Alabama Journal from Montgomery, Alabama (2024)

ALABAMA JOURNAL, Montgomery, Ala. Monday, July 16, 1979 Prattville Man Wreck Victim Two brothers from Florence drowned in Shoals Creek Sunday, raising Alabama's weekend accident death toll to at least seven. Five of the seven, including a Prattville man, died in traffic accidents. They also included state Rep. James T.

Waggoner's 18-year-old son, Scott Waggoner of Birmingham. Authorities said Bobby Lawson, 1 14, and Billy Lawson, 13, were on a family outing when they drowned while swimming in Shoals Creek about two miles east of Florence. Their bodies were recovered. State troopers said a Germantown, youth, David F. Brant, was killed Sunday when the car in which was riding ran off U.

S. 82 near Ethelsville in Pickens County, then shot back across the highway into the By The Associated Press path of an oncoming car. And Carl Ray Martin, 23, of Prattville died Sunday after falling off the back of a pickup truck on U. S. 82 just west of Prattville.

Police at Homewood said the Waggoner youth was killed early Sunday when his jeep overturned on a road just south of Birmingham. Two other victims were killed Saturday. They were: Ethel Dunn Meis, 60, of Hernando, who was struck by a car on U.S. 231 about 14 miles south of Montgomery. She was first reported to be a resident of Elmore County.

Mrs. Linda McCane, 23, of Fyffe, who was struck and killed by a car near Boaz, in Marshall County. The Associated Press counted weekend accidental deaths in Alabama from six o'clock Friday to midnight Sunday. Medicaid Cuts To Begin Oct. 1 The state Medical Services Administration will begin limiting some Medicaid services Oct.

1 to reduce expenses. Twenty-one cost-cutting programs will probably be implemented, according to MSA Com- NOTICE! Notice is hereby given that appliedtion has been made to the Council of the City of Montgomery, Alabama, for approval of a permit for the sale of Club Liquor and Beer at Jimmy's Lounge, 1. N. Corporation, Pappa Topp's, 2391 Federal Drive and that public hearing on said application has been set before the Council of the City of Montgomery at 7:00 p.m. July 31, 1979 at the Council Chamber, City Hall, Montgomery, Alabama.

Anyone desiring to be heard either for or against said application may appear in person at said time or may indicate his or her wishes in writing by communication addressed to the City Council. John L. Baker, City Clerk Ala. Jou. July 16, 1979 LEGAL NO NOTICE PUBLIC HEARING ON THE DRAFT AGREEMENT FOR FISCAL YEAR 1980 AND VARIOUS INDIVIDUAL ENVIRONMENTAL PROGRAMS OF ALABAMA WHICH ARE A PART OF SUCH AGREEMENT The State of Alabama and the En- vironmental Protection Agency are working to insure that Federal environmental funds made available to the State are utilized in an integrated, cost -effective, and coordinated manner.

Toward that end, a draft of a Agreement (SEA) concerning the utilization of these monies has been developed and will, in accordance with the requirements of 40 CFR S25, be the subject of a public hearing to be held in the Auditorium of the Richard Beard Building, 1445 Federal Drive, Montgomery, Alabama, on August 6, 1979, beginning at 9 a.m. Public comment on the individual will be involved environmental this programs approach which in ing FY-80 will also be considered. The hearing will be conducted to receive constructive comments from all interested persons to aid in finalizing the agreement (SEA) and the State program environmental submission of any Activities involved agency. those of the Alabama Improveinvolved in the agreement, include ment Commission, the Alabama Air Pollution Control Commission, the Division of Solid Waste (Alabama Department of Public Health), Division of Public Water Supplies (Alabama Department of Public Health). Information regarding the agreement or a particular program area may be obtained from any of the agencies previously identified and draft copies of the various materials ate available for inspection in the offices of the Environmental Health Administration, Alabama Department of Public Health, Room 328, State Office Building, Montgomery, (205, 832-3176) and offices of the Alabama Water Improvement Commission in Birmingham (Unit 806, Building 8, 225 Oxmoor Circle), and Mobile (4358 Midmost Drive) Copies are also available at the Regional Planning Commission Offices listed below: Muscle Shoals Northwest Alabama Council of Local Governments Decatur North Central Alabama Regional Council of Governments Birmingham Birmingham Regional Planning Commission Tuscaloosa West Alabama Planning and Development Council Camden Alabama-Tombigbee Regional Commission Mobile South Alabama Regional Planning and Development Commission Huntsville Top of Alabama Regional Council of Governments Anniston East Alabama Regional Planning and Development Commission Auburn Lee County Area Council of Governments Montgomery Central Alabama Regional Planning and Development Commission Montgomery South Central Alabama Development Commission Dothan Southeast Alabama Regional Planning and Development Commission Copies are available for public inspection at the libraries listed below University of South Alabama Library, University Boulevard, Mobile University of Alabama, Main Library.

