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Morning News • Friday, October 23. 1998 11A
Charles E. Davis
BRUNSWICK Charles E Davis, 69,
died Get 21 at Southeast Georgia Regional Medical Center.
He was a native of Danville, Va., and
a resident of Glynn County the past 26
years. He formerly lived in Valdosta. He
attended the University of Georgia and
graduated from the University of Florida. He retired from Merrill Lynch as a
stockbroker, He was a past president of
the'Valdosta Jayoees, Past Exalted Ruler and life member of the Valdosta Elks
Lodge No. 738, a former member of the
VBdosta Shrine and Masonic Order. He
was an Army veteran who served in Korea. He was a Methodist.
• SURVIVORS: a daughter, Stuartlynn
Sbppson of Lake Park; two grandchildren and a great-grandchild.
. VISITATION: 3 p.m. today at Chapman Funeral Chapel in Brunswick.
GRAVESIDE SERVICE: 1 p.m. SunM*ly in Mountahiview Cemetery bi Dan-
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JakoM P. Crudup
Mus Hobbs
The Rev. Joe N. Rough
Jakobi P.
Crudup, infant son of Sonia Crudup and
Albert P, Ford, died Oct. 21 at Medical
Universi ty of South Carolina
He was born in Beaufort.
ADDITIONAL SURVIVORS: two sisters, Ashley and Mdlaay Ford, both of
Ridgdand; his maternal grandparents,
Mr. and Mrs. Benjamin Crudup of Hardeevilk; and his paternal grandmother,
Frances Ford of HanbeviUe.
Friday in Cuminingsville Cemetery.
SUneys Mortuary of HanleevUle.
Idus Hobos. 77,
died Oct 19 al Bulloch Memorial Hospital.
He was a retired fanner.
SURVIVORS: two daughters, Earlene Sharpe of Statesboro and Carolyn
Lee of Register; a sister, Teresa Mosley
of Portal; two brothers, Willie Coy Hobbs
of Statesboro and Nelson Hobbs of Met
ter; and other relatives.
VISITATION: 7-4 p.m. today at
James R. Barnes Mortuary, Statesboro.
FUNERAL: 1 pm. Saturday at New
Bethlehem Baptist Church in Register,
burial in the church cemetery
The Rev Joe N I'ough
80. died Oct. IB at Memorial Medical
Center in Savannah.
He was born in Tatlnall County He
was a member of Mount Pilgrim Missionary Baptist Church in Collins He
pastored at Mount Zlon Missionary Baptist'Church in Aline the past 20 years He
was a member and past president of
Mount Calvary Baptist Association and
served as pastor of Plney Grove Baptist
Church in Cobbtown more than 10years.
SURVIVORS: his wife, Henrietta
Pough of Collins; six daughters, Pearl
Neal and Leona Bdden, both of Miami,
Gloria Johnson of Galvestoa, Texas, Viola
Dawatole of Chicago, Carrie Rogers of
Reidsville and Cassandra Rivers of Collins; nine sons, Joe Pough Jr., 8amuel,
Nathaniel and Cleveland Pough, all of
Long Island, NY., John E. Pough of Savannah, Cleotha Pough of Sandersville,
Kermlt and Prank Pough, both of Collins,
and Ronnie Pough of Miami; two sisters,
Annie Mae Walker of Cincinnati and
Louanna Pough of Jacksonville, Fla.; and
a brother, James Pough of Jacksonville.
VISITATION: 7 4 p.m. today at VVhitaker Funeral Home in Metter.
FUNERAL: 2 p.m. Saturday at Mount
Pilgrim Missionary Baptist Church, burl'
al in Wilkerson Cemetery in Collins.
Willie Walker 62
died Oct 20 in Poughkeepsu'. N Y
Roy Lee "Boo-Boo" McCoy, 45, .died
Oct. 21 at Memorial Medical Center,,, „ ' •
He was born in Savannah. He was a
carpenter with Cranston Properties'and
a 1970 graduate of Beach High School."
SURVIVORS: his mother, Sarah
McCoy of Savannah; sisters, Angela .Buchanan, Nettie Joseph and Patricia
McCoy, all of Savannah; a brother, Tinv
othy McCoy of Columbus, Miss.; ttnd*his
companion, Bessie Green of Savannah.
