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The Charlotte Observer from Charlotte, North Carolina • 25

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1100 1 1 I I Thr Charinitr Olbartivr JULY 11 1954 SUNDAY Deaths And Funerals In The Carolinas De Eisenhower's 1 Sister-In-Law Dies At 49 AT TALBOT'S STURDY -HAIIDSOME REDWOOD OD Mrs Shackelford! A Denofrio Earl Goodwin Last rites for Mrs Jesse Clin- STATESVILLE July 10 UPI WADESBORO July 10 Funerton Shackelford 67 of 2147 AvonIPatrick Anthony Denofrio 48 aa1 services for Earl Jackson Good-dale Ave who died early yesten! former golf professional died to-lwin 43 electrical supply dealer of day morning in a local hospitaldaY I in Iredell Memorial HospitallLilesville who was mysteriously will hp hpiti tptinu at 9 rt I toll bnacKenora 67 of 2147 Avon-1--- I --7---- dale Ave who died early iratr-ic-k--A-n- 13-e--n-'ofri7o- -4-8' aa1 services for Earl Jackson Good- yester-' day morning in a local hospital former golf professional died to-lwin 43 electrical supply dealer will be held today at 2 at day in fredell Memorial HospitaIlLilesville who was mysteriouslyWife le St a a Bi SETS Is I STATE COLLEGE Pa July 10 0f(R1---Mrs Milton Eisenhower of the president of PennsylMcEwen West Chapel Dr Jos- here He had been ill eight monthsshot yesterday near Norwoodlvania State University died today eph Owen of Hawthorne Lane Denofrio was a golf pro at High will be held at 8 pm Sunday mat at her campus residence She Methodist Church will officiate 1Point Country Club at High Pointplesville Methodist Church Bur-1 Graveside services will be held' and at Sedgefield Country Clublial will be in the church cemeoul have been 50 on Aug 14 Monday at 2 at Shadowlawnlat Greensboro before coming hereitery Mr Goodwin is survived by Dr Eisenhower youngest broth-Cemetery at Lawrenceville Ga in 1928 to serve as pro at theihis wife Pearl Surratt Goodwin er of President Eisenhower and The body will be sent to Law- Statesville Country Club until daughter Charlotte Ella his Jhe couple's son Milton Jr 23 renceville tonight from McEwen when he entered the Army Since father Lonnie Goodwin all of Liles! were at her side Funeral Home his return here from the Army ville five sisters including Mrs' Ruth 15 is attending summer Mrs Shackelford was born May in 1946 he has been a bookkeeper Lela Anton of Charlotte and six camp at Rock Ledge Vt 1 VIRT in invircnn Cntintu rz Survivors include the widow the 1 brothers 1 A university sonkesman said Cemetery at Lawrenceville Ga in nza to serve as pro at the The body will be sent to Law- Statesville Country Club until 1944 reneeville tonight from Mc Ewen when he entered the Army Since Funeral Home his return here from the Army Mrs Shackelford was born May 1946 he has been a bookkeeper in 1 1887 in Jackson County Ga urvivors include the widow the brothers A university spokesman said to le 1 I 4rnolv 21 Just the thing to beat the heat of indoor eating You can use this ss ''t 0: table to enjoy outdoor eating on iz 1 your patio lawn or porch Made cs' 1 of sturdy California Redwood that '411 will add beauty to your home peat the heat of )u can use this tdoor eating on or porch Made a Redwood that your home )- 1 I "1" 'g 1 i '-'t''' -404 C47 Howard Gold death was caused by a blood clot Mrs Eisenhower suffered an at A I-4 -1 4'4 i-t0 k''' 1 ''''J 3' -s 1 Atf-A)k 10k i '141 ''4g 1 i '1 i''' Coop 4 1) if Ay ''S 0 1 I 4 1 "'41 i 8 'NO i4' leAtiNt Oillfk: 4: to 117S'2' is-4 -s- f-l 1 tb'' if'l -''''4 16-FT TRESTLE TABLE WITH TWO BENCHES TABLE WITH 4CHES FEW I of Greer DENOFRIO A of St a tesville DOBBINS David of Mount Airy BRASSFIELD of Raleigh LONG Bynum of Gastonia BROWN Ca Ilie a of West Jefferson BOOTH Frank of Newton YARBOROUGH Lowell of Shelby STONE Joel of Fairmont ISENHOUR Cynthia Diane of Hickory BASS Claude of Fairmont MELTON Lawrence of Hartsville SMITH Mrs Fannie of Mullins RADER Jonas Avery of Marion DIX Mrs