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July 6, 197 5 ' S**d*v Notices Homer Archer RIPLEY-Homer 0. Archer, 75, of Ripley. died Friday in Jackson County Hospital. He was a member of the Calvary United Methodist Church. Ripley. He was a member of the Masonic Lodge and was a World War II veteran. He was a retired teacher with 40 years service. Surviving: brothers, John of New Manchester, William H. of Clinton. Ohio; sister. Mrs. Olive Houghton of Orange Park, Fla. Service will be 1 p.m. Monday in Vail Funeral Home, Ripley, with the Rev. William Eaton officiating. Burial will be in Independence Cemetery, Sandyville. Friends may call after 2 p.m. today. Mrs. Mabel Ballard LINDSIDE - Mrs. Mabel "Madge" Ballard. 79, of Lindside. Monroe County, died Saturday at home. She served as circuit clerk of the Monroe County Court from 1945-1962. She was a member of the Lindside United Methodist Church. She was secretary of the Peters Valley Chapter of the American Association of Retired Persons. Surviving: sons, Clinton of Rich Creek, Va., Glenn of Daytona Beach, Fla., Curtis of Lindside; daughters, Mrs. Katherine Dunn of Princeton, Mrs. Anna Mae Spangler of Ormond Beach, Fla., Mrs. Sara Jane Wickline of Lindside, Mrs. Marilea O'Brien of Lewisburg; 23 grandchildren; 12 great-grandchildren. Service will be 2 p.m. Monday in Lindside United Methodist Church with the Rev. Marshall Fowler, the Rev. H. H. Mills and the Rev. Galen Wine officiating. Burial will be in Peterstown Cemetery, Monroe County. Friends may call from 1 to 4 p.m. and 6 to 9 p.m. today at Broyles Funeral Home, Peterstown. Vallie Bauer POINT PLEASANT - Vallie Bauer, 91, of Point Pleasant, died Friday in Pleasant Valley Hospital, Point Pleasant. He was a member of the Odd Fellows Lodge and a retired farmer. Surviving: daughters, Mrs. Russell Jones and Mrs. Boyd Schwartz, both of Point Pleasant, Mrs. Louis Costanzo of Wheeling, Mrs. Charles Chapman of Hun- tihgton, Mrs. Loreha Floyd of Atlanta, Ga.; sons, Manford, Chris and Mack, all of Point Pleasant, Sidney of Leon, Wayne of Barboursville; brothers, Dr. Harve Bauer, Chris Bauer and Earl Bauer, all of Arcadia, Calif.; 26 grandchildren; 24 great-grandchildren. Service will be 2 p.m. today in Baden Presbyterian ghurch, Leon, with the Rev. William L. Weaver and the Rev. Bryan Blair officiating. Burial will be in the church cemetery. Wilcoxen Funeral Home, Point Pleasant is in charge of arrangements. Pete Burdiss Jr. WHITESVILLE --Pete J. Burdiss Jr., 69, of the Seng Creek section of Wnites- ville, died Friday in the Memorial Division of the Charleston Area Medical Cen- ter.i v ·:./ . · '. . ~ v.-:\- r . ; He was a retired .miner atid a'former' employe of the Raleigh-Wyoming Coal Co., Edwight. Surviving: wife, Anna; sisters, Mrs. Edna Ruth McNeely of Seth, Mrs. Mattie Stewart of Stickney : ; brother, Lawrence of Stickney; haif-br.other, .Chester Smith of Oxford, Ala. Service will be 1 p.m. Monday in Armstrong Funeral Home, Whitesville, with the Rev. Wade Webb and the Rev. Willie August officiating. Buria! will be in Adkins Cemetery, Naoma; Friends may call from 6*to 10 p.m. today.