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Alfred Hatcher Dies at 85 Airrccl Hatcher, 83, of 2806 22nd Ave., S., a retired post office employe, died at 7 p.m. yes- leraay in Baptist Hospital after a Ionic illness. Funeral arrangements are In complete. The body it at Cos niopolltan Funeral Home. A native of Humphreys County, Hatcher was a sou of James S. and Mary Halbrook Hatcher. Actress Answer to PrWout Purrle V ' i J MSSS Alfred Hatcher Former school teacher He wag educated In Humphreys County and was graduated from Edgewood Normal School with B.S. and A.B. degrees. He studied accounting from International Accounting Society and at Fall's Busines College and took graduate work at Pea-body College. At the age of 19 Hatcher was elected nrinclpal of New Middle-ton High School and was county superintendent of Humphreys County Schools for six years. During the 20 years of his teaching career, he was principal of McEwen, Waverly, and Burns hieh schools. For 32 years Hatcher was a postal employe. After his retire ment in 1947. he practice public accounting. On April 26. 1952, he married the former Maude Baket She survives. Hatcher was a member f the Elkins Avenue Baptist Church, a past master of the Mtsons, ana a member of various ac counting organizations. H was past president of Local 5 of the National Federation of Post Office Clerks, and was president of Chapter 127 of the National Association of Retired Postal Clerks. Other survivors are four tons, Eldon H. Hatcher, Lester Hatcher, and Earl Hatcher, all of Nashville; and Thurston R. Hatcher, Clearwater, Fla.; two step-daughters, Mrs. Joe Gibson and Mrs. J. H. Patton, both of Nashville: three step-ions, Odell Baker, Nashville. Spurgeon Baker and Scopa Baker, both of New Middleton, Tenn.r two brothers, Ernest R. Hatcher ACROSS 1 Screen actress, Laurei 7 Humiihrcy was kcr husband 13 Bead 14 Click beetle 15 Italian condiment 16 1'nrufflcd 17 King of Judah Kib.) 18 Witticism 20 Long-lived Biblical character 21 Philippine measure 5 Gibbon 6 Peruvian carrier 7 Finest ' 6 Aged (dial.) 9 Depots (Fr.) 10 Solar disk 11 Nevada city 12 Very (Fr.) 19 Number 21 She plsyi roles 22 Trying experience 23 Tested 24 Feminine nickname 25 Hurdy-gurdy 26 Small drink 28 German river HjAjSHl IHiA'MI ICtQiUiI 'ITmLIp w eft n" f wis gPAyvWACeisl eg i iJ ems ikSsJ 23 Postscript (ab.) 29 Joust 24 Shrub 30 Plexus 83 Desert region 35 Sleeveless garment 40 Suffix 42 Specify 44 Anxious 45 Wade 46 Martian (comb. form) 27 Always (poet.) 31 Belgian stream 47 Endure Attempt 32 Musical run 34 She stars In the 48 Italian city 49 French verb 50 Lamb 51 Church fast season 53 Assam silkworm 55 Mariner's direction 56 Fiber knots 36 Bartercr 37 Lissome 38 Dutch measure 39 Time period 41 Natural fat 42 Morindin dye 43 Dispatched 45 Autumn 48 Japanese outcast 49 Conger 52 Fanons 54 Docile 57 Miami Beach for instance 58 Alkaloid' 59 Feminine nickname (yar.) 60 Reiterate DOWM 1 Philippine child 2 Genus of freshwater ducks 3 Italian peak 4 Wine cup Tj2 3. IS 16 I 7 ja 8 111 111 hi j re rs r? k i IF T " 21 122 p3 24 125 126 r 2T 28 j ft. JiU jil 32 Sr W 37 42 T" W 44 ' ZjCf. I i m 52 5J 54 55 166 5l 1 I I II I I I to Tobacco Markets Filling Rapidly By HAL HERD Farm News Editor Tobacco warehouses through out Middle Tennessee are rap-Idly filling with baskets of bright burley in preparation of opening sales next Tuesday, Matt Jennings, director of divi sion of marketing, state department of agriculture, announced yesterday. "More than 50 per cent of the crop has bean stripped and recent wet weather has brought the leaf 'is order' for (tripping and grading," he said. "Warehouses throughout the state are filling as fast as they can wegh In the tobacco. Floors will be filled for the opening auction sales in the 20 markets throughout the state." Sales should be in line with last year which hit a record high average of $66.47 a hundred pounds. Quality is not expected to be as high as last year but prices should remain strong be cause of the supply on hand. Stocks on hand are normal buc the amount under government Nashville, and the Rev, Lemuei an is very low-only a 19-day Hatcher, McKenzie, Tfnn.; andisuppiy. three sisters. Mrs. Im. Green- LAST YEAR Tennessee farm- well, and Mrs. Katii Rankin, ers sold 124,760,000 pounds for both of McEwen, Tens., and Mrs Frances Hurt. Toled, Ohio. number of pounds. There were more than 141 million pounds sold 10 years ago. Estimated yield this year is 1,700 pounds an acre compared with 1,855 pounds last year. Dry weather at planting time Is re sponsible for the decline in yield. Total acreage In burley this year is 67,000 acres compared with 63,000 last year. Warehouses opened floors early Saturday and will continue receiving burley until all the space is taken. Sales, which begin next Tuesday, will continue 3! i hours daily until Dec. 21. A two-week Christmas holiday will be taken so buyers can clean up their stocks. About 75 per cent of the crop is expected to be marketed before Christmas. Average government support price is up slightly from 57.2 cents a pound last year to 57.8 cents this season. Roche