The Atlanta Constitution from Atlanta, Georgia (2024)

THE ATLANTA LEGAL The following cars will be lie auction at City Wide 480 England Avenue, Georgia September 19, A.M. 65 Cad 63 Cad 63 Cad (home made) Camper' 70 Caprie 68 Chev 67 Camaro 65 Chev 67 Chev 64 62 Chev 67 Dodge 50 Dodge 64 Ford 65 Ford Must 66 Ford 62 Mercury Comet 68 Olds 68 Olds 68 Olds 62 Pont 66 Pont 64 Rambler 71 60. V. Bus 60 v. W.

Chev 64 V.W. 65 Ford Must 59 Ford 63 Chev 65 62 Chev Nova Chev Chev 60 Dodge Ford 69 Olds Ply Pont 69 Pont 67 Pont 62 Rambler 64 Rambler 66 Triumph CONSTITUTION, Sept. 17, 1973, sold in pub- INVITATION FOR BIDS NOTICES LEGAL NOTICES Wrecker Serv- Sealed Proposals will be received at the S.E.., Atlanta, office of the Fulton County Purchasing 1973, at 9:00 Agent, Room 504, Administration Building, 165 Central S.W., Atlanta, GeorK5197784 gia, until 12:00 Noon, September 28, 63M096665 for furnishing the Fulton County Depart63B103222 ment of Parks Recreation Parks Division, WITH ALL LABOR, MATERIAL GAECLK75521 AND EQUIPMENT TO INSTALL HEAT136378B152510 ING AIR CONDITIONING SYSTEM IN 123377N200775 THE LOUNGE BUILDING AT BUR166375R118196 DETTE PARK. Bid forms and specifica138177 tions are on file in Room 504, Administra41535G143018 tion Bldg. Fulton County reserves the right to accept or reject any or all bids 1121A72347390 and to waive technicalities.

5202162377 F. T. FARRAN 4H11F161583 Purchasing Agent 6F7T386722 6A622205236 3T12U529773 DEPARTMENT OF THE 336678 M119597 TREASURY: On August 28. 1973 one 386696M368846 Springfield shotgun, Model 947-E, 410 39487811624534 gauge, no serial number. 13 1-16" barrel, overall length inches; one Sears 410 256369P270853 shotgun, Model 10140, 0 serial B732588 number, 13 1-16" barrel, overall length 20 T120RCD43727 inches: ope CDM Products, 22 cal.

374175530 magnum 2 shot derringer pistol, Model 2828571 Long, Serial No.8003193, barrel; 164479D027595 Six Remington-Peters and one Imperial 6F07F123836 115606643 410 shotgun shells and one 22 cal. mag. num cartridge, were seized in Floyd Act County, of 1968. Georgia Any for violation claiming Gun an Control person 166375D137231 est in said property may file a claim and 30435N175394 cost bond in the penal um of $250, as 21669A152196 provided by Section 7325, IRC, with the 164395A144501 5107143373 on or before October 10, 1973, otherwise the property will be forfeited and disposed of according to law. Robert Lane, Special Agent in Charge, Bureau PX23G8F276783 of Alcohol, Tobacco Firearms, No.

1 266576X119420 West Court Square, Suite 265, Decatur, 252099R112 Georgia 30030. 252877P307944 B528490 CT51996 G550333 PUBLIC NOTICE U.S. Environmental Protection Agency NOTICE OF REDEMPTION AND PAYMENT. CITY OF MCDONOUGH, GEORGIA WATER AND SEWERAGE REVENUE BONDS. SERIES 1964 NOTICE IS HEREBY given to Water the holders of the Revenue following Bonds described of the City of and McDonough, Georgia, that said bonds Sewerage have been called for redemption on January 1, 1974.

said bonds being in the aggregate principal amount of $40.000 known BS the "City of McDonough Water and Sewerage Revenue Bonds, Series dated October 1, 1964, in the denomination of $1,000 each, numbered from 1 to 40. inclusive, maturing in the years 1992 and 1993, bearing interest from date the rate of per cent per annum, interest payable January on the 1st 1965 and semi-annually thereafter days of January and July in each year and the principal maturing on the 1st day of July, lowest numbers first. in the years and amounts. as follows: $20,000 in each of the years 1992 and 1993. Funds for the redemption and payment of said bonds and the interest then due thereon to .1, 1974, and for the required premium' (4' per cent) will be available The First National Bank of Atlanta, Atlanta, Georgia, on January 1974, and said above described bonds and all unmatured coupons thereto appertaining should be presented to said bank for redemption and payment on said date.

Interest on the above described bonds designated for redemption shall cease to accrue and the interest coupons maturing after January 1, 1974 shall be void. This notice is given under and pursuant to an ordinance of the Mayor and Council of the City of McDonough adopted on the 6th day of August, 1973. Herbert H. Jones, Mayor City of McDonough, Georgia Attest: Musette H. Coan, Clerk U.S.

Environmental Protection Agency Region IV, Water Enforcement NE Branch 1421 Peachtree Street, Atlanta, Georgia, 30309 Public Notice No. 73. GA 0034 DATE: September 1973 NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR ELIMINATION SYSTEM PERMIT TO TIONAL POLLUTANT DISCHARGE DISCHARGE TREATED WASTEWATER INTO THE NAVIGABLE WATERS OF THE UNITED STATES. The following applicants have applied for a NPDES permit to discharge: Cornell-Young Company, 4496 Mead Road, Macon, Georgia, 31206 processes sand at the following Bibb County, Georgia facilities: 'Franklinton pit, application number GA 074 OYN 2 000053, has one existing discharge to Stone Creek. Macon pit, application number GA 074 OYN 2 000052, has one existing discharge to Rocky Creek.

Warner Robins pit, application number GA 074 OYN 2 000051, has one existing discharge to the Ocmulgee River. Dalton Rock Products Company, P. 0. Box 1608, Dalton, Georgia 30720, application number GA 074 OYM 3 000770, quarries and crushes limestone. One existing discharge is described and enters Coahulla Creek near Dalton, Georgia.