Annie of Fayetteville GIBSON William Luther of Dillon CALL Aaron of North Wilkesboro DAVIS Arthur of Mount Airy BROWDER Mrs Carrie of Arcadia Fla HARTSELL Mrs Eliza of Albemarle HAYWARD Edward 1 of Mt Gilead HERNDON Mrs Cora of Chapel Hill THOMPKINS Clarence of Conway BRYANT Mrs Julia of Mullins ROGERS Mrs Sallie of Fair Bluff WILES Creally of North Wilkesboro FEW DENOFR St a tesville DOBBINS Airy BRASSFI LONG tonia BROWN Jefferson BOOTH I ton YARBORt of Shelby STONE ISENHOU of Hickory BASS Cla MELTON Hartsville 5 SMITH Mullins RADER Marion DIX Mr! Fayetteville GIBSON Dillon CALL Aa Wilkesboro DAVIS Ar Airy BROWDEI Arcadia Fla HARTSELl Albemarle HAYWARE Mt Gilead HERNDON Chapel Hill THOMPKII of Conway BRYANT Mullins ROGERS Fair Bluff WILES North Wilkes' ti)o al rt ly lti is 7 (E former the daughter of the late Martha Louise Poole of James ant: Eva Martin She had lived Salisbury The body will be re in Charlotte five years and was a to Rye Denotrio's member of Hawthorne Lane Meth birthplace for burial odist Church Surviving Mrs Shackelford are Lila Pappas to daughters Miss Louise Lila Angelia Pappas four-year-Shackelford of the home and Mrs old daughter of Mr and Mrs Eula Mae Manos of Akron Ohio Mike Pappas died at her home and a son Jesse Shackelford here 2001 Weyland Ave yesterof Laurens a brother day morning after a long ill-Emory Martin of Quitman Ga ness three grandchildren and a num- She was born Oct 1 1949 at ber of nieces and nephews Fitzgerald Ga and had lived The family will be at the home at Charlotte with her parents of Mrs Kate Crowe at 915 Ideansince May She was a member Way of St Patrick's Catholic Church Surviving in addition to her 'Mrs Addle Grilnes parents are a brother Michael Last rites for Mrs Addie May of the home and her maternal Conrad Grimes 73 of 2041 grandparents Mr and Mrs 'Fifth St who died Friday in a Clark of Fitzgerald local hospital will be held today The body was sent to the Paulk at 2:30 tn at Harry and Bry- Funeral Home at Fitzgerald from ant Chapel in the Oaks Dr John Hankins-Whittington a I Crigler will officiate Another Home here last night Funeral service will be held at 4:30 services will be held sometime' at Pilgrim Lutheran Church at Monday with burial in Evergreen Lexington The Rev Olin Sink of Cemetery at Fitzgerald I Holy Trinity Lutheran Church of Charlotte will officiate and burial Frank Selzer Sr I will be in the Pilgrim Church Frank Setzer died Sr 0 le Cemetery II c111 rt rti qntlirrintr nf a rtinri' pm Iscu Lu illc IN I JJULIVIL 110 birthplace i or burial Lila Pappas Lila Angelia Pappas four-year- old daughter of Mr and Mrs Pappas died at her home here 2001 Weyland Ave yester- morning after a long ill- ness She was born Oct 1 1949 at Fitzgerald Ga and had lived at Charlotte with her parents since May She was a member of St Patrick's Catholic Church Surviving in addition to her parents are a brother Michael1uPnict of the home and her maternal grandparents Mr and Mrs Clark of Fitzgerald body was sent to the Paulk Home at Fitzgerald from Hankins-Whittington a I Home here last night Funeral services will be held Monday with burial in Evergreen Cemetery at Fitzgerald 1 Frank Setzer Sr I Frank Setzer Sr 50 died at 5:30 Saturday at a 7-FT TRESTLE TABLE WITH '1014 TWO BENCHES CV5 ACM TABLE WITH qCHES Iits sHELsv July of North I Gold SO: tack of virus pneumonia last week Washington street in Shelby 1 but was reported in good condition who woo to a ister of Gov William' Tuesday Umstead's wife died et Shelby Hoo- on oy her physician Dr Pital Friday evening following a stroke'jOhll Light Inoco): rhneorntirneg AupnaltniveunofionConsyseprtsiemo The former Helen Eakin Mrs Church community in Cleveland County Eisenhower was born in ManhatMike anlhadGoldvedonienraStheedibyGofydr ks 'tan Kan Surviving are her w- upholstering business and was connected ents Mr and Mrs Leroy Eakday with Palmer Mortuary as an embalmerlin of Washington and three