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for Wednesday FORECAST 70 Figures show high temperatures for area Rain Cold Worm 90 Showers Stationary Occluded NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE NOAA, US Dept of Commeres -AP Laserphoto Rain is predicted only for New England and parts of New York. Nashville Temperatures 2 a.m. 57 2 p.m.. 81 4 a.m. 58 4 p.m..

83 6 a.m. 59 6 p.m... 78 8 a.m. 63 8 p.m.. 69 10 a.m..

72 10 p.m.. 66 Noon. 77 Midnight. 64 Yesterday's high 84 at 3 p.m. Low 56 at 5 a.m.

Mean 68. Normal 69. Sunset today at 6:43 p.m. Sunrise tomorrow at 6:36 a.m. high this date 94 in 1961.

Record low this date 40 in 1896. Hich this date last year 72. PRECIPITATION for the day ending at midnight: 0. Total this month: deficiency: 1.43. Total this year: 32.22; deficiency 2.99.

HUMIDITY at midnight: 67 BAROMETER at midnight: 30.17, rising. WINDS TODAY Northeast, 5- 10 mph. VISIBILITY Fair. City Low High City Low High Albany .49 59 Jackson 54 86 Albuquerque .58 86 Kansas City, 57 71 Attenta. .57 83 Las Vegas 69 Atlantic City .66 72 Little Rock Baltimore .58 86 Los Angeles 65 Birmingham.

.50 87 Louisville. Bismarck 48 71 Memphis. Boise 67 Miami Boston .59 78 Milwaukee .66 82 New Orleans C'laton, 55 75 New York. Charlotte. .54 81 North Platte Cheyenne.

.57 76 Okie City. Chicago .50 61 Omaha. Cincinnati .57 63 Philadelphia Cleveland. .53 60 Phoenix Dellas 93 P'land, Denver .56 87 P'land, Ore Des Moines .55 68 Richmond Detroit 61 St. Louis Duluth .33 54 S.Lake City Flagstaff 74 San Diego Hartford 77 S.

Francisco. Honolulu .75 88 Seattle Houston .72 86 Tucson. Indianapolis. .55 67 Washington 62 National temperature extremes for yesterday: Low 25 at Ironwood, Mich. High 102 et Imperial, Calif.

NASHVILLE AREA Partly cloudy today, high in mid-70s; fair. tonight, tomorrow, low tonight in upper 40s. TENNESSEE Partly cloudy today, high in 70s to mid-80s with highest in west; fair tonight, tomorrow, low tonight in 40s northeast to 50s west. U.S. Temperatures By National Weather Service Forecasts Wilson Zoning Panel Says No to Apartment Site Plans By J.B.

LEFTWICH Tennessean State Correspondent LEBANON The Wilson, County Board of Zoning rejected last night a recommendation of the Planning Commission to approve site plans for an apartment complex on Old Hickory Lake. The motion by Rath McKee carried by a 3-2 vote and met with sustained applause from a standing-room-only crowd of homeowners from the county's extreme western region. DEVELOPER Ben Merritt, who proposed to build 250 apartments on 38 acres of land across the lake from Hendersonville, said after the meeting the matter is not yet settled, and his next step is consultation with his attorneys. In making his motion, McKee cited hazardous access routes along Green Harbor and Rebel Roads to the proposed site. Attorneys representing residents who live along the lake described the roads, which are regarded as below standard, as narrow, winding and, in places, extremely treacherous.

John Acuff, who serves as Death Natices IRVIN, Mrs. Mary -Monday, September 21, 1981, in Upper Marlboro, Md. Survived by daughter, Mrs. Rosetta Miller, Nashville; five other daughters and four sons; grandaughter, Ms. Wanda Miller, Nashville; grandson, William Miller, Memphis; sister-in-law, Mrs.

A.Z. Nashville. Funeral services will be held Saturday, September 26, 1981, at lla.m. from the Mt. Olive Baptist Church in Coraopolis, Pa.

Interment in Coraopolis. Send all communications to the Copeland Funeral Home, 867-5th Avenue, Coraopolis, Pa. Courtesy notice by WILLIAM GUNTER SONS, INC. ROSS, Raymond Eugene- -September 20, 1981. Survived by wife, Kareen C.

