The Times Dispatch from Richmond, Virginia on November 25, 1958 · 7
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The Times Dispatch from Richmond, Virginia · 7

Richmond, Virginia
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Tuesday, November 25, 1958
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r x v vv Vv V WH’ j x i" Av W "V" w w'-’ tr' w v - ‘ srf v ij k v " -NVi'V 'V w '-v'""5 vv'V-i 'T I il ' - V Tlr?-5 V" 1 VISIT TO SHUT-INS on the Sunday preceding Thanksgiving members of St Luke’s Episcopal Church - School at Blackstone 4 dis- tribute baskets of fruit to patients at Heathsville Site For Jail Is Timea-Dispatch News Bureau HEATHSVILLE Nov 24— A five-member committee Monday recommended the purchase of a site adjoining the courthouse here for Northumberland county’s proposed new jail It is the same two-acre site the board of supervisors had considered as the best location for the jail The board had agreed on a $10000 purchase price" The committee however set a value of only' $4000' on the acreage Committee Chairman Eugene Hall of Wicomico district said the owner of the property J G Rice could afford to sell at the more “reasonable price” because the anticipated construction would increase the vlue of adjoining - property he owns Action on the recommendation was deferred until Decem- Duo io thoDoath of MRS D H Mother of B Wo Will TUESDAY T1HQSUALL MM’iCfotfcfRf 704 E MAIN STREET DRIVE-IN TELLER Urged her 15 In all the committee appraised six pieces of property and set values on them - of from $1000 to ’ $12000 The highest priced tract also Is near the courthouse Ralph Hundley Heathsville district supervisor who negotiated the original purchase agreement commented “It looks like we’re right back where we started” Last month the board offered Rice the $10-000 but rescinded the deal after the proposed expenditure aroused considerable public resentment The committee was named to appraise several locations all in Heathsville and choose the most suitable for the jail and possibly a county office building The county has been without jail' facilities since May when the century-old lockup here was closed by court order MARSHALL W Marshall Bo Closed riOV 25 & GREGORY Many Happy Thanksgivings for this family has learned the wisdom for the future and for saving regularly to dreams come true y It takes Just a few minutes to open a checking of savings account and to become known to our officers and personnel You will like doing business with "the friendly bank” AND ttobUhod iB89 'Safi As The Safest -Strong As The Strongest” Member Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation OUTSIDE 24 - -tuMi-Duntdi Ncwi liinw Photo the town’s two nursing homes Last Sunday Margaret Hudgins and Charles Wooten took baskets they prepared to Mrs Sally Gills About 80 patients received gifts - - Mrs KS Black Succumbs Here At Ageof 70 Mrs Kathleen Smith Black 70 of Brookwood rd Bon Air widow of the Rev James Bell Black DD a Presbyterian minister died Monday at a local hospital A native of Burke county N C she was the daughter of the late Charles Stuart and Matilda Walton Smith Mrs Black was a member of Bon Air Presbyterian Church and was chaplain of Nathaniel Bacon Chapter Daughters of the American Revolution Her late husband whose last pastorate was at ' the Red Springs N C Presbyterian Church died in 1954 Surviving are a son Dr James B Black Jr of Richmond r three daughters Mrs L F McIntyre of Goldsbpro N Mrs E P Davison of Boa Air and Mrs Harry A Mathews of Richmond a sister Mrs P D Sinclair of Marion N C a brother William W Smith of Morganton N Cf and six grandchildren A funeral service will be held at 3 pjn Tuesday at Bon Air Presbyterian Church Burial will be at 3:30 pm Wednesday in Allow ay Cemetery Red Springs N C WILLIE E TUCK CLARKSVILLE Nov - 24— Willie Edd Tuck 58 died Mon day at his home at Nelson A funeral service will be held at 2 pm Wednesday at the residence with burial in Vlrgilina Town Cemetery Surviving are his wife Mrs Hetty Redd Tuck four daughters Mrs Charlie'! Yancey of Buffalo Junction Mrs Walter Thompson of Richmond and Miss Jean Thompson and Mrs Harrison Hite of Nelson two sons W E Tuck Jr ' of Richmond and Herbert H Tuck of Virgilina a sister Mrs J T Crowder of Virgilina and 11 grandchildren Lie Ahead of planning male family nu? andmain HOUR DEPOSITORY Actor Does Comic Stint : f 4 f t ' f O' y Dies of Heart Attack r? HOLLYWOOD Nov 24— I® —Harry "Parky akarkus” Einstein died Monday after dramatic two-hour