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ISP -May 30, 1976 Death Notices (raadchildren. two (reat-grandehiklren. Sen-ice wiU begin it 11 ajn. Monday at Skidmore Funeral Home, Gassaway, with the Rev. Donald Cotenan officiating. Bur- ialwUl be in Bealb Mill Cemetery, near Gassavay. Visitors may call at the funeral borne after 7 pjn. today. Crissie Allen BECKLEY-Crissie Johnson Allen. 70, of Flat Top, died Saturday after a long illness. He was a native of Wyoming County, a member of the Flat Top Freewill Baptist Church, a resident of Flat Top for the past 20 years and a retired employe of United Fuel Gas Co. Surviving: wife, Mrs. Hallie Rogers Allen; sons, Anthony of Vienna, and James of Flat Top; daughters, Mrs. Everett Dorothy Broyles of Cashmere, W.Va., Mrs. Philip Barbara Stanley of Baltimore, Md., and Miss Sue Allen, at home; brother, William P. Allen of Glen Lyn, W.Va.; three sisters, Mrs. Zettie Combs of Kessler, Mrs. Ethel Redmond of Charleston, and Mrs. Maude McDonald of Flat Top; and eight grandchildren. Rose and Quesenberry Funeral Home, Beckley, is in charge of arrangements. mortal Park, Oak HilL Visitors may call at Tyre* Funeral Home here 6:30 to 9 p.m. Monday. The body will be takea to the church an hour before the service. To Resign Hobarl M. Ball ELKINS-Hobart M. Ball, 78, of Elkins, the owner of Elkins Distributing Co., died Friday in Memorial General Hospital here following a lengthy illness. He was a native of Junior, Barbour County, and a former resident of Kingsville, Randolph County, and a former resident of Kingsville, Ranolph County. He was a veteran of World War I and World War II, a member of the Elks, Fraternal Order of Eagles and Order of Redmen, and a Methodist. Surviving: wife, Mrs. Gladys Coffman Ball; stepsons, James S. Coffman, South Hills, Va.; Charles G. Coffman, Weston; William Coffman, Elkins; brothers, Monzel, Merritt Island, Fla.; Herman, Philadelphia; sister, Mrs. Harley Blanche Skidmore, Elkins; and six step-grandchildren. Services will be 2 p.m. Tuesday in John W. Lohr Funeral Home Chapel, Elkins, with the Rev. Kenneth Corley, Rev. Donald Lockhart and Rev. Meade Gutshall officiating. Burial will follow in Mountain State Memorial Gardens. Friends may call from 4 to 9 p.m. Monday at Lohr Funeral Home. BPOE Lodge 1135 will conduct services at the funeral home at 7 p.m. Monday. George EUswick George Boyd Ellswick, 54. of Mammoth, died Friday in Montgomery General Hospital after a short illness. He was a retired miner for Union Carbide Corp. in Sanderson, a veteran of World War II and a member of local union 6243, UMW District 17. Surviving: daughters, Mrs. RoseleUa' Allen of Mammoth, Mrs. Carolyn Randolph of Ripley; mother, Mrs. Rosie Ellswick of Mammoth; sister, Mrs. Anna Camp of Mammoth; four grandchildren. Service will be 1 p.m. Tuesday in Cook Funeral Home Chapel, Cedar agrove, with the Rev. Woodrow Beard officiating. Burial will be'in Kanawha Valley Memorial Gardens in Glasgow, with military rites couucted by Belle VFW Post 5269. Friends may call after 6 p.m. Monday at . the funeral home. Carl Sehott Carl William Sehott, 58, of 434 Green Valley Dr., St. Albans, died Saturday in Thomas Memorial Hospital after a long illness. He was a lab technician for Union Carbide with 33 years of service. He was a member of St. Marks Episcopal Church, St Albans. Surviving: wife, Wilma; daughters, Mrs. Laura Davis of Harrisfaurg, Pa.. Miss Martha Jane Scbott at home; son. Carl M. Sehott of South Charleston; stepdaughter. Miss Ann Marie Hill of St. Albans; stepsons, Thomas M. Reed and Sylvester Hill, both of South Charleston, Stephen Hill of St. Albans; mother, Mrs. Laura Wickline of Charleston; four grandchildren. Service will begin 1 p.m. Monday atCas- dorph-Curry