FUNERAL: 11 a.m. Saturday al §<ex-'
ton-Hall Mortuary, burial in Woodville
Keran Herni
METTER - Mary Lou McDanlel
Lively died Oct 21 at Candler County
She was a native of Emanuel County
and a resident of Fellsmere, Fla., before
moving to Collins more than 33 years
ago. She was a homemaker and a member of Pine Grove Baptist Church. She
was the widow of Harvey Lively.
SURVIVORS: two sisters, Cordeal
Carter of Cobbtown and Willie Mae
Vaughn of Garden CKy; SI nieces and
nephews and several great-nieces and
FUNERAL: 2 p.m. today at Pine
Grave Baptist Church in Cobbtown, burial in Sunlight Cemetery.
Kennedy-Morgan Funeral Homes,
Hooks Chapel.
Levey Moore
VIDAUA - Mrs. Barbara Jean
Roundtree. 51, died Oct. 17 at home.
She was born in Treutlen County and
attended Georgia public schools. She was
a seamstress and a member of Solomon
Tabernacle Baptist Church in Vidalia.
SURVIVORS: two daughters, Mary
Am King of Homerville and Michelle
Forrest of Vidalia; three brothers, Robert
Brown Jr. of College Park, Samuel Flanders of Vidalia and Felton Brown of
Mabean, N.C.; and five grandchildren.
VISITATION: 7-6 p.m. today at Vidalia Funeral Home.
FUNERAL: 2 p.m. Saturday at Solomon Tabernacle Baptist Church, burial in
Eternal Glory Gardens, Vidalia.
LADY'S ISLAND, S.C. - Sarah Daniels Alston,TO,died Oct. 17 in Newark,
N.J., at the home of her daughter and
son-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Lester Jarmon.
She was educated in the public
schools of Lanett, Ala., and was a memvffie.Va.
ber of New Zion Baptist Church. She later moved to Newark and then to Lady's
Island. She was a member of Israelite
Baptist Church and the church choir.
SURVIVORS: her husband, Moses Alston of Lady's Island; a son, Rico Alston
of Hetensville, N.J ; two daughters, WUla
Jarmon of Newark and Mattle Brown of
Lanett; four brothers, Solon Daniels Jr.
of Buffalo, N.Y., Milton Daniels of Pittsburgh, Jame« Daniels of Newark and
John McLomoro of Willingboro, N.J.; a
sister, Pastor Lizzie. McMillan of Newark; 11 grandchildren, 12 great-grandchildren and a great-great-grandchild.
Pamela D. Howard
VISITATION: 11 a.m.-l p.m. Saturday
JCOOKEVILLE, Tenn.—Ever since
KENNESAW - Pamela Denison
popular state Sen. Tommy Burls was at Israelite Baptist Church, Lady's Is- Howard, 46, died Oct. 21 at KeonesUne
flmnd shot dead on bis hog farm, his
FUNERAL: 1 p.m. Saturday at Israel- Hospital in Marietta.
, election opponent who changed his
She was a native of Wayne County and
ite Baptist Church, burial in the church
' middle name to (Low Tax) has been cemetery.
a resident of Kennesaw for 20 years* She
Manners Wright-Donaldson Home was a medical transcriber.
SURVIVORS: a daughter, Kandice
'Late Thursday, Byron (Low Tax) For Funerals, Beaufort.
of Newnan; a son, Kesley Driggers
Loopert lawyer said his client may
her parents, Brenton and Agsoon be ready to talk to police about Benjamin Black
of Jesup; a brother, DarreU
the killing.
Benjamin Black, 70, died Oct. 21 at Denison of Jesup; three grandchildren
^Lionel Barrett refused to comment St. Joseph's Hospital.
and several nieces and nephews.
on whether Looper has any knowlHe was bom in Garnett, S.C., and
FUNERAL: 2 p.m. Saturday at Rineedge about the slaying of state Sen. lived most of his life in Savannah. He
hart & Sons Funeral Home in Jesup, buriTommy Burks, but confirmed he was a member of First Jerusalem Bapal in Pinecrest Memorial Cemetery.
recently spoke to his client He also tist Church, a choir member and served
declined to say where Looper has on the Financial Board.