- . Surviving: husband. Freeman; daughters, Mrs. Thetoa Toney of Charleston, Mrs. Verldean Eggleton of Buckeye, Ariz.; seas, Ralph of Racine, Clarence of Marmet, Jack of King, N.C., Paul of Arab, Ala., Boyd of Cheyenne, Wyo., brother, Opha Thackett of Sumerco; sister, Mrs. Eva Branagan of Maiden; 11 grandchildren. Service will be 2 p.m. Monday in Curry Funeral Home, Alum Creek, with Minister Don Wright and Minister Kenneth Mitchell officiating. Burial will be in Midkiff Cemetery, Sumerco. Friends may call from 6 to 9 p.m. today. , Clara; SOBS, Baris. Cw- lis aad Aalfecev. all at botne; sisters, Mrs. Opal GiUam of Dance, Ofew, Mrs. Lola Weaver of Califoraia. Mrs. Ruby white of Cleveland. Ohio, brothers, Okie of Wayne, James of Ranger: Billy of Stow. QhJo. Servke will be 11 a.m. Tuesday in McGhee Funeral Home, West Hamlin. with the Rev. James Mounts and the Rev. Willie McClellan officiating. Burial will be in Sias Cemetery at Ranger. Friends may call after 4 p.m. Monday. Alcoholism Called No. 1 Teen Problem Setter Democrats Rudolph Ligochi RALEIGH.- Rudolph Edward Ligochi, 55, of Raleigh, died Friday in Raleigh General Hospital. He was a member of the St. Francis de Sales Catholic Church, Beckley. He was a disabled employe of the Westmoreland Coal Co. at Eccles. He was a member of the UMW. Surviving: wife. Jeanette; daughter, Martha Jane at home; sisters, Mrs. John Solsky of Bolt, Mrs. Andrew Chanarro of Pontiac, Mich., Mrs. Frances Metz of Raleigh. Mass of Christian Burial will be 11 a.m. Monday in the St. Francis de Sales Catholic Church with the Rev. Stephen J. Woland and the Rev. Jeremiah McSweeney the celebrants. Burial will be in the Mt. Calvary addition to Sunset Memorial Park, Beckley. Friends may call after 5 p.m. today at Rose-Quesenberry Funeral Home, Beckley, where Christian prayer services will be held at 8 p.m. Harry Stamper MINDEN - Harry A. Stamper, 61. of Minden, Fayette County, died Friday at home of an apparent heart attack. He was a disabled truck driver and a retired miner. He was a former employe of the New River Coal Co., Lochgelly. He was a member of the First Brethren Church, Oak Hill. Surviving: wife, Madeline; daughters, Mrs. Sandra Dorsey of Oak Hill, Mrs. Pamela Bodkin and Deana Stamper, both of Minden; stepdaughter, Mrs. Betty Smith of Oak Hill; stepsons, Darrell Davenport of Minden, Clayton Davenport of Daniels, Wallace Davenport of 'Sophia; brother, James of Fort Pierce, Fla.; sister, Mrs. Minabelle Prevette of Fort Pierce, Fla.; 12 grandchildren. Service will be 2 p.m. Monday in the First Brethren Church with the Rev. William Skeldon officiating. Burial will be in Highlawn Memorial Park, Oak Hill. .. Friends may call from 6 to 9 p.m. today at Tyree Funal Home, Oak Hill. DENVER (AP) - Alcoholism is the "No. 1 drug problem among teenagers today," and parents who are relieved that their children use booze instead of dope are fooling themselves, a California psychiatrist says. Dr. William Rader of St. Mary's Hospital in Long Beach said Saturday that alcoholism among the young will continue as long as "positive drink images" are made by peers, parents and the media. Rader. an expert on alcoholism in teenagers and women, made his remarks at a press conference in conjunction with the 40th Alcoholics Anonvmous convention. Ex-Colonel's Death Linked To Robbery Mrs. Annie Matthews Mrs. Annie Matthews, 77, of 1514 Virginia St. E, died June,29 in Harrell Memorial Nursing Home, Charleston, after a long illness. Surviving: sister, Mrs. Verta Mayfield of Ironton, Ohio. Service will be 11 a.m. Monday in Preston Funeral Home, with the Rev. Robert Brooks officiating. Burial will be in Spring Hill Cemetery. Friends may call after 1 p.m. today. Mrs. Iva Moore Mrs. Iva Pearl Moore, 79, of Sissonville, died Friday in the General Division of the Charleston Area Medical Center after a short illness. Surviving: sons, Denver and Amos W., both of Charleston; daughters, Mrs. Dda Crowder of Mount Alto, Mrs. Marie Parsons of Cleveland, Ohio, Mrs. Tressie Miller of Circleville, Ohio, Mrs. Reba Cantrill of Charleston, Mrs. Howie Lanham of Charleston, Mrs. Helen Ashley of Warren, Mich., Mrs. Rosalie Casdorph of