Funeral Home, St. Albans, with the Rev. Max Kistner officiating. Burial will be in Graceland Memorial Park, Ruthdale. Visitors may call 2:30 to 4 p.m. and 7 to 9 p.m. today at the funeral home. Mrs. Helen Kalinowski GROVE CITY, Ohio-Mrs. Helen M. Kalinowski, 92, of Grove City, formerly of the Charleston, W. Va., area, died Friday at home. Surviving: son, Waller F., Bidwell, Ohio; daughters, Joann Burleson and Helen Stewart, both of Grove City; Frances Green of Batavia, Ohio and Virginia Edler of Burning Fork, Ky.; 19 grandchildren and 33 great-grandchildren. Service will be 11 a.m. Tuesday .in Our Lady of Perpetual Help Catholic Church, Grove City. Friends may call from 7 to 9 p.m. today and 2-4 p.m. and 8-9 p.m. Monday at Scnoedinger-Norris Chapel, 3574 North Broadway, Grove City. George Scott OAK HILL - George W. Scott, 70 of Oak Hill, died Wednesday in Fort My?rs, Fla. He was a retired employe of the Mew River Coal Co. and was a Mason. He belonged to the Scarbro United Methodist Church and was a native West Virginian. Surviving: wife, Mrs. Odessa Hamilton Scott; brother, John and Harry, both of Oak Hill; sister, Mrs. Marion McClung of Fort Myers, Fla. Service will be 11 a.m. Tuesday atTyree Funeral Home here with the Rev. Bill Menefee officiating. Burial will be in High Lawn Memorial Park with Masonic graveside rites. '. Visitors may call at the funeral home . 6:30 to 9 p.m. Monday. (C) \rir York Timrt Smite WASHINGTON-James H. Rademacher, president of the National Association of Letter Carriers, decided to step down from his office this summer because of growing pressure from his unhappy membership and strong competition from Vincent Sombrotto, the outspoken leader of the New York local. The outcome of the coming battle to succeed Rademacher may well shape labor- management relations in the 700.000-member Postal Sen-ice for some time to come. Rademacher, 54, who got his first taste of leadership in the 240.000-member union as head of the Detroit local, has lead the union since 1968. He was an influential force in getting the Post Office Department converted in 1970 to the public corporation called the Postal Service. He immediate used the new collective- bargaining powers of the union by masterminding the best settlements in the union's history--with a 60 per cent wage increase and superior fringe benefits. And yet, one member of the rank and file from New York City, hearing of Rademacher's announced intent this month to step down later this year, wrote him: "1 haven't been so elated since Adolph Hitler was killed . . . Too bad you couldn't take the honorable way out. like the Japanese generals did." Rose and Quesenberry Peace Chapel in Beckley, with the Rev. Bill Withers officiating. Burial will be in the Blue Ridge Memorial Gardens. Friends may call after 6 p.m. Monday. Mrs. Brown, 53, of Beckley, was dead on arrival Friday at Beckley Appalachian Regional Hospital. Jefferson Loses 1,000 Jobs CHARLES TOWN. W. Va. ap-Jef[ersoo Countv has lost a 800 million Miller brewery that would have provided jobs for f .000 persons to Eden. N. C. The Jefferson County Commission had just selected an engineering firm to do a feasibility study to assure Miller enough water and sewage facilities for the brewery 'when the decision was made. The North Carolina town was one of three locations in the final running for the plant. An 8) million bond issue was passed there to assure the plant sufficient water. Miller had taken an option to buv 1 .OOOacres of land formerly owned by the Byrd Orchards south of here. Jefferson County officials had'been working since last September to persuade Miller to locate a plant in the county. Henry Snyder Jr.. county commission president, said if the appraisal of the plant were conservative