The Atlanta Constitution from Atlanta, Georgia on September 5, 1973 · 33
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Mr. Geilfuss, 70, of Orlando, Fla., died Monday. He was a member of the Mrs. Stud (lard Burial Set For Thursday Services for Mrs. Emily F. Moore Studdard, 81, of 1349 Grant St. SE will be at 2 p.m. Thursday at Dillon's chapel, burial in Westview Cemetery. Mrs. Studdard, widow of Cary L. Studdard, died Tuesday. She was a past grand chap-Iain of the Grand Chapter of the Order of the Eastern Star and a past matron of Lake-wood Chapter No. 162 of the Order of the Eastern Star. She also was a former Sunday school teacher at the Second Baptist Church of Atlanta (now the Second Ponce de Leon Baptist Church) and a member of the Forget-Me-Not Club. Survivors include a son, Jimmy L Studdard, and sister, Mrs. Annie Milam, both of Atlanta. George Strickland Services for George W. Strickland, 64, of 913 Underwood Ave. SE will be at 3 p.m. Wednesday at Ward's chapel, burial in Westview Cemetery. Mr. Strickland, who was retired, died Tuesday. Survivors include his son, Larry D. Strickland of Cham-blee; daughter, Mrs. John W. Truelove of Ellenwood, and sisters, Mrs. Robert Jones of Atlanta, Mrs. James Whidby of Decatur and Mrs. W. R. Berryman of Conley. Thomas F. Casteel Services for Thomas Fred Casteel, 79, of 1620 Piedmont Road, Marietta, will be at 11 a.m. Thursday at Carmel Baptist Church in Cherokee County, burial in the church cemetery. Mr. Casteel, a rer tired farmer, died Tuesday. Survivors include his daughters, Mrs. Myrtle Ledbetter of Smyrna and Mrs. Lucile Proctor and Mrs. Frances Woo-dard, both of Marietta, and sister, Mrs. Ada Black of Alto. Beans, Beans, Beans ZURICH, Ont. (AP) - Officials in this Canadian community of 700 said they sold more than 7,000 tickets to the town's annual bean festival. They said Vz tons of beans, 800 gallons of ketchup, 600 pounds of brown sugar, 100 pounds of salt, 800 pounds of bacon and one ton of ham were used to make three tons of cooked beans. Capitol City Club, the Commerce Club, the Atlanta Athletic Club and the Chicago Bakers Club and was a former member of the board of governors of the Atlanta Bakers Association. Survivors include two sisters, Mrs. Milton Candler of Atlanta and Mrs. H. A. Bar-geon of Orlando. John II. Williams Services for John H. Williams, 72, of 1991 Conrad Ave. SE will be at 11 a.m. Thursday at Carmichael's chapel, burial in Westview Cemetery. Mr. Williams, a retired grocer, died Tuesday. Survivors include daughters, Mrs. J. B. Morgan of Atlanta and Mrs. Raymond R. Bell of East Point; sons, Hollis H. Williams and Hulon T. Williams; sisters, Mrs. Rose Brownlee and Mrs. Laid Blair, and brothers, Winfred Williams, Eligh Williams and Hubert Williams. Elder J. R. Woods Services for Elder Joseph R. Woods, pastor of the Howell Station Church of God and Christ Holiness, will be at 12:30 p.m. Thursday at his church, burial in Monte Vista Biblical Gardens. Elder Woods, 70, of 761 Carter St NW died Saturday. He was retired from the Central of Georgia Railroad. Survivors include his widow, Mrs. Addie N. Woods, and brother, Julius Woods of Atlanta. Mrs. Moena Dobbs WEST PALM BEACH, Fla. Services for Mrs. Moena Coffey Dobbs, 97, formerly of Atlanta, Ga., will be at 2 p.m. Thursday at the First Baptist Church here. Mrs. Dobbs, widow