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1 -day judiciary hearing ends on Lanier's future as a judge DYERSBURG, Tenn. (AP) The Court of the Judiciary concluded a two-day hearing yesterday on the proper discipline for Judge David Lanier, convicted of violating the civil rights of five women. Lanier was found guilty Dec. 18 of forcing himself on the women at his Dyer County Courthouse office. The judicial court, which disciplines state judges, is considering whether Lanier broke judicial ethics.

Two of Lanier's convictions were felonies. He faces up to 25 years in prison when sentenced by U.S. District Judge Jerome Turner. Sentencing is scheduled for March 26. That will be before the Court of the Judiciary issues its findings, said Jerry Scott, the court's presiding judge.

The ruling will be filed with the state Supreme Court clerk's office. Lanier has asked for a new trial. Turner is expected to take up that question at sentencing. Lanier represented himself before the court, a panel made up of court officials and citizens. He called several character witnesses who told the panel Lanier was known in the community for his truthfulness.

Lanier was not allowed to argue the facts of the criminal case. The Court of the Judiciary can recommend Lanier be removed from his office, but only the legislature can do it. Under Tennessee law, it would be up to the House to impeach Lanier. If such a bill was passed by the House, a Senate trial would be held after the legislature recessed its current session. Lanier will have the opportunity to appeal any recommendation made by the Court of the Judiciary.

Sen. Steve Cohen and Rep. Carol Chumney, both Memphis Democrats, have sent Lanier a letter asking him to resign. 2 newspapers win in appeals court Associated Press A federal appeals court in Cincinnati has rejected a lawsuit by a Chattanooga weekly publication that accused the city's two daily newspapers of illegally trying to monopolize the market. News Weekly Systems which began publishing a weekly Chattanooga newspaper in December 1986, alleged that The Chattanooga Times and the Chattanooga News- Free Press violated the federal Sherman Antitrust Act.

The 6th U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals on Tuesday unanimously upheld U.S. District Judge James Mary Loggins teacher, spent CHARLOTTE, Tenn. Mary Loggins Stuart was an old-fashioned English teacher who administered large doses of Shakespeare and grammar to her students at Charlotte High School. She began her teaching career in small rural schools in Dickson County in 1921, the year she graduated from high school.

She commuted to Murfreesboro by train when she enrolled in 1922 at Middle Tennessee Normal School, precursor to Middle Tennessee State University. She taught i in the Dickson County school system for most of the next J.R. Boren, 62, Route 3, McMinnville, a Church of Christ minister, died yesterday, River Park Hospital, McMinnville. Services 2 p.m. today, McMinnville Funeral Home.

Survivors: wife, Ruth Bowman Boren; daughter, Nancy Hayes, McMinnville; two grandchildren. Homer Lee Daniel, 77, 1302 Old Estill Springs Road, Tullahomma, a retired railroad engineer, died Wednesday, St. Thomas Hospital, Nashville. Services 2 p.m. today, Daves -Culbertson Funeral Home, Tullahoma.

Survivors: Irene Daniel; son, Jack Daniel; daughter, Yvonne Moore, both Tullahoma; brother, James Daniel, Castalian Springs, sisters, Beulah Ayers, Jefferson City, and Eugalia Harrison, Germantown, four grandchildren and three great man Lane, Gallatin, a student, died Wednesday of leukemia at his home. Services 10:30 a.m. today, Church of Our Saviour, Gallatin. Alexander Funeral Home in charge. Survivors: parents, Mr.

and Mrs. Ralph Eddy; grandmother, Carol 'Eddy, Indianapolis; grandfather, Gentry Kirby; brother, Nathan Eddy, both Gallatin. John Edward Hostettler 69, Granite Falls, N.C., retired Air Force, died Wednesday in Granite Falls. Funeral Mass 10 a.m. today, St.

Aloysius Catholic Church, Roesch-Patton-Austin-Bracey Chariton 1 Funeral Home in charge. Survivors: wife, Meredith Hostettler; sons, John E. Granite Falls, and David Hostettler, Springfield; daughter, Susan Blalock, Wilmington, D.C.; sisters, Margaret Wall, and Catherine Molteni, both Nashville, and Helen Wiggs, Columbia, S.C. Seth Marcus Eddy, 10, Holler- Raymond Inman, 73, Nolensville, retired from Railroad, died Tuesday, St. Thomas Hospital, Nashville.