Acquisitions University Ralph Brown Draughon Library, Serials Auburn University, Auburn Florence-Lauderdale Public Library, 218 N. Wood Avenue, Florence Gadsden Public Library, 254 College Street, Gadsden Phenix City Public Library, 500 14th Street, Phenix City Public Library of Selma and Dallas County, 1103 Selma Avenue, Selma Fairhope Public Library, 10 N. Summit Street, Fairhope Troy State University Library, University Avenue, Troy Individuals desiring personal copies of the agreement and associated program plans may obtain them at their own expense by contacting the Environmental Health istration, Department of Public Health, at its mailing address: State Office Building, Montgomery, AL 36130. Anyone desiring to make a presentation may appear at the hearing, but written comments should be mailed to the Director, Environmental Health Administration, at the above mailing address. Those persons wishing to make oral presentations at the hearing should write the Environmental Health Administration at the above mailing address in order that adequate scheduling may be made.

Persons who in advance of the hearing notify the Environmental Health Administration in writing of their intent to make an oral presentation will be scheduled in the order of receipt of their request, while those registering at the hearing will be scheduled in the order in which they complete registration cards. An effort will be made to give each person who wishes to do so an portunity to make oral comments; Health however, the Environmental Administration reserves the right to limit the length of each presentation in the interest of allowing all parties to testify. It is also urged that each person making an oral presentation furnish a written copy of such comments. Migy, Adv. Ala.

Jou. June 22; July 16, 23, 30, 1979 FORM OF COMPLETION Hill Dental Co. hereby gives notice of completion of contract with the State of Alabama for construction of Dental Equipment in Trenholm State Technological College. This notice will appear for four consecutive weeks beginning on July 16, 1979 and ending on Auguat 6, 1979. All claims should be filed at 1903 Walnut Street, Montgomery, Alabama 36106 during this period.

HILL DENTAL CO. Ala. Jou. July 16, 23, 30 Aug. 6, 1979 Death Notices ANDERSON, Mrs.

Virginia BASCOMB, Mrs. Annie Satchell CRAWFORD, Jeannette Duncan DAVIS, Laura Ruth McCall EMFINGER, Oiney Odis GILLIS, Clarence Broughton GORRIE, Mrs. Frankie Mapes GUMPF, Edward Frederick HARRIS, Mr. James (Sugar) HAYES, Riley C. HAYNES, Frank L.

HULL, Bernard JONES, Thomas Milton LAMB, Mr. Jimmie MURRAY, Mrs Maggie L. PATTERSON, Mr. Henry SANDERSON, Mr. James MORGAN, Kate Andress MOYE, Mrs.

Docie J. ROSS, Mrs. Lela SANDERS, Sue W. SANDERSON, Paul SMITH, Leopold STANFORD, Joseph Phillip VANDIVER, Mr. James WALKER, Marvin L.

WARREN, Mr. Joseph Roblert III WEBSTER, Mrs. Ella WIMBERLY, Mr. Jessie missioner Jack Worthington, but final approval on the proposed action will have to come from the U.S. Department of Health, Education and Welfare.

The Medicaid program is about $33 million over its $244 million budget and the commissioner claims the program could run out of money some time next month. In an attempt to curb program costs, Worthington plans to impose a limit to recipients of four prescriptions a month to save about $700,000. Medicaid should also save about $5.5 million by reducing the number of drug items covered by the program. Medicaid recipients will have to pay an additional 50 cents on prescriptions costing $11 or more, according to Worthington. They presently pay 50 cents regardless of cost.

About $300,000 is to be saved by limiting pre-operative hospitalization to one day unless necessary because of medical conditions and hospital admissions on Friday and Saturday will be denied except in emergencies. A $1.7 million savings should result from restricting outpatient visits to four per year unless prior authorization is granted. The 30-day limit on hospitalization will be reduced to 15 days, with pre-authorization allowing an extra five days. This should save about $3.7 million. Approximately $11 million may be cut off the state's cost of maintaining Medicaid recipients in nursing homes by doubling entry requirements for residents and requiring them to pay the first month of confinement each year.

The basic Home Health Care program is limited to 100 days annually, but this would be changed to 52 days in order to save about $400,000. In another attempt to curb costs, Gov. Fob James has given MSA permission to hire seven auditors to work with nursing homes to recoup erroneous and duplicate payments. This is designed to save about $1.3 million. Although Medicaid funds may expire in August, the state Legislature has appropriated $8.5 million in emergency monies and legislation is pending to give the program an additional $9 million.

James supported the first emergency appropriation, but claims the second will not be necessary because of the cost cutting measures. 2 Roles Touchy For This Wife By NICK LACKEOS The slings and arrows of small town politics can cause stress, especially if one happens to be the mayor's wife and a management planner assigned to the town. That is the touchy predicament Janet Lanier, wife of Eclectic Mayor Frank Lanier. Mrs. Lanier, who married the mayor several months ago, is a planner and management specialist for the Central Alabama Regional Planning and Development Commission.