Dawes Silica Mining Company, Drawer 470, Thomasville, Georgia. 31792 processes sand at the following facilities: Effingham County, application number GA 074 OYN 2. 000112, has one existing discharge which enters the Ogeechee River near Eden, Georgia, Thomas County, application number GA 074 OYM 3 000239, has two existing discharges which enter the Ochlocknee River north of Thomasville, Georgia. Southern Railway Company, 99 Spring Street SW, Atlanta, Georgia 30303. operates three servicing facilities as follows: Engine Terminal, application number GA 074 OYN 2 000102, has one existing discharge described which enters the Savannah and Ogeechee Canal located in Savannah, Georgia.

Inman Yards. application number GA 074 OYM 3,0000648, has one existing discharge described which enters Proctor Creek In Atlanta, Georgia. Brosnan Yard, application number GA 074 OYN 000099, has one existing discharge described which enters Buston Creek in Macon. Georgia. view On.

and the basis application of of preliminary Stat. staff 86 816, 33 13527 U.S.C. 1251 et seq. (1972), 38 Fed. Reg.

et sea. and other lawful standards and regulations, the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) proposes to Issue a permit to discharge subject to specific pollutant limitations and special conditions. These proposed determinations are tentative. Persons wishing to comment upon or object to the proposed determinations are invited to submit same in writing to the EPA address above, no later than Octoto ber that 17, 1973.

All comments received prior date will be considered in the formalation of final determinations regardins tion the number application. The permit applicashould be placed on the envelope next to the above address and also at the top of the first page of comments. A public hearing may be held where the EPA Regional Administrator finds a significant degree of public interest In a proposed permit or group of permits. tails fact about sheet the application containing and additional the pro- deposed determinations, a sketch showing the exact location of the discharge, and additional Is information on hearing procedure available by writing or calling the EPA. A copy of the draft permit is also available from EPA.

The application. comments available received, and other information are for review and convine at Room 309. 1421 Peachtree Street. Atlanta. Georgia, between the hours of 8:15 a.m.

and 4:30 p.m., Monday through Friday. A coving machine is available for public use at a charge of 20c per page. Please bring the foregoing to the atten- COMMUNITY RELATIONS OFFICE Atlanta Public Schools 224 Central Avenue, S.W. Atlanta, Gerogia 30303 659-3361, Ext. 352 Student Advisory September Committees 14, 1973 have been established in each Atlanta high school which is receiving aid through the Emergency School Aid Act (ESAA).

The purpose of these committees is to afford the students opportunities periodically to express their ideas and suggestions concerning matters relevant to the ESAA program. The members of these committees were selected by the Student Council in each school. The names of the Student Advisory Committee members by school and by race are as follows: ESAA High School Name of Member Race Brown Darnell Bateman Negro Brown Mary Hartwell Caucasian Brown Glenn Johnson Caucasian Brown LaRue Letson Caucasian Brown Mattie McMullen Negro Brown Valencia Neal Negro Fulton Benita Barron Negro Fulton Kathy Bench Caucasian Fulton Kathy Cushing Caucasian Fulton Alvin Hoover Caucasian Fulton Iris Rocker Negro Fulton Mike Tippens Negro George Sally Bass Negro George Mike Canyon Negro George Gary Chapman Caucasian George Barry Guest Caucasian George Darlene Myer Caucasian George Murphy Pace Negro North Fulton Julie Brownlee Negro North Fulton Greg Culpepper Caucasian North Fulton Jose Girona Spanish-Surnamed North Fulton Llyod Jones Negro North Fulton Ray Stoval Caucasian North Fulton Carmen Tucker Spanish-Surnamed Northside Vicki Allen Caucasian Northside Mark Peterson Caucasian Northside 10 Pan Leavitt Caucasian Northside Colenton Freeman Negro Northside Frank Reid Negro Northside Renita Scott Negro Roosevelt Taryn Anderson Negro Roosevelt Pam Burris Caucasian Roosevelt David Gilbert Caucasian Roosevelt Kay Ingram Caucasian Roosevelt Lawrence Johnson Negro Roosevelt Michelle Swift Negro Smith Diane Brown Negro Sm th Johnny co*kinos Caucasian Smith Ernest Hester Negru Smith Connie Jinks Caucasian Smith Deborah Stacey Caucasian Smith Belinda Stanley Negro St. St. Joseph Diane Burdette Caucasian Joseph Mark Bips St.

Joseph Norman Fletcher Negro St. Joseph Darnita Killian Negro St. Joseph Jan McNulty Powell Caucasian Negro St. Anthony Account Number 199000159 School Code 30965 Purchase Order Number 3632 PUBLIC NOTICE tion of persons who you know will be interested in this matter. FUNERAL NOTICES Bates, Mr.

Lorenzo Bates Bennett, Mrs. Nannie Louise Walsh, Mrs. Frank Ogden, Sr. Williams, Mrs. Ethel BATES Mr.

Lorenzo Bates, 599 Main Palmetto, passed away Saturday. Survived by wife, Mrs. Vivian T. Bates; daughter, Mrs. Paul Roberts, Atlanta; mother, Mrs.

G. A. Bates, Palmetto; sisters, Mrs. Crawford M. Dennis, Palmetto; Mrs.

Katherine Clark, North Augusta, brother, Mr. Clyde Bates, Palmetto; grandchildren, Paul Roberts, and Beth Roberts, Atlanta. Funeral services Monday at 2 o'clock at the Palmetto United Methodist Church with remains placed in state at 1. Rev. Charles Chesson officiating.

Interment Holly Hill with Palmetto Lodge No. 74 F. A. M. in charge.

Herschel McDaniel Fairburn. Bivens, Mrs. Alice Blissitt, Mrs. Lolle D. Brand, Mr.