of R. H. Dobbs Sr., died Tuesday. Survivors include her daughters, Mrs. Corrine Sims and Mrs. Viola Hull, both of West Palm Beach, and stepson, It Howard Dobbs Jr. of Atlanta. Miss Thurston Services for Miss Nina Lee Thurston, 76, of 635 North Highland Ave. NE will be at 2 p.m. Wednesday in Oak Ridge Cemetery in Madison, Fla. Miss Thurston died Sunday. Surviving is a sister, Mrs. Irene T. Flynn of Atlanta. Mrs. Ludie Parris Services for Mrs. Ludie Benson Parris, 89, of Savannah, Term., formerly of Marietta, will be at 2 p.m. Wednesday in Kennesaw Memorial Park Cemetery in Marietta. Mrs. Parris, widow of W. D. Parris, died Monday. Survivors include her daughter, Mrs. Byron Padgett of Marietta; sons, Robert Parris, William Parris and Harold Parris, all of Savannah, and brothers, Albert Benson and Hugh Benson, both of Marietta. Crime Report The following serious crimes were reported by Atlanta police during the 24-hour period that ended at noon Tuesday. Serious crimes include assaults requiring medical treatment; robberies involving personal injury, the use of a weapon or more than $100 taken; auto thefts, and the theft of property valued at more than $100 or belonging to a public facility. A8NAULTED Clarissa Choates. 28. of 113 Confederate Court, Apt. B, was treated at Grady Hospital for cut on her forehead alter a man kicked her. Eugene Hawkins, 21, of 288 Wynn-wood Drive SW was treated at Grady Hospital for a gunshot wound in his right cheek. Henry James Thomas, 32, of 2063 Rector Drive SW was charged with aggravated assault and discharging firearm in the city. Louise Ingram of 71 Boulevard NE was treated at Grady Hospital after a man shot her in the right side with pistol. Robert Edwin Mullinax, 17. of 271 Milledge Ave. SW was treated at Grady Hospital after a male juvenile threw a soft drink bottle and hit aim in the face. Cleveland H. Lyons, 24, of 203 Lmk-wood Road NW was treated at Grady Hospital for knife wounds in his chest and head. Abron Chlshobn, 43, of the Atlanta Guidance Center at Pryor Street and Mitchell was treated at Grady Hospital for cuts to his face and head. ROBBERIES Church's Fried Chicken at 462 Mark-ham St. SW was robbed of about I2t cash by a man with a pistol. The ScovUle Hotel at 225 Mitchell St. was robbed of $70 cash by a man with a pistol. Marvin Vinson, 34, of 1332 Lucille Ave. NW was robbed of 1185 cash by two men who overpowered him In troat of 12 Atlanta Ave., SW. STOLEN AUTOS Clifton Hale Williams, 2909 Campbell-Ion Road SW, Apt. 18-E: 1967 Volkswagen, BAS 863. from 1450 Donnelly Ave. SW Nellie i. Lucas. 2047 Lilac Lane. Decatur: 1967 Chevrolet Impala, LGL 652, from 696 Fox St. NW. David Wayne Hall. 3959 Chemawa Drive, Stone Mountain: 1970 Oldsmobile Cutlass, GCK 190. from 265 Peachtrea 9t NE 'Robert Boyd OunpoeU, 225J Virginia Place NE, Apt. F: 1972 American Motors utility vehicle, TH 8910, from 196 Montgomery Ferry Drive NE. L&H Trading Corp., 1303 Bernadctte Lane: 1969 Mercedes Benz 280SL, EGC 556, from 4300 Roswell Road NE. William E. Chapman, 1875 Langstoa Ave. SW: 1971 Ford truck, RC 937. J. Scott lental Inc., Jeff . Davis Drive, Favetteville: 1969 Ford F100 inckup, TK 4228, from 39 Lethea Drive Willie Joyce Whittle. 