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Auction ESTATE Sales is is is 84 REAL Auction ESTATE Sales AUCTION SAT. FEB. 6, 2 P.M INDUSTRIAL A 6 ACRES CORNER ELM HILL RD. AND SPENCE LANE 1451 ELM HILL RD. In one of Nashville's best locations and fastest developing industrial areas.

Being located between Murfreesboro Rd. and Lebanon Rd. and only a short distance to the heart of Nashville. Property fronts Elm Hill Rd. 255 Ft.

and fronts Spence Lane 859 Ft. Approximately 395 Ft. across rear. Has remodeled 6 rooms and bath, asbestos shingle home on corner lot. Would be ideal office.

Has large barn and several smaller buildings property. Ideal for contractor's headquarters and yard, salvage yard. Plenty of area to build Industrial Plant, warehouses and countless other types of uses. Now the time to buy, as this good investment type property, and time will enhance its value. Present owner purchased farm.


1-116 Academy St. Nine-room frame home consisting of living room, dining room, kitchen, 6 bedrooms, and bath, automatic gas heat, screened- in front porch. Good home for to large schools family and or easily converted into apartments. Convenient everything. Sale No.

P.M. Directly back of Sale No. One, on Masonic St. Selling 5 homes, each on 50-foot lots, 2 stucco homes side by side, each having 6 rooms and bath, automatic gas heat, screened-in front and back porches. Good condition throughout.

Two frame homes with 4 rooms and bath, automatic gas heat and front porch to each, also in good condition. One 5-room and bath masonry home, partially finished. Due to other a interest, the owner says sell all these homes on the a above date at Absolute Auction to the highest bidder. Terms of cash, balance 15 to 20 years with easy monthly payments. $50.00 FREE $50.00 CLIVE ANDERSON REALTY AUCTION CO.

COL. CLIVE ANDERSON, AUCTIONEER 115 UNION NASHVILLE, TENN. AL 4-8377 WE BUY SELL OR AUCTION HALL REALTY Re AUCTION CO Madison. Tenn UN 8-9011 AUCTIONEERS POI real and personal property call GEO HOWELI Ag SON 5-6981 Death Notices BRIZENDINE- -Friday evening. Jan.

22,, 1960. Mrs. Victoria (Vickie) Evelyn Brizendine. Survived by husband, Charlie Brizendine, two daughters. Mrs.

Mildred Young. Pegram, Mrs. Hazel Crawford. Nashville, two sons. Carl D.

Brizendine, Nashville. Clyde E. Brizendine, Louisville. three grandchildren. Remains rest at the funeral home.

Phillips Robin80n where funeral services will be conducted Monday afternoon at 1 o'clock. by M. Driver, minister. Friends will serve as pallbearers: Interment Spring Hill Cemetery, Phillips Robinson Directors. CLIMER-Friday morning.

Jan. 22. 1960 at A local infirmary. Mr. James Bates Climer.

Survived by wife. Mrs. Ola King Climer: daughter. Mrs. Jessie Farrell, sons, Jimmy Climer.

Nashville. Joe Climer. Cincinnati. Ohio. eleven grandchildren.

17 re a t-grandchildren. Services 10 a.m. Monday from Cosmopolitan funeral home. Rev. James Greer.

Grandchildren and great-grandchildren will serve as pallbearers. Leslie Farrell. Jessie Farrell. Kenneth Climer, Earl Climer. Bradley Whitfield.

Tommy Farrell. Interment Springhill cemetery. Remains at Cosmopolitan funeral home. GRIMES--Friday morning Jan. 22.

1960 at a local Infirmary. Jack Greer Grimes, age 51 years. Survived by wife, Mrs. Mildred H. Grimes.

son. William Robert Grimes, both of Old Hickory. sisters. Mrs. H.

B. Doak. Miss Dorothy Grimes. both of Franklin. Mrs.

James Allen. Nashville, and Mrs. William Ezell. Donelson. brothers.

Ross and Jasper Grimes. both of Franklin. and Searcy Grimes. Arcadia. The remains are at the Madison Funeral Home.