and set at $100 million, the assessment would have been one-half of $50 million. This would be more than one-third of the total assessments in Jefferson County. Christian Militias Accused in Killings BEIRUT. Lebanon (AP) - Palestinian guerrillas accused right-wing Christian militias Saturday of killing 17 persons, including women and children, in a rocket and artillery barrage on a vegetable market. A Palestinian spokesman called the one- hour bombardment, in which over 100 Palestinian refugees were wounded, one of the ugliest incidents in Lebanon's 14-month civil war and vowed revenge. The target of the midday barrage, the spokesman said, was the vegetable market of the Sabra refugee camp on the southern fringe of Beirut. "It happened as housewives crowded the market at the rush buying hour," the spokesman said. "Ambulances from the main hospitals of the Moslem half of Beirut, including the American University of Beirut Hospital, were unable to cope with the emergency." Richard Bragg BECKLEY-Richard Raymond Bragg, 77, of Sullivan, W. Va., died Saturday at Beckley Hospital after a long illness. He was a native of Summers County, a member of the Church of Crist, a retired coal miner and a member of UMW Local 7086. Mr. Bragg had lived in Raleigh County for the past 50 years. Surviving: wife, Mrs. Goldie Lilly Bragg; sons, Leslie E. of Waverly, Ky., Leonard C. of Daniels, Cecil C. of Rock Falls, 111., Paul D. of Rock Falls, 111., Earl W. of Beckley, Donald C. of Sullivan and Cletis M. of Sullivan; daughters, Mrs. F.H. AHmon, Mrs. Leburn Berry and Mrs. Billy Butler, 'all of Rock. Falls, 111, and Mrs. Frank Kovach of Daniels; brother, Russell E. of Wilmington, Del.; .sister,' Mrs. R. E. Birchfield of Lester; 25 grandchildren; and 3 great-grandchildren. Services will be at 1 p.m. Monday at Rose and Quesenberry Peace Chapel in. Beckley with the Rev. L'.A. Garten officiating. Burial will be in Tildoii Cemetery on Sullivan Road.. . ' Friends may call at the funeral home after 6 p.m. today. Crystal Brooks SUTTON- Crystal Dawn Brooks, the Injay-old daughter of Mrs.: Bonnie-Shaw Brooks of Little Birch, Braxton County, died Friday in Summersville Memorial Hospital. -; Also surviving: maternal grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Bert Shaw of Little Birch. . Service will be 2 p.m. Monday at Robertson Funeral Home, Sutton, with the Rev. Billy Griffin officiating. Burial will be in Barker Ridge Cemetery, Wolf Rock, Sutton. Visitors may call at the funeral home after 4 p.m. today. . Sarah Lucas DANVILLE-Mrs. Sarah Lucas, 88, of Danville, Boone County, died Saturday in. Boone Memorial Hospital after a long illness. She was a member of the Madison Church of Christ. Surviving: dauthter, Mrs. NinaL. Ritter of Madison; son, Cyril Ball of Danville; six grandchildren/seven great-grandchildren. Service will be 2 p.m. Monday at the Handley Funeral Home here with minister Brady Duty and minister Vernon Mullens officiating. Burial will be in Madison Memory Gardens. Visitors may call at the funeral home from 6 to 9 p.m. today. Mrs. Florence Brown ELKINS -.Mrs. Florence Bell Lambert Brown, 87, of Frank, Pocahontas County, and a former Elkins resident, died here Friday in Davis Memorial Hospital following a lengthy illness. She was a native of Jenningston, Tucker County, and a Methodist. Surviving: daughters, Mrs. Victor Kathlyn Collins of Frank, Mrs. Joyce Ward of Hyattsville, Md.; son, Paul of Seattle, Wash.; brothers, T.G. Lambert of Elkins, Bradford Lambert of Morgantown; sisters, Mrs. Alonda Ferrell of Morgantown, Mrs. Gladys Keller of Hagerstown, Md.; and four grandchildren and five great- grandchildren. Services will be 1:30 p.m. Monday in the John W. Lohr Funeral Home Chapel here, with the Rev. Walter H. Blough