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Nashville Banner from Nashville, Tennessee • 34

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Nashville Banneri
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Pigs NASHVILLE BANNER Fri( ray Noy 6 1959 Treasury Statement Nashrille's Business Day: Washington-671-1e eash posit's et the Treasure oempared with oar teependina date year ago Nov a 1959 Nsv Nsv 1 1951 Fred Snlitli Dies Rites To Be Sunday 4UMMAIRSlia it I 10091166400559 111991M1041231411 284130 IA0234535 Ste6600061311 Commerce plans for Tennessse to participate in the Dec 7-9 first Southeast "exhibit of business opportunities" in Birmingham sponsored by the Govern ment and its prime cohtractors as one of four such events in the nation this year George Benedict Jr assistant commis sioner of Commerce for the department now in New York has said it was hoped defense con- tracts written at the exhibit for Tennessee manufacturers will be "way above our conservative es- timates" Biasses 0117578114S5611 Desosits year July I 244172Mt497824 WIthdrowals Meat year 't 11216881111760 Total debt tIll3490111271134 Gold assets litSSC04020r17: Includes $41330121234 debt not subject tit statutory Dow Jones Averages Local Securities The following bid and asked prices are obtained from members of the National Association or Itecuritisi Dealers Ins They are Intended for a guide to the approximate range within which those seturities could have been sold (Indicated by bid) er could have been bought (indicated be asked) at the Itime of omptlation I i 4 IITOCIES aid Asked Inds Rails Uti Is Previous Close 64757 15158 8697 Net Change 183 18 11 A 64839 15173 8675 6: Net Change 82 --15 12 Noon 64997 15229 8675 Net Change 240 71 Stock Averages Fred Smith 55 who had been in tbe construction business here about 30 years died at 6:30 am today at Vanderbilt Hospital following several months illness The body is at Bracey-Welsh Funeral Home where services will be held at 2:30 pm Sunday The Rev Sam Dodson Jr pastor of Calvary Methodist Church will officiate and burial will be in Wood lawn Memorial Park A native of Smith was a son of William Robertson Smith and Alice Smith He spent his early years in Springfield and was graduated from Springfield High School He attended the Chicago School of Technology and returned to Nashville to become associated with his father in the firm Smith Son general contractor He continued to operate it until Amer and 314 4 American Life I VAS American Investor 334 43 Capitol Life 212 312 Cherokee Ins: 22 Commonwealth Life of KY 21 23 Commerce Union 35 3734 Connecticut General 350 370 First American 2634 2B34 Gulf Life 2 3 11 2414 Interstate Lile II 12 Life Ins of Virginia 50 53 Liberty Life 155 180 Life and CasualtY '1234 2434 Life Companies 2134' 2334 Lincoln National 200 230 Mutual Savings Life I National Life 108 III National Old Line 20 Nationwide 321i 3i National Coro 20s 22 Ohio State Life 280 25 Southern Fire 3 5 Third National 370 30 Union Planters 53 55 CORPORATION STOCKS Mr Products 49 52 Arvita 1514 17 LUnrUCLAISIJet Mr Products 40 52 Arvita 151'4 17 '3114 4 is 42 334 43 214 Press) 15 841 1111t 95 2234 971 2244 987 2224 877 2024 1028 2338 034 2115 957 2143 720 1506 (Compiled by Associated 8) IS Indus Rails Previous day 1278 Week ago 3382 1313 Month aso 3314 1355 Year ago 2975 1296 1959 hict 3556 1476 1959 low 3061 1273 1959 hith -3120 3365 1951 low 2347 90 9 Bond Averages Ilemowmoomilmommeammondi liaiiwanookk 41111111111Kumit IL1044k 40t-zotheaWvolt Wirephoto Pee Wee Reese onetime Dodger shortstop' and Dizzy Dean flash big grins after Reese signed a contract to be Dean's partner on weekly television baseball broadcasts Reese signed a two-year contract