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Montgomery Advertiser j 4B Thursday, February 15, 1996 THOUGHTFUL NEIGHBORS PLAN from page IB ' "Time is of the essense, but you don't want to become reactionary," ' said Commissioner Paul Payne. - Meanwhile, commissioners, who were complimentary of the committee when its report was given Feb. 1, reacted differently during a Monday committee meeting. "Very little was done by the Elmore 2000 Commission that we didn't give them," said Mr. Holley. "With the exception of two or three things, nothing in that report was new." Among the committee's recommendations were taxes on lodging, lease equipment, minerals, automobile tags and gasoline. The committee discouraged the renewal of a countywide 1-cent sales tax being used now to pay for the cost of an almost $10 million jail and judicial complex. The tax is scheduled to end after payment for the buildings. However, Mr. Holley said a round of public meetings lasf year found residents favored the continuation of tax over other recommendations. yA NAME TIME DATE FUNERAL HOME BURDICK, IcieObie 10 om Februoryl5 White Chopel COOK, B. Roy Horn Februarys Greenwood Serenity DARBY, Effie Griffith 2 pm Februory15 leak-Memory KENT, Willo Brown 3 pm Eebruoryl6 White Chopel MATHEWS, Julienne Bollord 10:30 om Februoryl6 leok-Memory MITCHELL, Ms. Toleesho Horn February 17 Ross-Clayton MOORER, Glovine Gamer 1 1 am February 16 Gray PONTON, Hilda F, tpm February 16 Greenwood Serenity RIVERS, Mr, James H, Horn February 17 Carters ' ' ROBINSON, Mrs teoloG. 1:30 pm February 17 Bell TATE, Paul Edward 11am February 15 Leok-Memory THOMPSON, Mr. Willie Ross-Clayton WERFEL, Isidore 10 am February 15 Leok-Memory YARBROUGH, Regino Juanita ' 3:30 pm February 15 Leak-Memory White Chapel E. John Low 262-3501 43 South Jackson St. Alabama Heritage Donald W. Jones 10505 Atlanta Hwy. Leak-Memory Chapel T.A.Cargile 272-6501 945 Lincoln Rd. , Montgomery, Alabama BURDICK.Icie Obie, 82, a resident of Montgomery, AL, died Tuesday morn-' mg, February 13, 1996, in a local hospital after an extended illness. Graveside services will be held on Thursday, February 15, 1996, at 10:00 a.m. from Memorial Cemetery with Rev. Lenny Bolton officiating. Survivors include her husband, Edgar I. Burdick, Montgomery, AL; one son, James Raymond Burdick, and wife, Peggy Burdick, Montgomery, AL; two ' daughters, Barbara Dial, ana husband, ' Robert Dial, Equality, AL and Jane . Wingo, and husband, Lester Wingo, Montgomery, AL; three grandchildren, Wayne Burdick, Montgomery, AL, Rob-1 bie Dial and David Dial, both of Equality, AL; and several nieces and nephews. Pallbearers will be Luther Redden, Ray , Nobles, Billy Allen, Ernest Cook, Tony ' Freeman and Paul Furr. White Chapel Directing ' DARBY, Effie Griffith, 90, a lifetime resident of Montgomery, AL, died Monday, February 12, 1996, after a brief illness. Graveside services will be held on Thursday, February 15, 1996, at 2:00 p.m. from Greenwood Cemetery with Rev. Billy Duncan officiating. Survivors include her children, Bart and Marion Darby, New York, NY, Leon and Tonia Darby, Montgomery, AL, Louise Darby Reeves and Andy Reeves, Reston, VA; , six grandchildren, David Darby, New York, NY, Louise Darby Dudle, Atlanta, GA, Ross Darby, Montgomery, AL, Elizabeth Darby, Montgomery, AL, Keith ' Sanders, Dayton, OH and Kevin Sand- : ers, Alaska; and three great grandchil- , dren. She was preceded in death by her husband, Waverly B. Darby. Active pallbearers will be the Deacons of the High- land Avenue Baptist Church. In lieu of flowers, memorial contributions may be made to the Highland Avenue Baptist Church Building Fund. Family and friends will assemble at the cemetery. Leak-Memory Chapel Directing ' KENT, Willa Brown, 81, a resident of Montgomery, AL, died Monday, Febru- , ary 12, 1996, at a local hospital. Graveside