SURVIVORS: his wife, Adell Black, of
bfeen staying since the killing
STATESBORO - Leroy Moore, » ,
a daughter, Carmelita Black
Monday morning.
Oct. 16 at Pecan Manor Nursing
McCaden of Atlanta; a son, Benjamin
"I will hopefully very shortly be Donald Black of Savannah; two sisters,
spending some more time with Mr. Birdell Black of Savannah and Eunice
He was born in BuUoch County and
was a member of Old Bethel Primitive
Looper," Barrett told WSMV-TV in Brown of Barnwell, S.C.; and a grandBaptist Church in Statesboro.
Nashville. "I would think that by this child.
SURVIVORS: a daughter, Eieise Wilweekend or early next week that we
' Sidney A. Jones Funeral Home.
of Statesboro; a granddaughter,
may be in a position to have him
Mary Edwards of Somerset, NJ.; a
meet with authorities."
James T. Graft
grandson, Chadwick Moore of Mflo; five
•'Barrett's comments came about
great-grandchildren, three great-greatCLAXTON - James T. "Weber"
two hours after authorities asked the
several nieces, nephews,
Craft, 41, died Oct. 21 in Atlanta.
public for help in finding Looper, the
cousins and other relatives.
He was a native of Evans County and
Putnam County property assessor.
VISITATION: 7-« p m . today at Paya 1977 graduate of Claxton High School.
Mortuary, Statesboro.
After days of saying they merely He was employed at Quinlan EnterFUNERAL:
11 a m . Saturday at Old
waated to talk to Looper, police now
Baptist Church, burial
say they are looking for the candiin
date who has not been seen in public
Helen Cr.ift of Claxton; two sisters, Rasince the day before the shooting.
' "At this point we feel the investi- mona McBride of Hagan and Rhonda
Fox of Rincon; three nieces and a neph' DAISY - Claude Bobbins, S6, dkd
gation has developed to tile point ew.
Oct. 19 in Wilmington, N.C.
where an interview with 'Byron
VISITATION: 6-9 p.m. today at NeHe was born in Augusta and was a
Looper is necessary," District - Smith Funeral Home in Claxton.
graduate of Evans County High
Attorney General Bill Gibson said
FUNERAL: 11 a.m. Saturday at NeSchool. He was employed by the Army
Thursday. "We are concerned about Smith Funeral Home, burial in Brewton Corps of Engineers CM- many years and
his unexplained absence and would Cemetery.
was a disabled veteran. He was a memask for assistance in locating him."
ber of Thomas Grove AME Church in
Gibson did not name Looper, 34,
Claxton and S t Joseph Lodge No. 76, Orafi a suspect
der of Masons of Claxton.
BRUNSWICK - Benjamin Frank
SURVIVORS: his wife. Ernestine
However Looper "has the poten- Dunson, 72, died Oct. 17 at Southeast
Robbtan of Daisy; two daughtial to be dangerous," could be Georgia Regional Medical Center.
Robbins and Tianna Bobbins,
ajmed and should be avoided by the
He was bom in Glynn County and was
four sons, Cecil Lundy of
public, said Gibson, who urged the a member of First Jordan Grove Baptist
Fort Leonard Wood, Mo.tClaude Robbins
public to call police if he is spotted.
Jr. of Claxton, Cornelius Robbins of
SURVIVORS: seven sorts, Benjamin
Authorities also suggested the
Pembroke and Mario Lanier of Tuba,
probe into Burks' slaying was wide- M. Dunson, Houston Thompson, Willie Okla.; his mother, Ethel Robbins James
Pinkney, Edwin Pinkney, Aeerell Dunson
of Claxton; and two sisters, Emily Scott
and Bruce Dunson, all of Brunswick, and
* "Mr. Looper is a piece of a much Jerome Dunson of Valdosta; two daugh- of Brooklyn, NY., and Lee Grant of
larger puzzle," Gibson said without ters, Mary Branson and Chariene Jamer- Claxton.
VISITATION: 11 a ra -7 p.m. today at
elaborating, though Cumberland son, both of Brunswick; two brothers,
Funeral Home, Claxton.
County Sheriff Butch Burgess said Eunice Dunson of Jacksonville, Fla., and
1 p.m. Saturday at
that meant only that "we are not Link Dunson of South Bay, Fla.; 37
Thomas Grove AME Church, burial to
aeroing in on any one individual."
