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10-B 1111 ATLANTA CONSTITUTION, Mo Aug. 11, 1969 FUNERAL NOTICES FUNERAL NOTICES FUNERAL NOTICES FUNERAL NOTICES FUNERAL NOTICES Continued from Page MJ BOLMES Funeral services for Mrs. Carroll Holmes, Rt. 4, Conyers, will be held Monday, Aug. 11, 19C9, at 3 p.m. from the chapel of Harry L. White Funeral Home. Rev. W.Truitt Kendrick and Rev. Cullen Crook will officiate. Interment, Green Meadow Memorial Gardens, Conyers. JENNINGS Mr. Nathaniel Jennings of 245 North Ave. Funeral Monday, Aug. 11, 1969, at 3 p.m. from Springfield Baptist Church with Rev. C. Bishop officiating. Interment, East Lawn Cemetery. Hurley Funeral Home, Athens. JOHNSON The friends and relatives of Mr. and Mrs. Herschel W. Johnson, 3371 Hyland Dr., Decatur; Miss Sharon D. Johnson, Miss Vickie R. Johnson, Mr. Thomas Goddard, all of Decatur; Mrs. Cora Godfrey, Lithonia; Mr. and Mrs. Charles M. Godfrey, Forest 'Park; Mr. Henry Ford Godfrey, Greensboro, N.C.; Mr. and Mrs. Earl Hubbard, Calif.; sisters, I Helen, Pauline, Billie, and Imogene, all of Lithonia, nieces and nephews, are invited to attend the funeral of Mrs. Hersrhel W. (Esma) Johnson, Monday, Aug. 11, 1969 at 4 p.m. from Wards Glenwood Chapel. Rev. Rus sell Case, Rev. John borrow will officiate. Interment, Li thonia City Cemetery. Pall bearers will assemble at the chapel at 3:45 p.m. Horis A. Ward, Inc. McDANIEL Mrs. Estelle Mo Daniel of Duluth passed away Aug. 9. Survived by sister, Mrs. Nora M. Brannon, Orlando, Fla.; several nieces and nephews. Funeral services will be held Monday, Aug. 11, at 3 o'clock at Duluth Methodist Church, with remains placed in state at 2:30, Rev. Clyde Lancaster officiating. Interment, Church Cemetery. Nash Funeral Home, Duluth. JORDAN Graveside services for Mrs. Edmund P. (Alma) Jordan will be held today, at 11 a.m., at Covington City Cemetery, with Rev. E. Owen Kellum Jr. officiating. Cald well & Cowan Funeral Home, Covington, Ga. LA YFI ELD Funeral services for Mrs. Sallie Layfield, the aunt of Mrs. Rebecca Warren, Atlanta, Ga., will be held Tuesday, Aug. 12, 1969, at 1 p.m., at the New Hope Baptist Church, Manchester, Ga. Interment, Salem Cemetery, Talbotton, Ga., Rev. G. H. Henry officiating. She is survived by a husband, Mr Charlie Layfield, one sister, Mrs. Jessie Ford, and a host of nieces and nephews, rela tives and friends. Anderson & Marshall Funeral Home, Manchester, in charge of ar rangements. MARTIN Mr. Noah Benjamin Robert Martin, 85 Thompson Bridge Rd., Gainesville, Ga, passed away Aug. 10 follow ing a long illness. Funeral services will be held Tuesday at 3 p.m. from Gillsville Baptist Church with inter ment in Gillsville Cemetery. Survivors include his wife, Mrs. Ada Mae Day Martin, Gainesville; five children, Herbert Martin, Powder Springs; Mrs. James R. Wal- drep. Dawsonville; Harry w, Martin. Gainesville; Miss Marion Martin, Mableton; James D. Martin, Gainesville; five brothers, Frank A. Mar tin and Harrison Martin, Gillsville: Henry H. Martin and Joe P. Martin, Gaines ville; George W. Martin, Winston-Salem, N.C.; one sis ter, Mrs. Nellie Jarrett, Gillsville; 13 grandchildren, 10 great-grandchildren. In lieu of flowers donations may be made to Cancer Society. Vick- ers Funeral Home, Gaines ville. MASTERS Mr. H. T. (Bus) Masters, age 66, formerly of Atlanta, passed away Sat urday afternoon in his home . at Carbondale. Survived by wife. Mrs. Forrest Gazaway, Masters, Dalton; one daugh ter. Mrs. Terry Willis, Atlan ta; mother, Mrs. Emma Mas ters. Dalton; three sisters Mrs. Vera Greer, Crescent Citv. Fla.; Mrs. Same Ash Philadelphia, Pa.; Mrs. Kath- ryn Rexin, Alexandria, va.; a number of nieces and neph ews. Funeral services will be held Monday afternoon, o'clock from the Cove Methodist Church, Rev. Charles Groverstein and Rev. Philip Craighton officiating. Burial in Cove Cemetery. The body is at Love Funeral Home, Dalton. George B. Mayfield Monday, Aug. 11, 1969, at 2:30 p.m. from Calvary Baptist Church, with remains placed in state at 1:30. Rev. Jimmy Thompson will officiate. Interment, Stamps Chapel Cemetery. Pallbearers will assemble at the church at 2:15 p.m. Horis A. Ward, Inc. OWNDES frSON FUNERAL HOME RTffnTHST.NW. GOODMAN - Mr. David M., of 4241 Greenwillow Way, Con- ST. GERMAINE Pfc. Ronald McDOUGALD Miss Kate Mc- Dougald of Statesboro, Ga., died late Saturday afternoon at a local hospital. Miss Mc-Dougald was a native of Bulloch County, but had lived in Atlanta for the past several years. She was a retired law yer, and a member of the Presbyterian Church. Miss McDougald is