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CS Wednesday, April 19, 1995 local r:rv5 The Atlanta Journal The Atfarrta CoPSt;Wion MARTA gets approval for natural gas bus fleet By Peter Mantius STAFF WRITER '. MARTA's plan to roll out a fleet of natural gas-burning buses before the 1996 Olympics won unanimous approval from the state Public Service Commission on Tuesday, only a day after it seemed to be in jeopardy. The PSC agreed to let Atlanta Gas Light Co. contract with . MARTA to help finance up to 189 natural gas buses and to build a station to refuel them. "This is great news for Atlanta's air quality," said David R. , Jones, president and chief executive officer of the gas company. Buses fueled by natural gas don't pollute nearly as much as diesel-burning buses. MARTA's move to convert nearly one-third pf its 600 buses to a cleaner form of fuel should help improve air ' quality in Atlanta, which is rated by the Environmental Protection Racial hospital incident spurs protest, apology STAFF REPORTS AND NEWS SERVICES A March incident in which black hospital staffers were banned from a DeKalb County delivery room at the request of the birthing mother prompted a protest among workers, an apology from the head nurse and an admonition from the hospital administrator. v. "Such a request at DeKalb Medical Center is not appropriate and cannot or will not be honored," John R. Gerlach said in a March 31 internal memo, the Associated Press reported Tuesday. . . The white woman who gave birth was admitted to DeKalb Medical Center's maternity ward on March 27. Gerlach said workers complied with her request -that blacks be banned from caring for her and the baby. ' ' The incident prompted 54 nurses to sign a petition demanding the workers involved be punished and forced to apologize. Valdosta police cited for 'inept' probe , . ' The state has found no criminal intent in the Valdosta Police Department's investigation of a 1994 double homicide, although a re- ' view uncovered evidence of "substantial malpractice" by several officers, said state Attorney General Michael Bowers. "The investigation was handled in such an inept and reckless manner as to indicate possible intentional conduct by the Valdosta detectives," Bowers said Monday. "However, the evidence is insuffi- . cient to prove criminal intent to sustain a conviction." .vv The report by Richard Hyde, the attorney general's investigator, , focused on former Police Chief Charlie Spray, former Assistant Chief ; David Whitfield, former Maj. Remer Croft and Detective Carl Smith. It concerned their handling of the deaths of Donya Jones and Seth Cassotta, who were the former girlfriend and son of Valdosta patrol , Officer Maurice Cassotta Jr. -, , Investigators at the March 30, 1994, crime scene wrongly re-; ferred to the deaths as a murder-suicide and cleaned a bathtub where ' the bodies were found. Autopsies showed that both were homicide ' victims, and the scouring of the scene left little physical evidence. Cassotta was acquitted of murder charges in February. Spray resigned last week, and Whitfield and Croft were fired. Smith returned to work last month. CONSTRUCTION DAM BUILDING DELAYED: A faulty concrete mixture has de-'. layed construction of a dam at Rockdale County's $16 million Big Haynes Creek Reservoir for a second day. Engineers and construction officials met Tuesday to determine the depth pf the problem. "The construction people, when they were pouring the concrete, no-- deed it took a bit longer than it should to firm up," said Ron Simpson, : chairman of the Big Haynes Creek Impoundment Authority. The . "roller-compacted" dam, due for completion this summer, is constructed by mixing concrete and rock into a claylike mush that is bulldozed into a large monolith, layer by layer. Concrete work on the dam was halted Monday, Simpson said. He said he did not know when , i.t would resume. Work