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September 21, 1985. Tha Atlanta Journal WEEKEND Tha Atlanta Constitution 13-D Obituaries 1 : -'. I . a..,.. Funeral Notkieaf'jt i ' Funeral Notices Jack L Strausformer ' chief executive officer of Macy's store chain By Tom Bennett Staff Writer ' Jack I Straus, former chief executive officer of R.H. Macy and CQjgd grandson of the Georgian wtytgained control of the depart mmImam In 1 ififi AlmA YtsoiMftav at ; .New York's Roosevelt Hospital Tti tin Aval wemma UV UUVI ; will be at U am Thursday at St. James Episcopal Church in Manhat tan with private burial Mr. Straus was a director of : Macy's beginning - in 1928, vice pres ident from 1933 to 1939, acting presl dent in 1939-1940, president and chief executive officer from 1940 to 1956, chairman and chief executive officer from 19S6 to 1968, chairman of the Executive Committee from Straus purchased- Davison-Paxon-Stokes Co., renaming it Davison's; Jack Isidor Straus was born Jan. 1 J, UOO, In New York City. He graduated from Harvard University in 1931 and immediately went to work for Davison's. He was a prominent New York business and citric leader and philanthropist for decades. v Mr. Straus was a governor of the New York Stock Exchange in 196448 and a director of the Long Island Railroad, Safeway Stores Inc. ami Continental Can Company. Medical care was a special interest for him. He was chairman of the board of trustees of Roosevelt Hospital from 1965 to 1974, and an honorary fellow of the American College of Hospital Administrators. . He took part in variety of New York City-related activities, as a director of the New York City Economic Development Council, Greater New York Fund, Police Athletic League, United Fund of Greater New York and the United Way of New York City. His alma mater was another concern of his. He was a member of the Harvard Board of Overseers from I960 to 1954. He and his brother, Robert K. Straus of Santa Ernest & DeBuc 4 1 0Cft 4a 107ft anil hAnnataw Attain. 7JrS ZZZSL tZZ -Barbara, wed chair at ; Ernest D. DeBuc of Conyers, a former mechanic' at ' Alterman Foods,., died of a heart attack Wednesday at Crawford Long Hospl taL He was .50. wUV j i. i .The funeral will be at I j.m, Saturday at Ward's Glenwood Cha Gil with burial at Green Meadow emorial Gardens. i Mr. DeBuc was born in Lawren ceville and belonged to the Georgia National Guard. r .c . s :' Swvtvtagait.Wwllfri lie Mints DeBuc of Conyers; three sons. Cot Rickey D. DeBuc of At' lanta, Bobby G. DeBuc of Forest Park and E. Lee DeBuc of Conyers; two daughters, Mrs. Dianne Anderson of Norcross and Mrs. Robin Blake of Conyers; a brother James DeBuc of Jonesboro; two sisters, Mrs. Frances Miller of Decatur and Mrs. Laura Faucher of Stockbridge; ana inree granatuidren. . Mrs.RubyeIVLCohron Mrs. Rubye Manning Cohron of Decatur. homemaker. died of a stroke Thursday at JPeKalb Genera) Hospital, s&a was e-.'r The graveside service will be a Mr. Robert Ooeglat frty. ige 53, of ' Timps, Fia., died Saptambar IS. Surviving in wife, Mrs. Mary Loo Friedly; doughters, MsV..Cnrittint