1273 Roberta Drive, Apt. B: 1966 Ford Mustang, BBJ 524 Harold Arstlne Smalley, 575 .Federal Ter. SE: 1957 Chevrolet Bel Air, EOF 277 Laura Thomson, 1131 Virginia Ava.i 1965 Chevrolet Malibn, BCL 476. Katherlne Ann Payne, 1207 Greenwood Trail, Cleveland. Tenn.: 1966 Chevrolet Caprice, 17-AE86 (Tennessee,) from 351 Eiahlh St. NE. Burley II. Goolsbv, 159 Savannah St. SE: 1963' Ford Fairlane. BEJ 107. Adair M. Ambus, 665 I.awttm Ave.: 1962 Chevrolet Chfyy II, EGR 471. W. L. Pettus Construction Co., 381 Rlverwood Road. Mableton: 196 8 Chevrolet 'Won truck trom 939 North cS-arPjaCDinkler, 12 Harmony Rond, lilburn: 1971 Ford ul-kup, TI 8116. from 2158 OMiara St. SE. Mel'-nt Coleman, 1181 Simpson Road. Apt. 38: 1972 Chrysler, RRT 733, from a lot at 914 Bolton Road. KTOI.EV Skill saw valued at 140 from Goldsmith Klementary School at 1702 Marietta St. NW. Two male Juveniles were arrested. Air conditioner valued at S175 from East Side Baptist Church at 230 Stovall St.SE. Gas heater valued at tl 39.50 belonging to Grace Hewtn of 55 Copeland Road NE. Apt. F-9. from 1534 Melrose .Clothes valued at $400 from The Variety Shop at 469 Fiat Shoals Ave. SE. Currency, sewing machine, music equipment valued at (5,000 from Charles Standley's residence at 16 Kar-land Drive NW. Currency, TV valued at $190 from Johnie DeAnna Lane's residence at 2022 Bolton Drive NW, Apt. 5. Watch, stereo, clock-radio, two cassettes, camera valued at $200 from Mary L. Peeler's apartment at 42 13th St.. Apt. 11. Stereo, 15 tapes valued at $206 from Deena Leventnal's residence at $11 Lindbergh Drive NE. Apt. 317. Color TV valued at $700 from Walter R Loelliker's residence at 3353 Knoll-wood Drive NW. , Bicycle valued at $115 from the side of Oscar Balencia's residence at 792 Ar-gonneAve. NE.' Stereo, TV valued at $800 from Ray Graves' residence at 1084 St. Louis Place NE. . Tape player, 41 tapes valued at $410 from .Linda Ann Frazier's apartment at $11 Lindbergh Drive NE, Apt. 314. Cash totaling WOO to $400 from Booker TV-Stereo Rental k Service Inc. at 2308 Cascade Road SW. TV valued at $179 from Clarence Grant's residence at 917 Hubbard St oW. Home entertainment equlpmeit valued at $600 from Beverly J. Weiss' apartment at 1585 Anstey Court NE. Apt. 1. Home entertainment equipment, clothes valued at $3,000 from Charlamus Dennis' apartment at 2905 Springdale Road SW, Apt 3. TV, two stereos valued at $840 from WllUam Emory George's residence at 664 Pasley Ave. SE. Clothes valued at $150 from Albert Gordon's apartment at 1545 Simpson Road. Apt. 50. Cash and checks for $550 from Givens Citgo Service at IMS Jonesboro Road SE. Calculators valued at $600 from Diesel Equipment Parts Co. at 984 White Two stereos valued at $200 from Wesley Williams' residence at 1723 Pryor Circle SW. Apt. 1. Currency, TV, clothes valued at $750 from James A. Welch's residence at 237 Doane St. SW, Apt. 4. Office equipment, tires, fools valued at $900 from Firestone Tire It Rubber Co. at 533 Western Ave. NW. Taxi meters valued at 500 from Croft Taxi Meter Sales at 250 Forsyth St SW Electric tools valued at $28(1 from the A. R. Winter Co. at 740 Marietta St. SW. Two too! boxes, air gun valued at $474 irotn Bankhead Enterprises at 1600 Ellsworth Industrial Bld. itoto-'jowel valued at $782.74 beloii"-ing to A. K. Winter Construction of I4'i0 Dr-Kalb Ave NE from a contraction site at 3190 Norttunde Drive. Typewriter valued at $556 from CBS TV National Sales at 1100 Spring St. NV7, Room 340. Pistol valued at $110 from