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FUNERAL NOTICES 1 8-C tic Atlanta journal and CONSTITUTION SUNDAY, APRIL 25, 1971 FUNERAL NOTICES Sr., Monday at 2 o'clock FUNERAL NOTICES Mableton. Rev. James O. Crabb, Rev. Bob Ledlow will officiate. Interment, Powder Springs Memorial Gardens. , Gene Davis, Mableton. FUNERAL NOTICES Sarah H. Earl, Mrs. Clydia Mae Freeman, sisters; grandchildren, Mr. Luther Griffin, -Mr. and Mrs. Henry Griffin, ;" Mrs. Mary James . and Mr., ' HUEY Friends and rela-" tives of Mr. Carl Cates Huey, 6026 Ledgewood Drive, Forest Park; Mrs. Lorene Huey, Mrs-.; Patricia Renfroe, Jerry Dean Huey, Miss Vicki D e n i s e Cofer, Paul Dean Huey, MrsLT Betty Barfield, Mr. Tommy 4 Huey, Mr. Harold Huey, Mr. IN MEMORIAM In memorv of CrJ. Troy David Payne. U .S.M.C.. 1947-1967. To lose the Earth vou know, for erpater knowing; to lose the life you have, for greater life; to leave the friends vou loved, for greater loving; to tint! a land more kind than home, more laree than earth. Whereon the pillars of this earth are founded toward which the conscience of the world Is tending a wind is risine, and the rivers flow. Mama and Daddy. Alio and Leon. FUNERAL NOTICES Eula Reid; Mrs. A. Harold Scott; Atlanta; the grandchildren, nieces and nephews are invited to attend the funeral bf Mr. Roy F. Scott Monday, Apr. 23, at 2 p.m. from Dillon's Chapel, Rev. Ralph Byrd officiating. Interment, Greenwood Cemetery. The nephews Will serve as pallbearers and will meet at the chapel at 1:45. . (Florist 1 p.m.). J. Austin Dil- State Seeks 'Top Elder' Nominees Elijah Smith both of Cincin- ( nati, Ohio, aunts and uncles; ;, Mr. and Mrs. Rufus Malcolm,- Mrs. Philhelminia Cannon, ? FUNERAL NOTICES- (DST), at the Herschel McDaniel Chapel, Rev. Frank Brown officiating. Interment College Fark Cemetery. Herschel McDaniel, Inc., Fair-burn. ' POLSTON The friends and relatives of Mr. and Mrs. D. ' Lamar Polston, 2844 West Point Ave., College Park; Miss Gini Lynn Polston, Mr. Michael Lamar polston, Mr. Joseph C. Polston, Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Thompson, Mr. and Mrs. J. W.4 Raines, Mr. and Mrs. Jim Sims, Mr. and Mrs. Lester Campbell, Mr. and Mrs. Jimmy Brown, Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Tatum, Mr. and Mrs. Lovic Polston, Mr. and Mrs. Edward Polston, Mr. and Mrs. Doug Polston, Mr. ECHOLS Mr. Homer Lee, 62, of 17 Mobile Way, Mableton, died Apr. 23, 1971. Survived by wife, the former Frances Ray; daughters, Mrs. Paul Queen; Mrs. Herbert Stinch-comb; Misses Sharon and Patricia Echols; all of Mableton; 4 grandchildren. Funeral services Monday 2 p.m. White Columns Chapel. Rev. J. 6. Morris, Rev. Joel Hollis will officiate. Interment, Powder Springs Memorial Gardens. Gene Davis, Mableton. FUNERAL NOTICES are invited to attend the funeral services of Miss Alma M. Bryan, -Monday afternoon at 2 o'clock at the chapel of A. S. Turner & Sons. Rev. Eugene Bowman will officiate. Interment Bethany Baptist Churchyard. A. S. Turner & ' Sons. CAMPBELL Mr. M. O. Campbell of Mansfield died April 23, 1971. He is survived by his wife, Mrs. Billie Butter-worth Campbell; mother, Mrs. M. 0. Campbell Sr., Atlanta; son, Mr. and Mrs. M. O. Campbell III, Stone Mountain, Ga.; daughters, Miss Georgia Campbell, Macon; Mr. and Mrs. Bruce Eaton, Covington; sisters, Miss Rebecca Campbell, Atlanta; Mrs. H. C. Pritchett, College Park; AMBULANCE SERVICE f J. Austin Dillon Co. J 688-4680 lon Co. ; SHIELDS The friends alid relatives of Mr. John R. Shields, Miss Marion Shields, Mrs. D. J. Sheridan, Houston, Texas, Donald Ross Sheridan, Mrs. E. M. Britt, Stone Mountain, niece and nephew, Miami are invited to attend the funeral of Mr. John R. (Bob) Shields Sunday, April 25, 1971 at 3 o'clock at Spring Hill. Rev. Carl Standard, Rev. James M. Moore officiating. Interment, McDonough, Ga., in charge of Sardis Lodge No. 107 F. & A. M. As pallbearers: Mr. E. R. McDonald, Mr. W. O. Turner, Mr. Fred Morgan, Mr. C. C. Whiten Jr., Mr. Charles Garmon, Mr. John Arnold, Mr. R. C. Irwin, Mr. Murray C. Underwood. As Escort: Sardis Lodge No. 107 F. &A.M. SMITH The friends and relatives of Mr. and Mrs. Robert Hall Smith Sr., Mr. and Mrs. E. A. Gustafson, Atlanta, Mr. and Mrs. Robert Hall