friedly,,-"Tampa, fla.crMs. Gfitchen friedly, Marietta; sons, Mr. and Mrs. Robert Orwglas (Nadine) friedly. Jr., Attest Mr. trik'f rledly," Mr: Keith-friadly. Tairw bitrthtr. Mr. Waltar FrWIy. Ft leuderdete, fia. f uneraTservicewil bt nan Sunday, September 22 at 3 p.m.i in the chapel, Raw. Tbofflit Carroll officiating. Interment Kenneiaw Moutenin Mtmortal Park. In kw of flowers, please make donations to The Aniarieaa Heart Assoc. or Th American Can- i cw SOdaty. m itnm m recawa fnMtds a.- a .iji . m . j n r.i ii vm t wniM 9 uova mm i rnnm A p. urdsy at Roswol f unorol Homa. - ' GAR3L .......... . ..-.-I Mr. Marrm Duant GarM, of 501 1 Rnwdaw Rd. Apt X-U. CoHeca Park, the busband of VT rev,H w Hp. 13. ir nararreancaa meruowaw lrmow wxiv- 1977 until his death. To Macy's employees, he was roots were in Georgia. Mr. . StrW-Gernun-borngreat-grandfa-thel IStzarus, Immigrated to Tal- :bottcand Columbus, Ga., moved to New York City, and formed a company "(nat sold imported china and glassware to Macy's founder R.H. Macy. Jack Straus' grandfather, Isidor, leased space from Macy's, and in 1896 purchased control of the store. Isidor and his wife went down with the Titanic in 1911 Jack Straus' father, Jesse, was president of Macy's from 1912 to 1931, and ambassador to France from 1931 to 1936. BJL Macy and Co. operates 93 other stores in 14 states. They include Davison's In Atlanta. A Macy's delegation led by Jesse Straus came to Atlanta in 1925 and the Harvard, Business School in hon- woithetfather. Jack Straus received honorary doctorates from New York University and Adelphl College, and decorations from the governments of France, Italy and Belgium, accord-ing to Who's Who in America. Mr. Straus had homes in Manhattan, Oyster Bar on Long Island and Boca Grande, Fia. ; His first wife, Margaret, died fa 1974. They bad been married for 49 years. ' 'Jv: Surviving in addition to hit brother are nis second wife, Mrs. Virginia Megear Fowler Straus; a son, Kenneth Straus of New York City; two daughters, Mrs. Patricia S. Harraa of Greenwich, Conn., and Mrs. Pamela S. Haber of San Francisco; a stepson, Thomas P. Fowler in of New York City; nine grandchildren and three great-grandchuV dren. Iy Blackwell, fper Gwinnett she was a 1 year old. She had lived in Austell since. . Surviving are an uncle and two aunts. C Ray Blackwtn-oT Uwrence-,nirQp VlnctntjC. Sandoval Of Marietta; villCformer1 GwinnetrCottnty fi J0 " PropeN, nance director and a former Kraftyi'tw Ji at Foods executive with 3 years' ser ,5k Joseph's HospitaL He wu 4. vice, died Thursday at Medical Arts Health Facility of complications re suiting from Parkinson's disease. He was 81." Mr; BlackweU had been ill for about 10 years, and a patient at the medical facility for 2Vi years, according to his wife, Mrs. Sarah McDonald Blackwell of Lawrenceville. . -The funeral will be at 3:30 p.m. SaturdSy at Wages Oak Lawn Cha peKwJth burial at Gwinnett MemotV-al Park. . Mrr Blackwell wu chief of finance In Gwinnett County in 1969-71, filling out the term of another finance director who had