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IOC--Ana. 27, 1972 ^Sunday Gazette-Mail Chsrltston, Wt»t Vrflnli Death Notices Oscar Billos ;the Freewill Baptist Church at V/Wl. 411 U111WP F ~ " ~~ LEWISBURG-Oscar Sam Bil- lFalrda le- los, 69, of Lewisburg, Green-' Surviving: husband, James; brier County, died Friday Giles Memorial Hospital Pearisburg. Va. ji parents, Mr. and Mrs. Alfrec i n Persinger o f Crab Orchard i brothers, Harold of Burbank Vtii IOUUI K « V (X. 1 ·* » - » - » · · v * v » vf. jkSMt fc/utut , He was a retired restaurant i Ohio Ban-ell of Oklahoma, Del- · - · · · ' mus of Crab Orchard and Bill of ;ld, Ohio; sisters. Miss Persinger, at home, Mrs Mrs. Caroline of Crab Or- owner in Lewisburg, a member of the Lewisburg United odist Church and a member the Greenbrier Masonic in Lewisburg. Lodge Shelva Cox and Thompson, both *ard. Surviving: wife, Angeleki;i sons, Johnny of Narrows, Va., Service will be 1 p.m. Monday Leo of Lewisburg: daughters, at the Rose-Quesenberry Funer , Mrs. Mary Tutor and Mrs. Victor}' Sombronski, both of Colurn al Home in Beckley with the wui ui w/mui Rcv - Wesley Grose" officiating. bus", Ohio; sister, Mrs. Ourania i Burial will be in Sunset Memori- Kontopanos of Greece; brother,j al p a r k m Beckley. Friends Theodore Billos of Greece; fivei m a y cal1 at tne funeral home grandchildren. after 4 Pm - today- Service will be held at 5 p.m today at the Lewisburg United and Daniel, both at home. David of Chico, Calif.: daughters. Mrs Margaret Mazur of Battle Creek, Mich., Mrs. Mildrec Mills of Baileysville; brothers Paul Ream of Wrightsvillc, Pa., Hiram Ream of Westover. Md. and John Ream of Florissant, Mo.: sisters, Mrs. Miriam Hartman of Westover, Md., Mrs. Anna Brubaker and Mrs. Mar)' Gunning, both of Elizabethtown, Pa., Mrs. Martha Shirk of Mount Joy. Pa., Mrs. Rachel Gordon of Marion Station, Md.; four grandchildren. Service will be 4 p.m. Monday at the Shady Springs Pentecostal Holiness Church with the Rev. Leonard Repast officiating. Burial will be in the Pemberton Cemetery. Friends may call at Jie Rose-Quesenberry Funeral florr.e in Beckley after 5 p.m. :oday and the body will be taken to the church one hour be 'ore the service. Methodist Church with the Rev. Charles Dent UNION--Charles S a m u e l ory Gardens at Victor. Friends may call at the funeral homei after 5 p.m. today. Mrs. Bessie Sharp RATNELLE--Mrs. B e s s i e Stacv Groscup and the Rev. 0. De^ 53 » f Union. Monroe «narp 66 of Meadow Bluff, W Lynch officiating. Burial will County died Saturday at his Greenhner County, died Friday K» ,,, «,. Rn«wnTM. rwYirtPrv at home after a short illness. at her home after a long illness. be in the Rosewood Cemetery at Lewisburg with Masonic rites . He was a brick mason for the Lewisbure won Masonic rues *"-""· ""'"-".'""°""'"' ""· performed. Jack K. Wallace Fu-ipelanese Corp in Pearisburg, T^.,,1 u^mo in T^khiiru ;« iniVa., a member of the Indian neral Home in Lewisburg is in charge of arrangements. In lieu cf flowers the family requests donations be made to the Greenbrier East Spartan Boosters. Ralph Burton Ralph W. Burton, 79. of 103 Creek Masonic Lodge and a World War II veteran. Robert Parsons RIPLEY-Robert H. "Bob 1 Parsons, 79, of Sandyville, Jackson County, was dead on arrival Friday at Jackson General Hospital in Ripley. He was a member of the Mount Hope Church of God in Sandyville and a retired farmer. Surviving: wife, Emma Miller Parsons; sons, Veril D. of Newport News. Va. and Cecil E. of Sandyville; d a u g h t e r , Mrs. ^aurena Burdette of Melbourne, ria.: brother, Holley F. Parsons of Melbourne, Fla.; sisters, Mrs. Nancy Parrish of