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2() THE ATLANTA CONSTITUTION, Friday, July 27, 1962 OBI TV ARIES alula loud onai TO THE loy, II, Dies In Hamilton Cuii Accident Michael Parker, 11, of Hamilton, died Thursday at Columbus as the result of an accidental gun wound. Funeral services will be at 3 p.m. Saturday at Friendship Baptist Church, Atlanta, the Rev. C. E. Maddox officiating. Burial will be in Hillcrest Cemetery. Survivors include his mother, Mrs. Jackie Lee Thomason, and stepfather, Johnnie Thomason, both of Hamilton; and father, William R. Parker, Atlanta. Authorities said the boy had been left alone for 20 minutes by his mother while she went to a service station at Hamilton. They said Michael apparently grew frightened and took out the gun for protection, discharging it accidentally. The mother found the boy lying wounded on a floor, with the pistol nearby. James Cawthon Funeral sorviocs for Chief Petty Officer James Virlyn Cawthon, 30, will be at 10 a.m. Friday at the Naval Chapel in Jacksonville, la. Burial will be in Jacksonville. Chief Cawthon was killed in the crash of a Navy plane near Brunswick Monday. He was graduated from Fulton Hish School in W48. He was employed by the American Hospital Association before entering the University of Georgia. Cawthon entered the Navy in 1951. Survivors include his wife, the former Bcrnice Falmcr; a daughter, Delores Cawthon; two sons, David and Stephen Cawthon, all of Jacksonville, and parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Cawthon, Atlanta. Arthur T. Harris Sr. Arthur T. Harris 80, of 2843 Monticello Place, Decatur, died Thursday in a local hospital. Mr. Harris, a Native of Gwinnett County, was a member of Decatur Heights Baptist Church. From approximately 1910 to 1931 he was chief clerk in the Georgia secretary of state's office and was later affiliated with several local laundries before his retirement alxHit 15 years ago. Funeral services will be at 2 p.m. Saturday at Trinity Chapel, the Rev. Earle Fuller officiating. Burial will be in Decatur Cemetery. Survivors include a son, Arthur T. Harris Atlanta; five daughters, Mrs. Louis J. Parr, Deer-field Beach, Mrs. Claude Gibson and Mrs. George Laller-stedt, both of Decatur; Mrs. J. T. Avera, Doraville; and Mrs. Gordon Collum, Texas; a brother, Ernest E. Harris, Lawrenceville; and two sisters, Miss Pearl Harris, Snellvillc, and Mrs. Mable Donaldson, Decatur. NEW DRIVE-IN THEATRE BLOUNT Construction Company 2690 Buford N.E. ME. 4-2421 DRIVE-IN SIGN AND WAGNER ATTRACTION SOUTHERN NEON DISPLAY 686 GREENWOOD N.E. TR. 3-5837 Mrs. Selma Bailey Mrs. Selma T. Bailey, 50, of 2025 Pcachtree Road, NE. died Thursday in a hospital here. Mrs. Bailey, the former Selma Mauldin of Stephens County, was employed by an Atlanta doctor. She had been active in work with the American Cancer Society, Funeral services will be at 10 a.m. Saturday in Trinity Chapel, the Rev. Ronnie Ballard officiating. Burial will be in Crest Lawn Cemetery. Survivors include a son, Jack Bailey, Pine Lake; two daughters, Mrs. George F. Booker and Mrs. W. E. Lowe, both Melbourne, parents, Mr. and Mrs. M. R. Mauldin, Marietta; seven brothers, Marshall, Frank and John Mauldin, all of Atlanta; Clarence Mauldin, Marietta; Carl Mauldin, Ben Hill; George Mauldin. Miami, and Robert Mauldin, Jacksonville, and one sister, Miss Dorothy Mauldin, Marietta. Jabez S. Davey Jabez S. Davey, 92, resident of an Atlanta nursing home, died Thursday at the home. A native of Detroit, Mr. Davey had lived in Atlanta about 12 years. He was a retired railroad engineer and was a member of the Church of the Incarnation. Funeral arrangements are incomplete. Survivors include a son, V. E. Davey, College Park; and two sisters. Miss Charlotte M. Davey and Miss Mytra E. Davey, both of St. Petersburg, Fla. Congratulations to m.itM.AMlllJLiL'!'g INDUSTRIAL STRUCTURAL i DRIVE-IN THEATRE FABRICATORS I Thunderbird Congratulations to Thunderbird Drive-In Theatre from' CLAYTON Plumbing and Heating Company 856 Lovejoy St. We ore proud lhaf You Chose Bollanryne! BALLANTYNE Instruments Electronics ATLANTA, GA. ORER 1712 Jackson Street Omaha, Nebraska INSTALLATIONS Clorkston, Go. HI. 3-7109! 3: INC. BY Congratulations rrrfwTrrrrt THUNDERBIRD HOOKS MX COMPLIMENTS DRIVE-IN THEATRE! 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