He was a graduate of Cruptonlone 'brothers John Eakin Wash- School of Embalming in Tennessee He was a member of Ascension Lutherlington: Leroy Jr and Glenn wSahse I ha iaeu thelnaaanata tanndthaeE both of Falls Church Va state Guard during World War IT He is Dr Eisenhower was named Penn uorlvdiveidoubrysohnis walfeiraNtilLso nN orvea 11)raovor 1 State president in 1950 He had crs three sisters and his mother been president of Kansas State Funeral services will be conducted i College before that Sunday he il daty att a ce Paul Cobb co Lutheran herf an fi Mrs Eisenhower served as host- ciating assisted by the Rev John to the President and the First retire Interment will be in Sunset Cein' etery The body will remain at Palmer last la year when they spent Mortualy until time for the services two days at the Penn State cam-The pus She also accompanied her bus-Funeral pi Few band last summer on an extended goodwill tour of South America on 12 GREER July 10-1 Few: father of Few president of behalf of the President sometimeliggen and Myers Tobacco-Co died The Eisenhowers were married Friday at his residence 1201 on Oct 12 1927 Ile was a resident of Greer for 72 Funeral services will be held years and wan a member of Memorial The Eisenhowers were married on Oct 12 1927 Funeral services will be held ''titPJ- 9 laz LARGE SELECTION $2995 $3495 PH 3-5831 7-B 7-B $2995 $3495 Notti 1st 11' sill44 we AIN IIIII It- iu )J 1:1 PH 3-5831 444'' Illt I wit ilk los INK'S 4 itigmleZ lo UMBRELLAS Enjoy outdoor living with one of these beautiful umbrellas You can spend many lazy hours on your lawn or patio They are in many different colors and prices that we know will please you 1141hoot-1 e- 1 A 41 le at iii it Ito 04 10 -)k '0A ta elt lAtethochst Church i 1 uusudy Surviving are six sons Few of 1 In Washington White House offi- rYeeonrskiorNo YN c''r Vvittgaemne said Mrs Eisenhower was a pm Char- fif Travelers Rest James Few of favorite of the President They add-toile hospital He was born July Greer Marion Few of Kinfaou str7iausanhd l' cc! they were unable to say im- 7 1904 in Charlotte the son of ItJeorsseltrA Few of A Smith of Greer eer Mr 1 mediately whether her death would the late George and Janie Frances Ed a rdsof Gtvenv tile Mrs A alter his plans to attend the gov Tuesday In Washington White House officials said Mrs Eisenhower was a favorite of the President They add $995 PRICED FROM Charlotte Listed Among Top NC Medical Centers Char Top IPorch or Lawn Tables $295 Up I 41 Paddison of Smithfield and ernors Dorsey Selzer His wife was the 0 conference at Bolton Land- Ploksins of Lancaster': one former Edith Walters of Char- sister Miss Ellie Few of Greer IV ing NY on Monday lotte grandchildren and five great-arandchil He is survived by four este rivii ceo'clock i beet ht eh led WMoon oct -1111 II a If on Doll ars including Frank Jr of the Air 'Mortuary in Greer conducted by the 1 1 1 Patrick Burial will be in Willett To Youth Force in Korea Judy Beverly Rev wood Cemetery Robert Kelly Selzer and Edith UTICA July 10 (AI-- Dr 1Virginia Selzer all of the home 1 I Gambrell Hugh Shaw former city health including rranK sr ot the Air Force in Korea Judy Beverly Robert Kelly Setzer and Edith Virginia Setzer all of the home Virginia Setzer all of the home Gambrell Bev Patrick Burial will be in 11 tiled To Youth Edeewood Cemetery UTICA July 10 Dr! Gambrell 1111 gh IT Shaw former city health TAU TFURNITURE COMPANY JRE NY 0 officer who died Oct 20 1953 left an estate with a net value of $522222 according to an op-ton praisal filed in the surrogate's office yesterday About half a million was bequeathed to a grand-nephew Victor Shaw Evans Spartanburg a student iat the University of Virginia Funeral services for Mrs Enoch Wednesday of weBrealtohne who died I Thursday C' ton Her daushterimlaw Mrs (lent Gambrel! of New York the former Miss Sarah Belk of Charlotte attended the services Mrs Gambrell was a