Sandyville and Mrs. Rosa Burroughs of Akron, Ohio. Service will be to 3 p.m. today at the Mount Hope Church of Jed in Sandyville with the Rev. Lincoln Jones and the Rev. Creel Kerns officiating. Burial will be in the church cemetery. The body is at the Parsons Funeral Home in Ripley where friends may call. Incomparable Spirit' Francis Chichester Dies Surviving: wife, Mrs. JuanitaiService. She was a resident of Meadovr Bluff for 31 years, a member of the Sam Black United Methodist Church and a member of the Women's Society of Christian Mrs. Ella Watts BECKLEY--Mrs. Ella Watts, 71, of Cool Ridge, Raleigh County, died Friday hi Huntington State Hospital after a long ill- Dickson Dent; son, Charles Jr. daughters, Vickie of Union; June Dent and Connie Jean Deant, both at home; brother, Sharp of Charleston, Ralph Dav- Surviving: husband. Garland; daughter, Mrs. Louise Stanley of Charleston; sons, Harry D. Iness. ager was a retired traffic man- -:·-- -· for the Dickinson Fuel Co.i? lster ' Mrs William W. and Herbert H.'iis and Charley Gladwell. bnth of both of Levittown, ~ F. of Rich Pa., and Jo-jHampton. Va.; sisters, Creek, Va.;|Losha Wolfe and Mrs. Mrs Mae Surviving: wife. Anna; daugh- B** E cXne a of "sTmmfpoft ^"^. * the Broy^McGuire ion. Service will be held stepdayghter. Mrs. C a r o l e French of St. Albans; sons, Ralph Jr. and John of Charleston; sisters, Mrs. Jonnie Mih- Funeral Home in Union with the Rev. Neal Dent officiating. Burial will be in Fair view Cemetery near Keenan with Masonic rites performed. Friends may call al Blanche Emmons, all of Houston, Tex.; brother, Albert of Huston. Friends may call from noon to 9 p.m. today "at Wilson Funeral Home. Sendee will be 1 p.m. Monday, with the Rev. J. Harrell Hill officiating. Burial will be in Spring Hill Cemetery. Mrs. Adeline Burnett LANSING--Mrs. Adeline Genevie Burnett, 65, Lansing, Fayette County, died Saturday in the Montgomery General Hospi tal after a short illness. She was a member of the Lansing Baptist Church. Surviving: son, Elbert D "Whity" Burnett of Powellton; daughters, Mrs. Frances Settle of Lansing and Mrs. Wanda Lee Ferrell of California; half-brother, Herbert Smith of Montgomery; sisters, Mrs. Annie Thomas of Montgomery and Mrs. Leona Edwards of Weirton; seven grandchildren and two great- grandchildren. Service will be 1 p.m.. Monday in the Lansing Baptist Church in Lansing with the Rev. Mark McClung and the Rev. Russell Pannell officiating. Burial will be in Montgomery Memorial Park at London. The body is at the Dodd-Payne Funeral Home in Fayetteville where friends 1 home may call from 5 to 9 p.m. today. Mrs. Rita Brock BECKLEY-- Mrs. Rita Kay Brock, 22, of Crab Orchard, Ra leigh County, died Friday at Charleston General Hospital after a short illness. She was a lifelong resident of Crab Orchard and a member of today. Nelson Dunn POCA--Nelson Dunn, 54, of Santa Fe, Calif., formerly of Poca, Putnam County, died Friday in Santa Fe after a short illness. Surviving: wife, Carmen; son, Dean, at home, sisters, Mrs. Oma Casto of Home Twon, Mrs. Opal Washington of Crosslanes, Mrs. Kathleen Davidson of Columbus, Ohio, Mrs. Neola Boggess of Nitro; brothers, Omar Dunn of Charleston Rt. 4, and Leroy Sigmon of Poca Rt. 1. Service and burial will be held Monday in Santa Fe. Elmer Gilkeson BECKLEY-Elmer Leonard Gilkeson, 45, of Beard, Pocahontas County, died Friday at his home after an apparent heart attack. He was a native of Sprague, Raleigh County, a World War II veteran, and a former pressman for the Beckley Newspaper Atkins of Un- Wolfe, both of Poca, Mrs. Lilli an Conaway of Red House, Mrs. Phyllis Thacker of Nitro, Mrs. Rifby