Headquartered in the commission's Montgomery office, she works with the mayor and city council members in Elmore and Autauga county towns and frequently attends town meetings to explain to local officials what federal grants are available. She said she has received any personal criticism only once. It came at last week's Eclectic City Council meeting when 20 to 30 people protested the resignation of former Councilman Boland Moncrief. "I didn't have anything actually to do with that," she said, referring to the June 23 meeting when Moncrief resigned at the council's request. The resignation came after Lanier told the council Moncrief had falsified ambulance records and filled his private vehicle with 20 gallons of city gasoline.

Mottcrief said he took White Chapel ty. ANDERSON, Mrs. Virginia a lifelong resident of H.S. Jones SANDERSON, Paul, age 66. A lifelong resident of Montgomery, Ala.died suddenly at 13:00 a.m.

Saturday, July 14, at his residence 1850Lockerbie Street. Graveside services were held Monday, July 16, 1979 at 10 a.m. from Greenwood Cemetery with the Rev. Driftwood Rucker officiating. White Chapel Funeral Home directling.

Survivors include wife, Mrs. Mattie Mae Sanderson, Montgomery; one sister, Mrs. William C. Bowman, Montgomery; two nephews, Bowman, Montgomlery, and W. C.

Bowman Houston, Texas. In lieu of flowers donations may be made to your favorite chari- Montgomery, and of 3353 Norman Bridge Rd. died in a Birmingham hospital at 1:50 a.m. Saturday, July 14, after a brief illness. Funeral services were be held from the First Presbyterian Church at 2:00 p.m.

Monday July 16, with Rev. Neil Gilmour officiating. in Greenwood Cemetery. White Chapel directing. include one son, Mark Anderson, III, Montgomery; one brother, P.

W. Stahlnecker, Crystal Lake, IL; one sister, Mrs. Dorothy S. Smith, Montgomery; two grandsons, Mark Anderson IV, and Richard Anderson, both of Montgomery. Pallbearers will be Edwin Wells, Clark Richardson, William D.

Hammond, Kyle Kyser, Frank G. Whitfield, L.B. Whitfield, III, Carle W. Johnson, Stantley B. WilIliams.

EMFINGER, Olney Odis, age 79, a resident of Montgomery for 40 years and of 2545 McGehee died at 4:20 a.m. Thursday, July 12 in Orlando, FL after a brief illness. Funeral services were held at 2:00 p.m. Sunday, July 15, 1979 from White Chapel with Minister Ray Dutton officiating. Burial Memorial Cemetery.

Pallbearers were Lloyd Frank Emfinger, Tommy Emfinger, Al Vann, William Freye, Lynn Touch and Felton Nelson. Honorary pallbearers will be all members of Montgomery Homebuilders Association. MOYE, Docie J. Mrs. a liferesident of Montgomery land of 2925 Sumpter Ave.

died Sunday July 15, 1979 in her home after a brief illness. Funeral services will be 2 p.m. Tuesday from White Chapel with Rev. Harold Barnes officiating. Burial will be in Greenwood Cemetery.

White Chapel directing. Survivors include daughter, Mrs. Ellen F. Ficquette, Montgomery; one son, Ben J. Moye, Millbrook: three sisters, Mrs.

Mamie J. Brown, Mrs. Addie Brown, Miss Alsie Johnson, all of Montgomery; three brothers, Morris, Dewey and Lewey Johnson, all of Montgomery; six grandchildren. Leak-Memory B.R. CARGILE STANFORD, Joseph Phillip, lage 31, a resident of 1704 S.

Perry Street died July 13, 1979. Graveside services were Sunday at 3 p.m. with the Rev. Gary Light and Rev. Alvin Stewart officiating.

Burial Greenwood Cemetery. Leak, Memory Chapel directing. He was the son of late Robert E. Stanford. He is survived by his mother, 'Mrs.

Carolyn Wagner Van Ryzin; brother, Dr. Robert E. Stanford, Auburn, one sister, Mrs. Aubrey Stabler, Greenville, AL: two nieces, Miss Ashley land Stabler, both of Greenville. Active Pallbearers were Billy Weber, Johnny Goff, Glenn Pringle, George V.

Kenmore, Don Holland, Peter Perry, Sonny Cauthen, Pat Cox, Jeff Cox, Mike Harris, Hunter Hess, and Mike Benton. Death Notices Death Netices GORRIE, Mrs. Frankie M. MURRAY, 1524 Mrs. Maggie Mapes, age 86, a resident of age 75, Sanford Street, 1528 S.

Court Street and a formerly of Philadelphia, PA lifelong resident of Mont- died local Thursday, July 12, Funeral 1979 14 at gomery, 6:30 died p.m. at her resi- services were Monday at 3 Saturday, July in a hospital. dence after an extended ill- p.m. from Beulah Baptist ness. Funeral services will Church with the Rev.