Services have been held. Survivors: daughter, Beverly Taylor, Dover, son, Jack Inman, Nolensville; sister, Media Erwin, Columbia, five grandchildren. Joan C. Mcillwain, 53, 136 Circle Drive, Waverly, retired from Acme Boot died Wednesday at her home. Services 3 p.m.

today, Luff-Bowen Funeral Home, Waverly. Survivors: 1 husband, Thomas McIllwain; mother, Ruby Triplett, New Johnsonville, sons, Thomas, Waverly, and Morris Mcillwain, Hawaii; daughters, Lesia Sinith, Waverly, and Diana Medling; brother, James Tibbs; sisters, Dorothy Lucas and Peggy Anderson, all New Johnsonville; six 3 26, 1903 THE TENNESSEAN Weststate Jarvis' previous ruling in favor of the daily newspapers. Appeals Judges Jaines Ryan, Eugene Siler and Pierce Lively further concluded that News Weekly Systems failed to support its claims and that the appeal was therefore frivolous. The judges sent the case back to Jarvis with orders that he conduct a hearing to order News Weekly Systems to pay a double amount of Eaststate "The plaintiff fails to cite a single authority in support of its arguments and, in fact, ignores existing case law on the issues. It even fails to coherently develop its various arguments," Ryan wrote for the appeals court in a six-page ruling.

"It further fails at every turn to present any facts that would suggest that the defendants have committed an antitrust violation, or that such violation has injured the News Weekly." Almose Thompson, lawyer for the News Weekly, did not return a court costs to the defendant news- telephone call for comment yesterpapers as punishment. day afternoon. Stuart, former English life in classrooms four decades before retiring in Church, where she taught Sunday 1968. school for 50 years. Mrs.

Stuart, 89, of Charlotte died She was a member of the DaughWednesday in The Meadows, a re- ters of the American Revolution, tirement community in Nashville. the Retired Teachers' Association, Services will be at 2 p.m. tomor- the Charlotte Literary Society and row at Taylor Funeral Home, Dick- the Dickson Study Club. son. Burial will be in the Stuart famSurvivors include two daughters, Burns, Tenn.

Susan McMillan of Nashville, who is ily cemetery near program manager for the Midstate Mrs. Stuart was one of nine chilregional office of the Tennessee dren born to the late Jim and Daisy Correction Department, and MaryLeech Loggins of Charlotte. She Hicks of Fort two lin Worth, Texas; married Ray Stuart, a lawyer, sisters, Ruth Nixon of in McGaheys1929. He died in 1978. Owens of ville, and Lorena Mrs.

Stuart was a member of Adams, and three Charlotte-fa*gans United Methodist grandchildren. 1 grandchildren. John Robert (Bud) Palmer 67, Smyrna, a retired mail carrier, died yesterday, Middle Tennessee Medical Center, Murfreesboro. Services a.m. tomorrow, Woodfin Memorial Funeral Home, Smyrna.

Survivors: wife, Janie Palmer; daughter, Lisa Palmer; son, Myron Palmer, all Smryna; two grandchildren. Josie Belle Pippin, 85, Springfield, a retired nurse's aide, died Wednesday, Jesse Holman Jones Hospital, Springfield. Services 10 a.m. today, Robertson County Funeral Home. Survivors: son, Roy Pippin, Waverly, six grandchildren and six great-grandchildren.

Royce Milton Stephens, 82, 1119 South Brittian, Shelbyville, Deaths retired Air Force, died Wednesday, Oakes Convalescent Center, Shelbyville. Services noon today, Baptist Church, Shelbyville. Hillcrest Funeral Home in charge. Survivors: wife, Marie Stephens; sons, Irving, Texas, and James Stephens, Shelbyville; daughter, Sue Taylor, Hanover, sister, Mabel Brinkley, Wartrace, brothers, Gilly and J. Harold Stephens, both Shelbyville.

Nole Sullivan, 80, Pumpkin Branch Road, Dixon Springs, a retired farmer, died Wednesday at his home. Services 10 a.m. today, Alexander Macon County Funeral Home, Lafayette, Tenn. Survivors: wife, Hassie Sullivan; brothers, Odell, S.T., Clessie, Stanley and David Sullivan, all Dixon Springs; sisters, Wilma Russell, Lafayette, Kay Jones, Bethpage, and Cary Murray, Whitleville, eight grandchildren and three greatgrandchildren. Ottis Aaron Qualls, 79, Route 3, Linden, a retired school bus driver, died Wednesday, Perry Memorial Hospital, Linden.