survived by two sisters, Mrs. John W. Bland, Forsyth, Ga.; and Mrs. M. B. Hendricks, Statesboro, Ga.; three brothers, J. D. Mc Dougald, Sr., Claxton, Ga.; A, B. McDougald, Statesboro, Ga.; and Douglas C. McDougald, Anderson, S.C.; also several nieces and nephews. Fu neral services for Miss Kate McDougald will be held 4 p.m Monday afternoon from the Statesboro Presbyterian Church with Dr. Guy K. Hutch-ensen officiating. Burial, East-side Cemetery. Active pall bearers will be Al McDougald, J. D. McDougald Jr., John Bland, Jr., Doug McDougald, Jr., James W. Barkley and Don McDougald. The body will remain at the chapel of Smith-Tillman Mortuary until the funeral hour. McFARLAND The friends and relatives of Rev. and Mrs. Monta M. McFarland, At lanta; Mr. Monte R. McFar land, Decatur; Mr. and Mrs. Robert Hicks, Mrs. Mildred Basham, Owensboro, Ky.; five grandchildren, five great grandchildren are invited to attend the funeral services of Rev. Monta M. ' McFarland Tuesday at 2:30 p.m. at the chapel of A. S. Turner & Sons. Rev. Don Aderhold and Rev, William Fred Doverspike will officiate. Interment, Dawn Memorial Park. The pallbearers will be the Deacons of Colum bia Drive Baptist Church. Please omit flowers. A. S Turner & Sons. McWHORTER Mr. Henry C Mcwnoiter, age 70, died at his home, Memo, Ga., 3 p.m. Saturday. Surviving are wife, Mrs. Pearl Hudson McWhor- ter, Menlo; one daughter. Miss Betty McWhorter, Men lo; three sisters, Mrs. E. R, Mustoe, Panama City, Fla.; Mrs. J. R. Patillo, Atlanta; Mrs. W. M. Jackson, Menlo one brother, W. M. McWhorter, Menlo; nieces and nephews also survive. Funeral ser vices will be held from the Menlo Presbyterian Church Monday afternoon, 4 o clock. Kevs. E. K. Arehart and Charles E. Bell will officiate, Interment, Alpine Cemetery, J. D. Hill Funeral Home, Sum-merville, in charge of ar rangements. Howard L. Carmichael and Sons ihOWNI FUNE ley, died Saturday. Survived by wife, (Frances Settles); daughters, Mrs. Harold Johnson, Mrs. Robert Anderson, grandchildren, Mary Alice Johnson, David and Michael Anderson; three sisters and two Drotners. runeral ser vices will be held Monday af ternoon at 3:30 o'clock, chapel of Howard L. Carmichael & Sons. Rev. Kenneth Haag will officiate. Interment, Green wood Cemetery. The follow ing will act as pallbearers, Messrs. E. L. Clower, J. A. Byington, D. J. Hayes, J. C Mullins, J. D. Harris, and R. F. Lee. H. St Germaine of 934 Burns Dr., SW, passed away in the Republic of Viet Nam. Surviv ing are his mother, Mrs. W. H. Skinner, Atlanta; father, Mr. Twain St. Germaine, Chattanooga, Tenn.; sister, Mrs. J. P. Paul, Richmond, MASIIBURN Mrs. J. R., Sr. (Agnes), of 635 Holmes St. I NW, died Aug. 10, 1969. Sur viving are her husband; son. Mr. J. K. Mashburn jr.; grandsons, Audie Mashburn, Stacy Mashburn, several nieces and nephews. Funeral services will be held Monday, Aug. 11, at 2 o'clock at Spring Hill, Rev. Malcolm Coleman officiating. Interment, Crest Lawn. Gentlemen selected as pallbearers. Va.; brothers, Mr. Richard MITCHELL Mr. W. E., of 622 St. Germaine, Mr. James St. Germaine, Atlanta; Mr. Rob ert T. St. Germaine, Morrow. Funeral arrangements announced upon arrival of re mains. Frank B. Lowndes and Son. cascade hill Oglethorpe hill Spring Hill LIETCH The friends and rela tives of Mrs. Joe W. (Kate) Lietch, Mr. and Mrs. D. O. T H Seagraves Mr and BARNETTE - Mrs. Catherine, Mi. lfiS&l! f 1222 Lyndale Dr.. SE, died Aug. 9, 1969. Surviving are her son, Mr. Donald B. Bar- nette; granddaughter, Pamela Barnette, Atlanta; mother, Mrs. J. M. White, Abbeville, Ala.; sister, Mrs. Quinton James, Montgomery; brother, Mr. Marvin White, Panama City, Fla., several nieces and nephews. H. M. Patterson & T H W A I T E S-Mr. Charlie L. &on. Png ' Thwaites of fiRl University Ave. SW, died Aug. 10. Plans BUFORD Miss Mario n, of later. Howard L. Carmichael & Sons. ward, Samanth Woodward, are invited to attend the funeral of Mrs. Joe W. Lietch, Monday afternoon, 2: 30 o'clock, chapel of Howard L. Carmichael and Sons. Rev. Bill Allison will officiate. In terment, Hardemans Ceme tery. rarjf SUt MIS' FUNERAL ROME THEf mem L-lltlAliEIMI 'POWOEII if BUM fHl KERLIN Sp.4 Darryl L. Ker- lin of 121 Cliff Drive, Mableton, died Aug. 10, 1969. Funeral arrangements will be announced later. Gene Davis Fu neral Home, Mableton. Yorkshire Rd. NE, died Aug. 10. 