219 Old Hickory where services will be conducted Sunday afternoon at 1:30 o'clock. by Bro. John Holland. Pallbearers: Honorary: Members of supervision and employees of E. I.

Du Pont Cellophane Plant Actve: Shirley Dunlop. Lee Gross L. W. Lynch, James Robertson. Walter Ponder.

Ernie Garrett. Norman Simmons. Cletus Holly. Interment Mt. Hope cemetery.

Franklin, Madison Funeral Home, directors. TW 5-3343. SMITH--Friday afternoon. Jan. 22.

1960. at a local infirmary, Howard G. Smith. Survived by wife, Mrs. Juanita Crump Smith: son.

Michael Glenn Smith: mother, Mrs. Myrtle Smith; sisters, Mrs. Douglas G. Odom, and Mrs. James C.

Welch: brother; Leon B. Smith. Remains are at the chapel of Bracey-Welsh company, 2407 West End ave. where services will be held Sunday afternoon at 2 o'clock, conducted by Charles A. Crouch, and Thomas C.

Whitfield, ministers. Pallbearers: Active, Donald E. Nichols. Robert A. Woodroof, I.

W. Carter. Charles C. Roberts, Mavis DeMontbreun, Herbert M. Ball.

Jack Stefert. William Creech, and Neal Logue: honorary, Employes of Postal Transportation Service. Interment Woodlawn Memorial Park. Bracey-Welsh company, Inc. TURNER- Saturday morning, Jan.

23. 1960, at a local infirmary, Mrs. Amanda Elizabeth Turner, survived by 4 daughters. Mrs. Eva Porter.

Mrs. Lena Capps, Mrs. Bertha Wolfenbarger, all of Nashville, and Mrs. Edith Massengale, Knoxville, 2 sons. Herbert C.

Turner, Nashville, Mack Atyeo. Nashville. Remains rest at Vaughn Funeral Home, Spring City, where funeral services will be conducted Monday morning at 10 o'clock. Interment Camp Austin Cemetery, Morgan County, Phillips Robinson Co Directora. a fore -Mrs.

prowess judge SANTA Target last her she Martha she improved. MONICA, wanted husband's B. Removed a there Calif. Gaylord Wycoff divorce shooting were -UP) said told be- The Taking College Part Scene Superior Students THE NASHVILLE Take a TENNESSEAN, a Sunday Break Morning, Jan. 24, 1960 11-F The 53-year-old housewife that when coff November 25 bullet holes in their home.

Mrs. Wycoff said her husband had a violent temper and at the slightest argument would pull out a pistol and start shooting. "But he missed me," she testifled. The court granted her a divorce. Mountain Crash Kills 1, Hurts 2 CHATTANOOGA -(UPD)- Bobby H.

Mosier of Whitwell, was killed yesterday in a traffic accident on the Suck Creek mountain near here. He was the fifth person killed in traffic accidents on the mountain last week. STATE TROOPERS said Mosier apparently lost control of the car after a cigaret he flipped toward the window landed inside the car. The car hit a tree. Two others in the car, Holland, 21, and Billy Mosier, 21, of Whitwell, were injured.

FOUR PERSONS were killed Tuesday when their car went out of control on the other side of the mountain in Marion county, Yesterday's accident occurred at a spot marked by a white cross where another person died in a similar wreck in October, 1958. George Ellis Conner CENTERVILLE. Tenn. Funeral services for George Ellis Conner, 71, of Duck River, will be at 1:30 today McDonald funeral home, here. officiate.

Burial will be in Shouse cemetery in Williamson county. Mr. Conner died Friday in Baptist hospital, Nashville, after a long illness. He was a former resident of Nashville, where he was a partner in the operation of a cafe. He was a native of Bowling Green, son of Florance and Mattie Jane Simms Conner.

He was a member of the Church of Christ. He is survived by his wife, Mrs. Irene Colson Conner; four daughters, Mrs. Oline Greer, Mrs. Mary Dell Heathcoat, Mrs.

Leara Bell Stewart, and Mrs. Pauline Gooms, Nashville: a sister, Mrs. Willie Davis, Bon Aqua, brothers, Fred Conner, Route 6, Franklin, Porter Conner, Centerville, Howard Conner, Nashville: 15 grandchildren and a great-grandchild. Charles Neal PORTLAND. Tenn.