Ross, Donelson; four sons, William, Michael and Richard Ross, all of California, Robert Ross, Nashville; mother, Mrs. Elsie Baker, California; four brothers, George Ross, Kansas, Elmer Ross, Dennis and William Baker, all of California; two sisters, Barbara Kroll and Peggy Baker, both of California. Remains are at Hibbett and Hailey Funeral Home. Graveside services 1:00 Thursday, at the National Cemetery. P.S.G.

U.S Army. Employee of HoliHIBBETT AND HAILEY FUNERALHOME, 883-2361. GREEN, Mrs. Altha Mae- Of 2515 Delk. Monday, Sept.

21, 1981, at a local hospital. Survived by devoted daughter, Mrs. Annie Manning; sons, Messrs. Jimmie Lee, John and Herman Green; fifteen grandchildren; one daughter-in-law; two sons-inlaw; other relatives and friends. Family visitation at Protective Funeral Home, 707 Monroe, THURSDAVe evening from 7 to 8p.m.

Funeral services to follow immediately, conducted by Bishop Dawson Trigg. Flowerbearers and Pallbearers fr lends. Interment Friday morning at in Greenwood Cemetery. PROTECTIVE FUNERAL SERVICES M. (Woods, Jones), Directors.

THE TENNESSEAN, Wednesday, September 23, 1981 29 SPORTS A.M. Gerulaitis Suspended 21 Days For Conduct YORK (AP) Vitas Gerulaitis, a semifinalist at the U.S. Open, has been suspended from the Volvo Grand Prix circuit for 21 days for minor-offense fines totalling more than $5,000 over the previous 12 months. M. Marshall -Happer, the administrator of the men's International Professional Tennis Council, made the announcement yesterday.

Gerulaitis, who accumulated $2,000 in fines at the U.S. Open in addition to he $3,800 he had previously been fined over past year, began serving his suspension Monday. Gerulaitis originally had 14 days to contest his fines at the Open, but last Friday his agent notified Happer that he would not bother with an appeal. The fines at Flushing Meadow occurred during Gerulaitis' fourth-round victory over Ivan Lendl for abusing a fan, in his semifinal loss to John McEnroe for verbally abusing an official and for missing one news conference. Happer also indicated that upon the recommendation of Volvo Grand Prix Supervisor Keith Johnson, he had begun an investigation to determine if Gerulaitis should also be charged with the major offense of aggravated behavior under the players' code of conduct.

Gerulaitis has until Sept. 28 to respond to this investigation, which could net him both an additional $10,000 in fines and a one-year suspension. African Boycott Unlikely BADEN-BADEN, Germany (AP) African sports leaders gave a further indication last night that they are not planning to boycott the 1984 Olympic Games in Los Angeles. Delegates from African national Olympic committees met to discuss the controversial tour of the United States by the Springboks' rugby team from South Africa. Afterwards, Anani Mathia of Togo, president of the association of African NOCs, told newsmen, "We are extremely happy with the measures taken to fight racial discrimination in sport.

We are pleased with the efforts made by the national Olympic committees of both New Zealand and the United States. "All men who fight against racialism, whether they are on national Olympic committees or not, are our friends. "The question is not in terms of a boycott of Los Angeles or not. We are agreed that the New Zealand and U.S. Olympic.

committees have done everything in their power to protest against Mathia's comments followed remarks Monday by Abraham Ordia, president of the Supreme Council for Sport in Africa. Ordia said the council had been restrained in its policy on Los Angeles by the stand taken by the USOC and by Juan Antonio Samaranch, president of the International Olympic Committee. Comings Goings From WIRE REPORTS Sweden's Bjorn Borg, the world's second-ranked player, whipped European junior champion Matts Wilander 6-1, 6-1 yesterday in first play at the $75,000 Martini Open tennis tournament in Geneva, Switzerland St. Louis Cardinals owner August A. Busch III said yesterday 1 he agrees with the United Auto Workers that manager Whitey Herzog shouldn't have been promoting foreign cars in television commercials.