officiating. Burial will be at Flannagan Hill Cemetery in Tucker County. Friends may call at Lohr Funeral Home from 5 to 9 p.m. Sunday. Marie Morris Mrs. Marie Morris, 71,.of 802'B St, St. Albans, was dead on arrival Friday at Thomas Memorial Hosptial after a three- month illness. She was a member of the Presbyterian Church and the Eastern Star lodge. ; ;. Surviving: sister^Mrs. R. L. Kirkbf:'_ Bradenton, Fla. · Service will be 2:30 p.m. Monday in Cas- dorphrCurry Funeral Home with the Rev. Robert Kirkpatrick officiating. Burial will be in Teays Hill Cemetery, St. Albans. Visitors may call 2-4 and 7-9 p.m. Sunday at the funeral home. . ; Farley Null BUFFALO - Farley Null, 72, of Rt. 1, Buffalo, died Friday in General; Division OtCAMC. . .'.:,.·:_'· . He was a farmer and store owner and belonged to the Turkey Branch Community Church. Surviving: wife', Lola; sons, George A. of Nitro, Emory of Buffalo; daughter, Dotty Lou at home, foster daughters, San. dy and Ella, both at home, foster son, Roy at home; sisters, Mrs! Lizzie Rollins and. Mrs. Rosa Smith, both of Red House, Mrs. Lucy Smith of Chillicothe, Ohio,-Mrs. Anna Smalley of Liberty; three grandchildren. Service will be,2 p.m. Monday in Raynes Funeral Home here with the Rev. Ben Workman and the Rev. Otto Myers offi- .ciating. Burial will be in Grandview Cemetery, Red House. Visitors may call at the funeral home noon to 9 p.m. today. The family suggests that memorials be made to the Turkey Branch Community Church fund. Delton Sigley RICHWOOD-Delton Fremon "Popeye" Sigley, 55, of Rt. 1, Summersville, died Thursday in the Beckley V.A. Hospital after a long illness. . He was a 30-year resident of Nicholas County and a veteran of World War II. Surviving: wife, Helen Coffman Sigley; father, Emest G. Sigley of Reedsville; brothers, Rodney C. of Tunnel ton, Grover C. of Fellowsville; sisters, Mrs. Opal Russell, of Gauley Mills, Mrs. Cleo Saukels of Pittsburgh, Pa., Mrs. Lula Bell Bolyard of Tunnelton, Mrs. Lola Nell Braham of Spring Grove, Pa., Mrs. Virginia Knots of Reedsville. The body will be transfered today from the Simons-Coleman Funeral Home here to the Morgan Funeral Home in Reedsville, where service will be held 2 p.m. Monday with the Rev. William H. Daughtery officiating. Burial will be in Red Oak Cemetery, Reedsville. GRIFFEE, Mn. Opal E.-Service will be 2 p.m. today in Wilson Funeral Home with the Rev. Ralph Thompson Jr. and the Rev. John Bowyer officiating. Burial will be in Floral Hills Cemetery, Pocatalico. Mrs. Griffee, 61, of 801 Bauer Ave., died Thursday. LILLY, Venwn Delaware-Service will be 2 p.m. Tuesday in Wallace-Wallace Funeral Home, Rainelle, with the Rev. Esker Groves officiating. Burial will be in Wallace Memorial Cemetery, Clintonville. Mr. Lilly, 39, of River Rouge, Mich., died Wednesday. Visitors may call at the funeral home after 6 p.m. today. THOMAS, George M.-Service will be 11 a.m. Tuesday in Wilson Funeral Home with the Rev. P. Dean Boyer officiating. Burial will be in Mountain View Cemetery. Mr. Thomas, 74, of 1336 Stuart St., died Friday. Visitors may call at the funeral home 7-9 p.m. today and Monday. Tanya Stone CLAY-Tanya Dawn Stone, 3, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. .tyrus H. Stone Jr., of Lizemoref died Saturday in Montgomery General Hospital after a short illness. Surviving, in addition to parents: sister, Belinda at home; grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Delbert Gray of Lizemore, Mr. and Mrs. Carl Stone of Indore and Mr. and Mrs. Tyrus Stone of Marietta, Ohio;grandparents, Mrs. Rosa .Woods of Harrison and Mr. and Mrs. Fred Stone of Lizemore. · . · Wilson-Funeral Home of Clay is in charge of arrangements. Mrs. Link Oldaker DURBIN-Mrs. Link Irene Oldaker, 84, of Durbin, Pocahontas