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-June 29,1975 * Sunday fauftte-Mail * ' Charicuba Wes» Vir wes« virgin!* Death Notices Mr*. Martha Akers Mrs. Martha Akers, 74,rf Alum Creek, died Saturday in Thomas Memorial Hospital following a short illness. She was a housewife and life-long Kanawha County resident. Surviving: sons, Irvin and Edgar, both of Alum Creek and James oflndianapolis, Ind.; brother, Theodore Turiey of Chesapeake; sisters, Mrs. Mary Wood of Powellton and Mrs. Estola Farley, both of Elkridge. Service will be 11 a. m. Monday in Snodgrass Funeral Home. Burial will be in Graceland Memorial Park, South Charleston. Friends may call from 2 to 9 p. m. today. Keith Anglin MOUNT HOPE - Keith A. Anglin, 33, of Mount Hope, Fayette County, died Thursday in Washington, D.C. He was a cook. Surviving: mother, Mrs. Kathleen Lewis Weil of Washington, D.C.; brother, David of Washington, D.C.; sister, Gynelle Anglin of Washington, D.C.; maternal grandmother, Hattie Lewis of Mount Hope. Service will be 1 p.m. Monday in Tyree Funeral Home, Mount Hope, with the Rev. Daniel Legg officiating. Burial will be in Hill Top Cemetery, Fayette County. Friends may call from 7 to 9 p.m. today. Dorr Beard LEBANON, Pa. - Dorr F. Beard, 61, of Lebanon, Pa., formerly of Arbovale, Pocahontas County, died Friday in Lebanon. He was a resident of Lebanon for 15 years and was a member of the United Methodist Church in Lebanon. He was an employe of the Cleaver-Brooks Co. here. Surviving: wife, Ruth; foster daughters, Mrs. Lois Helmick of Lebanon; Mrs. Shirley Bradshaw of Martinsburg; foster son, Clark Wooddell of Lebanon; mother, Mrs. iMary Beard of Arbovale, W. Va.; sisters, Mrs. Elizabeth Hevener of Sharon, Pa., Mrs. Loraine Mullenax of FayettevUle, vN.C., Mrs. Margaret Offutt of Arbovale, W. Va., seven grandchildren. ; Service will be 2 p.m. Monday in Wallace-Wallace Funeral Home, Arbovale, with the Rev. Kenneth Montgomery officiating. Burial will be hi Arbovale Cemetery. Friends may call after 6:30 p.m. today. Robert Early LEWISBURG - Robert L. Early, of Lewisburg. died Friday evening in Denmar State Hospital at Beard following a long illness. He lived in Lewisburg 10 years and was a member of the Old Stone Presbyterian Church. Mr. Early was a retired building contractor and a former Mullens mayor. Surviving: daughters. Mrs. Jo E. Ludowici of Sydney, Australia, and Mrs. W. H. Ruby of Lewisburg. Graveside service will be 2 p.m. today in Rosewood Cemetery in Lewisburg with Dr. T. W. Apperson officiating. Wallace and Wallace Funeral Home, Lewisburg, is in charge of arrangements. 'Oscar Fisher MELBOURNE Fla. - Oscar G. "Ott" Fisher, 75, of Melbourne, Fla., formerly of Nitro, died Saturday in Florida. He owned the IGA store hi Nitro and was a retired employe of the Appalachian Power Co. in Charleston. Surviving: wife, Coral of Melbourne; daughter, Talma Coffman of Sissonville; stepdaughter, Thelma Shamblin of Arlington, Va.; sisters, Hattie Jordan and Hallie Baldwin, both of Sissonville; brother, Estil of Ripley; five grandchildren; seven great-grandchildren. Service will be in South Brevard Funeral Home in Melbourne. Mrs. Zelda Arlene Fulton RENICK -- Mrs. Zelda Arlene Fulton, 37, of Renick, Greenbrier County, formerly of Baltimore, Md., died Saturday in Alleghany Memorial Hospital, Covington, Va. Surviving: daughters, Mrs. Drucilla Georgopoulos of Renick, Elizabeth Fulton of Scranton, Pa.; sons, Kenneth of Baltimore, Md., Danny and Joseph, both of Cooksville, Md:, Darrell and Robert, both of Renick; mother, Mrs. Elizabeth Smith of Renick; sister, Mrs. Darthula McCoy of Franford; brother, James Smith of Littlestown, Pa.; two grandchildren. Service will be 2 p.m. Tuesday in Jack K. Wallace Funeral Home, Lewisburg, with the Rev. Jack