W.F. be held from Leak-Memory Alford officiating. Ross-ClayChapel Monday at 5 p.m. with ton is Funeral Home directing. Rev.

Gary W. Light officiat- She survived by one son, Cemetery. She is survived by one sister, Mrs. ling. Burial in Greenwood Richard Murray, her husband, Pecola Stanford, grandchildren, MontgomPallbearers will be J.M.

Gor- Stephen, Miami, FL, Joel and Gorrie, Montgomery ery; three rie, David F. Gorrie, Julia Murray, (D.O.D. GerJesse A. Gorrie, Shepard many); three nieces, Flossie Gorrie, Robert E. Gorrie.

Clemons, Mary Landrum, Fred Fannin, Curtis Essie Ruthe Satanford, Fannin, Jack Chisholm. Montgomery; three resident HAYNES, of 419 age Greenridge 81, a Montgomery, Alanzo, Frank nephews, Johnny Stanford, Road, and of Montgomery for four great nieces, Anita L. Landrum, Carnell Clemons; 30 7:12 years, died Saturday at McCants, Ft. Smith p.m. in a local hospital Alonzetta AR, after a brief illness.

Funeral and Sharmeen Stanford. Sims, Saundara services were from Leak- Memory Chapel Monday, at nephew, Montgomery; Rodney one Landrum, p.m. with Rev. James one greatJones officiating. Cemetery.

Burial is great niece, Liatitia Sims: Montgomery; Greenwood wife, He one daughter-in-law, Emma Maxine survived by Haynes, his Mrs. D. Murray; one brother-inFrank law, John Stanford; one unMontgom- ery; Haynes, one son, Raliegh, NC: L. cle, Cleveland Jackson; one Rowe, step-son, Jacksonville, Charles AL; one C. adopted daughter, Mrs.

Ruby aunt, Sophie Jackson; one sister, Mrs. Jessie Ward, Pam McElrath, god McElrath; two children, Huntsville, grandchildren. AL, The andfour family phia, PA, Bruce McElrath, (U.S.A.F., VA), a number of requests the omission of devoted cousins, friends, and flowers. other relatives. She was a GILLIS, Clarence Broughton, member of the Rising Sun; age 51, a resident of 300 Baptist Church, PHiladelDoncaster Drive, Columbia, phia, PA.

SC, died extended Friday at illness 7 in p.m. SMITH, Leopold, 877 after an a Columbia, SC hospital. Fu- local Hutchinson hospital. Street, Funeral in ser- a died neral Chapel were. vice wil be services held Tuesday at Monday fromLeak-Memory at 2 with Min- 11:00 a.m.

at Ross Clayton isters Jesse C. pm. Perkins and Chapel, with Dr. W. L.

Alford John Payne officiating. officiating. Burial will be in; Burial in Greenwood Ceme- Remount Cemetery. Ross He is survived by his Clayton Funeral Home directery. wife, Elliott ting.

Survivors include his Gillis, Irmo, SC; his mother. father Will Smith. Sisters, Mrs. Betty Mrs. Lucyle B.

Gillis, Mont- Geneva Watts, Mary Bell Gail gomery; Donnan, daughters, Beaufort, SC. Mrs. Clarise Weatherspoon. two Mrs. Carter, Laura Mae Payne, Miss Luanne Gillis.

Brothers, Emmett, Stewart, Charleston, SC; sister. John A. and Willie J. Smith Mrs. Lucinda Durbahn, St.

Aunts, Mrs. Mittie Gray, Paul, Minn. Pallbearers, Mary Howard, Mrs. Lillie were Nick Busey, Felix Nich- Bell Smith. Uncle, John olis, Hubert Broughton, Bibb, Smith.

Attorney Nephews, Billy George A. ny Harold Green. Honorary Carter, Kenneth Smith, EmBroughton, Ben Edwards. pallbearerswere Elders mett Dianne Smith. Smith.

Miss Nieces, Miss A. Highland Church of Christi Mrs. Brenda Glenda and Jimmy Lee. Faye Smith, T. WARREN, Mr.

Joseph Rob- and Christine Smith. ert 48 years old a resi- Louise Sister-in-law, Mrs. Mary dent of RT.6 Prattville, died other relatives and Smith. And a host of from a brief illness. He is friends.

survived by his son, Robert WIMBERLY, Mr. Jessie, a A. Warren, Prattville, and resident of 4148 Goode Street mother, Mrs. Willie Maddox- died in a local hospital FriWarren, Prattville. July 13, 1979.

Funeral services will be 2 p.m. arrangements and relatives day at Leak Memory Chapel. will be announced later by with the Rev. Pruitt Willis Ross-Clayton Funeral Home. officiating.