Smith Jr., Baltimore, Mr. and Mrs. Herbert W. Smith, Atlanta, Mr. and Mrs. Arthur W. Smith, Eustis, Fla., Mr. Richard W. Smith, the grandchildren, great-grandchildren are invited to attend the funeral of Mr. Robert Hall Smith Sr., Sunday, April 25, 1971 at 2 o'clock at Peachtree Presbyterian Church. Dr. William W. Billy Huey, nieces and nephews, are invited to attend the funeral of Mr. Carl Cates Huey, Monday, April 26, 1971, at 3 p.m., from Dickson's Phillips Drive Chapel. Minister Fred Baker officiating. Pallbearers please meet at 2:45 at the chapel. Pope Dickson & Son, Phillips Drive Chapel,; 363-1484. , . JEFEARES-Graveside services for Mr. George Daniel Jeffares, age 36, of 408 Oak-$ dale Rd., Smyrna, will be held ' at 4 p.m. Monday at the New Smyrna Cemetery. Rev. Bill Hartley officiating. Surviving, Mrs. Dorothy McDaniel Jef-fares, Miss Paula Conn, Smyrna; Master Dana Jeffares, Mr. and Mrs. George Forest Jeffares, Miss Jean Jeffares, all of Smyrna; S. Sgt. Richard K. Jeffares, McCord A.F.B. Washington; Mrs. Harold (Jeff) Jeffares, Smyrna; several nieces and nephews. Sanders Funeral Home, Smyrna, 435-4467. KIMBROUGH Funeral services for Mr. John II. Kimbrough will be held Monday, April 26, 1971, at 11 a.m. from Elizabeth Chapel, Dawson's Mortuary. Rev. S. A. Baker officiating. Interment South View Cemetery. Survivors are wife, Mrs. Mary F. Kimbrough; daughters, Mr. and Mrs. Milton Carter, Mr. and Mrs. Lorenzo Fitzpatrick, 5 grandchildren, 3 sisters, Miss Mary Kimbrough, Mrs. Leila Kimbrough, Mrs. Christine Harris; 4 aunts, 2 uncles, and a host of other relatives and friends. Alfonso Dawson Mortuary, 3000 Gordon Rd., SW. About 25 senior Georgians have been nominated as "Georgia's Outstanding Older Citizen," according to the State Commission on Aging, which still is accepting nominations. The title will be awarded one of the nominees during the State White House Conference on Aging here May 2-4. Time for the announcement has not been set. The "Outstanding Older Citizen" will be selected by a special committee of the State Commission on Aging, which already is studying the nominations. Although nominations are being accepted from the public, the recipient will be picked on the basis of accomplishments rather than the number of nominations, according to Evans Hall, commission public information officer. "This is not a vote-getting contest," Hall explained. The commission plans to honor the man or woman 65 or older whose contributions to society best demonstrates "the value of the experience, wisdom, compassion . . . created within individuals through the passage of years." Slay Suspect Is Arrested Mrs. Sarah Watts, Mrs. Ge- f neva Williams, all of Chicago, ; 111; Mrs. Annie Lou Tiller off Atlanta; nieces, nephews and other relatives and friends. Flower ladies and pallbearers are requested to assemble at -the church at 12:30 p.m. Rela-, tives and friends please assemble at the residence at 12 Noon. The remains will lie in state at the church from 11 a.m. until the hour of funeral and will not be viewed after the eulogy. Hanley's Bell St. Funeral Home. WAGONER Mrs. Patricia Williams Wagoner, of 876 Edgewood Ave., NE, passed . away Saturday, April 24, 1971, at the residence. Funeral arrangements announced later. Horis A. Ward, Inc. WALKER Mrs. Janie Walker, of 402 Oliver St., Decatur, passed April 23, 1971, in Akron, Ohio. Funeral announced upon arrival of remains. Alfonso Dawson Mortuary, 3000 Gordon Rd., SW. WALLACE Mr. Ralph F. Wallace, age 54, of Lawrenceville, Rt. 1, died April 24, 1971. Survived by wife, Mrs. Floy B. Wallace; daughters, Mrs. Kay W. Sharp, Lawrenceville, Mrs. Gloria F. Lange, Florida; Mrs. Connie W. Brantley, Savannah; Mrs. Barbara W. Steadman, Macon; 8 grandchildren; brother, Mr. Harvey Wallace, Athens; sisters, Mrs. J. B. Thornton, Athens; Mrs. Albert Hale, Statham; Mrs. Ed Sanders, Applachee, Ga.. Funeral services will be held this Sunday afternoon April 25, 1971, at 3 o'clock from Prospect Methodist Church. Rev. Paul Andrus off iciating. Interment church cemetery. The body is at Tom W. Wages Oak Lawn Chapel. and Mrs. Brooks Polston, nieces and nephews are invited to attend the funeral of Mr. D. Lamar Polston, at 2 o'clock (DST) at the Herschel