The Gastonia Gazette from Gastonia, North Carolina on March 19, 1969 · Page 16
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The Gastonia Gazette from Gastonia, North Carolina · Page 16

Gastonia, North Carolina
Issue Date:
Wednesday, March 19, 1969
Page 16
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MAIN AVE. riionc UN 5-19.11 U \ A.M. 8ST M«r.1» / W t>»l« fnm «M SUNNY AND MILD There* will Ite slmwers Wednesday night in UIP PiU'iftr N'ortInvest and in |iar(s ol Oklahoma, northern Texas niul Missouri. H will rain off the coast of New Jersey, Sunny ami mild weather Is forecast for most nt the nalinn. (AP Wlreplioio Map). Deaths In Our Area JOHN S. ELLIOTT KlNtlS MOUNTAIN - John S. Kllintl, 71, of Gaffney, S. C., dietl Tuesday ;it 10 a.m. m the VA liusjiital, Otecn, after sever- ill months' illness. The Cleveland County native wits a -son of the bile Mr. ;md Mrs. Eugene Elliolt anil a veteran of U'orkI War 1. He is survived by one brolher. Lee KHioU of Charlotte; and ilii-ce sister, Mrs. Dewcy Falls ami A]r^. .J. G. Martin of Kings Moutilaiii, ami Miss Nell Elliott <i[ Portsmouth, Va, Funeral services will he held Thursday at 2 p.m. in the chapel of Harris Funeral Home, with the Rev. George Julian officiating. Buna) will IK? in Mountain Rest Cemetery. si rn ix WILSON T \<*<* MOUNTAIN - Sclh D. Wilson, 30G Phifor Rd., died Tuosday at 2i5S p.m. in a local hospital followint; an illness of several years. He was 79. A native of Sparlanburg County, S. C., he \vsis the son of l))i! liite Air. and Mrs. William Wilson. He was a retired employee of Noisier Mills. Surviving are his wife, Mrs. Nancv Patrick Wilson: one son, Donald Wilson of North Augusta, S, C,: hvo daughters, Mrs. Sarah W. Smith oT Kings Mountain rind Mrs. Charles Alexan- tif Charlotte: five grandchildren and five great-grandchildren, VitKm was a member of First Pre.sbyleriai! Church, where funeral services wil] lie held Thursday at 4 p.m. His paslor, Dr, Pan! Ausley, will officiate. Burial will he in CIrover Conie- .ei'y P'nends will br t'cceive<l tonight, 7-fl o'clock, at Harris Funeral Home, MRS. C, A. WALDROP Funeral services will be held Tliursdfiy for AEvs. l.ula Pittman Waldrop, 11 IS W. Rankin Ave,, ivho died Sunday at 1:2(1 p.m. when hit liy a train. The Kev. Perry Huffslfitlcr will officiate at the 4 p.m. services at Ranlo Baptist Church. will be in HoJJywood Cemetery. Friends will he received to- nisht, 7-!) o'clnck, al Ward Funeral Home. The body will lie in sUilo at the church one hour prior to services. Surviving are her husband, Clifford Ansel Waldrop; one. daughter, Mrs. Faye Hanna of (;asloiiia; Uvo sons, George F. Cell y s D f Ki llecn, Tex., and .Mack Tittmait <\( G'aitoma; one sister, Mrs. Pearl Gil'iard of E as ley, S. C.; a brother, the Rev. Wesley Alexander nf Simp- soitville, S. C.; ami ]l grandchildren. WILLIS BKItRYHlLI, MT. HOLLY— Willis Morgan Bcjrybil], 57, of 111 Howie Dr., died early Wednesday at his home, Survivors include his w i I e, Mazclle Duncan Berryhill; one daughter, Mrs. Doris Keudrick of Matthews; two sons, W. ,Ioe , Berryhill oE ML Holly and Jimmy M. Berry-hill of the home; (wo sister.s, Miss Lola Berryhille and Miss Ktheleen Berryhill, both of Charlotte. Funeral services will be field at 4 p.m. Thursday al First Baptist Church in Belmont, with Dr. Walter I-. o n g officiating. Burial will be in Greenwood Cemetery. The family will receive friends from 7 to 9 tonight av Bumgardner's Funeral Home. The body will lie in state 30 minutes at tlie church. BKNNHi L. COOK LINQOLNTON — Bennie Lee Cook, t>3, died Tuesday at his Lincolnloj) R-4 home. Funeral services will be held Thursday at 4 p.m. in the High Shoals Baptist Church. Burial will be in City Memorial Gardens, Lincolnton. The body will lie in slate 30 minutes prior to the services. Surviving are his wife, Mrs. fx^eola Setzer Cook; (hree sons, Bennie D. Cook of Connecticut; Latin y Cook of Lincoln ton, and Gerald Cook of Spartan- biii-g, S. C., three d a u g liters, Mrs. Joy Davis of Cberry- vi lie, M rs. She tile Weave r of Gastonia, and Mrs. Betty Sullies of Sparlaiihurg; II grandchildren and three great-grandchildren ; two .sisters, Mrs. Iris Madden of Lyman, S,C., mid Mrs. Myrtle Barker of Sigsbee, "S.C. Warlick Funeral Home made the arrangements. WKBB M. DUCKWORTH STANLKV— Webb McCulrhiin