1969. Survivors are his daughter, Mrs. W. Taft Sut ton: grandchildren, Mr. Wil liam T. Sutton Jr., Mrs. Joseph M. Henderson, Mrs, Grover C. Parker Jr.; five great grandchildren, several nieces and nephews. Funeral services will be held Monday, Aug. 11, at 3 o'clock at Spring Hill, Dr. Arthur Vann Gibson officiating. Interment, West-view. As pallbearers Mr. W. J. Burks, Mr. S. C. Mitchell, Mr. Grover C. Parker Jr., Mr. Herman Jones, Mr. Joseph M. Henderson, Mr. Clark Gore, Mr. Tom Asbury. RICHARDSON Mr. Leonard B., of Coral Gables, Fla., formerly of Atlanta, died Au gust 9, 1969. Surviving are his wife; daughters, Mrs. Charles Bartenfeld, Mrs. Joseph H. Louis Jr, Grand Junction, Colo.; aunt. Mrs. E. C. Marshall, Charlotte, N.C.: grandchildren, David Louis, Richard Louis, Casey Louis, Debby Bartenfeld, Joan Bartenfeld, Karen Bartenfeld. In terment services will be held Monday, Aug. 11 at 3 o'clock at Westview, Rev. Chilton F, Thorington, Rev. G. Hendree Harrison officiating. H. M. Patterson & Son, Spring Hill. ANNOUNCEMENTS Cemetery Lots, Crypts I CEMCTFRY Wart View. terrace it-1 11. bicruiu. s4-4.M ejter , CRESTLAWN Cemetery I t raves. )jov, Hfra ine mueey, Msvina Itwft August 3D, VbltJi. CRESTLAWN grave lies, lot No. 1M and No. 1(7. aoctioa kJJH. tl.000. 377-3434. GA. MKMOKIAL Park. Marietta, j& 173, set-Hoe t, I niiares. Comitei4 iwl ao lion. S32S. Owner, j8-l. WESTVIEW Iota No. 0. 1 "and 1. Acacia section. c ar terms. 23- Y42. WEST VIEW. Twe Choir crrnta. Chapci Fluor. B-leet. i criHce. itf, im. WESTVIEW CFMFTERY ? f raw kit. Garden of Our Sai ior 7-464. FLA. RESIDENT now Must act rri,,'. 5 li 244 Tier C Uitvw .Mausoleum. Conot Mrs. T P. Broe. man care or t . w. mnwirw, mi security Trust Rldg., Miami. Fla. 13131 PRIVATE! owner otter substantial savings on a-ttravo nortnsiue cemetery Int. Terma if needed. 4S-52ul. Ext. 217. Travel, Tears, Transport t TRAVELING DRIVE TARS A LI POINTS 24 Cain St., N.W.. 577-5464 MAKING A TRIP DRIVE TO VARIOUS POINTS AAACON TRANS. 523-7644 Washington, D.C., died Aug. 8, 1969. Surviving are her sisters, Mrs. F. P. Marxsen, Atlanta: Mrs. George 0. Jones, LaGrange; several nieces, nephews and cousins. Interment services were held Sunday. Aug. 10, at 3:30 o'clock at Westview. Dr. Harry Fifield officiated. Washington, D.C., papers please copy. H. M. Patterson WAITS - Funeral services for & Son, Spring Hill. -W GjlledblU (J. Austin Dillon Co. V? 688-4680 Services Fort CARTER Mr. James H., of 981 Eulalia Rd. NE, died Aug, 9, 1969. Surviving are his wife, daughters, Mrs. Leroy F, Sterling, Gainesville, Fla.; Mrs. Sarah C. Mosteller, At lanta; Mrs. Clyde L. Hunt Jr., Greensboro, N.C.; sister, Mrs, Charlie Robertson, Newborn, Ga.; eight grandchildren. Fu Master Sgt. Billie C. Waits will be held Monday, Aug. 11, 1969, at 11 o'clock, at Ogle thorpe Hill. Rev. Hoyt Thom as, Rev. C. M. Caudell, Rev. J. S. Propes officiating. Inter- m e n t. Marietta National Cemetery, with full military honors. H. M. Patterson & Son, 4550 Peachtree Rd. Allison-Allison 811, 3 p.m., cnapei. ALLISON-ALLISON - The friends and relatives of Mr. and Mrs. John R. Allison, Mr. and Mrs. John R. Allison III. Mr. James William Allison, Miss Mary Virginia Allison. John R. Allison IV, Mr. John R. Allison Sr., of Westville. N.J.; Mr. and Mrs. T. C. Ken- non, Stone Mountain, Ga.; Mr. and Mrs. James C. Lariscy, North Augusta, S.C.; Mr. Alton Lariscy, Baltimore, Md.; Mr. and Mrs. Lewis B. Lariscy, Boston, Mass.; Mr. and Mrs. W. E. Lariscy, New London, Conn.; several nieces npral Kfirvire will he held WALKER Miss Mattie Lena Monday. Aug. 11. at 2 o'clock, of 249 Mathews Ave. NE, died at Oglethorpe Hill, Rev. John N. Flynn officiating. Inter ment, Arlington. As pallbear ers: Mr. Clyde L. Hunt Jr., Mr. Mark Chamberlain, Dr. Leroy F. Sterling, Mr. Charles Robertson, Mr. William Word. Mr. William C. Byers HI. As honorary escort, Mr. V. F. Cooper, Mr. Vann Groover, Mr. George L. word jr., Mr. Walter Wheeler, Mr. Lewis Sams, Mr. Earl Leonard, Mr. Guy Jones. In lieu of flowers contributions may be made to Goodwill Industries. H. M. Patterson & Son, Oglethorpe Hill, 4550 Peachtree Rd. Aug. 9, 1969. Surviving are several nieces and nephews. Interment services will be held Monday, Aug. 11, at I 2:30 o'clock at Westview, Rev. Harold Zwald officiating. H. M. Patterson & Son, Spring Hill. JanJif Springs Chaf and nephews are invited to at- DAVIS Mr. Joe B., 822 Elbert lena uie iunerai oi mi. ana Mrs. John R. Allison Monday, Aug. 11, 1969, at 3 p.m. from Dillon's Chapel. Rev. Leon Pipe will officiate. Interment, East View Cemetery. Gentlemen selected will act as pallbearers and meet at the chapel at 2:45 p.m. (Florists, 12 noon). J. Austin Dillon Co. Paul I. Donehoo HAPEVILLE 761-2171 MELVIN Mr. Jack N. Mel-vin, the husband of Mrs. Ethel L. Melvin of 311 Atkinson