Xenia, Ohio, brothers, Ray Myers and Delbert Myers both of Charleston; sisters, Mrs. Grade Lanham of Charleston, Mrs. Tony Comer of Columbus, Ohio. Service will be 1 p.m. Monday in Cunningham Funeral Home with the Rev. Warren Anderson officiating. Burial will be in Guthrie Cemetery, Kanawha Two- Mile. Friends may call today at the funeral home. -·;/: ',':v . - · , , . ; · · Emmett Thaxtbn Emmett Thaxton, 85, of the Holley Hotel, died Friday at Mountain State Nursing Home. He was a former Kanawha County Civil Defense director and was a World War I veteran. Mr. Thaxton was a salesman for W. L. Smith and Co. He was employed by the former State Road Commission. He organized a junior deputy s h e r i f f ' s program in Kanawha' County under Sheriff Al Carey. He was a member of Bream Memorial Presbyterian Church and the United Commercial Travelers. Surviving: daughter, Mrs. R. K. Thacker of Beckley; sons, Richard and Jack E., both of Charleston; sisters, Mrs. Erna Fisher and Mrs. Mabel Young, both of Charleston; brothers, Harry of Charleston, Elmer of Dayton, Ohio, Bernard of Washington, D.C. Service will be 11 a.m. Monday in Bream Memorial Presbyterian Church with the Rev. John Parks officiating. Burial will be in Spring Hill Cemetery. The family will receive friends after noon today at Wilson Funeral Home. A. C. Skeen RIPLEY - A. C. "Ab" Skeen, 85, of Ripley, died Friday in Lakin Hospital after Hill of Dunbar; sister, Mrs. Clara Honak- a long illness. er of Dunbar; five grandchildren; 13 Raymond Vines LOGAN--Raymond Vines, 63, of Logan died Friday in Lakin Hospital. There are no known survivors. Pond Funeral Home, Logan, is'inchargt of arrangements. Melvin Withrow Melvin "Ace" Withrow, 93, of 1221 Payne Ave., Dunbar, died Saturday at home after a long illness. He was a laborer and a construction worker. He was a resident of Dunbar for 55 years. Surviving: daughter, Mrs. Locwourd !;, Alfred Carrington ; It Alfred B. Carrington Sr., 58, of 873 Chappell Rd., died Friday in the Memorial Division of the Charleston Area Medical Cen- t|r after a long illness. r, : r)He was a native of Roanoke, Va. He was rcharter member and ruling elder.of the pillage Chapel Presbyterian Church. He was associated with the Athens Flooring Division of Michigan Wholesalers Inc. in Athens, Ohio. He was a member of ti Masonic Lodge and the Shriners. t'Surviving: wife, Lucille; son, Alfred B. Jr. of Louisville, Ky.; daughters, Mrs. Amos S. Rideout Jr. of Afton, Va., Suganne. P. Carrington of Arlington, Va.; brothers, William of Roanoke, Va:, Samu*1 of Kingston, Tenn.; sister, Mrs. Alfred Jiayo of Clearwater Beach, Fla. * [Service will be 10 a.m. Monday in the Village Chapel Presbyterian Church with Jhe Rev. Conrad G. Crow officiating. Burial will be in Evergreen Cemetery in Roanoke, Va. with graveside s.ervice at 4 p.m. * ;The family will receive friends from 2 to 4 p.m. and 7 to 9 p.m. today at J. E. Johnson Funeral Home, Kanawha City. * The family suggests that memorials be inade to the memorial fund at the Village Chapel Presbyterian Church or to the cancer fund. * Dewey Ellison * ,HINTON-Dewey Oscar Ellison, 76, of Hinton, died Friday in the Beckley V.A. Hospital. * He was a retired electrician and plumber. He was a member of the VFW and was ji veteran of World War I. * Surviving: wife. Nettie; son, Charles of Saudi Arabia; five grandchildren. * Service will be at 2 p.m. Monday in E.M. Meadows Funeral Home. Hinton. with the Jlev. C.H. Martin and the Rev. Hubert Groves officiating. Burial will be in Ereenbrier Burial Park, Hinton, Friends jnay call after 5 p.m. today. Mrs. Vonnie Frye '. SUMERCO - Mrs. Vonnie E. Frye. 73. Of Sumerco. Lincoln County, died Friday at home of an apparent heart attack. was a memberof the Alain Creek of Christ. ·**"' / He was a lifelong resident of Jackson great-grandchildren; County. He was a retired merchant and grandchildren, postmaster at Fletcher, Jackson County. Keller Funeral Home He served as a deputy sheriff in 1929 in charge of arrangements. Jackson County. .