on the dam's lining was under way Tuesday, ; liOwever. Simpson said solutions to the problem could range from a . simple addition of concrete or support rods to "a bigger change in the ' mix." Engineers and the project manager for the dam were unavail- .able for comment Tuesday. ::: environment ! ! FREE ECOLOGY BOOKLET: Just in time for Earth Day, the Georgia Conservancy is offering a free 53-page booklet of activities, ; facts and experiments designed to help young people learn about the ; environment and ways to protect it. "It's designed for teachers and . for anybody who's interested in getting this for their Scout troop or their Sunday school class," said Carolyn Boyd Hatcher, the conser-' vancy's president. From backyard scavenger hunts to pollution pa-l trols to exploring a decomposing log, the book contains activities for would-be ecologists from age 5 to adult, Hatcher said. Free copies can be picked up at the Conservancy's Atlanta office, 1776 Peachtree t JN.W7 or mailed to those who send in $3 for postage and handling. Information 876-2900. """"" ) 5(0r reporq an(j news servjces Agency as one of the nation's 10 worst cities for dirty air. The PSC's action also clears the way for the completion of a refueling station off Perry Boulevard in time for the Olympics. The city expects to borrow some 2,000 buses some fueled by natural gas for the Games. As late as Monday, at least two commissioners were concerned that the cost of the project could be shifted to residential ratepayers. But they voted for it after the PSC staff and the Consumers Utility Counsel reported that risks to ratepayers are minimal. The project calls for MARTA to use up to 200 gas-burning buses, which would cost about $10 million more than the same number of diesel buses. The gas company has agreed to absorb S2.9 million of the price difference and pay $2.55 million to complete the refueling station. The woman's physician, Dr. Joyce Gann, and head nurse Mary Snider said they made a mistake, the Associated Press said. "I realize now that my passive approach became the unwitting tool for discrimination to occur," Snider wrote in her April 10 apology. "It was not my intention, but I take full responsibility for my mistake and apologize to all of you for the pain it caused." Teresa Nelson, director of the the American Civil Liberties Union of Georgia, said the hospital needs to develop a policy to protect its staff from discrimination by patients. "Clearly this incident showed a level of bigotry, and in the future I hope the hospital will support its staff," she said. "Quality should be the issue, not race." Gerlach has not said if the workers will be punished. Hospital officials declined to comment Tuesday. 38 tr Arturo Frondizi, former president of Argentina, 89 NEW YORK TIMES New York Arturo Frondizi, a former president of Argentina who bolstered the country's economy through a series of unpopular austerity measures during four tumultuous years in office from 1958 to 1962, died Tuesday in Buenos Aires, Argentina. He was 89. His family said he died of a heart ailment. It is a reflection of the complexity of Argentine politics that Frondizi owed both his election in 1958 and his military ouster in 1962 to the support of exiled dictator Juan D. Peron, a man he had earlier bitterly opposed as a member of Congress and as a candidate for vice president on the Radical Civic Union ticket in 1951. Frondizi had a history as a doctrinare, liberal ideologue, but he was above all a pragmatist. He had consistently opposed Peron, a charismatic army colonel who was swept into power in 1946 and re-elected in 1951. After Peron was overthrown by the military in 1955 and his party was banned, Frondizi seized his chance. Recognizing that Peron's supporters, who formed the largest voting bloc, had nowhere else to turn, Frondizi curtailed his criticism of their leader and won Peron's tacit endorsement