Funeral Set Tomorrow Tast-Paced Pageant Tells ' A& History of 50 Years By CLARA HIERONYMUS I plishmenU. the narrator spoke of The story of the founding and its hall of fame athletes and growth of a significant Naah-j coaches and named them one ville school is told in a fast- by one. A student, representing paced, dramatic pageant which each In turn, came out on stage opened at Tennessee A4I State -to stand in embarrassment at L'niversity last night to markphe giggles from the audience. Its 50th anniversary. A fanfare for each name with Written by faculty members no actual stand-in would have Laura M. Averitte and Thomas E. Poaa, the four-act music drama uses narration and tab leaux as well as music and dance to recount the changes from small land grant normal school for Negroes in 1911 to its present status as a fully accredited university qualified to bestow the master's digree. The historical background is highlighted by the first president's injunction to his teachers to work an hour a day on the school gTounds: "Our campus Is barren, rocky and ungraded. You will take your turn at husking corn, planting flowers, cleaning out the rocks;" and by his decision to adopt as the school motto, "Enter to learn Go forth to serve." The development of Its traditions and curricula was- saved from being the dry bones of history by the skillful Interpolation of songs by the University choir and the Concert Singers, by ballets of the Modern Dance Group and some tantalizing music by a unity of the University band. THE CHOIR sang, unaccompanied for the most part, a stirring variety of ballads and spirituals that included "Roll Jordan," "My Lord's Gonna Rain Down Fire," "Bring Me Men," "Nobody Knows" (with a stunning modern dance), "O Lord, I've Done What You Told Me To Do," and "Yonder Come Day." In the Concert Singers' group Barbara Gray and Charley Allen were featured strikingly as soloists in "Pralsin My Jesus" and "Ezeklel Saw the Wheels." These were delight enough, but add a corps of majorettes in rhythmic routines to "Walk on the Wild Side" and "One Mint Julep" by the band and this becomes an outstanding evenings entertainment Om other note on the 50th anniversary pageant. It Is open to thi public, again tonight and tomorrow night, with no admission charge. But if the program offered only one segment of the act devoted to present day cam pus activities the AFROTC drill tiam it would have justified paying cash for a ticket. The trick drill is a real nhow stopper, a sassy, precise, swlngy tour d force that is as much dance march. M8gt Joe Crowell,? who called the turns and kept the beat, might not like it described aa choreography but thafis what It Is, shifting from brfek shoulder and hand business to whispery soft-shoe shuffle. Il ought to be put on a record, for It would delight the ear even when it couldn't be seen. AS A PRODUCTION, regarded separately from content, the "Golden Heritage" pageant Is very well done. One major weakness marred its effectiveness toward its conclusion by creating a ludicrous note. In review jng the school's athletic accom- Services for Marion L. Roche, 50, of 3829 Bonnacreek Drive, a record $82,927,249. This is a head technician in the surgical record sum but not the largest! pathology department at Van- iderbilt Hospital, will be at 1:30 p.m. tomorrow at Fhillips-Robin-son Funeral Home, The Rev. Morris Hunt will of ficiate. Burial will be in Spring Hill Cemtery. Roche died yesterday in Van derbllt Hospital after a long ill nees. A native of Greenville, Miss., he was a son of the late M. L. and Lea Hampton Roche. In 1932, he married the former Mary Louise Wade. She survives. Other survivors are three sons, James Edward Roche, Mt. Juliet, Tenn., Charles Summers Roche, Donelson, and Richard Wade Roche, a student at Middle Ten nessee State College, Murfrees boro; a daughter, Mrs. James Edwin Garrett, Donelson; two sisters, Mrs. Mary Miller, Hous ton, lex., and Mrs. Frank Dabbs, Nashville; and four grandchildren. been a more successful device It Is. nevertheless, informa tive and both entertaining and moving. The job or researching the background data was done by A&I faculty member R. Grann Lloyd. Poag, co-authoi and head of the speech and drama department also served as stage director. The pageant is performed in the University auditorium. Curtain time la 8:15 p.m. today and tomorrow. City Council To Meet Today A quiet, routine session Is expected when the lame duck City Council meets at 7:30 p.m. today in the council chambers on the second floor of the David son County Courthouse. Linza C. Grammer Llnza Calvin Grammer. 