Services 2 p.m. today, McDonald Funeral Home, Linden. Survivors: wife, Fannie Qualls; son, John Qualls; brother, Richard Qualls, Linden; six grandchildren and sev- field, a retired sanitation engineer, died Tuesday, at his home. Services 1 p.m. today, Robertson County Funeral Home.

Survivors: wife, Nellie Rawls; sons, Kenny, Steven, James all Springfield, and James V. Rawls, Greenbrier; daughters, Carolyn Gainous, Springfield, and Tisa Starks, Greenbrier; brothers, Richard, Sam and Jordan Rawls, Springfield; sister, Virginia Williams, Fayetteville, N.C.; 14 grand- en great -grandchildren. James (Red) Rawls, 64, Spring- FORD, Mrs. Dorsay E. Adkins-.

Age 59. 2-23-93 at her residence.Survived by devoted daughter Deborah (King) Hollands; devoted sons, William M. Bellamy, Ricky (Lanitra) Ford, Ronald Ford, Roderick Hoggett, Michael and Ernest (Pamela) Ford; father and stepmother Manuel (Shirley) Adkins Sisters, Rebecca (Wm.) Carothers, Mary (Charles) Childress, Melanie Adkins; brothers, Manuel (Barbara) Adkins, Reginald Adkins, Los 3 Angeles, CA, Walter C. Adkins; 10 grandaughters, 7 grandsons; aunts, Rebecca Matthews Geraldine McCullom of Pontiac, MI; uncles, Walter Adkins, Louisville, KY, David Gosey, Franklin, TN; a host of nieces, nephews, cousins friends. Special thanks to Alive Hospice of Nashville, Inc.

Family visitation 2-27-93, 11-12 Noon with service to follow at Lawrence Ave. Church of Christ, 904 Lawrence conducted by John Campbell. Interment Woodlawn Cemetery. (In lieu of flowers make contributions to J.B. Knowles Home for the Aged).

LEWIS and WRIGHT FUNERAL DIRECTORS, Richard A. Lewis, William H. Wright, 255-2371 GILLILAND, Frank ArronWednesday, February 24, 1993. Survived by son, Steven Arron Gilliland; father, Frank D. Gilliland; mother, Sue Parker Huff; brothers, Michael Huff and Danny Gilliland; sister, Diane Evers; grandmothers, Frances Gilliland and Christine Parker; special friend, Shirley Page.

Remains rest at the funeral home of Phillips-Robinson 2707 Gallatin where services will be conducted Saturday, February 27, 1:00 p.m. with Rev. Mildred Childress officiating. Family will serve as pallbearers. Interment, Forest Lawn Cemetery.

PHILLIPS-ROBINSON Directors HAUFF, Ruth- Widow of Christian Hauff, died February 25, 1993 in Huntsville, AL. Survived by son, Chris Hauff, Huntsville, AL; daughter, Frances Hall, Shelbyville, KY; seven grandchildren; six great-grandchildren; sister, Lucy Fudge, Nashville. Her remains are at the Chapel, 1715 Braodway, where the family will receive friends Friday, 6-8 p.m. The family and friends will assemble at the gravesite in Woodlawn Cemetery at 10 a.m. on Saturday, February 27th for graveside services conducted by Sam Ed Gerth.

ROESCH PATTON AUSTIN-BRACEY CHARLTON, Broadway Chapel, 1715 Broadway, 244-6480 HEITLINGER, William J. (Buster)- Age 81, February 24, 1993. Survived by wife, Audrey Heitlinger; two daughters, Anna Pewitt, Melba McMurtry; eight grandchildren; six great-grandchildren; two cousins, Bernadena Drennan, Etow Blaylock. Mr. Heitlinger retired from Genesco with 44 years service.

Funeral service will be conducted 10 a.m. Saturday, February 27, 1993, Forest Lawn Chapel with Bro. Grover Hastings officiating. Interment, Forest Lawn Memorial Gardens. Grandsons and friends will serve as active pallbearers.

pallbearers, Dr. Paul Daugherty, Griggs, Ed Waller, Billy Drennan, Joe Drennan. Visitation with the family, Friday, p.m. and p.m. Memorial contributions may be made to Vanderbilt Children's Hospital.

