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Sim. July 7, 1974 Death Notices . Mrs. Sylvia Allen Mrs. Sylvia M. Alka, t2. of 16W King St.. died Saturday in Thomas Memorial Hospital after a long illness. She was a retired employe of^ the State Tax Department 'and a member of the First Presbyterian Church. . Surviving: son, Frank W. of Tornado; (laughter, Mrs. Alice Mace of South Charleston: brother, John Manson of Abi- liene, Tex.; sister. Mrs. Lelia Grassland of Phoenix. Arizona; four grandchildren. Service will be 11 a.m. Monday in Snodgrass Funeral -Home, South Charleston, with 'Dr. William A. Benfield officiating. Burial will be in Sunset Memorial Park. Friends may call from 5 to 9 p.m. today. Hester Dangerfield Mrs. Hester Ann Dangerfield, 94, of 4717 Floyd St., South Charleston, died Saturday at her home after a long illness. She was a member of Briar Creek Baptist Church. Surviving: daughters, Mrs. Hazel Holstein of South Charleston and Mrs. K a t h r y n Stoudt of Tuscon, Ariz.; three grandchildren; nine great- grandchildren; four great- great-grandchildren. Service will be 3 p. m. Monday in Curry Funeral Home, Alum Creek, with the Rev. Paul DeBprd officiating. Burial will be in Graceland Memorial fark. Friends may call after 3 p. m. today. and a member of the UMWA. Surviving: wife. Opal; daughters. Mrs. FayeSlooeof Gioveport. Ohio. Mrs. Phyllis Lidell. Mrs. Geneva Sylvia and Mrs. Leona Dolson, all of Columbus. Ohio. Mrs. Wanda Sutphin of Madison and Mrs. Yvonne Hillerbrand of Twilight: sons. James. Clifford, Larry and Charles, all of Columbus. Ohio; brother, Cecil of Glouster. Ohio: 31 grandchildren. Service will be 2 p.m. today in Twilight Freewill Baptist Church with the Rev. Edgar Spencer officiating. Burial will be in Mid-Ferrell Cemetery, Bandytown. The body was taken from the Handley Funeral Home. Danville, to the home. list Church for Troy Marti*. 22. rf 3*1 D*Po*i Ave., .\jtro, who drome* Friday i* Poxa River. The fuMtal will to eoafeex- ed by the Rev. Witter* Cites. Burial will he ia the Parsons Cemetery at Nitro. Surviving are the father, Charles L Martin of Nitro; sister. Miss Barbara Ann of Nitro: brothers, Charles E. and Daniel Ray, both of Nitro, Arthur Lee and Paul Wayne, both of Charleston; maternal grandmother, Mrs. Elizabeth Gaylor of Nitro; paternal grandmother. Mrs. Bessie Martin of Cedar Grove. Visitors may call at Gatens Funeral Home, Poca, after 7 p.m. today. *** *«« ** a fa* F ormer Area Books Man Drowns In Cleveland ao* Mn. Alte» Faemycr «f brofer. feten Harper of CkaitesUw; sisters, Mrs. Ronlie Kmufer of SL Attorn aad Mrs. Ada Stnct- Charleston. James Dorsey VICTOR - James Harvey Dorsey, 47, of Victor, Fayette C o u n t y , died S a t u r d a y in .Beckley Veterans Hospital ·after a long illness. He was a retired employe of Union Carbide and a member of Victor United Methodist Church. Surviving: wife, Evelyn; daughter. Leslie, at home; brothers, Robert of Fayetteville and Edwin of Drennen; sisters. Mrs. Emma Strickland and Mrs. Nila Forren, both of Summersville, Mrs. Gertrude O'Dell of Warren, Ohio and Mrs. Eva Loescher of New London, Ohio. ; Service will be 2 p.m. Monday in Joe Combs Funeral Home, Ansted, with the Rev. Jack Turner officiating. Buri- al will be in Restlawn Memory Gardens, Victor. Friends may call from 6 to 9 p.m. today. Hobart Frame GASSAWAY - Hobart W. Frame, 56, of Gassaway, Braxton County, died Saturday in Gassaway Hospital. He was a retired construction worker. S u r v i v i n g : w i f e , Mary Hashman Frame; son, James of Gassaway; brothers, Dor. sey of Buckhannon and Dalton ; of Elyria, Ohio, two grand-" children. t Service will be 2 p.m. Mon; day in SKidmore Funeral · Home, Gassaway, with Elder . Fred Dobbins officiating. Burial will be in Crooked Ceme- -,: tefy. ;I-/!Friends may call after 2 today. Carl