Dr., Hapeville, passed Aug. 10, 1969. Funeral announced later. Collier Funeral Home. PATMAN Mr. Randall Patman of 1690 Milledge Exit. Funeral Monday, Aug. 11, 1969, at 4 p.m. from Thankfull Baptist Church, with Rev. Amos Jack- . son officiating. Interment, Al-lenvil'e Cemetery. Hurley Funeral Home, Athens. . MATHIS Mr. Herman Mathis of Atlanta, Ga. Funeral services 3:30 p.m. Aug. 11, from the chapel of Thrash Funeral Home, Rev. H. L. Johnson officiating. Interment, St. Mary's Cemetery. Thrash & Son Funeral Home, Hogans-ville. MAYFIELD The friends and relatives of Mr. and Mrs. George B. Mayfield, 944 Maul-din St., SE, Mr. and Mrs. Warren B. Mayfield, Mr. and Mrs. Raymond A . Mayfield, Mr. John Hayncs Mayfield, Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Larry May-field, Mr. and Mrs. B. G. En-trekin, Mr. and Mrs. L. A. Bennett, Mrs. Bertha Brown, all of Atlanta; Mr. and Mrs. Rubin Anderson, Marietta; seven grandchildren, several nieces and nephews are invited to attend the funeral of Mr. Continued IB Next Column PATTTLLO Funeral services for Mr. Millard T. Pattillo will be held Monday, Aug. 11, at 2 p.m. from Forest Hill Chapel. Interment, Rock Springs United Methodist Church Cemetery. Couch & Mason Forest Hill Chapel, Lawrenceville. MATHIS Mrs. Mary L. Mathis, of 983 Forrest Ave., Forest Park, passed away Aug. 10. Survived by sons, Ladon, John H., William H., and Larry Mathis; brothers, Clifford, Em-mitt, L. C. and Ray Horn; sisters. Mrs. Purvis Jackson. Mrs. Donald Hinson, Mrs. Vic- DUCKWORTH Funeral ser- St.f SW, died Aug. 10, 1969. Surviving are wife; daughters, Mrs. A. H. Rafferty, Mrs. James O. Tyner Jr., Ozark, Ala.; sister, Mrs. Hugh D. Moore, Dublin; brothers, Mr. J. A. Davis, Mr. Thomas H. Davis, both of Miami; Mr. G. L. Davis, Hickory, N.C.; Mr. Emory H. Davis, Dublin; three grandchildren, several nieces and nephews. Funeral services will be held Tuesday, Aug. 12, at 11:30 o'clock at Cascade Hill, Rev. O. D. Morris of ficiating. Interment, West- view. Pallbearers: Mr. Hugh D. Moore, Mr. Grady E. Davis, Mr. Richard Davis, Mr. James A. Davis II, Mr. James Ray Abner, Mr. Jim A. Abner. H. M. Patterson & Son, 3610 Cas cade Rd. THOMAS Mrs. Mary Thomas of 417 Second Ave NE, died Friday. She is survived by two brothers, Mr. C. J. Hunt, Mr. Paul W. Hunt, Atlanta; sister, Mrs. P. E. Edwards, North Miami, Fla. Funeral services will be conducted Monday afternoon at 2 o'clock, at the chapel of A. S. Turner and Sons. Rev. B. W. Hancock will officiate. Interment, East-view Cemetery. A. S. Turner & Sons. tor Prokopchuk, Mrs. Ivan Gibson; two grandchildren. The remains will be carried this Monday afternoon to Ev ans Funeral Home, Donalson-ville, Ga., where funeral ser vices will be held Tuesday af ternoon at 2 p.m. from the Hilton Methodist Church, Blakely, Ga. J4auqabrook& STAFFORD -Mrs. Ludie Staf ford of 602 Irwin St., NE, the mother of Mrs. Carrie Mae Stafford, passed Aug. 9, 1969. Funeral announcement later. Haugabrooks Funeral Home. IN MEMORIAM In memory of Albert H. Wilklns, who left this earth to be with Jesus one year ago today, August 11. 1968. Du but betreit von Leid und Schmerz, Du hast den Frieden - mir brack das Hen. ERIKA and TIMOTHY. IN MEMORIAM In memory of onr dear mother, Mrs. 3. M. (Ma) Barrett, who departed this life one year a no today, August II, 1968. A precious one from us has (one. A voire we love is stilled; A place Is vacant in our hearts. That never can be filled. HER CHILDREN and GRANDCHILDREN. Four generations of service 761-2141 COUCH Mr. Eugene F. Couch of 1877 W. John Calvin Ave., College Park, died Aug. 10, 1969. burvived by wife, Mrs, Lillie S. Couch; step-daughter, Mrs. H. P. Waldrip, East Point; brothers, Mr. Walter Couch, Fairburn; Mr. W. W. Couch; niece, Mrs. Jerry Hor- ton, Jacksonville, Fla.; aunts, Mrs. Bertie Prather, Austell; Mrs. Kate Couch, Hapeville; Mrs. Cora Copeland, East Point. A. C. Hemperley & Sons. vices for Chief Justice W. H. Duckworth will be held Monday, Aug. 11, 1969, at 11:30 o'clock at Spring Hill, Dr. Louie D. Newton, Rev. Harold D. Zwald officiating. Inter ment, Decatur. As pallbearers Justices of the Georgia Su preme Court, as escort: Judges of the Court of Ap peals, State of Georgia, Mem bers of Atlanta Bar Associa tion. HAYS Funeral services for Mrs. W. J. Hays will be held Monday, Aug. 11, 1969, at 10:30 o'clock at Spring Hill, Dr. Reynolds Greene officiat ing. Interment, Westview. LOVELACE-Mr. Brooks W., of 5806 Glenridge Drive NE., died Aug. 10, 1969. Surviving are his wife, daughters, Mrs. R. L, Leach Jr., Birmingham, Ala.; Mrs. Paul White Jr., Atlanta; sons, Major Brooks W. Love lace Jr., USAF ret., Albany, Ga.; Mr. Thomas A. Lovelace, Mr. Fred S. Lovelace; sister, Miss Mabel Lovelace, Atlanta; 16 grandchildren, two greatgrandchildren. Funeral services will be held Tuesday, Aug. 12, at 10 o'clock at St. Martin-in-the-Fields Church, Father Martin D. Gable officiating. Interment, Westview. In lieu of flowers contributions may be made to St Martin-in-the-Fields Memorial Fund. H. M. Patterson & Son, Oglethorpe Hill, 4550 Peachtree Rd. . Chowan WJliitfeif Co, FUNERAL DIRECTORS DOUGLASVILLE. GEORGIA HAVE BUS Driver. Short trip week, .mil. rluha. rhtiri-hes. amj.ll srouoa. Reasonable. 