retired. Mr. Blackwell was hired by the county after his retirement from a division of Kraft . He resigned, said his wife, after coming to work early one day at the Gwinnett County Courthouse, answering the phone, and hearing an irate caller say, "Yon haven't fixed my potholes!' "He didn't even say who he was,r Mrs. BUckweU recaUed. "After Jhat, Ray said; 'I've bad enottghV .Charles Ray Blackwell was bora Apr aV 1904, in Denisoh, Texas, ' anddttended Tyler Business College in Texas. ?- He went to work lor Kraft, which transferred him to Atlanta. He rose to be assistant comptroller of the Southeast Division of the firm;- Kraft purchased a glass compa ny In Jersey City, HJ., and Mr. Blackwell went there as office man ager for 12 years before retiring. He wu a former president of the Georgia Internal Auditors Association and also belonged to Masonic Lodge 131, Yaarab Temple, Scottish Rite and Lawrenceville Presbyterian Church. Surviving in addition to his wife are a daughter, Mrs. Joan Kerr of Salem, AU4 six grandchildren and seven great-grandchildren. MiujeweH P. Cordon Miss Jewell P. Gordon of Aus-tell, ahomemaker, died Friday at CobD General Hospital She wu 79. The funeral will be at S pm. Sundayat Roy Davis Chapel with burial at Davis Cemetery. , ,Miss Gordon wu born In Hope, Arlrrand moved to Ajistell when; The limerat will be at 2 p.m. Sunday at Mayes Ward Funeral Home with burial at Georgia Memorial Park. Mr. Sandoval wu bora in San Antonio, Texas, and wu an Army veteran of World War U and an Air Force veteran of the Korean War. Surviving are his wife, Mrs. Garnet Williams Sandoval of Marietta; two tons, Greg Sandoval of Morrow and Michael Sandoval of Grand Prairie, Texas; a brother, . Tony Sandoval of San Antonio; and two grandchildren. Mrs. Ctiherine K. Mykytya Mrs. Catherine Konowal Myky-tyn of Powder Springs, a homemaker, died Thursday at Kennestone HospitaL Shewn 12. The funeral Mass will be at 2 p m. Saturday at St John Ylanney CatnoUe Church with burial at 10 a.m. Tuesday at Sts. Peter and Paul Ukraniaa Catholic Mission Church cemetery in Willlamstown, NJ. Mrs. Mykytya ru bora. In Po land and Immigrated to the United States in, 1911 She belonged to St John VJahney Catholic Church. Surviving are three-sons, Alexander Mykytya of Philadelphia, Joseph Mykytyn of Powder Springs and John Mykytyn of Vero Beach, Fia.; three daughters, Mrs, Annie Huryan of Vera Beach, Mrs. Cather- . ine URosa of Voorhls, N.J., and Mrs. Sophia Plum of Lagrangeville, N.Y.; 21 grandchildren, 20 greatgrandchildren and four great-greatgrandchildren. Mrs. Amaryllis P. Barnes Mrs. Amaryllis Pickett Barnes of' Atlanta, a homemaker, died of cancer Thursday at Crawford Long HospitaL She wu 69. The funeral will be at 2 pm Saturday at Soring Hill with burial at Greenwood Cemetery. Mrs. Barnes wu a lifelong resident of Atlanta and a former Georgia State University chapter director of Delta Zeta sorority. She wu ,a founder of Joy for Senior Citizens at Second-Ponce de Leon Baptist Church. , '-?