Westfall of St. Albans; brothers, Orville Westfall, Earl Westfall, Lawrence Westfall and Laney Westfall, all of Pooa, Garland and Robert, both of Nitro. Service will be held at 2 p.m Monday at Sam Black United Methodist Church with the Rev. Rex Ball and the Rev. Bernard Skeen officiating. Burial will be in the Wallace Memorial Mausoleum. The body will be taken to the residence at 1 p.m. today and to the church one hour prior to the service. Wallace- a m. She was a native of Crab Orchard, Raleigh County, and a member of the Freewill Baptist Church. Surviving: son. Eugene Prince of Ghent; sister, Mrs. Mary Smith of Easton, Pa.; two grandchildren. Sendee will be 2:30 p.m. today at the Rose-Quesenberry Funeral Home in Beckley with the Rev. Clifford Kirk officiating. Burial will be in the Williams Cemetery at White Oak. Mrs. Annie Withrow MOUNT HOPE-Mrs. Annie Virginia Withrow, 70, of Mount Hope, Fayette County, died in Cabell-Huntington Hospital after a short illness. She was a member of the 1 Mount Hope Christian Church and a native of Fayette County. S u r v i v i n g : sons, Kenneth Withrow of Mount Hope, Tom- PLYMOUTH, England-WV- Sir Francis Chichester, who was knighted by his queen after sail ing alone around the world a age 65, died Saturday at the. Royal Navy Hospital here. He would have been 71 next month He had entered the hospita Aug. 18 with a worsening of an ailment that knocked him out o the transatlantic singlehandec sailing race in June. Chichester had a malignant growth on his spine that result ed in anemia. He was receiving blood transfusions and other treatment for this but just hours before he died had developec pneumonia. His wife, Lady Chichester, and their son Giles were at his bedside. "Sir Francis Chichester died peacefully at 2:30 this afternoon," a hospital announcement said. It was in 1967 that Sir Francis set sail from England for a one-stop voyage alone around the world in his 53-foot yacht Gipsy Moth IV. Even before he completed his journey, Queen Gun Wound Kills Cabell Resident, 34 MILTON--A 34-year-old Cabell County man died here Saturday of a self-inflicted g u n s h o t wound, state police in Huntington said. Troopers identified the dead man as Thomas Arthur Mullins of Culloden in Cabell County. Elizabeth II made him a knight His decision to circumnavigate the globe alone at an age when mod men retired captured the hearts of his countrymen and he received a hero's welcome on his return. He was not the first man to sail solo around the world. New Englander Joshua Slocum did in 1898 but his stops were numer- INitro Elementary; Plans Enrollment i Students planning to enter Nitro Elementary School for the first time are asked to enrol immediately between the hours of 8 a.m. and noon and 1 p.m until 2:30 p.m. during weekdays Those transferring from other schools should bring report cards and other pertinent information. Kindergarten and firs year students must present both birth certificates and immu oization records. ous. Chichester made only one stop, at Sydney, Australia. He was the first to do this. But he had to fight gales and mountainous icebergs as ... Horn on the tip of South America. He sailed 14,000 miles out to Australia in 107 days and 15,500 miles in 119 days to make it Dack to Britain. seas and dodge he rounded Cape The trip around Africa to Aus- ;ralia was enough to earn him n's knighthood. He was still in Sydney preparing for his trip home when Buckingham Palace made the announcement. On his return, Queen Elizabeth dubbed him Sir Francis with the sword of another illus- :ripus seafarer from the reign of Elizabeth I--that of Sir Francis Drake i News