377-1949. Nursing Homes, Care I RIDDELL Mrs. Fred (Marie) Riddell of 4313 N. Shallowford Rd., died Aug. 10, 1969. Fu neral arrangements announced later by Sandy Springs Chapel, 136 Mount Vernon Hwy. TATUM Mrs. E. E. (Lothia) I Tatum of 10 Bonnie Lane, died Aug. 9, 1969. Survived by daughters, Mrs. Ruth Patter son, Blue Ridge; Miss Ruby Tatum, Mrs. Billie Landrum, Sandy Springs; sons, Mr. Howard Tatum, McCaysville; Mr. James H. Tatum, Ellens-berg, Wash.; Mr. Henry Tatum, Dawsonville; sister, Mrs. Claudie Garver, Ross- ville, Ga. Funeral services will be held Monday, Aug. 11, 1969, at 2 p.m. at McKees Chapel Methodist Church, Rev. G. D. Moore officiating. Grandsons will serve as pallbearers. Interment, church cemetery. The remains will be taken to the residence of Mr. H. H. Tatum, Dawson ville, Sunday at 6 p.m. Sandy Springs Chapel, 136 Mt. Ver non Highway. NEW retirement home. Practical nurse. 3 meals dativ. cafeteria, new beds. TV room. Busline. Pleasant surroundings. 50 yrs. up. No drinkers. 1 1 50 mo. 873-35711 755-5381. Nursery and Baby Sitters 10 Baby Sitters Mother's Helpers CAREER Academy (1 leadinc school train, lis female collese-aee students in the medical field) can place a Kirl in vour home to do baby sitting and tent Housework, rnese vouns women are from out-of-town and attend school 4 hours per dav in the morn-ins or afternoon. In order to quality, vou must provide the student with room and ooara. ruonc transportation fto and from the school) should be accessible. For mora information, call CAREER ACADEMY 2045 PEACHTREE RD. 351-1550 trtiFFSRIOMAI. child pare and care for elderly and convalescents in home or hospital. 24-hr. service. Hour-day, week-vacation, wis hit huti tkk us NORTH ATL. (A subsidiary of Ger tier f ooa rroaucts.) zoi-uayo. WORKING MOTHERS Eieht St. Day Nurserv, Beautiful, spacious planned program, 4 blocks from Peachtree. Stale licensed. 875-8008. nichts. 233-1356. Airline Shift Worker DESIRES baby-sitter to live ill if possible, l.iuiu housekeeping, cau eveings. 766-7654. DORAVILLE Buford Hishway. Keep children my home, weekday. Loving, attentive care. Reasonable. 451-341& NURSERY teacher will keen one. two children daily-weekly in own home. Large fenced backyard and porch. 767-9916. WILL keep children, my home. Reasonable rate, conveniently located. Bettv Smith. 8513 Stonewall Jackson Drive. Jonesboro, 47B-4037. CHAMBLEE Mothers, children receive excellent care, home surround ings, nice play area, fenced, 451-0618. CHILD care any hours. ' 7 days. fenced yard, playroom, 2 years up. South Expressway area. 478-2722. NORTHEAST Will care for inlant or toddler ill mv home. Reference furnished. 5225034 ; 874-1721. GLENWOOD . COLUMBIA area. Will keep small children in my home for working motners. iy-iss. NORTHEAST Will board baby and small child in home. Also daytime care. 688-6250. FriKRST PARK will keen children mv home for working mothera. Any time, 361-8865; DECATUR Babysitting in my home1J021 Thrasherj3ijr.i289-074D. : BABY sitting daily my home, excellent care. Greenbriar. 344-7346. I 'WILL baby sit for working mothers in my home. Call 361-8956. EAST POINT Will keep children anytime, my home. 761-81 28. BOARD Also day care, preschool see. fenced yard. 875-3928. CHILD CARE, my home, day or night, Riverdale. 478-0167. , CHILD care in my home. Stone Mountain area443-7227. DORAVILLE Child care my home. daysweek . 45J -401 7 ONE child, my home, board or daily. Age 3up. 427-3561 . KEEP children, my home, day or night. 761-7914 Personals 12 11 FALCON season tickets. 4 on 40-yd, line. Upper deck. 261-5916, 9 to 3 weekdays : HEALTH CLUB membership, ell, 4 months dues paid. After 8 p.m., 876- 4947. DRINKING PROBLEM? Call 525-3171 WriteAA. Bo1215,Ulant ATLANTA Falcon tickets (4). 