Herzog has been praising Japanese-built Toyotas while dressed in his Cardinals uniform Lee Trevino, whose rags to riches saga has become an integral part of the lore and legend of the game, and veteran pro Ralph Guldahl were inducted into the World Golf Hall of Fame yesterday in Pinehurst, N.C. College Litratings Favorites in BOLD CAPS -Neutral field Home Team (Rating) Margin Opponent (Rating) ARIZONA (109.1) 18 Fullerton (90.8) -Arkansas (117.3) MISSISSIPPI (117.4) ARMY (99.1) 14 Brown (85.5) BAYLOR (110.0) Texas Tech (101.0) California (115.0) SAN JOSE STATE (118.8) Central Michigan (95.7) ARKANSAS STATE (105.7) Cincinnati (85.5) RUTGERS (106.5) Citadel (100.6) APPALACHIAN STATE (115.6) Colorado (106.6) BRIGHAM YOUNG (128.6) Cornell (82.3) COLGATE (104.5) DAYTON (104.9) De Pauw (79.2) East Carolina (96.6) TOLEDO (96.7) -FLORIDA (131.8) Mississippi State (122.8) GEORGIA (130.3) South Carolina (119.7) GEORGIA TECH (120.5) Memphis State (108.4) Harvard. (88.0) HOLY CROSS (93.8) HOUSTON: (116.8) Utah State (98.1) Iowa (113.0) UCLA (143.9) IOWA STATE (113.9) Kent State (88.3) KANSAS (118.4) Kentucky (117.7) KANSAS STATE (100.0) Drake (94.8) LAMAR (108.6) Southwest Texas (106.4) LOUSIANA STATE (110.8) Rice (97.7) Marshall (85.8) EAST TENNESSEE (88.0) MICHIGAN (123.9) Navy (120.0) Eastern Michigan (68.4) MIAMI (OHIO) (115.5) MICHIGAN STATE (103.9) Bowling Green (88.6) MINNESOTA (106.8) Oregon State (103.7) MISSISSIPPI (117.4) Arkansas (117.2) Mississippi State (122.8) FLORIDA (131.8) MISSOURI (122.7) Louisville (116.4) Nebraska (121.3) PENN STATE (133.5) New Mexico (101.1) FAIR FORCE ACADEMY (103.9) NORTH CAROLINA (149.1) Boston College (110.0) NORTH CAROLINA STATE (111.8) Maryland (104.9) NORTHERN ILLINOIS (92.6) Illinois State (83.6) Northwestern (94.5) UTAH (110.3) OHIO (104.8) Ball State (73.2) OKLAHOMA STATE (105.8) San Diego State (93.8) Oregon (111.6) WASHINGTON (118.7) Princeton (92.0) DELAWARE (98.9) Purdue (123.9) NOTRE DAME (126.9) Richmond (103.7) SOUTHERN MISS (121.6) Southwest Lousiana (93.3) NORTH TEXAS STATE (101.3) Southern California (132.8) OKLAHOMA (133.5) Stanford (109.9) OHIO STATE (122.8) Syracuse (96.5) INDIANA (104.5) Tennessee (108.1) AUBURN (110.3) Texas (112.7) MIAMI (FLA.) (124.8) TEXAS (113.7) Louisiana Tech (94.9) TCU (106.5) SOUTHERN METHODIST (131.9) TULSA (110.0) Southern Illinois (92.3) Vanderbilt (107.1) ALABAMA (126.2) Virginia (105.4) DUKE (110.9) VIRGINIA TECH (125.1) Wake Forest (106.8) VMI (94.8) WILLIAM MARY (102.7) Washington State (107.7) ARIZONA STATE (132.8) WEST TEXAS (107.9) Texas Arlington (85.6) WEST VIRGINIA (109.9) 23 Colorado State (86.9) WISCONSIN (125.4) Western Michigan (95.0) Yale (99.0) CONNECTICUT (100.4) Austin Peay (86.8) WESTERN KENTUCKY (102.6) BOISE (96.8) Northern Arizona (88.9) BUCKNELL (84.0) Rochester (88.9) TENN CHATTANOOGA (100.2) Jacksonville (Ala.) (95.8) EASTERN KENTUCKY (104.8) Akron (77.0) HAWAI (103.7) Idaho (72.2) Idaho State (95.3) NEVADA RENO (103.2) Indiana State (89.0) WICHITA STATE (104.3) -JACKSON STATE (100.6) Mississippi Valley (87.8) LEHIGH (96.2) Pennsylvania (77.9) LIBERTY BAPTIST (86.0) James Madison (75.6) Maine (75.7) BOSTON (86.7) MASSACHUSETTS (95.5). Dartmouth (92.2) N- -Mississippi Valley (87.8) JACKSON STATE (100.6) MONTANA STATE (97.9) 35 Simon Fraser (62.5) MOREHEAD STATE (82.6) Middle Tennessee (81.0) MURRAY STATE (95.6) Tennessee Tech (83.1) NEVADA LAS VEGAS (112.3) Long Beach (100.6) NEW HAMPSHIRE (97.3) Towson State (78.8) RHODE ISLAND (81.7) Concordia Moorehead (70.5) TENNESSEE STATE (97.1) Texas Southern (70.6) Western Carolina (79.9) PURMAN (103.9) The Top 25 1. North Carolina (149.1) 13.

