. Two Sisters mrs. O. R. Lupton of Tucson Ariz., and mrs. S. Felton of Denver colo., four grandchildren. Funeral services were conducted saturday Wilhelm funeral Home in Suitland my. Graveside services will be conducted monday at 2 . At the Green Hills memory gardens at Claypool Hill va., with Rev. Max Linkous officiating. Hurst Scott funeral Home in Richlands va., is in charge of arrangements. Talmadge w. Murray Talmadge w. Murray 73, of i Ake Park Fla., and formerly of Welch died Friday in a Welch Hospital following a Long illness. Born in Tazewell va., he was a son of the late w. S. And Maggie Whitt Murray. He was a retired custodian formerly with Mcdowell county court where he was employed for 18 years. He was preceded in death by his wife Rose Rye Murray. Survivors include one daughter mrs. Dorothy Hylton of Lake Park Fla., one brother Fritz Murray of Radford n. Two Sisters mrs. George Spence of Welch and mrs. Charles Hammer of Detroit Mich., and one grandson. Funeral services will be conducted monday at 2 . At the gearing Whitten funeral Chapel in Welch with Rev. Or. Raymond s. Adkins officiating. Burial will follow in Roselawn cemetery on the Bluefield Princeton Road. Leave Given a Complete medical examination at the Hospital of their Choice and to do nothing to further the american War Effort in Indochina. Marianne Hamilton a passenger on the russian plane brought along a statement from the american anti War activists confirming the a expectations of the North vietnamese mrs. Hamilton a mein Ber of the roman Catholic International Assembly of christians said she Felt the pilots and their escorts would be on their Way Home soon whether Washington replies favourably to the statement or not the three prisoners were freed sept 17 at ceremonies in Hanoi attended by . Gartley smother and it. Charles wife Olga. Also included in the party from the United Stater wer it i peace activists David Dellinger and Cora Weiss co chairmen of the committee for Liaison with families of servicemen detained in Vietnam Yale University chaplain the Rev William Sloan e. Coffin and Richard Falk of Princeton University. Mrs. Geraldine pow full a mrs. Geraldine Powell 49, of Columbus Ohio formerly of Iaeger died Friday in 1 Columbus after a Short illness. Born in Mcdowell county she was a daughter of the late or. And mrs. Green Blankenship. Survivors include her husband Robert Powell two sons Roger and Jerry Powell of Detroit Mich. Two daughters mrs. Ruth Davidson of Detroit arum Melody Powell of the Home two Sisters mrs. Gertrude Baldwin of Welch i Wille Bottomley Charlotte Fla. Grandchildren. Funeral services will be conducted monday at i . At fanning funeral Home Chapel in Iaeger. Burial will follow in Powell cemetery on Coon Branch Mountain near Iaeger. Friends will serve As pallbearers. Friends May Call at the funeral Home today from 5 to 9 . The Louise Meadows Thelma Louise Meadows 60, of Camp Creek died saturday in a Bluefield Hospital following a Long illness. Born in Fayette county she was a daughter of the late Walter and Janey Malcolm egg she is survived by her husband John Al vie Meadows three sons Curtis Meadows of Manassas va., Carl Meadows of Falls Church va., and Cleve Meadows of Camp Creek three daughters mrs. Charlotte Lovell of Groten conn., mrs. Carrie Worley of Bluefield and mrs. Connie Michaels of Princeton one brother Edno in go of Hico and seven grandchildren. Funeral services will be conducted tuesday at la . At the Stoval Ridge Baptist Church with Rev. Arlie Davis officiating. Burial will follow in the Jennings cemetery near Stoval Ridge. The body will be taken from Bailey funeral Home in Princeton to the residence monday at 4 . Paris Looney Paris Looney 74, of Bastian va., died saturday in a Bluefield Hospital after a Long illness. Survivors include two daughters mrs. Elma Barnett of pounding Mill va., and mrs. Edna Irene Richardson of Winston Salem n. Two sons Everett Mason Looney and Otho Kelly Looney of Bastian three Brothers James Corbett and Irby Looney of Bastian two Sisters Cindy Looney of Marion va., and mrs. Ora Howell of burkes Garden a. 13 grandchildren and six great grandchildren. Funeral services will be conducted monday at 2 . At Green Valley United methodist Church w Ith Rev. W. R. Grimm officiating. Burial will follow in the family cemetery at Bastian. Friends May Call at Newberry funeral Home in Bland today after 4 . Jesse r. Lambert Jesse Bane Lambert 66, of burkes Garden va., died saturday in a Charlottesville va., Hospital. Survivors include his widow mrs. Louzia Tibbs i camper to two daughters mrs. Bud Myers of Dublin ind., mrs. Junior Stowers of shawders Mill a. Four Brothers Ivan i Alpert of Marshall va., Jim Lampert of Wake Forest n. C., Walter and