services will be held on Thursday, February 15, 1996, at 1 :00 p.m. at Sunny- side Cemetery in Cordele, Georgia. A memorial service will be held In Montgomery on Friday, February 16, 1996, at 3:00 p.m. at Frazer Methodist Chapel. ' Mrs. Kent is survived by one son & daughter-in-law, Dr. Shepherd A. & Cathy Odom, Eclectic, AL; four granddaughters, Peggy Lowery, Kimberly Odom, Amy Odom and Sophie Odom, all of Montgomery, AU one brother, Edwin B. Musselwhite, West Palm Beach, FL and one great grandson, Shep Lowery, '"I Funeral Services jjSloraLDirectory CAPIT0LS.R0SEM0NT GARDENS FLOWERS Oik of Montgomery's Oldest and Finest Full Service Florists Since 1 892 2210 Rosemont Place 834-7731 , FLOWERS FROM THE HEART 3154 Highland Aw. 834-6060 The Closes! Florist to Leak Memory 8c Greenwood Funeral Sprays & Blankets are our Specialty Phone Answered 24 Hours SARA B's FLOWER SHOPPE 1807 W. Fourth St 262-6137 FREE Delivery to Funeral Homes JualiryJ-uMraerigns SOUTHERN HOMES & GARDENS Your Full Service Florist Free Local Delivery 277-6746 To List Your Funeral Service Call Tera Cainion at 262-1611 Ext. 221 Pain may be eliminated (SPECIAL) A new drug has been approved that is exciting researchers in the treatment of pain. This material has been formulated in to a new product known as "Arthur Itis" and is being called a "Medical Miracle" by some, in the treatment of debilitating Davis Drug 126 Coliseum Blvd. 272-2701 Montgomery, AL. Mrs. Kent was preceded in death by her husband, James Daniel Kent. local Arrangements by White Chapel MATHEWS, Julianne Ballard, 68, a resident of Montgomery, AL, died Wednesday, February 14, 1996, In a local hospital. She retired from Lanier High School where she had taught Biology. She had also taught at South Carolina, Georgia, and Germany. She was a graduate of the University of Montevallo and receive her masters degree from Troy State University. She was a Past President of the Montgomery.and Alabama District Ex-changetts. Also a past president of the Alpha Chapter of Delta Kappa Gamma. Funeral services will be held on Friday, February 16, 1996, at 10:30 a.m., from Leak-Memory Chapel with Rev. Jay Wolf officiating. Burial will follow at 3:00 p.m. on Friday, from the Weedo-wee City Cemetery In Wedowee, AL. She is survived by her husband, Jessie L. Mathews, Montgomery, AL; two daughters and a son-in-law, Anne M. Crump, Mount Olive, AL, Carol M. and Dr. Wayne Standifer, Birmingham, AL; one granddaughter, Chelsea Mathews Standifer, Birmingham, AL; one step grandson, James Standifer, Birmingham, AL; her mother, Irene Ballard, Alexander City, AL; two sisters, Carolyn Howell and Mae Ford, Waynesboro, VA. The family request those wishing to do so, make memorials to the Scholarship fund of the Alpha Chapter of Delta Kappa Gamma, co Nelda Jernigan, 2808 Page Place, Montgomery, AL. 36116. Serving as honorary pallbearers will be the Alpha Chapter of Delta Kappa Gamma Sorority and the Montgomery Exchangetts. Visitation will be afthe funeral home on Thursday, from 6:00 p.m. until 8:00 p.m. Leak-Memory Chapel Directing TATE, Paul Edward, 76, a resident of Montgomery, AL, died Tuesday, February 13, 1996, in a local hospital. Funeral services will be held on Thursday, February 15, 1996, at 11:00 a.m. from Leak-Memory Chapel with Rev. Jay Wolf and Dr. Dale Huff officiating. Burial will follow in Alabama Heritage Cemetery. Survi- ' vors Include his wife, Lila R. Tate, Montgomery, AL; one brother and sister-in-law, Fred and Jean Tate, Pensacola, FL; and a host of friends. Mr. Tate was a native of Camden, AL and attended Auburn University. He was a retired Architect and a gifted artist. He served in the Army during World War II in the Mediterranean and European Theater Operations and was a member of the First Baptist Church of Montgomery, AL Active pallbearers will be William Norman, Lewis Figh, Henry