Pittsburgh (126.7) 2. UCLA (148.9) 14. Alabama (126.2) 3. Southern California (133.9) 15. Wisconsin (125.4) 4.

Oklaboma (133.5) 16. Virginia Tech (125.1) 4. Penn State (133.5) 17. Miami Florida (124.8) 6. Arizona State (132.8) 18.

Purdue (123.9) 7. Southern Methodist (131.9) 19. Mississippi State (122.8) 8. Florida (131.8) 20. Ohio State (122.8) 9.

Georgia (130.3) 21. Missouri (122.7) 10. Michigan (128.9) 22. Texas, (122.3) 11. Brigham Young (128.6) 22.

Nebraska (122.3) 12. Notre Dame (126.9) 24. Georgia Tech (120.5) 25. Navy (120.0) Death Notices Death CRAGON, Col. Henry -Died Sept.

20,1981 in Tampa, Fla. Survived by wife, Hannah Cragon; daughter, Mrs. Richard (Judith Reeves, Tampa, son, Stephen D. Cragon, Brentwood, brothers, James A. Cragon, Atlanta, M.

Cragon, Alexandria, five grandchildren. Col. Cragon was a retired financial executive of the Bell Telephone System and a retired Reserved Colonel in the U.S. Army. Remains will be sent to Marshall Donnelly Combs, 201 25th Avenue North, where interment will be held in Mt.

Olivet, Thursday, Sept. 24, 1981 at 10:00 a.m. conducted by Rev. Charles Murphy. IN LIEU OF FLOWERS DONATIONS MAY BE MADE TO ALL SAINTS EPISCOPAL CHURCH, BIRMINGHAM, ALA.

MARSHALL DONNELLY COMBS, 327-1111 Franklin, Ta. Brentwood, Tn. GOODPASTURE, James Ridley Age 94, Monday evening, September 21, 1981. Survived by, Mr. Mrs.

Felix Peach, Brentwood, who he resided with for the past eight years; one brother, Henry Goodpasture, Nashville; one sister, Mrs. Hettie Rose Core, Nashville. Remains are at Franklin Memorial Chapel, 1009 West Main Street. Graveside services will be conducted 2 p.m. Wednesday, September 23, 1981 at Williamson Memorial Gardens, Dr.

Blake Warren, Bro. Bob Dobbins. Interment Williamson Memorial Gardens. Active Pallbearers: Eston Miller, Howard Gardner, Glen Huff, Jimmy Peach, Merl Wheeley, Alex Wheeley. FRANKLIN MEMORIAL CHAPEL, 794-1512 FateL.

September 22, lins, Phil Sears, Jack Malone. ROESCH PATTON DORRIS CHARLTON, Eastland Chapel, 904 Gallatin Rd. 227-4424 MCFARLAND, Sam -September 22, Survived by wife, Mrs. Ruth McFarland; one daughter, Sammye McFarland Oakley; one son, James Porter McFarland; two grandsons, Keith and Johnathan Oakley; two brothers, Paul McFarland, Guy McFarland. Remains are at Hibbett Hailey Funeral Home, where services will be conducted 2 p.m.

Thursday by Bro. Bob Hendren. Interment Mt. Olivet Cemeterz. Nephews and friends will serve as Pallbearers.

HIBBETT HAILEY FUNERAL 1981 at a local infirmary. Survived by wife, Mrs. Elva Mae Forkum; three daughters, Mrs. Reba Pique, Mrs. Betty Fox, Mrs.

Norma Collins; one son, Albert H. Forkum; seven grandchildren; four great grandchildren; nieces and nephews. Remains are at the Eastland Chapel, 904. Gallatin Road, where services will be conducted Thursday afternoon at 2 o'clock with Rev. Robert H.

Parker officiating. Interment Woodlawn Memorial Park. Honorary Pallbearers: Cotton Sunday School Class of Meridan Street United Methodist Church. Active Pallbearere: Chester Raines, Jim Pique, Daryl Collins, Fred Col- KIRKPATRICK, Mr. Russell Gordon -Monday, September 21, 1981, in Memphis, Tn.

