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6 THE TTHNtSSIAW, Momtoy, May M, l79 Bcatfj jSotittsi I catft Notices; I pfi)&tiit& TAYLOR, Robert Ed Ashland City. Tn . KING. Mr. Arthur O. of WALKER. Jannette tit I AX-iVLAss i 1 UP1 Telepketo Ready for1 Action SALISBURY, Rhodesia Preparing for possible years of uncertainty and war, a young white Rhodesian boy grows up early at a rifle range here where white civilians train to protect themselves against guerrrilla attacks. The numbers of black insurgents are increasing, despite increased casualties. ;t Alf Landon, ‘Not Feeling Well:" Under Observation in Hospital; TOPEKA, Kan. (AP) Alf M. Landon, unsuccessful 1936 Republican presidential candidate and former Kansas governor, was hospitalized yesterday for observation. A Landon. 91. was admitted to Stormont-Vail wife he did not feel 433 Auction Sales ; , .. . ‘"AUCTION" Hi blognt rwsriindlse A fur- nirurt Auction in lei ‘ TUES11AM. Nr U ‘ tlon Every Frl 7pm, – tenniel Blvd.. Col mrure Auction in renn every . 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RCALTV-domplefi’ CHURCH Realty t Auction Service ji: Ji Camps, Recreation, Vacatton Property – FLOATING MILL VILLAGE Center Hill’s most spectacular – sorl development will open Friday, May 25, ir. a limited -Jiumber ol restricted home ..recreational nal sites, an witn no view of Center ‘breathtaking vi Hill Lake will be available with – financing at 29t down, balance -nver S vexr. v i me l Inter. -est. monthly pavmenfs. Float- rears, nthlv I no Mill Is 4 miles south ot 1-40 end Is mile from Hurrlcan ‘ Boat Dock, and only a couple c ‘gallons awav from Nashville ”For Information call 7-79O0 ‘ 1 lAihAf tAii 111 F" ‘ Kentucky Lake "j acre tracts S2000. S50 down. S50 month. Su- oartree Resort, UO, E lr133. 74 , miles West Phone Rex Sales JACRES Perrv Counlv !’t mile frooked CreeV Marina on Kv. ‘Lake. Paved road. $3900- jerm cTRtnr JTRTl LL On lake near Murrtcane Bi urrkane Bridge, j bedrooms. kitchen-den. bath, full basa- ment, roofed porch, city water. county roaa. m-7o 114 Farms-AerM9 Wanted – ‘HnUfarm xJUAkiiEC WflW (red Walker, Broker. 379 Hermitage. Nashville 755-7171 FLEMING, Mr. Oliver Perin Jr. May 26, 19791 .in a local infirmary. He is survived by his wife vMrs. Ethel Fleming; stert -flaugnter, Mrs. Lind ,coieman; step son-in ‘law, Mr. Billy Coleman land one steo cran daughter, all of Nash ville. His remains are at Ithe Broadway. Chape -1715 Broadway, where .funeral services will be, conducted Monday, May :38. 197V at; 2:30 o clock with the Reverand James Kannon an Groverv Butler official ‘mg. Interment, Mt. 0! vet Cemetery. Honorary pauoearers: bod John -son. Carl Zibart, Fount Cantrell, Rollin Wil-JJams, John Berry, TJerald Brinkley, Still-man Kelsey, John Ste-vens, King Ayers, Doc Jones. Paul Hall; Oliver -Dewolf, Dr. Micheal E. Glasscock III, Dr. James William Hays, Dr. Wiett, Dr. Charles Dickens, Dr. Arthur Gcrnt Bond, Dr. ,Warren F. McPherson, -Dr.:T.Dee Baker, Dr. . Murray .W. Smith, Dr. Frederic E. Cowden, Dr. Roger T. Jackson, Dr. Robert L. McCracken, Dr; – Shannon K. Tilley, Rudy . Bianco and Jack Martin.. Active pallbearers: Wayne McDonald, Malcolm McDonald, Harold ‘ Frenslcy, Mike Frensley, Johnny Young, Lanier Merritt,. Henry Thoni and George Micheal. ROESCH PAT-TON DORRIS L CHARLTON, Broadway Chapel, 1713 Broadway, 244-6480 CORNWELL. Mrs. Che Icy Dorothy Of Madison Friday evening. May 25, vjm, n Miners Hospital. ourvivea Dy six sons, Frank,, Glenn, James. John, Paul and David Cornwell; two daughters, Mrs. Rose Martin, wrs. Elizabeth Smith; one sister. Mrs, Zola .ipn. nings; one brother, Wesley Briggs; nineteen granacniiaren; seven great grandchildren. The remains are at Madison Funeral Home, 219 Old Hickory Blvd., where fu neral services will be conducted Monday, May 88, at 2 o’clock by Rev. B.L., Willis.