Willis Lamport of burkes Garden one sister mrs. Roy Tabor of Wake Forest seven grandchildren and five great grandchildren. Funeral services will be conducted monday at 2 . At Central Church m burkes Garden with Rev. S. S. Phipps officiating. Burial will follow in the Church cemetery. Pallbearers Jess Sparks Aubrey Kitts Dulaney Snapp Richard Snapp Bill John Ruddy Levi Ruddy Junior Ruddy and Buster Cox. Friends May Call at Greever funeral Home in Tazewell va., today after 2 . Funerals Stafford. John Edward de jr., 57, of Pompano Beach Fla., and formerly of Welch monday at la . At the gearing Witten funeral Home Chapel in Welch with re. L. W. Posey officiating. Burial Wall follow in the rest Haven memorial Park in Princeton. Friends May Call at the funeral Home today from 6 to 9 . And of and mrs. Port four Cordia e. Vincil Cordia Elswick lined 67, of Tazewell va., died saturday in a Richlands va., Hospital. Survivors include her Stepmother mrs. Ida Elswick of North Tazewell one sister mrs. Reese Mabe of Hay Market a. Two Brothers Thirtle Elswick of North Tazewell and Carl Elswick of Tazewell two daughters Lola Mac lined of Moonachie n. J., and Mary lined address unknown two sons Edward lined of Little Rock ark., and Rovert lined of Illinois and two grandchildren. Funeral services were incomplete at Greever funeral Home in Tazewell. Herbert Randolph Rob in Fite Herbert Randolph Robinette 68, of 304 Cherry Street in Bluefield died saturday in a Bluefield Hospital following a Brief illness. He was born in Kentucky and was a retired Baker for Cole baking company in Bluefield. He was a member of the Edgemont Baptist Church the modern Woodmen of America and had lived in Bluefield most of his life. Survivors include his widow Mattie Bell Deskins Robinette of the Home one daughter mrs. Joyce Fowler of Pittsburgh a. Two Stepsons Henry Davis of Bluefield and Clifton Deskins of Bluefield two grandchildren arid two great grandchildren. Funeral services will be at 2 30 . Monday at Hawkins funeral Home Chapel with Rev. William w. Wyrick. Burial will follow at Woodlawn cemetery in Bluefield. Friends May Call today Between 5 . And 9 . Roy music Roy music of Thorpe died saturday in a Welch Hospital following a Short illness. The body is at Douglas mortuary in Welch where arrangements were incomplete. Bluefield daily Telegraph established morning toy who t leg prior Hong co 11 Blond sir a b a 10 a vol to it it vib in of ass 1 Aly Psi is which it a club it a by loth. Us or pub Kai on pm ii Newt opt net credited to thit Pap and Alto the of a it it to bathed i Hurtin subscription rat s by crr a by in lift and tee Ono Jones and of Arti Virgin. Ski in per ye1 Sotui oui is is iop a i�0 month no other Rones Lur thed prs a Din 1 on memo audit Bureau of it via nun Ting a apr Alem 11 a Annon 4 Cullen Telephone jul oui Wythe jail death termed suicide a 36-year-old Wythe county Man apparently hanged himself in his cell at the Wythe county jail Friday officials said saturday. Sheriffs department spokesmen said Sylvester Austin Cook in of re i Max Meadows was found hanging in his cell Friday morning about 9 15 ., about an hour before lie was scheduled to appear in a hearing to face charges of Petty larceny. Officials said Cook apparently used portions of his shirt tied to cell bars to hang himself. His body was discovered by a trusty at the jail Only moments after the incident officials said. Cook had been arrested on sept. 15 on a charge of Petty larceny and liken to the jail officials said. Survivors include one daughter Debbie Cook of new Mexico four sons Terry Austin Tony and Jimmy Dean Cook of new Mexico one sister mrs. Virgil Birchfield of Newark Ohio two half Sisters mrs. Frank Simpson of new Lexington Ohio and mrs. Madeline Hughes Mcghee of Richlands a. Two half Brothers Early Scott of Hillsville va., and Wirt Scott of Oakwood a. And his Mother mrs. Ellen q. Cook of Max Meadows. Funeral services will be conducted today at 2 . At Vaughan Gwynn Mcgrady funeral Home Chapel in Hillsville. Burial will follow Liberty Hill cemetery. In Arch continued from Page i Wells William Edgar 69, of 219 Rogers Street in Bluefield today at 2 . At the Mercer funeral Home Chapel on Bland Street in Bluefield with Rev. Al c. Burton officiating. Burial will follow in Monte Vista Park cemetery. Pallbearers Are Hobart Sexton Jake Moore Luther Hess Jack hoops Roger Myers and David Neal. Gasoline cleaned from Lake Richmond Calif. A clean up Crews used suction Manos to remove the remaining surface liquid saturday from a 120,000-gallon gasoline spill on a Hillside at the Arco tank farm in Richmond. Firemen were standing by because of the extreme danger of explosion posed by the pools of gasoline and hovering fumes officials said. The