Survived by wife, Mrs. Louise Grigsby Kirkpatrick, Memphis, sons, Dr. John Kirkpatrick, Grosse Point, Robert Kirkpatrick, Dallas, seven grandchildren. Mr. Kirkpatrick is in the Dogwood Room of Woodlawn Funeral Home, Thompson Lane.

Funeral Services will be conducted Wednesday morning, September 23, 1981, at 10a.m. in the Woodlawn Chapel of Roses, with Rev. Earl Parker, officiating. Interment Woodlawn Memorial Park. Active Pallbearers, Thomas, James, Matthew, Edward, Jr.

Kirkpatrick, and Ricky Clevenger. Arrangements by WOODLAWN FUNERAL HOME, 383-4754. WOOTEN, Mrs. Nannie -Expired Sunday Sept. 20, 1981, in Hubbard Hospital, Nashville, after a short illness.

A resident of 1323 Popular Street, Clarksville, Tn. Survived by husband, Mr. Frank Wooten, Clarksville, Tn; two sons, Mr. Frank Wooten, Clarksville, Mr. James Michael Wooten, Nashville, five daughters, Mrs.

Onie E. Williams, Mrs. Janet L. Long, both of Clarksville, Attorney Mariah A. Wooten, Nashville, Mrs.

Linda G. Roberts, Anchorage, Mrs. Brenda J. Reynolds, Fort Hood, eight grandchildren; two great grandchildren; a host of other relatives and friends. Visitation, Wednesday, 7 to 8 p.m.

in the Cyrstal Chapel of Hooker Funeral Home, Clarksville, Tn. Funeral Thursday, Sept. 24, 1981, 1 p.m. at the First Baptist Church, Vine Street, Clarksville, where she was a member. Rev.

Jasper Northington, officiating; Rev. Shelby Brown, Pastor. Interment Rest Haven Cemetery, Clarksville, Tn. Arrangements entrusted to HOOKER FUNERAL HOME, Clarksville, 645-6435. Samuel E.

Hooker, Diector. Franklin, Tn CHADWELL, Alonzo 22, 1981. Survived by wife, Mrs. Cora Jane Chadwell; three sons, Alonzo T. Chadwell, Robert A.

Chadwell, Ernest J. (Jack) Chadwell, all of Franklin; two daughters, Mrs. Thomas (Juanita) Riggins, Mrs. Billy (Peggy) Buford, both of Franklin; two brothers, G.E. Chadwell, Wilburn S.

Chadwell, both of Franklin; three sisters, Mrs. Inez Mayfield, Mrs Dan F. Rivers, Mrs. Carie Gaylor, all of Franklin; ten grandchildren; six great grandchildren. Remains are at Williamson Memorial Funeral Home, where services will be conducted 10a.m., Thursday, Rev.

Paul Sheppard, officiating. Honorary Pallbearers: Searcy Page, John Harry Page, Herbert Page, Leon McCandless, Orville Mayfield, Ivo Mayfield, Will Rivers, Dan W. Rivers, David, Mike, and Spencer Gaylor and Employees of Tenn. Dept. of Transportation.

Active Pallbearers: Wayne, Jimmy, and Sam Chadwell, Calvin King, Kerry Connell, Steve Foster, Thomas Riggins, Billy Buford and Heath Brown. Interment Williamson morial Gardens. WILLIAMSON MEMORIAL FUNERAL HOME, 794- 2289. McPHERSON, Wallace D. -September 20, 1981 in Chattanooga, Tn.

Survived by his wife, Anna Marcine McPherson; two daughters, Mrs. tricia Null, Deborah McPherson, both of Nashville; one son, Lloyd McPherson, Nashville; three grandchildren; two brothers, Roy and Ronald McPherson, Nashville; one sister, Mrs. Ulene Drumright, Nashville; parents, Mr. and Mrs. W.D.

McPherson, Nashville. Remains are at Hibbett and Hailey Funeral Home, 429 Donelson Pike, where services will be conducted at 10:00 a.m. Wednesday by Rev. Lynn Cassidy and Rev. James D.

Craig. Honorary Pallbearers: Fellow Employees of Railroad. Active Pallbearers: Tim Overstreet, Jim Younce, Mark McPherson, George Johnston, Gary Drumright, Robert Drumright, and Mike Weaver. Interment Hermitage Memorial Gardens. HIBBETT HAILEY FUNERAL HOME, 429.