for an estimated $30000 a year 'plus an option for two more years' "6 1 vsi (Co Moiled by Associated Press) I le Is Is is se 4' Rails Ind CUL Fin LY Previous day 781 918 824 841 88 0 Week ago 76 916 821 401 88 6 Mooth ago 68 918 814 849 884 Year ago 819 939 861 836 928 1959 high 82 8 948 eel 862 927 1955 low 763 908 808 840 878 1g5E high 852 979 932 8411 98 6 ik 1958 low 813 934 837 793 924 TREND OF STAPLE PRICES New York Noy 0-11Pi-The -Associated Press weighted wholesale price index of 15 commodities: Pre IOUS dm 170 37 Week SRO 17058 Month ago 16915 leer IRO 17013 193a 193A 1057 1958 High 17308 '17832 18417 15601 Low 168 01 16925 17379 i193 average equals 100i Alcoa 97 97 07 5714t Allied 'Chemical -11834 119 Ile 110 Allied Stores 56'4 157 56 S7 Amu Mr Linen 25 354 281 Am Broadcastini 32 32 31 31 Arlin Can 42 42 4134 4134 Am Metal 25 25 25 251g Arun had 15 18 1614 16114 1414 Anil) Smettini 50 5011 50 501re AMU 78 784 7814 7849 Tob 10334 19334 10314 10334 Anacanda 8214 63 6234 Atchison 2514 25 2534 21559 MI Coast Line 4914 4914 40 4914 Atlantic Relining 404 4034 4034 4044 Avco Corp 1314 13 1314 13 Bait Ohio 41 42 4134 42 Bendix AviatiOn 6914 69 69 69 Beth Steel 5534 55 5514 55114 Canadian Pic 28 28 25 WI Chrysler Motors 60 60 59 803g Coca Cola -16214 1821'4 16214 1821'4 Columbia Gas 20 2014 2034 2034 Corn Products 31 3114 31 31 Case Threshing 22 22 2134 2114 Consolidated Edt 591ta 594i 59311 ISO CC tt 3 049311 34903'4 4390 49304: Douglati Aircraft 38 38341 38 38 DuPont 261 259 291 Eastern Airlines 374 37 37 General Elec 81 81 81 81 General Motors 52 52 51 5I Genesco Inc 34 34 34 Goodyear 142 140 14014 Greyhound 2134 21 21 21 Homestake Mining 41 40a 4114 4114 Barvester 48 4914 48 olt Intl Paper Ili 13734 13534 13734 Intl 3714 38 37 37 i Johns Manville 48t4 49 4834 483 Kaiser Alum 47 4734 471'4 4714 Kennecott Copper 94 9434 94 94'4 Lockheed 27 271'4 21 rrie Lorillard 401i 4014 40 48 Loew's 33 337k 33 33 5 75 78 IS Martin Glenn 44 46 44 4814 Mont Ward 52 5214 52 82 Nat'l Cash Rev 661i Otitik 6134 0'1 North gri th Amer lAn I 9 2935 IL 6435 9403 08515:4: 29 1:44 443511455 Nat'l Di: 591 0: Dims' 5101 Si 5 :4 70 75011:24 tPRPPeuhe 5 1 6 Socony Mobil 404 4014 40 404 Southern Pacific -68'4 6814 881'4 68 Southern Fly 51 51 5114 5114 Standard Brands 354 3514 3514 354 of Indiana 4134 4214 41 42'11 8 of New 4714 47sa 47 4734 Texas Corpn 1101: 8014 8014 8034 Texas Gulf 1734 1734 17111 1714 Union Pacific 3034 38 3014 30 United-Aircraft 3814 36 363tUnion Carbide 138 13734 137 Rubber 8134 813'4 8114 21 Steel 98 9114 trio Ni BOViater Paper rg a ii 6 4121 9 TS Carrtone Labs 4 5 Carter Shoe 514 6 Collins Radio (b) 36 39 1 Chattanoga Gas 4'1 5 4 1Cher-o-kee Photo 4 434 Copeland Refrig 11 1812 Crouse Hinds CO 114 25 Ind 12 1314 Dobbs Houses 3 50 54 East Tenn Nat Oas 11 1214 Federal Compress 26 28 Federal Screw 15 16 General Box 21S 314 Genesco Did 70 Giant Portland Cement 251 3714 Griggs Equipment 414 5V4 Grolier Society i 31 33 Gray it Dudley 214 314 Gulf Interstate 1814 204 Hagan Corp 352 31112' Hall Scott 11 1214 Holiday Inn's 211i 2312 Lay CO 20 22 Intermountain Telephone 1514 1612 Jackson Minn 51i 614 31m Walter 332 3512 Keith Simmons 15 17 Kit -Tenn Clay 47 51 KoehrintL Corp 15 17 Kitson 44 5 Lytle Corp 1114 13 Lone-Star Steel 324 3414 Lone-Star Steel 324 343'4 I Livestock Idearn NASHVILLI UNION STOCKYARDS Federal-State Department et Agriculture (Based upon sales and market conditions reported up to tround 11 cm) November 6 1959 'CATTLE: 50 Salable supply too small tor a price test Generally complete clearance all classes CALVES: 25 Supply limited to tew Utility and low Standard vealera 22-24 about steady Good and choice grades abvent HOGS: 100 Moderately active steady to 25c lower than Thursday's