Joel Benjamin Delaney's residence at 216 Dollar Mill Road SW. Mirlcr mixer valued st $633 from W. C. Cayc li Co. at 787 Windsor St. SW. lTra A Tl Ifimna THE ATLANTA CONSTITUTION AS M-r s M V. 7 Services for Mrs. Clarice Lewis James, 46, of 1401 North Hairston Road, Stone Mountain, will be at 3:30 p.m. Wednesday at Turner's chapel, burial in Melwood Cemetery. Mrs. James, widow of Alfred D. James, died Monday. She was a physician's assistant. Survivors include her brothers, Carlton Lewis of Union Point and Morris Lewis of High Point, N.C., and sisters, Mrs. Leamon Stewart and Mrs. Kelsey Barnhart, both of Union Point, Mrs. Davis Pittard of Stone Mountain, Mrs. Sterling English of Greensboro, Mrs. Joe Wray of High Point and Mrs. W. R. Grogan of Charlotte, N.C. ', VU Sepu S, 1973 3. LODGE NOTICES regular assembly of louncu no. u held beptember t iwi resell-assed Ulustn- t. W.H. BURKS. I.M. HUBERT Jr., Recorder i jason Burr I 1 R-S.M. will be t Yf at I Si p.m. a L J tree St., N.W, p nun masters nlffh J. B. A Iteffntflr f Fulton Li rvir'v,nui 'We y VJT T Temple, AXJaA N.W. at communication of Lodge No. 216. F.iiA.M. a.) evening, Masonic 1690 Peachtree Road. 7:30 o'clock. This will be a business meeting. Uuall- fleo Masons cormaiiy inviiea. MAUKH.E hKUltMYW, W.M. MENDLE BOORSTIN. Sect'y. LEGAL NOTICES TwvrrTinN rriH mns The FayetteviUe Metropolitan Housing Authority, Fayettevtlle, North Carolina, will receive sealed bids for replacement ot water mains, water services, gas mains and gas services in Projects NC 9-1. 2. 3. and 4. until 3:00 P.M.. Eastern Standard Time, September 26, 1973 at 57 urove view i-errace, r ayettevuie, riortn Carolina (or by mail addressed to Post Office Box 710, Favetteville, North Carolina 28302) at which time all bids will be opened and publicly read aloud. Proposed forms of bid documents. Including specifications, are on file at the office of the FayetteviUe Metropolitan Housing Authority, 57 Grove View Terrace, FayetteviUe, North Carolina and the office of Averette and Klne Engineering Co., P. A., 5428 Yadkin Road. Favette-, vllle, North Carolina. Copies are available to prospective bidders on reauest. A certified check or bank draft, pay able to the FayetteviUe Metropolitan Ilou.lnff AuthnHtv. Favetteville. Nnnh Carolina, U.S. Government Bonds, or a satisfactory bid bond executed by the bidder or acceptable securities in an amount equal to live per cent 5 per cent) of the bid shall be submitted with each bid. A bidder may at his option (1) make a bid only for replacement of water mains and water services: (2) make a bid only lor replacement ot gas mams ana gi services: or (3) make separate bids i replacement of water mains and water services ana tor replacement of gas mains and gas services. If option (3) is selected by the bidder, the FayetteviUe Metropolitan Housing Authority reserves the right to reject a bidder's bid for -e-placement of water mains and water services and accept his bid for gas mains and gas services and vice versa. The Favetteville Metropolitan Housing Authority reserves the right to reject anv or all bids, to waive any informalities in the bidding, and to accept those bids aeemea in tne best interests of the Housing Authority. No bids shall be withdrawn for a period of thirty (30) days subsequent to the opening of bias without tne consent of the FayetteviUe Metropolitan Housing Author ity. FAYETTEVILLE METROPOLITAN HOUSING AUTHORITY Robert H. Ward, Executive Director INVITATION TO BID Sealed proposals from general contractors will be received by the Georgia Education Authority (University), Owner, in Room 212. Trinity-Washington Building. 