Donelson Pike, 883-2361 CAMPBELL, Mrs. Bertha CurryMonday, Sept. 21, 1981 at Mt. Sinai Hospital, N.Y.C., New York. Survived by husband, Clemmie L.

Campbell; daughter, Charisse: Campbell, of Bronx, N.Y.; brother, The Reverend W. James Curry, of Nashville, Tn. Remains rest at Charles A. Patterson Funeral Home, 189 Lenox New York, N.Y. Home address: 780 Concourse Village West-Apt.

16L, Bronx, N.Y. 10455: Courtesy of K. GARDNER SON FUNERAL HOME WARREN, Mrs. Nettie L. -Age 71 years, of Claylick Road, Whites Creek, September 22, 1981.

Survived by husband, Richard R. Warren; daughters, Miss Dorothy Warren; Mrs. Mildred Anderson, Mrs. Peggy White; three grandchildren; three great grandchildren; sisters, Mrs. Irene Cox, Mrs.

Mary Crafton. Remains are at Anderson Garrett, Joelton, where services will be held Thursday, 1 p.m. by Rev. Leroy Dozier. Pallbearers: Grandsons.

Interment North Woodlawn Cemetery. ANDERSON GARRETT, Joelton. Livingston, Tn. WEBB, Claude Howard -Age 71, of Livingston, a retired farmer. Funeral services will be 10:00 a.m.

Wednesday at Speck Funeral Home Chapel. Burial in Okalona Cemetery. Mr. Webb died Sunday at his home. Survivors include six brothers, Jesse, of Livingston, Odell, of Covington, Carver, of Woodbury, Woodrow, of Sparta, Charles, of Temperance, and Clarence Webb of Battle Creek, two sisters, Mrs.

Ernal Matthews, of Livingston, and Mrs. Vada Ledbetter, of St. Shores, Mi. SPECK FUNERAL HOME, 300 North Church Tn. chairman of the Planning Commission and is a member of the appeals board, made a motion to accept the site plan and W.J.

McCluskey seconded the motion. Mrs. Clara Stroop MURFREESBORO Services for Mrs. Clara M. Stroop, 81, of Murfreesboro, will be at 2:30 p.m.

today at Woodfin Memorial Chapel. Burial will be in Roselawn Memorial Gardens. Mrs. Stroop died Monday in Rutherford Hospital. Survivors include her husband, Homer Stroop; two sons, Dalton and Robert Stroop, Murfreesboro; three sisters, Mrs.

Arthur Watts, Murfreesboro, Mrs. S.H. Wood, St. Joseph, and Mrs. A.D.

Marable, Eagleville, six grandchildren and four great-grandchildren. Death Notices weeks. Died September 22, 1981. Survived by his parents, Clint and Cynthia Thornton; brother, Robert Gene Thornton, Mt. Juliet; grandparents, Mr.

and Mrs. Clint Thornton, Mt. Juliet; Mr. and Mrs. Silas Reece, Old Hickory; Mr.

Jerry Dean, Nashville; great grandparents, Mrs. Beatrice Conditt, Mt. Juliet; Mr. and Mrs. James Cummings, Nashville.

Remains are at Mt. Juliet Funeral Home. Graveside services will be conducted at Mt. Juliet Memorial Gardens at 2p.m., Thursday, September 24, 1981, with Rev Billie Friel, officiating. MT.

JULIET FUNERAL HOME, 758-5459. CHANEY, Mr. William -Tuesday, Sept. 22, 1981 at a local infirary. Survived by devoted wife, Mrs.

Emma Chaney; daughters, Mrs. Nina Chaney, Mrs. Hattie Mai Johnson, Mrs. Jessie Palmer; son, William Johnson; two grandsons, Mr. Demor Turner, Mr.

Albert Palmer Ill; granddaughter, Mrs. Nora Dean Johnson; aunt, Mrs. Nannie Pearl Rucker; dear friends, Mrs. Sylvia L. Davis, and Mr.

Lawrence G. Davis; host of other very devoted relatives and friends. Mr. Chaney is at the Richard Smith Funeral Home, 706 Monroe where the family will receive friends Thursday evening from 7-8 p.m. Funeral services to follow conducted by Rev.

J.H. Johnson. Floralbearers and Pallbearers selected from friends. Interment Friday morning, 11 a.m. National Cemetery, Madison, Tn.

