The Montgomery Advertiser from Montgomery, Alabama on August 14, 1960 · 7
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The Montgomery Advertiser from Montgomery, Alabama · 7

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Sunday, August 14, 1960
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1 LOCAL AND STATE DEATHS MEMORY CHAPEL I. R. BROOKS M. N. ROM EC . -mamm mm - ARATA. Roy A., a resident of St. Louis, Mo , died in St. Lou is Wednesday. Surviving are the widow, Mrs.- Julia McGuire Arata, St. Louis; one brother. Joe Arata, Kennen, La.; one! sister, Mrs. S. J. Ciocco, Ken nen, ua. uravesioe services were held !n Notasulga Ceme- Home directly. Survivors In clude his widow, Mrs. Li 11 a Berry; two daughters. M r s. Christine L i a n a. Gu!fport, Miss., Mrs. Willine Cochran, Montgomery; one son, Ray Berry, Montgomery: two sls-1 ters,- Mrs. Mirnie Hayes, Enterprise, Mrs. Cussie Medley, Hamilton Cross Roads; nine grandchildren. Enterpri-e tery Saturday at 11 a m with Leak-Memorv Chanel direct-! COLLIN'S, Gene. 63, died Friday ing. Masonic services were held at the :-ave. WHITE CHAPEL" H. 1 DURDEN G. E. VICKERY BROADWAY, Thomas Bengam- me Jr., 52, a lifetime resident of Montgomery, died at a local hospital, Saturday at 3:25 p.m. following an extended illness, Surviving are the widow, Mrs. Mildred Miller Broadway,! Montgomery; two sons, ' Thomas B. Broadway III, Montgomery', Lamar Broad way Fort Walton, Fla.: two daughters, Helen Elizabeth Broadway and Mrs. Cecil L. Stevens Jr., both of Mont gomery; four step daughters, Frances Marie, Elaine and Al ma J. Davis, Mrs. Angeline DAy all of Montgomery; two brothers, J. Gaston Broadway Sr. Montgomery, Fred C. Bro way, Atlanta, Ga.; two sisters, Mrs. Charles N. Putnam, Montgomery, Mrs. Norman 0.' Miller, New Castle, N.H. The funeral will be held from White Cahpei; today at 4:30 p.m. with the Rev. Forest Hicks officiating. Burial will be in Greenwood Cemetery. NIXON, Miss Lillie Mae, 24, a resident of Chicago, 111., for the past five years died unexpectedly In Chicago, Tuesday. Surviving are the parents, Mr. & Mrs. J. B. Nixon, Montgomery; two brothers, Donald Nixon and Raymond Nixon, both of Mont gomery. The funeral will be held from Pine Level Meth odist Church in Auataga County, today at 3 p.m. Burial will be in the Churcyyard Cemetery, White Chapel direct ing. The body will lie In state at the Church from 2:30 p.m. to 3 p.m. DEJARNETTE, Mrs. Ida W The funeral for Mrs. deJar- nette was held from White Chanel. Saturday at 1 a.m. ; with the Rev. Walter H.- Boze man officiating. Burial was in Oakwood Cemetery .at "Troy. Pallbearers were Charles W, Dalby, Amos Wilson, W i 1 s o n Watford, Joseph D. Barker, George M. Freeman and Pete Green. Honorary Pallbearers were J. B. Wells, Sam Wells, Dr. Herman Sacks, J. P Gib bons and William II. Wilson. The funeral will be at 4 p.m Sunday at the First Baptist Church, Dr. B. B. Justice officiating. Burial will be in the city cemetery, Searcy Funeral Home directins. Survivors include his widow, Mrs., Ellen Miller Collins; one daughter, Mrs. Jon Hardwick, Daleville; one son, Jim Collins, New Iberia, La.; two sisters, Mrs. Bertha Page, Opp,. and Mrs. Bessie Brunson, Enterprise; four grandchildren. Dcatsville HOWARD, Mrs. Susie Mae, 70, . died Saturday in a Montgom- jCity Group Heaps Praise Oh Chambliss STATE DEATHS Ariton BERRY, Adolphus Lenard, 74, died Saturday at his home. The funeral wiil be at 4 p.m. Sunday at the Ariton Baptist Church, the Rev. William Easterling officiating. Burial will be in the Ariton City Cemetery, Hoiman Funeral