270 Washington Street, S. W Atlanta. Georgia, until 3:00 P.M., at the time leiially prevailing in Atlanta, Georgia, on October 2. 1973. for the construction of an ANNEX TO MOORE HAI.1.. PRO.IKTT NO. M-9 REVISED, FORT VALLEY statu cuixtJUE, located in Fort Valley, Georgia. At the time and Place noted aDove loe oroDosais win ne ntinneiv opened and read. . mooing documents may be obtained at the nf fir of the architects W. P THOMPSON. JR., ARCHITECT, INC., 589 ruit&ftl AVENUE, r O. BOX 4745, MACON. GEORGIA. 31?Dg. Annllrallnn. for documents together with rienrunl nt $50.00 per set should be filed promptly with the architects. Bidding material will do lorwaroea, snipping cnarges collect, as soon as Dossible. The full nmnun! t4 deposit for one set will be refunded to eacn general contractor who submits a bona fide bid upon return of such set tn good condition within 30 days after date oi opening oi mas. All otner deposit- win be refunded with deductions aDnrrrximm- lng cost of reproduction of documents upon return of same In good condition within 30 days after date of opening of bids. . Contract, If awarded, win be on a lump sum basis. No bid may be with drawn for a period of 35 days after time has heen called nn (h rialA nS nmmUa Bids must be accompanied by a bid bond in an amount not less than 5 pet. of the base bid. Both a performance bond and a Payment bond will be required tn an amount equal to 100 pet. of the contract price. The Owner reserves the right to reject any or all bids and to waive technicalities and Informalities. IrtMHGlA EDUCATION AUTHORITY , (UNIVERSITY) By: E. B. Davis, Vice Chairman BOARD OF EDUCATION ADVERTISEMENT FOR BIDS Atlanta. Georgia NOTICE TO CONTRACTORS: sealed nias will ne received m tne office of the Director of SuddIv Sen-ires of the Board of Education of the City of1 Atlanta, 210 Pryor Street, S.W., Suite 101, Atlanta. Georgia. 30303, op to 2:00 P.M., September li, 1973 for furnishing all labor and materials necessary for the Area V Office, according to plans and specifications. Drawings, specifications and bid forms may be obtained on deposit ot 125.00 from the office of the School Architect. Clifford A. Nahser., A. I. A.. Archi tect, 121 Memorial Drive, S.W., Atlanta, Georgia. 30303. on and After Aiipiiiit 31. 1973. uenosit of plans and specifications win be returned In full if the items are C turned in good condition five days after ids are opened. Bids must be accompanied by a Bid Bond made payable to the Board of Education of the City of Atlanta in an amount equal to S of the Bid price. The successful bidder is required to furnish a Performance Bond and a Payment Bond acceptable to the Board of Educat'on in an amount equal fo 100 of the contract price and executed by a Surety Company licensed o do business in the City of Atlanta. The Board of Education reserves the right to accept or reiect any or all bids and to waive technicalities. THE BOARD OF EDUCATION OF THE CITY Or ATLANTA JOSEPH M. CHESHIRE, Director of Supply Services Aunts 13. 