McDaniel Chapel, Rev. Henley Campbell, Minister Gene Jarrett officiating. Interment Holly Hill. Herschel McDaniel, Inc., Fairburn. SCHULTZ - Mr. Frederick L. Schultz died April 23, 1971 in New York City. He was a resident of Morristown, N.J. He was the husband of Felice R. Shultz, father of Roger S. Schultz. Atlanta, Ga.; Mrs. Joseph McGeady, SevernaPark, Md.; and Frederick L. Schultz Jr., Baltimore, Md.; brother of Mrs. Harrell Weaver, Alham-bra, Calif.; and Mrs. James Johnson, Huntsville, Tex. Funeral services at the Church of the Redeemer, Morris-town, N.J. on Monday, April 26, 1971 at 2 p.m. Interment at convenience of family. In lieu of flowers, contributions may be made to the American Heart Association. Scott-426, 2 p.m., chapel. PARROTT Miss Meredith Johna, 1943 Marvin Lane, SW, died April 24, 1971. Surviving are parents, Mr. and Mrs. Johnny A. Parrott; sister, Miss Melanie Parrott; maternal grandmother, Mrs. Howard T. Champion, Canton; paternal grandmother, Mrs. Roy Parrott, Chatsworth. Funeral services will be held Sunday, April 25, at 2 o'clock at Park St. Methodist Church, with remains in state at 1:30. Rev. Ernest P. Kendall officiating. Interment Chatsworth Heights Cemetery. H. M. Patterson & Son, Cascade Hill, 3610 Cascade Rd., SW. granddaughter, Connie Campbell; and a number of nieces and nephews. Funeral services will be held today (Sunday) April 25 at 3 p.m. from the Mansfield Baptist Church. Rev. J. L. Drake will officiate. Interment, Carmel Cemetery, Mansfield. J. C. Harwell & Son, Covington. CHAFFEE Mrs. Bessie Hazel Chaffee of 1140 North Ave. NE, died April 21, 1971. Surviving are husband, Mr. Howard Chaffee; daughters, Mrs. Marlene McGee, Fort Worth, Tex.; Mrs. Valerie Collins, Los Angeles, Calif.; son, Mr. Richard K. Gunter, Decatur; mother, Mrs. Mattie Leona Bessant, Marietta; brother, Raymond Hubbard, Austell, Ga.; one grandchild. Funeral services will be held this Sunday afternoon, April 25, 1971, at 1 o'clock at Green Lawn, Rev. Jerry Keese officiating. Interment, D e c a t u r Cemetery. Pallbearers will meet at the chapel at 12:45. Green Lawn Funeral Directors, 1270 Spring St. NW. Benton, Mrs. Gertrude Bowen, Mr. Jimmy Wayne Britt, Mr. McKinley Brown, Lt. Col. William , Emmett Bryan, Miss Alma M. Campbell, Mr. M. 0. Chaffee, Mrs. Bessie Hazel Chapman, Mr. Robert E. Coggins, Mrs. Wesley (Iola Bennett) Cook, Mr. Louis Cooper, Maj. F. P., Jr. U.S.A.F. (Ret.) Cox, Mr. Joe Davis, Mrs. Jessie L. (Erma), Senior. Durden, Mr. James Echols, Mr. Homer Lee Freeman, Mrs. Ada Harper, Mrs. J. E. (Lessie) Haygood, Mrs. John W. (Vessie Moody) Huey, Mr. Carl Cates Jeffares, Mr. George Daniel Kimbrough, Mr. John H. Lant, Mr. Larry Lawrence, Mrs. Georgia B. Lawrence, Mr. Reuben Dennis Lichtman, Mr. Charles Karl Maddox, Mr. William E. McCall, Mr. C. Clifford McCoy, Mrs. A. J. Sr. McDearmid, Mr. L. L. McNeill, Glenn Milton Mullis, Mr. John F. Sr. Parrott, Miss Meredith Johna Polston, Mr. D. Lamar Ross, Mr. Wiley Irwin Schultz, Mr. Frederick L. Scott, Mr. Roy F. Shields, Mr. John R. (Bob) Sibley, Mrs. Rosa Kate Smith, Mr. Linton Smith, Mr. Robert Hall, Sr. Smith, Mr. Robert N. Smith, Mr. Ruben Smith, Miss Susan Elaine Smith, Mr. William Franklin Sorenson, Mrs. Ruth Stewart, Mrs. Carolyn N. Stovall, Mr. Albert B. Talton, Mr. Cecil D. Sr. Tiller, Mrs. Dorothy Turnipseed, Mr. George Hendrix Wagoner, Mrs. Patricia Williams Walker, Mrs. Janie Wallace, Mr. Ralph F. Waters, Mr. Autley Sr. Weaver, Mr. Willis Eugene Young, Mrs. Beatrice Patterson J4auaalfrooltS Williamson, Rev. Robert A. White Jr. officiating. Interment, Arlington. As pallbearers: Mr. Ben Askew, Mr. Ralph Campbell, Mr. Lonnie Murray, Mr. Conrad Faust, Mr. Henry Malsberger, Mr. Edward Merritt, Mr. Robert Beverly, Mr. John Collier. As Escort: Members Board Deacons. In Lieu of flowers contributions may be made to American Cancer Society. H. M. Patterson & Son, Spring Hill. COGGINS Mrs. Welsey (Iola Bennett), of 649 Leather St., Buford passed away April 24, She is survived by 1 daugh LAWRENCE - Mr. Reuben Dennis Lawrence Jr., Jackson, Ga., died Saturday morning. Survived by wife, Mrs. Celeste Faust Lawrence; daughters, Miss Carole Lawrence, Miss Cathy Lawrence; son, Mr. Larry Lawrence, Jackson; mother, Mrs. R. D. Lawrence