Services for Charles Neal, 87, of Nashville and formerly of Portland, will be at 2 p.m. today at the Oak Grove Presbyterian church, near here. The Rev. Thomas Pritchard will officiate, and burial will be in the Sharron cemetery. The body is at Wilkinson and Wiseman funeral home.

Mr. Neal, a retired farmer, died Friday night at a Nashville nursing home, where he had lived for the last five years. He was a native of Sumner county, som of George F. and Mary Sharron Neal. He was a member of the Presbyterian church.

Survivors include, a. foster daughter, Mrs. Homer Rippy, Nashville: a sister, Mrs. Maggie Mattox, Paragon, and three brothers, Homer H. and Luther Neal, Indianapolis, Gus Neal, Portland.

Roy Leigh Buck DOVER, services for Roy Leigh Buck, 74, retired commercial fisherman of Cadiz, will be at 10 a.m. today at the Hematite Methodist church, near Golden Pond, Ky. Burial will be in the Hematite cemetery. Mr. Buck died at his home Friday, following a illness.

The body is at the Milligan funeral home here. He was a native of Montgomery county and had lived in Stewart county for several years before moving to Cadiz four years ago. His parents were David and Blanche Howard Buck. He was a member of the Baptist church. Survivors include his wife, Mrs.

Dora Buck; a David Buck, McLean, a brother, I. H. Buck, Clarksville; a sister, Mrs. Mattie Howard, Clarksville; and two grandchildren. Mrs.

Gilbert Hays Robison HENRY, Tenn. Services for Mrs. Gilbert Hays Robison, 87, of Henry, will be at 1 p.m. tomorrow at the Henry Baptist church. The Rev.

Virgil Blankenship will officiate and burial will be in Fodge cemetery, western Henry county. The body is at the home of a daughter, Mrs. Ruth Rayburn, here, where Robison died at 8 p.m. Friday. Born in Carroll county, Mrs.

Robison, former Ella Mae Carpenter, resided in Bruceton until 20 years ago. She was a member of the Baptist church. Surviving are two sons, T. G. Robison, Hollow Rock, and Virgil Robison, Huntingdon, two other daughters, Mrs.

Miller Hill, Waynesville, and Mrs. Ethel Call, of Henry. Aaron R. Crotzer CLARKSVILLE Aaron Roberts Crotzer, 79, a farmer of Hickory Point community, died early yesterday in Nashville General hospital, after an illness of six years. Services will be at 2.

p.m. at Hickory Point Methodist today church. The Rev. George Jones and the Rev. Macon Burke will officiate.

Burial will be in Davidson cemetery. Mr. Crotzer was born in Cheatham county, son of the late James Philip and Lonnie Rinehart Crotzer. He was a member of the Hickory Point Methodist church. He is survived by his widow, Mrs.

Lela Holt Crotzer, a daughter, Miss Lyda Mae Crotzer, Hickory Point. Want Ads get results quickly. Kelly Lishl FLOWERS Green Hills Village, AM 9-5611 In Bid To Excell Peabody Seniors Pursue Independent, Creative Projects By LARRY DAUGHTREY Seven seniors are participating in Peabody college's second annual program for superior students this year, pursuing independent research, experimentation or creative projects. The students must have a quality point rating of 2.5 out of 3.0 or better and must be recommended as having initiative and curiosity. They may receive as much as 12 hours of credit for their special projects and program participation.

Dr. Susan B. Riley, professor of English who serves as chairof the faculty honors committee explained, "The purpose of the honors program is to give students an understanding of outstanding academic achievement and an opportunity to use their full ability in some experience beyond the usual classroom activities. "To carry a project to successful completion requires not only intellectual competency, but also discipline, good powers of organization and curiosity and imagination," she added. The students and their hometowns, major subjects and projects include: MARY ELIZABETH BARNES, Nashville, chemistry -the library and laboratory study of chromatography employing both 1 paper and column methods of separation.