Hoke Jr. W H I T E S U L P H U R SPRINGS - Carl Herbert Hoke Jr.. infant son of Carl and Louella Breeden HokeSr.. of White Sulphur Springs. Greenbrier County, was stillborn Friday. Additional survivors: sister, Cindy Hoke, at home; half-sisters, Linda Atwell. at home, Mrs. Gail Vernon. Miss Diane Hoke and Miss Julie Hoke. all of Mesa. Ariz., Mrs. Debbie Rodrique of Quebec, Canada; half-brothers, William, David, Gary, Larry. Johnny and Randy Atwell, all at home; paternal grandmother, Mrs. Rosie Hoke of Bristol, Va.; maternal grandmother, Mrs. Ethel Breeden of Union. Graveside service will be 1:30 p.m. today in Carmel Cemetery, Gap Mills, with the Rev. Doyal Cruikshank offi- , dating. The body is at Broyles-McGuire Funeral Home, Union. Charles Hudkins GANDEEVILLE - Charles M. Hudkins, 68, of Rt. 3, Gandeeville, Roane County, was dead on arrival Saturday at Roane General Hospital of an apparent heart attack. He was a retired employe of the State Department of Highways and a member of Pleasant Valley United Methodist Church. Surviving: wife, Icie; sons, John of Belpre, Ohio, Donald of .Spencer and Glen with the U.'.S. Air Force in Texas; sister, Mrs. Ruth Mace of Spencer; brothers, Goebel and Boyd, both of Gandeeville, Wayne of St. Albans and Forest, of Alexandria, Neb.; six grandchildren. Service will be 2 p. m. Monday in Sinnett Funeral Home, Spencer, with the Rev. Paul Morrison officiating. Burial will-be in Gandee Cemetery. Friends may call after noon today. Charlie Payne Charlie Andrews Payne, 87, of Creed, died Saturday in Riverside Convalescent Center. He was a retired merchant and a member of Frame Community Church. Surviving: sons, Elvin P. of Creed and Claudie B. of Frame; half-sisters, Mrs. Nora Copehaver of Charleston and Mrs. Dottie Cummings of Frame; 10 grandchildren; four great-grandchildren. Service will be 11 a.m. Monday in Myers Funeral Home, Elkview, with the Rev. Dennie Schoolcraft and the Rev. Cue Young officiating. Burial will be in Baxter Cemetery on Aaron's Fork. Friends may call from 2 to 4 and 7 to 9 p.m. today. William Samples William C. Samples, 72, of Vickers Alley, was found dead Thursday at his residence. He apparently died of natural causes, according to police officials. He was a retired employe of Elk Grocery Co. Surviving: sons, William Cecil Jr. of Charleston, Robert of Alexandria, Va. and Carl of Campbells Creek; daughter, Mrs. Louise Melton of Elkview. Service will be 1 p.m. Monday in Cunningham Funeral Home with the Rev. Chuck Carter officiating. Burial will be in Spring Hill Cemetery. Friends may call at the funeral home. ;·' Miss Sarah FredeKing Hin TON -- Miss Sarah "Sadie" Fredeking, 86, of Hinton, Summers County, died Saturday in Summers County Hospital. She was a lifelong resident of Hinton, a member of St. Patrick's Catholic Church, Catholic DauFhters of America and the Hinton's Women's Club. Surviving: cousin, Mrs. Katie Boley with whom she made her home. Service will be 10 a.m. Mon- 3 .day in St. Patrick's Catholic ;'£ Qiurch, Hinton, with the Rev. '.--Roger Hughes officiating. ·' Burial will be in Greenbrier Burial Park. ,. - l.The body is at Ronald Mead- ^^rws Funeral Home, Hinton, -·» 'where friends may call from ;~ "4.to 9 p.m. today. Rosary will ·": 'Jae 7 p.m. today. * * ' ; · Benjamin Green : -". BECKLEY - Benjamin W. * '..Green. 79. of Beckley. Raleigh .* ;County. died Friday in Hun- ;_'tjngton Veterans Hospital. He was a native of Raleigh ";· County and a veteran of World :-:wari. ·1- '..Surviving: sisters. Mrs. 'Lucinda Clark of Daniels. ;Mrs. Charlotte Richmond of iFayelteville and Mrs. Letha 1'Cqbb of Longacre: brother. ;-Spencer of DeLand. Fla. !*; Service will be 2 p. m. today ·I-in Keyser-Bryant Funeral XHome. Beckley. with Elder ;3_Kenna E. Lilly officiating. ; ' Burial will be in Sunset Me- · morial Park. -'. Robert Halley -. COLUMBUS, Ohio - Rob- ;· ert James Halley. 