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Nashville Banner from Nashville, Tennessee • 9

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Nashville Banneri
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Nashville, Tennessee
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State Officials Visit McCord Washington, D. Dec. 6-(Special)---Among this visitors at the office of Rep. McCord, Tennessee governor-elect, yesterday were President James Hoskins of the University of Tennessee; George F. McCanlesa, commissioner Watkins Institute MUSIC APPRECIATION LECTURE SERIES Henri Minsky, Director December 6: Opera, CARMEN by Bizet December 13: MENDELSSOHN and his music Each discussion will be accompanied by- selected recordings.

PUBLIC INVITED ADMISSION FREE CLASS EACH WEDNESDAY 7:30 P.M. finance and, taxation, and liam B. Barry, assistant state attorney general. Men's Club to Elect The Men's Club of East End Methodist, Church will have Dr. J.

M. Batten, professor of church Sunday Dinners $1.00 in the Restored Main Dining Room of the MAXWELL HOUSE More beautiful than ever after 75 years. Real home-cooked Southern Dinners served from 11 a.m. to 8 p.m. A Special TURKEY DINNER will be served Christmas Day, 11 a.m.

to 8 p.m. $1.50 Parties served private 12 to 100, exroomer person. Phone 5-2112. Banquet. Dept.

HELD OVER 2 EXTRA DAYS AT ENDS FRIDAY NIGHT Loews novel! And now one of A great the screen's great love stories! WALTER GARSON- PIDGEON 'Mas. EDWARD AGNES ARNOLD MOOREHEAD, CECIL KELLAWAY An M-G-M Romance New Show Starts Saturday Abbott Costello "LOST IN A HAREM" HELD KNICKERBOCKER NOW THRU SATURDAYPUN ROMANCE LAVGHTER SHERIDAN SMITH CARSON "WIMAN con Nov a MANNING get RuGGles Any thing WARNERS bit. stage sensation from from THE FUNNY ABOUT LOVE AND MONEY I A DE HONEY with JOHN RIDGELY JOHN ALEXANDER CRAIG STEVENS BARBARA BROWN ALAN MOWBRAY Dirnded by JAMES V. KERN Hay by Jesses farn and Som Additional Dialogue Wilkie Mahoney From the Stage Play by Joseph A. Fields Produced by Max Gordon COMING SUNDAY RETURN ENCAGEMENT BY POPULAR REQUEST EDW.

G. ROBINSON -In- "TIGER SHARK" history at Scarritt College, as speaker a meeting at 6:30 o'clock tomorrow evening. Fred 0. Rhea, president, will preside at the session, at which new officers will be elected. A white potato is more than three-fourths water.

RUG CLEANING MARTHA WHITE -Vacuum Shampoo Method Expert CleaningOriental Specialist 5 Service Call 8-6259 Illelrosen TODAY EATRE "HI, DIDDLE DIDDLE" WITH ADOLPHE MARTHA MENJOU SCOTT AND A PRAYER" DELLE MEADE TONITE THEATRE 1 P. TO M. 11 "THEY MADE ME A CRIMINAL" WITH ANN SHERIDAN JOHN GARFIELD SAT. BLONDE" Thru DRINCESS and Now Sat. TWO FEATURES 35c Armida (MACHINE MAMA WALLACE -EL -BRENDEL of RYMAN AUDITORIUM TONIGHT 8:15 P.

M. "NAUGHTY MARIETTA" -WITHREED JOANNE. LAWTON LEONHARD PRICES: $1.20, $1.80, $2.40, $3.00 and $3.60. Tax Inc. SEATS ON SALE AT RYMAN AUDITORIUM BOX OFFICE BELMONT 3 to 11 TODAY P.

M. EDDIE BRACKEN SUSAN HAYWARD WILLIAM HOLDEN In a Comedy Riot "YOUNG AND WILLING" Starts Tomorrow Night CLAIRE TREVOR "WOMAN OF THE TOWN" 5 AVEI STARTS TOMORROW NEW HOPPY THRILLS FOR HAPPY ENTERTAINMENT! HARRY SHERMAN PRODUCTIONS CLARENCE E. MULFORD'S BAR WILLIAM BOYD As Hopalong Cassidy LAST DAY "MAKE YOUR OWN BED" gives you the greatest your favorite humorist PRESTON STURGES Paramounta MIRACLE OF comedy to come out the war CONQUERING HAIL! WELCOME HAILS. STARRING EDDIE BRACKEN The unwilling father of Morgan's Creek becomes the unwilling hero of Oak Ridge. WITH ELLA RAINES Life's new candidate for a gal who'll go far.