-v ' Surviving are her husband, Ray D. Barnes of Atlanta; a son, Thad P. Barnes of 'Atlanta; and two grandchildren. ' - J: - . Wm.m; Saturday at Floral Hills -Memory Gardens. . 1: mgmjt Mrs. Cohron was I natlvo of Georgians, Alan and belonged W Oakhurst Baptist Church Surviving are a son,' "Winston Cohron of Decatur, two.. grandchO . dren. :. - t PtalA-DeFoor . . Paul A. DeFoor of Mabletoo, retired switchboard wireman at Westinghouse Electric Corp. with 26 years' service, died 01 a Heart at tack Friday at Cobb General Hospl taL He wu 78. - . - The funeral win be at 8 p.m. Sunday at Mt Harmony Baptist Church with burial at the church cemetery. Mr. DeFoor was a native of Paulding County and was a past president of South Cobb Lions Clun. He also belonged to Latham Masonic Lodge 12, Yaarab Temple and Mt Harmony Baptist Church, v ; Surviving are his wife, Mrs. Mil dred sealey DeFoor of Mabieton; a son, Don DeFoor of Powder Springs; two daughters, Mrs. Jackie Russom of Mabieton and Mrs. Barbara Hays of Powder Springs; a brother; Lynn DeFoor of Mabieton; four sisters; Mrs; Lizzie Rodgers of Mabletott; ' Mr Cora Kina af Rrmfn "Mri: Beulah KtWey M Conyers andUra; Zelma Mendosa of East PoWs tWO aalfbrothers, Garland and Mac KuV cheson, both of Mabieton; nine grandchildren and eight great St . . -.1 ... -- 5 uonu.iwersey Leon D. Kersey of Austen, a dispatcher for a printing company, died of cancer Wednesday at Cobb General HospitaL He wu 66. , : The funeral will be at 11 am Saturday . at Roy Davis Chapel with burial at Bethany Baptist Church cemetery la McDonough; ; : of Mr. Kersey was a native Henry County, an Army veteran of World War, II and a member of Baptist Tabernacle. - jt; Surviving are Us wife, Mrs. Jc sie Brooks Kersey of Austell: and sister, Mlu Ruby E. Kersey oj . At- L00KB.HS GOOD. RconawJ8hlDrcaJHlGH5TVlE Funeral Notices JottMboro Jnrry L Barronton 471-7171 JohnB.Laa.Jr. FURtOW, Mn. Carolyn Cushion HwardL Comkhoel a Son nwSnaSnSaBBaBBjSaiBaB Mirawing wife. Mrs. Garnet W. Sandoval. Marietta: sons, Mr. Greg Sandoval, Morrow: Mr. Michael Sandoval. Crand Praire. Ta; Kandchildren. Tommy and Corey Sandoval, wow: brother, Mr. Tony Sandoval. San An took). Texas. The family will receive friends from 7 to 9 p.m. Saturday at Mayes Ward Fa-neral Home, Marietta. . "... '.. .. M " .' FURROW ' Mrs. Carolyn CashkM Furrow, of Jonesboro, died Wednesday aveninf, Mn furrow is survived by her Jtusband, Mr. John Steven (Steve) furrow,, Jonesboro; dauehter. Miss laora Ann Furrow, Jonesboro; father. Mr. Harry Cashkm, of Washinfton, O.Ci mother. Mrs. Josephine Griffin Paul, Atlanta. Ga. Funeral services will be Saturday at 2 p.m. from The Chapel of Barronton a Lee funeral Noma. Rev. Terry Braswei officiating. Interment services Sunday at 2 p.. from Fair-view Methodist Church Cemetery, Mt Mooro, N.C Barrentoe I Lee funeral, Directors, Jonesboro. 4717171. . KSHOP, Mr. Judge Bmar CARSON, Mr. Charles Toy NORTON, MiseAlmo JJaugaUoli 522-82171 MYBrS, Mrs. Marie FARROTTI, Mrs. L MognoKo) TOMPKINS, Mrs. Annie BaB SHIBOS . . .. .