Duckworth, Stanley R-l, died unexpectedly Saturday near Lake Norman. He was 57. He was a son of the late Robert Ivcy and Jane Stowe Duckworth. Surviving are his wife, Mrs. Pansy Porch Duckworth; one son, Wchh M. Duckworth Jr. nt the home; nne daughter, Mrs. Glrnda Mae Ringham nf Bel- inonl; two brothers, Claude Duckworth ot Ml. Holly and John Duckworth of Charlotte; t wo sisters, Mrs. Margaret Summey of Stanley and Mrs. Anna Lee Patterson of Clover, S.C.; and one grandchild. Funeral services will be held Thursday at 11 a.m. in Salem United Methodist Church. The Rev. Clifford Welter will officiate. Burial will be in the church cemetery. ML Holly Funeral Home has charge of arrangements. Death Claims Mrs. Scher Mrs. li\n frarber .Scher, JIM Cumhorland Ave., died today a\ 6:30 a.m. in a Charlotte hospital. Mrs. Seller WHS the mullicr tit Mrs. Cy (iirard, \villi whom she made hw home. .Slic f(»/t Jived in Giistnnia since Ifl4j. Daughter of the laic Samuel and Rachel Garber, slie \\a-i horn Sept. 15, IR8;J in Russia.. Slie « r as tJie widow (if A]at William Seller. In failing health several years, Mis. Seller was .seriously ill 10 days. Surviving, in addition lu her daughter, arc two grandchildren. Miss Maxine (iirard and Stephen Girard of New York City; and a great - granddaughter, Miss NitYife tliranl <if New \ m -k City Mrs. Seller was a member nt" Temple Kmamic), where funeral services will lie held Thursday at 2 p.m. Itiibbi Allan Smith will officiate. Burial wilt he in Hartford, Conn. Pallbearers will bu Saul Mandel, Mike Planer. Aim, .Jerry Harder, Victor Osnorno, Gary l.cvinjimt. Akin Willen, and Peter Spencer. Honorary pall hearers arc Jule.s Witlen, M a u rice Honigman, n u d o J j> h Rosenberg. Sidney CYihen, Maurice Levinson, S.-im Sapperstcin, E! a r r y Goldstein, Lester Culler, Randolph Silverstein, Ahe (; a r m i s c, Harry BJHriw, JnJiu.5 K o x, Martin Roscniluil, Miiuin Tager, and Sain PUmi'f. THE GASTONIA GAZETTE, Wed., Mar. 19, 1969—5-A Vaughn Quells A Revolt The family lias requested thai f lowers be omit led, siifiscsting that memorial contributions be sent to Temple Kmaimel. RALKK.'U (AP> - House Speaker Kar) Vaughn and other legislative leaders quelled a [jockcl revolt against the North Carolina legislative Research Commission Tuesday. It catne fj-om some tneml)ers of an Appropriations subcommittee who opposed a budget of even S-li.fMX) for the commission Jn Ihe next two yi?ars. Questions had Iwen raised at a prior session on whether the commission exceeded Us authority in setting tip the computerized (Jeneral Assembly operation headed by ad* ministralivc officer J o hn Brooks. The computer keeps track of bills and amendments, but lias been troubled by breakdowns. Vaughn said the $32,000 "is grossly inadwiuatc; that legislative research is the niost ini- "I ho HO Hie legislative Re- Gains Ahead Of Losses Nf^V YORK LAP>—The 5iock market was slightly higher at the opening today. Gains were ahead of losses by a narrow margin, OjMMiing prices included: Continental Telephone, unchanged at 22; Occidental Petroleum, up \± at 42 T ;8; Royal Dutch Petroleum, up H at 49V£; International Telephone & Telegraph, unchanged at 50, and Wat kins-Johnson C., off U at 3fi. search CYmimission's program is just the beginning." Vaughn served as commission co-chairman the last two years. "It's ridiculous," he said, "to ask responsible men and women lo come down here and give up their income without providing them every tool—and I mean every lo«l—-to work wilh." Vaughn was accompanied by oilier commission members, including the co-chairman. Sen. Herman Moore, D-lleekloiihurg, and former Sen, Tom While of Kinsiou, tiov. Hob .Scoffs legislative liaison man. Sen. Merman West, It-Cherokee, a member of the subcommittee, told the other members, ''I think such a fine group of men deserves some money," Atty. Gen. Itoheil Morgan urged another Appropriations subcommittee to provide more men and more money for his department. Morgan asked for 10 new attorneys, two special assistants and J.S secretaries. Ife askeiJ for 10 per cent pay raises above tlie 10 per cent recommended by Gov. Scott for all Justice De- partment personnel diirinc the next biennium, Morgan said the additional employes are needed to "do the job and do it properly." 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