-. Grandsons will serve as Pallbear ers, interment Hermit age Memorial Gardens. MADISON FUNERAL home. Directors, 868- an electrocardiogram Hospital after he told well. Hosnital officials said detected no problems, keep him at the hospital Landon was governor his but Chapel Hill. TN WILSON. Mrs. Lucy Dean Eady ae 56, Sunday noon, May 27, 1979 in Parkview Hospital. Surviving are her mother, Mrs. Myrtle Lynch Eady, Chapel Hill; two sisters, Mrs. Eugene (Marie) Bradley, Chapel Hill, Mrs; Hubert (Eliose) Marlin. Shelbyville; three brothers, Thomas and Leon Eady, Chapel Hill, Ralph Eady, Lewis-burg; a stepson, W.T. Wilson, Chapel Hill. Re- mains are at the Lawrence Funeral Home, where services will be held Tuesday afternoon at 3:30 by Milton Brown and Randy Sim mons. Pallbearers: Billy, Ronnie, and Ricky Eady, Bobby Paul, Roger Little. Larry Mar lin, Steve Young, Randy Slaughter,. Micheal Wil son, Daniel Moss. Inter ment,- Wilson Family Cemetery. LAWRENCE FUNERAL HOME, Cha pel Hill, 364-2233 MOBLEY. Hilliard En gene Saturday, May 26, 1979 at a local infirmary. Survived by wife. Mrs. Margaret Pipkins Mob-ley of Madison; one daughter, Mrs. Jack White. Jr., Mt. Juliet; two sisters, Mrs. W.C. Rover. Friendship, TN and Mrs. Robbie Bivens, also of Friendship, TN. Mr. Mobley is in the Gar denia Room of Woodlawn Funeral Home on Thompson Lane. Funeral services will be conduct ed May 28, 1979 at 10 a.m. from the Woodlawn Cha pel of Roses with Dr. H. Raymond Langlois offi dating. Pallbearers. Thomas Howell, Kenneth Green, Everett Williams, Henry Franklin, Al Tar pley, Donald Holing, Wilson Bedwell, and Lynn Bivens. Interment Wood lawn Memorial Park. Arrangements by WOODLAWN FUNER- AL HOME, 383-1754 PILKTNTON, Mr. Johnnie B.. Friday, May 25, 1979 at a local infirmary. Sur- vifed by wife, Mrs. Jef f ie Pilkinton; son, Wallace B. Pilkinton. Nashville; daughter, Mrs. Margaret Basford, Germantown, TN; brother, Earl Pilkinton, Lynville.TN; sisters, Mrs. Virgie Tar-pley, Pulaski, TN, Mrs. Bessie Caldwell, Mrs. Nannie Mae Holt, Mrs. Dessie Brasselle and Mrs. Ruby Carter, all of Nashville: five grandchildren; fourteen great frandchildren. Mr. Pil-inton is in the Rose Room of Woodlawn Funeral Home on Thompson Lane. Funeral services, Monday, May 28, 1979 at 3 p.m. from the Woodlawn Chapel pf Roses with Rev. John Sessoms, Jr. officiating. Honorary pallbearers: Men’s Bible Class, Glen-dale United Methodist Church, Retired Members of United Transpor tation Union and L & N Employees. Active pallbearers: Dale Pilkinton, Rennie Greve, Gary Greve, Hank Basford, E.O. Carter, Gilmore Tarpley. Interment, Woodlawn Memorial Park. In lieu of flowers, please make contribu tions to Glendale United Methodist Church. Ar raneements bv WOOD LAWN FUNERAL HOME. 383-4754 HATLER, Mrs. Eara Raines May 27. 