Steindorff, David Morris, Hugh Nortel and Matt Bishop. The family requests the omission of flowers, memorial contributions may be made to the Caring Center of the First Baptist Church of Montgomery, AL. Leak-Memory Chapel Directing WERFEL, Isidore, 79, a resident of Mont- ?iomery, AL, died Tuesday, February 13, 996. Graveside services will be held on Thursday, February 15, 1996, at 10:00 a.m. from Greenwood Cemetery with Rabbi Cynthia Culpeper officiating. Friends and family will assemble at the graveside. Survivors include two brothers, Joe Werfel and Sidney Wertel, both of Montgomery, AL; one sister-in-law, Ruth Werfel, Montgomery, AL; one nephew, Gerald Werfel, Washington, DC; and two nieces, Debbie Petitto, Birmingham, AL and Joann Margulies, Scotfsdale, AZ. Mr. Werfel was a veteran of World War II and was retired from the U. S. Postal Service. Active pallbearers will be Mike Berlin, Paul Berlin, Gerald Werfel, Mike Mandelbaum and David Herman. Honorary pallbearers will be Morris Feinberg, Philip Stern, Louis Stern, Leo Finklestein, Harry Labovitz and Robert Lieberman. The family requests the omision of flowers and requests memorials be made to The General Fund of Agudath Israel Synagogue. Leak-Memory Chapel Directing YARBROUGH, Regina Juanita, 60, a resident of Montgomery, AL, died Monday, February 12, 1996, in Prattville, AL. Mrs. Yarbrough is survived by her daughters, Gina Spivey and Teresa Phillips, both of Montgomery, AU her son, Keith Yarbrough, Prattville, AL; sons-in-law, Ronnie Spivey, and Wayne Phillips; daughter-in-law, Glenda Yarbrough; her mother, Violet Blackburn, Maryland; three sisters, Nadean Greene, NC, Norma Evans, Margaret Hudler, both of Maryland; five brothers, Delano Blackburn, Maryland, Kenneth Blackburn, PA, Elwood Laing, Curtis Blackburn, and Advertisement conditions such as arthritis, bursitis, rheumatism, painful muscle aches, joint aches, simple backache, bruises, and more. Although the mechanism of action is unclear, experiments indicate that Arthur Itis relieves pain by first selectively attracting and then destroy-Availablc at: Cloverland Drug 20 Perry Court 281-5600 Maxwell Drug Co. 1509 Bell Street 264-3409 Johnny Blackburn, all of Maryland; nine grandchildren; several nieces and nephews also survive. Mrs. Yarbrough was a member of the First Freewill Baptist Church of Montgomery . Funeral services for Mrs. Yarbrough will be held on Thursday, February 15, 1996, at 3:30 p.m., at Leak-Memory Chapel , with Rev. Charles Corley officiating. Burial will be in Serenity Gardens. Active pallbearers will be Russell Alston, Johnnie Alston, Dale Moncrief, Ken Bailey, Kenny Blackburn and Roger Blackburn. Leak-Memory Chopel Directing Ross Clayton Montgomery, AL 262-3889 MITCHELL, Ms. Toleesha, a resident of 2525 Westwood Drive, died Tuesday, February 13, 1996. Funeral services will be held on Saturday, February 17, 1996, at 1 1:00 a.m. from the St. John's A. M. E. Church with Rev. James E. Arnell officiating. Burial will be in Greenwood Cemetery with Ross-Clayton Funeral Home directing. Survivors will be announced by Ross-Clayton. THOMPSON, Mr. Willie, a resident of 621 Community Street, expired Wednesday, February 14, 1996. Funeral arrangements and survivors will be announced -by Ross-Clayton Funeral Home. Greenwood & Serenity Montgomery, AL 272-31 81 COOK, B. Ray, 79, a resident of Montgomery, AL, passed away Wednesday, February 14, 1996, in a local hospital, following a brief illness. Funeral services will be held on Friday, February 16, 1996, at 1 1:00 a.m. from the Chapel of Greenwood Funeral Home with Rev. Mickey Castleberry officiating. Burial will be in Greenwood Cemetery with Greenwood Funeral Home directing. The family will receive friends from 6:00 p.m. until 8:00 p.m. on Thursday evening. Survivors include his wife, Janet; two sons, Ray and Wayne; two