Thomas A. Brockmann, Mrs. Charles R. Brooks, Mrs. R.

E. (Alma) Brown, Miss Mitzi Louise Brown, Mr. Roy H. Brownlee, Mr. Thomas M.

Burks, Master Dessellas Camp, Mr. John H. Cash, Mr. Grover C. Cleveland, Mr.

Grover Ben Cook, Mr. Jack C. (Jake) Cousin, Mr. Willie Glen Crowe, Mr. Milton Van Davis, Mrs.

Nora Hunt Dunn, Mrs. J. B. (Lucas Horne) Exum, Mrs. Lee (Sallie) Flanagin, Mr.

George W. (Wash) Gates, Mrs. Ella Walker Goodrum, Mrs. Liza Mae Graves, Mr. James A.

Griffin, Mrs. Callie Ingram, Mrs. Gertrude Jackson, Mr. Andrew Johnson, Mrs. Lois Doby Jones, Mr.

Roy H. Kiser, Mrs. Harrison (Bertha) Neely, Mr. Arthur, Sr. O'Brien, Mrs.

Jackie Barber O'Donnell, Miss Mary Eunice Perry, Mrs. Ruby Maude Presley, Mrs. Mary C. (Mollie) Ray, Cmdr. U.S.N.

(ret.) Charles F. Richardson, Mrs. J. Sr. (Minnie Elder) Scheetz, Mr.

Ashton Hunter, Jr. Scott, Mr. Robert J. (Bobby), Sr. Stone, Mr.

Lazarus (Swept) Swayze, Mr. L. Sr. Thomas, Mrs. Emma Delaney Tuggle, Mr.

William Harvey, Sr. Turner, Mrs. Ludie Waits, Mr. Larry, Walsh, Mrs. Frank Ogden, Sr.

BIVENS Mrs. Alice Bivens of 136 Chappell N.W. passed Sept. 16, 1973. Family may be contacted at 852 Hall St.

N.W. Funeral ments will be announced later. Alfonso Dawson Mortuary, 3000 Gordon Rd. S.W. BLISSITT Mrs.

Lolle D. Bissitt, age 93 of McDonough, Ga. died Sept. 15, 1973. Surviving are daughters, Mrs.

Ernest Crumbley, Mrs. Willie Mae Craig, McDonough, Mrs. Flora B. Cole, Shreveport, Mrs. Callie Lunsford, Jackson, Mrs.

J. C. Carter, McDonough; 16 grandchildren, 32 great-grandchildren, eight great-great-grandchildren, nieces and nephews. Funeral services will be held Monday afternoon Sept. 17, at 2 o'clock from Bethany Baptist Church with remains placed in state at 1:30.

Rev. Jot any Curry, Rev. L. F. Kenady, Rev.

Jimmy Leverrett, Rev. James West will officiate. Interment Bethany Cemetery. Grandsons will serve as pallbearers and please meet at the Church at 1:45. D.

T. Carmichael Sons, Inc. BRAND -The friends and relatives of Mr. Thomas A. Brand, Decatur, Mr.

Kenneth J. Brand, Mr. Douglas Brand, Miss Patricia Brand, Mrs. Jim Garmon, Mr. and Mrs.

Mike Brand, Mr. David Brand, all of Decatur, Mr. and Mrs. R. E.

Brand, Buford, several nieces and nephews are invited to attend the funeral of Mr. Thomas A. Brand, Tuesday, Sept. 18 at 11 a.m. from Ward's Glenwood Chapel.

Interment Hillandale Memorial Park with full Military Honors. Horis A. Ward Inc. BROCKMANN Mrs. Charles R.

Brockmann of 2873 Osborne N.E. died Saturday. A. S. Turner Sons.

Continuer ta Next Column LEGAL NOTICES Region IV, Water Enforcement Branch 1421 Peachtree Street, NE Atlanta, Georgia 30309 404-526-5201 Public Notice No. 73 GA 0033 DATE: September 17, 1973 NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR NATIONAL POLLUTANT DISCHARGE ELIMINATION SYSTEM PERMIT TO DISCHARGE TREATED WASTEWATER INTO THE NAVIGABLE WATERS OF THE UNITED STATES The following applicants have applied for an NPDES permit to discharge: Bartow Sand Company, 400 Dickson Road, ber GA 074 OYM 2 000844, recovers and Marietta, Georgia 30060, application num. processes sand at Its Bartow County, Georgia operation. The one existing charge enters Pumpkinvine Creek near Emerson, Sand Georgia. and Gravel Company, P.

0. Box cation 748. number Columbus, GA Georgia 31902, appli074 OYM 2.000 000 845. recovers and processes sand and gravel. The one existing discharge enters the Chattahoochee River at river kilometer 240 (RM 149.1).

Lawrence Construction Company, P. 0. Box 4510, Augusta, Georgia 20907. application number GA 074 OYN 2 000279,1 processes discharge enters concrete sand. Phinizy The one wam existing in Augusta, Georgia.

Atlanta Crawford County Mining, formerly Sand and Supply Company, 3166 Maple Drive, NE. Room 226, Atlanta, Georgia, 30305 mines and processes sand at its two Crawford County, Georgia facilities following: Allon application number GA 074 OYM 3 000386, has one existing discharge which enters Beaver Creek in Gaillard, Georgia. Burke, application number GA 074 OYM 3 000385, has one existing discharge which enters Beaver Creek in Gaillard, Georgia. Martin Marietta Corporation, P. 0.

Box 2479, Raleigh, North Carolina, 27602. application number GA 074 OYN 2 000225. quarries and crushes stone at its mond County, Georgia operation. One existing discharge is described and enters the Augusta Canal Augusta, Georgia. Sand Suppliers, P.

0. Box 45. Macon, GA Georgia, 2 application number 074 OYN 000129, processes sand. The one existing discharge enters Swift Creek in Macon, Georgia. Superior Stone Company, P.