1979 at Imperial Manor Nursing Home. Survived by son, Billy C. Hatler, of Atlan ta, GA; daughters, Mrs. Louise Rowe of Nashville, Mrs. Nell Garrett of Nashville, Mrs. Pauline Van Goor of Nashville, Mrs. Jane Smith of Nashville. Mrs. Kath-erine Suter of Chattanooga, TN, and Mrs. Willie B. Hudson of Charleston, S.C.; nine grandchildren and ten great grandchil dren: sisters, Mrs. Ethel Williams of Nashville, Mrs. Myrtle Lane of Nashville, Mrs. Iva Jor dan, Mrs. Bessie Green and Mrs. Eva McClain. all of Indiana. Remains are at the Eastland Cha pel, where services wil be conducted Tuesday afternoon at 1 o’clock with Pastor Millard Reed officiating. Interment Gallatin City Cemetery, Gallatin, TN. Pallbear ers: Brad Smith, Joe Suter, Randall Van Goor, Dwight Waters. Jim Lit tie and Bobby Bowe ROESCH PATTON DORRIS & CHARLTON, Eastland Cahpel, 904 Gallatin Rd., 227-4424 MAYS. Joe May 27, 1979 at al local hospital. Sur vived by devoted sister, Mrs. Mollle McCullough a host of nieces and nephews, other relatives and friends. Complete arrangements an nounced later. PROTEC TIVE FUNERAL SER said they planned .to SENSING. Mrs. Altie Marie Saturday, May 26, 1979 at a local infir mary. Survived by husband, Jesse Sensing, Nashville: daughters. Betty James, Antioch, TN, and Patsy Myers, Nashville; brothers, Grover White, Nashville and Houston White, Bowline Green. KY: sis ter, Nannie Bell Anderson. Nashville; three grandchildren. Mrs. Sensing is in the Lily Room of Woodlawn Fu neral Home on Thomp son Lane. Funeral ser vices, Tuesday, May 29, 1979 at 11 a.m. from the Woodlawn Chapel of Roses with Rev. Joe Gray officiating. Friends will serve as pallbearers. Interment Woodlawn Memorial Park. Ar rangements by WOOD- LAWN FUNERAL HOME, 383-4754 DAVIS, Mrs. Frances Hor ton May 26, 1979 at a local infirmary. Sur vived by daughter, Mrs. Janis McGee and son, Everette M. Phelan: granddaughter, Barbara Phelan McGee brothers, Samuel H. Hor-ton and Sylvanus R. Hor-ton. Remains are at the Eastland Chapel, where services will be conduct ed Tuesday morning at 10 a.m. with Rev. Marion Smith officiating. Interment. Spring Hill Ceme tery. Nephews to serve as pallbearers. – ROESCH PATTON DORRIS & CHARLTON, Eastland Chapel, 904 Gallatin Rd., 227-4424 Watertown.TN JOHNSON. Frank D.-age 82, Saturday, May 26. 1979. Survived by one sister, Mrs. Carrie Brown Silverstorf, Nashville. Remains are at Nave Fu neral Home, where fu neral services will be held 1 p.m. Monday, con ducted by . Rev. Albert Jewell. Interment, Jennings Cemetery. NAVE FUNERAL HOME, Wa- tertown HOLT. Reeder A age 66 years, of Nashville, Satu rday. evening, May 26, 1979 at Nashville Memorial Hospital. Survived by wife, Mrs. Florence Hall Holt, Nashville; daughter, Mrs. Jack Gaw, Huntsville; son, Micheal Holt, Hender sonville; grandsons. Mark Gaw, Christopher Holt; sisters, Mrs. Lillie Moses, Mrs. Bessie Woo- dard, both of Nashville; brothers, Homer Holt, Ft. Lauderdale, FL, Her-shel Holt, Hartsville. Remains at the Cole and Garrett Funeral Home, Goodlettsville, where services will be conducr- d this Monday afternoon at 2 o’clock by E. Ray Jerkins. Honorary pall bearers: Alvin Grissom, Roy Roop, Jim Morgan, Clyde Reasonover, Frank Notgtrass, Dr, Robert L. Pettus. Jr. Active pallbearers: Bill R. Moses, Gary Holt, Wayne Holt, Randall ‘ Moses, Richa rd Moses, Barry Holt. Interment, Spring Hill Cemetery. COLE & GARRETT, Goodlettsville BURNETTE. Lawrence N. age 47 years, of Goodlettsville, Saturday evening in Nashville Me morial Hospital. Sur vived by wife, Mrs. Ma dean Wilson -Burnette: daughters, Miss Kelly Burnette, Miss Karen Burnette: sister. Mrs. Mildred B. Hooper, all of Goodlettsville; brothers. James C. Burnette, Nashville, William Jo seph Burnette. Green briar, Albert S. Burnette. Brentwood. Remains at the Cole and Garrett Fu neral Home, Goodletts ville where