Burial in Green- WEBSTER, Mrs. Ella, a reswood Cemetery. A. Pallbearers ident of 147 will be I. Eskridge.

died in a local Simpson hospital Street FriDamon George Marvel, Hudson, Larry Clifford Avant. day, July 13, 1979.0 relatives Funeral Cleveland, Charles A will be (arrangements announced and later by Wilson. Ross-Clayton Funeral Home. GUMPF, Edward Frederick. ROSS, Mrs.

Lela a resident age 67, a resident 3457 S. of 807 South Decatur Street Court resident Street of and a lifelong died in a local hosptial July Montgomery 12, 1979. Funeral services died Saturday, July 14, al will be held 4:15 a.m. after a brief illness. 18, 1979 at 2:00 p.m.

from Wednesday, July Graveside services were held South Decatur Street Sunday at 3:30 p.m. at Green- Church, Rev. R.B. Baptist Martin Cemetery with officiating. Burial in Merwood Robert J.

Ostenson officiat- riweather Cemetery. Suring. directing. Leak-Memory is Chapel vivors are her daughters, He survived by Miss Beverly Ross, and Miss his wife, Mrs. Zora Mae Gwendolyn two Gumpf, Montgomery; one Mr.

Thomas Frazier, Phila- sons, Ross; son, Edward F. Gumpf, PA, and Mr. Montgomery; two brothers. Solomon Calhoun, Newark, delphia, and Harold Ralph Gumpf, Gumpf, Montgomery Billings. one sister, Mrs.

Bertha Davis, Detroit, MI; one Montana; one sister, Mrs. brother, Mr. Bennie Frazier, Helen Finley, grandchildren, Auburn, Edward AL: Prattville, AL; eight grandthree children; several nieces. F. Gumpf III, Aleshia Z.

nephews, aunts and other relGumpf, and Terry Teague. atives. all of Montgomery Pallbearers were Hugh Cottle, William Fuller, Dan Williams, Boy Bowling, Umphrey Bowling, Oliver Cooper and Malcoln Holloway. Greenwood J.L. HALE CONNER WALKER, Marvin age 78.

a resident of 1301 Adams died in a local hospital. July 13, 1979 after an extended illness. Funeral services were held at 2:30 p.m. Sunday, July 15, 1979 from Greenwood Funeral Homel with the Rev. Percy Dennis officiating.

Burial in Greenwood Cemetery. Survivors include his wife, Codeeliah Walker; two daughters, Mrs. Lorene Newman, Mrs. Nell Downs; one son, Mr. Edward Nelson Walker, all of Montgomery; 11 grandchildren.

children; 12 Pallbearers great grandWayne Walker, Ray Downs. Walter Downs, Elliott Newman, Roger Lee, Phillip Emfinger, Edward Walker, Jr. SANDERS, Sue a resident of Engleside Nursing Home and formerly of Meridian, MI, died July 14, 1979 after an extended illness. Graveside services were held at Magnolia Cemetery, MeriJuly dian, 16. MI at 1 Greenwood p.m.

Monday, Funeral Home directing. Survivors include one son, Mr. Varner A. Maxey, Millbrook, AL; a sister, Mrs. Florine Gunter, Michael Quitman, MI; one grandson, Allen Maxey; one granddaughter, Kaye four greatgrandchildren.

E. G. Cummings Ross-Clayton MONTGOMERY PATTERSON, Mr. Henry. Montgomery died in Louisville, KY.

Funeral arrangements and relatives announced later by Ross-clayFuneral Home. Death Notices PRATTVILLE CHAPEL JONES, Thomas Milton, age 67, a resident of 140 North Northington, Prattville, died unexpectedly Saturday, July 14, 1979, at his home. Funeral services were at graveside 3 p.m. Sunday from Oak Hill Cemetery with the Rev. All Finch officiating.

He is survived by his wife, Laverle Bullard Jones, Prattville; one daughter, Mrs. Sherrill (Annette) Butler, Mobile; two sons, Tommy and John Allen Jones, both of Prattville; one sister, Mrs. Aileen Wadsworth, Prattville; one granddaughter, Lisa Butler. In lieu of flowers memorial donations may be made to the First Baptist Church of Prattville. Mr.

Jones served as Autauga County Tax Collecter for over 30 years. CRAWFORD, Jeannette Duncan, 54, a resident of 112 Oakland Drive, Prattville. died Sunday July 15, 1979 in her home after an extended illness. Funeral services will be 2:30 p.m. Tuesday July 17, 1979 from the First Baptist Church, Prattville with Rev.

Al Finch Memory officiating. Gardens Burial will be in Cemetery. Ridouts Prattville Chapel directing. Survivors include her husband, Jim Crawford, Prattville, parents, Mr. and Mrs.

