He has There of and Jap its the decision included been time undecided got physical Former Mayor Craig Dies at 69 William L. "Telly" Craig, 69, Nicholear av., for many years prominent in civic affairs, died 11:20 Monday night at city hospital of heart disease. He had suffered failing health the past year. Mr. Craig, who was elected mayor of Coshocton on the Republican ticket, served from 1934 until 1938. Prior to that time he was a well known merchant at New Moscow, Keene and in Coshocton. He taught in Coshocton county ichools for 20 years and W. L. CRAIG Bakersville. at daughter She at funeral u a s county attendance officer from 1921 until 1929. A member of the Presbyterian church, Mr. C/aig was also affiliated with the Masonic and Modern Woodmen lodges. He was born Feb. 1, 1876, in Jasonville, Ind., the son of Alex and Matilda Neal Craig. He was married Ma^ 2, 1900, to Margaret Hamilton, who survives. Also surviving are a son, Dr. Floyd W. Craig, Coshocton; a daughter, Mrs. Elaine Boyd, Oxford, O.; two half-brothers and three half-sisters of Jasonville, Ind., and one grandchild. A halt- brother, half-sister, two brothers and one sister are deceased. Services will be held Thursday at 2:30 at the Presbyterian church, with Dr. Roy M. Kiskaddon in charge. Burial will be in South Lawn cemetery. Friends may call from 7 p. m. today until 1 p. m. Thursday at the residence on Nicholear av. and for one hour at the church preceding the service?. a in is in 1 in on 1845.