services will be conducted Tuesday afternoon at 2 o’clock by Roy McConnell. Honor ary pallbearers: Depart ment 810 of Avco Cor-poration. Active pallbearers: Edward Binkley, Maurice Frey, Winston Forsythe, John Smiley, Robert Butler, Robert Porter. Inter ment, Forest Lawn Cemetery. COLE & GAR- RETT, Goodlettsville Lavercne. TN TOLLETT, Hubert-May 26, 1979. Survived by three daughters, June Gray, Carroltown, AL, Jean Bohannan, and Glenda Poole; son, Hu bert Glenn, all of La vercne; daughter. Patri cia Yerby, Carroltown, AL; eleven grandchildren; stepmother, Millie Toiiett. (Jookeville: twelve brothers and sisters. Remains are -at Hibbett and Hailey Fu neral Home, where ser vices will be conducted 3 p.m. Monday, by Bro Martin Ray. Nephews win serve as pallbearers. Interment, Hermitage Memorial Gardens. HIBBETT & HAILEY FU NERAL HOME, 883 2361 2012 Charlotte Ave. N., Friday, May 25, 1979. Survived by devoted wife, Mrs. Etta L. King; daughter, Ms. Vivian P. Teague; grandson, Miguel 0. Teague; three sisters, Mrs. Sue B. Swett, Nashville, TN., Mrs. Irma Bradfield of Detroit, MI, and Mrs. Anna Bell Morrell, Pu-laski, TN; three brothers, Messrs. Robert King, Nashville, Ira and Ernest King, Cleveland, OH; devoted mother-in-law, Mrs. Pauline Milam; two sisters-in-law, Mrs. Thelma and Mrs. Beatrice King of Cleveland, OH: three brothers-in-law, Mr. Walter Swett, Nashville, TN, Mr. Edward Brad-field, Detroit, Michigan and Dr. E. M. Morrell, Pulaski, TN; devoted nephew, Mr. James T. Walker; a host of other nephews, nieces, and cousins; one devoted cousin, Mr. Edgar Milam: other relatives and friends. Visitation with the family and the Masonic Rites from 7 till 8 p.m. (this) Tuesday, May 29, at the Ebezener Baptist Church, 2624 Morema St. Funeral service immediately after. Eulogy by Rev, L. Grimes. Remarks by Rev. T. Greer, Rev. N.E. Douglas and others. Honorary pallbearers are Employees of U.S. Agri-Chemical Co. Active pallbearers are nephews. Flowerbearers are Workmanship Club and Ushers. INterment. National Cemetery. JOHNSON’S HOUSE OF ATENA Lebanon, TN Highland Park. IL BROWN. Claude Pierce Sr. age 58, Saturday, May 26, 1979. Survived by wife, Mrs. Ellinor V. Brown; four daughters, Miss Barbara Brown, Highland Park, Miss Claudia A. Brown, Hawaii, Mrs. Dorothy A. Gross, Tuanakuna, ID. Mrs. Elizabeth A. Leonard, Chenoa, ILL; one son, Claude P. Brown, Jr., Highland Park; ILL; two grandchildren; one aunt, Mrs. Annie Weyrock, Lebanon. Remains are at Nave Funeral Home, where funeral services will be held 10 a.m. Tuesday, conducted by Rev. Del-wyn Fryer. Interment, Cedar Grove Cemetery. NAVE FUNERAL HOME, Lebanon Columbia, TN YEAGER. Mrs. Betty Ruth Duncan 48 years, resident of Columbia, died Saturday afternoon at Maury County Hospital. Funeral services will be conducted Monday at 2 o’clock at the First Cumberland Presby-tarian Church. Burial will be in Polk Memorial Gardens. Survivors include her husband, Mr. A. D. Yeager; one daughter, Mrs. James Roeschell, and two sons, William Larry Yeager and Anthony David Yeager, all of Columbia; mother. Mrs. H. M. Dixon, of Columbia; one sister, Mrs. Margaret Vandiver, Columbia; two brothers, Marvin Dun can, Columbia and Carl W. Duncan of Pasadena, CA. OAKES & NICHOLS FUNERAL DIREC TORS Huntsville. TN LAW, Mrs. Tina-of the Gravel Hill community, Saturday May 26, 1979 at he McFarland Hospital, Lebanon, TN. Survived by daughter, Mrs. Robbie Law, of Hartsville, TN, Mrs. Charlie Temple, Mrs. Hattie McKay, of