78, of 1211 Battlefield Drive, a retired contractor, died of a stroke yes terday at his home. Services will be at 3 p.m. to morrow at Ellis & Kldd Funeral Home. The Rev. Luke Fuqua and the Rev. Floyd Blankenshlp win officiate. Burial will be in Mt. Olivet Cemetery. Besides his widow, he Is sur vived by four daughters, Mrs. Herbert Foster, Peoria, 111., Miss Marian Grammer, Akron, Ohio, Mrs. Harold Robbins. Ypsilanti. Mich., and Mrs. Joseph P. Mc i..1j, iu. m 4 i. "-it-"., una -tirs. josepn r. jic- Jr,, TnSn.ttlh J'" m n. Nashville; four sons, introduced Is one which will ., fi, ' T. n . - v -s i a is i mer Jr. and E. P. Grammer, all close portions of several streets in the path of the Interstate Highway system. Mrs. Addie McMahon Services for Mrs. Addle Burns McMahon, 95, member of a pioneer Tennessea family, will be at 2 p.m. tomorrow at Spruce Street Baptist Church. Burial will be in Greenwood Cemetery. Mrs. McMahon died Sunday at her home, 1018 Ninth Ave.. N., 1 111 :. oner cl Jung iu- lj t4C3a 1 1J5 uuu tY io Uardner Fu neral Home. Mrs. McMahon McMahonMurfreesboro. Mrs. Survivors Include two daugh ters, Mrs. Tomella Sellers and Miss Nellie McMahon, both of. Nashville; a son, Horace McMahon, Nashville; a brother, Clarence Burns, Louisville; and two grandchildren. of Nashville, and Robert L. Grammer, Dania, Fla.; a stepson. Carl Eakes, Nashville; three brothers, Dock Grammer, Ft. Worth, Tex.. Will Grammer Lima, Ohio, and Arthur Gram mer, Chattanooga; 16 grandchildren; and five great-grandchildren. Mrs. Maybell Page Services for Mrs. Maybelle Holcomb Page, 50, of 133 Clear-view Circle Hendersonville, will be at 10:30 a.m. tomorrow at Woodbine Funeral Home. The Rev. W. E. Gover will officiate. Burial will be in Woodlawn Memorial Park. Mrs. Page died of a heart attack at 10:15 p.m. Sunday in Sumner County Memorial Hos pital. Mrs. Page was a Methodist. Survivors include, a daughter Mrs. Norma Jean Marlin, Hendersonville, and two grandchildren. Th Funtral Horns BiautifHl , . . bodlawn Mortuar IN WOODLAWN MEMORIAL PARK Thompson Lane Nit hi vb i-ms . i rib for the finest, most unusual Floral Designs 4.TAW Jill IW- City Wide Delivery Green Hills Village AM 5661 Hek Wakefield Funeral Today Services for Henry S. (Hek) Wakefield, 63, Vanderbilt All- America end In 1924, will be at 2 p.m. today at Beasley and Davis f uneral Home, Peters burg, Tenn. Dr. Athens Clay Pullias, presi dent of David Lipscomb College, will officiate. Burial will be in Old Orchard Cemetery Petersburg. Wakefield was fatally Injured yesterday morning in what police said was a traffic accident, He left his motel room on Nolensville Road about 8:13 a.m About an hour later, his body ...... tu J . . wao iuuuu aL uiu uuur 01 HIS room, his damaged car nearby. junn void, investigator for the district attorney general's of fice, said Wakefield apparently crashed into a utility pole, then managed to drive back to his motel before collapsina. His car was heavily damaged, the seat stained with blood. Cole said a wood perservlne composition, usea on utility poles, was found on Wakefield's automobile. Location of the accident was not determined, uoie sam. Wakefield, a salesman for the Feklkirscher Co. in Nashville, had registered at the motel about 10 days ago. The former football star made his home with a sister in Petersburg. He played four years during Vanderbilfs era of great foot ball teams from 1921 through 1924. He was graduated from Vanderbilt with a bachelor of arts degree. Wakefield played fullback. halfback, and end durine his career ana was regarded as the greatest drop kicker in the school's history. Wakefield also played baseball and ran track at Vander bilt. He was a leader in a num ber of campus organizations. During his football career. Vanderbilt won 28 games, lost live, and tied four. He was the third man in Vanderbilt history io mane an Ail-America team. He was a member of the Church of Christ. Survivors include a sister, Mrs. C. C. London, Petersburg, and a brother, W. W. Wakefield, Springfield, Tenn. Brother Held Shooting By JERRY THOMPSON J Norman Wayne (Slugger) Clark a name widely known In Nashville, police circles popped into the picture again yesterday when police accused him o f shooting his brother in an argument over a S3 bill. City homicide officers said Clark, 29, shot his brother, FeU ton, 27, of 713 Florence Ave. in the right leg and thigh. Felton was listed in good condition in Madison Hospital last night. The shooting occurred at Cooper's Tavern, 1806 Church St., police said. CLARK WAS released from city jail on bond. He was cnargea witn assault wan a pistol and carrying a pistol. His trial, scheduled yesterday In City Court, was postponed until next Monday due to his brothers hospitalization. Norman Clark had his first run-in with the law at the age of 16, when he was sentenced to then State Training School for Boys at Jordonia in 1948 and has since been arrested more than to dozen times on felony charges alone, police said. William B. Jones Jr. William B. Jones Jr., 35, of Thompson Lane, died of a virus infection at 3 p.m. yesterday at his residence. Services will be at 2 p.m. today at Cosmopolitan Funeral Home, The Rev. Richard Vick will of ficiate. Burial will be in Wood- lawn Memorial Park. A native of Nashville, Jones was a son of Mrs. Grace Jennett Jones and the late William B. Jones Sr. Other survivors are a sister, Mrs. R. P. Lambert, Nashville, and two brothers, Charles M. Jones and Bobby N. Jones, both of Nashville. Robert L. Douglas Robert L. Douglas, 83, of 310 Pullan Ave., a retired contractor, died at 3:13 p.m. yesterday in Davidson County