O. Box 1758, Columbia, South Carolina 29202, application number GA 074 OYN 2 000085, crushes stone at its Thomson, Georgia operation. The one existing discharge enters Middle Creek near Thomson, Georgia. Valcan Materials Company, P. 0.

Box 7497, Birmingham, Alabama 35223 quarries and crushes granite at the following facilities: 074 OYM 000574, has one existing discharge which enters a tributary to Heiferhorn Creek near Columbus, Georgia. Kennesaw Quarry, application number GA 074 OYM 2 000582, has one existing discharge which enters Noonday Creek near Kennesaw. Georgia. Lithia Springs Quarry, application number GA 074 OYM 000575, has one existing discharge which enters Beaver Creek near Lithia Springs, Georgia. Norcross Quarry, application number GA 074 OYM 2 00270, has two existing discharges which enter South Beaver Ruin Creek near Norcross, Georgia.

Red Oak Quarry, application number GA 074 OYM 2 00573, has two existing discharges which enter Kimberly Creek near Atlanta. Georgia. Southern Railway Company, 99 Spring St. SW, Atlanta, Georgia 30303, operates Engine facilities: Terminal at each of the following Engine Terminal, application number GA 074 OYN 2.000101, has one existing discharge described which enters the Savannah River via a canal located just north of Glass Factory Road and the engine fueling area in Augusta, Georgia. Georgia Engine Terminal, application number GA 074 OYM 3 000647, has one existing discharge described which enters the Chattahoochee River via a storm sewer at 10th Street just south of yard tracks in Columbus, Georgia.

Engine Terminal, application number GA 074 OYM 2.000605, has one existing discharge described which enters the Flint River via a storm culvert located in Albany, Georgia, at the (theoretical) intersection of Residence Avenue and Front Street. Seaboard Coast Line Railroad Company, 500 Water Street, Jacksonville, Florida, 32202, services railroad equipment at the following facilities: Savannah Yard, application number GA 074 OYN 2 000073, has one existing discharge described which enters Savannah River via a ditch to Springfield Canal located in Savannah just west of Tremont Avenue. Southover Yard, application number GA 074 OYN 2 000074, bas one existing discharge described which enters Forest River via a ditch located in Savannah, Georgia, approximately south of Lamarville and north of Hunter A.F.B. Waycross Shop, application number GA 074 OYN 2 000072, has one existing discharge described which enters Satilla River via a ditch to Waycross Canal in Waycross, Georgia, at approximately SW of Reidsville School, SE of Glenmore Avenue and north of Hamilton Avenue. Seaboard Coast Line Railroad ny, 500 Water Street, Jacksonville, Florida 32202, has two (2) service and repair facilities as follows: Howells Yard, application number GA 074 OYM 3 000645, has one existing discharge entering Peachtree Creek via a ditch and storm sewer in Atlanta, Georgia at a point west of Old Chattahoochee and north corner of Marbett and Morris Streets.

Locomotive Servicing Facility, application number GA 074 OYN 2 000209, has one existing discharge in Augusta, Georgia, entering Savannah River via Beaver Dam Ditch at the SE corner of Gwinnett and 5th Streets. Louisville and Nashville Railroad Company, 908 W. Broadway, P. 0. Box 1198, Louisville, Kentucky 40201, application number GA 074 OYM 2 000749, has existing discharge described for its ford Yard in Atlanta, Georgia.

This servicing and repairing facility's water enters Stockyard Branch northeast of Hill Pine Streets. On the basis of preliminary staff view and application of 86 Stat. 816, U.S.C. 1251 et seq. (1972), 38 Fed.

Reg. 13527 et seq. and other lawful standards and regulations, the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) proposes issue a permit to discharge subject specific pollutant limitations and special conditions. These proposed determinations are tentative.

Persons wishing to comment upon object to the proposed determinations invited to submit same in writing to EPA address above, no later than October 17, 1973. All comments received prior to that date will be considered in the mulation of final determinations regarding the application. The permit application number should be placed on the velope next to the above address at the top of the first page of comments. A public hearing may be held where EPA Regional Administrator finds a nificant degree of interest in a posed permit or group of permits. A sketch showing the exact location the discharge and additional information on hearing procedure are available writing or calling the Environmental Protection Agency.

A copy of the draft permit is also available from EPA. application, comments received, and other information are available review Street, convine at Atlanta, Room 309. Georgia, 1421 Peachtree hours of 8:15 a.m. and 4:30 p.m., Monday through Friday. A copying machine ava'lable for public use at charge 20c per page.

Please of bring the foregoing to the attention persons who you know will interested in this matter. have made application to the Aldermanic Board for a beer and wine package only license at 3393 Peachtree Rd. N.E. McCall's Cheese Wine Cellar hearing to be held by the Police Committee Sept. 26, 1973 at 5:00 p.m., fourth floor, Police Headquarters, 175 Decatur S.E.

Russell Clemans McCall have made application to the Aldermanic Board for a beer and wine package only license at 785 Lee St. S.W. Power's Grocery, hearing to be held by the Police Committee Sept. 26, 1973 at 5:00 p.m., fourth floor, Police Headquarters, 175 Decatur S.E. Hani A.

Dabbas Ibraham A. Nasir Terry L. Noel, Partnership FUNERAL NOTICES Interment Flippen Cemetery. Pallbearers please meet at the Church at 3:45. D.

T. Carmichael Son, Inc. GATES Mrs. Ella Walker Gates, sister of Mrs. Emma Ross, and aunt of Mrs.

Helen Hodo, of 3819 Collier Dr. N.W. passed September 16, 1973. Funeral announced later. Alfonso Dawson Mortuary, 3000 Gordon Rd.

S.W. GOODRUM Mrs. Liza Mae of I Forsyth, Funeral services will be held today, Monday, at 1 o'clock from Mt. Pleasant Baptist Church, Cork, Ga. Rev.