of Chichester's death j nought i m m e d i a t e tributes | from Prime Minister Edward j Heath, a yachtsman himself, | who spoke of Sir Francis' "incomparable spirit," and the Royal Western Yacht Club of Plymouth which called him, "our most illustrious commo-i dore." Francis Charles Chichester was born Sept. 17, 1901 and| Personal Attention Our Personal Attention, when you are called upon to put a loved one to rest, and the burden of your grief makes attention to details d i f f i c u l t , rely upon us to carry out your every wish in the selection of a final resting place. M ONTGOMERY MEMORIAL PARK London, W. Vi., on Route 60 Dial 442-9212 Office, Mont{omer;,W.Va. Dial 442-4601 For Comfort, Economy Efficiency, Equip A SICKROOM in Your Home made a reputation as a daredev-; il flier in the 1920s. Chichester took up sailing lat- George Siems Corp. Surviving: brothers, Bernard of Grandview and Glen of Renick; sisters, Mrs. Louise Amato of Beckley, Mrs. Nell Anderson of Beaver, Mrs. Maggie Cline of Bradley, Mrs. Mildred Bowman of Roswell, New Mexico, Mrs. Doris Baldinell of Ruidosa, V, M., Mrs. Mary Meeker of Cool Ridge, Mrs. Lyla Gilbert of Detroit. Mich., Mrs. Toni Anderson of Seabrook. Md., and Mrs. r reida Meadows of Landover Hills, Md. TIT |i T - 1 . H i U l L W Y f \JL -H-HJUiJL. J-AUl^tj JL UlU. Wallace Funeral Home in Rai- mv wuhrow of Parma, Mich., nelle is in charge of the ar- G ^ rge of Upper Marlboro, rangements. Md / dau g hterS; j^, Jean Elk . ins of Spring Arbor, Mich. Betty Carpenter of Jackson, Mich., Mrs. Iris Giles of Huntington; brother, John Lewis of Whit.esville: 14 grandchildren. The body is at Tyree Funeral Home in Mount Hope. Arrangements are incomplete. MOUNT HOPE - George Henry Siems Sr., 81, of Mount Hope, Fayette County, died Friday at Appalachian Regional Hospital in Beckley after a short illness He was a retired civil engineer and highway contractor, a native of Baltimore, Md., a former assistant for Kanawha county engineer County, former county engineer for Fayette County and a former member oi the American Society of Civil Engineers and the Contractors Association of West Virginia. Among the structures he designed were the Mount Hope football stadium and the Mount Hope bypass. Surviving: wife, Mrs. Carolyn Lagrange Siems; son, George H. Siems Jr. of Mount Hope; brother, Leonard A. A. Siems of Baltimore, Md. Service will be held at 11 a.m. Monday at Tyree Funeral Home in Mount Hope with the Rev Ted Jaeger Jr. and the Rev Robert Hett officiating. Burial will be in the Huse Memorial Park in Fayetteville. Friends day at the Rose-Quesenberry Funeral Home in Beckley with the Rev. Gene Hall officiating. Burial will be in Sunset Memori- BOLL RENTS WHEEL CHAIRS Equipped To Fit The. Individual's N«*d ALL TYPES IN STOCK! , . A » W , j.iv*. - -- . * . **i j. M ^ V L L C V I H C , . r i l C i J t I i ) Service will be 2:30 p.m. Mon- TMay call at the funeral home ...... ^. · . for from 7 to 9 p.m. today. Mr?. Ruth Sizemore LEWISBURG-Mrs. Rulh Ann Sizemore, 55, of Renick, Greenbrier County, died Saturday at Greenbrier Valley Hospital after a long illness. She was a member of the Band of Hope Baptist Church and a I Mrs. Edna Zimmerman Tr V · V/HtW4*V*3MiI ll/VIV U}J OGULlllg iaL~ He shot himself with a shot- er in life, starting with a sec- T, |ondhand boat, and built his rep- gun, police said. Mullins was a used automobile parts dealer in Milton. S u r v i v i n g : wife, Deloris; daughter, Anita, at home; mother, Mrs. Opa Mullins, of Alkol in Lincoln County; sisters, Mrs. Carolyn Bird of Yawkey in Lin- utation as a navigator until he won the solo transatlantic race from Plymouth