AND WILLIAM. DEMAREST Papa Kockenlocker becomes a Marine Sergeant and on him it's becoming! RAYMOND WALBURN. FRANKLIN PANGBORN ELIZABETH PATTERSON Tomorrow BILL EDWARDS Is "FREE MOVIE Written and Directed by Each person PRESTON STUNGES. who buys a WAR BOND tomorrow at this Theatre will be admitted FREE! ENTERTAINMENT," Your Conquering Hero" by BUYING THAT EXTRA BOND STARTING At EXTRA "LEATHERNECKS TOMORROW Your LATEST ON WAR PARADE" NEWS LAST DAY- BLAINE, MICHAEL, O'SHEA in "'SOMETHING FOR THE BOYS" Gold Star Certificates Awarded by Governor Rites Set Thursday For William Thompson Funeral for William James Thompson, who died yesservices, terday morning at a local infirmary following an illness of three days, will be conducted tomorrow morning at 10 o'clock at the Grandview Cumberland Presbyterian Church by the Rev. Carl R.

Ramsey, assisted by the Revs. Leon Hooper and W. R. Johnson. Burial will be in Thompson Cemetery at Burns, Tenn.

The body is at the residence, 2318 Kline Avenue. In failing health for three years, Mr. Thompson retired eight years ago from the Nashville, Chattanooga Louis Railway for whom he had worked for 35 years. At the time of his retirement he was employed as a construction foreman. Born in Burns, he was the son of the late Aus and Mary Hudgens Thompson.

He educated in the schools of Burns and moved to Nashville as a young man, In 1890 he was married to Miss Emily Frances Richardson, who survives. Mr. Thompson was a Mason and a member of the Grandview Cumberland Presbyterian Church. In addition to his widow, he is survived by two Mrs. Katherine Baker of Nashville, Mrs.

Rosetta of Los Angeles, two sons, Paul E. Thompson of Memphis, Carl E. Thompson of Mobile, one brother, Ed Thompson of Charlotte, one White sister, Mrs. Sallie BinkBluff, grandchildren, and one grandson. A.

C. Mims Funeral services for A. C. Mims, 85, former resident of Nashville, will be, conducted tomorrow afternoon at the Johnson and Charlton Funeral Home by the Rev. N.

O. Nabors, of Granada, the time to be announced later. Burial will be in Mt. Olivet Cemetery. Mr.

Mims died at 8:15 o'clock yesterday morning at his home Paris, following a Heart attack. He had been in ill health six years. Born in Pikeville, he came to Humphreys County in 1910 where he was a farmer and lumber dealer. He came to Nashville about 1930 but moved to Paris five years later. He was a member of the First Nazarene Church in Paris.

is survived by six sons, Talmage, Marion and Walter Mims, of Nashville, John I Mims, Galveston, Texas, George Mims, Louisville, and Joseph Mims, San Francisco, and six daughters, Mrs. Henry Mahlaw, Perry, Mrs. Walter Nabors, Memphis, Miss Mary Parks Mimis and Mrs. Bob. Sisson, both of Jacksonville, and Misses Eunice and Elizabeth Mims, both of Paris.

V. J. Kindel Funeral services for 1 V. J. Kindel, 90, who died in Atlanta, Sunday following an illness of one year, were held yesterday in Columbia, S.

where for many years Mr. Kindel was connected with the Columbia State newspaper. Born in Purdy, McNairy County, Tennessee, he was the son of the late Dr. William C. and Martha Barry Kindel.

In 1898 he moved to Nashville where he was local representative for the Clarence Tetit Produce Company of Alleghany City, Pa. Later he was connected with the circulation departments of both THE BANNER and Tennessean. For the past year he had made his home with his son, T. C. Kendel, at Atlanta.

He is survived by his second wife, Mrs. 'Anna C. Kindel; two daughters, Mrs. John R. Boxley of Nashville: Mrs.

Carey Orr of Winnetka, Ill. sons, W. Allen Kindel of Raleigh, N. T. C.

Kindel of Atlanta; six grandchildren and five children. Mrs. Louise Blanton Funeral services for Mrs. Louise S. Blanton, 87, who died at her home, 4121 Saunders Avenue, yesterday afternoon at 12:30 o'clock following an illness of one year, will be conducted tomorrow morning at 10:30 o'clock at the BraceyWelsh Funeral Home by the Rev.

Boyd F. Fielder. Burial will be in Woodlawn Memorial Park. The body is at the funeral home. Born in Dickson Springs, Mrs.

Blanton was the daughter! of the late Alvin and Amelia Cardwell. She lived in Dickson Springs for 52 years, and was educated in the schools of Hartsville, Tenn. She moved to College Grove where she lived until 1919 when she moved to Nashville. She was married to the late B. F.