Arrangements by FOREST LAWN FUNERAL HOME, 859-5279 HIGHTOWER, Eudora- Age 64. February 25, 1993. Survived by daughter, Jackie Ahiatsi; sons, Reginald and Carmack (Erma) Hightower; six sisters; one brother; a host of other relatives and friends. Complete arrangements announced later. LEWIS AND WRIGHT FUNERAL DIRECTORS, Richard A.

Lewis, William H. Wright, 255-2371 HOSTETTLER, Lt. Col. John Edward Jr. Feb.

24, 1993 in Granite Falls, N.C. Retired from U.S. Air Force after serving 28 years. A graduate of Father Ryan High School, University of Omaho and received his masters at Appalachian State Univ. in Boone, N.C.

He was a member of Knights of Columbus, Optimist Club; and St. Aloysius Catholic Church. Survived by wife, Meredith Hendrix Hostettier, Granite Falls, N.C.; sons, John Edward Hostettler III, Granite Falls, N.C., David Hamilton Hostettler, Springfield, daughter, Susan Hostettler Blalock, Wilmington, N.C.; sisters, Margaret Hostettier Wall, Catherine Hostettler Molteni, both of Nashville, Helen Hostettler Wiggs, Columbia, S.C.; twenty nieces nephews. Funeral Mass will be 10 a.m. Friday at St.

Aloysius Catholic Church in Hickory, N.C. Graveside service will be 10 a.m. Sat. at Calvary Cemetery in Nashville. A Rosary will be recited 7 p.m.

Friday at the Broadway Chapel, Nashville. Memorial contributions may be made to St. Aloysius Catholic Church, 902-2nd N.E., Hickory, N.C. 28601. ROESCH PATTON AUSTIN BRACEY CHARLTON, 1715 Broadway, 244-6480 KALIFF, Neal Robert (Bob Terry)- Thursday, February 25, 1993.

Survived by wife, Sarah Kaliff; six grandchildren; 14 great-grandchildren; three-great-grandchildren. Memorial services will be conducted Sunday, February 28, 2 p.m. with John Wilkerson officiating. PHILLIPS-ROBINSON Directors Smyrna, Tn. PALMER, John Robert (Bud) Jr.

February 25, 1993. Survived by wife, Janie Cook Palmer; daughter, Lisa Dawn Palmer, Smyrna; son, Myron Palmer, Smyrna; a sister, two grandchildren. Funeral services 1 p.m. Saturday Woodfin Chapel, Smyrna, with Don Bassett officiating. Interment Roselawn.

Visitation 2-9 p.m. Friday. WOODFIN'S, Smyrna EDWARDS, Opal- Age 90, February, 25, 1993. Survived by grandchildren, Sally Owens, Charles Butera; great-grandchildren, Deborah and Robert Witte; great-grandson, Patrick Witte. Arrangements by FOREST LAWN FUNERAL HOME, 859-5279 White House, TN KELLY, Clay Edward- Age 82 years, Thursday, February 25, 1993 at St.

Thomas Hospital. Survived by wife, Mrs. Beulah Jackson Kelly; daughter, Jean Kelly Morris; brother, Brady Kelly, all of White House. Remains are at Cole Garrett, White House. Funeral services will be Saturday afternoon 2 p.m.

at Mt. Pleasant United Methodist Church by Rev. Brooks Jones and Rev. Delwyn Fryer. Honorary pallbearers, Dr.

Fred Goldner, office staff and employees of Kimberly Health Care. Active pallbearers will be Anderson Tate, Wayne Tate, Bill Jones, David Palmer, Buddy Pinson, Charlie Interment, Hillcrest Cemetery. COLE 'GARRETT, White House, 672-3936 Shelbyville, Tn. KING, Mr. Cleotis- Age 63.

Suddenly February 24, 1993. Survived by wife, Anna Mai King; father, Felix King; mother, Mrs. Carrie White; two brothers; five sisters. Visitation with the family Saturday, February 27th from 7-8 p.m. at Scales Funeral Home.