1973 Aecount Number 10-720-0061, Purchase Orrler Number 2536 xBldder's attention Is specifically called to the ''Supplemental General Conditions" which na"e been msoe a part ot tne lien-era! Conditions of the A. I. A. Contract. AWE'lTTSEMENT FOR BIDS NOTICE TO CONTRACTORS: Sealed bids will be received In (ha office of the Director of Supolv Sen-ices of the Board of Education of the Cltv of Atlanta. 210 Pryor Street. S. W., Suite 101. Atlanta, Georgia 30303, tip to 2:00 P M., September 26, 1973 for furnishing all labor and materials necessary for I Ibraries, Group Tl. 1973, according to Plans and specifications. Drawings, specifications and bid forms may be obtained on deposit of $25.00 from the office of the School Architect. Oi'forrt A. Nahser. A.I.A., Architect. 121 Memorial Drive. S.W.. Atlanta. Ceorgla. 30303. on and after September 14. 1073. Deposit on plans and specifications win be returned In full if the items are returned In good condition five days after bids are opened. Bids must be accompanied by a Bid "ond made navab'" to h Rna-ri of Education of the City of Atlanta in an "mount eonal to 5 pet of the bid price. The successful bidder Is reoulred to furnished a Performance Bond and a Payment Bond acceptable to the Board of Education in an amount eaual to 100 pet of the contract price and executed hy a Surety Comoany licensed to do Nislness In the City of Atlanta. The Boird of Education reserves the right o accept or reiect any or all bids and tn waive technicalities. THE BOAR" OF EDUCATION OF THE CITY OF ATLANTA .Ionh M Cheshi-e, Director of Supply Services FUNERAL NOTICES FUNERAL NOTICES Adams ,Mrs. Eugene E. (Frances Edwards) Banks, Mrs. Marie Key Barnes, Mrs. Lucy Boling Baumgartner, Mr. Ralph J. Beck, Mrs. Florence Boring, Mrs. Grace L. Brown, Miss Margaret Burd, Mr. Fred E. Byrd, Mrs. Susie J. Cardeo, Mr. John William Castleman, Mr. James H. Clonts, Mrs. Eula Cooper (Mrs. Roland) Copeland, Mrs. W. A. Daugherty, Mr. Thomas Visiter Dodd, Mr. Calvin M Dorough, Mr. Robert E. (Red) Duffey, Mrs. Marglo Duffie, Mrs. Annie Bell Ellington, Mrs. Geneva (Lottie BeU) Ervin, Mrs. Emma L. Favors, Mrs. Odessa Fish, Mr. Lamar Geilfuss, Mr. Ogden A. Gernazian, Mr. Harry Leo Goodrum, Mr. Clifford Gresham, Mr. Morgan H. Griffin, Dr. Eugene L. Harris, Mr. Willie B. Harrison, Miss Emily Stewart Hatfield, Mrs. Ruby Lee Hawkins, Mr. Eugene Hlndsman, Mr. Henry Holt, Mrs. Frank (Anne S.) Hood, Mr. Sylvester Harming, Miss Betty Hood, Mr. John W. (Anne S.) James, Mrs. Clarice Johnson, Mrs. Earnestine Loyd, Mr. J. W. McClain, Mr. John Henry McKinney, Mrs. Bernice (Sandy) Mitchell, Mrs. Hattie Anna H. Mitchell, Mr. Luke G. Mitchell, Mrs. Sophia Morgan, Mrs. Mozellar Nesbitt, Mrs. LiUie Norwood, Mr. John Parker, Mr. Raynard E. Parker, Mr. Samuel M. Parris, Mrs. Ludie Benson (W. D.) Peppers, Lester Lee Jr. Pitts, Mr. Oscar Polk, Mr. Milton Poole, Mrs. Helen S. Prince, Mrs. Annie W. Putman, Mr. Jack M. Rosemond, Mr. Luther, Jr. Sledge, Mr. Donald Lee Smithson, Mrs. Nell L. Dorsey Stewart, Mr. Charlie Joe Strickland, Mr. George W. Studdard, Mrs. Cary L. (Emily F.) Truelove-Truelove, Mr. and Mrs. Ted (Ted and Fredda) Tuck, Miss Ammer S. Turner, Mrs. Rebecca Vaughn, Mrs. Barbara Dean Ward, Mr. John Inman Ward, Mrs. Mary F. Williams, Mr. John H. Willis, Mrs. Ann Lena Wilson, Mrs. Moodie C. Wilson, Mr. Willie C, Sr. Woods, Elder J. R. ADAMS The friends and relatives