Richmond fire department reported that the gasoline flowed for about two hours Friday night covering an estimated 2,000 Square Yards before it was noticed by Drivers at to . The men notified officials and firemen rushed to the scene. The spill occurred company officials said when someone apparently forgot to turn off valves Between the upper and lower tanks causing the lower one to overflow. Officials said the valves Between the two tanks do not turn off automatically. Firemen surrounded the area while the coast guard sealed off nearby Santa be Channel to prevent the gasoline from seeping into san Francisco Bay. By saturday morning most of the fumes had dissipated and the gasoline had not seeped into the water company officials said. Of National weather str Vlf Oak. . A of of com Marc forecast Lii amp Al figure thew High to in Reter a labelled it daytime sunday Lari ated net indicate do Campit Lasal rare air rain i i i Hewers Elim Snow Rren flurries la la v. National Outlook a showers Are forecast today in parts of the West South the Dakotas and Eastern great i ikes Region. An occluded front is moving Southeastern from the West and cold air is expected in the Midwest and along a front mov ing toward the Eastern Seaboard. A wire photo the notion s weather by the associated press Cloudy and Cool weather covered most of the nation saturday with Only the Southwest and Southeast enjoying temperatures in the 80s. Rain and thunderstorms soaked a wide area from the great lakes Region to the Gulf states. Rain also dampened the Pacific Northwest and spread into the Dakotas. Up to an Inch of Snow fell at Jarrett a Republican opponent for the circuit court judgeship Jerome Katz makes no Bones about his support for gov. Moore however. He said Moore has had a one of the Best gubernatorial administration we be Ever continuing a i think republicans and a great Many democrats Are wholeheartedly supporting gov. Moore. Under him West Virginia has had clean sheriff candidate l. G. A a John Underwood comes the closest to openly supporting Rockefeller his activities indicate. For the record though he says he a concerned Only with his race. Incumbent sheriff Wintfrey Shrewsbury who has been appointed Campaign director for the democratic candidates has said his efforts will on behalf of the local candidates and that his campaigning will not include state democratic candidates. Although he has made the statement he has made it abundantly Clear that he is supporting and will vote for Rockefeller. He a the Only elected official in the county to maintain that position at least openly. Court member Bernard Wilkinson who was Defeated in the May primary openly supported Rockefeller during the primary. Afterwards though he blasted the candidate accusing him of putting up Money which led to his defeat. The accusation has been denied by Rockefeller supporters. Exactly Why democratic candidates do not openly endorse Rockefeller is somewhat confusing particularly in Light of the overwhelming Victory he obtained in the May primary. He ran away with the nomination receiving some 72 per cent of the democratic vote on the state level. Although democratic candidates decline to discuss the matter for the record privately they Point to his endorsement of the democratic presidential nominee sen. George Mcgovern who is viewed As a Stafford has probably summed up the feelings of residents Here whose livelihood depends on the surface mining Industry. A a they re not fighting a political Campaign they re fighting for j their perhaps another reason Rockefeller does no to enjoy the of been support of his fellow i candidate s can be seen in his Campaign organization. It has new faces and new philosophies and a regular democrats a sources say feel they have been a pushed aside for the a new a pct at Hort v s. I Quality funeral service at sensible prices Osil Cyrce funeral Home of Blueni e old inc. Cut Bank Mont., where temperatures plunged to 33 degrees. Afternoon temperatures ranged from 33 at Cut Bank Mont. To 94 at a handler Ariz. Some other reports Anchorage 30 partly Cloudy Atlanta 86 Clear Boston 67 Clear Buffalo 63 partly Cloudy Chicago 58 Cloudy Cincinnati 76 Cloudy Cleveland 54 rain Dallas 81 Cloudy Denver 75 Clear. Detroit >8 Cloudy Honolulu 77 partly Cloudy Indianapolis 61 rain Kansas City 64 Cloudy los Angeles 72 Clear Louis Vul 75 Haze Miami 84 partly Cloudy Minneapolis. Paul cd Lear Nashville 86 Cloudy new York 65 partly Cloudy Philadelphia 68 partly Cloudy Phoenix 93 Clear Pittsburgh 71 Cloudy St. Louis 66 Cloudy san Francisco 67 dear Seattle 47 rain Washington 70 partly Cloudy. Lime hopefuls talk with District 13 Cumberland Tkv. A the Reform candidates for offices of the United mine workers Union held a Bull