native of Belton and wis" sufror formerly Llvtiltiilriritaer Gambrel! and Charles Gam' brell Itiril New York City Smythe Gamhrell and Barmore Gambrel! of Atlanta Ga and Funeral services for Mrs Enoch Gambrel' of Belton who died Wednesday were held Thursday at Bel- Her daughter-in-law Mrs Charles Gambrel' of New York the former Miss Sarah Belk of Charlotte attended the services Mrs Gambrel' was a native of Belton and was formerly Miss Marty Latimer She is survived by four sons William Gambrel! and Charles Gambrel' of New York City Smythe Gambrel' and New Yorg utty bmytne uamnreit ana Barmore Gambrel! of Atlanta Ga and Charlotte has been listed as one Lancaster the bulletin says of four "prime-primary" medi- there are 595 doctors including cal centers located in North retired physicians interns and Carolina residents Of these 250 are gen- The listing is carried in the cur- eral practitioners 59 are classi- one sister Mrs Lester Wil- rent bulletin issued by the Bureau fied as "part time specialists" son of Cleveland Ohio a half of Medical Economic Research of1213 are full-time specialists brother Aubrey Setzer of New the American Medical Associ- Charlotte and Raleigh are two York and one granddaughter ation of the 16 cities classed as "prime- Services will be held at 11 am A "prime-primary" medical primary" centers in which there Monday at Harry and Bryant center is defined in the bulletin I are no medical schools Chapel in the Oaks conducted as one where every type of medi The bulletin also notes that by the Rev Lee Tuttle of the cal treatment and surgery are "there appear to be an unusually First Methodist Church and Dr available large number of primary centers Boyd former pastor of There are 88 such centers in in North Carolina-40 centers for the Westminister Presbyterian the United States 12 areas or a mean of 33 corn- Church Burial will be in Oaklawn Charlotte's "medical trading pared with a national average of Cemetery area from which 14" Mr Selzer was reared in Char one sister Mrs Lester Wilson of Cleveland Ohio a half brother Aubrey Setzer of New York and one granddaughter Services will be held at 11 am Monday at Harry and Bryant Chapel in the Oaks conducted by the Rev Lee Tuttle of the First Methodist Church and Dr Boyd former pastor 01 Charlotte has of four "primo cal centers Carolina The listing is rent bulletin issi of Medical Ecor the American ation A "prime-pr center is define as one where ev cal treatment available There are 88 the United State Charlotte's are COR 4TH COLLEGE a daughter Dr Mary Gambrel! head of the history department at Hunter College in New Yolk Mlommoloommomou :4 Willie Hudson A13 AYS kif 4 ID R1LV 0 patients all or part of 22 counties with a 1950 population of 768900 In the Charlotte served area which includes Gastonia Concord Shelby Rock Hill and patients part of 22 cour population of 76 In the v'hich includes cord Shelby Ro Most of the "extra" primary centers are found in the Charlotte and Winston-Salem area A primary center is one which forms a source of medical care in relation to surrounding towns lotte and attended the Fishburn Military Academy at Waynesboro Va For the last 19 years he had been associated with the Southland Life Insurance Co He was a member of the First Methodist Church IN THE SERVICE IN TO TAKE ILDUFJ TAGE OF THESE BIG TRADE-1N ALLOWANCES ES! ROCK HILL July In Willie Hudson died early this morning at a local hospital after an illness of several months Funeral services will he conducted at 4 Sunday from West End Baptist Church by the Rev Thomas Haggai pastor Interment will follow in Laurel wood Cemetery The body will be at Bass Funeral Home until 3 rn Sunday when it will be taken to the church to await the hour of the services Mr Hudson was born and reared In Darlington the son of the late Mr and Mrs Tom Hudson of Darlington He came to Rock Hill 35 years ago and was an employe of Arcade Mill until his re tirement a