to New York in I960. His time of 60 days clipped' 16 off the existing record. uaroiyn uira or xawKey in Un- « T xr , TM . coin County, Mrs. Judy AdkinsjIN GW IO1*K 11*3111 Robber Arrested of Huntington, Mrs Jean Perry, of Ona in Cabell County; brothers, Gary Mullins of Milton, John Mullins of Griffithsville in Lincoln County. Service will be 2 p m. Monday at the Eastern Gate United Baptist Church in Huntington with in Charleston Memorial Hospital after a short illness. She was a lifelong resident of Charleston and a Methodist. Surviving: son, Paul J. Zimmerman of St. Albans; sisters, Mrs. Sherman C a r l i s l e of Charleston, Mrs. Pat Doyal of Rock Hill, S. C.; brother, Dewey H. Connery and Harold Con- ncry, both of St Albans; one grandchild; two great-grand- chiodren. j Service will be held at 2 p.m., Monday at Bartletl-Burdette Funeral Home with the Rev. Em- ing. Burial will be in Memorial Park in Milton. Friends may call at 4 p.m. today at the Heck Funeral Home in Milton. Dual German Membership NEW YORK OR -- A man was arrested here Saturday for robbing a train. Police said Lawrence Carter, 22, of Brooklyn, was charged with robbery and weapons possession after he allegedly tookj 5130 in cash from two Long I Island Railroad conductors on' an early morning run to Long! dered to an ofi-duty railroad Beach. Police said Carter surren- policeman who had chased him through one railroad car and had fired a warning shot. k i L ! ^ BOLL RENTS 4 HOSPITAL A BEDS AND BED 'ACCESSORIES! WE RENT EVERYTHING FOR THE SICKROOM! j Konaorh* Vail, f t Only Com- ' p'vfv Sickroom Rant al S«rvic* 4 · Aluminum Walkere.les I (Adj.) r · Bed Pans · Sitz Baths 4 · Bedside Commodes I · Over-bed Tables · Decubitus Pads A WANT ADS get quick Action! UI PHONE 342-3431 V Frt* Parkinf Al Our Door WE DELIVER BOLL L SERVI VE.. CHARLESTON A RENTAL SERVICE 717 BICUY AVE.. I In V. N. Eyed \ MUNICH, G e r m a n y -- u n -- \ ....... ,_ Chancellor Willy Brandt of West mitt Hall officiating. Burial will!Germany and U.N. Secretary- be in Cunningham MemoriallGeneral Kurt Waldheim met' Park in St. Albans. Friends may Saturday and agreed that East call at the funeral home. al Park in Beckley. Friends may call at the funeral after 5 p.m. today. home Mrs. Annie Hopkins CLAY--Mrs. Annie Hopkins, [ -- · · -«-"»* j . ^ v j ^ n i . ' i i w ' , v* A A V / J J t A J a L / L l d L V / I 1 U I C l l ( |80, of Clay, Clay County, died lifelong resident of Renick. Friday at the home of her sister, Mrs. Samantha Nichols, of an apparent heart attack. She was a member of the Buffalo Valley Baptist Church S u r v i v i n g : sisters, Mrs. 'Frances White and Mrs. Sylvia McKinney, both of Clay; brothers, Andy Adkins of Bentree, Surviving: husband, Bates; sisters, Mrs Hazel Cook of Baltimore, Md., Miss Marion Walton of Charleston, Mrs. Erma Walton of Renick; borlhers, Junior of Charleston, and George of Clintonville. i Service will be held at 2 p.mJ ton and West Germany should join! -- . 'the United Nations, a spokes- ·ii i i ,j ' Bll| y-Service |man for Brandt announced. will be held at 2 p.m. Monday! Bonn government spokesman at Cook-Pauley Funeral Home!Conrad Ahlers said Waldheim mN;tro. Burial will be in Beech j viewed the dual German UN Grove Cemetery m Eleanor. Mr.jmembership with "great inter- Francisco, 30, of 159 40th StreetUst and agreement." Rd., Nitro, died Friday in The U.N. secretary general is Thomas M e m o r i a 1 Hospital, known to be under pressure! Friends may call at the funeral from Soviet bloc countries to home after 3 p.m. ! pus h German membership as : n t t t . TM ~ , , ^ o · quickly as possible, but the : MILLER, Howard - Service,Brandt government wants to "Memorials o l D i s l i n r t i o n Since 191.1" ^ears /Monument Company ·- iV. i t u i l i l r r * i i f l i i ' l i c r mrinoriiils" Virginia St. K. At Clendrnin Ph. 342-4158 will be 2 p.m. today at the Left I complete the general treaty I VISIT T H K SEARS OFFICK NEAREST YOU Fork Baptist Church with the Rev. Emory Linville officiating. fi rs t with Communist East Germany thai Tuesday at the Ellis Chapel Monday Home in at Wilson Clay with Funeral the Rev. WE RENT SELL EVERYTHING FOR HOME SICKROOMS Willard Morris officiating. Burial will be in Lilly near Clay. Friends ' after 5 p.m. today Buria will be in the Bear Branch Brandt has speculated ma; Cemetery in Spurlockville. MT.JTJ.N. membership for the Ger- Miller, 52 cf Madison, B o o n e t m a n i e s would not come before ~--.y, died Friday in a Charles-j 1973 at the earliest. hospital. Koontz Funeral Ahlers said the two men met m charge of! after attending opening ceremo- JS3-MBO f . an , ' 3 7 3 1 3 1 roynitvill 253-5604 Humcon. 543 5664 Mod.ion 37270B1 Ot 805 837.3667 574-1131 Sichwood 846-0181 562-487 R'plfy 372-6457 369-1091 Summrriville 87J-2I11 ...... 965-3331 QolHill .......... 469-9261 W«b,. e r Sprina, . ... « ome in Hamlin Burial will be in the Cemetery Monday. may call! church cemetery. Friends may! Hufi HES, Riley--Service will call at Wallace-Wallace Funeral! be held at 2 Pm - Monday at the Home in Lewisburg after 1 p.m i W e t Bl ' an ch Holiness Church in Mondav i Cabin Creek with the Rev Kn- PHONE 342-3431 · Free Parking at Door · We Deliver BOLL RENTAL SERVICE 717BICLEYAVE. Mrs. Sara Lusk BECKLEY-- Mrs. Sara Esther Walter Slroiul ANSTED--Walter Stroud, Cabin Creek with the Rev. Ken neth Wilson officiating. Burial iwill be in the Ronda Cemetery 80, at Dl T Branch. Mr. Hughes, 87,' ANSTED--Walter Stroud, 80, at Dl T Branch. Mr. Hughes, 87,' of Edmond. Fayette County,'! of Drv Branch, died at home T died Saturday at Beckley Appa-! Fric!a y after a ]on g illness. AS Argentine (Ambassador I a short illness. " | Johnson Funeral Home in Mar-1 SANTIAGO, Chile--wi -- Ar- He was a lifelong resident of| met after 1 Pm - today. Igentine Ambassador Teodoro J. cj^na^i-- mis. oara ^smer cued Saturday at Beckley Appa-! r n a a y alter a Jon g illness. iLusk, 62, of Shady Springs. Ra- lachian Regional Hospital after ! Friends may call at the Leonard I leigh County, was dead on arriv-in siinrt ninoec. I.Inhnsnn Fnnprai Pnmo in A/T.,,.. I j a l Friday at the Beckley Appa- jlachia Regional Hospital"of shotgun wounds. I She was a native of Pennsylvania and a member of the Pentecostal Holiness Church ir. Shady Springs. Surviving: husband, the Rev. Woidrow Lusk; sons, James NOTICE OF CEMETERY RELOCATION Due to the construction of Interstate 79 through Kanawha County, the Right of Way Division of The West Virginia Department of Highways has located a cemetery on the property of P. P. Shafer on the left of US 119 North. This cemetery is known as the Warbutton Cemetery. This cemetery partly consists of unknown graves. We are now requesting anyone having knowledge of any person or persons buried in the Warbutton Cemetery to please contact us at our o f f i c e w h i c h is l o c a t e d at 1334 Smith Street, Charleston, West Virginia. This department has appointed Mr. D. J. Skeans in charge of the relocation of this cemetery. Mr. Skeans may be contacted by calling 348-3022 between the hours of 8:00 A.M. and 5:00 P M., Monday thru Friday. The public help is very much needed to try and locate pe r - lons having families buried in the Warbuttcn Cemetery. L. E. Kitts Acting District Right of Way Agent Edmond, American a member of the Legion at Fayette- SHERIDAN, Mrs. H e I e n -- . Gallac was recalled Saturday, the day after Chile refused a ville, a retired coal miner and a!