session with members of ump District 19 saturday night after a previous attempt earlier in the Day was halted. Arnold Miller Mike Trbovich and Harry Patrick the candidates for president vice president and Secretary treasurer respectively met with about 50 miners at a local restaurant following a $5-a-plate fund raising dinner. Saturday morning the candidates went to the local Union Hall where too to 150 miners were waiting. Each spoke for about five minutes but before they could answer questions Robert Mcdonald chairman of ump local 7425, adjourned the meeting. Several miners said Mcdonald supports Millers opponent in the december election. Incumbent president w. A. Tony Boyle. The morning incident was the second abrupt halt in the reformers Campaign activities this weekend. On Friday they were stopped from meeting with miners at a United states steel mine in nearby lunch. Company spokesmen told the candidates that they had made a Deal with ump not to a i Low campaigning at the mine site. At the dinner meeting All three candidates talked about improved benefits for striking miners. Trbovich said the reformers favor a policy of selective strikes against individual Coal mines rather than Industry wide walkouts As has generally been done in the past. Nixon reviews continued from Page i Young unionists a a it a wrong for men who work to get less than a Man on and he renewed his stand against amnesty for draft evaders. Nixon pledged anew to end the Vietnam War on an honorable basis and said the report of no american killed in combat last week was a one of the Best pieces of news this be seen since i Carne he said that the United states must remain the strongest nation in the world to protect peace. After speaking to the group Nixon flew by helicopter to amp David in the Cato tin mountains of Maryland reaching there at 3 30 . Edt in Bright Cool Early autumn weather. Florida student Tazewell offers newspaper May adult education lose financing Gainesville Fla. A University of Florida president Stephen of Connell announced a plan saturday to free the Florida Alligator from University control and Cut off some $94,000 in financial support to the student newspaper. Of Connell accepted a proposal to set up a new University publications Board and gave it until nov. 15 to draw up a plan to make the Alligator a free of University authority and Independent of Reliance on Public funds by january. Of Connellis plan would Cut off $94,000 budgeted for the paper from student activity fees at the Gainesville Campus. Although he said the University would buy $20,000 to $30,000 Iii advertising from the Alligator that would still leave a deficit of about $70,000 to be made up from commercial advertising and newsstand sales. Students previously have received the Alligator free of charge. Asked if the paper could survive without University financial support of Connell replied a we Are going to find the president who has been embroiled in a Battle for editorial control of the Alligator for nearly a year told a news conference that under the plan he would no longer have Legal responsibility for the 65-year-old newspaper. He said the new 11-member Board would have All the responsibilities of a newspaper publisher and would make All decisions relating to censorship or prior review of news material. The Battle Over the Alligator began when a former editor defied of Connellis ban by publishing abortion referral information and was prosecuted under a now defunct 101-year-old Florida Law. State atty. Gen Robert she Vin ruled that As University president of Connell could not censor material to be printed in the Alligator but that As Legal publisher he was responsible for its contents. Adult Basic education classes will be offered in Tazewell county during the 1972-73 school year. Persons 17 years old or older Are eligible to enrol. Classes will meet two nights a week throughout the school year at various locations in the county. Registration for the classes to be offered free will be held on monday through thursday from 6 30 . To 9 . Students May enrol at a later Date if necessary. Persons should Contact the Tazewell county Board of education office 988-5511 for additional information. Port authority director picked Newport news a. A Damin v. Bill a raft has been appointed director of planning for the Virginia port authority via and. Ephraim p. I Billies us ret via executive director announced. Holmes said crafts appointment will become effective oct. I and he will replace Robert o. James who will assume a new position of director of operations. Craft was associated Between 1957 and 1967 with Sverdrup and parcel consulting engineers of St. Louis to. New. Graham. 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