pocketknife surgery and heart massage that followed one of his big moments in show business The 54-year-old - specialist in Greek dialect comedy collapsed Sunday night at a testimonial dinner for Lucille Ball and Desi Arnaz1 :o : He sagged into Milton Berle’s shoulder amid (applause and belly laughs over his monologue before 1200 at the $100-a-plate affair With him on the dais were Berle Danny Thomas Funeral Today - For MrsRawlings FREDERICKSBURG Nov 24 — A funeral service for Mrs Loula Williams Rawlings a former public school teacher here for 20 years will be held at 3:30 pm Tuesday at Wheeler & Thompson Funeral Home Fredericksburg ‘ Mrs Rawlings was the widow of a former Fredericksburg postmaster James R Rawlings She was a graduate of the Woman’s College of Richmond CVtJh frml tMnhinff heri She retired from1 teaching here in- 1945 ' I - She was a member of the Daughters of the American Revolution the United ' Daughters of the Confederacy the Fredericksburg Woman’s Club the Kenmore Association the Mary Washington Monument Association and the Fredericks burg Baptist Church Survivors Include a daughter Mrs Walter D Burks of Fredericksburg a I stepdaughter Mrs Florence B Rawlings of Richmond a stepson George C' Rawlings of Richmond and a grandson HENRY G SPENCER -LYNCHBURG Nov 24-Henry Gordon Spencer 66 died Monday at a Lynchburg hos pital He was a retired manager of Bibee Supermarkets here and a member of River-mont Presbyterian Church He is survived by his wifs Mrs Grace Scruggs Spencer a son H Scott Spencer of Danville a daughter Mrs 'Sumpter Me-Craw of Lynchbtirg a sister Mrs Edna Robison of Richmond and two brothers Col Thomas Spencer of Atlanta Ga ant Edmund Spence of Jacksonville Beach Fla A funera service will be held at 2 pm Tuesday at' Diuguid Memorial Chapel here Burial will be in Spring Hill Cemetery' MRS EMILY SHARPE LOUISA Nov 24 — Mrs Emily H Sharpe 72 of Louisa coounty widow of C Henry Sharpe died Monday at a Richmond nursing home A funeral service will be held at 3 pm Wednesday at Gilboa Christian Church Louisa county with burial in Hillcrest Cemetery here Surviving are five sons Oscar H and Charles Henry Sharpe Jr of Richmond Herby T and Ronald E Sharpe of Louisa and Willie T Sharpe of Waynesboro six) daughters Mrs Austin Somerville and Mrs Angus Wade HI of Rich mond Mrs Hugh O Staley and Mrs Anthony Sawka of Omer Mich and Mrs Bryant Pleasant and Mrs Walter Bagby Jr of Louisa three brothers Jerry Harris of Louisa Fulton Harris of Richmond and i Cary Harris of Chattanooga Tenn two sisters Mrs Marvin Gary and Mrs Anna Hall of Richmond 20 grandchildren and two great grandchildren ! r Ghsi £H (Advertisement) “Nervous Nov Relieved Amazing New Antispasmodic Formula Stops Stomach 1 Spasms L Calms Jittery Digestive Nerves Relieves Nervous Acid Indigestion! NEW YORK N T (SPECIAL) Sd- ence has developed a new tablet with the remarkable ability to stop stomach spasms knots and “lumps” due to upset digestive nerves— a condition of ted characterized as “nervous stomach” At the same time this new medication also brings swift dramatic relief from the sour burning bloated sensations so familiar to sufferers of nervous acid indigestion i ' - This true relief is made possible by uniting two kinds of medication: l)a special antispasmodic medicine and ?) a highly effec-tive combination of antacids -The antispasmodie agent (belladonna alkaloids) is a truly amazing digestivenerve-relaxant with proven clinical effectiveness in soothing gastrointestinal spasms It quiets the fretful digestive nerves that stimulate an excess flow of painful stomach acids While the nerves have been calmed and acid flow reduced the antacids in this compound freely and fully perform their function of neutralizing excess scalding stomach acids and lining the I A George Bums Dean Martin George Murphy Ed Wynn Art Linkletter Miss Ball and Araaz The occasion was the Friars Club testimonial to Desi !and Lucy at the Beverly Hilton HoteL ' - ’ The comedian was bom in Boston and started there as a newspaper reporter Although Jewish he became a master of the Greek-American dialect Surviving besides his wife are their three sons He had another son by a previous marriage Charles Einstein the widely "known newspaperman-author V i Creator of ‘Zorro’ Dies at Age of 75 HOLLYWOOD Nov 24— UP) -Arthur Johnston McCulley 75' creator of Zorro died Sunday night at a Hollywood -hospital after a series of operations -k A former newspaperman McCulley wrote dozens of books during his career