ANNE WALLACE BATES, Centerville, music educamusic in the Renaissance period. ANN CHANDLER BROWN, Cincinnati, history--the interaction between the American Indian of the Northwest and the American Fur company. MARY LEE McCHAREN, Nashville, business educationteaching Gregg shorthand by television. ALICE EUGENIA NEWMAN, Norris, physical education-study and evaluation of dance education in the secondary schools. HELEN POST, Evanston, sociology--the new role of women in Japanese society, WILLIAM MILLER WAD.

DELL, Nashville, English--the book of Job in the Bible. Other members of the faculty committee directing the program are Dr. Clifton L. Hall, Dr. Michael Semanitzky and Dr.

Robert Thomson. New Bible Instructor J. Leo comb ister of Christ ami, join lege next ber as tor in Snow Bachelor Arts from and a of Arts from College. His ment by dent C1 a lias has Lipscomb Changes Lipscomb bler, have Nashville, Macon, worth, positions, Miss alumni-faculty ertson and club -Staff photo by Gerald Holly Dr. Susan B.

Riley, chairman of Peabody college's faculty William Waddell, Ann Chandler Brown, Mary Lee McCharen honors committee, serves some of the students participating in and Alice Newman. The students engage in independent research the college's honors program for superior students. From left are in their fields. Miss Hollingsworth is managing also has been given the copy editor. Billy a Leavell, staff cartoonist, editor post.

Nominated To Who's Who Three of Tennessee State university's 16. straight students for the fall quarter were nominated to "Who's Who Among Students American Universities and Colleges" recently. They are Cleo Johnson of Stanton, Odessa Peterson of Greenville, S. and Franklin J. Henderson of Miami, Fla.

A total of 35 students were nominated, according to Dr. Joseph Payne, dean of stuCents. SIXTEEN STUDENTS earning 4.0 honors were included on the Dean's List for the fall quarter this year, which listed a total of 170 students earning averages of 3.25 to 4.0. Others among the 16 are Alphonso Cartwright of Nashville, Billie Jean Fields and Henry Grinner Jr. of Memphis, Ruth D.

Irving of Chattanooga, William A. Kean of of of of of Louisville, Joseph R. Mack of Knoxville; Loretta T. M. Pittman of Picayune, Irma L.

Ragland of Arlington, Margaret Rhodes and Yvonne A. Roberts of Chattanooga, Walter J. Tardy of Detroit, Robert R. Thomas of Gary, and Barbara L. White of Fort Campbell, Ky.

THE 35 "Who's Who" nominees were Carole he Baltimore, Milton L. Baltimore, Bobbie Billins, Louis Bryson. Barbara. J. Curry, Willie T.

Davis, Brenda Gupton, Richard W. Hatfield. Alvine Crawford, Franklin J. Henderson, Cleo Johnson, Carol E. Kean, Arena M.

King, Bobbie J. Kuykendall, Alfreda S. Latimer, Frederick McCuiston, Hazel Mitchell, Stovall Moore, Elaine Neely, Odessa Peterson, Mary Ruth Pitts, Cupid Poe, Margaret A. Porter, Runas Powers, Harvey Rogers, Yvonne Rodgers, Doris Singleton, Alex Smith, Willie Stewart, Wilbur Suesberry, Alice A. Sumler, Alice J.

Valentine. Leonard Wellington, Samuel Williams and Gwendolyn Wingfield. Masonic Units Install Officers in Stewart DOVER, Tenn. New installed by the two Stewart county chapters of the Order of the Eastern Star and the five Masonic lodges, They are: Indian Mound OES Marie Peacher, worthy matron: Horace Wallace, worthy patron: Georgia Butts, associate matron; Sidney Butts, associate patron; Ora Moore, secretary; Alene Hilmus, treasurer; Pansy Keatts, conductress: Nell Grasty, marshal: Mayme Crockarell, organist: Elrena McGovern, Adah: Orlean Crockarell, Ruth: Augusta Lisenbee, Esther; Maggie Wallace, Martha; Mary Lee Chester, Electa: Ethelyne Peacher, Warder; and A. C.