- Mr. AquWe Shields, 1455 Sprmtville Rd. Ath- LOWNOXS el McLANX FUNIRAL HOMKS AtfamaSyS-mt Tudwr4f-3W1 N8WAU, Stephen 0. SIW,NW.lMftieC - FavaffavHia " 461-7641 FRJCI,Mrs.baatTkaO. Miss Jewel P.. ate 79 of Austen, died Sent h'20, 4m Survived by nele.-Samuel L Coc oon, oorawne; aunts, bjtk sally Gordon Jones, AusteH: n tneie 'Gordon Moss, Smyrna: eoosmt fonarat Sunday. 3 p.m. at our ettapat. Rev; ttyde Wade. Rev., JX Wa of. fetiiKn i1itiKtTii9flt Otvtt CttMtwty. Roy 04 is funeral Home, Aus t at. . ; . r t - Thomas L Screggs PmriwM) CmrJtn CkmpJ ForfPoHt . 3635 , DAR3Y, Mrs. Sara Ines (Moelay) HARRIS -' - wn. v Mn, Sara ffewton nerrls, afe 67, of Mabie ton, died Friday. Services 4:30 P-m. Sunday in Tha Chapel of JL Randy Canwchael funeral Home. Smyrna.'' 'J" ' -. i : '-:- ' CASCADf HU4tlOCM4MS.W. StMIO OOUTHOOK HU-WS0 i.ipii N. Ml. MI-U10 ' SeMNO HIU-MM l)kt N.W. STtMn JAMS,Mr.VVintomHirliw Rmttt DnnirmtJJom ""1 The fritROI mo ntatrets Of MrV ood Mrf. -towjte MiiUK DMOtvn Mr. and Mrs. CO. HobmoOa'' CoHtit Piflu Mr. ond Mrs, Cldtfi St BredVtt. forest Part; Mr. and Mrs. t.W. Samplas. FayefteinSaj fw. and Mrs Paul L. . Samples, Atlanta; Mr. and Mrs. Harvey Paa t chat, Mr. and Mrs. John Wrffiam Jay, Decatur: Mrs. Frances Bfankanship, Conaie Park; Mr. and Mrs. Horace M, Cuimv Winder; Mr. end Mrs. frank Gunn, Atlanta: two pandchiktren; two sjrMt-ejanolaldren nieces and nephowt. '' art Invited to attend the funeral of Mrs. John W. (Julie) Heuft SundaySept 22. 1985 at 2 pja. from Hard's -Glenwood ChapeL Inter- -meat, Forest Mitt Memorial Gardens. PaB bearers assemble at the chapel at 1:45. Hons Award.. 'y-:' ,-yr KomAY Mf Roebofl DovfjItMi Sf , pSjffWqej Wf rivVVaxefSvaajBg . ' WHtmmmAm.Ommm .bMMUTrinMt 371-0777-3 3 ens. Ga.. died Tuesday. Funeral Sunday, : tember 22, 3 p.m. New Grove Baptist Church. Winterville, Ga. Rev. James Washington, Jr4 aster. Rev. Andrew Clark officiating, biter, ment, East Lawn Cemetery. Mutual Funeral Home, Athens, Ga. SINGUY Mr. tonnie Cleveland Sineley, 71 of Olive Springs Rd.. Marietta, died Thursday. Call Norman Madford (or arrangements, 4274447. TANNER Mr. Guy H. Tanner, of Oxford, died September 20, 1985. funeral plans later. J.t Harwell A Son, Covington.. TOMPKINS" Mrs. Annie BaB Tompkins, of Route 1. Su wanes, Ga the wife of Mr. Robert Tompkins, passed Sept 19, 1985. Funeral arrangements announced later. Haugebrooks funeral Home. TRAH Mr. William Edward (Ed) Trail Sr. of Marietta died Thursday. Services wi be held Saturday 2 p.m. from Casteftew't Concord Chapel with Rev. k L TumeB officiating. Interment, Geor- ?1a Memorial Park, Mr. Trail was a native ol est Point and moved to Marietta in 1950, A Hveteraa WWI and em retired from T.F.CC Survivors include wife, Mrs, WHNe Trail, Mar. J iettc sons; WUIiam Edward tBMIV Trail fri " Smyrna, Cnaiiea Marty Trail Sr.i Jonesboro .i Set Mark Anthony (Tony) Trait. Havelocii, , NX4 daughter, Mrs. Sandra Elaine Trail Wsd-sworth, Dalton; nine grsndcnMren. Cestesaw ?' funeral Home. Smyrna. 435-9038. - - Mrs. Maria Clarl Wkleman, of 353 Pine St N.E, Atlanta, passed away Sept 18. J98S, Funeral services wM be keM Sunday, Sept 22. 1985 at 1 p m. at Wheat Street Baptist Cnurcb, 18 Vonga St NX Rev. Or. WMianl. Holmes Borders, Sr., Pastor, officiating, sntav v ment Monday.. Sept . 