Leach officiating. Abe Trimier, Jackson, Ga. GRIFFIN Funeral services for Mrs. Callie Griffin of 261 Northside Drive S.W,. will be held Tuesday, September 18, 1973 at 2 p.m.

at Blessed Martin Spirtualist Church, Martin Street, with Rev. Melvin officiating. Interment South View cemetery. Survivors are three sisters, Mrs. Mary Ida Peaco*ck, Pinehurst, Georgia, Mrs.

Ushia Lee Cobb, Philadelphia, Mrs. Eliza Worthan, Atlanta; one aunt, Mrs. Cora Lee Bryant, Pompano Beach, Florida, nieces, nephews, other relatives and friends. Ivey Morticians. INGRAM Mrs.

Gertrude Ingram of 2202 White Cliff Lane, Richardson, Texas passed away Sept. 16. Funeral arrangements will be announced later. Cloud Funeral Home, Inc. 2250 Rock Chapel Lithonia.

482-4411. JOHNSON Mrs. Lois Doby of 430 Techwood N.W. died Sunday. Survivors, sons, Mr.

J. Edwin Johnson, Norcross, Mr. Raymond L. Johnson, Chamblee; daughters, Mrs. Ralph (Ruth) Hunt, Norcross; son-in-law, Mr.

John L. Wilson, Doraville; nine grandchildren; sisters, Mrs. Hattie Hopkins, Atlanta, Mrs. Lora Summerlin, Atlanta, Mrs. Lucy Franklin, Duluth, Mrs.

David Arnold, DeLand, Mrs. Dewey Warbington, Vienna, Mrs. Nelson Mitchell, Norcross, Mrs. Elsie Smith, Norcross; sister-in-law, Mrs. C.

Doby, Norcross; brother, Mr. Crawford E. Doby, Norcross; several nieces and nephews. Funeral 3 p.m. Monday, R.

T. Patterson Chapel. Rev. Tom Lawler officiating. Interment Bethesada United Methodist Churchyard.

As pallbearers, Mr. Thomas Wilson, Mr. Larry Johnson, Mr. Hillyer Summerlin, Mr. Jerry Doby, Mr.

William Franklin and Mr. James Warbington. Pallbearers please meet at the Funeral Home at 2:30. R. T.

Patterson, Funeral Home, Norcross. JONES Mr. Roy H. Jones of 1777 Brewer 'S S.W. Atlanta passed away, Sunday.

He is survived his wife, Mrs. Annie Laurie Jones, Atlanta; one son, Mr. Bobby H. Jones, Clarkston; mother, Mrs. Ella Jones, Atlanta; sister, Mrs.

Lorine Moore, Atlanta; one brother, Mr. John H. Jones, Mableton; three grandchildren. Several nieces and nephews, aunts and uncles. Funeral services will be held Tuesday, Sept.

18, at 2 p.m. from Ward's Glenwood Chapel. Rev. Guy Rainwater, Rev. Howard Crowe will officiate.

Westview Cemetery. Pallbearers will assemble at at 1:45 p.m. Horis A. Ward Inc. O'BRIEN Mrs.

Jackie Barber O'Brien, Moreland died Sept. 15, 1973. Surviving are husband; Mr. James Reece O'Brien; son, Master Patrick Clay O'Brien, Moreland; parents, Mr. and Mrs.

Haskell Barber; brothers, Mr. James Randall Barber, Mr. Jeffery Allen Barber, Newnan; grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Bee Barber, Moreland; sister-inlaw, Miss Teresa O'Brien, Newnan.

Funeral services Monday, Sept. 17, 1973 at 3 o'clock at the Chapel of McKoon Funeral Home. Rev. Glenn Dow officiating. Interment Oak Hill Cemetery.

McKoon Funeral Home, Newnan. PERRY Mrs. Ruby Maude Perry of 404 Soule Oxford, Ga. Funeral services will be held Monday, September 17, 1973, at 1 p.m. from Lackey's Memorial Chapel.

Rev. James Brown officiating. Interment Oxford Cemetery. Survivors are husband, Mr. Robert Perry; 3 sons and 3 daughters, Mr.

and Mrs. Harold Hudson, Atlanta; Masters Robert and Spencer Perry, Miss Shelia Hudson, Betty, Ruby and Lencie Perry of Oxford; parents, Mr. and Mrs. C. D.

Aikens; brothers and sisters, Mr. and Mrs. Robert Broughton, Decatur; Mr. and Mrs. Willie B.

Aikens, Covington; Mr. and Mrs. Jimmy L. Aikens, Conyers; Mrs. Lottie Key, Mrs.

Essie L. Aikens and family, Covington; Mrs. Maude Winder, Atlanta; Mrs. Annie M. Binion and family, Madison, nieces, nephews, cousins and other relatives and friends are invited to attend the service.

Family and Continued in Next Column FUNERAL NOTICES friends will assemble at 8105 Geiger Covington. Lackey's Funeral Home. SWAYZE Funeral services for Mr. L. H.

Swayze will be held Monday morning at 10 o'clock at Holy Trinity Episcopal Church. Rev. J. F. G.

Harper will officiate. Interment in Arlington Memorial Park. A. S. Turner Sons.

THOMAS Funeral services for Mrs. Emma Delaney Thomas of 643 Willard Ave. S.W. will be held Tuesday, Sept. 18, 1973 at 2 p.m.

from the West Hunter Street Baptist Church. Rev. Ralph D. Abernathy officiating. Survivors are four children, Mrs.

Ruby Maddox, Mr. Willie F. Simon, Mrs. Essie Whitehead and Mr. E.

Woodrow Branch all of Atlanta; one sister, Mrs. Leola Reid of Social Circle, two brothers, Mr. J. B. Delaney and Mr.

Thomas Delaney; seven grandchildren; seven great-grandchildren, nieces, nephews and a host of other relatives and friends. All are asked to assemble at the residence at 1 p.m. The remains will lie in state at the church from 12 noon until 2 p.m. Interment in Southview Cemetery. Alfonso Dawson Mortuary, 3000 Gordon Rd.