slow close Few truck lots Ilk mixedNo1--2 and 200-230 barrows and stilts 1275- 13 load mostly No 2 grade around 210 lbs 1325 Few No 1 335395 lb sows 11 No 3 475 lbs 9 50 SHEEP: No arrivals Marine Drilling 1 I' 2 Marmon Herrington '114 134 Mississippi Shipping 14 IS miss Valley Oas 24' i 26 Moore flandlev 1034 114 Nashville Decatur 34 38 National Cemetery 134 214 National PooL pAnip 10 114 One-Hour Valet 1114 12ti Phillips As Buttorit 14 35' Quints Corp 1 14 Riley Stoker 45 47 Sabre Pinon Uranium 84 illii Spartan Industries 194 214 Sneer Carbon 2134 244 lOne-Hour Valet Phillips As Buttorff Quints Corn Riles Stoker Sabre Pinon Uranium Spartan Industries Speer Carbon 14 151 1 Pi" 45 47 1932 211'2 2134 2442 FRED SMITH 1954 when he established the firm of Fred Smith Co construction consultant He was Married in 1934 to the former Martha Bishop of Nashville She survives Mr Smith was a member of hodist-Ch rch-an d-t Quantity Surveyors Surveyors Institute a professional organization He lived at 832 Clayton Ave Surviving in addition to his widow are two sons Fred Smith Jr and John William Smith both of Nashville and two sisters Mrs Emmett Hunt of Nashville and Mrs John-Thomas of Springfield 1 CRICAGO GRAIN Chicago Not grain futures market was steady to weak with iwobeang leading the declinee at the opening the board of trade today Wheat was vs cent higher to lower December $2 00-1 tgls: corn unchanged to 14 lower December 81124: nate ons changed to zs lower December 76s goys beans 4 to a4 lower November 222214-22 Spur Oil Co Standard Fruit Steel Co of Wales Tekoil Senn Nat Gas Lines Texas Nat Gasoline mop Industriee Texas Eastern Gas Transcontinental Bus Trans Cont Gas Pipe Co Trans-Gulf OffAore Trinidad Petroleum Ult Transit common Un Transit preferred A Krueger Wells Gardner Wetern Ky Galt Wizard Boat 81'4 914 A 914 5 85 50 4142 514 1314 14 41 46 10 12 28 29 134' 21'2 '2311 412 20e 40c IP'a 11 732 81's 43 48 574 634 174 1914 18141 17 1 7 234 Vit v- IllurpIty Funeral Hiles tro BeTIlurstlav Eggs and liroduce Eggs Large Oracle Eggs Medium Grade A 24c Eggs Large Grads A 33-341 Broilers on farm Broilers delivered In ge Ltilht bons ge Cream reemiar 62c rrParli OrPMittrit Ire Heavy hens 3 lbs up 14-16c CHICAGO PRODUCE Chicago Nov 6 itIPti Live poultry: No tone 26000 lbs no USDA price quotations today Cheese: Single daisies 384-3914: longhorlot 3914-40: processed loaf 3614-371-2: swiss grede A 44-46 grade 42-44 grade 40-41 Butter: steady 317000 lbs 93 score 6312 92 score 63 90 score 6214 89 score 61 90 score 624: 89 score 6114 Egos: Steady 11600 cases White large ertras 3214: mixed large extras 32 mediums 24 standards 29: dirties 2214 checks 2L NEW and rookies employed by the Oakland team of the Pacific Coast League were ambling through their first exercises of the 1954 spring training season A fellow shagging flies pre- tendeI not to notice the stock little man in flannel )' Red Smiths rompers patrol ing the field Alm with short olumn e'r bouncy -strides set pausing for a word with the shortstop then bustling on to chat briefly with the second baseman At length the man came strutting up to the fellow in the outfield a hand oust retched "I'm Charley Dressen" he said "Known as the greatest sign-stealer in baseball" There was something dellehttliny characterNtie style of self-introduction Charley Dressen could have said 'I'm your new manager" but of course all the Oakland players were aware of that Charley had managed the Brooklyn Dodgers in 1952 and after they captured their second consecutive pennant Mrs Diessen had addressed to Walter O'Malley the president a prize-winning letter that earned a one-way trip to California for herself and husband Everybody in baseball knew in the spring of1954 