Maggie Everett Cemetery, Claxton.
and a number of nieces and nephews.
Search on for slain
Tennessee senator's
political opponent
Benjamin F. Damon
^-Barrett said Looper is "very intelit" and recognizes his disappear"certainly has raised some
legitimate questions."
• "In the next 48 to 72 hours, Mr.
liooper may be able to come forward
dnd give a reasonable explanation as
to why he has not come forward earlier," Barrett said.
! Burks, 58, a well-liked and
inspected legislator for 28 years, was
dhot dead at close range in his picktip truck as he was preparing for a
school group to visit a pumpkin
ttatch at his hog farm in nearby
Looper, who was Burks'
Republican opponent on the Nov. 3
ballot, has not been seen since
Sunday night, Gibson said. He
declined to say where Looper was
There was no answer at Looper's
white clapboard house in Cookeville
on Thursday. The blinds were drawn,
a porch light was on and letters were
beginning to collect in the mail box.
A neighbor who refused to give
her name said she hadnt seen
Looper for quite a while.
"I just dont know anything about
that side of the street," she said.
As for Burks, "He was one of the
nicest people you would ever meet I
cant believe anybody would do anything to him."
Burks was a heavy favorite against
Looper, who was indicted last March
on charges of theft and misuse of
office. He also is being sued for $12
million by a former girlfriend who
claims he forced her to have sex and
illegally transferred ownership of
her home to his name.
Looper has denied wrongdoing.
Meanwhile, the local Democratic
Party is organizing a write-in campaign for Burks' widow, Charlotte.
Investigators have said little
about the case and refused to comment on a report by The Commercial
Appeal of Memphis that a car similar
to Looper's was seen near Burks'
farm at the time of the killing.
FUNERAL; 1 p.m. Saturday at First
Jordan Grove Baptist Church, burial in
Greenwood Cemetery.
Hall, Jones & Brown Funeral Home,
R. Darby "Gray Fox" Flowers, 74,
died Oct. 21 at Candler Hospital.
He was a native of Florence, S.C.,
and a resident of Savannah since I860. He
retired from Seaboard Coast Line Railroad as a rate derk. He was a field representative of the National Muxxle Loading Rifle Association.
SURVIVORS: a daughter, Martha F.
Mathews of Cumming; a son, Rusty
Flowers of Hayward, Calif.; a brother,
Charles B. Flowers of Gait, Calif.; a sister, Betty Jo Johnson of Florence; four
grandchildren, Wade Mathews of
Haysville, Kan., Keith Mathews of Cumming, Shay and Ben Flowers, both of Atlanta; a great-grandchild, Tristan Mathews of HaysvUte; and several nieces and
VISITATION: 7-9 p.m. today at Fox &
Weeks Funeral Directors, Hodgson
GRAVESIDE SERVICE: 2 p.m. Saturday in H Merest Abbey West.
Lucinder ft. Garvin
Lucinder Ruth
Garvin. 97, died Oct 18 at Allendale
County Hospital in Fairfax.
SURVIVORS; a daughter. Rebecca
Moore of Estlll; a son, Tweejlle Garvin of
Nixville; an adopted son, Franklin Ruth
of Nixville; 10 grandchildren, 68 greatgrandchildren and 40 great-great-grandchildren.
VISITATION: 6-8 p.m. today at
Mount Oliver Pentecostal Holiness
Church In Estill.
FUNERAL: 1 pin Saturday at
Mount Oliver Pentecostal Holiness
Church, burial in Cypress Creek Ceme
tery in Pineland. _
Riley's Funeral Home of Fairfax
Mary Lo« M. Lively
ATLANTA - Karen Herrin, 2S, died
Oct. U.
She was a native of Atlanta and an
employee of Publii Supermarket
SURVIVORS, a m , Jaaon Lee Herrin of Atlanta; her mother and father,
Patricia Jean Paugbt of Hobert, md.,
and John Baker of Miami; her stepfather, William David Herrin of Woodstock; two brothers, Christopher David
Herrin of Cedartown and Brien Herrki of
North Island; a sister, Katrina Deoiese
Rosser of Cedartown; her maternal
grandmother, Eleaner M. Moon of Villa
Rka; and HER paternal grandmother,
Marion Baker of Miami
GRAVESIDE SERVICE: 2 p.m. today in Union Cemetery.