County, died Wednesday in Davis Memorial Convalescent Home in Elkins. Surviving: sons, Lt. Col. Quinn L. Ft. Lauderdale, Fla., and Ernest Carroll, Morgantpwn;.four grandchildren; two great-grandchildren. Service will be 2 p.m. today in Durbin Methodist Church with the Rev. William Trowbridge and the Rev. David Ritlen- house officiating. Burial will be in Bartow Church Cemetery. Wallace-Wallace Funeral Home of Arbovale is in charge of arrangements. Andrew Easton OAK HILL - Andrew "Andy" Easton Jr., 68, of Oak Hill, died Friday in Raleigh General Hospital, Beckley, after a brief illness. He was a native of Fayette County and a member of th Oak Hill Baptist Church. He was a veteran of World War II and belonged to the Masons. Mr. Easton was a retired superviser for Westmoreland Coal Company's Clifflop mine. Previously, he was an inspector for the Stale Department of Mines. Surviving: wife, Veva Bragg Adams Easton; son, Andrew III of Gallipolis, Ohio: stepson, Ren D. Adams of Rye. N.Y.: stepdaughter. Mrs. Kay Simmons of - Honolulu. Hawaii: brothers. Alex of Beckley. Robert of Frankford. Ky.; sisters. Mrs. Elizabeth Thompson and Miss Ruth Easton. both of Beckley. Mrs. Agnes Nelson of Roanoke. Va.. Mrs. Nettie Bragg of Oak Hill: seven grandcruldren. Senrice win be 2 p.m. Tuesday at Oak Hill Baptist Church with the Rev. Randolph Johnson officiating. Masonic grave- de rites will be hjd at High Lawn Me- Lake Pennington BECKLEY-Lake Pennington, 75, of Cranberry, raleigh County, died Saturday al Pinecrest Hospital in Beckley after a short illness. Mr. Penninglon is a native of Bozzo, Monroe County. Surviving are several nephews and nieces. The body is at Rose and Quesenberry Funeral Home. Beckley. pending completion of arrangements. Frank Holcomb CLAY-Francis "Frank" Holcomb, 72, of Lizemore, died Saturday in Charleston Memorial Hospital after a short illness. He was a retired coal miner for Carbon Fuel Co. and attended the Christian Church at Lizemore. Surviving: sons, Billy and Charles, both of Cleveland, Ohio, daughters, Miss Peggy Holcomb of Lizemore, Mrs. Emogene Moore of Behtree and Mrs. Dorthy Legg of Clay; brothers, Wilford and James, both of Indore; sisters, Mrs. Laura Morton of Bentree, Mrs. Beth Legg of Indore and Mrs: Lula Holcomb of Chicago; and 13 grandchildren and three great-grandchil- . dren. Services will be at 2 p.m. Monday at Wilson Funeral Home, Clay, with the Rev. Jennings Holcomb .officiating. Burial will be in Holcomb Cemetery at Lizemore. Friends may call from 6 to 9 p.m. today at the funeral home. ALEXANDER, Mrs. Betty Laura Service will be 1 p.m. Tuesday at the Giles Church of God of Prophecy with the Rev. Albert Fannin and Rev. Irvin Woodrum officiating. The body will be entombed temporarily at Tyler Mountain Memory Gardens until construction of Kanawha Valley Memorial Gardens at Glasgow is complete. Then the body is to be permanently interred at Glasgow. Mrs. Alexander, 33. of 1217 Copenhaver Dr., died Friday. The body will be taken to the home of a brother, Bill Williams of Acme, at 5 p.m. Monday from Pryor Funeral Home, East Bank, and will be taken to the church an hour before the service. ROBERTS, Ora A.--Scripture reading will be held at the Bartlelt-Burdette Funeral Home at 7 p.m. Monday. Funeral mass will be held at 10 a.m. Tuesday at Christ the King Catholic Church, Dunbar, with the Rev. Richard Schaefer officiating. Burial will be in Tyler Mountain Memory Gardens. Mr. Roberts, 73, of 2300 Charles Ave., Dunbar, was killed Friday in a car crash in 1-64 near the Winfield interchange. AT LEAST 40 rounds of Frenchmade incendiary rockets and 155mm American- made howitzer cannon shells shattered the camp's market, the spokesman said. "This crime will not go unpunished," the spokesman said. "Rockets from guerrilla launching bases already are flying toward the Christian populated eastern sector of the capital. An eye for an eye and a tooth for a tooth.' 