He created Zorro for a national men’s magazine The fictional character became famous when the late Douglas Fairbanks Sr portrayed the role in ’ the movies - - Born in Ottawa III McCulley became an authority on Western lore He once was a reporter for the Los Angeles Herald-Express He began writing -fiction in 1908 His novels included “Iron Horse Town” and 1 "The Devil’s Doubloons” He also ' wrote several plays and motion picture stories He lived in Hollywood with Ms daughter artist Beatrice Maureen McCulley' his only survivor His wife Laura died in 1956 1 MRS W C MARSHALL Mrs Walker Coleman Marshall ' 88 i of 4405 Leonard Parkway widow of Douglas Hancock Marshall died Sunday at her home She was the daughter of Captain "William Glover Coleman and Mrs JMary Abbitt Coleman of Appomattox Surviving are five sons David G Marshall of Rich-wood W Vat Schuyler B Marshall f of Appomattox William D Marshall of Roanoke Abbitt H and Byron Walker Marshall both of Richmond four daughters Mrs Lester W Jen-kinsMrs Grace M Rudd Mrs J Frank Scott and Miss Douglas Marshall all of Richmond six grandchildren and 1 six great-grandchildren A funeral service will be held at 10:30 am Tuesday at the Sutherland-Brown Funeral Home Buriat will be at 2 pm Tuesday in the cemetery of Reedy Springs Baptist Church Appomattox county WILLIE LEE STANLEY DOSWELL Nov 24— Willie Lee Stanley died Monday at his home here He is survived by his wife Mrs Lula Puryear Stanley two daughters Mrs Thomas Stanley of Ashland and Mrs Earl Bowles of Dos-well a son William C Stanley of Glen Allen and seven grandchildren A funeral service will be held at 3 pm Wednesday at the Crew and Clayton Funeral Home! with burial in St Peter’s Methodist Church Cemetery MRS HELEN NUNNALLY FARMVILLE Nov 24— A funeral service for Mrs Helen Jarman Nunnally 54 who died Sunday in Richmond will be held at 2 pm Tuesday at Doyne-Burger Funeral 'Home here with- burial in Westview Cemetery A daughter of the late Dr Joseph L Jarman former president of Longwood College and the late Mary Helen Wiley Jarman she attended Longwood College and Chatham Hall School Surviving are two daughters Mrs Henry Lane Wilson of Gloucester and Mrs Kimo McVay of Honolulu Hawaii a son Mark Stomach” By New T ablet stomach with a soothing protective coating Of particular interest to sufferers of nervous acid indigestion is this when you experience knots and Bpasms in your stomach you may' think that excess acid alone is causing your distress Actually it may be that a flaring up of delicate digestive nerves is at the root of the trouble That is why when mere alka-lizers are used only partial mo mentary relief may be gained and the distressing symptoms may soon recur But this new antispasmodic tablet slowly dissolved in the month assures you of more effective relief of o 'foth the upset digestive nerves and the seething acid discomfort In your stomach This new medication is now ' available without prescription under the name SOOTHoL Antispasm-Antacid Tablet? 1 Buy and use SOOTHoL with the absolute guarantee that it will stop stomach spasms and relieve nervous acid indigestion or your full purchase price will be refunded - v I Hankins of Richmond a sister Mrs Thomas G Hardy of FarmviUe two brothers pr W Dabney Jarman of Washington and Emerson Wiley Jarman of Ada Okla and four grandchildren t MRS IDA W NEWCOMB Mrs Ida W Newcomb of 838 West Grace st died Monday at a local hospital She is survived by five grandchildren and four great-grandchildren A funeral service will be held at "3 pm Tuesday at ‘the Sutherland-Brown Funeral Home with burial in Riverview Cemetery JESSIE LEE McBRIDE CHASE CITY Noy 24— Jessie Lee McBride 84 a retired farmer 'died Monday at his home near Skipwith A funeral service will be held at 3:30 pm Wednesday at New Hope Baptist' Church with burial there Surviving are son Meredith! McBride ©f Skipwith two sisters Mrs Raymond Lewis and Mrs Whitt Williams of Richmond and three grandchildren MRS CORA H MILLER Mri Cora Hitchcock Miller widow of Fred Miller of Nine Mile rd died Monday at a local hospital There are no Immediate survivors A funeral service will be held at 11 am Wednesday at the Woody1 Funeral Home with burial in Hollywood Cemtery MISS THELMA PORTER Miss Thelma Porter of 1201 Taylor ave died Monday at a local hospitaL Surviving is a sister Mrs J Lupton Simpson Funeral arrangements were incomplete last night v MAURICE P BREON Maurice P Breon infant son of Mr and Mrs Bob S Breon died Monday' at a local hospital A funeral