= Surviving: wife, Alice; sons, Paul of Welcome, N.C., Donald of Villa Park, 111., Neal of Columbus, Ohio; daughter, Mrs. Doris Gandee of Kenna; brother, Thomas B. of Dunbar; sister, Mrs. Mae Hamon of Dunbar;. 12 grandchildren; nine great- grandchildren. Service will be 1 p.m. Monday in Parsons Funeral Home, Ripley, with the Rev. Herman Gandee and the Rev. Vairl Winter officiating. Burial will be in Goshen Cemetery, Kehtuck, Jackson County. Friends may call at the funeral home. two great-great- ATLANTA, Ga. (AP)-Robbery apparently was the motive in the slaying of a retired Army colonel who helped pioneer night vision equipment used in Vietnam, police said Saturday. But authorities indicated they are investigating other possible motives. T!.,. .ody of Robert F. Bayard, 56, was found outside a cafeteria at a shopping mall Thursday, but he was not identified until Friday, when police located his car in the parking lot. Police said they round found money, identification cards or wallet and Bayard's pants pockets were turned inside out. The victim's wife told police he left his suburban Marietta home Thursday afternoon to look for a job in Atlanta. He had been shot in the left temple at close range with either a .32 or .28 caliber pistol, Detective D.W. Hensley said Friday. Bayard, who retired from the Army after the Vietnam War, helped develop night vision equipment used by the U.S. Army sniper team and started the U.S. Sniper School. Retired Judge On inn. 76, Dies WASHINGTON ( A P ) - T h o m a s D. Quinn, 76, retired judge of the District of Columbia Court of Appeals and former assistant director of the Federal Bureau of Investigation, died Friday of cancer. A native of Portsmouth, N.H., Quirin joined the FBI in 1927. He resigned as assistant director in 1937 to become administrative assistant to the U.S. attorney general, a position he held under f o u r attorneys general until 1943 when he was appointed a judge. He retired in 1966. AP Chief in Rome Dies ROME (AP)-Allan Jacks, chief of the Rome bureau of the Associated Press for the last 18 years, died of cancer Friday. He was 60. Jacks was a foreign correspondent for The Associated Press since 1952, assigned chiefly to Italy, Yugoslavia, Greece and Turkey. "Parents feel comfortable that their kids aren't taking dope." Rader said "They know drinking is legal and they may have alcohol in their own homes. "But the dangers oi it are terrific. We're seeing 12-year-olds in AA. Just think about what that means." According to Rader, 5 per cent of all seniors in American high schools are involved to some extent in alcohol use. Half a million teenagers in the United States are alcoholics, he said, but few are getting help to deal with their problem. Families of alcoholic teenagers often refuse to acknowledge that a problem exists. Rader said. "But the fact remains that it does lead to death. Alcoholism is a terminal disease. It affects every organ in the body and has the psychological and social effects, as well. " "It can be hidden. But if a person continues to drink in excessive amounts, he will die. There's no way around it. unless it's stopped." Rader said the dangers are critical for teenagers because the effects of alcoholism set in much more rapidly than they do in adults. "A teenager