Moore, sentinel. Iron Mountain OES Louise Watson, worthy matron; Everett Watson, worthy patron: Scytha Allen, associate matron; Douglas Crockarell. associate patron; Blanche Johnson. conductress: Ficrence Crockarell, associate conductress; June Whitford. secretary; William D.

Poling. treasurer; Eva Earheart, chaplain: Ely Ross. marshal; Betty Cherry, organist: Clella Hedges, Adah: Alice Poling, Ruth; Rosa Mae Ross, Esther: Dorotha Hutchison, Martha: Gusta Earheart, Electa: Dorthy Hutchison, Watson, sentinel. warder; and J. W.

Indian Mound Masons-Billy Vaughan, worshipful master: James Austin, senior warden: William Grasty, junior warden; Homer Chester, treasurer; Billy McGregor, secretary; Gilbert Crow, senior deacon, Dennison Smith, junior deacon; Buford Grasty, chaplain: W. H. Wolfe, tiler; Gus Wyatt, senior steward: and Lewis Grasty, junior steward. Billy Peacher is the retiring worshipful master. Iron Mountain Masons Allen.

worshipful master; Everett Watson, senior warden; Bruce E. Sills, junior warden: G. Watson, treasurer: Frazier Riggins, secretary; Russell Ross. senior deacon: J. W.

Hutchison, junior deacon: E. L. Ross. chaplain; Max Whitford. senior steward: G.

S. Watson, junior steward; Whitford, tiler. Marvin is the retiring worshipful master. Moriah Grove -S. L.

Butts. worshipful master; Benard Wofford, senior Livingston Eastern Star Installs New Officers Snow, a David Lipscollege alumnus now minthe Central Church of in will the colfaculty Septeminstruc- Bible. has a degree Lipscomb Master degree Peabody appointPresi- Athens Snow Pul- Snow been approved by the board of directors. in the staff of the newspaper, the Babelevated Nadine King, Carolyn Robertson, and Carol HollingsSavannah, to staff King is now editor of news; Miss Robis associate news editor news reporter; and LIVINGSTON, Loretta Qualle will be installed as worthy matron of the Order of the Eastern Thursday Livingston Star chapter. Other officers are Charles Floyd Qualls, worthy patron; Mrs.

Claryce, Young, associate matron; Mrs. Leilabell Officer, secretary; Mrs. Maymie Bilbrey, treasurer; Mre. Avis Windle, conductress; Mrs. Clarice Keisling, associate conductress.

Appointed officers are Georgia Lee Brown, marshal; Mrs. Gladys Wisner, chaplain; Mrs. Daisy Belle Maynord, organist; Mrs. Joyce Mullinix, Adah; Mre. Joyce Holman, Ruth; Mrs.

Glenna Patton, Esther; Mrs. Coleen Norris, Martha; Mrs. Edna Reeser, Electa; Mrs. Elva Hill, and Bernie Winningham, sentinel. Woodrow Dill Enters Stewart School Race DOVER, Tenn.

Woodrow Dill, Dover merchant, has announced his candidacy for superintendent of Stewart county schools in the Aug. 4 general election. Dill, a city alderman and a director of Dover-Peoples Bank and Trust company, is a graduate Woodrow Dill Former teacher of Murray State college. He taught at Grove high school, Paris, for three years. "I will at all times strive to promote better schools for county and work closely with the board member from each district," Dill said.

He is a deacon in First Baptist church here and served recently as superintendent of the mission Sunday school at Bear Spring. He also has taught Sunday school and Bible classes. He is a member of the Dover Chamber of Commerce. Hamilton Democratic Primary Set April 5 CHATTANOOGA The Hamilton county Democratic executive committee yesterday set the party's county primary for April 5. The committee voted, however, to call off the primary should there be only one candidate in each of the four major races.

The incumbents are Circuit Judge David Tom Walker, Sheriff James Turner, Assessor Hoyt Selcer, and Trustee Joe Richardson. All are expected to seek new terms. The filing deadline was fixed as midnight March 7. None of four as yet has formal opposition, although Bill Richardson, a Chattanooga insurlance broker, has declared his intention to seek the nomination for sheriff. Should the primary be canceled, the primary board would declare the unopposed candidates the Democratic nominees.