Rhwhart & Sons Funeral Home of
Erma Edwards Shaw, 71, died Oct. 21
at St. Joseph's HosnUaL
She was born in Effingham County
and was a member of Moranfskte Baptist Church. She had been a dietitian at
Memorial, Candler and Tdfair hospitals.
SURVIVORS: her husband, Gerald A.
Shaw of Savannah; a daughter, Mabie S.
Bacon of Tampa, Fla.; a son, William W.
Cochran of Rincon; a sister, Frankie
Stanley of EllabeH; four grandchildren,
Alan Bacon of Atlanta, Amy Tomik of
Tampa, Connie Saylor of RJncon and
Caroline James of Statesboro; and three
VISITATION: 6-1 p.m. today at
Thomas C. Strickland Funeral Home, Efflngham Chapel.
FUNERAL: 10 a.m. Saturday at
Thomas C. Strickland Funeral Home. Effingham Chapel, burial in Turkey Branch
Baptist Church Cemetery.
Samuel Sullivan
Sr, 73, died Oct. 20 at Southeast Georgia
Regional Medical Center in Brunswick.
He was bom and educated in McIntosh County. He retired from Federal
Paper Board Co. in Ptermont, N.Y., after
32 years and was an Army veteran. He
was a member of Carneghan Emanuel
Baptist Church. He lived in Nanuet,
NY., more than 38 years before returning to Mclntosh County
SURVIVORS: his wife. Sallle Sullivan
of Carneghan; four daughters. Marion E
Sullivan, Doreen Jackson and Helena
Sullivan, all of Nanuet, and Veronica
McCray of Plscataway, NJ.; two sons,
Samuel Sullivan Jr of Cnrneghan and
William E Sullivan of Jacksonville,
Fla.; a sister, Jestinc Nelson of Nanuet;
and eight grandchUdmr
VISITATION: 7-6 pm today at Dar
ien Funeral Home, Darien
FUNERAL: 10 a m Saturday at Darien Funeral Home, burial In King Cemetery
New waertocftǤMsflBi
flopptpo mdwskrhtSKn
He was born in Savannah and was a
deacon of St Stephen's Missionary Baptist Jhurch more than 40 years Me was a
195C graduate or Alfred E Beach Wffeh
School. He served in the Air Force from
1956-1960 and then lived in Denver
SURVIVORS: his wife. Edna Lee
Walker of Aurora; two daughters,
Tersha Walker Napue of Laurel, Md.,
and Beverly Walker of Aurora: his mother, Corine Walker of Savannah: four.sisters, Virginia Smith, Carrie Brown-find
Barbara Holmes, all of Savannah, and Alice Law of Pompano Beach. Fla.; a blather, Charles Walker or Poughkeepsie; four
grandchildren, an uncle, five aunts*and
several nieces, nephews and cousins: ~
VISITATION: 6-8 p.m. Oct. 27 af St.
Stephen's Missionary. Baptist Church*." ,
FUNERAL: 11 a.m. Oct. 28 at RisingStar Missionary Baptist Church In Ztonver, burial in Fort Logan National Cemetery.
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Sidney A. Jones Funeral Home bi Savannah and Carswell-Klrk Mortuaty of
Mortuary, 1201 Merriman St., Aurora. 1
Roy L McCoy
JR — DeVaul : • L.
Henderson, Jr., 53, died Wednesday,
October 21,1998, at St. Luke's Hospl- >
tal in Jacksonville, Florida. ..
He was a native of Savannah -and
was a 1962 graduate of Savannah
High School. A graduate of the UniLYONS - Ronnie Louis Thompson,
of Georgia and" the Lumpkin
41, died Oct 22 at Roper Hospital in
School of Law at the University of
FAIRFAX, SC. - Janie Lee Garvin
Georgia. Following graduation^ irv
He was a lifelong resident of Toombs
82, died Oct. 20 at home.
1969, he practiced law in Savannah
County and a plant equipment operator
SURVIVORS: a daughter, Mary Eluntil moving his practice to .Richwith Georgia Power at Plant Vogel. He
len Johnson of Macclenny, Fla.; eight
mond Hill in 1986. For the past* five
attended Cedar Crossing Church of God.
grandchildren and several great-grandyears, he has served as the County.