64. of Co- ··' lumbus. Ohio, formerly of " rSK 11 ' B °° ne Counly ' died He was a disabled coal miner, a veteran of World War II Mrs. Juanita Lane HINTON - Mrs. Juanita Blanche Lane, 73, of Hinton, Summers County, died Saturday in Summers County Hospital. She was a member of Mount Pisgah Methodist Church, Order of Eastern Star, American,Legion Auxiliary and United Transportation Auxiliary. Surviving: half-brother, Bobby Cales of Chicago, 111.; half-sisters, Mrs. Ruth Burdette; Mrs. Jean Hall and Mrs. Kathleen Hicks, all of Hinton. Service will be 2 p.m. Monday in ;E.M. Meadows Funeral Home,, Hinton, with the Rev. Charles Dameron and the Rev. Hubert Groves officiating. Burial will be in Fairview Baptist Church Cemetery, Forest Hill. Friends may call after 5 p.m. today. James Logan II GALLIPOLIS FERRY James Robert Logan II, one- month-old son of James Robert Logan Sr. and Edna Duncan Logan, of Gallipolis Ferry, Mason County, died Friday in Children's Hospital. Columbus, Ohio. Additional survivors: sister, Ann Marie, at home; paternal grandmother, Mrs. Sherman Logan of'.Gallipolis Ferry; maternal -grandmother, Mrs. Marie Duncan of Gallipolis Ferry; maternal grandfather. William Duncan of Gallipolis Ferry. ; Service will be 2 p. m. today in Wyoma Church with the Rev. Clarence Ebert and the Rev. Nancy Walker officiating. Burial will be in Clonch Cemetery. The body is in Crow-Hussell Funeral Home, Point Pleasant, where friends may call. Troy Martin Service will be held at 2 p.m. Monday at Calvary Bap- FlESHMAN MONUMENT CO. *»* M0M9W1NI MVlL B* Ptiom 343-1155 HANOI MWAYS AT KCKIIY LIWISWRG Mrs. Lydia Smith DIANA - Mrs. Lydia Hull Smith, 68, of Rt. 1, Diana, Webster County, died Saturday in her home. She was a native of Smithers, Fayette County, and a longtime resident of Diana. Surviving: sons, Ralph of Painesville, Ohio, Howard of Wallace, Kenneth of Geneva, Ohio and Carl Lee of Rt. 2, Webster Springs; daughters, Margie Hull of Diana, Delores Jean Guisippi of Rockford, 111.; brothers, Jess Burns and Walter Burns, both of Detroit, Mich. Service will be 2 p.m. Monday in Dodd-Hurt Funeral Home, Webster Springs, with the Rev. Minter W. Lynch officiating. Burial win be in Odd Fellows Cemetery, Diana. Friends may call after 1 p.m. today. The body a at Cuoniafham Funeral Home. Sherman Trammell OTTAWA - Sherman H. Trammell. 91, of Ottawa. Boone County, died Friday in Memorial Division, Charleston Area Medical Center, after a long illness. He was a retired coal miner, a member of the UMWA and Laurel City Freewill Baptist Church. Surviving: wife, Mary; sons, Edward and James, both of Ottawa. Sherman Jr. of Brunswick. Ohio and Leonard of La Crosse, Wis.; sisters, Mrs. Nancy Childers of Middlesboro, Ky. and Mrs. Charity Cross of Miami, Fla.; brother. McKinley of Oneida. Term.; 21 grandchildren; 12 great-grandchildren. Service will be I p. m. Monday in Laurel City Freewill Baptist Church with the Rev. Jimmy Ryan officiating. Burial will be in Memory Gardens, Madison. The body is in Handley Funeral Home, Danville, where friends may call from 4 to 9 p. m. today. James Tyree MARLINTON - James A. Tyree, 83, of Marlinton, Pocahontas County, died Thursday in Beckley Veterans Hospital after a long illness. He was a retired farmer, a member of the Presbyterian Church, a veteran of World War 1 and a native of Healing Springs, Va. Surviving: wife, Gladys; sons, Orman of Alexandria, Va. and James L. of Dumfries, Va.; daughters, Mrs. Virginia Burgess and Mrs. Sylvia Woodhouse, both of Marlinton; brothers, John of North Carolina and Dave of Virginia; 27 grandchildren; 10 great-grandchildren. Service will be 2:30 p. m. today in VanRennen Funeral Home, Marlinton, with the Rev. Perry Gerald and the Rev. Wayne Terry officiating. Burial .will be in Mountain View Cemetery. CLEVELAND, Oteo - Al- le« K. Brovi. 