K. Wallace-officiating. Burial will be in Morningside Cemetery, Renick. The family will receive friends from 7 to 9 p.m. today and Monday. Robert MiiMelmaii Robert D. Mussdman, 85, of Elkview, died Saturday in the McMillan Division, Charleston Area Medical Center. He was a member of the Mooroeton United Methodist Church, Moeroetoo, Pa. He was a member of the Masonic Lodge, the York Rite Bodies and the Shriners. He was a graduate of Syracuse University. He was a retired electricial engineer. Surviving: wife, Ruby of Elkview; stepdaughter, Mrs. Mildred M. Carper of South Charleston; two grandchildren. Service will be 2 p.m. Monday in Myers Funeral Home, Elkview, with the Rev. John Boner officiating. Burial will be in Morris Cemetery, Indian Creek. Friends may call from 2 to 4 p.m. and 7 to 9 p.m. today. Ira E. Belcher HACKER VALLEY -Ira E. Belcher, 75, of Hacker Valley, Webster County, uas found dead Friday at home. He was a veteran of World Wars I and n. He was a retired woodsman and was a Methodist. Surviving: brothers, George of Queen Shoals, Charley of Louisville, Ohio, Virgil and Joseph, both of Parkersburg; sisters, Mrs. Bessie Henderson of Tampa, Fla., Mrs. Blanche Porter of Precious, Mrs. Irene Parks of Charleston, Mrs. Hattie Garrett of Lakewood, Ohio. Service will be 11 a.m. Monday in Dodd- Hurt Funeral Home, Webster Springs, with the Rev. Calvin McCutcheon officiat,- ing. Burial will be in Belcher Cemetery, Ovapa, Clay County. Friends may call after 1 p.m. today. Mrs. Sarah Brooks FAYETTEVILLE - Mrs. Sarah Ann Ferrell Brooks, 85, of Fayetteville, died Saturday at home. She was a member of Dempsey Missionary Baptist Church, Fayetteville. She was ; a native of Logan County. Surviving: foster son, George E. Browning, of Hampton, Va., foster daughter, Mrs. Viola Browning Freeman of Ashland, Ky.; 12 grandchildren; 28 great-grandchildren; one great-great-granddaughter. Service will be 2 p.m. Monday in Dodd- Payne Funeral Home, Fayetteville, with the Rev. Billy Reed Wickline officiating. Burial will be in Huse Memorial Park, Fayetteville. Friends may call from 6 to 9p.m. today. - ·· Roscoe Davis MADISON--Roscoe Davis, 76, of Madison, Boone County, died Saturday in Boone Memorial Hospital after a long illness. He was a member of the Gospel Center Tabernacle, Madison. He was a retired miner. ; Surviving: stepmother, Dovie Wooten of Williams Mountain; daughters, Lucy Davis of Madison, Mrs. Oma Kinder of Cleveland, Ohio,; sons, Arnold of Madison, Lloyd of Princetown, Harvey of Cleveland, Ohio; brothers, Everett of Huntington, Lessie of Logan, Robert of Laneville, Elzie and Denver, both of Fairborn, Ohio, Starling, of Prenter; sisters, Bertha New of Petersburg, HI., Helen Epling of Greenview, Irene Moore and Shirley Price, both of Prenter; 10 grandchildren; 12 great- grandchildren. Service will be 2 p.m. Monday in Handley Funeral Home, Danville, with the Rev. Rex Workman officiating. Burial will be in Memory Gardens, Madison. Friends may call from 5 to 9 p.m. Dewey E, Dodd Dewey Everett Dodd, 75, of 170 Summers St., died Saturday in St. Francis Hospital following a short illness. ··,; He was a retired construction foreman , and attended the Advent Christian Church. He was a native of West Virginia and had lived in the Charleston area 40 years. : Surviving: sisters, Mrs. Lessie Taylor of South Charleston, Mrs. Florence O'Dell of London and Mrs. Ocie Starcher of Arnoldsburg. S Service will be 3 p.m. Monday in Good Shepherd Funeral Home with Minister Ralph Toon officiating. Burial will be in Glendale Cemetery, South Charleston. "Friends may call after 1 p.m. today. ' Mrs. Pearl Hammack Mrs. Pearl Hammack, 82, of 1434 Seventh Ave., died Friday at home following a short illness. She was a member of the Westiey Methodist