Sr., Eatonton, Ga.; sisters, Mrs. Ralph Torvler, SIBLEY Funeral services for Mrs. Rosa Kate Sibley of 3754 Adkins Rd., NW, will be held Monday, April 26, 1971, at 2:00 p.m., at St. Mark A.M.E. church. Rev. Preston Williams officiating. Interment, Lincoln cemetry. The remains will lie in state at the church from 12:00 noon, until the hour of services. She is survived by Mr. Goldsmith Sibley, husband, Mrs. Beatrice Reid and Mrs. Thelma Jones, daughters, Messrs Roland and Charles Barnes, sons, twelve grandchildren, Mrs. D o 1 1 i e Dumas, mother, Mrs. Leola Holmes, sister, Messrs Jesse and Williams Dumas, brothers all of Chicago, 111. and a host WATERS Mr. Autley Wa COX Mr. Joe Cox, son of Mr. James B. Cox Sr. of 557 English Ave., NW passed April 24, 1971. Funeral announced later. Haugabrooks Funeral Home. FREEMAN Mrs. Ada Freeman of 156 North Woodland Ave., Michigan City, Indiana passed April 24, 1971 and funeral services will be held Tuesday April 27, 1971 at 11 a.m. at Coleman J. Williams Funeral Home, 602 Ridgeland Ave., she is the wife of the late Rev. W. B. Freeman, sister of Mrs. Denie M. Bell, Mrs. Pearline Leonard, Mr. James Freeman, Mr. and Mrs. Columbus Hudson, and sister of the late, Mrs. Dennie Mae Robinson, aunt of Mrs. Evelyn Stone, Mr. and Mrs. Mercle Robinson, The George Family. Send all messages to 156 North Woodland Ave., Michigan City, Indiana. Haugabrooks Funeral Home. LAWRENCE - Mrs. Georgia B. Lawrence of 43 Wilmer St., NE, mother of Mrs. Edna Ruth Roach passed April 23, 1971. Funeral announced later. Haugabrooks Funeral Home. ol other relatives. Sellers Bros. SMITH-Mr. Linton Smith of 146 Gibson St. S.E. The Father of Mrs. Sallie Mae Williams of Scottdale Ga. Brother of Mr. John Smith, passed away at a local hospital April 24, 1971 funeral announced later. Cos Bros. SMITH Mr. Ruben Smith of 504 Highland Ave. N.E. Apt. No. 5. The brother of Robert Smith of New York City passed at the residence April 24, 1971. Funeral announced later. Hanley's Bell St. Funeral Home. SORENSON Mrs. Ruth So- In New York A fugitive sought by Atlanta police since September was arrested in New York City, returned to the Fulton County JaiL ; A warrant was out for Nathaniel Strickland, 25, since he as indicted Sept. 22 by the Fulton County Grand Jury in connection with the fatal shooting of George Henderson, 39, at a Gordon Road apartment two days before. Strickland is charged with shooting the victim as he slept in a bedroom of the apartment at 3804 Gordon Road and with shooting a woman who was in the room with the victim at :the time, then fleeing in an ;auto. Two Italians Killed By Shying Horse GIULIANOVA, Italy (UPI) A shying horse crashed into a pole and sent its sulky smashing into a crowd during a trotting race on Giulianova's main street. A 69-year-old man and a 70-year-old woman were killed and seven persons, including the driver, were injured. The "race was part of celebrations of a religious holiday. CARD OF THANKS The familv of the late Mr. George Lvons Sr. wishes to express thanks to their friends and neighbors lor their kind words and deeds during his illness and death, tke many cards of condolence, telegrams and beautiful flowers. Special thanks to Rev. J. H. Murphy and Rev. A. Richard Smith, Sellers Bros. Funeral Home for their efficient services rendered. Lyons and Henderson families. . CARD OF THANKS The family of the late Mrs. Minnie Lee Core wishes to thank their many friends for kindness and other expressions of sympathy shown during their bereave- Sient, and especially Houston Funeral ome for their kind and efficient service. ters Sr., of 461 Hiwassee Drive, SW, passed April 24, 1971. Funeral announced later. Alfonso Dawson Mortuary, 3000 Gordon Rd., SW. WEAVER The friends and relatives of Mr. and Mrs. Willis Eugene Weaver, 6440 Boca Raton Court, Forest Park; Master Wisdom Lynn Weaver; Mrs. Sue Bell, Mrs. Jennie Seward, Mrs. Pauline Crosby, nieces and nephews, are invited to attend the graveside services of Mr. Willis Eugene Weaver, Sunday, April 25, 1971, at 2 p.m., at the Ellaville City Cemetery, Ellaville, Ga. Rev. Freeman Remus officiating. Pope Dickson & Son, Phillips Drive Chapel, 363-1484. YOUNG The friends and relatives of Mrs. Beatrice