but there was a possibility that Oakland might have some rookies unfamiliar with their manager's attainments in other directions so Charley was setting 'em straight Dandy Little Genius unfamiliar Iv Charley Dandy SERVICE CONVENIENCE SAFETY SOUTHERN FEDERAL SAVINCS LOANS photo hr RS7 Workmen drill into the packed cinder-laden earth of the old Nashville railroad yards to reach rock on which to pour footings into the rectangular openings as foundations for the columns which will uphold the $260000 new Baptist Book Store building about 22 feet above the tracks When completed thestructure will completely 105 by 123 foot space between the $5 million Operations Building of the Baptist Sunday School Board and the Broadway viaduct on which it will front at sidewalk level This part of the job is Apected to regtiire about a month The men are employes of Keenan Construction Co' gen eral contractor for the project White Bridge aid Harding Rd '1 CY 1-3519 11--- BUILDING ---111 DEMOLITION "Let Elmer Do It" 1 Una Building Materials LOCAL GRAIN Shelled corn uP Ic white and yellow 113 other grains unchanged Wheat 175 011t4 80 barley 85 rre 135 No i xOybeans 188 per bu No 2 collo 1 82 per cwt: white and yellow ear corn 525 Cream unchanged premium 57 regular 52c 115 -ELMER111C Mrs George Watkins Funeral services for Mrs George Watkins 80 who died unexpectedly Wednesday night at Madison Sanitarium were held this afternoon from Cole and carretrFuneral Home Goodlettsville The Rev Henry Atkins officilated turial was in Spring Hill Cemetery Mrs Watkins wax a lifelong resident of Goodlettsville and her late husband who died in 1954 was the first mail carrier at the Goodlettsville Post Office SIS Shoot AL 5-339 a Iso Fred Ath isson Funeral services for Mrs Anna Lou Murphy who died Thursday morning at her residence 300 Fairfax Ave will be held Saturday at 9 am with requiem high mass at the Cathedral of the Incarnation Father John McMurray will officiate Burial will be In Calva ry CeffietbIT--- Mrs Murphy was a graduate of St Cecilia Academy and was a member of the Ladies Aid So-! lety Cathedral of Incarnation Ladies Hermitage Association and Vanderbilt Aid Society She died after a prolonged illness Her husband Murphy a former assistant vice president of the First American National sank who retired in October 1957 survives Also surviving are two nieces Mrs GeorgeNordhaus and Miss Gail Stumb and an uncle Will Murphy all of Nashville Active pallbearers: Alan Carl Ferguson Heist Roy Miles Roach Paul Schiel and Stephens Officers and directors of the 1 Piosit American National Bank-will I serve as honorary pallbearers A The body is at 'Martin's 209 Louise Ave 1 Mrs Annie I)illitighatil CASH ramin YOUR BEST Highest Prices tot Scrap Iron Metals lattotios funk Automobiles Wiest oftcalt Writs or Coo to STEINER-LIFF IRON METAL CO 710 South Socond St gator Plaskvillot JUNK AUTOMOBILES 1 'Hone CH 4-1551 Nesin4 Ow Fees She was a member of the First Baptist Church and was a charter member of the 'Rural Letter Carrier's Auxiliary Surviving are two daughters Mrs John Fry Nashville and Miss Mary Watkins Good lettsville and a son Jere Watkins Goodlettsville Active pallbearers will be nephews Lowery Paul Lowery Will Allen Lowery Hebron Leman Edgar- Meadows--W Coley Ashod Guelbenk Charles Padgett -Honorary pallbearers will be Dr Joe Sutherland Dr Link Lowe Elliott Moore Enoch Drake Clarence Carr Fry Brockman A Dale Glenn Garrett Robert Hitt and Jess Hitt renceville Ga agriculture and post office buildings In a national contest among non-supervisory employes of Valk ious Swift Packing Co units 5 employes of Neuhoff Packing' Co here Thursday were presented with prizes for the best local entries and one Mrs Ann Thalmann wax