35-40 yard line. 355-8907. DO YOU NEED ADVICE? DIAL 28S-J666 RENT A RID. Yon need the help, and so do they. 577-5252. JHappy Birthday Payson LADYcompanion wanted lor mother and 2 sons. 241-9773. Personal Interests 12 SINGLE ADULTS YOU CAN MEET FROM J TO 10 NEW PEOPLE THIS MONTH AND EVERY MONTH FOR THE NEXT FIVE YEARS ... PRESELECTED TO PLEASE YOU trnn aim rNTFnF-STlNn RECORDED MESSAGE 24 HRS. A DAY DIAL 522-0625 GREEN Friends and relatives of Mrs. Eliza H. Green, Mrs. Flossie Pate, Mr. and Mrs. J. G. Chapman, Mr. and Mrs. H. H. Green, Fairplay: Mr. and Mrs. Aaron Bearden, Aus tell, are invited to attend the funeral of Mrs. Eliza H. Green, Monday, Aug. 11, 1969, at 3 p.m. from Union Grove Church of Christ, Fairplay. Rev. Coy Bass will officiate. Remains will be placed in state at 2 p.m. Interment, Church Cemetery. J. Cowan Whitley Co. BLOOD DONORS $7.50 A VISIT ALL TYPES NEEDED OPEN 8-4 MONDAY-FRIDAY O Positive Donors Needed MONDAY AND TUESDAY METROPOLITAN BLOOD CENTER 53 ALABAMA ST. SW, 577-1607 ADULT BOOK STORE TWO great stores for seekers of the unusual in reading. Adult tilm available in color and black and white. BUCKHEAD BOOK MART. 3105 Peachtree Rd., N.E. Open 10 a.m. til midnight weekdays. 1 til 10 Sundays. 261-7494. PERSHING POINT BOOK MART. 24-1 7th St.. between Peach-tree's a.m. till 6 p.m. Monday through Saturday. 892-1293. COLOR TV RENT TO OWN INCLUDES all parts and service. Call dealer, 873-2416, 490 Ponce de Leon Ave. NE. corner Monroe Drive Insurance Cancelled? Driver's License Revoked? SR-22 FILINGS Lowest Rates Available 5-MINUTE SERVICE Atlantis Insurance Agency 108 10th St. NE at P'tree 892-3272 HARPER'S Glovcrs ' 876-5766 lira i-zri) 255-1611 v;.4i ,so .fccswauKa, BLOOD DONORS EARN $40 PER MONTH On Regular Plasma Program ATLANTA BLOOD DONOR CENTER 158 HARRIS ST NW S77-3370 ATTENTION, LADIES IF yon are married, single or divorced, have a tob, and need a car, you need to see me. i offer personal and confidential assistance in financing von a car Call James Bostwick only. 761-1107. DRIVER'S LICENSE REVOKED? DO YOU NEED HELP? 688.8562 SRHINS-ACCiBN?i 245-9315 CALL THE TALL MAN SINGLE CLUB PARTIES, picnics, hayrldes, weekend excursions, dancing Friday and Sat. night. 931 Monroe Dr. SR-22 FILINGS ' Let as help reinstate driver's license PAY LESS LOWEST MO. RATES Call 874-57R5, night, Sunday, 636-2178 DIXIE MOTOR CLUB tWt Peachtree at North Avenne LICENSE REVOKED? SR-22 Filings Help Personal Interests ' SR-22 FILINGS Driver's License Suspended? Noah ft Ce Insurance Aency trS .pnflg. N 11 Umi Vi 44 i.v&ines aol Suikus. 4t Sf4VI!,K D sis t i IV it AGENCY, all lnveetitatiM einctly cooiideniial we sne.-iAhte In lucatntg murine person, we else make ot'ir.enrlc industrial ajid cruumai to encauene 7oi-svii BLOOD DONORS ALL TYPES BLOOD NL'F.PFTt OPfcN I TIL 1:30 MOMUY-r KUMY TIL 12 SM I KDAY BLOOD BANK FOUNDATION 131 Miklull St. W Attention Working People IF yoa need a ear and eoat know how to set one. you net-d ta see me fur personal and roiuiacntial assist, ance. CaU James Baker, 72 U78. MEN OR WOMEN! INCREASE your Income fey learning SI'ENimPE (Machine Shorihandi. Evening Classes. Call Mr. Robert. Hht UYOR SELL CASH tor your equity, also FHA, and VA resales. Belly Wood. 2l-36J9i 483-3693, Callaway Realty Co, 7a Main, Forest Park, 36-8i71. , iR 22 FILINGS SI RETY BOMW I CEOKOIA SI'RCTY CO. ' 4JI HEALKY BLDG. S22-3898 FOR YOUR INSURANCE NEJaJS"" CALL 622-1 S7S Little Realty Ins. Co. 538 MORELAND AVE. SE Kiser Landscaping Co. TOPSOIL. fill dirt, landscaping, crushed stone. Terms It desired. Free estimates, 285494. COMPUTER DATING AVAILABLE for fun? Cost enly U. 3S5-4810 Information at Any Hour. PIANO" LESSONS Certified teacher is scheduling students lor fall, tnmll now at tremendous savins'. Call Mute Keck. 436-6191. DIAL A DATE FUN and happiness. K. 875-2973, any hour. P.O. Box 8-J1, Atlanta 30306. DONT RUIN" YOUR CREDIT We will Buy or Sell Your Property ACE REALTY CO. 389 Ashby St. SW 753-6161 ATTENTION Girls: Photographs make wonderful gills, custom nhotog raohy by appointment. 945-4329 after YOlGTTjRiVER "underTs, saveup to $75 oa auto insurance with Sentry. Call Dan Zevin, 633-941 L 255-0239. PERSONAL loans to men and women J JO to 12,500. Confidential - Call FT Co wr .lacjyon. B9?-39( WANTED 350,000 moral listeners to Atlanta's favorite Country Music station. Dial 1260, WTJH Radio. CONFIDENTIAL LOANS arranged quickly. 125 to $300. Phone 522-0535. Mr. Adams, Banner Finance. SPANISH TUTORING by native Colombian. 633-8248. Help Wanted, Male, Fern. IS PRO-TENNIS INSTRUCTIONS. Oglethorpe student. Byron - 872-5530. PORTRAITS Hand painted from ANY photograph. $10. 