23, 1985 at McMsnd Cemetery, GroemMe, S.C. Survivors are M daughters, JuKa Smith and Agnes Chandler two sons. Moses Wkfemen and Benjamin f. Widtmsn; eight grandchildren. Karen, Archie,' K James, OARa,Mr.AtofinOuaM Sandra, Dorothy ZmfA.V$Wf MSI MtlWIUClmsel mmmJBXSLmm. eJEasmtCliKsel TTfifi Grteorv. and Tow. 12 ereM-vindcMdren: ana son" ; Wew, Samuel Chandler: one dauchttr-ie-tow, waive Wideinan: and a host af Maces, neph; aws, cousins and friends. The cortege wis as sembie at the residence at 12 noon Sunday; SellertBros. " ,f HAYS, Mr. Roy mmmmmmmmmmmmmmmWmmmmWmmmmmmmm ARD MARIETTA titZsmsttssst MAYS -. :riir'' ':jl''' s'--' ''. Mr. Ray Hays, age 55. of take lucerne Rd, LiAwrn, Ga. died Sept 18. 1985. He is survived by wife. Mrs.;hirley Mays: chMren. Lloyd Hays, Jtturrt lr. add Mrs. Joseph (Ltun).Mafttta.vKcBxvk Mr. and , Mrs.;Qavid XOsnisa) Carttoa,.Snelville; sis-tors. Mrs. MasdsS Thomason. lsVeLaneSj Howard,, both- of Anwiko Tesess five grand- "ill uniraa wia hk.-kalA Mnitdnl Mim SeiiL-at2'e'ekx a4vwaees Srietvifla oafemay'vrarecetve- friends after i . 0 enca wtonoaT ar me ranerm noma, m een 1 of flowers the family has requested tbatdon. . ebons be made to the Cerebral Palsy, United of Greater Atlanta, mc.i 3272 Peachtree Rd. : ' neral Serlr,Seirvik,Ga.97W200. 1 1 SANOOVAURw.VincefitC "Other ;;3S';.Vi ecVim leW JmmsI YUrkii as. "i-enrJes-ejJf-do. ajV taraTI i ' a . 1 OluWIMm OtTVICw IRtT. Wmmm IWQNI JVMB ; wi be ken Saturday. Sept 21, 1985 at 2 . o'clock at Wostview. Rev. P.C. Emits otfkiat lng.RM. Patterson t Son, Spring Hid. - johnson r v.:- Mrs. Bavnor Hudson lohnson. the wife of Mr sjfvea sjimjvevv aevwemeva Meveveamevea law win vr evew Roy Jonnson, of Bowden, Ga, passed on Sep ; tember 19. 1985. funeral services riS be -fcekt Sanday. September 22 at 2 p.m. from The New Hope Uiuted Mstfwdist Church, Bow dean, Ga. Revs 10. Grier and Rev. J.C; Neat ' . officiating. Merment Bowden Cemetery. Surv ' - vivors are one son, Andrew Johnson, Atlanta, : : lour sisters, five brothers, Mrs. Gladys Cobb and Mr. Cfyda tswlson, av Attanta: Mr. and Mrs. Re Hudson. Ckatfanooga, Tft Mr. and , .Mrs, waliam Gibson, Cedar town; Mr, and Mrs. : John L. Iludsoa, Mrs, Haul Gibbi, Rev. and Mrs. Nathan Hudson, Mrs. Daynor Cater and ; Mr. Carl Hudson, ak of vnta Rica, Ga, several winiUMii aejts awaa p:v,v r rfiw-HARSSS, Mrs.SeroNwrart HAUtK, Mrs. John W. (Julia) M w-JOHNSON, Mr. Bayrwr Hudsoii MM,MffcMcrttie MASK, Mrs. MarriM(Bs9 MAYES, Mr. Orty MOwUUS Mi efohn iVontiftii FOUIOS, Mr. James P. (Papa) . SH!SDS,Mr.Aqoina TAIMSX,Mr.OiyH. ' TlAl,Mr.WmbiWJ,Sr. VYtCSMAN, Mrs. Marie Oarfe .: , , Donald L Folsom whT ofheiete with interment m The Jackson City Cemetery. Haistea fa- FuntnlKot3c Mands. The laaiilv wiR recevie friends at tha ' .ve ewvawaje ejemar assnmevew smew wmiwem eiemeeiai w neaj funeral name on Saturday from 7 until B pjw. ;Wilker f uneral Home, Carrokton;' :' BSSCaS.' . fliimllklUeidimiiiilNviSLkW. MYE2S , Mrs. Marie Myers, of 83 Iklierd St HfL, Apt - A ' 1 - , tMummm : r. tna wne Of aw. Leonora ewers, aassai Sept 19, 1985. Funeral arrangements s nounceo later. Hougaofoois runerai noma. NEWALL rtX'sl '- aMjau 4) lMaaVmm tk eeetll ; be Saturday. 