first-prize winner locally Mrs Thalmann native Nashvillian stenographer in the Neuhoff plant's main office thereby becomes eligible to compete with 92 other top prize winners for a national award and in doing so won three shares of Swift stockfor this national-- level success Additionally she received a GE pocket transistor radio with carrying case batteries and earphone Presentation was by York Nashville Retail Grocers Association president and final judge for the top letter among the Neuhoff contestants: A Chevrolet Corvair is the grand prize The "project progress" program stressing the "Sales Make Jobs" theme calls for letters 75 words or less the Customer Means to Me and My Job" National judges were Mrs Ma rle Kiefer National Association of Retail Grocers secretary treasurer and Richald Waxen-beer Supermarket Institute and Eagle-United Stores president Glenn E-Anderson president of Carolina Securities Corp Raleigh has received the nomination tantamount to election as the National Association of Security Dealers' board of governors chairman to take office in January the organization announces The State De pertinent of Conservation and Fred Atkisson 59 of Nee leys Bend Road--Madison died at 8 am today at his home following a heart attack Funeral arrangements are incomplete The body is at Madison Funeral Home A native of Primm Springs Hickman County Mr Atkisson was a son of Phil and Olivia Webb Atkisson He attended schoobs of Hickman County Mr Atkisson was a real estate salesman for George Howell and Son Realty and Auction Co Madison He previously had been employed by Union Ice Cream Co for 25 years as a route supervisor He was married to Ade Ile Cross of Algood who survives Mr Atkisson was a Mason and a member of the Madison Chamber of Commerce and Madison Brothers and of the Nashville Real Estate Board Survivors in addition to his wife include a daughter Mrs Don Heer of Madison a son Fred Atkisson Madison a sister Mrs Vivian Estes Ma diso three brothers James Atkisson Nashville Branch Atkisson Santa Fe Tenn and Atkisson Waverly four grandchildren Donnie Herr Sue Atkisson and George and Allen Atkisson all of Madison I WOW the Milwaukee' players are to have an opportunity to appredate Mr Dressen's accomplishments as a goodthief-They'll learn about them early for their new manager has never troubled to conceal possession of a discerning eye and an even keener intellect which can read a pitcher's mind at a glance and break any catcher's code with his medulla oblongata tied behind his back Moreover the chances are the Braves will recognize and acknowledgetheir leader's gifts as players on other teams have done 'before them It is by no means uncommon for some former Dodger who played under-Leo Durocher- Burt Shotten- Dressen and Walter Alston to confide that in his judgment Charley was the -best No Popularity Contest THERE'LL never be unanimous agreement in some coniparisons of course Nevertheless there are not likely to be many in any baseball group who woulddispute the statement that Dressen is an Informed and knowledgeable operator quick-witted and able with a firm grasp of tactics There Is also testimony that Charley has some ability as a teacher Johnny Podres mays It was Dressen who taught 'him to throw his fine change-of-pace your fast-ball motion' Charley told him 'but instead of following through bring your hand straight down like you was pulling down a More than one hitter has attributed improvement at the plate to some tip from Dressen Charley himself terrified few pitchers when he was playing third base for Cincinnati and he never pitched at all Yet it has been established in many fields that the best instructor isn't necessarily the best performer An understanding of