daughters-in-law, Janice and Barbara; three sisters, Sarah Richardson, Doris McAlpin and Ora B. Parker; three brothers, Leon- ard, Evan, and Taylor; five grandchildren, Leigh Hall, Chad Cook, Sheri Cook, Clay Cook and Carson Cook; two great grandchildren, Cody and Dylan Hall; and also extended loving family and friends. Active pallbearers will be Chad Cook, Clay Cook, Carson Cook, Willie Thompson, Tyson Cook and Don Hand. Mr. Cook was an active member of the Ridgecrest Baptist Church, in lieu of flowers, contributions may be made to the Ridgecrest Baptist Church Building Fund. PONTON, Hilda F 79, a resident of Alabaster, AL, passed away on Monday, February 12, 1996 at Shelby Medical Center in Alabaster, AL Mrs. Ponton was born in Pensacola, FL and had worked at St. Margaret's Hospital in Montgomery. Tombside services will be held at Greenwood Cemetery on Friday, February 16, 1996, at 1:00 p.m., with Rev. Gary Daniel officiating. David Martin, Gary Gee, Rick Gee, Jason Adams, Jay Cooper, Jeffrey Green, David Dunlop, and Brandon Smith will serve as honorary pallbearers. Mrs. Ponton is survived by four daughters, Joyce Martin, Pensacola, FL, Phyllis Gee, Torrance, CA, Cheryl Adams, Montgomery, AL and Beth Bot-ta, Alabaster, AL; sons, Jerry Ponton,' Oviedo, FL; sister, Patricia Guest, LaJolla, CA; 13 grandchildren; and 14 great grandchildren. Memorial donations may be made to the American Heart Association, 748 Adams Ave., Montgomery, AL 36104. The family will receive friends at the funeral home on Thursday evening from 6:00 p.m. until 8:00 p.m.. Greenwood 8t Serenity Funeral Home directing. Bell Funeral Home Hayneville, AL 548-51 22 ROBINSON, Mrs. Leola G a resident of Evergreen, AL, died Monday, February 12, 1996. Funeral services will be held on Saturday, February 17, 1996, at 1:30 p.m. from the Mt. Olive A. M. E. Zion Church with Rev. E. Mack officiating, Rev. E. Washington, Pastor. Burial will be In the churchyard cemetery with Bell Funeral Home directing. Carter's Union Springs, AL 738-3020 RIVERS, Mr. James H a resident of Rte 3, Union Springs, AL, died suddenly on Sunday, February 11, 1996. Funeral services will be held on Saturday, February 17, 1996, at 11:00 a.m., from the Hanes Chapel Baptist Church, Cornerstone Community, Rev. W. Babers, Pastor, with J. Gochett officiating. Burial will be in the Mt. Carmel Baptist Church cemetery. Carters Funeral Home directing. Gray Union Springs, AL 738-2630 MOORER, Glovine Garner, 74, a resident of Hardaway, AL, died February 13, 1996, in a Montgomery hospital. Funeral services will be held on Friday, February 16, 1996, at 1 1 :00 a.m., from the First United Methodist Church of Union Springs, with Rev. David Logan and Rev. Fred Bailey officiating. Gray Funeral Home directing with burial in the Oak Hill Cemetery. She is survived by her husband, Joseph Lamar Moorer, Sr.; three daughters, Mary Alice Walker, Jean Mason, Ta-Margaret Powell; two sons, Joe L Moorer, Jr., Bill Moorer; 12 grandchildren; 16 great grandchildren; three sisters, Ruth Cox, Elaine Coghian, and Elizabeth Nelson; one brother, Clifton Garner. She was preceded in death by her son, De-cator Moorer. Memorial donations may be made to Fort Davis Methodist Church in Fort Davis, AL or the Methodist Childrens Home, P.O. Box 859, Selma, AL, 36702. Visitation will be held from Gray Funeral Home on Thursday, February 15, 1996, from 6:00 p.m. until 8:00 p.m. for millions ing the messenger chemical which carries pain sensations to the brain, thus eliminating pain in the affected area. Arthur Ids is an odor-less, greaseless, non-staining cream, and is available immediately without a prescription and is guaranteed to work. ciM.i...,.Cm,i. Use only as directed. Adams Drugs 35 Mitchell Drive 272-0802 ,rN.V; W . ... s Edith Lambert shares a hug and card with a second-grader at Head Elementary School. "- " Head