year ago He was twice mar tied first to Miss Mary Brown who died in 1930 His second marriage was In Mrs Jenny Bolin Johnson in 1932 Mr Hudson was a member of West End Baptist Church of Rock Hill Survivors include his wife three sons Hudson of Darlington and Carl Hudson both of Rock Hill two daughters Mrs Ruby Robinson and Miss Doris Hudson of Rock Hill four step sons Chester Ham of Darlington Henry Ham of Lamar Raymond Bolin and Bolin both of Rock Hill two step daughters Mrs Marie Mixon of Timmons ville and Mrs Lessie Snipes of Rock Hill three brothers Lee Hudson of Timmons-vine and Arthur and Gary Hudson both of Hartsville and 16 grandchildren Mrs Corley 'Mrs Corley of Newberry sister of Mrs Scott Jr of 2213 7th St Charlotte died last night at her home Funeral arrangements were incomplete last night Daniel Harris Daniel Harris of Lawrenceville Ga father of James A Harris of Sardis Lane died MILTON JONES husband of Mrs Imogene Jones of 1814 Berryhill Rd recently has been promoted to the rank of corporal and is serving with the Army at Ladd Air Force Base Fairbanks Alaska MILTON JON Mrs Imogene 1 Berryhill Rd rt promoted to the and is serving Ladd Air Force Alaska (OFFER POSITIVELY EXPIRES THURSDAY JULY 15TH) IT'S SO EASY TO OWN A NEW TAPPAN The son of Andrew Stutts of 1619 IV Trade St the soldier is a radio operator in the Eighth Regiment's Second Battalion Head-I quarters PFC ROBERT IV TODD whose mother lives at 628 Kent St recently spent a seven-day rest and recuperation leave at 'Hakata Japan He normally is 'stationed with the 24th Infantry Division's 21st Regiment in Korea RICHARD DRADDY aviation machinist's mate airman of 1121 Dade St recently reported for duty at the Nval Air Station at Norfolk Va Draddy who attended Central High School enlisted in the Navy in March 1953 PFC HAYWOOD STEVENSON son of Mr and Mrs Will Stevenson of 1119 Hill St is serving with the supply section of headquarters squadron of Marine Air Control Group 2 a unit of the First Marine Aircraft Wing in Korea MR ELIZA HARTSELL ALBEMARLE July Eliza Ann Hartsell 90 died this afternoon at her home in the Locust community Stanfield Et 2 following a lengthy illness Mrs Hartsell was the daughter of the late Rev and Annie Mourne Hartsell of StanlY County Surviving are three daughters and two brothers Funeral services will be Sunday at 3:30 o'clock at Locust Presbyterian Church con ducted by the pastor the Rev Craw ford White Burial will be in the church cemetery JONES GOOMIS JONES The range shown here is among the world's finest and most beautiful It makes cooking a joy and is so easy to keep clean The beautiful chrome lined vasualite oven allows you to watch your foods cook to your satisfaction The control-Jo heat chrome head burners ore GUARANTEED FOR LIFE So is the oven bottom the three in one top burners give you a selection of cooking speed that you will enjoy using If it is flexibility durabilty low first cost and practically no upkeep you are looking for then you will wont this Tappan Range Come in today or telephone us---5z1721 TAPPAN CAS RANGE $28495 LESS TRADE-IN UP TO 5000 CYNTHIA DIANE ISENHOUR HICKORY July services for Cynthia Mane Isenhour infant dattah ter of Mr and Mrs Benjamin Isenhour of Brookford were held this afternoon at the chapel of the Hickory Funeral Home Burial was in the old St Paul's Lutheran Church Cemetery The child died a local hospital Friday night about five hours after birth She in survived by her parents two sisters a brother and two half sisters 0' 10 "110 04' -i r1-- 4 1p ttuie FRANK ELVERKON BOWER NEWTON July rites for Frank Elverkon Booth 83 one of Catawba's oldest citizens were held at 10 am today at Catawba Baptist Church with the Rev A Waters of Denver the Rev A Lackey of Charlotte and the Rev A Lynch of Catawba offidating Mr Booth died unexpectedly Thursday morning: Born in Wake Courtty he was a son of the late Rev Booth a Baptist minister and Mrs Booth He