Funeral Sunday, Feb. 28th at 11. a.m. at Cedar Grove M.B. Church, Eagleville, Rev.

Elliott Webb officiating. Interment Evergreen Cemetery, Murfreesboro. H. PRESTON SCALES SONS, Directors, Murfreesboro, 893-1313 Portland, TN LOVE, Mitchell- Age 59, Wednesday, February 24, 1993 at Highland Hospital. Survived by wife Jo Ann Hunt Love; two sons, Mickie Love, Nashville, Tim Love, Gallatin; daughter, Debbie Grissom, Birmingham, AL; mother, Wilma Love, Nashville; three brothers, Bill Love, Cleveland, TN, Bobby and J.

Love, both of Nashville; two sisters, Ruby Mackey and Betty Ann Martin, both of Nashville; three grandchildren. Mr. Love was founder, owner and past President of Town Country Mkts Inc. of Portland and Oak Grove. Graveside services will be held Saturday, 11 a.m., February 27, 1993 at Crestview Memorial, Gallatin, Rev.

C.L. Powell officiating. Mr. Love was a member of Portland Church of Christ. Those desiring, memorials may be made to Portland Church of Christ and Ramsey Memorial Hospice, Gallatin.

WILKINSON WISEMAN FUNERAL HOME, 325-4491 Hospital. Survived by daughters, Eva Lowery Perkins and Minnie L. Cotton; granddaughter, Lynne Perkins; grandsons, Conrad and Lowery Perkins; great grandson, Lowery JeVon Perkins; great granddaughters, Erecka and Chenal Perkins; nieces, Mary Vicks, Bernice Drumwright and Gladys Shannon, Chicago, nephews, W.C. Lowery, Detroit, Mich. and William Lowery, Chicago, sister-in-law, Mrs.

Mattie Lowery, Detroit, devoted friends, Rev. A.Z. Kelley, Ray Martin, Regina and Celestine Robertson and Mrs. E.V. Rucker and family; other relatives and friends.

Visitation with the family Saturday, February 27, 1993, 12-1 p.m. with funeral to follow at J.W. Adkins Funeral Home, 2510-12th Ave. South at Gilmore conducted by Dr. James A.

Campbell, Pastor. Interment Greenwood Cemetery. J.W. ADKINS FUNERAL HOME, Directors, 292-8367 LOWERY, Garvis Odell-. Wednesday, February 24, at Baptist Murfreesboro MacLEAN, Robert J.

(Bob)- February 22, 1993. Survived by wife, Dorothy Eckert MacLean; son, Richard J. MacLean, Chattanooga; daughter-in-law, Nancy Fehn MacLean; granddaughter, Meredith Eckert MacLean. Memorial services 2:30 Sunday at St. Mark's United Methodist Church with Rev.

George Jones officiating. Visitation with the family after 2 p.m. Sunday at St. Mark's United Methodist Church. Mr.

MacLean was Dean of Students at M.T.S.U. Memorials in memory of Mr. MacLean may be made to the Memorial Fund at St. Mark's United Methodist Church, The Wesley Foundation at M.T.S.U. or the M.T.S.U.

Foundation. WOODFIN'S McQUEEN, Edith Carter- Age 93. Tuesday, February 23, 1993. Widow of the late M. Paul McQueen.

She was a longtime member of the Belmont Heights Baptist Church. Survived by a daughter, Frances M. Harris of Mesa, Arizona; twin sister, Ethel C. Logan of Nashville. Relatives and friends will serve as Pallbearers.

Services will be held in the Woodlawn Chapel of Roses at 2:00 p.m. on Saturday, February 27, 1993 with Dr. Perry Michel officiating. Visitation with the family will be Friday 2-4 p.m. and 7-9 p.m.

and Saturday 1 12:00 Noon until Service time. Interment Woodlawn Memorial Park. Arrangements by WOODLAWN FUNERAL HOME. 383-4754 SMITH, Classie Lee Thursday, February 25, 1993. Survived by sons, James, Classie Charles and Ronnie Smith; daughters, Minnie Biggs and Wanda Smith; sixteen grandchildren; twelve great grancchildren; sisters, Dorothy Lucas and Verlie Lane.

Remains are at Harpeth Hills Chapel where services will be conducted 2 p.m. Saturday by Rev. Bob Mowrey with Interment in Harpeth Hills Memory Gardens. Friends will serve as Pallbearers. Family will receive friends after 1 p.m.