of Mr. and Mrs. Eugene E. Adams, Mr. and Mrs. David Eugene Adams, Mr. and Mrs. Hoyt L. McCart, Avondale Estates; Mr. and Mrs. Charles B. Edwards, Atlanta; Miss Kimberly Dawn Adams, and nieces; and nephews are invited to attend the funeral services of Mrs. Eugene E. (Frances Edwards) Adams Thursday afternoon at Continued In Next Column 3 o'clock at the chapel of A. S. Turner & Sons. Rev. Cullen Jones, and Rev. Charles Hoover will officiate. Interment Floral Hills Memory Gardens. A. S. Turner & Sons. BANKS Funeral services for Mrs. Marie Key Banks of 991 Mayson Turner Avenue, N.W., will be held Thursday, Sept. 6, 1973, at 2 p.m. at our McDaniel St. Chapel, Rev. J. E. Lowery, officiating. Inter-ment Southview Cemetery. Survivors are husband, Mr. Berry M. Banks, cousins, Mrs. Bessie Slaughter, Mrs. Jessie Ammons and family, Mr. and Mrs. Charles Avery and fami-ly, Mr. and Mrs. Wendell Avery and family, Mr. Tony Hill, other relatives and friends. The cortege will leave from the residence at 1:30 p.m. Sellers Bros. r BECK - Mrs. Florence Beck of 127 Short St., Griffin, passed Sept. 3, 1973. Funeral services will be held Thursday, Sept. 6, 1973 at 2 p.m. from Eighth St. Baptist Churchi Griffin, with Rev. M. M. Solomon officiating. ' Interment Resthaven Cemetery, Griffin. The remains will lie in stati at the church from 12 o'clock to hour of funeral. Friends may visit the family at United Funeral Home, Griffin, frorrS 7:30 until 8:30 p.m. tonight? Survivors include one daughter, Mrs. Dorothy Hanson; four sons, Mr. Willie D. Beck, jvix. naaie Lee Keck- Mr Mnf. thew Beck, Mr. Nathaniel Beck, all of Griffin; 13 grandchildren; four daughters-in law; other relatievs and friends. All friends and relatives are asked to assemble at United Funeral Home, Griffin not later than 1 o'clock Thursday afternoon. BORING - Mrs. Grace L Boring, age 71, of Norfolk, Va:; died Friday Aug. 31, 1973. Sur-, viving are husband, Mr. Roy S. Boring, Norfolk, Va.; 2 sons, Mr. William Boring, and Mr. Robert Boring, both of Norfolk, Va.; 2 sisters, Mrs. Garnett S. Carson, and Mrs. J. Reece King, both of Atlanta; 3 brothers, Mr. Edgar R. Payne, Chesterfield, Va.; Mr. Ralph B. Payne, Petersburg,', Va.; Mr. Charles A. Payne Atlanta; several grandchildren, great-grandchildren, nieces and nephews. Grave-' side services will be held Wednesday Sept. 5, 1973 at 2' p.m. from Kennesaw City, Cemetery, Rev. J. T. Holling-shed officiating. Collins Funeral Home, Acworth. ' LEGAL NOTICES marta Notice of Community Hearing On RELOCATION BENEFITS. The Metropolitan Atlanta Rapid Transit Authority hereby announces to owners and occupants of properties in the MARTA Hightower Station area listed below that a Community Hearing to explain relocation benefits will be held on Tuesday, September 11, 1973, at 7:30 pm. in the Auditorium of Fredrick Douglass Nigh School, 225 Hightower Road, N.W., Atlanta, Georgia. Owners and occupants of the following properties are urged to attend: 2477-2485-2489-25112531 Gordon Road, SW: 4 20-28-34 Stonehurst Place; 2482-2490-2496-25O0-2516-2526-254O-2546-2552 Burton Road, NW; 70-86 Hightower Road, NW. Announcements will be made at t later time concerning other properties to be acquired in the Hightower Station area. THIS IS NOT A NOTICE TO MOVE. Property occupants moving in advance of MARTA acquisition may jeopardize their eligibility