wait employed bY the Southern Railway Co as railway agent from 1890 to 1937 and was agent at Catawba from 1901-1937 when he retired from active service Mr Booth was a member of the Catawba Baptist Church a Mason and a Shriner He was married to the Former Miss Lillian Sleuman of Catawba who died in 1944 Surviving are one son Dr Hubert Booth of Cataw'ha Miss Eugenia Booth faculty Neck Conover great-grandchildren Long centurY 9:12 at years by ARP! Ceme- former sons He with $23495 YOUR COST Limited Time Meeting Held By Plumbers Your Down Payment $2638 Including Iltttaltation Your Monthly Payments 904 JOHN GOOMIS airman third class husband of Mrs Eugenia Goomis of 1100 Canterbury Rd is being trained as a cable-man specialist at Warren Air Force Base Wyoming Warren is rear Cheyenne PVT BRUCE ABERNATIIY on of Mr and Mrs Abernathy of 4328 Monroe Rd has been assigned to Company of the 506th Airborne Regiment for basic training at Fort Jackson PFC FLOYD PHARR son of Thomas Gormley of 429 Carmel St recently participated in Operation Rainfall the 187th Airborne Regimental Combat Team's first training maneuver since it arrived in Japan from Korea last October Pfc Pharr is an ammunition bearer in Company SGT ALFRED LORD JR whose parents live at Charlotte Rt 4 is a squad leader in the military police platoon of the 1137th Airborne Regimental Combat Team and recently participated in the unit's training exercise in Japan PVT nu A STUTTS whose wife Anna lives at 1922 Pegram St is serving with the Fourth Infantry Division in Germany JOHN GI third class hush genia Goomis of Rd is being tra man specialist Force Base Wyo rear Cheyenne PVT BRUCE on of Mr and nathy of 4328 AI been assigned to the 506th Airhorr basic training al PFC FLOYD Thomas Gormley St recently pude tion Rainfall the Regimental Coml training maneuve ed in Japan fr October Pfc Pl munition bearer SGT ALFRED whose parents li Rt 4 is a squal military police 1137th Airborne bat Team and rec ed in the unit's in Japan PVT rAuL A wife Anna lives St is serving Infantry Divisior Youth Badly Hurt of the Newton-Conover schools far' Mrs Hancock of Scotland i 1 Idiroepee neheadv etrw two ill Cultill 1 fr Scrape over Pear lel In Ac grandchildren Van Landingham 20 of 550 Brookhill Rd was seriously GASTONljei wounded about midnight last night174 resident of Gastonia for half a in a cutting scrape at a died in a local hospital at am today He had been serioush Tryon street eating place for six weeks The funeral will be Police officers said Van Landing-13 Wm Sunday at First ARP Chu ham received cuts on the head Ijiftevwacierseneeeldoeir H40e ye left side and back He was taken City wilt conduct the service asseee i to Good Samaritan Hospital for Grier of Pisgah AI Church Burial will be in Oakwood Ce He leaves his wife the for A search was under way for Van Dora Brvie Foy a daughter three a 1andingham's assailant who fled waasbroathen retired of Shy the scene after the fight The in- Xhertyville High Sohnoly He waeleter cident occurred in the parking lot1Long Brothers in Gastonia for 16 ye I of a drive-in grill at 2640 with hereforlieirkyiene-ra Furni ermStrOng three daughters of the Newton-Conover schools Mrs Hancock of Scotland rind Mrs Paul A Kopenhaver of four grandchildren and two BYNUM LONG GASTONIA July BYIIIIM 74 resident of Gastonia for half a died In a local hospital at am today He had been seriously for six weeks The funeral will be 3 Wm Sunday at First ARP Church where Mr Long wag an eider 40 The Rey Carson of Bessemer City will conduct the service assisted Dr Grier of Pisgah Church Burial will be in Oakwood (cry He leaves his wile the Dora Brvie Foy a daughter three a brother and five grandchildren was a native of Shelby and attended Chertyville High Sohool He was 1 1 Ithen with lienkin-Armstrone Furniture I MODEL PITKV662 IT'S FUNCOOKING ON A HARDWICK GAS RANGE ONOWIt" Wf 1ft 0NO0 CHARLESTON July 10 (4'1--The quarterly meeting of the