S.W.. TURNER-Mrs. Ludie Turner, age 72, of Alpharetta passed away September 15. Surviving are husband, Mr. Joe Turner; son, Mr.

Joseph D. Turner, Ft. Valley; sisters, Miss Audie Adair, Mrs. Alma McKoon, Alpharetta; Mrs. Henry Williams, Atlanta; grandchildren, great-grandchildren; nieces and nephews.

Funeral services will be held Tuesday morning at 10 at the Alpharetta First United Methodist Church with the remains placed in state at 9:30. Rev. Forrest King, Rev. Carl McGrady officiating. Interment Greenlawn Cemetery.

Louie E. Jones Funeral Home, Alpharetta. IN MEMORIAM loving memory of My dear husband Samuel D. Pearson who passed one year ago today Sept. 17, 1972.

Life is a beautiful memory, absence is a silent grief. He sleeps in God's lovely garden. In sunshine and perfect peace. Sadly missed by wife Rosa Lee; stepnephews, nieces, cousins and friends. Howard L.

Carmichael BENNETT Mrs. Nannie Louise Bennett of 1672 Neely East Point died Sunday. Survived by son, Mr. Charles J. Bennett; sisters, Mrs.

Emma Hannon, Mrs. Horace Weems; brothers, Mr. J. B. Flint, Mr.

Flint. Funeral services Monday, 2:30 p.m. Chapel of Howard L. Carmichael Sons. Rev.

Larry Stewart officiating. Interment Hillcrest. GRAVES Mr. James A. Graves of Indianapolis, Ind.

formerly of East Point died September 16. Plans later. Howard L. Carmichael Sons. 1 Allen Couch Son RIVERSIDE CHAPEL KISER Funeral services for Mrs.

Harrison (Bertha) Kiser will be held Monday at 1 o'clock from Couch's Riverside Chapel. Rev. Harley Kimmons will officiate. Interment Oak Grove Baptist church yard, Cherokee County. Pallbearers meet at the chapel at 12:45.

Remains are at the residence, 2179 LaDawn Lane N.W. Funeral Directors J. Austin Dillon Co. 688-4680 Services For: Anacz Brownlee, 11 a.m., chapel Assembly of God Tabernacle. BROWNLEE services for Mr.

Thomas M. Brownlee will be held Monday, September 17, 1973 at 11 a.m. from Dillon's chapel. Dr. L.

E. Smith offiating. Entombment, Westview Abbey. Pallbearers will meet at the Chapel at 10:45 a.m. Messrs: B.

I. Bradford, Bobby Lee Pierce, Raymond Pierce, Samuel Turner, Jim Hyder, Tommy A. Pierce. J. Austin Dillon Co.

CROW Funeral services for Mr. Milton Van Crowe will be held Monday September 17, 1973 at 11 a.m. from the Assembly of God Tabernacle with the remains placed in state at 10 a.m. Rev. James G.

Mayo, Sr. officiating. Interment Resthaven Cemetery. Pallbearers will meet at the church at 10:45 a.m. J.

Austin Dillon Co. Albert M. Dobbins FUNERAL, HOME MARIETTA. 428-2636 FLANAGIN Mr. George W.

(Wash) Flanagin, age 88, of 359 Clay Marietta died Continued in Next Column FUNERAL NOTICES BROOKS -Friends and relatives of Mr. and Mrs. R. E. Brooks, Elam Forest Park; Mrs.

J. D. McLendon, College Park; Mr. and Mrs. W.

A. Hindman, Bristol, Mr. and Mrs. Chester Hindman, Bamberg, S.C.; Mr. and Mrs.

Tom Hindman, Fairburn; Mr. and Mrs. Frank Hindman, Savannah, nieces and nephews, are invited to attend the funeral of Mrs. R. E.

(Alma) Brooks Tuesday at 11 o'clock at the Herschel McDaniel Chapel. Rev. L.E Woldrop officiating. Interment Hillcrest. Herschel McDaniel, Inc.

Fairburn. BROWN Funeral services for Mr. Roy H. Brown will be held at the graveside in Westview Cemetery, Monday September 17, 1973 at 4 p.m. Rev.

Samuel H. Christopher will officiate. The family requests that contributions be made to the Scottish Rite Hospital, Decatur, Ga. Pallbearers will assemble at the funeral home at 3:30 1 p.m. Horis A.

Ward, Inc. BURKS Master Dessellas Burks the son of Mr. and Mrs. Clinton Burks of 3154 Reeves Circle, Apt. 104, passed September 15, 1973 in Rochester, Minn.

Funeral announced later. Thornton Mortuary, 3346 Gordon Rd. S.W. CAMP-Friends and relatives of Mr. John H.

Camp, Decatur, Mrs. Dorothy Bowen, Mr. and Mrs. P. C.

Christopher, Mr. and Mrs. H. C. Camp, Decatur, Mr.

J. W. Camp, Atlanta, Mrs. W. C.

Camp, Douglasville, Mr. and Mrs. Frank Neaves, Daytona Beach, 16 grandchildren, 22 great-grandchildren, several nieces and nephews, are invited to attend the funeral of Mr. John H. Camp Tuesday, Sept.

18, at 1 p.m. from the Friendship Baptist Church with remains placed in state at 12:30 p.m. Rev. Roy Smith, Rev. Raymond Drake will officiate.

Interment Eastview Cemetery. Pallbearers will assemble at the church at 12:45 p.m. Horis A. Ward Inc. CASH The friends and relatives of Mr.

and Mrs. Grover C. Cash, Orlando, Mr. and Mrs. Jack M.

Williams, Clarkston; Mr. and Mrs. R. P. Burrill, Melbourne, Mrs.

Charlotte Wright, Ft. Worth, Mrs. Karen Boniface, Ft. Rucker, Mr. Jack Williams, Clarkston; Mr.

