George Bolen, son of Mary and George, obituary
Mrs. Lafton, p.m. Si, George George Bolen George Bolen, 65, Coal City died in a local hospital at 3:3( a. m. Saturday following a lonj, illness. A member of the Frcewil Baptist Church at Lillybroak, he was a retired coal miner ant member of Ixical (M03, UMW at Lillybrook. Born April 1, 1SOO at Odd he was thc son of the late George and Mary Shrewsbury Bolen. Survivors include his wife Lucindy Smith Bolon; seven sons, Vessie, Chicago, 111.; Jim my, York, Pa., Dane, Floy and Clifford, all of Coal City Bert, MacArlhur and Robert Beckley; two daughters, Mrs Kmmit (Janic) Leach, Fireco and Mrs. Rodney (Mary) Arm strong, Danville, Va.; one broth cr, Dan Bolen, Arlington, Va. two sisters, Miss Pearl Bolct and Mrs. Annie Cole, both o: Josephine; 14 grandchildren nnc 2 great-grandchildren. Funeral services will ho con $10 billion is expected lo be kept. In the "untouchable" category are taxes on gasoline highway-user items which are channeled p r i m a r i l y federal highway conslruction program and the levies on alcohol and tobacco. Ceredo Plant Unfair WASHINGTON (AP) -- A examiner recommended Saturday that Ihe Nalional Labor Relations Board order the American N a t i o n a l Ceredo, W.Va,, to stop "coercively intcrrogaling" employes about union activities. membership and ducted at 2:30 p. m. Monday the Itosc and Quesenberry Peace Chapel with the Rev. S. D. Smith officiating. Burial will follow in Sunset memorial Park. The body is at thc funeral home where friends may call after 3 p. m. today.