Church. Surviving: son, A. R. "Skip" Hammack of Charleston. Service will be 3 p.m. Monday in Cunningham Funeral Home. Burial will be in Hope Cemetery. Friends may call at Cunningham Funeral Home. ~~ Herman Holcomb KESSLER - Herman Carl Holcomb, 69, of Kessler, Greenbrier County, died Saturday in Emmett Memorial Hospital, Clifton Forge, Va. He was a resident of Greenbrier County for 30 years. He was a member of the Big Clear Creek Baptist Church. He was a retired miner. Surviving: wife, Edith of Kessler; daughter, Mrs. Eleanor McGarry of Martinez, Ga.; sons, Bruce of Akron, Ohio, Stanford of Atlanta, Ga., Jack of Kessler; sisters, Mrs. Nora Beaver of Winona, Mrs. Hattie Gill of Edmond, Mrs. Mildred Bobbit of Beckley; brothers, George and Stanley, both of Lookout, Tom of Pool, Bert of Hopewell, Va., Cleve of Dover, Del; seven grandchildren; one great-grandchild. Service will be 2 p.m. Monday in Wallace-Wallace Funeral Home, Rainelle, with the Rev. Boyd Sparks officiating. Burial will be in Wallace Memorial Cemetery at Clintonville. Friends may call from 6 to 9 p.m. today. Tyler Neal BOYNTON BEACH, Fla.-Tyler Kent Neal, 73, of Boynton Beach, Fla., formely of Kingston, Fayette County, W. Va., died Saturday in Florida. He was a retired miner and was a native of Virginia. Surviving: daughters, Mrs. Betty Williams, Mrs. Mary Walls and Mrs. Janet Klapp, all of Boynton Beach, Mrs. Sue Stone of Charleston, W. Va., Mrs. Billie Gates of Oklahoma City, Okla., Mrs. Peggy Sargent of Rocky Gap, Va.; brother, Frank 0. Neal of Ottawa, W. Va.; sister, Mrs. Lydia Jorden of New Castle, Penn.; 17 grandchildren; 11 great-grandchildren. The body is being returned to Tyree Funeral Home, Oak Hill. Mrs. Margaret Smith NEWARK, Del. -- Mrs. Margaret Ann "Maggie" Smith, 84, of Newark, Del., formerly of Oak Hill, died Saturday in Newark. She was a member of the Oak Hill Brethren Church. Surviving: son, Lawrence of Oak Hill; daughters, Mrs. Hazel Salts and Mrs. Kathleen Smith, both of Newark, Del, Mrs. Bernice Weatherford of Orlando, Fla.; brother, Herbert Taylor of Anderson, S.C. The body is being returned to Tyree Funeral Home, Oak Hill. William Wells MOUNT NEBO - William Gale Wells, 43, of Mount Nebo, Nicholas County, was dead on arrival Saturday at Rainelle Medical Center. He was a resident of Mount Nebo for 25 years. He was a member of the Masonic Lodge. He was a foreman for the Sewell Coal Co; in Nettie..He was a veteran of the Korean War. · Surviving: wife, Virginia of Mount Nebo; daughter, Diane at home; son, Douglas at home; sisters, Mrs. Letha Bishop of Leiyasy, Mrs. Dorma McGuire of CSristiansburg, Va., Mrs. Redith Nolen of Roanoke, Va. Wallace-Wallace Funeral Home, Rainelle, is in charge of arrangements. Mrs. Amma James BARBOURSVILLE - Mrs. Amma Mollohan James, 99, of Barboursville, Cabell County, died Saturday in Hillview Convalescent Center, Huntington. She was a member of the First Methodist Church, Barboursville. Surviving: daughter, Mrs. W. D. Bourn of Huntington; son, Lantz of Barboursville; four grandchildren; five great- grandchildren; one great-great-grandchild. Service will be 7:30 p.m. Monday in Wallace Funeral Home, Barboursville, with the Rev. Joseph Geiger officiating. Graveside service will be 12:30 Tuesday in Frametown Cemetery, Braxton County. Friends may call after 5 p.m. Monday. BURDETTE, Mrs. Ireie Lovell -- Service will be 10:30 a. m. Monday in Keller Funeral Home with the Rev. Calvin Rice officiating. Burial will be in Sunset Memorial Park. Friends may call at the funeral home. Mrs. Burdette,"79, of 1023 West Virginia Ave., Apt. 2, Dunbar, died Friday in Thomas Memorial Hospital. DRUMHELLER, Frank D. -- Memorial service will be 4 p.m. today in St. John's Episcopal Church with the Rev. Richard Schmidt officiating. The body is