from exile, even as Frondizi was successfully courting the chief anti-Peron factions, the military, the Catholic Church, wealthy industrialists and even the Communists. Mark N. Lampertz High school senior The memorial service for Mark Nolen Lampertz of Duluth, a high school senior, will be at 2 p.m. today at the Community Church of Barrington, in Bar-rington, 111. ".' Mr. Lampertz, 18, died Saturj day at Fripp Island, S.C. ' " Surviving are his parents, Richard D. Lampertz of Duluth and Judith K. Nolan of Chicago; his stepmother, Colleen A. Lampertz of Duluth; two siblings, Kathryn and Lauren Lampertz of Chicago; two stepsiblings, Michelle Johnson and Robert Squier of Duluth; and his grandparents, Elsie and Richard Lampertz of Mesa, Ariz. Mary Alice P. Mullinax Retired nurse The funeral for Mary Alice, Pharr Mullinax of Stone Mountain, a retired nurse for the DeKalb County Department of Public Health, will be at 2 p.m. today at Tom M. Wages Funeral Home, Oak Lawn chapel, with burial in Dacula First Baptist Church cemetery. Mrs. Mullinax, 78, died Sunday at home. Surviving are four children, Alan, Shirley Ann and Tommy Mullinax of Stone Mountain, and Mary Ellen Mullinax Singleton of Good Hope; a sibling, Viece Sims of Dacula; five grandchildren; and four great-grandchildren. Gussie Green Retired teacher The funeral for Gussie Green of Stockbridge, a retired teacher for the Pike County school system, will be at 3 p.m. today (CDT) at Dillard Funeral Home in Troy, Ala., with burial in Banks Cemetery in Banks, Ala. Mrs. Green, 87, died Monday at Henry General Hospital in Stockbridge. Surviving are a child, Bobbie Luttrell of Stone Mountain; and two grandchildren. Virginia R. Hiatt Retired clerk The graveside service for Virginia R. Hiatt of Decatur, a retired clerk for Southern Bell, will be at 2 p.m. today at Restha-ven Garden of Memories. Ms. Hiatt, 83, died Monday at Fountainview Convalescent Center. There are no immediate family members among the survivors. Solon C Couch Sr. Retired minister The graveside service for Solon C. Couch Sr. of Alpharetta, a retired Methodist minister, was Tuesday at Mount Pleasant United Methodist Church in Cleveland, Ga. Mr. Couch, 79, died Sunday at Tucker Nursing Center. Surviving are his wife, Doris Couch; three children, Vauda Beinke of Stone Mountain, David Couch of Goleta, Calif., and Solon Couch Jr. of Alpharetta; a sibling, Dorothy Couch Klein of Atlanta; and four grandchildren. Virgil Lee Davis Retired truck driver Virgil Lee Davis of Branford, Fla., a retired truck driver, Army veteran and former resident of Atlanta, died Thursday at home. He was 67. No services will be held. Surviving are his wife, Clau-dine P. Davis; three children, Gerald Davis Sr., Rebecca Lynn Lloyd and Janet Davis Stowe of Atlanta; five siblings, Clifton Davis of Woodstock, Curtis Davis and Eli Davis of Fort Pierce, Fla., Minnie Haltburton of Austell and Gladys Wyandotte of Oklahoma; seven grandchildren; and three great-grandchildren. Ruth Pennington Home maker The funeral for Ruth Pennington of Decatur, a homemaker, will be at 11 a.m. today at A.S. Turner & Sons Funeral Home, with burial in Decatur Cemetery. Mrs. Pennington, 93, died Sunday at home. Surviving are two siblings, Elizabeth Beamon of High Point, N.C., and Margaret Lacey of Griffin. George B. Hertiein Jr. Retired salesman The graveside service for George Bernard Hertiein Jr. of Decatur, a retired salesman for Kraft General Foods, will be at 11 a.m. today at Westview Cemetery. Mr. Hertiein, 85, died Sunday at Manor Care Nursing Home in Decatur. Surviving are his wife, Marie Chastain Hertiein; a child, Rose Hertiein Shackelford of Saxon, Wis.; and five grandchildren. SheltonM. Johnson Jr. Minister Orleans, Mass. The funeral for Shelton M. Johnson Jr., . of Orleans, a minister and native of Macon, Ga., will be at 11 a.m. today in the Chapel of the Holy Paraclete at the