Patterson Young, Lithonia Mr. and Mrs. J. F. Jones, Mrs. .J L. Plunkett, all of Atlanta; nieces and nephews, are invited to attend the funeral of Mrs. Beatrice Patterson Young, Monday, April 26, 1971, at 2 p.m., from the Belmont Methodist Church, with remains placed in state at 1:30 p.m. Rev. Charles .W Greene officiating. Pallbearers will assemble at the church at 1:45 p.m. Interment Macedonia churchyard, Panola Rd. Horis A. Ward, Inc. SMITH Mr. Robert N., of Milledgeville formerly of Atlanta and Birmingham died April 24, 1971. Surviving are his sisters, Mrs. J. H. Cates, Mrs. W. W. McDonald, Bir-m in gharri, Miss Eleanor Smith, Mobile, Mrs. B. F. Caldwell, Atlanta, brothers, Mr. Harry P. Smith, Cullman Ala., Mr. William T. Smith, Birmingham, Mr. Murphy D. Smith, Philadelphia, Mr. A. Lester Smith, Chattanooga. The remains will be taken to Birmingham Monday for Funeral and Interment. There-mains will ie in state at Spring Hill 1 o'clock until 10 o'clock Sunday night. SMITH Miss Susan Elaine, 4310 Hidden Valley Drive, College Park, died April 24, 1971. Surviving are parents, Mr. and Mrs. Richard D. Smjth Sr.; sister, Mrs. Linda Phillips; brother, Mr. Richard p. Smith Jr., Mr. Stephen C. Smith, Mr. Russell Craig Smith, College Park; maternal grandmother, Mrs. W.H. Smith; paternal grandmother, Mrs. C. L. Clarke. Funeral services will be held Monday, April 26, at 2 o'clock at Cascade Hill. Minister Steve Ke-pley officiating. Entombment Westview Abbey. H. M. Patterson & Son, 3610 Cascade Rd. SW. TURNIPSEED The friends p s CASCAnF Hill i Oglethorpe Hill Spring Hill Monroe; Mrs. Robert Wm-slette, Eatonton; Mrs. Melvin Harrell, Eatonton. Funeral services will be announced later by H a i s t e n Funeral Home, Jackson. LICHTMAN - Funeral services for Mr. Charles Karl Lichtman of Raleigh, N.C., will be held this Sunday morning, April 25, 1971, at 10 o'clock at the graveside in Greenwood Cemetery. Rabbi Dr. Harry H. Epstein, Cantor Isaac Goodfriend officiating. Green Lawn Funeral Directors, 1270 Spring St. NW. MADDOX - Mr. William E. Maddox of 430 Martin St., SE passed April 24, 1971. Funeral announced later. Sellers Bros. McCALL Funeral services for Mr. C. Clifford McCall will be held Sunday, April 25, 2 p.m. from Ward's Glenwood Chapel, Rev. Clyde Cothran officiating. Interment, Fair-view Memorial Gardens. Pallbearers will assemble at the chapel at 1:45. Horis A. Ward, Inc. McDEARMID Friends and relatives of Mr. and Mrs. L. L. McDearmid, Mr. and Mrs. Roger Dix, Mr. and Mrs. Raymond McDearmid, Griffin; Mr. and Mrs. Dan Mcintosh, Douglasville; Mr. and Mrs. Joe Cooper, Fitzgerald; Mr. and Mrs. R. D. McDearmid, Tennille; grandchildren, are invited to attend the funeral of Mr. L. L. DcDearmid, this Sunday afternoon, April 25, 1971, at 3 o'clock from the chapel of Pittman-Rawls Funeral Home. Rev. Clifford Chandler officiating. Interment Oak Hill Cemetery. Pittman-Rawls Funeral Home, Griffin. BENTON - Mrs. Gertrude Benton, age 61, of 32 North West St., Covington, Ga., passed Apr. 22, 1971. Funeral services will be held Sunday Apr. 25, 1971 at 2 p.m. from Lackeys Memorial Chapel. Rev. James Brown officiating. Interment, Covington Cemetery. Survivors are one son, Master Robert Clay Grime; one sister, Mrs. Mary Franklin; one brother, Mr. Richard Smith; one brother-in-law, Mr. Jim Smith; all of Covington: nieces, nephews and a host of other relatives and friends are invited to attend the services. Lackeys Morticians. BOWEN The friends and relatives of Mr. and Mrs. Jimmy Wayne Bowen, Miss Lena D. Bowen, Master Jimmy Wayne Bowen Jr., Mr. and Mrs. W. J. Bowen, Mr. and Mrs. M. E. Creomer, Miss Becky Bowen, Miss Kathy Bowen, Mr. and Mrs. R. J. Bowen, Mr. and Mrs. W. M. Bowen, all of Atlanta; Mr. and Mrs. M. R. Bradford, Forest Park; Mr. and Mrs. B. J. Bowen, LaGrange; nieces and nephews, are invited to attend the funeral of Mr. Jimmy Wayne Bowen, Monday, April 26, 1971, at 2 p.m., from Ward's G 1 e n w o o d Chapel. Rev. Johnson L. McVey officiating. Pallbearers will assemble at the residence at 1:15 p .m. Interment Resthaven Memorial Gardens. Remains are at the residence, 530 More-land Ave., NE. Horis A. Ward, Inc. ter, Mrs. Wendell Peevy, Buford; 2 sons, Mr. Leo Coggins, Mr. Ralph Coggins, both