Elmo Duncan, Kennett, MO; one daughter, Paula Armstrong, Ramstien, Germany; two sons, Jim Crawford, Joe Crawford, both of Prattville; one sister, Rebecca Granger, Merced, CA; two brothers. Curtis Duncan, Dale AK: Lloyd duncan, Sarisota, FL; five grandchildren. The famiily requests that in lieu of flowers donations may be made to the Autauga County Chapter of the American Cancer Society, C-0 Mrs. Julia Smith, P.O. Box 236.

Prattville. Campbell Ridout's Campbell WETUMPKA HULL, Bernard, 83, a resident of Rt. 1 Rockford, AL died Friday July 13, 1979 in a Montgomery Nursing Home after an extended illness. Funeral services were Sunday at 3 p.m. July 15, 1979 Providence Baptist Church, Coosa County, Rev.

Gregory officiating. Burial in churchyard Cemetery. Campbell Funeral home of Wetumpka directing. Survivors include two nieces. Mrs.

Margaret Gillespie, Montgomery, Mrs. Margaret Stoutamire, Pensacola, FL; nephews, Ralph Hull. Millbrook, Freddie Hull. Ramona, CA, Jack Crew. Sarasota, FL; one brother.

Adin Hull, Dearborn. MI. Active pallbearers were Ralph Hill, Ralph Gillispie. Barney Stoutamire, Joe Collins, Foy Billy Collins. DUNKLIN-HERNDON GREENVILLE MORGAN, Kate Andress.

age 95, of Greenville died Saturday, July 14. Services were held from the chapel of Dunklin-Herndon Funeral Home at 3 p.m. Sunday, July 15. Interment followed in the Spring Hill Cemetery with the Rev. Ralph Mullins officiating and DunklinHerndon directing.

She is survived by three daughters. Mrs. Lillian Perdue, Greenville, Mrs Virginia Harris and Mrs. Ilma Walston, both of Montgomery; two sons. Milton Morgan, Greenville and Burnett Morgan, Honoraville: one sister, Mrs.

Danny Perdue, Honoraville; and one brother, Joe Andress, Georgiana. Grandsons served as pallbearers. MEMORY CHAPEL UNION SPRINGS HARRIS, Mr. James (Sugar), age 67, a resident of Rt 2, Midway, Aberfoil Community, was killed in an auto accident Thursday, July 12, 1979. Funeral services will be Monday, July 16 at 2.

p.m. from the Elizabeth Baptist Church, Aberfoil Community with the Rev. L.D. Days officiating. Burial will be in the Mt.

Zion Baptist Churchyard Cemetery. Memory Chapel Union Springs directing. Survivors include his wife, Mrs. Lucille Harris, Midway; three daughters, Mrs. Rethelle Ellerby and Mrs.

Alice Jones, both of Midway, Mrs. Lucille Smith, Detroit, MI; eight sons, James, Joel, and Frank Townsel, Atlantic City, NJ, Mr. Clifford Townsel, Atlanta, GA, Mr. George Townsel, Midway, Willie James, Donald. and Oscar Lee Harris, Midway; sisters, Mrs.

Lessie Harris, Atlanta, GA, Mrs. Eula Holmes, Albany, GA, and Mrs. Essie Lucas, Tuskegee; two brothers, Mr. Chance, Montgomery, Mr. Joseph Harris, Ft.

Walton Beach, FL; one 16 grandchildren, two grandchildren, and a host of relatives and friends. The body will lie in state at the church one hour prior to funeral time. People's TUSKEGEE BASCOMB, Mrs. Annie, Satchell a resident of Boston, Mass. and former resident of Tuskegee Institiue died Saturday morning July 14, 1979.

Funeral arrangements will be announced later by the Peoples Funeral Home. JARRETT MEMORIAL WETUMPKA Sarber-( Chilton CLANTON STATE HAYES, Riley C. age 84 resident of Jemison, passed away July 14, 1979. Funeral services were be Sunday July 15, at 2:00, from Sarber Chapel. Burial in Pates Chapel Cemetery.

Survivors include hiswife Freddie Hayes, one son, Richard Hayes, 3 daughters, Mrs. Martha Bolton, Mrs. Alice Bolton, and Mrs. Etta Porter, one brother, E. J.

Hayes, all from Jemison, Alabama. 14 Grandchildren and 30 great grandchildren. STATE DAVIS, Laura Ruth McCall, 80, a resident of 2251 Highland Ave, Birmingham, died Sunday July 15, 1979 in a local hospital. She was a member of the Methodist church in Montgomery and a retired school teacher in Columbus, GA. Graveside services will be 2 p.m.

Tuesday from Greenwood Cemetery with Rev. Jack Holland officiating. Johns Ridouts Funeral Home of Birmingham directing. Survivors include two nieces, Mrs. Helen Crawford, Birmingham, Mrs.