SURVIVORS: his wife, Gayle Marie
children and great-great-grandchildren.
Attorney for Bryan County.
Dykes Thompson of Lyons; two sons,
VISITATION: 7-9 p.m. today at RiHe was a member of the Atlantio JuMatt and Tony Thompson, both of Lyons;
ley's Funeral Home in Fairfax.
dicial Bar Association, the Georgia'
two stepsons, Cory Toler, U.S. Navy,
Nazaand American Bar Associations/the
New Jersey, and Jaroey Toler of Lyons;
Hiberian Society, the Kappa Alpha
his mother and stepfather, Jean and J. rene Baptist Church in Fairfax, burial in
Mallett Cemetery in Allendale County.
Order and the Richmond Hill United
Hall NeeSmith of UvaUa; two sisters,
Methodist Church. He was the-Vice
Mary Waller of Soperton and Joyce GalChairman of the Bryan GStfnty
breath of Alston; a brother, Charles
Chamber of Commerce, a board
Thompson of Uvalda; a granddaughter
member of the Richmond Hill YMCA
and other relatives.
and a volunteer basketball coach for.
VISITATION: 7-9 p.m. today at Murthe
Richmond Hill Recreation
chtson Funeral Home m Vidalia.
WILLIAMS — Funeral services for
FUNERAL: 11 a.m. Saturday at MurMr. Nathaniel O. Williams will be
He is survived by his wife, Michelle
cMson Funeral Home, burial in Thompheld 12noon Saturday, October 24,
Henderson of Richmond Hill, Ga.;
son Family Cemetery in Toombs County.
1998. The Rev. Mark Hill officiating.
three sons: DeVaul L Henderson, III
REMEMBRANCES: American CanInterment, East Savannah Cemetery.
of San Diego, CA, Frank Henderson'
cer Society, P.O. 165, Vidalia, GA 30475.
Survivors are Mrs. Cheryl Sullivanof
Richmond Hill, Ga., and Bill Barv
Williams, Nathaniel O. Williams, Jr.,
derson of Richmond Hill, Ga.;j5>ne
Mrs. Evelyn Williams, Mr. Nathaniel
daughter, Mary Henderson of Rich-1
• Brown, Mr. Nathaniel Wilson, Mr.
mond Hill. Ga.; mother, Mrs. CjLajre'
and Mrs. Clarence (Deidre ) Graybill,
B. Henderson of Richmond Hill, Ga.;
Mr. and Mrs. Gary (Nannette) Curry,
one sister, Mrs. Felicia H. Rhodes of
Mrs. Kennyetta Madison, Mr. and
Ponte Vedra, Fla., several nieces, and
Mrs. Kenneth (Tyhesia) Beckett, Mr.
and Mrs. James (Laquilta) Johnson,
Funeral: 10:00 a.m. Friday, October
Ms. Matrice Brown, Ms. Denay
Brown, Ms. Phyllis Brown, Mr. and 23rd at Richmond Hill United Methodist Church. Rev. Jenny JacksonMrs. Lawrence (Elizabeth) Sullivan, a
Rev. Charles Houston ofhost of nieces, nephews, aunts and
' uncles, cousins, and other relatives.
Burial: Greenwich Section of Bon aReposing and service in the Chapel
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of Williams and Williams Funeral
RichHome, 1012 E. Gwinnett St., Savanmond Hill United Methodist Church;
nah.Ga. 31401. 912-234-1634.
P.O. Box 12, Richmond Hill, Ga.
PHELPS — Funeral services for Mrs. 31324.
Arrie Bell Phelps will be held 1pm
Fox and Weeks Funeral Directors
Saturday, October 24, 1998, at ConHodgson Chapel.
nor's Temple Baptist Church with
Rev. Bennie R. Mitchell officiating.
Gregory E. Dixon will be held 1pm
will lie in state at the church
Ethel Mae Burns
11am. Visitation 7-8pm Friday at the Saturday, October 24,1998, from Anderson Temple Holiness Church.
Interment, Jerusalem Baptist
Wishes to thank each and everyone
Pastor Gwendolyn Greene official-«
Church Cemetery, Groveland, Ga. by
for your U n d n t M . cards, calls, flowers
Interment; Macedonia CViwrck'
and wncero thoughtfulnass shown durCemetery.