Note Golden Wedding W. warden; H. R. Crockarell, junior warden; F. Settle, senior deacon: Vernon Sykes, Junior deacon; J.

C. Parker, treasurer; Rix Dillon, secretary: Buford junior Crutcher, steward: senior H. steward: M. J. B.

Courtney, McGee, Henry Settle, tiler. Lineport lodge- Joe Billy Clark, worshipful master; Kingins, senior warden: James R. Bogard. junior warden: W. C.

Roberts, treasurer; Nova H. Wallace, Lester Myers, senior deacon: Robert Joe Goodson, junior deacon: Dee Poole, chaplain; Herschell F. Wallace, tiler; Thomas Vaughan, senior steward; and Gilbert Castile, junior steward. Charity lodge- Maurice M. Conger, shipful master; Walker, senior warden: Clay B.

Pulley, junior warden; Johnnie P. Stinson, treasurer: William E. Daugherty, secretary; Charley L. chaplain; J. Will Landiss, senior deacon; James B.

Walden. junior deacon: Robert L. Richardson, senior steward: Hugh P. Parker, junior steward; Plummer M. Powers, tiler.

-Photo by Joe H. Shipp CENTERVILLE, Tenn. -Mr. and Mrs. W.

D. Bates of Centerville recently celebrated their 50th wedding anniversary. 35 Midstate Drivers Lose Privileges The state safety department terday announced revocation of 35 Middle Tennessee drivers' licenses and auto tags for violation the state financial responsibility law. Those listed were: Thomas W. Waldo, Midland, accident April 18, revoked Dec.

8. Metha Joe Jones, Trezevant, accident May 26, revoked Nov. 27. Daniel Crosslin, Normandy, accident June 6, revoked Dec. 9.

Oaky Harold Crosslin, Normandy, accident June 6, revoked Dec. 9. Claude Edward Griggs, Waynesboro, accident June 15. revoked Dec. 21.

Kenneth Samuel George, Fayetteville. accident June 24, revoked Dec. 8. James Lawrence Sullenger, Lebanon. accident June 21, revoked Dec.

8. William Roy Henderson Spring field. accident June 24, revoked Dec. 21. Elwood Lacy Neal.

Alexandria, acci- Shelbyville Boy Drowns In River SHELBYVILLE, Tenn. A 13- year-old Shelbyville boy drowned in Duck river here yesterday afternoon when he slipped and fell into the stream from a slanting rock at the water's edge. Dead is Derrill Van Shavers, son of Mr. and Mrs. Marvin L.

Shavers of 217 Dunaway st. THE BODY recovered more than an hour after the accident. A companion, Donnie Nelson, 12, said he and young Shavers had gone to the river for an outing and were preparing to cook meal there when Derrill went onto the rock to get some water. He said he saw Derrell fall. The current was swift and Donnie was unable to go to the rescue of his companion.

DONNIE AND Derrell were Boy Scouts. Funeral services for young Shavers will be at 2:30 p.m. today at Howell-T ps home, with the Rev. Morrell Lee officiating. Burial will be in Willow Mount cemetery.

Derrell was a seventh-grade student at East Side elementary school. In addition- to his parents, he is survived by three sisters, Donna Lynnett, Sharron Ann, and Kathy Rebecca Shavers; a brother, Birle Lee Shavers; his paternal grandmother, Mrs. Georgia Shavers, all of Shelbyville; and his maternal grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Victor Bailey, Tullahoma, Tenn.

Kentucky Increases Truck Speed Limit FRANKFORT, Commissioner Earle Clements has increased the speed limit for trucks at night from 40 to 50 miles per hour. The new limit applies only to U.S. marked highways. Clements, empowered by law to make the change, said it was recommended by the division of traffic and the department of public safety. He said it appears the normal flow of traffic along Kentucky highways is impeded by the night movement of trucks at 40 mph.

The 60 mph limit for cars remains unchanged. Byrdstown Masons Install Officers BYRDSTOWN, Tenn. The Byrdstown Masonic lodge has installed George Savage as worshipful master. Other officers are Dave Hassler, senior warden: James Crockett, junior warden: Herbert Groce, secretary; J. C.