10:30 at St Bade's Episcopal . Cmjrch. Lowndes A McLsna Famvai llamas. -Taeber. , from the chapel af Mann a Walon, Conyarr Rev. Albert Myers enl officiate. krtermeat Cast View Cemeterr. Manf A WsWen,- Cor yers.' 'I L'l" 1' .J.'-li-,..J Funeral services for Mr: Mte timet Bonop, It a.m. Saturday, Chspel ol Howard L Car-micheel A Sons, interment Westvtent . - X-19a5.ifTunerat anmanced- htar. Cos ypl leORTON ' i : . Miss Alma Norton, of College Park, Ga, died Seotembsr 20. 1985. nans Mar. Howard I. - CarmtcbaataSons. " I"".1.'.'-! ' larsy ffsaf rauene sjnoeey, yuvuiujuni, neo September 20. Surviving any. asnsi Mr. Raidi. t hjtdty." Americm. Mr.- Tarred Undsey, "Mr. .By. undsey. tovtngton." Mr, Watece lindsey, Portvo'Mr. Jimmv Lindsey. ka: sisters. IBss Edna Culbreth. Forbirdale.- Mrs. Ruby FAltOTTf ' Porrottafj of 400 Mph - a Hi I. at MeGi Blvd. N.E, Apt 2-G, passed Sept 21 19S5. Funeral arrangements announced Htar, -Haugabrooks funeral Homo. mrtm P. cawaa, age a, wrowi way Ti jackawvma. Feu eight ararArMren, savaa ' Sf.10, 1'JSMS!? tirtnenkei!, .ont 'tret-greet-frtnd (Mrs. Anna t Lockerbie. AMrfcEdnsC;,., aaufhter. Funeral services wid be keM today UnlM tiMa.Uto hmffiar Mr. kek W. ilni -. 1 uf.rd ayuhi nb rk....k tC - . . - - - -. w p.m.-m , WWIMW ww.w w.... w,M. ,. - Muh, I d.iMt 4mm. -hanliaim -i I i . . n... iu.lu um, w iw "'' ." ..""?""7:,v -lemanerpiaoef nnm n 1. ju. n vki urvvesioa services win or ran aeniron "' ;j Nnnso SIM MV. JUS) MOOTS Omciaimg. nw: ternoon at 2 o'clock at touimiUtm ment. Lawnwood Memorial Pari. Deacons ol tery. Rev. E.G. Hutelnngs. Jr. wS ofheiat . , Pormrdam iaatJst Chureh sri serve as oaM- AiTorneraSons.i - . .r -y besrers end konttrsrv esccrt Xaldvntf A foutoir-"'-' " """" rhmmin nirmiiiiiii sin. hu (Mt Mr. JmmS P. tTaPai fvutoL an 9Z of At- aurMMe rn t aratMr. sar . Dvnt cumraoL - man, an avio nraener. oiea cm. ism. aveo.m uecarar for w years ena was so-ajdred by al Ms neifhbors and friends. Ho ( would eftee go to kis neighbors and improve nowers, nwns ana . uusnss. ne never CARSON 't Mr. Charles Toy Carson, of Atlanta, Ga, am September 19, 1985. Survived by wife. Mrv Poky & Carson; daughter, Mrs. Barbara Car son Moddoi, Douglas viae: sister, Mrs. Mamie" Abercrombie, of Austell: brother. Mr, W. Paul : Carson, of Albany; renddeughters, Mrs. Ab ana Briscoe and Mrs. Chrisy Worrat; great- honorary. I Cowan, Covington, - ows. Funeral services z a.m. saturoay. Chapel of Howard L Carmichael A Sons. Rev, C. Leo Griggs officiatinf, Interment wesWew .Cemetery. ,' vsvi-.v;vc i COHRON " :: v wlf Tna friends and retettvee ntrsi nuDye e,. -( Cohron, Mr. and Mrs. Winston Cohron, OavkJ and Tommy Cohron, Oecotur; are invited to' attend graveskta services for Mrs. Rubye E." Cohron Saturday. Sept 21, 1985 at llf', from floral Hills Memorial Gardens. Rev.. Met,8 Wittiems wM officiate. Horis A Ward, me; '.' : . hwnr" " '"' ' ' "-" Mn Martha rtad) Masl t Cwmgton, died ' September. 