233-5197. Confidential loans to women. CallMiss JBrowa, 524-J907 OOIONG for a "date? Computer iate. Bos 6513, Atl. 758-6767 anytime, DRIVE DEFENSIVELY ASK I'OR TOTAL ELECTRIC KENTUCKY FRIED CHICKEN For Dinner Tonight 13 622-1374 Nites, 766-6277 GUITAR lessons Any style. Special, 2FREEJ.ESSONS. 233-7121. NEED courage, hone or comfortf Dial 288-1666 Lost and Found DACHSHUND, female Black with white chest, lost Center Hill Bank-head. Thursday Noon, 7994063. BRACELET, silver-jade. Lost Monday, Lenox Square, reward, 634-0595. POODLE White" toy. Lost Thursday, Sandy Springs area. Aqua collar. Tag 'Caesar".Reward.$50. 252-6454. SIAMESE MALE Lost First Ave- nue, College Patk. Reward. 964-?f96. LOST Little black dog, white die", mond on chest. Answers to name "Frisky." Wearing flea collar. Last seen in Chamblee Shopping Center area. 457-2418. LOST Sandy Springs, email male dog, dark brown, gray muzzle, bushy coat and tail, hind leg injured, no collarTedd.v". 252-9543. Reward. LOST ORANGE", while and (trey "oal. Ico oat vicinity Minora tiignway-North Druid HiUs Rd. Call 633-3223 evenings. -j . . . . LOST Black female cat. Airport vicinity. Collar and tag no. 5921. Re- ward.$25. Call 548-2817, Athens, LOST Red miniature male Dachshund, Emory vicinty, name "Pep- per". Reward. 875-9526; 377-5920. LOST Two White German Shep. herds, 7 months old. Vicinitv Executive Par Reward. 636-0646. LOST "Black and silver female German Shepherd. Dunwoody area. Reward. Heidi." 457-5863. LOST Black and silver female German Shepherd. Dunwoody area. Reward. HeidL" 457-5863. LOST, chocolate brown poodle, "Coco," vicinity Northwoods In Dora- vle,457:3473i reward. . LOST white, black Dalmation. Vicinitv Collier Rd. Child's pet. Reward. 892-0155 ; 351-472L .. LOST Basenji, brown and white male "Rusty," tag No. 474. Reward. 939-2537. LOST brides veil, probably fell out of car around Mathieson Dr. Reward, 233-1015. . LOST Female minature beige poodle. Southwest Area. 344-5007. Re-ward. LOST Large black German Shepherd. Reward. 627-2975. : MAKE a little boy happy, return Baron. Male German shepherd, black and tan, 7 months old. Reward. 636-4159. LIBERAL REWARD for return of rings left in Stan's Sandwich Shop near Georgia State. August 7. 767- 9359. $20 REWARD One or both of two Siamese cats, lost in 6th St.-Piedmont area. 874-1285 after 3. DISAPPEARED Poodle, .Royal Standard. 520 reward. Florida tags. Black male. 344-3246. WHITE CAT" Lost vicinity Briar-cliffAnimalClinic. Reward 872.3044. FOUND Female German Shep. herd, vie. Memorial Bend. 443-2138. EMPLOYMENT Part-Time Jobs 1 GENERAlTofriee duties, 4 to 6 hours daily, good hourly rate. For interview call 875-9551. An Equal Opportunity Employer M-F. GENERAL cleaner needed. 12 midnight to 6 am, apply 1627 Peachtree room 102. Monday through Friday 4 nm to 9 nm. PORTER - Service Station, 6 to 11 P.M.. 1888 Peachtree Rd. NW. MALE, over 14. Help manager in outside order department No experience necessary. Has 3-day training period. SI .60 sal. per hour to start. Call Mr. Boiling, 892-2242. Help Wanted, Male, Fern. 15 ACCOUNTING ACCOUNTANT SALARY OPEN Accounting degree and some exp. required. BOOKKEEPER $500 -$600. FEE PAID. Company seeking person with Rood exp. in bookkeeping. , PERSONNEL SERVICE CALL JUDY JOHNSON , JEANETTE HOLLAND t! PERSONNEL, INC. , 233-9476 ! 3400 P'tree Rd., NE " Suite 421 ACCOUNTING CLERK AETNA INSURANCE CO. 1230 WEST PEACHTREE ST. NW WE NOW have an opening for an Insurance accounting clerk with preferably I year experience. If qualified please contact Personnel Department. 876-2411. BOOKKEEPER FULL charge bookkeeper with expert-ence of preparing sales tax and payroll returns, knowledge of general ledger. Desirable locslion and fringe benefits. In replying please state age, references and salary desired. D. H.. 895, Journal-Constitution. BUS HELP AND DISHWASHERS MUST be willing to work Sat. and Sun. Dobbs House Coffee Shop. Main Lobby. Atlanta Airport. Apply in Person only. . CASHIKR and many other full-time positions available. Bavarian Alpine Inn, Apply between 2-5 Monday thru Saturday, 252-6373. CLEAN-UP CREW MACHINE OPERATORS ATLANTA STADIUM POSITIONS now open for men and women to clean up after all events. Apply to J. D. Stinehelfer, Oxford Building Services. Isle 333. 525-9857. COLLECTIONS TELEPHONE ad'uer for stifI concern. So euuioe work. Fx.ei.4 Sdy and iimte toem-tu. Cil fctr, iandi. 761-4 etcA em i wee-. . eti . le-i7. . . CONCLUSIONS Work eveatncs.. Ninth 4 Uiive la. CmmiMee. 