Hospital. Services will be at 11 a.m. tomorrow at Eastland Funeral Home. The Rev. Arthur T. Nelson and Harold Sorrell will officiate. Burial, with Masonic rites, will be in Woodlawn Memorial Park. He Is survived by five sons, H. L. Douglas, H. V. Douglas, R. S. Douglas, L. H. Douglas and R. L. Douglas, all of Nash ville; two daughters, Miss Mar tha E, Douglas and Mrs. E. K. McCrae. both of Nashville; 11 grandchildren; and 19 greatgrandchildren. gutters AMOS Muiiday ntU'inoon, Nuv. ly, 1M- at me huim ui her hun litily Jue Biuwii. Hume 1, Ami-itml Cay. Mm. Multuiet dtuwu Aiuuft. ourviveu by imoudiiu, ie lie iijikic) Ainus, Iwu tuna, billy lis above aim o, Bu H-ucii u Brown: uu stepciauglKcu, Mia. Betty Aim i'd, Nuelivnle and Mm. Uorotny Dunn, cmliurnia; trine sisters, Mm. ttuuy ilm, Hash ville. Mrs. Muuie BinipKini, ut lanuo. fla, Mrs. rluMe Wil lmnio, wateriuwn, lean: one bi inner, Melvin Uisss. Nanliville: 10 grandchildren, uemama rest gt tne ! mitral home ol fhillipa Robinson Company where lunet' al services will be conducted Wednesday al 1:00 noon by Hev Glenn better and Brother Hat. ton Croon. - Honorary pallbear- er: Members ol the happy Hour Class at Orace Baptist L'nurcn: active pallbearers: w n. brown, Herman farrlsh. Albert Owens, C. J. Ferry, Aaron torney. George Steele and A. A, House. Interment Sprint Hill Cemetery, f nlllips-Hoblnson Company, directors. Orlando, fia. papers please copy. DREW Mrs. Mollle. Nov. 19, IMS at her home. MB 6. Bin Ut., Louisville, hy.. lormerly of d-t bony bt. Survived by daughters, Mcsdames Janie Watklns, Myrtle Drew, Louisville, Mary May- ben y and Lou Nell Miles, Nash-vine, lenn.i 1 osier oaugnler Mrs. Sally Chubbs, Masnvllle grandchildren. Mary f. loins, Marion Mowers, Thomas May-berry. Gloria W. Clark, Ulendon Jwayoerry. Napoleon B. Hatcher, jennie Gibson. iMores tteay; Louise Thornton, Wills cook and Miss Lou Nell Miles: DO great-grandchildren; three sons-in-law; many other relatives and friends. funeral Wednesday, Bend all communications to ad dress above, courtesy bcaies Lianner-bcules. DOKR1S Sunday afternoon. Nov la. I9d2. at a local lnlirmary, Mrs. Louisia (Lulai Angelina Dorns. survived oy nusoana, c. . W. Dorr Is; son, Charles O. Dorns; grandsons. Charles William (Bilii Durris. all ol Nash-vilie: Tommy Dorrls of Atlanta. Oa.: sisters, Miss Nell Kerr, Okeechobee, fla., Mrs. Harriet Meade, Birmingham, Ala. Remains are at Koescn-Patton Funeral Home, 1716 Broadway. Funeral services iroin central Church of Christ, Tuesday morn ing at io. Nov. zutn, mi, conducted by Thomas C. Whitfield and Charles D. Chumley. Honorary Pallbearers: Elders and Deacons of Central Church of Christ, A. M. Burton. Dr. Pierce Ross, Dr. Patrick Levesoue. James W. McDonough, Howard Btubblefleld. Active: Jess H, Evans. Ray Evans, Wade B. Kerr, Sterling Jones. Don Landon. Sam Wilson, Howard Oossett. Harold Watrous. Interment Woodlawn Cemetery. Roesch-Patton Co.. AL S-1467. DOUGLAS Monday afternoon. No vember 19. 1962. at a local In ftrmary, Robert L. Douglas, age 89 years. Survived by daugh ters, Miss Martha E. Douglas and Mrs. Ed McCrea: sons, H. L. Douglas, Harry V. Douglas and R. S. Douglas, all of Nashville, Robert L, Douglas and L. H. Douglas or Jacksonville, Florida; 11 grandchildren, 19 great-grano- chiiaren. The remains are at the Eastland Funeral Home, 904 Gallatin Road. Complete tu-neral arranaements will be announced later. GRAMMEB Nov. 19. 19tU. st his home. 1211 battlelieio Jr.. Mr Llnza Calvin Grammer, age 78 years. Survived by wile. Mrs. Agnes Eakes Orammer; lour daughters, Mrs. Hebert Foster. Peoria. 111., Miss Marian Grammer of Aaron, Ohio, Mrs. Harold Robbins of Ypsilanti, Mu-h . and Mrs. Joseoh T, McGovern of Nashville: four sons, Alvln H L. C, Jr., and E. f. uramnier, ii oi Nas.i-ville. and Kooert L. Grammer of Dania, Fla.; step-son, Carl U. Eakes of Nashville; 11 grandchildren, and live greatgrandchildren; three brothers, Doc Grammer, Ft. Worth, Texas, Will Grammer, Lima, Ohio. Arthur Grammer ol Chattanooga. Remains are at Ellis and Kid Funeral Home. 3637 Nolensville Rd., where services will be conducted at 3:00 p.m. Weunesday by the Rev. Luke Fuqua and Rev. Floyd Blankenship. Honorary pallbearers Dr. Thomas First, Dr. Elkln Rippey, John W. Murphy, Thomas Hill, Jack Flanlgan, C. L. Adams, Hamilton Walker. Joseph Phillips, C. W. Kempkau, H. E. Payne. Hessie K. Peyton, C. B. Brooks. Active pallbearers Bobby and Tommy Orammer, Carl Eakes, Robert J. McFarland, Hamilton J. Walker. Sterling Moody, Elmer Wynne, Phillip and Jimmy Orammer. Herbert G. Foster Jr.. Harold Robbins Jr. Interment Mt. Olivet Cemetery, Ellis and Kidd. directors. FLOWERS Six Deliveries Daily To Hospitals 2410 West Ifld CY I 00 EMMA'S Jlratlj potters BAKER Mmidayevenlng. Nov. 19, 1983, st a local Infirmary, Mrs. Ada Ezella Baker. Survived by husband, Mr. Bleaker Baker; two daughters, Miss Fannie Ozrlla Baker and Mrs. Thelma Thompson, both of Nashville: one son, Mr. William Allen Baker: one sister. Mrs. Mnla Word of Fayettevllle. Tenn,, and one brother, George King of Nashville: one son-in-law, Earl Thompson: one daughter-in-law, Mrs. Naomi