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ASTAR Page 38-THE MACON NEWS, Thursday, November 30, 1961 MIDDLE GEORGIA A DEATHS, FUNERALS FLOYD ADAMS McDANIEL Funeral services for Floyd Adams McDaniel, 72, of 2071 Vineville who died unexpectedly Monday in Richmond, while visiting his son, will be held at the graveside in Riverside Cemetery at, noon, McDaniel, retired manager of the Life Insurance Company of Virginia, was born in Bibb County. He was an elder of the First Presbyterian Church and was a veteran of World War 1. Surviving are his widow, the former Miss Addia Tuggle, Macon; a daughter, Mrs. Thomas Adkins, Atlanta; a Wilder E. McDaniel, Richmond, sory, and three grandchildren.

The family suggests that flowers be omitted. Hart's Mortuary has charge of arrangements. MRS. G. W.

JINKS JACKSON Funeral services for Mrs. G. 69, who died Monday morning' in Emory University Hospital, were held Wednesday morning in Cedar Rock Congregational Methodist Church with The Rev. Jerry Partain and The Rev. W.

L. Cawthon officiating. Burial was in Cedar Rock Cemetery. A native of Butts County, Mrs. Jinks, the former Miss Vida Bond, was daughter of J.

M. D. Bond and Mrs. Emma Stewart Bond. She was a member of Cedar Rock Congregational Methodist Church and was the widow of a former Butts County Commissioner.

Survivors include five daughters, Mrs. K. A. Richardson and Mrs. R.

L. Paul, both of Macon, Mrs. C. F. Smith and Mrs.

H. M. Stephens, both of Jackson, and Mrs. K. L.

Mann, Baltimore, one son, Lamar P. Jinks, Jackson; two sisters, Mrs. E. W. O'Neal Deand Mrs.

Floyd Boyd, Monticello; four brothers, 0. J. Bend, Jackson, L. Bond, Rome, W. C.

Bond, Locust Grove; and ten grandchildren. W. R. ANDERSON SR. WARNER ROBINS Walter Raleigh Anderson 71, died Wednesday night in a Milledgeville hospital after a long illness.

Funeral services are incomplete and will be announced by Christopher Funeral Home of Warner Robins. Mr. Anderson lived at 122 Kingsbury Circle, Warner Robins, and was born in Ft. Valley, He was a retired insurance salesman and a dry cleaning plant operator. He was a member of the Second Baptist Church of Warner Robins, and the 49'er's Sunday School class of the church.

He had lived in Warner Robins for 11 years, coming here from Ft. Valley. Survivors include his widow, Mrs. Julia Hamlin Anderson, Warner Robins; two daughters, Mrs. J.

Jones Sr. and Mrs. Marguerite A. Patrick, both of WarRaleigh Edgewater, Robinderson son, Walter one sister, Mrs. J.

W. Morgan, Columbus; nine grandchildren; great-grandchildren; and several nieces and nephews. Mrs. Margaret Cate Dies in Brunswick BRUNSWICK, Ga. Funeral services will be held Friday for Mrs.

Margaret Davis Cate, a widely recognized historical researcher. Mrs. Cate, 73, died Wednesday. Mrs. Cate was credited with developing historical interest that led to the designation of Ft.

Frederica as a national monument. The author of several books, Mrs. Cate headed the Glynn County Planning Board and served on the county board of education. She was married to the late Dr. G.

V. Cate. After his death she served as postmistress of Sea Island until her retirement in 1958. Mrs. Cate is survived by three nephews and two nieces.

Funeral services will be held at 11 a.m. at the First Methodist Church. Burial will be in Palmetto Cemetery. Peanuts ATLANTA peanut prices continued to hold steady on a very dull and quiet market in the Southeast this week, according to the Agricultural Marketing Service. Buyers were not active in the trade, and shellers were unwilling to sell at current price levels.

Sales and quotations per pound for shelled peanuts, f.o.b. southeastern shipping points for prompt shipment, were: Spanish No. 1, cents; Runners No. 1 with 12 to 15 per cent splits, old screen, and Runners No. 2, North Georgia Poultry ATLANTA on broilers and fryers at farms today 12-13.