Community of Jesus in Orleans, with burial in Orleans Cemetery. Mr. Johnson, 74, died Saturday at the Lahey Clinic in Burlington. Surviving are his wife, Lila McGee Johnson; and three children, Dusk Johnson of Tucson, Barbara Morabito of Gainesville, Fla., and Donna Therrien of White Plains, N.Y. Delilah Dee Allen Homemaker Manchester, Ohio The funeral for Delilah Dee Allen of Manchester, a homemaker and former resident of Lawrence-ville, Ga., was Saturday at Laf-ferty Funeral Home in West Union, with burial in Manchester Cemetery. Mrs. Allen, 51, died Wednesday at home. Surviving are her husband, Lawrence Allen Sr.; two children, Lawrence Allen Jr. and Melissa E. Allen of Auburn, Ga.; a sibling, Carol Mermen of Cincinnati; and five grandchildren. Funeral Notices BAILEY Mr. Garland E. (Bob) Bailey, 54 of Stone Mountain, died Monday, April 17, 1995. Mr. Bailey is survived by his daughters, Sheila Denmark, Sherry Banks and son, Glenn Bailey and five grandchildren all of Mobile, Al. Contributions in Mr. Garland's name may be made to Olsten Kimberly Quality Care, 3355 N.E. Expressway Ste 150, Atlanta, Ga 30341. Cremation Society of the South. 941-5352 BARBER Mr. Lamar Barber, of Alvaton, GA, died April 18, 1995. Funeral plans later. Kiggins & Son Funeral Home, Fairburn, 964-7833. BARNES Mr. Elmo Barnes Sr., 425 Chappell Rd. Apt. K-15, husband of Mrs. Gladys Barnes passed March 16, 1995. Funeral announced later. Her-schel Thornton Mortuary 6346 Ml. King Jr. Dr. Funeral Notices BARNHilL Mrs. Ellie Hale Bamhill, of Sharpsburg, died April 18, 1995. Mrs. Barnhill a former member of College Park Second Baptist Church was i member of the New Hope Baptist Church. She is survived by daughter, Mrs. Bertie Bowen Searcy, Sharpsburg; sons, Mr. and Mrs. Terry E. (Brenda) Bamhill, Sharpsburg; Mr. and Mrs. William D. (Virginia) Bowen, College Park; Mr. and Mrs. Jim (Lavern) Bamhill, Albany; Mr. and Mrs. Archie (Mary) Bamhill, Pace, FL; grandchildren, Tim Searcy, Hampton; Brent Barnhill, Jonah Bamhill, both of Sharpsburg; D.C. Bamhill, Albany; Beth Stewart, Stockbndge; Belinda Zabetakis, College Park; six greatgrandchildren, nieces and nephews. Funeral services will be held Thursday, April 20, 1995, at 2:00 p.m. at the chapel of Cart J. Mowell & Son. Rev. Dwayne Booth, Dr. Ike Reighard will officiate. Interment, Holly Hill. Family will receive friends Wednesday from 7-9 p.m. 2 Tim-ottiy 4:7 Carl J. Mowell t Son, Fayetteville. BEASLEY Homegoing services for Mr. Jimmy Beasley of 3392 Washington Rd. East Point will be held Thursday, April 20, 1995 at 1 o'clock p.m. from the Atlanta Christian Center, 3355 Jones-boro Rd., Fairburn, Ga. Pastor Peter Mullins officiating. Interment Forest Lawn Cemete. Remains will lie in state from 12 noon until the hour of service. A wake will be held tonight from 7 to 8 p.m. in our chapel. Family and Friends are asked to assemble at the residence at 12 noon. Gus Thomhill's Funeral Home. 768-2993-4 BRAGG Willis Chandler Bragg, Jr., age 51 of Douglas-ville, Ga., died on April 18, 1995. Mr. Bragg was head of the Math Department at Lithia Springs High School in Lithia Springs, Ga. Survived by wife, Lettie Butler Bragg, Douglasville, Ga.; son, Richard Chandler Bragg, Lithia Springs, Ga.; daughter, Tricia Bragg Manns, Lithia Springs, Ga.; father and mother, Willis Chandler and Erlene Barnes Bragg, Fayston, VT; brother, Reginald Barnes Bragg, Waterbury Center, VT; one grandchild and one nephew. Memorial services at Douglasville Seventh Day Adventist Church on Bright Star Rd., Douglasville, Ga. at 3:00 p.m. Saturday, April 22. Officiating, Elders Harold Cunningham and Denny Mitchell. Interment, Irasville Cemetery, Barre, VT. at the convenience of the family. Please omit flowers, and make contributions to the Atlanta Adventist Academy. J. Allen Couch, Douglasville BRENDELL Hazel Brendell, age 72 of Snellville, Ga, died April 18, 1995. Survivors and funeral arrangements will be announced later by Tom M. Wages Funeral Service, Inc. Snellville. 