of Buford; 2 sisters, Mrs. John Black, Buford; Mrs. Henry Disharoon, Atlanta; 2 brothers, Mr. Odell Bennett Sr., Buford; Mr. Clifford Bennett, Decatur; 4 granlchildren, Mr. Ricky Coggins, Mr. Kenneth Coggins; Miss Deborah Peevy, Miss Donna Peevy, Buford. Funeral services will be held Sunday, April 25, at 3:30 from the chapel of Tapp Funeral Home. Rev. Ralph Howington, Rev. Jesse Hayes officiating. Interment Sugar Hill Church cemetery. The remains will lie in state in the chapel from 3 until the funeral hour. Tapp Funeral Home, Buford. COOK Funeral Services for Mr. Louis Cook, son of Mr. Thomas Cook of 1257 Grape Street, S.E. will be held Monday, April 26, 1971 at 2:30 p.m. at our Decatur Chapel. Reverend Macon Quinn officiating. Interment Washington Memorial Gardens. Other relatives and friends are invited to attend. The family and friends are asked to assemble at the above address at 1:30 p.m. Tyler Funeral Home. DAVIS Mrs. Jessie L. (Erma) Davis Sr., Conyers, died April 23. Surviving are husband, daughters, Miss Sherrie Davis, Miss Benita Davis, Conyers; sons, Mr. Larry Daniel, Covington; Mr. Ricky Daniel, Porterdale; Pfc. Jessie L. Davis Jr., Vietnam; Mr. Lyndon Davis, Master Allen Davis, Conyers; parents, Mr. and Mrs. Robert Herring, Porterdale; sisters, Mrs. Margaret Cannon, Decatur; Mrs. Mildred Payne, Conyers; brothers, Mr. Jimmy Herring, Covington; Mr. Bobby Herring, Alaska; 3 grandchildren. Funeral services will be held today at 2:30 at the Church of Our Lord Jesus Christ, with remains placed in state at 2 o'clock. Rev. J. T. Payne, Rev. Grady Eberhardt, Rev. Jerry Patter-so n officiating. Interment Lawnwood Memorial Park. Caldwell & Cowan, Covington. DURDEN Mr. James Durden the husband of Mrs. Dor-tha Mae Durden of 175 First St., SW passed April 24, 1971. Funeral announced later. Sellers Bros. HARPER Mrs. J. E. (Les-sie) Harper, of East Point and Miami, Fla., passed away Saturday in Miami. Survived by daughters, Mrs. W. W. Harwell, Mrs. R. O. Lynch, Mrs. Charles Canada; sons, Mr. James D. Harper, Mr. Thomas Frank Harper; daughter-in-law, Mrs. Lester E. Harper; 12 grandchildren, 15 great grandchildren, 1, great great grandchild. Funeral services Tuesday, April 27, at 2 o'clock (DST), at the Herschel McDaniel Chapel. Rev. Thomas E. Fowler offi Howard L. Carmichael ( and Sons LEGAL NOTICE. ADVERTISEMENT FOR BIDS EDAPROJECT NO. 04-1-00605 SOUTH CAROLINA LtAKTME!Nl Uf renson, age 58, of Jacksonville, Fla., formerly of Detroit, Mich., sister of Mrs. Charles E. Clark, Smyrna, died Saturday. Funeral arrangements announced later, by Sanders Funeral Home, Smyrna, 435-4467. STEWART Funeral ser-vices for Mrs. Carolyn N. Stewart will be held Sunday, April 25, 1971, at 2 p.m. from the Belvedere Seventh Day Adventist Church, Decatur. Elder Perry Green will officiate. Interment, Harmony Hall Baptist Church Cemetery, near Talmo, Ga. The remains at Tom M. Wages Oak Lawn Chapel, Lawrenceville. STOVALL Mr. Albert B. of 5939 Buford Highway died April 24, 1971. Surviving are his wife; sons, Mr. Virgil C. Stovall, Decatur, Mr. Albert Lee Stovall, Alpharetta, Mr. Ronnie E. Stovall, Doraville, brothers, Mr. S. C. Stovall, Mableton, Mr. J. M. Stovall, Douglasville, Mr. P. S. Stovall, Atlanta, Mr. J. T. Stovall, Chattanooga, sisters, Mrs. N. M. Hembree, Mableton, Mrs. R. E. Sudduth, Mrs. R. J. Cheek, four grandchildren. Funeral services will be held Monday April 26 at 4 o'clock at Spring Hill. Rev. Frank W. Brown officiating. Interment Westview. Nephews as Pallbearers. and relatives of Mr. George Hendrix Turnipseed, Mr. and Mrs. Arthur F. Hale, East Point, Mr. and Mrs. Harry P. Templeman, Atlanta, Mr. and Mrs. L. A. Turnipseed, Hampton Ga., the grandchildren, nieces and nephews are -invited to attend interment services for Mr. George Hendrix Turnipseed Monday April 26, 1971 at 11 o'clock at Westview. Dr. Thomas A. Whiting, Chaplain John R. Esaias officiating. H. M. Patterson & Son Spring Hill. ?, PARKS, RECREATION AND TOURISM COLUMBIA, SOUTH CAROLINA t Separate sealed bids for Hickory Knob State Park, Clark Hill Recreation Complex, McCormick County, South Carolina, for South Carolina Department of Parks, Recreation and Tourism will be received by the Owner in their conference room at 