Nashville. TN; son, Mr, Leo Law, of Hartsville, TN, Mr. Fred Law, of San hransisco, CA; sister, Mrs. Annie Adkins; two brothers, Charlie and Fulton Mitchell, of Nashville, TN; eight grand children; eight great grandchildren; one daughter-in-law. Mrs Emma B. Law, Hartsville, TN; two son-in- laws. Coach Ed Temple- torn. Professor Kenneth McKay, of Nashville, TN; two sisters-in-laws, Mrs. Clara Mitchell, of Nashville, Tn. and Mrs. Margaret Mitchell, of St. Louis. MO; a devoted niece, Mrsi Rosebell of Lebanon, TN; many other nieces, nephews, a host of relatives and friends. The remains are at the Carr Funeral Home. The remains will be conveyed to Gravel Hill Baptist Church Monday May 28, 1979. Visitation will be from 7 until 8 p.m.. funeral immedi ately following conduct ed by Kev. fci.L. waller Interment, Tuesday morning at 10 a.m. at Family Cemetery CARR FUNERAL LANGSTON. James Thomas Sunday, Ma; 27, 1979 at a local infir mary. Survived b daughters, Mrs. Dorm King, and Mrs. Joe Bright; sons, Jerry, Paul, Robert, and Ken neth Langston; brothers, Rev. Ralph Langston and Johnny Langston, all oi jxasnviue. Remains are at the chaoel o Pettus-Owen & Wood 4506 Charlotte Ave wnere tuneral services will be conducted Wednesday morning at 10 o clock by the Rev. Henry Newman. Friends to serve as pallbearers. Interment, Young Ceme tery (Cheatham Co.) PETTUS-OWEN & WOOD, 292-3392 ROLMAN. Mrs. Mary M May 27. 1979 in Memphis, TN. Survived bv dau&hter. Mrs. Vireil Todd, Memphis, TN; son, Rev. W.L. Rolman Jr., Humboldt, TN; sister. Thelma Ray, Tullahoma, TN. Remains are at Pettus-Owen & Wood. 4506 Charlotte Ave. where funeral services will be conducted Tuesday afternoon at 2:30 o’clock by Dr. Joe Ben Irby and Rev. Maury Norman." Nephews to serve as pallbearers. Interment. Woodlawn Me morial Park. PETTUS- OWEN&WOOD, 292-3392 EDWARDS. Mrs. Willie Mae Saturday, May 26, 1979 at a local infirmary. Survived by son, Buford Edwards, Charlotte, TN; brothers. Ozro Chapman. Nashville, and Elmo Chapman of Mississippi; sisters. Mrs. C.G. Watson and Mrs. O.W. McDonald; both of Nashville. Mrs. James W. Holley. Madison, TN and Mrs. Sam Rose, Smyrna, TN; fourteen grandchildren; nineteen great grand children. Mrs Edwards is in the Dogwwod Room of Woodlawn Funeral Home on Thompson Lane. Funeral services, Tuesday, May 29, 1979 at 2 p.m. from the Wood lawn Chapel of Roses with Rev. Grover Butler and Rev. George Jones officiating. Active pall bearers: Richard Cole man, Buford Edwards, Johnny Edwards, Robert Edwards, Archie Woo-ten, Cliff Edwards, Jessie Edwards, Mark Edwards. Honorary: Billy Chapman. Jack Curtis. Robert Kinsall, Earl Alexander, George Harris, Garland Griggs, Bill Campbell, Frank Johnson, Glen Johnson. Gary Mallory, Jimmy Sloan, Craig Cashion , Mr. Ellis, J.B. Smith Jr., Randy Harris, Gary Rice, Eddy Arnold. Dicky Arnold, Raymond Brown, Glen Huff, Bill McDonald, Howard Gardner, Art Slate. Interment, Woodlawn Memorial Park. Arrangements by WOODLAWN FUNERAL HOME, 383-4754 Nashville and Chapel Hill. TN WILSON. Mrs. Judy Young age 33, Saturday night. May 26, 1979 in Baptist Hospital. Surviving are her husband, Billy Wilson, Nashville; mother, Mrs, Sylvia Young, Ocean Side, CA; brother, Micheal David Young, Chula Vista, CA; grandmother, Mrs. Sarah Cole, Tempe, CA; and mother-in-law, Mrs. Fannie Pearl Wilson, Nashville. Remains are at the Lawrence Funeral Home, Chapel Hill, where services will be held Tuesday afternoon at 1 o’clock. Burial will be in the Swanson Cemetery. LAWRENCE