Baker of Savannah, Oa.; one ilster-ln-law. Mrt. Esther King; three brolhers-ln-law, Lee Baker, Fayettevllle, Tenn., Henry Smith of Nash-ville, and Deemer Bonner of Cleveland, Ohio; eight srandchll-dren; several nieces and nephews, other relatives and friends, Complete srransementa announced later, Holmes Funeral Home In charge, 440 13th Ave., North, JONES At the residence. Thompson Lane, Monday morning Nov 19, Mi, William Barry Jones jr., son ol Mrs. w. B. Jones, Brother of Charles M. and Bobby N. Jones, Mrs. R. P. Lambert, uranasoo oi Mr. ana Mrs. 8. L, Jennett. all of Nashville, Services 3:00 P.M. Tuesday, Cosmo politan Chapel, Rev. Richard Vick. Pallbearers Robert Pitta, Albert Jennett. Jerry Wallace, Ronnie Lamb. James Fischer. B e n n 1 e Brakef leld. Interment woooiawn cemetery, Remains et cosmopolitan Funeral Home. .Vc.MAHON Sunday morning, Nov. 18, 1903, at her residence. 1018 9th Avenue No., Mrs. Addle Bums McMahon departed this llle. Survived by two daughters. Mrs. Tomella Sellers and Miss , neui m. McMahon: one son Mr. Horace McMahon; one brother, Mr. Clarence Burns of Louisville. Ky.: two devoted grandchildren, Rev. Clarence C. White and Mrs. Mae Frances Robinson: eight great-grandchildren: on cousin, Mrs. David B. Price of Detroit. Mich.: one sister-in-law, Mrs. Rose Burns; one granddaughter-ln-law. Mrs. Annie L. White: a host of other relatives and friends. 8he was a member of the Central Bnp-tlst Club No. 4. Remains will rest at her late residence (thisi Tuesday evening at 6 o'clock where friends may visit with the family. Funeral services will be held from the Spruce St. Baptist Church. Wednesday. November 21. at 2 p.m. Rev. L. H. Woolfdk. Rev. E. N. Bates and Dr. T H. Bullard officiating. Flowerbearers will be selected from friends. Pallbearers and honorary pallbearers selected from friends. Interment family lot Oirnwood. K. Oardner Funeral Director. pcaflt Entires THE NASHVILLE TENNESSEAN, Tuesday, Nov. 20, 1962 35 "ANNOUNCEMENTS BUSINESS GUIDE j 8 Busines Services Offered H()( III Monday morning. Nov ill. IWi, Marion L. Ho lie. oi 3829 Bonnacreek Dr . I)onrl-nn survived by wife: Mrs. Mary Loulie Wade Koclie, one daughter; Mrs. James Edwin Garrett. Donebon. three sons: James Bid-ward Roche. Mt. Juliet, Charles Bummers Roche, and Rlchird Wade Roche, both of Donelson. three sisters: Mrs. Frank Dabbs and Miss- Lurv Roehe both of Nashville, Mrs. Mary Miller, Housloa, Texas, four srandcnil-dren. Remains rest at the Funeral home of Phllllps-Roblnson Co.. where funeral services will be conducted Wednesday afternoon at 130 o'cloct by Rev. Morris Hunt. Honorary pallbearers: Dr. Barton MtSwain, Dr. F. T. Billings, Dr. John L. Sliapero, Dr. Ham Stevenson. Active pallbearers: Homer L. Jones, William Adams. C. D. Keene. W. A. Patton. Ravmond Warrick, and Raymond Duke. Interment Spring Hill Cemetery, PhlUtps-Roblnson Co., directors. Out-of-Town Rhelbyillle, Tenn. LANIER Sunday, Nov. 18, 193 at a. local hospital, Ensley Dowln Lanier. Survived by wife. Mrs, Annie O. Lanier: sons, D. E. and W. R. Lanier of Nashville, Barry. Donald, Larry and Lawrence Lanier of Shelbyvllle; daushters. Mrs. Jeanene Bright and Mrs. Bernlce Webber of Dallas, Texas and Ida. Ruth. Arlene. and Peg gy Lanier of Shelbyvllle and a host of other relatives and friends. The family will receive friends Tuesday evening Nov. 20 from 8 till 10 p.m. at H. Preston Scales Funeral Home. Murfreesboro, Tenn. Funeral service Wednesday 3 p.m. from the above funeral home, Interment family cemetery, Rover, Tenn. H. Preston Scales and Sons, Murfreesboro In charge Gallatin, Tennessee LAUDERDALE Suddenly. Sat. evening on Eastland At Blake-more Sts Mr. Isaao Lauderdale. Survived by wife. Mrs. Ethel Pearl Lauderdale: 2 sons, Isaac Jr., and Donald Ray Laudeidale mother. Mrs. Maria Louise Old- bam; father, Mr. Mack Lauder- dale of Cincinnati. Ohio; devoted Srandmother, Mrs. Alice Bowers oi Gallatin sranoiatner, Mr, Mack Lauderdale II of Castallan Bonnes. Tenn.: 2 aunts, Mrs. Lula Mae Llson and Mrs. Clara Hall, and 3 uncles. Many ether relatives and friends survive, The family will receive friends from 7 p.m. until 10 p m., Tues day st the Funeral Home, ru neral services 2 P.m. Wednesday, Nov. 21. 1962. at the Johnson Coleman & Kelsey Funeral Chapel with Rev. Will Allen Duncan officiating. Interment Gallatin Cemetery. Johnson-Cole man ft Kelsey, Inc., Phone 453-3060 Gallatin. Bon Aoua. Tenn. MY ATT Sunday. Nov. 18. 196;. at 8 40 am. ai tne home oi ner daughter, Mrs. Kuoy ciars, Route 2. Bon Aoua. Tenn., Mrs Susie Ann Myatt, age 74 years. Survived by three daughters. Mrs, Ruby Clark and Mrs. Maggie Pendergrass, both of Bon Aqua, and Mrs. Mildred Williams, Wrtg- ley, Tenn.; one step-daugnter, Mas. Fannie Frazler. Nashville; four sons, James M. Myatt of Michigan, Grover E. Myatt. Bon Aoua, Tenn., Ferrell O. Myatt, Dickson, Tenn., Charlie L. Myatt, of Michigan: two sisters, Mrs. Francis Moreen. Nashville. Mrs. Myrtle Williams of Missouri: 25 grandchildren. 