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16 Services ABOVE ALL: QUALITY ADDITIONS, brick block, concrete, enclosed carports, formica countertops. Aluminum gutters, screens storm windows, patios, with self-contain gutters. All types of roofing. Remodeling, interior, exterior repairs, ceramic tile, vinyl flooring. ALL WORK GUARANTEED.

ences Rolling available. Call 277-8306 DAY or OR 263-9504. NIGHT. ABSOLUTE Best Home Repair. Roofing, siding, painting, carpentry, modeling, additions, small -large odd jobs.

Work Guaranteed. 277-6957. ADD AN ADDITION And let our professionals remodel your home. We enclose carports, build rages, sepcialize in concrete work, whirlpool health spas, and swimming BATHTUB MAN Bathtubs Sinks refinished 269.4941 Master Charge Visa (Classified Advertising WANT AD INFORMATION NEW ADS After piacing your ad, our AdVisors will read it back to you. Make sure it reads the way you want it, and it is in the correct ciassification.

No ad can be deliberately misclassified as a prerogative of the person placing the ad. The Advertiser Company is the sole judge of the proper classification for each appearing in the classified section and in the best interest of the readers cannot deviate from this policy. ERRORS Check your ad the first day for any errors. We will be happy to correct your ad if an error has been made; however, we cannot be responsible for errors after the first day. Make certain the correction has been made properly.

If you cannot find your ad call us the day you expected it to start. CANCELLATIONS Once your ad has been placed, it cannot be cancelled or corrected until after it runs the first day. When calling in to cancel your ad, be sure you are given cancellation receipt number. Be sure you record this number. No adjustments will be made unless this cancellation number is presented.

ABBREVIATIONS We do not abbreviate words within heading and body of ads. Certain standard abbreviations used in firm names and addresses are acceptable. MAJOR HEADINGS: Announcements 2-16 Automotive 22-40 Employment. 45-52 Farmers 62-80 Financial 82-90 Items For 92-130 Leisure Items -Places 132-170 Mobile Homes 172-180 Pets 182-190 Real Estate For 192-220 Real Estate For Sale 222-250 DEADLINES 3:30 p.m., Monday through Friday for ads starting the next day. WEEKENDS 3:30 P.M.

Friday ads starting Saturday, Sunday, or Monday. Phone service for cancellations corrections only: 8 to 10 A.M. Saturday for Sunday, 8 to 10 A.M. Sunday for Monday. OFFICE HOURS A.M.

to 5 P.M. Phone service only, P.M. to 8 P.M. Monday through Friday, Clesed Saturday Sunday. MONTGOMERY PRATTVILLE, WETUMPKA Dial 264-4561 FROM ELSEWHERE IN DIAL TOLL FREE: 1-800-392-5794 Drive-In Window 116 S.

McDonough St. Mall Address: Calter Box 1000 Montgomery, Ala. 36102 small.Financing available. Free estimates. 834-2293 ALL KINDS home repairs, painting odd jobs.

All work guaranteed. HUEY ROLLING, 263-9504 ALUMINUM SIDING Cut your power bills Save year round! Energy saving service includes aluminum siding, trim, overhangs, aluminum doors, windows storm windows. Completely eliminates painting. Special Summer Rates. FREE estimates.

Financing available. BEN SLAUSON BUILDERS 834-2293 A-1 Paneling, Home Repairs, Remodeling, Cabinets, painting, patios, covers, drives. After 4: 272-4222, 288-7664. A-1 WORK, brick block, patios, driveways, stucco, patch plastering, sheet rock, tile. Small jobs.

264-6658. CABINET Counter Tops. Colorful formica covered cabinets. 30 years experience, all work guaranteed. JEFF FULLER 263-0486 CABINETS, Formica counters, bookcases, carpenter repairs.

Reasonable. References. 365-4508 or 263-5073. Capitol Contracting Call JACK THAGGARD at 263-2381 or 288-5206 For large or small home repairs, remodeling, additions or roofing DOZIER, Loader work. Grading, clearling, trenching, roads, ponds, landscaping, tifton sod.

281-4824. FOR Garbage service or trash removal call BROWNING FERRIS INDUSTRIES, 834-5580. GENERAL HAULING. Trash Or materials. to 5 ton.

279-8833. Contractors Additions, driveways, painting, brick block, cement, cabin making, home building, siding, patios, service. 834-3691 FREE ESTIMATES. HOPSON REPAIR SERVICE. Small repairs.

Interior, exterior, painting. Call 272-7661. HOUSE needs painting? Fast service, quality work, free estimate. Call Rusty Caro, 277-1244. JUNK CARS REMOVED FREE! Cash for complete cars with salvageable parts, batteries.

281-5883. LANDSCAPING, DOUG NICKERSON 285-6287. Grading, shrubbery, sodding, bush hogging, lof clean up, and top soil. LIGHT Tractor and concrete work Free Esitmates, Call 365-1847 MEADOWS Home Repairs-General Contractor. Carpentry, wallpapering.

painting, kitchen cabinets, counter tops, ceramic tile. Quality work-reasonable prices. 272-9369. NEED A 24 HOUR SERVICE QUALITY CARE 284-3020 NEWTON SERVICES 277-9846 Licensed, Bush-Hogging, landscaping, lot clean-up, shrubbery, tree trimming. PAINTING Inside and out.