3712 Middleburg Drive, MiddieburK Office Plaza, Columbia, South Carolina until 2:00 p.m. EST., Thursday, May 1, 1971, and then at said office publicly opened and read aloud. The Information for Bidders, Form of Bid. Form of Contract, Plans, Specifications, and Forms of Bid Bond, Performance and Payment Bond, and other contract documents may be examined at the following: Jones and Fellers. Architects and Engineer, 1300 Pickens Street, Columbia. South Carolina. Associated General Contractors Plan Room, 2419 Devine Street, Columbia. South Carolina. Associated CHAPMAN - Mr. Robert E. Chapman, 4357 Lafayette Lane, College Park, died April 24, 1971. Surviving are his wife, daughter, Mrs. Rodney Rich, , New London, Conn.; mother, Mrs. C. R. Chapman, East Point, brother, Mr. C. R. Chapman Jr., Rabun Gap, Ga.; sisters, Mrs. Jack P. Story. East Point; Mrs. Ernest Shepard, Jacksonville, Fla.; Miss Jane Chapman, Madison Heights, Mich.; Miss Geraldine Chapman, East Point. Funeral arrangements announced later. H. M. Patterson & Son, Cascade Hill, 3610 Cascade Rd., SW. HAYGOOD - The friends and relatives of Mrs. John W. Hay-good, Atlanta, Mr. and Mrs. Glenn Johnson, Talking Rock, Ga., Mr. and Mrs. Robert D. Carpenter, Atlanta, Mr. and Mrs. Neal Patterson, Jasper, Ga., Mrs. Jessie Pruitt, Atlanta, Mr. and Mrs. Henry Moody, Forest Park, the great-grandchildren, nieces and nephews are invited to attend the funeral of Mrs. John W. (Vessie Moody) Haygood Monday, April 26, 1971 at 1 o'clock at Capitol View Baptist Church with the remains placed in state at 12 Noon. Dr. Charles L. Holland Jr., Rev. Richard Cook officiating. Interment, Westview. McCOY-Mrs. A. J. Sr., of 1697 Forest Ave East Point, the former Jettie Bunn of McDonough Ga., died April 24. 1971. Surviving are her son Mr. A. J. McCoy Jr., East Point, nieces, Miss Marion Shield, Mrs. H. R. Shields, great niece and nephew, Miami. Funeral services will be held Monday April 26 at 3 o'clock at Spring Hill. Rev. Ray Dunahoo, Rev. Carl Standard officiating. Interment Westview. ROSS The friends and relatives of Mr. and Mrs. Wiley Irwin Ross, 1716 Linwood Ave., East Point; Rev. and Mrs. Charles Nathan Burgess, Graham, N.C.; Mr. and Mrs. Everett J. Ross, Atlanta; Mr. and Mrs. Edward D. Ross, Knoxville, Tenn.; Mr. and Mrs. G. Harrell Ross, Rome, Ga.; nieces and nephews are invited to attend the funeral of Mr. Wiley Irwin Ross Monday 4 p.m. chapel of Howard L. Carmichael & Sons. Rev. Robert McBath officiating. Interment, Westview. Burlington and Durham, N.C., papers, please copy. SMITH Funeral services for Mr. William Franklin Smith, Sunday, 3:30 p.m., chapel of Howard L. Carmichael & Sons. Rev. Frank Strickland officiating. Interment Holly Hill. BRITT Funeral services for Mr. McKinley Britt of Newnan, Ga., will be held today, Sunday, April 25, 1971 at 1 p.m. at the Greater Mt. Zion A.M.E. Church. Rev. N. McKeith officiating. Interment, Westview Cemetery. Rosco Jenkins Funeral Home. SanJif Springi Cliapt General Contractors, Calhoun Towers, Suite 2U, Greenville, South Carolina. F. W. DodKe Company, 1316 West Peachtree LANT Mr. Larry Lant, of 1427 Iroquois Path, died April 24, 1971. In lieu of flowers, contributions may be made to the American Heart Fund. Fu-n e r a 1 arrangements an-nounced later by Sandy Springs Chapel, 136 Mt. Vernon Hwy. f Street. N.W., Atlanta. Georgia, f . w. Dodge Company 15MVi Walton Way, Augusta, Georgia. F. W. Dodge Company, 2235 Devine Street, Columbia, South Carolina. F. W. Dodge Company, 501 E. North Street, Atlanta, Georgia. Atlanta Builders Exchange, 393 Techwood Drive, N.W., Atlanta, Georgia. Augusta Builders Exchange, 304 I4lh Street, Augusta, Georgia. Copies may be obtained at the office of Jones and Fellers, Architects and Engineers, 1300 Pickens Street, Columbia. South Carolina, upon payment of 1100.00 tor each set. Any unsuccessful bidder, anon returning: such set promptly and in enod condition, will be refunded his payment, and any Bon-bidder upon so returning such a set will be refunded S50.OO. ItHtMVU'WHtllAlHOHE f HARPER'S McNEILL Glenn Milton McNeill, the infant son of Mr. and Mrs. James McNeill, of 2081 South Aiken Drive, NE, died Saturday. Besides his parents he is survived by 2 brothers, Jeffrey