24, of Cfeve- laad. Ohio, formeriy of St Al- baas, W. Va., drowied Thursday while swimnuf in Lake Erie, aear here, polk* reported. Sonriviflf: pareats, Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Brown; sisters. Mrs. Cynthia Fostor, Mrs. Dcbrah Hortoa, both of Cleveland. Miss Shila Brown and Miss Karen Ann Brown, at home; brothers. Robert and Lawrence Jr., both at home. Service will be at 10 a.m. Wednesday at E. F. Boy and Son Funeral Home, Cleveland. Burial will be in Cleveland, Cemetery. State Methodist Arrive Schedules Meeting At Library Activity Scheduled Mrs. Patricia Solomon Mrs. Patricia Schlarb Solomon, 38, of 677 Forest Circle, South Charleston, died Saturday in Memorial Division of Charleston Area Medical Center. She was a former employe of CP Telephone Co., a graduate of DeSales Heights Academy, Parkersburg, a member of Blessed Sacrament Catholic Church. Surviving: husband, Frederick T.; sons, Thomas John and Mark Douglas, both at home; daughters, Leslie Katherine and Lisa Marie, both at home; sister, Miss Cynthia Schlarb of Parkersburg. The body is at Good Shepherd Funeral Home, South Charleston, where friends may call after 2 p.m. today. Scripture reading will be 8 p.m. today. The'body will be taken to Burdette-Lindsey Funeral Home, Parkersburg, Monday. Rosary will be 8 p.m. Monday. Service will be 10 a.m. Tuesday in St. Francis Xavier Catholic Church, Parkersburg, with the Rev. Edward Sadie and the Rev. Leo Lydon officiating. Burial will be in Mount Carmel Cemetery. Isabelle Young Isabelle Marie Young, 60, of 2333 Wilson Ave., St. Albans, died Saturday in Memorial Division, Charleston Area Medical Center. She was a cashier at McClung and Morgan. The body is at Good Shepherd Funeral Home, South Charleston. CLENDENIN, Edward Service will be 2 p.m. today in Dunbar Mountain Mission with the Rev. Donald Gatewood and the Rev. J.E. "Bud" Legg officiating. Burial will be in Grandview Memorial Park. Mr. Clendenin, 52, of 205 Grosscup Ave., Dunbar, died Thursday in St. Francis Hospital. The body is at Keller Funeral Home, Dunbar, and will be taken to the church one hour before the service. Gospel Sing Slated The Life Singers, a gospel group from Piedmont Bible College in Winston-Salem. N.C., will present a musical program at Cross Lanes Bible Church beginning at 7:30 p.m. Wednesday. The program is open to the public. Casdorph-Curry Funeral Home, St. Albans, with the Rev. David Williams officiating. Burial will be in Cunningham Memorial Park. Mr. Hanson, 55, of 2133 Pennsylvania Ave., died Friday of an apparent heart attack. Friends may call after 2 p.m. today. ADKINS, Sigal Sr. - Service will be 2 p.m. Monday in Otterbein United Methodist Church, Nitro, with the Rev. Jeff Lovely and the Rev. George Pauley officiating. Burial will be in Grandview Memorial Park. Mr. Adkins, 73, of 1267 First Ave., Nitro, died Friday in St. Francis Hospital. The body is at Cooke-Pauley Funeral Home, Nitro, where friends may call from 2 to 4 and 7 to 9 p.m. today. FOX, Herbert Howard Service will.be 2 p.m. Monday in Wallace-Wallace Funeral Home, Rainelle, with the Rev. Harold Flint officiating. Burial will be in Wallace Memorial Cemetery. Mr. Fox, 67, of Beelick Knob, Fayette County, was dead on arrival Thursday at Beckley Appalachian Regional Hospital. Friends may call from 7 to 9:30 p.m. today. MOORE, Mrs. Helen Rae -Service will be 1 p.m. Monday in Casdorph Curry Funeral Home, St. Albans, with the Rev. Jesse Woodward officiating; Burial will be in Cunningham Memorial Park. Mrs. Moore, 61, of 713 Abney St., St. Albans, died Friday in General Division, Charleston Area Medical Center, after a long illness. Friends may call after 2 p.m. today. Public L*r«ry: Atutt Fiction - Aa4KM«. ActMMM* P*isiou: ··llinftr. The