can become an alcoholic in 10 months, while it might take 10 years for an adult," he said. This is because adolescence is a particularly stressful period, he said. As a result, increasing amounts of alcohol are need to diminish the effects of that stress. Most teenagers learn how to cope with those stresses, Rader said, "but for others, alcohol becomes a magic drug that takes all those stresses away. In the long run, though, it doesn't work as well, plus it will kill." Theft Attempt Kills One, Injures One DENVER (AP)--An armored car guard was killed and another man seriously wounded during an attempted robbery in downtown Denver Saturday, police said. Leroy Ramirez, 28, of Adams City, was dead on arrival at Denver General Hospital, hospital officials said. Ramirez was recently hired by the Wells Fargo Co. Albert S. Johnson. 36, Denver, was in critical condition at the hospital. Police said Johnson is a suspect in the attempted holdup. The attempted robbery occurred in the underground parking garage of the May DF department store and the Denver Hilton Hotel Saturday morning. Police said they were summoned to the parking garage and found two men lying on the floor with wounds. Ten shots had been fired, five by each man, police said. A .357 magnum .38 caliber revolver were recovered along with a money pouch, officers said. Detectives Ralph Callahan and Russell Knapp said Ramirez entered the department store and took an elevator to the cashier's office in the basement to collect the store's July 4 receipts. When Ramirez returned with the cash in a locked bag, he was joined on the elvator by a janitor and the stickup man. Archie Utsey, the janitor, said both of the other men got off the elvator and he heard gunshots after the elevator left that level. Other witnesses also heard the shots and called police. (Cominued from Page 2D) Del. Charles Lohr's wife has returned home from a Man-land hospital . . . One astute political observer says a race between Gov. Moore and Sen. Robert Byrd. D-W. Va.. for Byrd's seat in 1976 is reasonable. Under his theory. Moore could advertise his good points from two administrations, cut Byrd's margin from 78 per cent six years ago to 55 per cent, and help President Ford, assuming Ford is the GOP candidate. Moore's campaign in 1976 would build up his image for the 1978 Senate race when Sen. Jennings Randolph. DW. Va.. is up for re-election or retirement . . . Public Service Commission Chairman Brooks Smith is known as a hard worker who closes his office door and "rolls up his sleeves," a figurative description for his concentration. . . ». A SURVEY at the end of the legislative session on gubernatorial candidates favored by delegates in the House showed 40 per cent for Jay Rockefeller and 60 per cent for Jim Sprouse . . . In southern counties, there's a report that State Sen. Warren McGraw, D-Wyoming. would catch on as a gubernatorial candidate . . . Correctional Director Gordon Faulkner attended the Southern States Correctional Association's meeting in Mississippi . . . Ron Pearson, the finance and administration commissioner, started to leave his office in his barefeet the other day. Pearson wasn't seeking a down-home image. He had blisters from playing tennis. He slipped off his shoes while seated at his desk. Some friends came in and Pearson was halfway out of his office on his way to lunch before he reali/ed he was shoeless. LESHMAN F MONUMENT CO. 722 Konowho Blvd. E. 