FINER-FRESHER FLOWERS Capitol Floral Co. Ph. AM 5-6723 910 Adam Avn. City officials usually are on the receiving end of more brickbats than bouquets and this is partie ularly true of the complaint-rid' den traffic engineer But one organization this week expressed its official appreciation for the efforts of Jack Chambliss to improve Montgomery's com plex traffic and parking prob lems. The Montgomery Automobile and Truck Dealers Assn., in a regular meeting, passed a resolution commending "Mr. Chambliss; and his department for the effi cient service being rendered to the City of Montgomry and pledge to him the cooperation of our associaton as he continues his efforts to regulate our city traffic to meet constantly changing and increasing needs and situations," , The association, the resolution said, is "vitally concerned with orderly and efficient direction of vehicular traffic in Montgom ery." . . i . "We have been pleased with recent improvements in the direction of Montgomery's traffic, such as the better synchronization of i traffic lights, elimination of many hazardous and unnecessary con crete mushrooms and other improvements in our traffic system," the association said. It added that "much credit is due to Jack Chambliss, our city traffic engineer, in bringing about these changes and for his sound judgment and genuine effort to so administer the duties of his office as to best serve the inter ests of all the people of Mont gomery. r I J-. ery hospital. The funeral will be at 4 p m. Sunday at the Riverside Baptist Church, the Rev. L. C. Ginn and the Rev H. H. Howell officiating. Burial will be In Kings Chape' cemetery, Campbell - Brown Service Funeral Home directing. Survivors include her husband, Max S. Howard: one son. Max S. Howard Jr.. Auburn; one daughter, Mrs. L. E. Bell, Fort Deposit; one sister, Mrs. B. E. Myrick, Deatsville; one brother, S. W. Thornhill, Wetumpka; three grandchildren. Tallassee JOVES, Mrs. Sallie Mangrum, 63, died Saturday at her home. The funeral will be at 3 p.m. Sunday at ihe Claude Methodist Church with the Rev. Doug las Williams officiating. Burial will be in Carville Cemetery, Mann Funeral Home directing. Survivors include . her husband, Robert L. Jontw; one daughter, Mrs. Myrtle Slough, Tallassee; one sister, Mrs. Clifford Smith, Shawmut; one brother, Harper Mangrum, Shawmut; two; Wildlife Federation grandchildren. r r - - a (. A k - ,aA war Jtafmt 14. tttf Aftwrttsfr-JOURNAL 7 A MOVroOMET, ALAB.4M4 NURSING GRADUATES RECEIVE DIPLOMAS St. Margaret's Hospital School for Nursing held graduation exercises Friday night for seven scudents. The honor pin, awarded by the school's alumnae association to the best all-around student, was given to Ilda Ruth Traweek, Flomaton. The medical dictionary, awarded by Dr. Luther Hill for the highest scholastic average, went to Carol Petty. Honoraville.-Shown are graduates (left to right, front) Sarah LeAnn Sanford. Luverne; Barbara Lane Morris, Montgomery, Ruth Mathison, Abbeville, (second row) Sarah Ann Merrill, Dozier, Mis Traweek, Betty Lou Bentley. Opp, and Miss Petty. Fund Honors Memory Of Pal Who Died Of Rare Disease LANSING, Mich. (AP) Ronnie search in memory of Craig Jack- Wilson. 11, and Craig Jackson, 10. son," they said. 'were the best of pals from pre-) The basement of the Wilson j,v. home Is now a museum showing kindergarten days ' !1 the things boys can coilect-They gathered collect. 'the rocks and soWl a mini!t. 