Ronald Burrill, Miss Lorrie Burrill, Melbourne, and Chris Boniface, Ft. Rucker, Ala. are invited to attend the funeral services of Mr. Grover C. Cash Wednesday morning at 11 o'clock at the graveside in Fellowship Cemetery in Tucker, Ga.

Dr. D. D. Harris will officiate. A.

S. Turner Sons. CLEVELAND Mr. Grover Ben Cleveland of 2072 Morehouse Dr. N.W.

passed away at a local hospital September 16, 1973.. Funeral announced later. Sellers Bros. COUSIN Funeral service for Mr. Willie Glen Cousin of 18 Tuxedo Ave.

will be held Tuesday, Sept. 18, 1973 at 2:30 p.m. from the Mt. Gilead United Methodist Church, Carinth Rd. The body will lie in state one hour before the time of service.

Rev. W. T. Henderson officiating. Interment Sunset Lane Cemetery.

Survivors, one daughter, Mrs. Mary Dixon of Washington, D.C.; four sons, Mr. Willie C. Cousin, Atlanta, Mr. Jessie Cousin, Mr.

Sanford Cousin, Mr. Earnest Cousin all of Newnan, one sister, Mrs. Addie Sims, Dayton, Ohio; nine grandchildren, one uncle, Mr. and Mrs. Jessie Cruver, Newnan; nieces, nephews and a host of other relatives and friends.

Sellers Funeral Home, Newnan, Ga. DUNN The friends and relatives of Mr. and Mrs. J. B.

Dunn, Miss Thelma Horne, Mr. Louie Horne, Senoia, Rt. Mr. and Mrs. William Nelms, Mrs.

Roger Hanson, Miss Gail Nelms, Miss Jill Nelms, Mr. Tim Nelms, Mr. David Nelms, Decatur; are invited to attend the funeral of Mrs. J. B.

(Lucas Horne) Dunn Tuesday afternoon September 18, 1973 at 3 o'clock from the Mt. Carmel United Methodist Church in Merriwether County. Rev. Kenneth Deitle, Rev. Don Welsh, and Rev.

Harold Braswell will officiate. Interment church cemetery. Haisten Funeral Home, Griffin. EXUM Mrs. Lee (Sallie) Exum, age 84 of McDonough, Ga.

died Sept. 16, 1973. Surviving are daughters, Mrs. Weyman Babb, McDonough, Mrs. Sam A.

Burnley, Atlanta; son, Mr. Grady Exum, Temple City, Calif. Grandchildren, great-grandchildren, nieces and nephwws. Funeral servIces will be held Monday afternoon, Sept. 17, at 4 0'- clock from Flippen United Methodist Church with the remains placed in state at 3:30.

Rev. Scobie Branson and Rev. Hoyt Jenkins will officiate. Continued in Next Column Saturday. Surviving are daughters, Miss Edna L.

Flanagin, Mrs. Eunice F. Payne, Mrs. Sarah F. Wright, all of Marietta; Mrs.

Lois F. Ghorley, Mableton; five grandchildren, two greatgrandsons, several nieces and nephews. Funeral services will be held at 2 o'clock Monday afternoon in the chapel of Albert M. Dobbins Funeral Home, Marietta. Rev.

Nelson Price officiating. Interment Kennesaw Memorial Park Cemetery. Pallbearers will please meet at the funeral home at 1:45 p.m. Haugabrooks JACKSON Mr. Andrew Jackson of 119 Bass St.

S.E., father of Mr. Count Jackson, photographer, Atlanta, and Mr. Willie Jackson of Cleveland, Ohio, passed September 16, 1973. Funeral announced later. Haugabrooks Funeral Home.

NEELY-Mr. Arthur Neely will be funeralized Tuesday, Sept. 18, 1973 at 3 o'clock p.m. at Mt. Calvary Baptist Church, 17 Fairburn Road S.W., with remains placed in state at 1 p.m.

and will not be viewed after the eulogy. Rev. Roswell F. Jackson officiating, assisted by other ministers. Interment Companion Gardens, South View Cemetery.

His immediate survivors are wife Mrs. Birdie Jeter Neely, children, Mr. Arthur Neely Mrs. Elizabeth Neely Smith, Mr. Phillip R.

Neely, six grandchildren, three great-grandchildren, sister, Mr. and Mrs. Ralph N. Mosely, nephews, Mr. and Mrs.

Grady Neely and family, Mr. Willie F. Porter, Middletown Ohio, Mr. Berry Neely, nieces, Mrs. Beatrice King, Mrs.

Willie Mae Gregory, cousin, Mrs. Maudie P. Kirksey, Daytona Beach Mr. and Mrs. Robert Jeter, Detroit Mrs.

Valeria Walker, Detroit Mr. and Mrs. Julius Walker, Mr. Clarence Walker and Mrs. Frances Jeter and family, and a host of other relatives and friends.

All relatives and friends are asked to assemble at the residence, 3898 King Arthur Road S.W. at 2 p.m. Florist please deliver all flowers to the church at 1 p.m. Tuesday. Haugabrooks Funeral Home.

STONE-Mr. Lazarus (Swept) Stone of 333 Hilliard Street N.E. Apt. 8, husband of Mrs. Beatrice Stone, brother of Mrs.

Beulah Christopher, Mrs. Nancy Wilson, Mr. Mose Stone passed Sept. 16, 1973. Funeral announced later.

Haugabrooks Funeral Home. WILLIAMS Mrs. Ethel Williams, formerly of 14 Hilliard Street N.E. mother of Mrs. Annie Mae Young, Mrs.

Mattie Lou Williams passed Sept. 16, 1973. Funeral announced later. Send all messages to 480 Beckwith Court S.W. Apt.

D. Haugabrooks Funeral Home. A. C. Humperlay Sons Four generations of service 761-2141 O'DONNELL Miss Mary Eunice O'Donnell of 1180 Lee Place, S.W.

died Sept. 15, 1973. Funeral services Tuesday, Sept. 18, 11 a.m. St.