Blanton in 1894. Mrs. Blanton was a member of the Monroe Street Methodist Church of this city. She is survived by three sons, R. J.

T. B. F. Blanton, of Nashville; one sister. Amelia Newsom of Hunter Point, 14 grandchildren, and six greatgrandchildren.

SHIP AHOY DINNER CLUB DINE and DANCE Open 2 P.M. Daily Steaks, Country Ham Fried Chicken Spaghetti Meat Balls Never a Covert Charge Phone 8-9292 Franklin Road -Opp. WSM Tower Cheery Wolcome Comfortable Hospitality Sherrie' On. Harding Road THE NASHVILLE BANNER, Lewis Expected To Be OK'd for Return to Duty Additional testimony that former Detective Chief Elkin Lewis is physically able to return to his duties is expected to be produced tomorrow afternoon when a report on a dental examination is considered by the City Civil Service Commission. Lewis said today that results of the examination had been turned over to the commission.

The personnel groups recently asked Chief Lewis to obtain a report on the condition of his teeth after his physicians had suggested several extractions might improve his general physical condition. No abscesses were found the dentist's examination, it was understood. Lewis has been retired on a disability pension since June 1. He recently applied for reinstatement on grounds that a heart ailment was sufficiently alleviated for him to perform his duties properly. Meanwhile, Detective from Pettus longer was on the Po(lice Department pay roll, commission having ruled recently that his salary could not continue past December 1 despite injuries received on duty which have kept him from work for some seven months.

Pettus was advised to apply for a disability pension which would amount to half his salary, and it was understood he would file the application shortly. MEN'S WHITE or TAN COVERALLS and SHOP COATS ON SALE AT LIARTLEY UNIFORM CO. CHURCH ST. AT 19TH State Still Receiving Marked War Ballots Marked war ballots--too late to count are being received, from Tennesseans in the armed forces, Mrs. C.

Carr, Secretary of State, disclosed today. Mrs. Carr said the votes were coming in at the rate of about five or six a day and that a total of 858 been received since election day. The number received before November 7, in time to be tabulated, was 27,933, she said, Armstead C. Totty Funeral services for Armstead C.

Totty, 73, who died at' 3 o'clock this morning at Vanderbilt Hospital following a week's illness, will be held at 11 o'clock tomorrow morning at the Pettus-Owen Funeral Home with Boone L. Douthitt officiating. Burial will be in the Church of Christ Cemetery at Totty's Bend in Hickman County. A native of Totty's Bend, near Centerville, Mr. Totty came to Nashville 26 years ago and was employed as 8.

streetcar conductor with the Nashville Railway Light Co. before his retirement. He was a member of the Church of Christ. He is survived by his widow, Mrs. Lena Totty; three daughters, Mrs.

Nell Weaks of Nashville and Mrs. Callie Davis and Mrs. Dorris Kemp of Indianapolis, five sons, W. L. Totty of Indianapolis, Armstead C.

Totty of the U. S. Marines, stationed in the South Pacific, A. L. Totty of Mt.

Pleasant and Glenn Totty of Nashville: two brothers, L. H. and E. B. Totty, and 14 grandchildren.

Grandma Switches Millions of Mothers To Her Mutton Suet Idea For Chest Colds Pioneer, a grandma "home liked, to contain "rub ing mutton suet. Such a rub was her "old reliable" for relieving chest muscle tightness, soothing bronchial irritation, loosening phlegm, checking coughing, easing sting of chapped lips and nostrils. Today science has modernized this principle with Penetro, the salve with a base containing this same old fashioned mutton suet, plus 5 active ingredients-so now Grandma's old idea is switching millions to this newer relief that is being hailed all over America. "You'll like Penetro the first time you feel it spread smoothly on chest, throat, back -its mutton suet makes it melt instantly, vanish quickly. It gets to work 3 ways at once to make you and your children WEDNESDAY, DEC.

6, 1944-PAGE 9 A Christmas gift for health! And what better gift than health can you give? When you buy Christmas Seals you give health, for you literally strike a blow against tuberculosis. Won't you get your Seals today? Gold star certificates were awardled State to the employes families today of seven exercises in the office of Gov. Cooper, who said that Prentice of the names of those who gave their lives in support of the ideals of America in World War IL, on the honor roll of patriots was a tribute which the State desired to pay to them. He said that in giving their lives for their country they typified American ideals on the far battlefronts of the world. Shown (left to right are Mrs.

Imo Lyell Turner, of Old la Hickory, whose husband, Lt. Harold G. Turner, was killed in the European area; Mrs. Ethel Henderson Coleman, of Chattanooga, whose husband, Maj. Olon H.