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Pa.; stepsons, Frank Donate of Erbacon, Bailey Donate of Willoughby, Ohio; brother, Lee of Mentor, Ohio; sister Mrs. Mae Ware of Norfolk, Va.; 18 grandchildren; three great-grandchildren. Service will be 2 p.m. Monday in Dodd- Hurt Funeral Home. Webster Springs, with the Rev. Key Wayne officiating. Burial will be in Braxton County Memorial Park, near Sutton. Friends may call after 1 p.m. today. William Witt POMEROY, Ohio-William "Bill" Witt, 38, of Pomerory, Ohio, formerly of Ripley, died Friday in Parkersburg. He was an employe of the Kaiser Aluminum and Chemical Corp., Ravenswood. Surviving: wife, Sarah Sue of Pomeroy, Ohio; son, Gregory Damon at home; daughter, Basheba Ann at home; mother, Mrs. Wilma Henthorne of Spencer; brothers, Jim and Delman, both of Parkersburg, Robert Leon of Barberton, Ohio; sister, Mrs. Madge Camp of Spencer. Service will be 11 a.m. today in Parsons Funeral Home, Ripley, with the Rev. D.C. Guthrie officiating. Burial will be in the family plot in Pomeroy, Ohio. FOX, Delmar George -- Service will be ' 1 p.m. Monday in Rose-Quesenberry Funeral Home, Beckley, with the Rev. Ernest Barley officiating. Burial will be in Goddard Cemetery, Meadow Bridge. Friends may call after 6 p.m. today. Mr. Fox, .45, of Piney View, Raleigh County, died Friday in the Huntington V.A. Hospital after a long illness. KEENER, Dewey - Service will be 2 p.m. today in Laurel Run Baptist Church at Herold Route, Sutton, with the Rev. Martin Berisford officiating. Burial will be in Keener Cemetery. Survivors previously identified incorrectly are daughters, Mrs. Katheline White of Sutton and Mrs. Jacqueline Caldwell of Wildwood, Fla. Robertson Funeral Home, Sutton, is in charge of arrangements. BROWN, Lula -- Service will be 1 p.m. Monday in the Seventh Avenue Church of God, Charleston, with the Rev. John Duckwyler officiating. Burial will be in Spring Hill Cemetery. Friends may call from 6 to 8 p.m. today at the church. Mrs. Brown, 79, of St. Albans, was dead on arrival Wednesday at Thomas Memorial Hospital. Chatman Funeral Home. Logan, is in charge of arrangements. CRICHTON, GriTfitTT. "Bud" - Service will be 10 a.m. Monday in the First Presbyterian Church Chapel with Dr. William A. Benfield Jr. officiating. Burial will be in Sunset Memorial Park. Mr. Crichton, 58, of 1412 Sweetbriar Road died Wednesday, apparently of a heart attack. Friends may call today after 11 a.m. at Barlow-Bonsall Funeral Home. LYTTLE, Mrs. Madeline B. - Service will be 11 a.m. Monday in White-White Funeral Home, Richwood, with the Rev. Charles Daniels officiating. Burial will be in Floral Hills Cemetery, Charleston. Friends may call after 3 p.m. today. Mrs. Lyttle. 71, of Richwood, died Thursday in the General Division of the Charleston Area Medical Center. Kentucky Crash Kill 2 PIKEVILLE, Ky. (AP) - Two persons were killed Saturday afternoon when the small aircraft in which they were flying crashed shortly after taking off from the Pikeville airport, state police reported. The victims were identified as Dr. Ray Hayley, a physician and head of pathology at Pikeville Methodist Hospital, and Don Slone, a flight instructor at the airport. The plane, piloted by Hayley, took off from the airport, went about 500 feet and, according to witnesses, developed engine trouble: officers said. Hayley attempted to turn the plane around and make a crash landing into Lake Joe Anne, a private fishing lake just north of Pikeville, but the aircraft plunged nose first into an embankment surrounding the lake, officers said. Cause of the accident was under investigation. WHITE, Effie Mae - Service will be 1 p.m. today in Fidler and Frame Funeral Home with the Rev. Dwight Thornton officiating. Burial will be in the White Family Cemetery. Witcher. 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