service will be held at 11 am Tuesday in Westhampton Memorial Park The family asked that flowers be omitted f i 1 MISS LOUISE LEXZI Miss Louise Lenzi of 22 North Laurel st died Monday at a local hospital £he is survived by several cousins A funeral service will be held at 10 am Wednesday at Sacred Heart Cathedra! with burial in Mount Calvary Cemetery FREDERICK J WIEGAND Frederick J Wiegand 67 of Rt 11 Elkhardt rd a retired school bus driver died Monday at his home He is survived by his wife Mrs Edna Koch Wiegand a son William A Wiegand a daughter Mrs Frieda W Sharp a sister Mrs Florin Erdt and four grandchildren A funeral service will be held at 2 pm Wednesday at the Joseph W Bliley Funeral Home with burial in Maury Cemetery MRS SARAH HOPKINS Mrs Sarah E W Hopkins of Chester widow of Dr J Lee Hopkins died Monday at her home She is survived by a son Thomas Lee Hopkins ‘of Chester and five grandchildren 'A funeral service will be held at 10 am Tuesday at Small’s Funeral Home Colonial Heights with burial in Druid Ridge Cemetery in Baltimore The family asked that flowers be omitted CHARLES A ANDERSON 4 A funeral service for Charles Andrew Anderson of 1820 Park ave a special agent for Mutual life Insurance Co who died Sunday at a local hospita! will be held at 2 pjn Tuesday in Hollywood Cemetery The family asked that flowers be omitted OTHER DEATHS WAYNESBORO -- Ernest Parker 77 died Saturday Rites held Monday TAPPAHANNOCK — Thomas Roane Barnes Wright died Monday Rites Wednesday Williamsport Pa SYRING A— Laurence- Frank lin Parker 83 died Monday Always Send FLOWERS from FUQUA & SHEFFIELD Flowers and Gifts SM4 W On M Dial KL MW WOtow laws Shepptaf i QUICKER THAN YOU THINK! Just a matter of minutes ANYWHERE In town! TWEIVE MINUTES FROM'' FOREST MILL DOWNTOWWl "Best Gty Transportation —Anywhere! Richmond Times-Dispatch Rites 2 pm Wednesday Mercer-Faulkner Funeral Home burial Harmony Grove Church Cemetery - : - - f ' HALIFAX— Mrs Gertrude Fisher Dance died Saturday Rites 2 ’ pm Tuesday Bethel Baptist Church burial there FARNHAM— Milton Eugene Douglas 69 died Monday Rites 2 pm Wednesday Calvary Methodist Church burial there Petersburg Youth r Charged With Arson PETERSBURG Npv 24— A lS-year-old Petersburg boy was arrested and charged with fir-son here Monday Police" said he set fire to an unoccupied residence in the west end of the city - - Dct Sgt C H Slate said the' youth a Negro stayed away from school Monday The fire' on West st broke out shortly after 2 ' pm Monday and resulted In about $2000 damage r Due to the MRS D H Mother of A We Will TUESDAY MARSHALL'S Clothing 830 EAST MAIN STREET Much More bu Ship! There no butfness I Whether you cross the Atlantic on business or pleasure you find that you're so much better prepared for both when you cross byjsbip This is an extra vacation In a seagoing world apart From homelike stateroom to spacious sports dedcs a transatlantic liner gives you room to roam and an opportunity to do exactly what you want to do even finish up a few office details That’s why most businessmen agree (their wives too 9— a ship is the rewarding way to Europe ‘r IN ANY SEASON SHIPS OFFER THE LOWEST PARETO EUROPE-SEE YOUR TRAVEL AGENT ENJOY VXiR TRIP 30 BY SHIP THE TRANS-ATLANTIC STEAMSHIP LINES Makes if as Buoyant and Restful as when New Just as Fresh and Dainty Saves up to Vi Coifs as little as $600 RESTovating is our exclusive method' of restoring mattresses perfected by a quarter of e century of experience ' Phone for e representative to call and give quotation today the cost is surprisingly small Tues Nov 25 1958 Chesterfield Man " Charged in Theft s r Samuel Junius York 33 of Chesterfield county was arrested yesterday and -charged With grand larceny in connection with the theft of candy valued at $84675 from the R H Hardesty Co - Police arrested York a laborer at the firm’s quarters 'at 1509 Belleville st A hearing was set for today at Police Court ’ ' ' ' (Advertisement) - Don't Noglcct Slipping FALSE TEETH Do falsa I— th ftrop altp or wobblv When you talk aat laugh or aneosef Don't bo annoyed and embarrassed by such handicaps FASTEETH an nlk - Ikaline (non-acid) powder to spite-kle on your plates keeps false teeth more firmly set Oiree confident feeling of security and added comfort No gummy gooey pasty taste or feel- tog Get FASTEETH today at draft! counters everywhere — — Death of '“5 MARSHALL H Marshall v tv IL 1 Be Closed Nov 25 t s v t ' I tike ship bustnest! 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