North and South Carolina State Association of Steamfitters and Plumbers was held here today with 61 members attending Ad dressing the luncheon meeting at Henry's restaurant were State Rep Nathaniel Cabell and Oliver Wallace master in equity All officers including A Fowler of Columbia president and Bob Roberts Charlotte vice president were re-elected Local 470 Steamfitters and Plumbers (AFL) was host The next meeting will be held in Charlotte October 9 dri- I I Death Sits On Guard Rails Of Mecklenburg's Bridges This la the finest range Hardwick builds You ean pay more but you can't buy better cooking performance 1 Famous littionotrel burners Greg AlitTletelit A 211IPTTTM11 2 Ores bottom for ht a Its leered best even with MP'S window mid light 6 litandoom built hi elork with tour hour timer boittlo lour litieliatte toe tett glow throughout the luxuries ilium panel IL AMA eat mokeless broiler Leek typo valves and many mere In feature Wm loomereee to Net here Just emote ao4 goo toe yeomen oe telephoto los 4-1-M1 Hardwick Gas Range $24995 Less Trade-In Lip To 5000 YOUR COST S19995 1 rr WIL VI a LIMITED TIME al IMF tr) 0 0 fiovOcastot ct IN etElytt up recommendations for improving the North Carolina The Mecklenburg death traps will likely come in for full attention on this survey How much will it cost to clear away the bad spots in the whole state? Nobody knows but unoff daily the figure $400 million has been mentioned I 1 Down Payment Including Installation $2278 Monthly Payment 774 I 1 I dEN gin 001 I) I I 6 tb1StInClit'e memorials CAROLINA MARBLE AND GRANITE WORKS PHONE 3-9651 3200 BOULEVARD CHARLOTTE A 'ride 11 Terrell Fridell 4 MARBLE AND GRANITE WORKS PHONE 3-9651 3200 BOULEVARD CHARLOTTENC A Fridell Terrell Fridell 4 6 Mem CARO FUNERAL SERVICE OF CHARLOTTE DAVE BRISENDINE Manager PHONE 4-6421 OF CHARLOTTE DAVE BRISEND1NE Manager PHONE 4 6421 Continued From Page 1B car coming into the bridge may hit the hump and find himself jumping like a jackrabbit There is a bridge almost like the Pineville structure up in Mallard Creek The approaches are down steep but straight hills The young bloods of the community often have been tempted to see how' fast they could take this bridge A few didn't make it The state took over the highway system in 1931 and since has been trying to bring the system to a point of efficiency at which it oculd take care of the ever-in 'creasing demands of traffic Authorities yesterday said they have grass cutting crews at work in the county and in a few weeks bridge approaches should be cleared of growth On the state level there is a firm of consultants now at work picking out bad spots and have neen temptea to see now bridge fast they could take this A few didn't make it The state took over the highway system in 1931 and since thei-has ben trying to bring the system to a point of efficiency at which i oculd take care of the ever-it n- icreasing demands of traffic Au- thorities yesterday said they have grass cutting crews at work in the county and in a few weeks bridge approaches should be clear ed of grow state level there is a th On the firm of consultants now at work picking out bad spots and Douglas and Sing Mortuary Funeral Director: Ambulance Service 1335 Elizabeth Ave Phone 2-4131 Karl (Bill) Miller Marcus Kernes Harold Todd Fine Monumental Work SCOGGINS klEkdOEIAL AEI SHOPS 730 th St Phone 2 4354 MODEL IN 75-G26 you can depend on OPEN sATuBDAT 2317 Thrift Rood uNTIL NOON I Phone 51721 I 4 A Fine N' SAtr 1 Monumental 1 111P i Work 0 SCOGGINS 'MODEL 111 0 a Douglas and Sing Mortuary Gas Service klEkdOEIAL fr'' Funeral Director: Ambulance Service AEI SOPS you can depend 1 'e 1335 Elizabeth Ave Phone 2-4131 on OPEN SATURDAY 1 I A Karl (Bill) Miller Marcus Kernes Harold Todd 730 eth St Phone 3 231 7 Thrift Rood -4354 uNTIL NOON Phone 5-1721 i i -goi----------------- i 444 0 a 0 adtitalneMbA a a a.

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