4Jr 9 .ft 4. - CLERICAL I CLASSIFIED :" AD CHECKER WE ARE seeking O high school graduate) with ot ' least one year's previous business experience. The use of a 10-key adding machine is required. WE OFFER ' --scheduled merit increases paid vacation .' group insurance other employee benefits - THE hours ore unusuol. You must come in ot 4 a.m. one day in the week. THOSE interested ond qualified apply in person to the Personnel Office, Journal-Constitution Bldg., 10 Forsyth St.. NW, 9 a.m. to 4:30 p.m., Mon. thru Friday. An equal opportunity employer; " COOKS-SALAD MKFTtS AND r' UTILITY WOHK-HS EXPERIENCED Cafeteria copse. Utility workers and salad maker. Liberal fringe benelits. 40 hour wort week. Apply al personnel oftice. Phone 173-4211. ext. tor Iniorma- GEORGIA INSTITUTE OF TECHNOLOGY J25 NORTH AV E NW J An Enual Opportunity mployer , COOK SHORT ORDER EXPERIENCED. 1:30 p.m -10 p.m. I davs. The AUanlaa Hotel Restaurant. 133ConeSt.. NW. COOK Breakfast aniTlunch. Hrs t 5:30 a.m. to 2:30 p.m. Broiler cook 1 , .m. to 11 p.m. Please contact Mr, rvin, 349-2404. Holiday Inn. e Flats, -4225 Full on Industrial Blvd . COOK A LARGE Northside Protestant church needs full-time cook. Please write J. T., 900. Journal-Constitution. COOK, experienced, for Ga. Tech., Fraternity. Cooking for large itrouo. Start Seot. 17. weekly pay, salary. onen.Houra t to 7. 876-2879 ;J 73-640. COOK, dishwasher and waitress.. Apply in person, Skillet Restaurant. 1657-BLakewood Ave. SE. COOK, experienced, for restaurant, J miles from town. House furnished. Call Mr. Carter , 627-5521. "CREDIT MANAGER J EXCELLENT earnings, working conJ ditions and benefits. Apply Bond" Clothes, 95 Peachtree NE. - " DRAFTSMAN SURVEYING CONSULTING firm needs experience Draftsman familiar with boundaries and topos. Group Insurance. Profit-, sharing plan. SaUry open. 875-7903. DRY CLEANING help. Manager (one small plant, spotter, counter help Must be experienced. 622-1 168. EDP i SYSTEM ANALYST SALARY OPEN J PROGRAMMER. KEY PUNCH OPR. j Some exp. required. Call Sylvia Davis . PERSONNEL SERVICE JEANNETTE HOLLAND ? PERSONNEL, INC.- 233-9476 3400 P'tree Rd., NE Z. uue 41 FASHION ARTIST .- EXPERIENCE required. Top salary. for qualified person. Profit-sharmiT. plan. Employee-purchase discount. , Excellent insurance plans. Must sub? mit resume and samples. " CAIN-SIiOAN CO. -Nashville. Tennessee, 37219 GRILL HELP EXPERIENCED. All shifts open. Top"' starting salary. Meals Furnished Hal'-forms furnished. Paid vacations Group Ins. Apply in person only. Au lanta Gateway Rest. 1-85 and Pleas- ant Hill Rd. Duluth, Ga. GROOMER DOGS . EXPERIENCED alt breeds. To maiw age Suds and Trim Department. , DOCKTOR PET CENTER , COLUMBIA MALL , DECATUR, GA. 2845990 . HAIRDRESSERS ASSISTANT AND MANAGER. Oiiening left for 3 hairdressers and one assistant. New piusn. salon, Embry Hills area. Top salary, ' commission and benelits, 289-6593. ' LAUNDRY OPERATOR Expert. enced. Please contact Mrs. Singer, Holiday Inn, 6 Flags. 4225 Fulton In- dustrial Blvd. 349-2404. LICENSED REAL ESTATESALES- MAN, WOULD YOU LIKE TO BE IN,. BUSINESS FOR YOURSELF? , . WELL that's exactly what our plan adds up to. Unique system that of- " fers, 70 Pet. commission payment.-1 plan work when you wish, write your ; own ads. For the opportunity of i lifetime, give us a call for a confi--' '&M? SALES INC. 422-1014 I PRINTERS ' BINDERY : CAMERAMEN MULTILTTH'S, ATF Chiefs, David-, son's. Experienced and beginners,, day or night shift, full or part time..' company benefits, good pay and on-, nortunity for advancement. Free , ""Volt Technical Corp. 1 0 Corporate Square NE 633-8461 J AH equal opportunity employer . production worker:; DAY or night. Frozen food processor, no experience needed, good pay and fringe benefits. Apply in person, Mr. Lewis Snires, Susanna's Inc. 4300 -Pleasantdale Rd.. Doraville. - PURCHASING CLERK-TYPIST; IMMEDIATE opening for good typist j with strong figure aptitude. Will train. Morningside area, free parking. Good company benefits. 873-5020. RESTAURANT help needed. Midniehl Sun. Garden Mall. 235 P'tree St. NE. j Continned en Next Page Part-l ime Jobs II : HE fir1- I I" IfSHIUlE OF TEMP0- 1 1 FLH 1 "A" st was of Georgia I II fill subscribe lo is endorse 'i m' .i m issKuliM coda ot . ', ethics. ADD-A-GIRL 330 Pine Center 577-3045 AMERICAN GIRL SERVICES 4 tread St.. M.W. 523-6453 DOT GIRLS 330 wwhtree St. 577-17SI MANPOWER, INC. 141 Alabama St.. S W, eis-i53i N0RRELL TEMP. SERVICE Fenon Mart ank. 525-5451 . ' OLSTEN SERVICES 07 First Federal leg. 523-41 1 1 JAMES PAIR TEMPORARY TALENT 101 W St. N.E. 525-553) STAFF BUILDERS ' 1115 Fint Fed. Bldg. 524 4843 T.0.P, TEMPORARY SERV. 1637 eaditrae 175-1474 VICTOR TEMPORARIES 1 33 Corneals Way S23-Mo6

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