basic principles the eye to detect mistakes and the wit to correct are the qualities of a good teacher Experiences has taught Dressen along with many others-that big league manager isn't competing in a popularity contest end it is possible to win games without winning the undying affection of every man on the club "No manager" Charley saidwisely enough In the press conference where he was Introduced as Fred lianey's successor "tan't ever going to satisfy 25 playeric" in the press conference wher successor "isn't ever going to I ARE YOU READY TO MAKE A CHANGE? NOW IS THE TIME! EXPERIENCED ACCOUNTING MACHINE SALESMEN to handle our Data-Flo and Computer Line as well as our mechanical line ExclusiVe franchise and territory You will receive ome local training immediately and extensive training at our ichool in the first quarter of 1960 SALARY OPEN We Have Treteed Service Available CALL Matthew 31orrii I UNDERWOOD CORP By ROSS FITZGERALD (Banner Financial Editor) The- iftabilitY miliaN growth of Teuneasee's economy ex compared with most other states of the ix revealed In an authoritative report just out Contrary to the majority trend Tennemee'e personal in come in August topped its own total for the like month a year ago as well as for July of this year and also Its 1953-55 average clean Week Magazine reports The publication which recently started a monthly "personal income report" plan pointed out-that nationally the steel strike and 'sagging agricultural prices" caused total personal income in August to drop below July levels in 31 states Tennessee's over-all income total in August this year was $450- 500000 or 44 per cent above the $431c00000 for August last year It also exceeded the July 1959 figure of $448100000 and was far above the 1953-55 average $345900000 In all but seven states a year-to-year increase was shown in Income over August a Year ago and the nation as awhole did come up vith a 57 ter cent Irwin Over the 11M month The report continued that "as might have been expected the August drop In teal personal Income yes substantial in such steel centers as Pennsylvania Michigan Ohio Indiana West Virginia Maryland and Alabama However "many of the most severe month-to-month declines showed up in states where steel was not a factor such as Mon-South Daketta Wyoming North Cerolina Kansas and Louisiana" American Airlines commencing Nov 15 will make available "direct return service" from Newark to Neshville which Dixtrict Selee Iferalrer James Zilass says willfurther make it nossible to offer this city "direct service from all three airports In the New York area" These ere La Guardia Idlewild and NeWerk A 11C-6 flight designated es No 117 leeving Newark at 315 pm and' Washington at 1 5 pm will reach the airpoit here at 6:45 pm Baas said The Federni General Services Administration wants to Interest especially small 81151Inewt supplying the following services (Including con etenction and building trades): Blackshear Ga post office 1111 terior and interior painting similar lob for the Enterprise Ala post office and a new composition roof for the Atmors Kitt post office with bid opening dates for these respectively' set for Nov 19 Nov18 and Nov 17 Requisite docurhents for bidding are at the GSA's Atlanta issuing office Through the same office the administration on Nov -25 will open bids Nov 25 on driveway extensions etc for the Law A GILLESPIE Nanagor AL 6-0128 Funeral services for Mrs Annie Carter Dillingham 72 who died Wednesday night at her residenre 2316 Fenix Lane will bp held Friday at 2 pm from FinleyDorris and Charlton Funeral Rome Larimore Austin will offiriate1 Burial will be in Mt Olivet Cemetery Mrs Dillingham was lifelong resident of NeshVille and wes a of thp Central