Friday. HARPETH HILLS FUNERAL HOME, 9090 100, 646-9292 Minnie Hickory, White- TN WednesSAVAGE, day, February 24, 1993. Survived son, Jimmy R. Savage; grandchildren, Vickie L. Crews and Kelly L.

Savage. Remains rest at the funeral home of Phillips-Robinson 1700 Hadley Old Hickory, where visitation with the family will be Friday 10:00 a.m. until 8:00 p.m. Services will be conducted Saturday, February 27, 1:00 p.m. at the First Baptist Church, 1106 Hadley Rev.

Judd Hays officiating. The body will lie in state on hour prior to service time. Active pallbearers, Earl Bilbrey, Bobby Hunt, Berner Dean, Lovie Nunley, Roy May and Bernard Barkley. Interment, Robertson Co. Memorial Gardens, Springfield, TN.

PHILLIPS-ROBINSON Directors Tn. Mrs. Zelma Hinson- 62. February 25, 1993. Survived by sons, Donald Scales of Franklin, Clarence Scales Jr.

of Greenbrier, daughter, Mrs. Wanda Cole of Franklin; sister, Mrs. Myrtle Howell of Franklin; brothers, James Larkin of Hendersonville, Billy Hinson of N.C.; ten grandchildren; ten great grandchildren. Remains are at Williamson Memorial Funeral Home where services will be conducted 11:30 a.m. Saturday, February 27, 1993 with Franklin Williams officiating.

Interment Williamson Memorial Gardens. Family Members will serve as Active Pallbearers. WILLIAMSON MEMORIAL FUNERAL HOME, 794-2289 SMITH, Bossie F. 'Bubba'- February 25, 1993. Survived by wife, Mary Gerald Smith; children, Mike and Steve Smith and Shirley Goodrich; ten grandchildren; one greatgrandchild; sisters, Bessie S.

Worrell and Mildred S. Sullivan; two brothers-in-law; four sisters-inlaw; two nieces and one nephew. Remains are at at the Eastland Funeral Home, 904 Gallatin where services will be conducted Saturday afternoon at 2:30 p.m. by Dr. Charles E.

Worrell Sr. Interment Spring Hill. EASTLAND FUNERAL HOME, 227-9558 Nashville, Tn. STUART, Loureana Morris- Age 91. Expired February 23, 1993 after an extended illness.

Survived by one son, Edward A. Morris; three daughters, Tommie (J.W.) Pitt, Wilma Huggins, all of Nashville, Connie (Walter) Bowie, Tuskeegee, several grandchildren, great grandchildren; other relatives friends. Visitation with family Saturday, Feb. 27, 1993 at St. Luke CME Church, 2008-28th Ave.

North. from 12:00 Noon until 1:00 p.m. Funeral to follow immediately with Burial Greenwood Cemetery. Make Floral deliveries to Wright Funeral Home, 2500 Clarksville Hwy. JOHNSON FUNERAL CHAPEL, 952-6164, Charles M.

Johnson, Director, in charge children. Dora Lee Hale Savage, 78, North Main Street, Mocksville, N.C., a homemaker, died Wednesday, Davie County Hospital, Mocksville. Services 11 a.m. today, High Funeral Home, McMinnville, Tenn. Survivors: husband, Lewis Savage; daughter, Eva Everett, Mocksville; sons, A.L., Knoxville, and, Dale Savage, Johnson City; brother, I.V.

Hale, Spencer, five grandchildren. Ina Smith, 86, Route 4, Woodbury, retired from U.S. Department of Agriculture, died Wednesday in Nashville. Services 2 p.m. today, Woodbury Funeral Home.

Survivor: sister, Mary Thomas, Woodbury, I Death Notices Death notices are accepted by the newspaper only from funeral homes. To place a death notice please contact the funeral home of your choice. BENSON, Mrs. Doris Jean- February 21, 1993. Survived by devoted husband, Mr.

James H. Benson; loving children, daughters, Angela Ewing, and Stephanie M. Gonzalez; son, Kevin A. Gonzalez; step daughters, Sonya G. Benson and Tonya M.