COfliCta; ·oerty. Tht AS«t*hjr«i Ot» YMAf Out- t»w; CouUtr. Tkc CktMtu; 0*rcy. Vic- toir«: Or tht Couita Fr«n Fr»*ct: DCMO*. f^OStfV Duwvn, My Frigate 49*u; C««»r«v. The GarticM, Ttw ThrMftr- Hunt; Gtrfctr. Ovt *f Control, CuvritU in tt» Kitchen; Haley. Saxby for Go*; HoHmM. Sotomoo'i Tempt*. IsMoon. The Store; K»fl»»i- n*. Wiite Elite. Dtrfc SUei; Kirk**trick. The Swrt G*tt; K«*/M. The CM* Worker; Le Guin. The Ditpotsemd: Llemellyn. A Hill o M*ny Oft»mj; Mctttrur*. The Vtiion at TMdy Quln- Un; Metnv Smith V»ller; Morris. Here Is Eiflbeum; Pouter. Welcome Sinner; RHcovich. Fclkenhortt; S*l««ta ·riv- Clitt Manor; She*t A Silence in Biltao; Slate. SttM-s Back Yard; Smith, Return ot the Virginian; Sorenteii. The Man with the Key; Stuart. Pauerman't Hollow; Stuart. 32 votes »e»ore Breakfatt; Wallace. The Fan Cue; Weittieimer. The Olmec Head. Adult Nonf iction - Amnesty? The Unsettled Question of Vietnam: Now!; 8a«ter, Stunt; Hermann, Scapegoat; Borges, In Praise of Darkness; Brody. Inishkillane; Brooks. Hew to Buy Property Abroad tor Vacation. Retirement. Income, and Profit; Calne. WMow; Cassiday. How to Choose Your vacation Houte; Clark. Diplomat; Dodge. Frost You Say? A Yankee Monologue; Down- it, Mortgage on America; Dwiggins. Ri- deri ot me Winds; Elting. You Can Be Fat-Free Forever; Fager. Selma IMS; Fest. Hitler; Femerling, Mother Jones. The Miners' Angel, Fisher The Art Experiences; Gallagher, Etok: A Story at Eskimo Power; Goldman. Ladies And Gentlemen -- Lenny Bruce; Grtlff, Great Houses From the Pages ot the Magazine Antiques; Groene, Tracing Your Civil War Ancestor; HamWin. The First Cities; Harwood. A Country Journal; Hensel. The Book of Ornamental Knots; Hibbtrt, George IV, Regent and Kino, 1111-1130; Hulme, Look a Lion in the Eye; Irving, The Rise and Fall ot the LuftwaHe; Jackson, Monsieur Butterfly; Jones. Assignment America: A Col-' lection ot Outstanding Writing From The New York Timei; Kahane. Our Challenge; Kliot, Bobbin Lace: Form By the Twisting of Cords; Komisir, Down and Out in the USA; Kutt, Rockefeller Power; Laffin, Fedayeen: The Arab-Israeli Dilemma; Levin, Balm in Gilead; Lien- tenstein, A Long Way Baby: Behind the Scenes in Women's Pro Tennis; Ludwig, The Great Hockey Thaw; Madison, James Madison, A Biography in HisOwn Words; Marx. Keeping trying; Mayo, Bloody Buna; Mtnendei, The Bitter Harvest; Meyer, For Goodness' Sake; Middieton, Retreat From Victory) Moraes, A Matter of People; Muraoka, Folk Arts and Crafts of Japan; Parkinson, Blood, Toll, Tears and Sweat...; Perry, Me and the Spitter; Powell. The Origins of Western Art; Prescott, A Darkening Green; Professor X. This Beats Working for » Living; Puharlch, Uri: A Journal of the Mystery of Uri Gtllcr; Scharfstein, The Mind of China; Shuli, You're the Guest of Honor, Charlie Brown; Seld- is, Henry Moore In America; Skidmore, Escape from Singapore: INI; Smulk- styi, Karl Marx; Stevens, Speak tor Yourself, John; Stubenrauch, Runabouts and Roadsters; Tardlf, Quebec; Tregaskis, The Warrior King; West, The Secret Look: Poems; Wilkinson, The Stainless Steel Carrot; Zolotow, Shooting Star. Reference -- Anderson, The Beer Book; Brennan, Resumes for Better Jobs; Burgess, Virginia Soldiers of 1774; Choate, The Dictionary of American Bird Names; Greiff, Great Houses From the Pages of the Magatine Antiques; Groene, Tracing Your Civil War Anew- tor; Kanawha Co., W.Va. Board of Education, Kanawha County Community Schools Program; Killam, African Writers on African Writing; Koehmsttdt, Plot Summary Index; Mushkin, National Assessment *nd Social Indicators. January, 1973; Nicoll, English Drama,. 