for relocation benefits. For additional information, please contact the MARTA Real Estate Division, 522-4460, ext. 487, or writei MARTA Rii! Estate Division 100 Peachtree Street, NW, Suite 1309 Atlanta, Georgia 30303 Alan F. Kiepper General Manager Notice Is hereby given that The Atlanta Greyhound Terminal Employees Credit Unlnn is rlnsins ud its huslness And at. fairs and going into voluntary lioui lation in order to merge with S.G.L. Employes reaerai i;reau union oi jacKsonviue, ria. Leon C. Robinson. President ot Atlanta Greyhound Terminal Employees Credit Union of Atlanta, Ga. I have made application to the Aldermanic Board for a wholesale liquor, beer and wine license at 1700 Marietta Boulevard, N.W. dba Loris Distributing Company. Hearing to be held by the Police Committee Sept. 12, 1973 at 5:00 p.m., fourth floor, Police Headquarters, 175 Decatur St. S.E. James Loris Woolard, Owner, 100 per cent. 1 have made application to the Aldermanic Board for a beer consumed and wine package only license at 49 Bell St. N.E. dba Rich's Steak House. Hearing to be held by the Police Committee Sept. 12, 1973 at 5:00 p.m., fourth floor, Police Headquarters, 175 Marietta St., S.E. Richard Sampson BROWN Funeral services for Miss Margaret Brown will be held Thursday Sept. 6 at 2 o'clock from the Unity Grove Baptist Church, Locust Grove,-Ga. Rev. C. L. Walker offici-ating. Interment Antioch Cemetery. Survivors are par-, ents, Mr. and Mrs. Dee. Brown; children, Misses Pamela, Martha, and Brenda Brown, Master Terry Brown; four sisters, Mr. and Mrs.j Johnny Boney, Miss WiHi,e; Mae Brown, Mr. and Mrs. Willie Carr, Mrs. Brenda Ann Daniel, all of Atlanta; six" nieces; three aunts; three1 uncles a host of other rela"r tives and friends. The wake1 will be held Wednesday night from 8 to 10 in the chapel of Lemon's Funeral Home, McDonough. BYRD - Mrs. Susie J. Byrd, 57, Rt. 2, Dixie Ave., Smyrnav, died Tuesday evening. Funer-. al arrangements will be an-, nounced later by Winkenhofer-j McCurdy Funeral Home,. Smyrna, 432-0771. CARDEN - The friends and relatives of Mr. and Mrs.. John William Carden,'Mr.' Larry Easterwood, Mr. and. Mrs. Lewis Carden, Mr. Wey-j man Carden, Mr. and Mrs.' Tom Willis, Villa Rica; Mr.! and Mrs. George Carden, Lake Panasoffkee, Fla.; Mrs. W. D. Bartlett, LaGrange; 2 step-grandchildren, nieces, and nephews are invited to aU tend the funeral of Mr. John W. Carden, Wednesday, September 5, at 5 p.m. from First Baptist Church. Dr. J. B.. Marlow and Rev. Don Hazel, officiating. Interment Hill. Crest The remains will be placed in state at the church at 4 p.m. Jones & Son, Villa Rica. COPELAND - Mrs. W. A, Copeland Rte. 1, Laurens, S.C. died Tuesday. Survivors, two-daughters, Mrs. Dorothy C. Cooper, Laurens, S.C; and Mrs. Claudine C. Wrigley, Chamblee; three grandchildren, Mr. James L. Cooper III, Chamblee; Mr. William C. Cooper, Greenville, S.C.; and Miss Alice P. Wrigley, Florence, S.C; Graveside services 4 p.m. Wednesday, Laurens City Cemetery. Rev. Ellis Oakes officiating. Please omit flowers, those desiring make contributions to a favorite charity. The body is at Gray Funeral Home, Clinton, S.C. and the family at the home of Mrs. Dorothy C. Cooper. Yar-borough Mill Rd. Laurens, S.C. R. T. Patterson Funeral Home, Norcross. Continued on Paec'4-C

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