, I
ing h i r Ibwss and our bereavement. Our
MCBRIOE — Funeral services for Mr.
gratitude it extended to each and •varySurvivors are_Ms. Marie Dixon, Mr.
Terrell Quanta McBride will be held
on*. Special thanks to the Congregations
Elijah Williams, Mr. Donald Williams,»
of little Bryan, New Hope. Tremont Park,
2pm Saturday, October 24, 1998,
Union Branch and other churches. Also
from Fairlawn Baptist Church. Pastor
Dr. Gallup. Or. Hsnzei 23-hour unit staff
Leroy Pollen, III officiating. Interat Memorial Medical Center, Ubcorp
Markize and Bruce Williamsrivis.,
ment. Evergreen Cemetery. Survistaff and many, many friends.
Williams, Ms. Alma Ettxon,'
May God Mess and protect all of you.
vors ara Yasmin* Edwarda, Ma. VaMr.
Mikell, 8 uncles, 12 aunts,
rwsaa McBride. Ms. Leola McBride,
Rev. Rufus H. Bums and Family
a host of cousins and friends; 4 speMrs. Sophie Simmons, Mr. Willie
McBride, Jr., Mr. Shamon McBride, cial friends: Reggie Sneed,* Cecil '
Murray, Alfred Carter and Shavonna '
Mr. Rodney Simmons, Ms. Keisha
Jones, Ms. Jacqueh/n Sfrnmons, Mr.
Reposing at the Chapel until the hour
and Mrs. Ricky Harris (Patricia Ann),
(VanesTwo (2) o*m*tary lots in Hillcrest Abbey
Sidney A. Jones Funeral Home ,
East Rosa Garden. $1600.
sa), a host of uncles, aunts, nieces,
PI—— call 912-355-3M0
nephews, cousins and friends.
Three (3) tots in Forest Lawn Memory OarMemorial services will be held
dens. $700 each or $2000 for all.
6-7pm Friday, October 23, 1998, at
CaH 912-92S-1816
Groves High School.
Save $2,000!
4 Burial Plots - Forest Lawn Cemetery
Sidney A. Jones Funeral Home
Garden Of Faith
— Funeral services for Mr.
12200. Ca» 912-69VM88
Claudie Lee Holmes will be held 3pm
One cemetery space in Forest Lawn
for sale. $700
Saturday, October 24, 1998, from
CaH 912 925-6461 after 2pm.
Connors Temple Baptist Church.
Rev. Bennie R. Mitchell officiating.
HHterett Abbey East.
He will rest at the mortuary until the
$3000. Ca> 912 92O2043
hour of funeral. Interment will be in
(Double) lot with vault in Hillcrest Abbey
Lincoln Memorial Cemetery, under
West Veteran's Garden I Asking SIOO's
less than pre need cost would be. $1600
the direction of Sexton-Hall Mortunegotiable. Please call 843^762 3128
ary, 118 E. 3,5th St.
Janie Lee G. WMds
Choice lot in Hillcrest Abby East, Azalea
Section. Six Spaces, Bronze or Memorial.
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FLEMINGTON - Homer L Smith,
65, died Oct 22 at Liberty Regional Medical Center in Hinesville.
He was a lifelong resident of Liberty
County. He was formerly in civil service,
retiring from MATES at Fort Stewart
and serving 43 years with the Georgia
National Guard. He was a member of
First Baptist Church in Hinesville. He
was active with the local Boy Scouts,
serving 35 years as Scout Master for
Troop 500 and serving with Liberty Independent Troop.
SURVIVORS: a daughter, Debra
Pease of Statesboro; a son, Brian L.
Smith of Hinesville; a sister, June Hendry of Dalton; a brother, Jimmy E.
Smith of Mclntosh; five grandchildren
and several nieces and nephews.
VISITATION: 6-8 p.m. today at Carter Funeral Home in Hinesville.
FUNERAL: 10 a.m. Saturday at First
Baptist Church, burial in Flemington
Presbyterian Cemetery.
Willie Walker
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The regular monthly meeting of
Town Council will be postponed
until Thursday, November 19,
1998, at 8:00 p.m., due to the
Veterans Day Holiday.
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