§ ervicc wi '' be 1 p. rn. Monday |request from Argentina to ex,,, !,,,_ _ r ,i._ ,,. i , f c. T«U«._ T--i:.i TM , · ' t r a d i t e 10 guerrilla air hijackers and let them go to Cuba in- Argentine Embassy officials . - . . v , u »^,i., ( ^,^4 v-utti j i i i u u i ciiiu c* I · -- ·-·-·* ··... v ,_ j. ^,. tl i. j.Tjiv/i«ja v member of the United Minei a t St - John's Baptist Church in Workers union. jWatkins officiating. Burial will Surviving: wife, Emma Holi- ;!je in Montgomery Memorial day Stroud: daughters, Mrs.i Par ' in London. Mrs. Sheridan, Sarah Strickland of Akron, Ohio^ 55 - ° f Montgomery, died Thurs- Mrs. Blanche Pennington of ^ in Cnar leston Memorial Hos stead. speculated that Gallac's absence might be "unlimited." oital after a short illness. Friends The 10 members of two under- i,.j ..... -11 i , , . ., -, - bod\ wjll be taken to the church t 0 chilp Ann- oke'out of one hour before the service. jberton, Ohio. Glcndon of Fredcr- jicksburg, Ohio; four grandchilIdren: four great-grandchildren. Service will be held at 2 p.m. Monday at Wallace-Wallace Fu- Incral Home in Ansted with the | Rev. Burt Jones officiating Burial will be in Restlawn Mem- ore The average length of service! The S rou P reached Havana of all federal government em-! earlv Saturday aboard a Soviet- ployes is 13.1 years. For men built jet of the Cuban airline. . the average is 14.7; for women. 0.4 vears. SPECIALISTS IN CREATIVE DESIGNING · NfW MOOfSN DISPLAY ROOM · QUALITY MAT!. IAIS · IXP.KT WOKKMANSHIP · MASONAill COSTS · COMPLSTf FACILITIES CALL 1A1 ftfiC« USE SEARS INTRANCE JfJ-OOJJ FORPARKIHG 222 KANAWHA BLVD., EAST jBrotliers Walch 2 \outlis Drown NOTICE OF CEMETERY RELOCATION Due to the construction of Interstate 79 through Kana-. who County, the Right of Way Division of the West Virginia Department of Highways has located a cemetery on the property of L. V. Huffman on Willis Creek. This cemetery partly consists of unknown graves. We are requesting anyone having knowledge of any person or persons now buried below the Huffman Cemetery to please contact us at our office which is located at 1334 Smith Street, Charleston, West Virginia. This Department has appointed Mr. D. J. Skeans in charge of the relocation of this Cemetery. Mr. Skeans may be contacted by calling 348-3022 between the hours of 8:00 A.M. to 5:00 P.M., Monday thru Friday. The public help is very much needed to try and locate persons having families buried in the vicinity of the Huffman Ceme'ery. L. E. Kitts Acting District Right of Way Agent NEW YORK-JJ) - Two youths drowned Saturday as a brother of each stood by watch-! jing helplessly, police reported. ' David Perrez, 12. of Manhat-j tan slipped into the water while; fishing near a bridge in Brook-; lyn and his friend. Mario Re: rios, 16, dove in to try to save : him. i Bnth boys d ..-.·.rod as thrir j older brothers--Israel Perez. 18,; land Ray Berrios, 17--watchedi from the shore. j I I A V K YOr C O N S i n K R K n , The selection of Memorial I'ropcrtv Inr your f a m i l y before the nreri arises',' It w i l l , you know, suddenly sometime-*. C.e! t h i s Protection WHEN YOl M.-VV, not, V V H K N V O l ' M I ST L Here von havTT rhoice. ;i nicely located F a m i l y Ksiaie or I'rypt Space in the Nc.v Chapel M a u s o l e u m , ( ' a l l or « r i l e ind.iy. CUNNINGHAM MEMORIAL PARK OlO RT. 60 K A N A W H A T E R R A C E AT HIGHLAWN ST. ALBANS PERPETUAL CAR! PHONt 727-4349 I = j · ·

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