Neal, treasurer; Ancel Beaty, senior Home: Beaty, junior deacon: Russell Stephens and Warren Clark, stewlards, Joe Sells, tiler, and the Rev. Delbert Johnson, chaplain. Eastern Star installed Ruth Beaty The Byrdstown Order of the as worthy matron; the Rev. bert Johnson, worthy patron; Ruth Mitchell, associate matron; Willard Mitchell, associate patron; Iva Sims, conductress; Mattie Hassler, associate conductress; Izetta Holt, secretary; Ancel Beaty, treasurer; Roy Koger, chaplain; Delma Storie, marshal; Johnnie Alline Keisling, organist; Rema Beaty, Ruth; Leoma Beaty, Adah; Claudine Dillon, Ester; Myrtle Brown, Martha; Mary Sims, Electa; Clinton Storie, warder, and 'Hasca Beaty, sentinel. I dent Vernita July 3.

Goodwin revoked Dec. 8. Kincaid. New Providence, accident July 6. revoked Dec.

21. G. G. Morgan. McMinnville, accident July 6.

revoked Dec. 8. Elmer G. Winn. Fayetteville, accident Aug.

8. revoked Dec. John Wiley Sullins Murfreesboro, accident Aug. 15, revoked Dec. Mildred Sullins, Milton, accident Aug.

15. revoked Dec. 7. Clarence Moulton, Springfield, accident Aug. 16.

revoked Nov. 16. Carl Elmer Swan, Summitville, accident Aus. 17, revoked Nov. 17.

Henry Sullivan, Spencer, accident Aus. 18. revoked Nov. Buster Sterling Sullivan. Spencer, accident Aug.

18. revoked Nov. 17. Clarence Long, Lawrenceburg, accident Aug. 19, revoked Nov.

17. Jim McClain, Lawrenceburg, accident Aug. 19. revoked Nov. 17.

James Gordon Simmons. Tullahoma. accident Aug. 20. revoked Dec.

7. Virgil C. Harper, Hartsville, accident Aug. 22, revoked Dec. 7.

Billy C. Harper, Hartsville, accident Aug. 22. revoked Dec. 7.

Fred Baker, Tullahoma. accident Aug. 22. revoked Nov. 18.

Mrs. Fred Baker, Tullahoma, accident Aug. 22, revoked Nov. 18. Ezra A.

Jonse. Cumberland Furnace, accident Aug. 22. revoked Nov. 17.

Richard Howard Jones, Cumberland Furnace, accident Aug 22, revoked Nov. 17. C. B. Lowe, Paris, accident Aug.

22. revoked Nov. 17 James Hopper, Bethpage, accident Aug. 22. revoked Nov.

17. Albert Garner, White Bluff, accident Aug. Arthur 21, revoked Wiggins. Dec. 8.

Crossville, accident Sept. 3, revoked Dec. 8. Sterling Soutbern, Decherd. accident 23.

revoked Dec, 7. H. W. Swan, Decherd, accident Oct. 23, revoked Dec.

7, William Mitchell, Spencer, date of cident not listed. revoked Dec. 1. E. D.

Brooks Gets Portland Bank Post Death Notices THOMPSON Saturday morning At a Jan. local 23, hospital. 1960. Mrs. Mary Rebecca Salle Thompson, mother of Miss Mildred Wharton Thompson, and Mrs.

Warren P. Gray, both of Nashville, sister of Mrs. M. H. Nelson, Chattanooga.

Mrs. A. H. Wallace. Hopkinsville.

2 grandchildren. Services 1 p.m. Sunday. Cosmpolitan Funeral Home, Dr. Frank Drowota.

Pallbearers: Honorary: Frank Gray, John Street, Edward Street. Sr. Richard McGraw Walter S. Wharton, J. E.

Hogan, Ronald Brinkley, Vernon Johnson. Active: A. H. Wallace, Wharton Nelson, Frank Gray, Porter Piercy Radford Sallee, Garrett Sallee, William M. Tate.

