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from Reids- e n s at of Internal are and of home. Albert C. Keatts Dies In Hospital GRETNA--Albert Casper Keatti 68, died in McGuire Veterans Hospital, Richmond, Thursday night. A Pittsylvania County native, Mr. Keatts was a son of the Charlie and Lillian Bennett Keatts c He was a veteran of World War Survivors include his wife, Mrs. Exie Parsons Keatts of Gretna Rt. 4; six sons, Cecil, Gordon, Thomas and Albert C. Keatts, all of Hurt, and Howard and Keatts of Baltimore, Md.; two daughters, Mrs. Ruby Scruggs Hampton and Mrs. Clara Meadors of Gretna; six brothers, Jesse Keatts of Stafford, Herbert Keatt of California, Giles and Clayton Keatts of Baltimore, Md., Posey Keatts of Hurt and Alma Keatts of Lynchburg; a sister, Mrs. Lula Barber of Altavisita; and ten grandchildren. Funeral rites will be conducted tomorrow at 2:30 p.m. from the Spring Road Baptist Church with interment folowing in the Keatts family cemetery near Piney Fork "