34 great-grand children, several nieces and nephews. The remains are at the home of her ion, Grover E Mvntt. Bon Aoua Route 2. Fu neral services will be held at 2:00 p.m. Tuesday, Nov. 20, 1942. at the Missionary Ridge Baptist Church. Interment In Missionary Ridge Cemetery. Arrangements by the Dickson Funeral Home, Dlctson. Tenn Gallatin. Tenn. NEAL Monday morning Nov. 19 1962, at her residence on Win chester St., Mrs. ova Ann Neai, Age 79. Survived by husband: J. M. Neal. Gallatin, four sons: R. L. Smith, of Madison, Cor-dell Neal. of Nashville, Austin and Carl Neal. both of Oa lal n Four Daughters: Miss Elisabeth Neal. Mrs Dave Williams, Mrs Brodle Duke. Mrs. James Vail- lancourt, all of Gallatin, Three half-brothers: Bedford Brown, of Detroit. Mich.. Farmer Brown of Cookevllle, Jim Brown of Oranvllle. 23 Grandchildren. 8 Oreat Grandchildren. The re mains ire at Alexander Funeral Home, Gallatin, where funeral services will be conducted Tuesday afternoon, Nov. 20, 1943. at 2:00 o'clock bv Rev. Shurgart Martin. Interment Gallatin City Cemetery, Alexander Funeral Home Directors. Oallatln. In Memeriam WINTERS In remembrance of Mrs Susie Winters, who departed this life November 20, 1961. Sleep on. dear 'Tls God who thought best To take you from this world ot sorrow To a lovely place of rest. Day by day I'm striving to meet you In that fair Heavenly home. Tis the land where all Is hap piness Up there where sorrow is un known. Safe In the arms of Jesus Angela guard thv sleeping day I am working forward To see you ressurrectlon day, Sadly missed by Husband. Chil dren. Son-In-Law and Grand children. MARTIN In memory of Hosee Martin, who passed away one year ago. Nov. 20. 1961. "Oone but not forgotten." Sadly missed by Wife. Children. Sisters and Brothers. EASLEV In loving Memory or Hev. ano Mrs. T. H. Easley. Nov. 23, 1964 and Nov. 20, l9o. We loved too dearly to ever lorset. The Easley Family Card of Thank SADLER We wish to thank our many friends for the beautiful flowers, every kindness and sympathy extended in the loss of our loved one. Frank Sadler. Wife and children, brothers and sisters. WEST We wish to thank the many wonderful people for their help end kindness extended to the family of Calvin David West during their bereavement. The Augusta L. West Family Lost & Found 3 DOa-Conn hound, blark. tth BUILD REMODEL tvnie C11PKT, leri, up oi tan. jusi. Old Hickory Blvd. between Ashland Cli y Highway and Clees Ferry Rd. Liberal reward. Call AM 9-Oi.ij WATCH Ladies, Vicinity Church St. and ftth Ave, Nov. 17th. Reward. VE 2-71)20. WATCH Ladles, vicinity Belle Meade shopping renter. Nov. 16. Reward. CY 2-3003. CAT OoM strlned male, lost Bel mont vicinity Novemner in ke- WAKD. CY 2-5390. AL 8-8J4D, BOAT and Motor. Found Rich land Harbour area. Kenlmky Lake. Call 227-90S6, after 8 pm. ROOFS LEAKS aTTMfcj-l aluminum storm win dows and doors rnon ni-vtw EWINC ROOF StKVILt BRACELET Oold. vUlnitv Copla Club. Reward. AM -S07S. Personals Bills Pressing? LET US CONSOLIDATE vour bills. due or not, into one low osv-ment vou can afford. Garnishments avoided! For example: IF YOU OWE PAY AS LOW AS $1000 . $15 PFR WEEK $2000 ... $25 PER WEEK $3000 $35 PER WEEK THIS IS NOT A LOAN. NO COSIGNERS OR SECURITY NEEDED Credit Advisors, Inc. 224 BENNIE-DILLON BLDC. 702 CHURCH ST. Phone 242-0376 HOME APPOINTMENTS Septic Tanks Sewers Cleaned Cries'" Retea Overflows. CA 7-34!i. CY 7-639 HU'Lf-Orotind up. Remodel Ad ditions. Rooting Aluminum windows, door. Cavorts Long rnnee financing. CY 1-9090 AMO PUI'DINO PT'POTY CO ROOFING. GUTTERING We specialize in repair work. ' CALL CA 7-5739 If You Would Like to Have ELVIS PRESLEY Sing to You Personally Dial 254-6904 HEATING Sesrs Homart furnaces and com plete heating systems we will Install, finance. 5 veare to Py 8ar Poehurk Co.. A! Pine 4-52M. Hair Removed Forever Free Trial Treatment THOMAS. RN: AM 9-4451 2! Years Experience Blacktop Drivewavs Penetration and repair. Free es timates Day or night. JAY'S PAVINO CO. TW 5-2636 ROOM ADDITIONS Oarages, carports, aluminum sid ing, all kinds remodeling tree estimates, terms. AM 9-6077. BLOOD DONORS All Blood Types Needed DONSjR PEE PAID BLOOD BANK FOUNDATION 1913 Broadway AL 4-3551 PIANO. ORCHESTRAL Instruments taught in your home by prolessionai. MASSAGE Maoairnnt-fl Christine Hayes. Mgr. 1807 Stn Ave, bo. h e-a-in CHILD KEPT MY HOME Maplecrest Area. TU 3-SJ71. BABIES KEPT EAST-Forrest Ave. CA 7-31M n'tiii'nnnkt 1 rOT Thompson ,Ln. Are. Experienced .rasisnimmva T A It .f1 T Mrt Drewei. Mrs. Carter. Room M8. 16 Tin Ave. no. ioo-ivvo. mil rvBcu is? irtvr In m home, day or n.Kht. Call PERMANENT S10 Cold Wave for 1 1 w. Arctiue )!. ww Arcade upstairs au tj-q.i. MASSAGE Call 296-1673 MASSAGE Grsce Loren iDowntownt 244-1715 BABY SITTER Woodbine Area, My home or yours, days or nights, references, VE 2-6633 NON-DRINKER? Have on Auto Insurance. 296-36M WILL PAY CASH FOR Diamond from V4 karat up. W1IN-STEIN Jewelers. 237 4th Ave. N Special Notice CUSTOM SEWINQ plus father and son embroidered aoort snirta. laauiK uruns iui Ch.lstmaa delivery. Call 292-4970 nirnTa T mm nnt. rn.nnnsihle for debts made oy anyone otner man myaeu. Atlas A. Llndsey Jr., 102 Second Bratney Drlve UPHOLSTERING a PISCES. 