Jr. Walter Lovell, Sam Aaron, Charles Moss. George W. Miller, Roy Black, David Gilbert Maplets, Charles Burch. Roy Seigenthaler and A.

H. Wallace, Jr. Interment, Cadiz Cemetery, Cadiz. Ky. Funeral Remains at Cosmopolitan Home.

In Memoriam FRIEDMANN We wish to express our thanks to our many friends and relatives for the kindness and sympathy shown to us during recent death of our mother, Mrs. Alice M. Friedmann. The flowers sent were beautiful and certainly will not be forgotten by us. We wish to thank the Mayor, The Fire and Police Departments and our many friends for the kindness shown to us.

She is gone, but she shall live in our The Family of Mrs. Alice Friedthoughts and memories A forever. mann. HOOPERIn loving memory of Charles J. Hooper who passed away 2 years ago today Jan.

I have lost my soul's companion, A life linked with my own, And day by day I miss you more. As I walk through life alone. Sadly missed by wife, Addie Lee and Children. White Card of Thanks NICHOLS The Family of Floyd Allen Nichols, wishes to thank their many Friends and Neighbors for their kindness shown them during the illness and death Loved One. WIFE and CHILDREN.

Colored Card of Thanks BERRYThe Family of the late Mrs. Mabel Rogers Berry, (Mrs. D. Wellington Berry) wishes to thank and press appreciation for all floral designs. sympathy cards.

telegrams. and all acts of kindness shown during the lost of their beloved mother. The Jones, Berry and Hildebrand Families. FANNINGThe family of the late Mr. Thomas Fannings, wishes to thank their many friends for the floral tributes.

cards of condolence, telegrams, and expressions of sympathy shown during their bereavement. They are especially grateful to the staff of Employees of St. Thomas Hospitals for their deeds of kindness. Wife. Mrs.

Christine Fannings. and Family, LEWISWe wish to thank our many friends for every act of kindness. floral designs. telegrams. cards.

during the death of our loved one. Jeff D. Lewis. Mrs. Minnie Lewis family Brother Sister -in-law.

READ WANT ADS FOR RESULTS PORTLAND, Tenn. E. D. Brooks has been named cashier of Farmers bank here, and R. W.

Enders has been re-elected senior cashier. The board of directors also reelected G. W. Venters, president and J. V.

Kerley, vice president. The board named Mrs. E. D. Brooks, Mrs.

G. Denning and Douglas Lear as asistant cashiers. James Leroy Wilkinson was appointed a new director. Other directors are Paul West, Charles A. Roney, J.

B. Donoho and Charles L. Dye. The board re-elected J. M.

Wilkinson as cashier of the White House branch of the bank and named Mrs. Imogene Swift, assistant cashier and Mrs. Peggy Hester, head bookkeeper. Brooks has been associated with the bank here since 1923. He has served as assistant vice president for many years.

13 Public Nurses Will Study Heart HUNTINGDON, Tenn. Public health nurses from 13 West Tencounties will study cardionessee vascular diseases at an in-service training meeting here Wednesday. The subject will be "Physiology, Anatomy and Terminology of the Heart." Public health nurses of Benton, Carroll, Chester, Decatur, Gibson, Dyer, Hardin, Henderson, Henry, Madison, McNairy, Wayne, and Weakley counties will attend the all-day session in the Huntingdon Public Health department. Dyersburg Jaycees Honor President DYERSBURG, Tenn. (P) The Jaycees Friday night selected their own president as Dyersburg's outstanding young man of 1959.

Billy G. Pearson, 30, also was the man who picked the judges and presided at the awards banquet. He knew everything about the banquet except who won. The awards committee had kept it a secret. Billy Lee Hooper, 27, won the outstanding young farmer award.

A bachelor, he farms in partnership with his brother. Henry Committee Named To Study Tax Payments PARIS, Henry county committee has been named to negotiate with the city of Paris on sharing in-lieu-of-t a payments paid to the city by the Paris Board of Public Utilities. Quarterly court members named to the committee by Judge Ellis Carter are H. Walters, M. D.

Valentine, Jesse Muse Jr. The committee will work with Judge Carter and the county attorney, I Charles Montgomery..

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