'only small boys can-starting in Roman mM of with rocks and toy soldiers and hjstor-c anjmal more than branching out to almost every- cojM thing they could cart home. Both ; houses began to overflow. Ronnie knew Craig was sick. But it still came as a shock last May when his buddy died of cystic fibrosis a gland disease of the young that centers in the lungs. Ronnie, as the surviving partner, got the joint collection. He decided to put it to use. Hand-printed signs blossomed out in their Lansing neighborhood. "Open house all this week at museum at 1219 Bemcnt. All proceeds to go to cystic fibrosis re-; ROOF1HG . 111 9 TOII Frisco Citv THAMES, John Arthur, 76, died at his home Saturday. Funeral services will be held at 4 p.m. Sunday from Johnson's Funeral Home Chapel, the Rev. Evan Johnson officiating. Burial will be at Mexia Cemetery, John-I son Funeral Home directing. Surviving are his widow, Mrs. Willie Watson Thames, Frisco City; one son, Clayton Thames Frisco City; five brothers, Will Thames, Monroe ville; Ernest, Howell, Wallace, and Lawrence Thames, all of Frisco City; one sister, Mrs. Ben Sawyer, Mobile. Names Tsevr Director WASHINGTON, (AP) - Thorn-1 as L. Kimball of Denver is the new exeutive director of the! National Wildlife Feteration. j His appointment, announced by the federation's president, Claude D. Kelley of Atmore, Ala., is ef-! fective Sept. 1. Kimball, 42, succeeds Ernest; F. Swift, who relinquished the! post in March because of ill I health. Swift, who resides in Rice Lake, Wis., is continuing to serve the federation as a conservation adviser. The National Wildlife Federation is composed of affiliates in 49 states and the District of Columbia. 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He signed a decree permit- tins the judges to travel abroad without asking permission of the Justice Ministry. This canceled a law established in 1810 by Emperor Napoleon I, a man who always liked to know what his underlings were doing. Attention! PRIVATE SCHOOLS DANCING SCHOOLS MUSIC SCHOOLS . MUSIC STORES The Advertiser-Journal's ANNUAL PRIVATE SCHOOL, DANCING SCHOOL and MUSIC SCHOOL DIRECTORY. WILL BE PUBLISHED SUNDAY, AUG. 21st IN OUR BIG BACK-TO-SCHOOL TABLOID SECTION With many new residents coming to Montgomery, both in the city and at ;' Maxwell and Gunter Fields, you wiil surely want to be represented in this r ANNUAL DIRECTORY with an adver- tisement and listing. . Don't wait until the last minute. Call Display Advertising DeDartment of The Advertiser-Journal, AM 2-1611 for advertising rates now. School Listing Deadline Is Noon Thursday, August 18 Bermuda BURT, Daniel Albert, 82, died; Saturday at his home m Bermuda. Funeral services will be held at 2 p.m. Sunday from the Bermuda Methodist Church, the Rev. Charles Brown officiating. Burial will be in the church cemetery, Johnson Funeral Home directing. Surviving are, three brothers, William F. Burt of Bermuda; Angus Burt, Mobile; Ernest Burt, Simsboro, La.; and a number of nieces and nephews. Evergreen BLACKBURN, Mrs. Ella BeH, 83, died at her home in Evergreen Saturday. Funeral serv ices will be Sunday at 3 p.m.! at the Brownsville Methodist; Church. Burial will be in the! church cemetery. Cope Funer-j al Home directing. Survivors, include two sons, Norman-Blackburn, Mobile, Turner A1-! len Blackburn, Dade CityJ Fla.; two daughters, Mrs. Howard Cook, Evergreen and Mrs. Marion Seale, Daphne; two sisters, Mrs. Laura Deac-son, Owassa, Mrs. Mabel Brax-don, Brownsville; one brother, Frank Brown, Brownville. Andalusia KING, Thomas Elton, 76, died Saturday. The funeral will be at 2:30 p.m. Sunday at the Fairmount Baptist Church in Red Level, the Rev. F. 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