Paper hangling. Call Barney Morrison 281-3643 from 6 p.m. to 8 a.m. REDECORATING. Call Gayfers Decorator Consultants for Free Estimates on Custom Drapery and Upholestery.

Montgomery Mall, 288-3500, Eastdale. 277-7200 THOMAS Tree Service. Topping, trimming, removing, lots cleared, firewood service, licensed, insured. Free mates. 279-8833.

WE Repair all Mr. Coffees or any small home appliances. Call Handyman 334-4537, 1351 Federal Dr. Coliseum Shopping Center. WESTCOTT designer and consultant is ready to work with you and your architect on all decorating problems.

Call 288-7495. 16 Services ADDITIONS, Remodeling, painting, siding, driveways, 31 years experience. Free estimates. Charles Bush, 284-0808. ADDITIONS REMODELING Home repair, paneling, roofing, painting, concrete, patio covers, carport, new construction.

CEDAR CONSTRUCTION 567-4868 ADDITIONS, remodeling, cabinets, bookcases, Home Builders. References. Charles Whitworth 281-1816 anytime. ADDITIONS AND REPAIRS. We build carports, garages, dens, jobs or small.

Call HERB TAYLOR or 277-3007. ALL carpentry, remodeling, repairs, around home or business. All work guaranteed. Call Raymond Carr, 281-4878, 288-4430. ALL KINDS OF HOME REPAIRS, additions, remodeling, roofing, painting, storm windows.

No job 100 the gasoline to be used in two civil defense generators which do not belong to the city, but which Moncrief has said will serve the city during emergency power blackouts. Moncrief attended July 3 meeting with the supporters, and asked that he be reinstated. Lanier said the council would consider his request, but Councilwoman Dorothy Baughman said she knows of no plans to vote Moncrief back into office. Mrs. Lanier was at the meeting to inform the council of the availability of a $90,000 development grant for the expansion of Aaron Park, a recreation facility with baseball fields and tennis courts that was built from a $50,000 federal grant drawn up by her office in 1975.

A citizen demanded that Moncrief be reinstated and then, calling Mrs. Lanier "Miss Mayor," asked what business she had attending a council meeting. "I just try to keep my cool," said Mrs. Lanier, the 23-year-old planner who drew up a plan in 1977 that made Eclectic eligible for federal grants. She rarely attends a council meeting, and when she does, it is on official planning business, she said.

Do such remarks both" er her? She replied, have a lot of grey Lee's MONTGOMERY VANDIVER, Mr. James 2037 Terminal Road, died Friday, July, 13. Funeral services will be held Thursday, July 19, at 2 p.m. from Lee's Chapel with Rev. Robert Jackson officiating.

Burial in Wescott Cemetery. Lee's Funeral Home directing. Survivors include a devoted wife, Mrs. Catherine Vandiver; six children, Willie James Vandiver, Gerson Vandiver, Bettye diver, Sylvester Vandiver, Sylvia Vandiver, Mrs. Almal Taylor; one son-in-law, Mr.

James H. Taylor; two daughters-in-law. Mrs. Rosa diver and Mrs. Mattie Vandiver, a very close friend, Mr.

John M. Harris; and host of grandchildren, cousins and other relatives. SANDERSON, Mr. James, P.O. Box 502, Hope Hull.

Died in a local hospital Friday. July 13. Funeral services will be held Tuesday, July 17, at 2 p.m. from Throne Baptist Church with Rev. Brown officiating.

Burial in Sanderson Cemetery. Lee's Funeral Home directing. Survivors include daughter, Mrs. Linda Foster: two sons, James and Melvin Sanderson; three sisters, Mrs. Frances Arrington, Mrs.

Lattie M. Wilson, Mrs. Banche Turner: four brothers, Gunter, Phillip, Lindsey, and Wallace Sanderson; six grandchildren and a host of and nephews. Family hour will be Monday from 7 until 8 p.m. Body will lie in state in the Church from 1:00 p.m.

until; funeral hour. HOWARD HOWARD MONTGOMERY LAMB, Mr. Jimmie, a resident of Rt. 1, Box 221 Hope Hull, died in a local Saturday, July 14, 1979. Funeral plans and survivors will be announced by Howard and Howard Funeral Service.

YARD WORK Lawns' mowed. shrubs trimmed. Expert care. Free estimates. 265-0993 or 567-5065.

Automotive 22 Automobiles Domestic CADILLAC, 1964 Fleetwood Brougham, loaded, good condition, 284-3951. CADILLAC Coupe 1975, white on white. all extras, clean. Dependable, Well cared for car in top shape. $3350.

1365-1057..

Alabama Journal from Montgomery, Alabama (2024)

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