to be cre- mated.Mr. Drumheller, 62, 'of 404 Rock Holly Rd., died Friday in the Memorial Division of the Charleston Area Medical Center, apparently of a heart attack. The family suggests memorials be made to the Kanawha Valley Foundation. Barlow-Bonsall Funeral Home was in charge of arrangements. · FAUBER, Miss Louise Vickers - Service will be 10 a.m. Monday in Barlbw- Bonsall Funeral Home with.the Rev. J. Harrell Harper officiating. Burial will be in Sunset Memorial Park. Miss Fauber, 69, of 1602 McClung St., died Friday in a local hospital. Friends may call from 11 aim. "to 3 p.m. and 7 to 9 p.m. today. FLINT, Meryl -- Service will be 2 p: m. Monday in Stevens Funeral Home,'Point Pleasant, with the Rev. Charles "Tommy" Kinnaird and the Rev. Eddy Kinnaird officiating. Burial will be in Mountain Valley Cemetery, South Side, Mason County. Mr. Flint, of Gallipolis Ferry, Mason County, died Friday in a clinic in .Louisa, Ky. Robert McClure GRANDVIEW-Robert Bruce McClure, 68, of Grandview, Raleigh County, died Saturday in Appalachian Regional Hospital. He was a member of the Grandview Christian Church. He was a veteran of World War II, having served with the Navy. He also served with the Army. He was a retired coal operator and was a member of the UMW. Surviving: wife, Irene of Grandview; son, Robert Jr. of Winter Park, Fla.; daughters, Mrs. Jo Ann Haney of Beaver, Mrs. Peggy Pendleton of Charleston, Mrs. Janis Carter of Camp Springs, Md., Mrs. Frances Jenkins of Arlington, Va.; brother, Forest of Piney View; sisters, Mrs. Russell Miles and Mrs. Elizabeth Ranson, both of Beaver; 13 grandchildren. Service will be 2 p. m. Monday in Grandview Christian Church with the Rev. Gary True and the Rev. Cecil Smith officiating. Burial will be in Grandview Cemetery. Friends may call at Rose-Quesenberry Funeral Home, Beckley, after 5 p. m. to- I HUDSON, Mrs. Jalla A.-Service will be 9 a. m. Monday in Sacred Heart Co- Cathedral with the Rev. DeSales Young officiating. Burial will be in Sunset Memorial Park. Rosary will be 8 p. m. today in Simpson Funeral Home where friends may call from 7 to 9 p. m. Mrs. Hudson, 87, of 1570 Washington St. E. died Friday in the General Division, Charleston Area Medical Center. STULL, Mrs. Riby Banett - Additional survivors: four grandchildren; two. great-grandchildren. Cunningham Funeral Home is in charge of arrangements. Montana Disaster Area WASHINGTON (API-President Ford declared a major disaster Saturday for Montana because of flooding caused by severe storms, heavy rains and snow melt that began June 19. The President's action will permit the use of federal funds in relief and recovery efforts in designated areas of the state which suffered extensive public, private and agricultural property damage. Federal assistance from the President's disaster relief fund will consist primarily of temporary housing, disaster unemployment assistance payments to those who lost their jobs because of the floods, debris removal and the repair or restoration of damaged streets, roads, bridges and public facilities. Low-interest rate disaster loans will be made available by the Small Business Administration and emergency loan assistance by the Farmers Home Administration. Donald G. Eddy, regional director of the Federal Disaster Assistance Administration, was named as federal coordinating officer for the effort. Arab Envoy Blasts Israel's 'Procrastination' SAN FRANCISCO (ffl -- The special envoy of the League of Arab States says "we want to restrain the option of violence and conflict" in the Mideast and will not tolerate what he calls Israeli procrastination. Clovis Maksoud, a Beirut newspaper editor, told a news conference Friday the Arab states hope "the United States, as a major power, will use its leverage to bring