Prices Tuesday Hens: Heavy type 16-17, f.o.b. plants 17-18; light type f.o.b. plants Fruits and Vegetables ATLANTA trading today fair. Bunched turnips 1.75-200 and collards 1.50-1.75 dozen bunches, mustard 1.40-1.50 and turnip greens 1.25-1.50 bushel. round green beans 3.00, cranberry beans 4.75- 5.00, pole beans 3.00-3.25 few 3.50 bushel, yellow crookneck squash 2.50-3.00, purple hull peans 2.50-3.00 bushel, eggplant 2.00- 2.50 bushel.

Southeastern Livestock THOMASVILLE, Ga. -Hog re3900 today at Albany, Columbus, Moultrie, Thomasville, Dothan, Jacksonville, Fla. Steady. Few U.S. 1 and 1-2 barrows and gilts 190-230 lbs 16.50-17.00.

Bulk supply No. 1-3. mostly 2-3, 180-240 Ibs 15.75- 16.50, largely 16.00-16.25. No. 1-2 160-180 lbs and 2-3 240-270 lbs 15.25-16.00.

Sows 11.50-14.00. Eggs ATLANTA Egg prices: White large 34-37, medium 27-28, small 25. Prices to retailers: Grade A white large 41-47, medium small Stock Sales NEW YORK New York Stock Exchange sales: Approximate final total 4,550,000. previous day 4,360,000, week ago 4,501,130, month ago 3,206,990, year ago 3,079,800, two years ago 3,498,105, Jan. 1 to date 686.332,833, 1959 to date 755,539,951.

What Stocks Did NEW YORK Wed. Tues Advances 528 544 Declines 610 570 Unchanged 182 221 Total issues 1320 1335 Bond Sales NEW YORK New York bond sales: Approximate final total $7,630.000, previous day $6,540,000, week 000. month ago $5,492,000, year ago 000, two years ago $7,202,000, Jan. 1 to date $1,216,244,250, 1950 to date 273,200. State Group Looks Over Sites for Technical School MRS.


T. Copeland 71, died unexpectedly in her home at Buena Vista Drive at 6:30 a.m. Wednesday. Mrs. Copeland, the former Miss Ruby Anderson, was born in Baldwin County, the daughter of William Nathan Anderson and Mrs.

Ellen Harrell Anderson, and had lived in Macon for 70 years. She was a member of Houston Avenue Christian Church. Surviving are her husband, A. T. Copeland Macon; a daughter, Mrs.

Era C. Harrison, Macon; a granddaughter, Miss Era Sue Harrison, Macon; two sisters, Mrs. Pearl Teal, Orlando, and Mrs. Alice Walker, Macon; and several nieces and nephews. includiney Walker, Mrs.

both Oscar of Long Macon. and The family will be in the home of Mrs. Harrison at 332 Corbin Ave. Funeral arrangements are incomplete and will be announced by Hart's Mortuary. OTIS JENKINS WRIGHTSVILLE Funeral services for Otis Jenkins, 69, were held at 3 p.m.

today in the First Christian Church, with the Rev. Morris Woods officiating. Burial was in Westview Cemetery. Mr. Jenkins died Tuesday in a Dublin hospital after extended illness.

He was a member of the Wrightsville First Christian Church and was a native of Johnson County. Survivors include his widow, the former Miss Nellie Rayburn Alligood, Wrightsville; a son, McKinley Alligood of the U. S. Air Force; a daughter, Mrs. Robert Screws, Gleenwood; a brother, Baxter Jenkins, Wrightsville: a sister.

Mrs. L. M. Carter, Augusta: and several nieces and nephews. Townsend Brothers Funeral Home had charge of arrangements.

STERCHI'S! WARWICK H. LUCKINS -Funeral services for Warwick H. Luckins, 65, were held today at 9 a.m. in the Catholic Church of the Immaculate Conception, with the Rev. Father Cajetan McDyre officiating.

Burial was in the Northview Cemetery. Mr. Luckins was a native of England. He died Monday in a Dublin hospital. Townsend Brothers Funeral Home had charge of arrangements.