RICHARD SMITH FUNERAL HOME, Directors. Mt. Juliet THORNTON, Jeffery Allan- -Age 7 21, 1981, at Rutherford Hospital. Survived by stepmother, Mrs. Martha M.

Howse; four sisters, Mrs. Emma L. Howse Layton, Compton, Mrs. Florence Howse Clay, Bilouxi, Ms. Gail Howse, Ms.

Sharon Howse Puckett, Murfreesboro; three brothers, Mr. John Ernest Howse, Mr. Ronnie Smith, Murfreesboro, Mr. Stephen W. Howse, Hermitage, two sisters-in-law, Mrs.

Lula Smith, Mrs. Cynthia Howse; one brother-inlaw, Mr. Otis Clay; dear cousin, Mrs. Addie Mae Batts; a host of cousins, nieces, nephews, other relatives and friends. Visitation with the family Thursday evening, Sept.

24, from at Scales Funeral Home. Funeral service Friday, from the above chapel at 2p.m., conducted by Rev. Dallas Rankins. Interment Evergreen Cemetery. H.

PRESTON SCALES SONS, Directors, Murfreesboro, Th: Murfreesboro HOWSE, Mr. Pete, III -Monday, Sept. CROCKETT, Gladys Karnes- -Monday evening, September 21, 1981 at a infirmary. Survived by daughters, Marion Gail Parker, Judith 1 Karnes Inman; sons, John Cayce Crockett, Walter Allison Crockett; sisters, Fannie Karnes Miller, Nashville, Ruby Brackett, Henderson, Thelma Taylor, Poca, W.Va.; one William Douglas Karnes, Nashville; thirteen grandchildren; two great grandchildren. Remains are at Marshall Donnelly Combs, 201 25th Avenue North, where services will be conducted 11 a.m, Thursday.

Honorary Pallbearers: Dr. Herman Kaplan, Mr. Gene Kidd, Dr. Mac Wayne Craig, Dr. George Carpenter, Dr.

Benjamin Fowler, Dr. Don Eyler, Dr. Thomas Parrish, Dr. Charles Hamilton, Dr. Frank E.

Nephews will serve as Active Pallbearers. Interment Woodlawn Cemetery. MARSHALL DONNELLY COMBS, 327-1111 KEMP, Mr. Larence Garland- -September 21, 1981 at a local infirmary. Survived by wife, Mrs.

Ruby L. Winfrey Kemp; daughter, Betty J. Mon-: toya, El Paso, Texas, Brenda J. Gibbs, Nashville, Sandra J. Davis, Debra S.

Boles, Nashville; son, Garland D. Kemp; twenty-three grandchildren; three great grandchildren; brothere, Benton H. Kemp, Indianapolis, Cecil A. Kemp, Montgomery, Glendill Kemp, Nashville, Hollis W. Kemp, Ft.

Worth, Texas, Clarence W. Kemp, Nashville; ters, Gracie L. Carter, Whites Creek, Jewell M. Dozier, Nashville, Julia Muzyck, Fargo, N. Dakota, Pearl Schlittler, Illinois.

Remains are at the Eastland Chapel, 904 Gallatin Road, where services will be conducted Thursday morning at 10 o'clock with Rev. Isham A. Harris Jr. officiating. Interment Hermitage Memorial Gardens.

Honorary Pallbearers: Nephews. Grandsons will serve as Active Pallbearers. ROESCH PATTON DORRIS CHARLTON, Eastland Chapel, 904 Gallatin Rd. 227-4424 SMITH, Coy Richard Jr. -Age 60, September 21, 1981 at Donelson Hospital.

Survived by wife, Mrs. Georgia Moss Smith; two daughters, Susan Gail Leary, Donelson, LuAnne Smith Davidson, Collierville; three dren; brothers, Arch Doyle Smith, Satelite Beach, Sidney Smith, Donelson, William Allison Smith, Hermitage; sister, Mrs. Peggy Renita' Riley, Alaska. Body was donated to Vander-4 bilt Medical Center for cancer research. Memorial Services will be held at Andrew Price Memorial United Methodist Church, Thursday, September 24, 1981 at 3:30 p.m.

with Rev. Frank E. Ebel, Pastor of Woodmont Presbyterian Church Independent. Family will receive friends after the services in the Fellowship Hall of the Church. IN LIEU OF FLOWERS DONATIONS MAY BE MADE TO THE AMERICAN CANCER SOCIETY, THE GIDEON INTERNATIONAL OR THE CARL FRY SCHOLARSHIP.

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