Grant McNeill, and Allison Throop McNeill; grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Robert M. McNeill, Winston-Salem, N..C; Mr. and Mrs. Cosby .G Blackwood, Pfafftown, N..C Funeral services will be conducted Monday morning at 11 o'clock at the graveside in Floral Hills Memory Gardens. Rev. Max Milligan, Rev. Stephen Huntley will officiate. The family will receive friends from 7 until 9 p.m. Sunday at A.S. Turner & Sons. MULLIS The friends and relatives of Mr. John F. Mullis Sr., Norcross; Master John F. Mullis Jr., Mrs. Eva M. Mullis, Mr and Mrs. Glenn II. Marlowe, Mr. and Mrs. Wallace Mullis, Mr. and Mrs. C. E. Mullis, Mr. and Mrs. Bruce T. Mullis, Mr. and Mrs. H. Grady Mullis, nieces and nephews, are invited to attend the funeral of Mr. John F. Mullis Cantlnied la Nasi Celama BROWN - Lt Col. William Emmett Brown, U.S. Army (ret), age 83, of 3033 Belvedere Lane, Decatur, died Saturday. Surviving are wife, Mrs. Lillian Dameron Brown, Decatur; grandson, Mr. Stephen Dean Brown, St. Petersburg, Fla.; brother, Mr. Glenn S. Brown, Powder Springs; several nieces and nephews. Funeral services will be held at 11 o'clock Monday morning in the chapel of Albert M. Dobbins Funeral Home, Marietta. Rev. W. H. Ruff officiate ing. Interment Kennesaw Memorial Park Cemetery. Pallbearers will please meet at the funeral home at 10:45 a.m. Bids are to be submitted In proper lorm as aescriDea in me aeiauea speciti-entlnns. Thpv shall he firidrewied tn the South Carolina Department of Parks, xecreatinn ana 'tourism, Miaaienura Plaza. Middleburg Drive, Columbia, Soulti ri:-. Itlullu. U71ll4n. V . u Mmmm and marked "Proposal for Construction,'1 876-5766 ana mailed or otherwise delivered in time to reach the office not later than 2:00 p.m. EST, May 18, 1971. Each bidder to be entitled to consldera. tlon must be legally licensed under the TALTON Funeral service for Mr. Cecil D. Talton Sr. will be conducted Sunday afternoon at 2 o'clock at the chapel of A. S. Turner & Sons. Rev. Oran Collins Rev. B. J. Hardy officiating. Interment Mel-wood. A.S. Turner & Sons. TILLER Mrs. Dorothy Tiller of 547 Winton Terrace, N.E. Funeral services will be held Monday, April 26, 1971 at 1 p.m. from Mt. Sinai Baptist Church, Rev. P. F. Ransom, Jr. officiating. Interment, Lincoln Cemetery. She is survived by' Mr. Clarence Tiller, husband; Mr. Clarence Edward Tiller, Jr., son; Mrs. tsnUnmd In Next Colamn . Cowan IVlti'lfeif Co, FUNERAL DIRECTORS DOUGLASVILLE, GEORGIA COOPER-Maj. F. P., Jr. U.S.A.F. (Ret.), age 41, 4101 Cedar Ridge Rd., Powder Springs, died Apr. 23, 1971. Survived by wife, the former Sarah Cantrell; daughters, Debbie and Kay Cooper; son, Michael Cooper; mother, Mrs. F. P. Cooper Sr.; all of Powder Springs; sister, Mrs. Mary C. Thomas, Atlanta; brother, Dr. J. W. (Bill) Cooper, Marietta. Funeral services Sunday 3 p.m. White Columns Chapel, Continued In Next Column laws of tne state of south Carolina ana bids must comply with all conditions of the sneciflcalions and made on the form provided, and submitted In accordance kith the "Information for Bidders." The Owner reserves the right to waive any infocmalltiea or to reject any or all bids. Each bidder most deposit with his hid, security in the amount, form and subiect io the conditions of employment to be observed and minimum wage rates to be cald under the contract. . No bidder may withdraw his bid within it days alter the actual date of the opening' thereof. SOUTH CAROLINA DEPARTMENT OF PARKS. RECKKATION AND TOURISM. Bys BOB HICKMAN, DIRECTOR. SCOTT the friends and relatives of Mr. Roy F. Scott; Mr. and Mrs. Marlin Rozier, Atlanta; Mr. and Mrs. Paul Adams, Jonesboro; Dr. and Mrs. Paul H. Clawer Sr.; Mrs. Cenlinned In Next Colama BRYAN The friends and relatives of Miss Alma M. Bryan, Loganville; Mr. and Mrs. W. J. Bryan, Lilburn; Mr. J. D. Bryan, Tampa, Fla., and the nieces and nephews, Centlnoed la Ktxt Column ciating. Interment Bethany Methodist Church Cemetery. The remains will arrive Monday afternoon and the family will receive visitors Monday evening at Herschel McDaniel, Inc., Fairburn. AckewUdmn Carat - Ingrved Promptly, Simple Sent J. P. Stavani Engraving Cat B22.l7t 117 tohtrtl t

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