HORACE H. HOWELL SR. FT. VALLEY-Funeral services for Horace Homer Howell 61, who died early Monday after a long illness, were held at 3:30 p.m. Thursday in the Ft.

Valley Methodist Church. The Rev. V. E. Robertson, the Rev.

G. N. Rainey and the Rev. Harold Withers officiated. Burial was in Oaklawn Cemetery.

Mr. Howell was a native of Geneva County, and was a retired agent of the Central of Georgia Railway. He was a member of the Ft. Valley Church. Surviving widow, the forMethodist, mer Miss Belle Eubanks, Ft.

Valley; one. daughter, Mrs. Edwin Jones, Valley; two sons, H. H. Howell Leary, and H.

E. Howell of the U.S. Navy, stationed in Japan; four sisters, Mrs. Louis Harp, Archer, Mrs. Nora Goff, Mobile, Mrs.

Minnie Moore, Geneva, and Mrs. Ermer Lee Chancellor, six brothers, Preston Howell, Ramseur, N. Tullie Howell, DeFuniak Springs, James C. Howell, Coffee Springs, Woodrow Howell, Chancellor, Edward Howell, New Brocton, and Hercer Howell, Oconee, 11 grandchildren; and several nieces and nephews. Rooks Funeral Home had charge of arrangements.

Christmas ubilee LUTHER M. BEASLEY Luther Mabel Beasley, 55, of the Park Hotel died unexpectedly Wednesday afternoon. Mr. Beasley was born in Greenwood, S. but had lived in Macon for the past five years.

He was a carpenter and was on the job when he was stricken. He was a member of the Presbyterian church. Funeral services will be held at 2 p.m. Friday Plentitude Baptist Church in Jones County with the Rev. E.

J. Bledsoe officiating. Burial will be in Gordon Cemetery. Survivors include his mother, Mrs. Sallie Walker Beasley, Gray; two brothers, George Beasley, Macon, and Ufaler Beasley, Gray; two sisters, Mrs.

Pauline Tribble Miss Mary Beasley, both of Gray; two aunts; and several nieces, nephews, great -nieces and nephews and great-great-nieces and nephews. The family will be in the home of Mrs. Sallie W. Beasley in Gray. Horton-Ivey Funeral Home has charge of arrangements.

CLEVE MATHIS services for Cleve Mathis, 75, were WARNER ROBINS Funeral held at 3 p.m. today in Blue Springs Baptist Church. Burial was in the church cemetery. Mr. Mathis died in his home Wednesday, in after Warner long Robins illness.

for the past two years and was a member of Oreana Baptist Church. Survivors include his the former Miss Minnie Minton, Warner Robins: a son, Omer Mathis, Warner Robins; one daughter, Mrs. Eschol Warnock, Macon; a sister Mrs. Mattie Churchill, Dublin; eight grandchildren; and seven great-grandchildren. Watson-Wainright Funeral Home had charge of local funeral arrangements.

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AND FRI. 'TIL SH 5-1681 next year THE SOUTH'S LARGEST HOME FURNISHERS B'WAY AT CHERRY A special committee of the State Board of Education met with local school officials here Wednesday to study the proposed sites for an area vocational technical school with separate white and Negro units. Members of the state board on the special committee are Francis Shurling of Wrightsville and Macon, Sixth District member, Henry Stewart and David Rice. The Bibb Board of Public Education is filing application for location of the school here with a unit for whites on the site of the old Gresham School which now is Waycross Gets New Educational TV Station ATLANTA A new educational TV station will begin operating on Dec. 4 from a site 16 miles north of Waycross.

Ed Crudup, television administrator for the State Department of Education, said the station will reach about 100,000 students and 3,500 teachers. Until production facilities for originating programs are available, the new station will tel ast videotapes for about six hours daily, from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. a part of Dudley M. Hughes Vocational School and one for Negroes next to the shop building of Ballard-Hudson High School.

Shurling said following the meeting that the committee seemed to favor the plans submitted by the local board. Bibb School Supt. Julius L. Gholson said earlier the plans call for a two story building for the white unit and would require a waiver of general requirements for such schools if it is to be built on the proposed site. The buildings are to be built for an.

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