979-3200 BROOKS Mr. Thomas F. Brooks, age 54 of Alpharetta, died April 18, 1995. Survived by wife, Mrs. Janice Carruth Brooks, daughters, Mr. and Mrs. Gary (Bonnie) Boyd, Mr. and Mrs. Wesley (Karen) Sullivan, Mr. and Mrs. Jason (Tina) Sweatman Pruitt, all of Cumming; Miss Elana Brooks of Alpharetta; one step-daughter, Mrs. Stacy Howard of Canton; sons, Mr. and Mrs. Shane Brooks, of Cumming; step-son, Mr. Brian Sorrells, Brasselton, Ga; sisters, Mrs. Irene Bailey, Alpharetta; Mrs. Myradaise Sat-terfield, Alpharetta; Mrs. Louise Waters of Su-wanee; Mrs. Evelyn Hester of Ballground; brothers, Mr. Robert Brooks, Mr. Teddy Brooks, Mr. Russell Brooks of Alpharetta; and Mr. Aubrey Brooks of Dawsonville; nine grandchildren, one great-grandchild, nieces and nephews. Special friends, Betty, Donna, Kat, Opal and Ruth. Funeral services will be held Thursday, April 20 at 11a.m. from the chapel of Louie E. Jones Funeral Home, Rev. Eddie Joe Green officiating. Interment Roswell Cemetery. Family will receive friends Wednesday from 2 to 4 and 7 to 9p.m. Louie E. Jones Funeral Home, 59 North Main Street, Alpharetta BURDEN Funeral services for Mrs. Doris Burden of 2744 Gresham Rd., S.E., Atlanta, will be held Thursday, April 20, 1995 at 11:00 a.m. at Holy Hill Church of God in Christ, 959 Constitution Rd., S.E. Elder Moses Ray officiating, interment, . Southview Cemetery, Hamilton, Rd., LaGrange, Ga. The remains will lie in state at the church on the day of service from 9:00 a.m. until the hour of service. She is survived by her daugh- ' ter, Mr. and Mrs. Grady Clark (Mae) and a host of other relatives and friends. Visitation' Wednesday, April 19, 1995 from 7:00 p.m. until 8:00 p.m. at the above residence. The cortege will assemble at 10:00 a.m. on the day of service at the above residence. Goolsby Mortuary, 1375 Jonesboro Rd., S.E. 588-0128. BUTTREY William C. Buttrey, 48, of Norcross, GA, died , Tuesday, April 18, 1995 after a brief illness. Memorial services will be at 2:00 p.m. Thursday at Herschel McDaniel Funeral Home in Fairburn. A graduate from the University of GA, 1969, and a Sigma Chi Fraternity Alumni. He was employed 19 years by Southern Bell and AT&T. Surviving are his wife, Cynthia Lockhart Buttrey, two sons, William Brian Buttrey.of Kennesaw; Mason Chambers Buttrey, of Nor-cross; his mother, Bonnie Lee Buttrey, of Peachtree City; and the late Bill Francis Buttrey, one sister, Betty Ann Dietz, of Sharpsburg; and one brother, Robert Lee Buttrey, of Springfield, VA. He is loved and will be missed by all. Herschel McDaniel Funeral Home, Inc., Fairburn. 964-2281 BYERS Mr. Joe Byers, age 60 of Pleasant Grove Road, Cumming died Tuesday following a long illness. Survivors include wife, Geraldine Hunter Byers, Cumming; children, Alan and Tina Waldrop, Penny and Gary Millwood, Christie and Timmy Caine, all of Cumming; grandson, Truman Alan Joseph Millwood, Cumming; mother-in-law, Lucille Marie Hutchins, Cumming; brothers-in-law and sisters-in-law, Johnny and Dianne Hunter, Cumming; Willie and Lori Hunter, Wheeling, III; Betty Adams, Cumming; and a number of other relatives. Funeral services will be held Thursday, 2:00 P.M. April 20, 1995. Friendship Baptist Church. Rev. Spud Pruitt, Rev. Rex Byrd, Dr. Rupert Bramblett, Rev. Gerald Carnes officiating. Interment Friendship Baptist Church Cemetery. Remains are at Ingram Funeral Home, Cumming. CARMICHAEL Mr. Richard Marvin (Dick) Carmichael, the son of the late Mr. Eugene F. Scott and Janie Sorrow Carmichael, will be held Thursday, April 20, 1995, at 1:00 p.m. at Lilly Hill Baptist Church, 344 Robin St., Decatur, GA. Rev. Ronnie C.J. Cruel, pastor, Bishop C.E. White officiating. Interment, Kennedy Cemetery. The remains will lie in state at the church at 11:00 a.m. and not be viewed after the eulogy. A wake (tonight) at our chapel