165 Including Fabric. snd Free Foam Cushions. GREEN'S UPHOLSTERY. VE 2-6S74 LEARN TO DRIVE A-l DRIVER TRAINING W-at mir innrftt innmA ears Wm. (Bill! Davis 226-0595 nniirf rnnmi rarnorts. garaees foundations tioui.e leveling. Kree estimates, rtis terms. L. I. Edwards, AM 9-9537 WELLS DRILLED PUMP SERVICE Waggoner Prilling Co.. CH -07: Septic Tanks CLEANED. Open Sundays. Hon. days, day or nisnt. ca b-d.'h. Block, Stone roNcnrrB work, all KINDS Driveways. Aldrldge CA 8-7807 Septic Tanks Overflows, sewer lines FHA terms Medley. B65-0074. S95-6731. Blacktop-Penetration Parking Lots, Drivewavs. work any type, special prieea. ane-4n.m. MASONRY PAINTING Blocks, concrete, foundations, ease ments, cheen 255-2JiQ. Remodel, Repair, Additions Free Estimates, TU 3-1989 CARPORTS GARAGES ROOMS J R. READ. VE 2-0811. VE 2-083 WELLS DRILLED Wssretf ila nil "., 7fift.2ftMl B. D. DENSON Joelton ROOFING. GUTTERING 8ID1NO, IMMEDIATE SERVICE Guaranteed Jobs CA 7-0278 HOME IMPROVEMENT BUILD REMODEL REPAIR Licensed Contractor-Terms F A. VEACH. 262-5470 DOZER-TRAXCAVATOR GRAD1NO TOP BOIL. FI'X DIRT Ijtrge and Small Jobs VE 2-3600 VE 3-1164 WELL DRILLING B. E. SEARS AL 8-8095 ROOFINC. GUTTERING REPAIR WORK A SPECIALTY No Job Too Small CA 8-72S0 BLOCK-CONCRETE Underpinning, treework. CO 2-000 CHIMNEYS REPAIRED Gutters cleaned, leaks stopped. MR. EDWARD DILL. 228-8035. if no answer, AL 6-1311. REMODELING AND ADDITIONS Nothinr down, 3 to 5 years to pay TU 3-5939. TU 3-4867. CARPENTRY REPAIR WORK GARAGES Additions NEAL WILLIAMS CO 2-4320 ROOFING SIDING FHA Terms. CY 7-2961. ROOF Leaks repaired, gutters cleaned and nauitea. free estimation. 255-5595. GUTTERINO & ROOFINO Waterproofing Painting E. "BUSTER" BRUCE. 242-9719 BLOCK-CONCRETE Underpinning, treework. CO 2-0903 CARPENTRY Building repairing concrete piock, ncensea oui:ueu. Free estimates, c i-nsni. CHIMNEY FIREPLACE Repaired, built, 228-0782 UPHOLSTERING TWILLEY UPHOLSTERY. AL 5-6557 Free estimates, terms. wa-ej . LEARN TO DRIVE EASY METHOD Established 1933 CY 7-6626 CY 8-1780 Tree Topping, Cord Wood Barn Fertilizer. 28-2389 RICH TOP SOIL Fill Dirt. Crushed stone, CY 7-1400 Learn To Drive ACME DRIVER Training. AL 8-0097 TREES CUT & REMOVED Or Cut Up for Firewood Call 832-1868 REPAIRS - Additions. Garages, Cabinets, new nomes. ,umteie Service. Wallers, 262-9888. PLOWINO Fallout shelters dug. discing, grading, driveways. GEHRIG. CA 8-3747. CA 8-5428 FILMS Billy Graham and gospel films lor your cnurcn. o-no. 2S9-6850. inuu ..... .j - - - - Porches, garages repaired, ralnt- lng Inside ano out. n s-icvi. JANITOR SERVICE Free stlmaUs-AM13J) TREE TOPPING CUTTINO, HAULING CA 8-6681 CARPENTRY Plastering paint ing, concrete oiuca. ruui. AL 6-0773. CY 1-1935. Edmondson ntTrHISin asm GRADING Overflows Installed Heavy mow ing. Ray T natts VE, J-JH. Slipcovers. Drapes Cnstnmmade. Aldredge. CA 8-7807 TOP SOIL Crushed stone, fill dirt. CY 2-4744 t T-1UT UATTT.TNfl MANURE. ODD JOBS C A McCLOUD 766-2102 MOORKS Friday. Nov. 16, 1962, St. Petersburg, ria William T. Moores. survived bv wife. Mrs. Mavis Baxter Moores. 1116-Mc-Alplne Ave, 2-sons William Felix Moores. St. Peterburg. Fla. and Samuel Baxter Moores of this city. 1 sister, Mrs. Finis Jenkins, and 1 brother. Garrett Moore, Washington. 6 grandchildren. Remains will arrive Union Station Monday morning and will be conveyed to funeral home of Phillips Robinson O. Remain rest at the Funeral Home of Phllllps-Roblnson Co., where funeral services will be conducted Wednesday morning at 10:30 o'clock by Rev. W. D. Comperry. Pallbearers will be announced later. Interment Spring Hill Cemetery, Phllllps-Roblnson Co. Directors. PACE Sunday evening. Nov, 18. 1962, at Sumner county Memorial Hospital, Gallatin. Tenn., Mrs. Mable Holcon'b Page, Age 60 years. Survived by Daughter, Mrs, Norma Jean Marlin, of Hendersonville. Tenn., Mother: Mrs. Hallie Holcomb. of Nashville. Two Grandchildren: Debra and Dlanne Marlin, of Hender-sonvllle. and Aunt: Mrs. Msude Clark, of Nashville. Remains are at Woodbine Funeral Home. 3620 1962. at 10:30 o'clock by Rev W. E. Onber. Pallbearers HonoraryCarl Weatherford. Thomas F. Richardson. H. D. and W. E. Pace. J. C. Jnslln, Melvin Rye, Edward Honevcutt. and Bobbv Wilder. Active Frank Ooodwln. Paul Wilder, James and Harold Weatherford. Thomas Marlin. and David Fersuson, Interment Woodhwn MemirIM Park. Woodbine Funeral Home, Directors. 81IMMKRVIM.E Sunday morn ing. Novemner is, ium at s local Infirmary. Mrs. Norlne O'Don-nell Siimmervllle. widow of the FORD The family of Mrs. Iola Braden Ford wishes to thank their many trends for the many expres slons of sympathy shown during their recent bereavement. Audle Joe and James Tord DRAPERIES. CORNICES Custom made. Mrs, riser. CY 2-4611 Nolensville Rd.. where funeral services will be conducted Wednesday morning Nov. 21. Publication In the Sunday NASH Newspaper Printing Corporation ACENT THE NASHVILLE TENNUSEAN Morning-Sundsr NASHVILLE BANNER Evening INFORMATION AND ADVERTISING RATES (Rstes Below Aoolv to All Classl. fled Adverllslnt ortelnatlne within a 100-mile radius of the elt of Nashvlllei t t Dally classified sdi are published first In THE NASHVILLE TENNEP-SEAN snd will be published aealn on the same day In THE NASHVILLE BANNER. TRANSIENT CLASSIFIED 1 Day Sunday 65c Line 1 Day Dally 65c Line 4 Daya 39c Line 7 Dave 33c Line SHELTERS See Davis built, sll ateel air tested, water tignt lanoui inciters before you buy. Meets civil defense requirements. Davis Welding At Mis. Co., Inc., AL 4-6734. VILLE TENNESSKAN la counted as one day. Dally Rates Quoted Include Insertion In both THE NASHVILLE TENNE8SEAN. Morning and THE NAflHVILLE BANNER. Evening Minimum Charge. 