19. 1985. She b survived by- . daughter, -Mrs. Robert (Jane) .Cot, forest j Fwk Jpk'f. Mask. M, Atlanta:' ; grandson, JSr. Raymond Wols, Cutnoart, new oral niecas and nspbews. Funeral services emt i be held Saturday, September 21 at 3 P-nv ,1 from Tbe Chapel of Herwel Funeral Home. : Rev. Thomas L Whits and Rev. Ben Porker ok -I tiarnc. 4ritfrrwiv Lvumvood Memorial j Pert j ltwwek A So Covington. ViJ. Mr..Grady Meyes, of 1362 vmaf St. s i. ' .' wanted comDenution. Ms Pleasure was neat and beautiful neighborhood. He h) sur vived bv Ms dsiKhton Miss lute Poulos. - Mrs. Teuie Portulas. sons, Mr. and Mrs. Vk : tor J. Poulos. Mr. and Mrs, rets A nuns, ak of Atlanta: sister. Mrs. Maria Pratt es. Greece. --Funeral services wkT be bald Monday morning at 11 o'clock at tna Greek Orthodei Cathedral of The Annunciation, Fr. Homer Gouonv i, mis wid officiate Interment Greenwood Ceme-. tery. Pekbesrers wi be Messrs. Jimmy Pou-' los. Johnny Poutes, Bob Itamby. Charles Hamby, Robin WWiamv Vie Hamby, Jr. The lorary escort wis be members at tna Santa Ekaterini Fraternitv. A Prayer Service wm be keM Sunday evening at 7 o'clock at the , Chapel of AS. Turner A Sons, m keu of flow art, donations may be made to The Greek Or-thodos Cathedral (Fifth Diocesan Fund), AS. Turner sens. it Id . sen. kWbke C.: af ITS SloneweS Ave., fav- away at tha residence September 20V,v.- irrivile. died Sept 20, 1985. She is survived . i ui m....id ba.hn u, ImI lkm rtemnlu Oht, 985: Fupe;al aWouncad..totM..Cos Brow 24-5M4V. likS OVM ..WW CwfOTEl '-'fi-'.vw,i):i , Funeral sonrices for Mrs. Csrnssbnt CtmstpY per wi be announced at a later date. rwms . Mr.; John -FranMn Morris, of Jackson, died ! Truirsdey. He was a member f The Second ' Baptist Church m CoHege Park and was a vet- eran ot vrvm. ne eras tna owner opera Funeral services wr mrs. sara mn (mosmyj Osrby; of Wverdele. wi be held Saturday. 2 a tor of . k) sw ) yived by bis wife. Mrs. Ediths Morris, Jack i son: Ms mother. Mrs. lane Morris: daughter, , r Mrs. Barbara Brack. CoKeee Perk: son. Mr. -' Johnny Morris. Jncksonj grandchildren, John . By MUSnwia , vwmi winip,ir tram mrs, rrane trrances; ooney, mvwr-dale; five grindckildren; one great-grandchild: sitter, Mrs. Mergeret Giles, Macon. Funeral services wi be held TODAY et 11 o'clock a m. at the chaoei of Cart 1 MoweR A Son. Rev. Mck Overton officiating. Graveside ser vices wi be new tooat at :30 p.m. et tno Arlington City Cemetery. Arlington, Ga. Carl J. Wowen son, teyenevme. n Imm 4ta chanel: mtorment Sherwood' SrrikrJ.kiort. Russet Grey Brack. MomMirardans. Rev. Horace Reoce wi of- Robin Maria Brock, College Perk and several ficiete. Tifbmas L Scroggs, Parkway Garden Chapel, Forest Park, 36M522. SANDOVAL Mr. Vincent C. Sandoval. 64, of Marietta, died Fridav. Funeral servicM 2 cm. Sunday from tha chanel al Meves Ward funeral Home. nieces. Funeral services wi be conducted f ' Marietta. Pestbr Bobby Brewer wi officiate. Saturday et 2 .m. m Haisten's Chapel Or ; " Interment Georgia Memorial Park, Marietta. 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