Church of Christ 145 Fifth Ave North She was active for a number of years in the PTA of David Lipscomb College Surviving: Husband lames Dillingham a retired railroad man: a number of Weeps and nephews Among the survivingnieres are Mrs Ralph Lehman Mrs Allison Todd Mr Lester Gray and Mrs Bert Crossfield all of Nashville' The following nephews will serve is pallbearers: Leonard Carter Toney A CarterLester Cray Frank Carter Billy Carter Burt Crossfielk ltalphLehman all Of- -Nashville and Toney Carter Aiken (' and Paul Carter Jackson Tenn 1)i11ehay For Am Appoixtmext First Landing To Enter lest an 1 Trenton 'Cap Saturday 01 1 renton 4 11TOTELEI1U 1st PAYNEll'r MARCH 1960 C713 1 1 4 '3 5 i ORCEVIIEI (By Associated Press) nut-- Landing- the-2 -year old champion of 1258 on the comeback trail: will make his fin al Eamtern start of tha year Saturday in the 275000-added Trenton Handicap at Garden State Park The Trenton and the 25000()- a ddPd Frizette Stakes at duct are the chief attractions of the The Frizette could pro (By Associated Press) the-2-year champion of 1258 on the hack trail will make his I Eamtern start of tha year Ss day in the 275000-added Trel Handicap at Garden State The Trenton and the $50 added Frizette Stakes at A duct are the chief attraction the day The Frizette could Funeral services for Matthew Luther Morris 82 farmerwill be held at 10:30 am Saturday at Eastland Funeral Home Cullum Church of Christ minister will officiate Burial will' be in Spring Hill Cemetery Mr Morris died at 1 pm Thursday at the home of a daughter Mrs-J Mitchell 1408 Lischey Ave after an Illns of two weeks 1 A native of Cheatham County1 Mr Morris WEIS a on of Joe and Martha Gibbs Morris He moved to Nashville nine years In189911r Morris was Married toIliss Maggie Dozier of Cheatham County who survives Mr Morris was a member of the Church of Christ his wife include another daughter Mrs Robert Brown Nashville three sons Charlie 'Morris and A Morris Nashville and Melvin Maris New York 14 grandchildren and 15 great-grandchildren Sammy NN Sammy Watts retired machinist of the Lindsley Apts First Ave South and Lindsley Ave died at 1:12 am today after an Illness of 28 months Mr Watts suffered a 'atroke 28 months -ago and had- been paralyzed since that time 1'uneral ar6ngements mplete The body la at Ellis Kidd Funeral Home Mr Watts vvax a native of Murfreesboro He was married to the former Margnrette'Mason of 'Rutherford County about 13 rears ago Mrm Watts is confined to Baptist Hospital following a recent operation Mr Watts was a veteran of World War I Survivors 'imclude four Sisters Mrs Martha Hill Nashville Mrs Mollie McKnight and Mrs Annie Davis both of Murfreesboro and Mn Lutie Thomas Charlotte Nell Taylor Funeral services for Mrs Nell O'Briant Taylor 73 who died Thursday morning at St Thomas Hospital will'be held FAday at 1 pm from Phillips Robinson Funeral Home Doris Billingsley and Dr Henry Mahler of thp Church of Christ will officiate Burial' will be in Spring Hill Cernetery Mrs Taylor waa the widow of Sam Taylor 'a former Nashville city police officer He died in 1955 Survivors: Daughter Mrs Gladys Moore sister Mrs McGinnis three nieces Misses Nell Pauline and Marie McGnis and two grandchildren Pallbearers: Andrew Smith Hardaway A Carter David Tatum Robert Taylor and Robert Taylor Jr Dr Marcus Birrell Services for Dr Ma'rctitt Birrell 47 of 4601 Lealand Lane executive secretary of the Methodist interboard committee on Christian Vocations will be held at 9 am Saturday at Allison Methodist Church Carlisle Pa' Burial will also be in Carlisle Dr Birrell died Wednesdayof a heart attack while attending the National Methodist conference on Christian Education In Cincinnati The family will be at ti29 