from 7:30-8:30 p.m. Family and friends will assemble at 1520 Commerce Dr., Apt. 2, Decatur, GA, at 12:00 noon. He is survived by 8 sons, 4 daughters, a host of grandchildren and great-grandchildren, 1 sister, 4 brothers, 3 sisters-in-laws, 1 brother-in-law, a host of nephews, cousins and other relatives and friends are invited to attend. Cox Bros., 524-5646. CAWTHON Mr. Walter C. Cawthon, 64 of Atlanta died Monday, April 17, 1995. Mr. Cawthon is survived by his wife, LaTrelle Cawthon, daughter, Beverly Cawthon, Ashville, NC; son, Mark Cawthon, Calera, Al; grandson, Clay Cawthon of Calera, Al; mother, Hattie Leiser, Daphne, Al; sister, Mary Virginia Mock, Pensacola, Fl; brother Robert Cawthon, Pascagoula, MS; nephew, Stephen Cawthon, Ft. Lauderdale, Fl. Memorial Services for Mr. Cawthon will be held Thursday, April 20 at 11:00am at Shallowford Presbyterian Church Chapel. In lieu of flowers contributions may be made to the American Cancer Society, 2200 Lake Blvd. NE, Atlanta, Ga 30319. Cremation Society of the South. 941-5352 t Funeral Notices CHISHOLM passed April 18, 1995. Her funeral will be an- . nounced by rvey-Williams Funeral Directors, 492 Larkin St. SW, 522-8454. Cart M. Williams. Director. DIXON Funeral services for Mr. Anthony Dixon, of 1245 Elizabeth Ave., SE, Thursday, 1:00 p.m. Murray Bros. Chapel, 502 Pryor St, SW. Rev. E.D. Jackson officiating. Interment Forest Lawn. Survivors are father, Mr. James Dixon, Jr.. fiance, Belinda Lee, son, Anthony Jequan Dixon, sister, Carolyn Dixon, brothers, Melvin Collins, Michael Dixon, Willie J. Williams, aunts, uncles, nephews, nieces, other relatives and friends. Murray Bros., 688-4680. DUREN Mrs. Virginia Carter Duren, of College Park, died April 15, 1995. Survived by a daughter; Christy D. Ellis, Hubbard, OH, sons; Allen Duren, Portland, IN, Anthony Duren, Acworth, 10 grandchildren, mother; Ethel H. Carter, For- act Park eictarc. Purh WhiMnflr InnAchftrfl ' Mary Baker, College Park, brother; Gene Carter, Forest Park. Memorial services will be held at 4 p.m. Thursday, April 20, 1995 from the residence, 3211 Spring St, College Park. AC. Hemperley & Sons. DURHAM Funeral services for Mr. Freddie Lewis Durham (Scooby-Doo), of 6540 Kimberly Mill Rd., will be held Thursday, April 20, 1995 at Greater Liberty Hill Baptist Church, 1340 Blackoak , Drive, SE. Remains will lie in state from 11:00 a m. until the hour of service. The Rev. J.I. Mc- . Crary, Sr., pastor, officiating. Interment Forest Lawn Cemetery. Wake, Wednesday evening April 19, 1995, 8:30-9:30 p.m. Survived by . wife, Essie Marie Durham, son, Freddie L Dur-" ham, Jr., daughters, Kimberly and Tammy Durham, step-son, Antoine Jones, mother, Mrs. Ida Mae Durham, sisters, Gladys Wesley, Vemell E. Durham, Helen D. Simons, and Gloria D. Kelly, and a host of other relatives and friends: Cortege will assemble at the residence at 1100 a.m. In lieu of flowers, please send contributions to Greater Liberty Hill Baptist Church Youth Department Sellers Bros., Inc. Mrs. Herbert S.(Ruth Hill) Estes, age 87,'a na-' tive of Atlanta, died April 18, 1995. She was a lifetime member of Park Street United Methodist Church, a member of the Kidd Class for 55 years, chairman of the Viola Aiken Circle for many years and a worker in many other departments at the church. Mrs. Estes was a retired teacher of children at the J.C. Harris School for 30 years, and she has traveled to many other countries. Survived by brother, Robert L. (Frances) Hill of McDonough, and; several nieces and nephews. Funeral services 11 AM Thursday April 20th at the chapel of Howard L. Carmichael & Sons, East Point Rev. Parke Renshaw officiating. Interment Greenwood Cemetery. The family will receive friends at the funeral home on Wed. 3-6 PM. ESTES SFC. (Ret.) Joseph R. Estes, Jr., of Conley, passed away April 15, 1995. He served in the US Army during WWII a veteran of D. Day also Korea and Vietnam