As- Â· | of St. Johns .Â·o o'clock from i n u church, St. Pauls, as a member. I Â« v i v rites was '.he pastor. ST. PAULS -- Funeral services for J. L. Walker, of St. Pauls, died of a heart attack Thursday evening in Highsmith hospital Fay Cltevilfp, were held Saturday af tcrnoon at two o'clock from the First Baptist, chu which he wa charge of the . . Rev. \V. Earl Robinson, assist e bv Rev. Lindbergh Collins. R a Â·-.- - --.-,-- i v i l l e : two eigh, formerly of St. Pauls, a Robert Hinson. of Enwnuel be. ness church, St. Pauls, and Dr. Charles Tucker, pastor Parkton Baptist church. B u was in Oak Ridge cemetery. He is survived by his widow; five sons, Horace Walker, S t. Paul's. Richard Walker, Fayette\ ilip. Lfliiis Walker, Delaw a r Md., .Tame? Walker, Richmond, Va., John Walker, Fort Jacks o S. C-: five daughters, Mrs. Ruby En:'i\ Ps"kton. Mrs. Nrttie C u breth. Suffolk. Va., Mrs. Ann nan. Arhor. Mich., Mrs. -Joe Brisson and Mrs. Poole Trawick,! St. Paul?. Pallbearers were James Ever ett, Enoch Everett. M. L. Everett. Jpsse Autry, John Wilson, and R. S. Sessoms.