1900-1*30; Pifchtll, A Directory of U. S. College and University Degrees for Part-Time Students; Rand McNally and Co., The Book of Europe; Silbtr, Folk- singer's Wordbook; Todd, Promoting Mental Health in the Classroom, U. S. Depart, of Transportation. Office ot Hazardous Materials, An Index to the Hazardous Materials Regulations; U. S. Food and Nutrition Service, School Food Service Financial Management Handbook for Uniform Accounting; U. S. .National Institute of Law Enforcement and Criminal Justice, Bail and Its Reform: A National Survey By Paul Bernard Wice. Juvenile Fiction -- Chfttenden, When the Wild Ducks Come; Wahl, Crazy, Bro- bobalou; Yates, The Road Through Sandwich Notch. Juvenile Nonfiction - Cosby, The Wit and Wisdom of Fat Albert; Donna, Peanut Craft; Hess, A Snail's Pace; Hill, The Guitar; Lee, A Forest of Pencils; Lubell, By the Seashore; Meyer, Milk, Butter, and Cheese; Peale, Bible Stories; Rice, Five Great Religions; Watson, The Soviet Union; Weiss, Save the Mustangs. Two orieaUUoa aid prere- gistntMn programs designed to introduce incoming and transfer studeats to West Virginia State College have been sdwdukd for July 14-15 and July 21-22 at the college. During the first day of each orientation session, new students will take reading and composition tests, meet with President Harold M. McNeill, and sit in on a program outlining student services available at the college. A pizza and soft-drink party will be held that evening. Scheduled for the second day of each session are academic advising meetings, preregistration and a special program for parents. BUCKHANNON - Adult and teenage partkipaats from the CSQ charges in the West Virginia Conference of the United Methodist Church will meet for the 1974 School of Christian Mission July 16 through 19 at West Virginia Wesleyan College. Theme of the four-day school is FACE UP (Faith Action Commitment Education United in Purpose). Each United Methodist charge has been asked to send at least one adult and one teenager sponsored by the church or local unit of United Methodist Women. A weekend school, scheduled for July 19 and 20, is provided for employed persons who are unable to attend the full school. Italy Decrees COLLINS, Cornelius F. Requiem mass will be 10:30 a. m. Tuesday in St. Patrick's Catholic Church, Bancroft, with the Rev. Joseph Gilliam officiating. Burial will be in St. Patrick's Cemetery, Bancroft. Mr. Collins, 88, of Albuquerque, N. M., formerly of Crab Orchard, Raleigh County, died Thursday at home. The body is at Qatens Funeral Home, Poca, where friends may call after 4 p. m. today. Rosary will be 7 p. m. Monday. PERDUE, Kenneth Hoke- KaiSCS TaXCS Service will be 3 p.m. Monday in Enon Baptist Church near Frankford with the Rev. Curtis Mason officiating. Burial will be in the church cemetery. Mr. Perdue, 68, of Frankford, Greenbrier County, died Friday in the University of Virginia hospital after a long illness. The body is in the residence where friends may call and will be taken to the church one hour before the service. Jack K. Wallace Funeral Home, Lewisburg, is in charge of the arrangements. Indian School Head to Give Program The Rev. Max Greene, superintendent of the Twin Wells Indian Mission School near Holbrook, Ariz., accompanied by his wife and two Indian youngsters, will present a program of music and inspiration at 7:30 p. m. today at Weekley Memorial United Methodist Church at Tennes. see Avenue and Roane Street. Twin Wells is an elementary interdenominational boarding school for Indian children with an enrollment of about 150. A staffed nursery will be provided at the church for persons who attend the service, according to the Rev. Eugene M. Garlow, pastor. Windmill Falls, Killing State Youth R E N O , Nev. ( A P ) ' - A 17-year-old West Virginia youth was killed at a summer science camp when a windmill he was building for an energy experiment collapsed around h i m , o f f i c i a l s said Saturday. David D.Gunther of Wheeling, W. Va., was killed Friday when the 12-foot structure.top- pled