Coleman, was killed in the African-Mid East area; Leslie Dayton Hix, of Gallatin, whose son, Lt. (jg) Sidney Dayton Hix, was killed in the Southwest Pacific area; Mrs. Orene Westbrook, Nashville, whose son, 2nd Lt. Hubert M. Westbrook, was killed on the Italian' front; Mrs.

Morelle C. Carver, of Nashville, member of the Governor's office staff, whose son, Joe B. Taylor, was killed in the North African area; Governor Cooper; Mr. and Mrs. Cecil Wallace, and their daughter, Mrs.

W. H. Alford, of Lewisburg, whose son, Lt. Cecil Gill Wallace, former assistant state personnel director, was killed in the European theater; and Mr. and Mrs.

W. G. McKenna, of Chattanooga, whose son, William McKenna, was killed on the Italian front. Two Receive Federal Terms in Auto Theft Pleading guilty in Federal Court yesterday to stealing a car here and driving it to Indianapolis, Ira R. DeMoss, 24, and Wallace W.

Murray, 24, received Federal Prison terms In addition to State Penitentiary sentences already imposed in connection with a number of larceny charges. De Moss, who was one of a group of men who recently escaped from the criminally insane division of tenced to years to be served Central State. Hospital, was senat the conclusion of his current 10-year sentence in the state penitentiary. Murray received two years, to be served prior to 8 seven-year state prison sentence. Tire Worker Electrocuted Memphis, Dec.

6-4P-Eckford Ivy, 35, tire builder for Firestone Tire and Rubber Company, was electrocuted last night while working at the plant. Ivy was thrown from 8 small platform. He was pronounced dead on- arrival at a hospital PUBLIC FORUM "Let's Think" Watkins Institute Every Thursday Night 7:30 to 9:00 P. M. Topic, for Thursday, December 1 7th "YOUTH LOOKS AT WAR AND PEACE" THE PANEL WILL CONSIST OF FOUR 13-YEAR-OLD BOYS FROM STRATTON SCHOOL WHO HAVE BEEN APPEARING ON THE WLAC RADIO PROGRAM "CHILDREN ANALYZE THE TOMMY HALLOWES will lead the discussion "GERMANY NOW AND AFTER THE BEN BETTY will lead- in the discussion of "JAPAN NOW AND AFTER THE WAR." WILLIAM DAVIS will lead in the discussion of "COOPERATION AMONG I THE JOHN cussion of UNITED MEDFORD "MACHINERY will NATIONS." lead FOR in the PEACE." disPublic Invited No Admission Charge ARG comfortable-(1) Penetro reflieves its mutton suet helps carry medication to nerve ends in the skin.

(2) Relieves muscular tightness and congestion through counter-irritation (increased blood flow). (3) Loosens! phlegm, eases coughing through pleasant inhalation of instantly released vapors. You'll feel relief so quickly--as painful misery eases, coughing is lessened, phlegm loosened, chest rawness soothed. You'll rest more comfortably, give nature a chance to restore vitality through sound sleep. That's why so many mothers thank Grandma for her idea--praise science for perfecting it--and buy Penetro at druggists eyerywhere.

Relieve your chest cold miseries as millions are doing -today get your jar of white, easy-to-use Penetro. For Delightfully Refreshing DRINK SNACK Remember TO STOP AT- THE SNACK ROOM FORMERLY THE DRUM ROOM Open All Day--Every DayExcept Sunday THE ANDREW JACKSON A DINKLER HOTEL Len L. Murrell, Manager "What's your prescription for the cigarette shortage, Doc?" RALEIGHS! I JUST HAPPENED MY OLD BRAND SEEMS. TO BUY THEM A FEW TO BE OFF DUTY MOST WEEKS AGO AND NOW OF THE TIME, DOCTOR. THEY'RE ON MY LIST WHAT'S YOUR FAVORITE? FOR HAVE ONE? One out of every three Raleighs we make goes to our fighting forces.

So, like other popular brands, Raleighs are sometimes off the counters. A GOOD SMOKE, DOCTOR NOW I KNOW WHY THEY ASK "DOES CAN YOU GET YOUR CIGARETTE TASTE DIFFERENT RALEIGHS WITHOUT TOO LATELY?" THANKS FOR THE PRESCRIPTION. MUCH PROBING? NO, BUT THEY'RE RELAPSE ON QUALITY! WORTH LOOKING FOR. NEVER HAD A CIGARETTE THAT'S RALEIGH IS ONE OR YOU'LL HAVE DON'T MENTION IT TRYING TO BUY RALEIGHS TOO! EVERYONE ELSE UNION MADE Raleighs are still made from choicest tobaccos Raleighs come to you factory-fresh, kept that -fully aged -blended with aromatic Turkish. way by the best moistening ingredient known.

Raleigh the with quality cigarette to burn!.

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