Israel into compliance with the U.N." About the chances of the U.S. doing that, he said, "I am not overly optimistic --but I am not pessimistic either." He said the Arab states will not stand very long for Israel's "procrastination in complying with United Nations resolutions." ' Maksoud is on a tour of the United States and was here to address the Commonwealth Club. "It is important that we catch up on 25 years of deficient communications^ that we know, each other through each other and not through Israeli optic," he said. He also said the Arab states are "hopeful that the United States is not committed to open-ended military assistance to Israel." That, Maksoud said, would permit Israel "to continue its delaying tactics. They appear to want to procrastinate until 1976, when your great democracy will be concerned with a Presidential election, and with its economic problems;" He said that if the resolution is delayed until 1977. "we will have a state of total paralysis in our national programs." He said, "The Arab states are committed to whatever the Palestine Liberation Organization wants -- its rights to be a state, a home, and to have national recognition." Girl, 7, Dies From Jet Crash NEW YORK ·-- UP) -- A 7-year-old girl injured in Tuesday's Eastern Airlines jetliner crash here died Saturday, bringing the death toH to 111. The toll equals that of the previous worst single-plane crash in the United States. Officials at Jacobi Hospital said Tina DiSpenza OF Baton Rouge, La., died after suffering cardiac arrest. She had suffered respiratory burns in the crash.and had been in critical condition since entering the hospital. The Boeing 727 crashed and burned while coming in for a landing in a thunderstorm at Kennedy Airport Tuesday afternoon. The girl's death leaves 13 survivors. 150 Killed in Week Of Burmese Clashes "·' ' . ' · · · . / ' · RANGOON, Burma UP) - About 120 Burmese Communist rebels and 30 government soldiers have been killed in weeklong clashes near the Chinese border, a government communique said Saturday. The area is 450 miles northeast of Rangoon. It took government troops six days, 17 firefignts and hand-to-hand bayonet clashes to dislodge the rebels from the eastern bank of the Salween River, and air force planes are still in pursuit of fleeing guerrillas, the communique said. LESHMAN E MONUMENT CO. J22K«HmlMllwLE. MMK343.IS55 BRANCH DISPLAYS AT ·ICKLfY LIWISIURG, SPENCER $$ SAVES* DISCOUNT PRICES ON MONUMENTS Cwnpfctt ScthfKtiM Or Tetal Iff M* BOWEN MONUMINTCO. 4007Mcrid«nDr. 925-6777 /t 925*4400 Ex-Texas Governor, Stevenson, Dies SAN ANGELO, Tex. - (A -- Former Gov. Coke Stevenson, wbo lost the closest major political race in Texas' history by 87 controversial votes to Lyndon B. Johnson, died Saturday. He was 87. A Shannon Memorial Hospital spokesman said Stevenson had been in a coma all day and died at 1:35 p.m. Stevenson had been hospitalized in critical condition for two weeks following abdominal surgery meant to stem internal bleeding. His condition slowly deteriorated following the operation. Stevenson, a 6-foot-l rawbpned figure, served as governor from 1941 to 1947, when he retired after staying longer in the executive mansion than any Texan up to that time. . He and former President Johnson, than a U.S. representative, tangled in 1948 for the Democratic nomination for the U.S. Senate race. The winner was undetermined for days as recounts shifted the lead 'to Johnson and then to Stevenson. Ballots tabulated in Jim Wells County gave Johnson an 87-vote margin. Stevenson forces cried fraud when the official canvass showed 494,191 votes for Johnson and 494,104 for Stevenson. The State Democratic Executive Committee and the U.S. Supreme Court overruled Stevenson on the votes, which could have changed