1 Fighting also flared in mountain summer resorts overlooking the capital and in northern Lebanon, police reported. More than 90 persons were killed and 200 wounded during 4 hours of fighting on all fronts of the sectarian conflict that has killed nearly 26,000 since April 1975, the spokesman saioV Leband^ lop leftist warlord, Kamal Jumblatt, returned to Beirut from funeral services for his assassinated sister. Jumblatt was quoted by the leftist press as saying her slaying would not affect his attempts with Lebanon's President-elect Elias Sarkis to arrange for an armistice and a round table Moslem-Christian peace conference. . In other Lebanese developments: » Jumblatt said in a radio interview broadcast in Paris that French Uerventlon in the Lebanese struggle "should be limited to an invitation to the opposing sides to organize roundtable talks in France." He made the comment after France had offered to send troops to Lebanon to monitor a cease-fire. Palestinian leader Yasir Arafat visited Libya on Friday amid reports of a Libyan campaign to enlist Syria in a grouping of hard-line anti-Israeli countries against Egypt. Libya has criticized Egypt as a traitor to the Arab cause since last September's troop withdrawal agreement with Israel. Iraq and Algeria were also reported to be members of the group opposed to Egypt's "capitulatlonist schemes." Predawn Blazes Kill Four in Ohio A 14-year-old Cambridge |irl lost home and family, and a 10- year-old Carlyle Township girl lost her life Saturday, at predawn blazes killed four In two Ohio fires.' Stella Gilflllen of Cambridge escaped through a second-story window, but she was the only member of her family who did as fire gutted two ground floor rooms of her home. She wis hospitalized in serious condition. The dead were identified by the fire department at Joseph Gilflllen, 49; his wife, Patricia, 49; and their son, David, 12. Elyria fire officials said 10- year-old Charlotte Starcher of Carlyle Townihip was killed Saturday in a second predawn blaze. Fire officials said the girl's father started to carry her downstairs, but the panicked and ran back up where she died in the flames. That fire left Charles SUrcher, 35, Charlotte's father, hospitalized In serious con-' dillon with burns over 30 to 40 per cent of his body, hospital officials said. One brother, David, 15, was treated and released, but another, Donald, 13, was In fair condition suffering from smoke Inhalation. The Elyria fire department said two fire fighters also were treated for smoke Inhalation. The Elyria fire apparently started on the back porch, but officials could not say what the cause was. The blaze, reported at about 1:50 a.m., destroyed the wood- frame structure. \ . Authorities in Cambridge also were hot sure what caused that fire. A second family that lived in the building escaped without injury, · BOLL RENTAL SERVICE WHITTINGTON, Chirles-Service will be 11 a.m. Monday in Rose and Quesenberry Peace Chapel in Beckley, with Rev. Ernest Barley officiating. Burial will be in Prosperity Cemetery. Friends may call after 6 p.m. Sunday at the funeral home. Mr. Whittington, 60, of Prosperity, died Thursday in Veteran's Administration Hospital in Richmond, Va., after a long illness. CLESHMAN | MONUMENT CO. 222K«mwtHilr»d.E. PHONE 343-M5S ·MUCH DISPLAYS AT IECKLET, LEWISIUK SPHKflMKHWOOO Was The Grave Of Yourl oved One M a r k e d This Memorial Day? Why The Time Is Now To Make Your Selection 1. Great Savings 2. Ideal Weather 3. Your Memorial is Produced by Master Craftsmen ·1. 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