students celebrated Valentine's Day with residents at the Dalraida Healthcare Center through hugs, cards and a game of Bingo. Patients at VA center cheered by visitors, 'National By Frank Mastin Jr. ADVERTISER STAFF WRITER ' ' Patients at Montgomery's Veterans Affairs Medical Center had lots of reasons to smile Wednesday as more than a hundred visitors flooded the hospital with a common goal to cheer them up. The event was part of a National Salute to Hospitalized Veterans held at VA medical centers throughout the nation. Anita Folmar, wife of Montgomery Mayor Emory Folmar, headed the list of guests at the Montgomery center. Mr$. Folmar said she has attended the events every year since she once stood in for the mayor, whose schedule prevented him from attending one of the salutes several years ago. "After he didn't make it that year, they invited me the next year," Mrs. Folmar said. "We know when we are on to a good thing," said Pam Parker, a . GIRL from page IB Police posted a lookout on the car after the teen-age boys drove away from the school, Capt. Mitchell said, but the boys eluded authorities for hours. A cousin of one of the boys gave them a police scanner, so they knew where officers were looking, Capt. Mitchell said. At 1:30' p.m., a security guard saw the boys walking onto school grounds and contacted police, Capt. Mitchell said. Police confiscated a 6-inch Smith BLAZE from page IB the kitchen after putting the sandwich in the oven to heat it for her daughter, Kayla. "I walked out of the kitchen to look at my soap operas, and she (Kayla) just started screaming, 'It's a fire, it's a fire,' " Ms. Petty said. Ms. Petty attempted to extinguish the fire with towels and blankets, but it spread quickly through the house and into an at RIDE from page IB His recovery has been remarkable, his supervisors say. His optimism and good humor appear unshakable. Six months after the accident, he walked from his bed to the living room in his home. It was one of the hardest things he has ever done, Cpl. Williams said. Only a month ago he took his first extended walk without help 50 minutes to walk one mile around Oak Park. Last week, he had progressed to running on a treadmill. But he is not yet ready for the motorcycle, his supervisors say. "We'll just have to evaluate his progress and then he'll go through rstvi - n w. L "I S3, v.""r . . . . rfil hospital official who coordinated Wednesday's program. Mrs. Folmar said she enjoys visiting with as many of the veterans as she can on each visit. In addition to Mrs. Folmar, other guests Wednesday included: two Shriner clowns; 12 members of the Alabama State University football team; Faulkner University's basketball team; active duty Air Force members from Standard Systems Group at Maxwell Air Force Base, Gunter Annex and more than 50 seventh-graders from Saint Bede Catholic School. "We came to make them feel warm and to share the Alabama State spirit," said Ricky Carson Sr., assistant Alabama State University football coach. The football players visited veterans in their rooms on all four floors of the hospital, Mr. Carson said. Eileen Clarke, one of the teachers from Saint Bede, said the students distributed Valentine cards to all the veterans. & Wesson .38-caliber pistol from the 16-year-old. Police said the weapon was stolen from a south Montgomery house Feb. 7, so they also charged the 16-year-old with receiving stolen property, another felony, Capt. Mitchell said. Last Friday, police arrested the 16-year-old for burglary and theft and placed him in the Montgomery County Youth Facility. He was released Monday, Capt. Mitchell said. Juveniles are required to have a hearing 72 hours after they are placed in the youth facility and some are released at that time, Capt. Mitchell said. tic. She ran out the rear of the home with Kayla. A neighbor called 911. Her