South Hanover St Carlisle The body is at the Ewing Funeral Home Carlisle Surviving are his widow the former Jeanne DuM three daughters Betsy Phyllis and Ruth Birrell and a son Jon 1 YEAR GUARANTEE duce the champion 2-year-o1d filly especially IVO home first Grass course performers meet in the r20000-added turf cup Ps miles at Laurel Md The $10000- added Falls City -Handicap is on the 'Churchill Downs program at one mile Two $10000 races are the Salinas Meadows and the Bristol Handl- cap at Narragansett Park- Both are 6-furlong events Chenery's First Landing stricken with a kidney infection and knocked out of racing for four months after the Preakness in May carries 123 pounds in the 11i' miles' Trenton In his first stakes race since returning to action First Landing lost a hosg verdict to Polylad Tuesday in the Ronmer' Handicap at Aqueduct But he gaveAway 11 pounds and wasn't disgraced in the 14entori include Amerigo (121) Better Bee (1Q0) Day Court (111) Piano Jim (115) All are stakes winners Day Court won the $100000 Hawthorne Gold Cup In his laat start' SevenGantes Set Tonight In 411E1A SevenGantes Set Tottleht In 411E14 I I I iwpoto------- I William Johnson Dillehay 74 retired Davidson County school painter died this morning at 8 am at a local infirmary following an extended illness Funeral services will be conducted nt McFerrin Baptist Church Saturday at 1 pm Elder Ray will officiate and burial will he in Dixon Springs Cemetery Dixon Springs Tenn --The hotly- is Rt- Brace'-Weish Funeral Home Mr Dillehay who lived at Vitili Scott Ave was horn in Smith County thn son of the late James and Angeline Dillehay He had lived in Nashvtille for the pa'st 17 years 1 9 He was married Dee 1719101 to the former Miss Esther Oldham who survives Mr Dillehav was a member of Mt Tabor Baptist ellurch in Smith County s- He was a Mason Other survivors are throe daughters Mrs Harold Dunn Mrs Mat- thew Kos and Mrs: PN Nicholas air of Nashville a sister Mrs Monroe Dieket a oh of Dixon Spring a' and nine grandchildren i FINEST PICTURE OF ANY LOW- PRICE FULL-SIZE TABLE TV 20000 Volts of Picturo Power (In reinte ler gives brighter crisper picture Golden Tube Sentry Unit 4- 95 Wafer Calends Tuner Golden "Nt" Tubes Golden Voices Speaker Colors: Bronze or Char Co! Model 2IT66 LESS Y9tilt TRADE 21" 0erafl Diet' Meas 263 Sq In Picture Viewing Area WHEN YOU TRADE BOTH STORES --t Another busy week-end of play on tap tonight In the Middle Tennessee (Negro) Athletic Am elation with seven games to be played The top games find Haynes of Nashville in the Western Division putting their perfect sectional record on the Itne against Union at Gallatin and Holloway of Mur freesboro with an unblemished mark in the Eastern Division' playing host to Jones of Lewis burg Nashville's Pearl feces strong West End at Fayetteville in an effort to improve on their 8-2-1 rec ord Nashville's Cameron eves Its fifth win of the campaign tonight when it play' winless Melts of Nashville at the Cemeron Sidi-urn Other games: Burt of Clarksville at Bedford County Training School of Simi byville Ward of Hartsville at Bransford of I prtngfield Carver-Smith or Columbia at TtaJalng School of Iranklia I MORTGAGE LOANS CONSTRUCTION LOANS Lowest Interest Terms Cheatham Cotantiani Set TurkevShm4 'Ashland Cheatham County Sportainah'sClub will hold a Turkey Shoot Saturday aCjim Evans' Anil land City Boat Dock with festivities getting under wsiy ott a am Tile club is holding Trading Day giving participants a chance to trade guns or any other sort of equipment 2EilT3E'PJ ''citidoaarJ DD PROVIDENT TRUST CO 5010 CHARLOTTE CY 74531 5102 CHARLOTTE CY 74539 I Iltti 4 tkt 210 Union St AL 5-3122 I 1 1 II.

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