Anthony's Catholic Church. Father Eusebius J. Beltran officiating. Interment Greenwood. The Rosary will be said Monday, Sept.

17 at 6:30 p.m. Hemperley's Chapel. A. C. Hemperley Sons.

1. M. CASCADE HILL. OGLETHORPE HILL SPRING HILL Mr. Jack C.

(Jake) Cook will be held Monday, Sept. 17, 1973 at 11:30 o'clock at Cascade Hill. Rev. Wallace Z. Wiggins officiating.

Interment Forrest Hills Memorial Gardens. H. M. Patterson Son. 3610 Cascade Rd.

S.W. BROWN Miss Mitzi Louise of 3700 Buford Hwy. died Sept. 15, 1973. Surviving are her parents, Mr.

and Mrs. Phil U. Brown, Pascagoula, sister, Miss Sarah Brown, Atlanta; grandmother, Mrs. Jimmie Keating, Longview, Texas. Funeral service will be held Monday, Sept.

17 at 4 o'clock at Oglethorpe Hill. Rev. E. Lyle Harvey officiating. Interment Long View, Texas at a later date.

Those desiring may send contributions to the Mitzi Brown Memorial Drama Fund at Shamrock High School. H. M. Patterson Son, 4550 Peachtree Rd. CO0K-Funeral services for DAVIS Mrs.

Nora Hunt of Statham, Ga. died September 16, 1973. Surviving are her son, Mr. W. Lamar Davis, Doraville; daughter, Mrs.

Alvin Wright, Statham; sisters, Mrs. Virginia Bray, Continued in Next Column FUNERAL NOTICES Atlanta; Mrs. Flora Coats, Orlando, brothers, Mr. Glenn C. Hunt, Mr.

Ord Hunt, Atlanta; 4 grandchildren; 2 great-grandchildren. H. M. Patterson Son, Oglethorpe Hill, 4550 Peachtree Rd. PRESLEY Mrs.

Mary C. (Mollie), 1532 Montreat S.W. died Sept. 16, 1973. Surviving are son, Mr.

Herschel E. Presley, Atlanta; granddaughters, Mrs. Mary Sue Hood, East Point, Mrs. J. R.

Whitaker, Snellville: grandsons, Mr. Herschel E. Presley, Riverdale, Mr. John Neil Presley, Smyrna; nine great-grandchildren. H.

M. Patterson Son, Cascade Hill, 3610 Cascade Rd. S.W. RAY-Cmdr. U.

S. N. (Ret.) Charles F. of 2350 Palmour N.E. died September 15, 1973.

Surviving are his wife, the former Paulita Lane; son, Mr. Michael L. Ray; granddaughter, Mrs. Charlene Ray Cousens: grandsons, Mr. Michael Ray, Mr.

Dennis Ray, Mr. Randall Ray, all of Los Angeles. Funeral services will be held Tuesday, September 18, at 10:30 o'clock at Spring Hill. Chaplain Lt. Cmdr.

Ray Nobles officiating. The remains will be taken to San Diego, Calif. for interment. RICHARDSON The friends and relatives of Mrs. J.

C. Richardson Mr. and Mrs. Paul Clyatt, College Park, Mr. and Mrs.

Buford Battle, Gainesville Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Richardson Lithonia, Mr.

and Mrs. David P. Richardson, Atlanta, the grandchildren, are invited to attend the funeral of Mrs. J. C.

(Minnie Elder) Richardson Monday, Sept. 17, 1973 at 1 o'clock at Spring Hill, Rev. James W. Dyer officating, interment Westview. As pallbearers, Mr.

Braxton H. Barden, Mr. Robert B. Clyatt, Mr. Fred W.

Cochran, Mr. V. C. Gray, Mr. Malcolm J.

Green Mr. William R. Green. SCHEETZ Interment services for Mr. Ashton Hunter Scheetz Jr.

will be held Monday Sept. 17, 1973 at 11:30 o'clock at Westview, Dr. Harold Zwald officiating. H. M.

Patterson Son, Spring Hill. WALSH Mrs. Frank Ogden Sr. of Atlanta, died Sept. 15, 1973.

Surviving are her sons, Mr. Frank O. Walsh Atlanta, Mr. Thomas E. Walsh, Vero Beach, Mr.

George G. Walsh, Little Rock, sister, Mrs. Robert Motley, Miami, seven grandchildren, eleven great-grandchildren, several nieces and nephews. Private interment services will be held Tuesday, Sept. 18, at 10 o'clock at Westview.

Dr. Harry Fifield officiating. Please omit flowers. H. M.

Patterson Son, Spring Hill. Roswell Funeral Home SCOTT Mr. Robert J. (Bobby) Scott of Marietta died September 16, 1973. Funeral arrangements later.

Roswell Funeral Home. J. Cowan Whitley Co. FUNERAL DIRECTORS DOUGLASVILLE, GEORGIA TUGGLE-Friends and relatives of Mr. and Mrs.

William Harvey Tuggle, and Mrs. James Tuggle, Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Tuggle, Mr. and Mrs.

Alton Holland, Winston; Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Tuggle, Mr. and Mrs. Roy Cato, Austell; Mr.

and Mrs. Ray D. Wright, St. Louis; grandchildren are invited to attend the funeral of Mr. William Harvey Tuggle, Sr.

Monday, September 17, 1973, at 2 p.m. from Ephesus Baptist Church, Winston. Dr. Ira Warren and Rev. Alton Smith will officiate.

Remains will be placed in state at 1 pm. Interment church cemetery. J. Cowan Whitley Co. WAITS Mr.

Larry Waits died Sunday, September 16, 1973. Arrangements announced later. J. Cowan Whitley Co. FLOWERS "World Wide CREDIT CARDS HONORED BY PHONE 261-4263 HARPER'S Flowers 876-5766 FLOWERS 255-1611 4090 ROSWELL RD..

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