Benson; step sons, Terry L. Benson and Keith L. Benson; devoted niece, Kesha Lyons; brothers, Raymond Ewing, Gary Lyons and James Lyons; sisters, Carolyn Roper, Patricia Collier, Barbara Lyons, Pamela Lyons and Janice Sloss; grandchildren, Domonique, Xavier, Anita and Adam Jr. Visitation with the family Saturday, February 27th from 10-11 a.m. at the First Baptist West Nashville Church, 619-39th Ave.

North, Funeral services to follow conducted by Rev. John Beach. Interment Greenwood Cemetery. SMITH FUNERAL DIRECTORS, 706 Monroe, 726-1476, Henry L. Smith, Director ESH, Mrs.

Celia Age 91. Wednesday, February 25, 1993. Survived by daughters, Bernice Cox, Fern Glasspoole, Arleen Ponce; sons, Luther Taylor, Darwing Finkbeiner, Delbert Esh, sisters, Claradell Webb, Lenore Watkins; 20 grandchildren and 12 great grandchildren. Visitation with the family will be Friday from 7:00 to 9:00 p.m. at Woodlawn Funeral Home.

Graveside services will be held in Woodlawn Memorial Park Saturday, February 27, 1993 at 12:30 p.m. with Rev. Doug Westmoreland officiating. Arrangements by WOODLAWN FUNERAL HOME, 383-4754 Emma's Tasteful Arrangements Sympathy 327-0202 VANLEER, Charles Leroy- Suddenly February 23, 1993. Survived by devoted father, Rev.

Charles Vanleer; brothers, James and Thomas Vanleer; sisters, Geraldine Mitchell and Carolyn Birdsong; aunts, Mrs. Laura Howse, Mrs. Minnie McClain; uncles, Eugene, Thomas and Rev. J.B. Jobe; several nieces, nephews; other relatives and friends.

Visitation with the family Saturday, February 27, 1993, 10-11 a.m. with Funeral to follow at Little Mt. Zion Baptist Church, 37 Trimble Elder Joe Fitzgerald officiating. Interment Nolensville Cemetery, Nolensville, Tn. J.W.

ADKINS FUNERAL HOME, Directors, 292-8367 WALDRAN, Edna Lennis- February 25, 1993. Survived by cousins, Katherine Middleton, Tracey Shumate Stanley, Cynthia Shumate Prince. Memorial services will be conducted at Ellis Funeral Home, 2627 Nolensville Road, Saturday, February 27th, 10 a.m. by Bro. Jesse Howard Harris.

Interment Woodlawn Memorial Park. ELLIS FUNERAL HOME, Directors, 255-5412 WILLIAMS, Thelma Lucille- February 24, 1993. Survived by daughters and sons-in-law, Helen and Cullen Baker, Jr and Mildred and Ezell Dickerson; grandson, Bill Holbrook; sister, Mrs. Frank (Maisie) Wilson; brother, Oliver Jones. Her remains are at the Eastland Funeral Home, 904 Gallatin where the family will receive friends Thursday evening 5-8 and Friday, 12 noon until time of services at 2 p.m.

conducted by Dr. Thomas C. Whitfield. Interment, Spring Hill. Honorary pallbearers, Dr.

James P. Wilson, Dr. Arthur Anderson, Dr. Mack Wayne Craig, Donald Hudson, Jim Stevens, Frank Wilson, James Frierson, Grady Proctor, Harold Lewitt, Richard J. Petri and Brook Meade Health Care Center Staff.

Active, Larry Jones, Berry Jones, Robert Jones, William Jones, Billy Hanco*ck, Jack O'Leary. EASTLAND FUNERAL HOME, 227-9588 ZELLNER, Cordelle- Age 84. February 25, 1993. Survived by wife, Winifred Byram Zellner of Nashville; son, Dr. C.

Wayne Zellner of Brentwood; brother, Glenn Zellner; grandchildren, Kurt Zellner Eric Zellner. Mr. Zellner was a charter member of the First Christian Church. Funeral services will be conducted 3:00 p.m. Saturday, February 27, 1993 at the First Christian Church with The Dr.

David Wead officiating. Entombment Woodlawn Cross Mausoleum. Active Pallbearers: Deacons Elders of the First Christian Church. Visitation with the family will be Friday 2-4 p.m. 7-9 p.m.

and Saturday one hour prior to the service at the church. Arrangements by WOODLAWN FUNERAL HOME 3-4754.

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