the course of the nation and the world.. German Police, Students Clash In Fare Protest HEIDELBERG, West Germany UP) Violence erupted in the narrow streets of this famous university city Saturday when 1,000 police fought with 2,000 young leftists protesting raises in public bus and street car fares. Police with nighsticks supported by water cannon spraying tear gas charged the demonstrators, who retaliated by tossing rocks and bottles. Newsmen at the scene, in the medieval Old town district, said there were numerous injured persons on both sides. *S" " ' " ' / ' It was the sixth illegal protest against the average 25 per cent hike in fares approved this;year by the city council to counter a multimillion dollar deficit in transportation costs. The new fares will "raise one-way street car tickets from the current i mark -- 43 cents -- to 1.5 marks -- 65 cents. · There have been scores of arrests and injuries in the previous demonstrations, which authorities said were led by Communist groups. Putnam Recreation Program Goes On WINFIELD ^- Four weeks remain in the Putnam County Parks and Recreation Commission's Summer Playground Program. The county's 10 community parks are staffed by playground .personnel and all daily activities are supervised. Children may participate in the program by registering at the nearest park. ' f · ' ' Pool to Accommodate Handicapped Dedicated PARKERSBURG, W.Va. (AP) - The city has dedicated its new Sbuthwood swimming pool, the first in West Virginia to be designed for the convenience of the handicapped. . All entrances and exits to the pool area have ramp to accomodate wheel chairs and there are elevators around the pool to lift people from the water. City Council President Russ Barrett said the city is studying the possibility of building additional pools with facilities foe the handicapped. Greek Planner Of Cities Dies ATHENS, Greece (AP) -- Constantinos Doxiadis, an internationally acclaimed city planner who designed communities in more than 10 countries, died Saturday after a long illness. He was 62. Among projects Doxiadis planned were sections of Islamabad, Pakistan, and Eastnick, Pa. He had served as minister and adviser to most of the Greek governments since World War II and had re ceived honorary degrees from several American universities. WOOTEN, Mrs. Mary Elisabeth - Service will be 2 p.m. Monday in Snodgrass Funeral Home with the Rev. Paul Cobbs officiating. Burial will be in Sunset Memorial Park. Friends may call from 9 a.m. to 9 p.m. today. Mrs. Wooten, 94, of Huntington, formerly of Charleston, died Friday in Thomas Memorial Hospital. IF IT IS A FINANCIAL BURDEN TO PAY CASH ... You don't need to. 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Aside from an occasional statement or interview and assistance in the campaign of others, Stevenson retired from political life after his defeat by Johnson. His life then revolved around his family, his 15,000-acre ranch by the South Llano River in Southwest Texas and his law practice in Junction. Coke Robert Stevenson was born March 20, 1888, hi a log cabin just 35 miles from his ranch. With only two years of formal schooling, he taught himself bookkeeping. He read law at home and in 1913, at the . age of 25, was admitted to the bar. He was elected Kimble County attorney in 1914 and county judge in 1918. In 1928, Stevenson was sent to the Texas House of Representatives, where he served five terms, including two terms as speaker. Stevenson was the first man to serve two successive terms as speaker of the Texas House. He fought a successful campaign in 1938 for lieutenant governor. Steyenson became the state's chief executive Aug: 4, 1941, as the result of the election of the late Gov. 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