covering a 30 year career. He received the following medals: Army of Occupational Medal (Japan), Korean Service Medal, UN Service Medal, Good Conduct Medal (5th Award), National De- . fense Service Medal, Vietnam Service, and ' Vietnam Campaign Medal. He is survived by wife, Finny Estes, three daughters, Mr. and Mrs. Carl (Finny) Knight, Canton; Mr. and Mrs. Jack (JoAnn) Wilson, Fayetteville; Mr. and Mrs. Bill (Shari) Kenimer, Covington; five sons, Mr. and Mrs. Roland Estes, Sierra Vista, AZ; Mr. ' John Estes, DeBary, Fla; Mr. and Mrs. Doug Estes, Atlanta; Mr. and Mrs. Robert Estes, Cumming; Mr. Mike Estes, Roswell; fifteen grandchildren, two great-grandchildren, five' sisters, Ruthmae Dunaway, Barbara Gibson, Lula Cunliffe, Pauline Hall, and Mary Ellen Carter, Dorothy Burton, four brothers, Richard Estes, Verlon Estes,' Eugene Estes, Jimmy Estes, sister-in-law, Dottie Estes. Funeral services will be held Thursday, April 20, at 9a.m. from Wards Fairview Chapel, Chap. Lydell Stikes officiating. Interment Forest Hills with full military honors. The family will receive friends Wednesday from 6 to 9p.m. Hons A ward, inc. Fairvmw Chapel. 474-1231 1 FEW Mr. Joseph Henry Few passed in Sparta, GA, April 16, 1995, after an extended illness. He was a former resident of 1725 Richland Road, Atlanta, GA. Funeral services will be 'held Thursday, April 20, 1995, at 12:00 noon at Griggs Chapel A.M.E. Church, in Jasper County. The pastor, Rev. James McCray will officiate. The family will assemble at 11.00 a.m. at the home of Mrs. Lovenia Few, of 829 Hillsboro Rd., Eatonton, GA. The body will lie in state at the church at 11:00 a.m. until hour of service. Survivors are one brother, Mr. Raymond Few, of Eatonton, Ga; two sisters-in-laws, several nieces, nephews and cousins. Interment, Lincoln Cemetery, Atlanta, GA. Catchings Funeral Home, Monticello, Ga. FLOWERS Infant Charles Walter Flowers of 1097 Neal Place, N.W. Atlanta, Georgia 30314 passed April 16, 1995. Funeral arrangements announced later. Sellers Bros., Inc. , . GIBBY Mr. Jerry Neal Gibby, Sr., age 59 of Stone Mountain, Ga died April 18, 1995. Survivors and funeral arrangements will be announced later by Tom M. Wages Funeral Service, Inc. Snellville. 979-3200 GRAY Mr. Felix Gray, Jr., of 1832 Kimberly Road, SW; the husband of Mrs. Helen Gray, passed away Tuesday, April 18, 1995. His services will be announced by Donald Trimble Mortuary, Inc., 1876 Second Avenue, 371-0772-3. HARRIS Mr. William (Oscar) Harris, age 72 of 3034 South St., Dallas, GA., passed away suddenly; April 18, 1995. Survivors include 3 sisters, Mrs. Opal Barnes, Mrs. Mary Hicks, Mrs. Lois Hicks all of Dallas; and a special life long friend, Ms. Ha Gunnell, Dallas, Many nieces and nephews. Funeral services will be conducted 2 o'clock p.m. Thursday, April 20 at the Jeff Eberhart Funeral Home Chapel. Interment Dallas Memory Gardens. Rev. Gene Rainwater officiating. Jeff Eberhart Funeral Home, 445-4496 .'' HARRISON Funeral services for Antonio Harrison, age 14, of 2479 Abner Terrace, Apt 336, will be held Thursday, April 20, 1995, at 2:00 p.m. at First Shady Grove Baptist Church, 2100 Abner Place. Rev. Jarius Dorsey officiating. The rer mains will be placed in state at the church at 11:00 a.m. until the hour of service. Interment, Crestlawn Cemetery. Survivors are mother, Mrs. Patricia Ann Harrison, father, Mr. Tommy Williams, step-father, Mr. Bobby Nevett, his loving sisters, Shawanda Harrison, Latia Harrison, and Chalonaga Harrison, two brothers, Johnathon Broom and Eddie Nevett, grand- ' mother, Mrs. Shirley Wilson, uncles, Edward, . Jeffery, and Quinton Wilson, aunt, Debra Jack-" -son and a host of nieces, nephews, other relatives and friends. Family arid friends will assemble at the residence at 1:00 p.m. Stocks Funeral Home, Kirkwood Chapel, Inc., 377-0458-9. Continued on Pajge C7 I

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