FU-NERAL HOME. Chapel Hill. 364-2233 . BOOKER. Mrs. Mary Alice-May 27, 1979 in a local infirmary. She is the widow of the late Larry T. Booker. She is survived by two daughters, Miss Maudie L. Booker, Mrs. Tom A. (Lois) Moore, two granddaughters, Mrs. Buford (Barbara) Reynolds Jr., Miss Alice M. Moore; two sisters, Mrs. Lcttie Bates and Mrs. Maude Booker, all of Nashville. Her remains are at the Broadway Chapel, 1715 Broadway, where services will be conducted Wednesday, May 30, 1979 at l o’clock with Dr. Thomas C. Whitfield officiating. Interment, Woodlawn Cemetery. Family will receive friends Monday and Tuesday from 7 till 9 p.m.. Joe L. Booker, Lloyd Van Hook. Alvin Van Hook, Howard Van Hook, Glenn Gossett, Dennis McCarty, Bufurd Reynolds Jr., Frank Griffin, Wayne Griffin, and Harold Forehand will serve as pallbearers. ROESCH PATTON DORRIS & CHARLTON. Broadway Chapel, 1715 Broadway, 244-6480 – wardMay 27, 1979. Survived by three sons, Mi-cheal Wayne Taylor, Gregory Jay Taylor, Robert Edward Taylor. Jr., all of Donelson; fa ther, James E. Taylor, of Akron, OH; brother. Vir gil Kinder Taylor, Cleveland, OH; two sisters, fclsle bayre, Akron, OH, and Betty Buckland. of Risisng Sun. Maryland; anomer orotner. James Taylor, Columbus. OH. Remains are at Hermit age Funeral Home, where, services will be conducted at 10 a.m. Tuesday; ;- pallbearers: Ricky Boone, William Wakerield. Kenneth Wallace, Larry Pillon, Brian Buckland, Dayton and David Parker. Interment, Hermitage Memorial Gardens. HERMITAGE FUNERAL HOME. 889-0361 BYRD. Mrs. Walter Jen- nette May 27, 1979 at a local infirmary, age 87 years. Survived by chil dren, Mrs. Fred (Ruby) Jones, and Walter Ray mond Byrd, both of Nashville. Mrs. Dorothy Scallan, of Houston, TX; eleven grandchildren; twenty two great grandchildren; three great great grandchildren. The remains are at Ellis Fu neral Home, 2627 Nolens-ville Road, where funeral services will be conduct ed at 3 p.m. Tuesday. Greatgrandchildren will serve as pallbearers. ELLIS FUNERAL HOME DIRECTORS, 255-5412. : RICKMAN. Laura Simms May 26, 1979. Survived by daughter. Geraldine Bropny of Florida: three sisters, Mrs. Minnie Simms Ray. Donelson. Mrs. Rose Simms Wells. Nashville. Mrs. Viola Simms McCampbell, Donelson; brother. Barton Simms. Nashville; four – grand children; one great grandchild. Remains are at Hibbett and Hailey Funeral Home. Services will be conducted at 2 p.m.-Tuesday, from the Andrew Price united Memorial Methodist Church (Chapel) by Rev. Ken uselton and Rev. W.E. Gober. Honorary pallbearers: Friendship Class of Andrew Price United Memorial Meth odist Church. Dr. James E. Mints. Active pall bearers: John Coville. Robert Brophy, Allen McCampbell Jr.. Thonv as Wash Jr., Edward and David SimmS. Jimmy and David Wash. Family requests donations be made to. the Memorial Fund of Andrew Price United Memorial Meth odist Church. Interment. Mt. Olivet Cemetery. HIBBETT & HAILEY. DIRECTORS. 883-2361 LONG. Mrs. Nina Eliza beth Of Nashville. Fri day evening May 25, 1979, at . Pinemont Nursing Home. Survived by two daughters, Mrs. Georgia Douglas: of Nashville. Mrs. Betty Gulledge of Martinez. Ga.; three sons. Earnest Long, North Augusta, S.C.. Raymond Long. Jr.. of Madison. Tn. and Mike Long of Madison; two sisters. Mrs. Virginia Robinson, Henderson ville. Mrs. Flora Pyron of Old Hickory. Tn.; two brothers. Odcll Howell. Goodlettsville, Tommy Howell of rairtax, va thirteen grandchildren; four great grandchil dren. The remains are at the Madison Funeral Home, 219 Old Hickory B vd.. where funeral ser vices will be conducted Monday, May 28 at 10:00 by Ira North. Interment Soring Hill Cemetery. Grandsons will serve as Pallbearers. James Long. Kenneth Long. Earnest Long. Jr., Lloyd Gulledcc. Douglas Don aldson, and Mike Long, ‘Ar MADISON FlINER AL HOME. Directors, 868-9020- McMlLLEN. Sr. James Dallav-Saturday. Ma. 26. 