2 Lines Count Flv Average (6-lettsr Word' to the Line The above rates apply to consecutive Insertions only Rights reserved to class. fv end Index classified adi according to rules governing classified oaaes The Banner and The Tenn-ssean aao reserve the right to revise or late Harry Hummerviiie. survived inject al option anv aaveriisini by cousins. Sister Marie Aa-'whlrh Is deemed obie-tineble el-sumpta R 8M. of Knoxvllle. I ther ID sublect matter or ohrase.- Tenn., Raymond J. Rooneyj Rev. loioev Father Charles C. O Donnell and Mrs. R. O. Smith all of Nashville, several nieces and nephews. Remains are at Martin a. 209 Louis Avenue. Funeral services, Tuesday mornlns. Nov. 20. 1962. leaving at 10 o'clock. Requiem High Mass at 8t Mary'a Church. Fifth and Charlotte at 10:30 o'clock. Interment Calvary Cemetery. W L. Blanronl, R. O. Smith, Raymond J. Rooney, Dan P. Shea, R. G, Smith Jr.. Litton Clark, Carlos Green. Tom Carr, Barton nrecr. William P. Winter and Jnhn E. Hoslettler will serve as pallbearers. Martin's, 201 Louis Avenue, vy. t-veiw. Box Number address teoulre 4 words Notice of tyootrsohtcsl errors must be given in time (or ro:c tlon before the second Inseillon Office Hours Monday through Friday 8 a.m., to 5 p.m. Sat-Sunday 4 p.m. to 7 p.m. urday 8 .m. to 1 2 n oqtv ANNOUNCEMENTS Z Cemetery Monument SPrTnOHII.L - 1 lots. 383-6173 Fries reasonable. BUSINESS CUIDE 8 Busines Services Offered If You're Considering REMODELING CONSULT AN EXPERT FIRST' Remodeling Repairs Addition N. H. BARKER CO. I20S 8th Ave . South CH 2-2431 ROOFINC. CUTTER INC Harry Moore, V9 3-2828, VE 2-7117 REMODEL- Floors leveled, sttlra. block, concrete work, palntlns. roofs J. B. Edward. CA 7-S080 CINDERS 13 LOAD DELIVERED Driveways built hauling any kind. work guaranteed. CO 2-6883. rtER'JOFINO-REMODELINO Free Estimates - Will Finance HERMIT AOB HDW. AL 8-4841 JOBS Odd Jobs, carpentry, patch plastering, painting rooms, garage, patio added. CO 2-9535. REJORDI NO Engineering Services Prffess,onal a amateur, bd-oiuo aftet f p.m. PATIOS-Retalning walls, walkway porches, steps, orica, atone, tuu-crete work all kind AL 5-4313 REPAIR JOBS - Small electrical. plumbing, painting, csriirmrr, fencing. 1100 up. AL 8-3514. PLASTER-Patchlng with dry wall painting ann remoacmia. wa-perienced. TW J-S5 son PINO OUTTERINO Chimney work All work auaran- td. th i!yn or gji-na-i. GUTTERS Cleaned, painted, re paired, cleaning S-' to iiu. worn guerant-ed. AL 4-3851. AL 8-1748. 9 Repairing and Cleaning FURNACES CLEANED REPAIRED AND INSTALLED Special price, 2 weeks only NATIONAL HEATING & A1HCONDIT10NINO CO. 33! Charlotte, 292-5221, 269-0143 AAA Heating Service FI'RNACE CLEANINO 4502 Charlotte. 287-5338 Authorized Holland Dealer 10 Electrical Repairing APPLIANCE REPAIRS FACTORY AUTHORIZED 8ESVICF On Ranges. Re! tiger ators end Air Conditioners. Call MODERN APPLIANCES 807 Church St. CH i-t'M WHY PAY MORE? ree estimates show savings up to ii on Additions, Patios, Oarage to den, brick, block, concrete, foundations, repair, roofing. Licensed Contractor. Call anytime. BHEARON, AL 4-9298. We Stop Leaks No Stop-No Pay Pay after It rains. Dependable Jim Anderson In business 38 years SOUTHERN ROOFINO, AL 8-7508 ATTENTION Anyone Interested In having a blark-tnp nriveway installed. MANULES ASPHALT PAVINO Is giving 25 off on all work throughout November. Free eat.!-mates. 24 hour service. 847-1099 Block, Stone CONCRETE WORK. ALL KINDS Driveways. Overflows. Quaianteed A A. NAPIER. CA 8-4378 WELLS" DRILLED CLIVE ANDERSON, IR AMERICAN DRILLINC CO AL 5-36M CY 7-6802 Electric Heat Installed OU8E WIRING, NEW AND OLD Harding. Day, Night, AL 8-0600 ELECTRICAL Work. New and old All guaranteed Easy terms Free estimates. 242-3230. ADEQUATE WIRINO SERVICE Dryers wired and vented, new or Old Wiring. MAYES, CY 7-0368 1 1 Movm. Stprage, Hauling TRUCKS FOR RENT Panels Pickups Moving Vans Stakes Tractors HERTZ RENT A TRUCK Operated by MATTHEWS DRIVE-UH-SELF SERVICE. INC. 211 McLemore AL 4-5528 Old th Avenue. North MOVINCi STORAGE Ucal-Loni Distance Ressnnsble Rates Day AL 8-0153. Night art er s. D m CA 7-aiuo Septic Tanks CLEANED. SEWER LINES OVERFLOWS BUILT Call RIPPEY'S, CA 8-7601 ROOFINC, CUTTER INC Repair work. VE 3-2821. VB 9-7117, ACME MOVINO AND STORAGE S8 hour Va:i all equipment Licensed insured Anywhere Any-tune CH -eCYa51JL H AULINO Light, any where, anytime, trash cleaned, vard work. Lot prlces.ALJ;1524. . MOVING & HAULINC ILarse Oi small. AL 8-OOW. WCKINa-MOVINO Pihrinf and Papering PAINTING-PAPERING . . Ilnslde, outside, reasonable, reliable. wnits man, ii -

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