son, Jeremy, and a man living in the other half of the duplex were not home at the time. Ms. Petty could not find her Labrador retriever, Sparkle. Meanwhile, traffic on 1-85, north of the residence, was blanketed with black smoke. Residents throughout the city could see the billowing clouds. A women's clothing business next door to the house suffered heat damage to clothing and bro the training to show he is capable," said Cpl. Williams' commander, Maj. Arthur Baylor of the Montgomery Police Department Traffic Division. "If he can do it, he will be approved to ride the motorcycle," Maj. Baylor said. "We're glad he's back." An injured police officer in Montgomery is treated with the care of a wounded soldier. Relief, respect, handshakes and genuine affection found Cpl. Williams upon his return. As he settled back into his patrol shift, the teasing and baiting, the peculiar affection of the Montgomery Police Department, was directed at him it was the proof of his return. Injured motorcycle patrol officers hold particular jobs around the department. Several work desk jobs so their old, lingering injuries I kVio PATRICIA MlKLIKStFF Salute' "This is the first time we've dojie this and they're really enjoying going to the rooms and talkingUo the patients," Ms. Clarke said. 4" The students and other guests wore buttons with the message"! Love Veterans." ,- '. Veterans Affairs Secretary Jesse Brown issued a written message to the veterans: , "Americans have a tradition' of showing their respect and admiration for the men and women who gave military service to our great nation. ',. "But the National Salute to Hospitalized Veterans is unique because it allows every citizen j to make that gesture a personal one." Napoleon Howard, 92, the hospital's oldest patient, received a special Valentine's card from syndicated columnist Ann Landers, who traditionally presents a card to the oldest veterans each year. " Mr. Howard and several other veterans visited their guests in a conference room decorated with Valentines. :vu.ff.- "Because he shot at another ;sju-dent, we can't charge him as an adult," Capt. Mitchell said. "I hate it. I guarantee he'll be back on; the street by Friday." Under state law, police would be able to charge the boy as an adult if he had shot at a teacher or ottjer school official, but not a student, Capt. Mitchell said. The three other teen-age boysin the Oldsmobile also, have criminal records, including one once charged with rape, Capt. Mitchell said. .' - The boy involved in the fight who sought help, from the 16-year-old may be charged with disorderly conduct. ken windows as a result of the fire. The co-owner of the house; T.kn McQueen, said it was built around the turn of the century and its first resident, Sam Salmen, became well-known in the community. Mr. Salmen was born in Austria and had lived in Alabama from 1918 until his death in the early 1990s. He was 100 years old at $he time of his death. The recently renovated house was one of the first in the Highland Park plat of Montgomery, Mr. McQueen said. " don't hinder their work. ! Five motorcycle officers were in: jured in accidents in 1995. One officer, Willie Henry Pryor, was killed in January 1995. -s Cpl. Williams hopes his injuries will not ground him. He will ride the rest of this week with an accident investigator, he said. "J Next week he will work with his motorcycle patrol comrades, but lie will work from a car. 1 "I love the job," Cpl. Williams said. "The people, my friends! I don't know what else I'd do. J : "Everyone says I'm crazy .to want to get back on the bike. My wife says I'm crazy. i "But I joined the police to ride a bike. What happened to me could have happened anywhere. Didn't have to have happened on the rtic-torcycle. When it's my time, it's my time." ... . .

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