1979 at a local infirmary. Survived by wife, Ella Mae McMillen; three daughters, Mrs Louise Moore, Anita Reynolds and Angela McMillen. all of Nashville; three sons. William 0., of the U.S. Navy, Charles E. and James D, Jr.. of Nashville. Mr McMillen is in the Iris Room of Woodlawn Fu neral Home Thompson Lane. Funeral services will be conducted Tuesday. May 29. 1979 in the Woodlawn Chapel of Roses at 10 a.m. with Rev. H. Frank Kemper officiating. Pallbearers: John Moore. Kenneth Reynolds. David Valtez Bob Scagraves, Clay McCool and Roger Wolf. Interment, Woodlawn Memorial Park. Arrangements by WOOD- LAWN FUNERAL HOME. 383-4754. . Boyte Age 82, died Saturday. May 26.. 1979. Sur vived by two sons, Jesse Odell Walker. Arue, Ala., Brantley Walker, Green-brier, Tenn.; three daughters, Mrs. Nople Binkley and Mrs. Gwen- dola West, both of Ash land City, Mrs. Ann Ayl-ward, Sharon, Mass.; one sister, Berdie Thax-ton, Town Creek, Ala.; seventeen ‘ grandchildren; twenty-five great grandchildren.’ Remains rest at Shearon-Hunt Funeral Home, where services will be conducted Monday morning, May 28, at 11 a.m. by Bro. Terry Boyd. Interment Bethlehem Cemetery. Grandsons will serve as Pallbearers. Arrang-ments by SHEARON-HUNT FUNERAL. Directors, 792-4677 CAMERON, Mrs. Emma G. Friday evening. May 25, 1979. Survived by three daughters. Mrs Robert L. (Jean) Shepherd, Mrs. Daniel E. (Judy) Lloyd and Mrs. George D. (Rosemary) Spivey; brother, Wendell C. Griffith of Evanston, 111.; and eight grandchil dren. Remains rest at the funeral home of Phillips- Robinson Co.; 2707 Galla tin Rd. where funeral services will be conducted Sunday afternoon at 4 :00 o’clock with the Rev, Ted Malouf and Rev. T.W. Mayhew official ing. Interment will be in Dundee, Illinois. Honor ary Pallbearers will be members of the Board of Stewards of East End United Methodist Church. PHILLIPS ROBINSON CO..- Direc tors BOBBITT. Randall (Randy) WadeSuddenly Friday night. May 25, 1979. Survived by his parents, Mr. and Mrs Wade H. Bobbitt; sister, Melissa Ann Bobbitt; grandparents. Mr. and Mrs. Austin Bobbitt of Nashville and Mr. and Mrs. D.C. Bobbitt of Ashland City. Remains, rest at the funeral home of Phillips-Robinson Co., 2707 Gallatin Rd., where funeral services will be conducted Monday after noon at 1:00 o’clock with the Rev. Fred E.A. Johnson officiating. Pallbearers include George Michael Sparks, Robert Lee Bobbitt, Ralph David Bobbitt, Charles B. Shu mate. Charles David Ha. milton. Michael D: Petty, Terrell A. Cummingsand Bobby Toombs. Inter ment Spring Hill Ceme tery. PHILLIPS-ROBIN SON CO., Directors M A R K L E . Mr Jacob Saturday morn Ing, May 26. 1979 at his residence. Survived by sisters, Miss Mignon Markle and Fedora Mar kle of Nashville; cousins, Philip Markle of Memphis, TN. Mrs. Frieda Lanski of Chicago, IL. Remains are at Marshall Donnelly Combs. 201 25th Ave. North. Funeral services 11 a.m. Monday, May 28. 