over onto him, officials at the Foresta Institute in nearby Washoe Valley said. Gunther was one of about 30 students attending the fivew- eek summer program for high school students. Eagle Shelters The United States, excluding Alaska, now has less than 2,000 nesting bald eagles, our national bird, in whose behalf there have long been preservative efforts. A recent major protection step set aside 10,- an» 788 acres °f the Tongass National Forest in Alaska as a sanctuary. Heavy Rains Hit, Flood Area Streets Officials of the Marmet Volunteer Fire Department and Rescue Squad said heavy rains left about a foot and a half of water on MacCorkle Avenue Saturday evening. The officials said the water receded quickly and no damage was reported. Charleston police said high water on some streets caused minor problems and that a power line was down on Fourth Avenue. Police said that no damage was reported. Shorthorn Group Plans Field Day JACKSONS MILL - The Mason-Dixon Shorthorn Assn. will hold its first field day at 10 a. m. July 20 here. Lunch will be available at $1.55 per person. Advance reservations for the meal must be made before July 15 with Mrs. Gene Core of Core. guthrie centers The Guthrie Center's annual picnic has been scheduled for 10 a. m. to 7 p. m. Thursday at Coonskin Park. Mrs. Macel Taylor Mrs. Macel Taylor. 64, of 3106 Kanawha Terrace, St. Albans, died Saturday in General Division, Charleston Area DEPRIEST, Thomas Houston -- Service will be 2:30 p. m. today in White Sulphur Springs Pentecostal Holiness Church with the Rev. Dallas B. Scaggs and the Rev. Russell Spence officiating. Burial will be in Asbury Community Cemetery. Mr. DePriest, 70, of White Sulphur Springs, Greenbrier County, died Friday in Emmett Memorial Hospital, Clifton Forge, Va. The body is in Shanklin Funeral Home, White Sulphur Springs, and will be taken to the church one hour before tthe service. HANSON, Jerry B. - Service will be 3 p.m. Monday in NEAL, George Allen - Service will be 1 p.m. Monday in Assembly of God Church, Ronda, with the Rev. Franklin Lett officiating. Burial will be in Montgomery Memorial Park. Mr. Neal, 57, of Miami, died Friday in Memorial Division, Charleston Area Medical Center. The body is at Pryor Funeral Home, East Bank, where friends may call after 6 p.m. today and will be taken to the church one hour before the service. (C) New York Timet Service ROME -- government fpv- erament presented the nation Saturday with a long overdue package of austerity decrees that will cost Italians an average of $100 in new taxes during the next 12 months and will likely cause a sharp increase in the cost ot living. "The measures adopted , mean sacrifices for the Itali- | ans," said Treasury Minister Emilo Colombo after a three- hour cabinet meeting. "They are necessary to lift Italy out of the grave economic difficulties in which she is enveloped." Saturday's decree, among other things, raised the already high price of gasoline, and introduced a special tax on all autos, motorcycles, pleasure craft and private airplanes. The emergency measures also increased the value added tax -- a modified sales tax -- on beef and other basic consumer items from 6 to 18 per cent. SUNSET MEMORIAL PARK'S THOUGHT FOR TODAY GOOD DRIVERS ARE LIFE CONSERVERS Personal Attention Our lYrnn;il 'Atiiiitinni when 'yon ari 1 r;illfl ii|nin in put a Invi'tl Hin; tn n-st. ;iml llu- Inir- dt-n n! yi'iir grirf mnkt-s iitu-n- limi in di-t;iil dillinili. rely »|)iiii u in carry mil yniir ru-ry «h in I hi- cli'iiinii il ii tiiwl resi ins: place; M ONTGOMERY MEMORIAL PARK iMfciiJ. (Mutate 60 Dial 442-9212 Office jMt{mtr}J.V). Dial 442-4601 CHARLEY KERSTBN Says: For 38 Yean... there hot been only one Best Place to buy AIR CONDITIONING KERSTEIN ENGINEERING CO. 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