1979 at West End Synagogue, conducted by Kev. Bernard uiusman. Pallbearers are Law Partners at Howser Thomas-Binkley-Sum mers & Archer. Manuel Eskind. At Alessib, Judge Albert Williams. Lou Shapiro, Hyman Cohen. Willie Wilkie. Bobby Jones. W.A. Ram ey, Mack Smith, Ed Hoi land. Buchanan Loser, Woodrow Gregory, Louis Komisar. Georee Gar mon, Leo Schwartz, Ben nie Schwartz. Marvin Lipschutz, W.W. Dowlen. Arnold Davis and Mack Webb. Interment, K.K.A.I. cemetery. Me: morials may be made tc your favorite charity. MARSHALL’ DONNEL LY COMBS. 327-1111 MOODY. Mrs. Patricia Lee Saturday May 26, 1979 at a local infirmary. Survived by husband, John Moody; sons. John W. Moody II, Nashville. J3mes Franklin Moody, Columbia; daughter, Mrs. Cinthia. Loring. Nashville; father and mother. Issac and Frances Cravens Rich ardson." Tampa. FL; sis ter. Mrs: Jane Adcock. Tamoa. FL: four grand children. Mrs. Moody is in the Dogwood Room o( Woodlawn Funeral Home on Thompson Lane. Funeral services at 11 a.m.. Monday, May 28. 1979 in the Woodlawn Mausoleum Chapel with Rev. Ronnie-Pittenger officiating. Pallbearers: Wayne Johnson, Billy Thomas, Harry Rather, Billy Saunders, James Cleaves, Don Campbell. Entombment. Woodlawn Mausoleum.’ In Lieu of flowers please make con tributions to the Ameri can Cancer. Society. Ar raneements by WOODLAWN FUNER AL HOME 383-4754 1936 GOP presidential candidate he carried only Maine and Vermont against Franklin D. Roo sevelt, and never again House. His daughter, Nancy today the only woman U.S. – K Program To Reproduce Library’s r 9-Million-Card Public Catalog ; NEW YORK ( AP) A photographically the New 9-million-card public catalog is being undertak en by the library and Boston Publisher U.K. Hall & Co. A spokesman says printed catalog will consist of some 800 10-inch by 14-inch volumes. A microfilm edition also is planned. The catalog "is being to insure preservation tenorating card catalog, as well as to make the library’s vast holdings more widely avails able." Choking on Food Tops in Accidents , X overnignt. from 1933 to 1937. As the tried lor the white ,r. Landon Kassebaum, is senator. . program to reproduce York Public Library’s! that in book form the 1 J prepared for publication of the library’s de-. . r cidentally chokington food than are killed by guns, airplane accidents, snake bites; lightning or electrical shock, according to the American Councirof Life Insurance. ,, ; Florals frdm $15.00, 24 Hour Phone Service.’ 327-0202- Order ind My "Chtrge it", RIVERMONT’ MEMORIAL GARDENS’ R. 1, Kingston Sprlngt M." Kingtton Springi, Ttnn. "Serving The Mid-South?’ ChMtham Davidson Dickson Counties PRE-ARRANGE YOUR . t BURIAL ESTATE 242-5S72 Ph. 797-2152 Naskvillto Dickson HH NEW YORK (AP)-More people die by ac- HOOTS. Christine Adkins May 26, 1979 in a local infirmary. She is survived by one son, John C. Adkins, Nashville; two brothers, Bob Edmund-son, Fred D. Edmund-son, both of Polaski; two sisters, Mrs. Eleanor Thompson, Memphis, Mrs. Ava Edmundson, West Virginia; two grandsons, John C. Adkins Jr., Micheal D. Adkins; two stepsons, James W. Hoots, all of Nashville and Frank Hoots, Austin, TX. Her remains are at the Broadway Chapel, 1715 Broadway, where funeral services will be conducted Monday, May 28, 1979 at 1 o’clock with Dr. Ralph Nance officiating. Interment Woodlawn Cemetery. Honorary Sallbearers: Industrial elations Department Ford Motor Company Glass Plant. Active pallbearers, Bob Thome-berry, R. B. Wrighl William Blalock, Paul Morris, Art Hcnsley, and Horace Garrett. ROESCH PATTON DORRIS & CHARLTON, Broadway Chapel, 1715 Broadway, 244-6480 9020 . VICE HOME, 374-3124 . . . r

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