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I'-" f - r MEMPHIS TUESDAY OCTOBER 21 1986 THE COMMERCIAL APPEAL I ! c tajM pi A? 81s J ARKANSAS HELENA — Mrs Sevilla Lage 74 widow of Julius Lage died Saturday morning at Helena Hospital Graveside services will be in 10 am today in Maple Hill Cemetery Citizens Funeral Home of West Helena has charge She leaves a sister Mrs Har-riette Johnson of Davenport Iowa LEPANTO — Mrs Susan Vina Rap-er 85 widow of George Raper died yesterday at Methodist Hospital in Jonesboro Graveside services will be at 1 pm tomorrow om Brown's Cemetery in Oil Trough Murphy Funeral Home has charge Mrs Raper was a member of First Baptist Church of Le panto She leaves four daughters Mrs Maxine Qualls and Mrs Louise Cates both of Trumann and Mrs Wanda Holmes and Mrs Pearline Adams both of Lepanto three sons Bill Brandenburg of Houston Texas Mick Raper of New- Houston Texas Mick Raper of Newport and Nolan Raper of Burlington Iowa a sister Mrs Gladys Pilgrim of Lepanto three brothers Shelby Pennington of Jonesboro Elgin Pennington of Searcy and Theodore Pennington of Morning Sun Ind 16 grandchildren and 20 great-grandchildren LITTLE ROCK — James T Holley 71 retired chairman of the board of Colonial Baking Co died Saturday - 11 at Little Rock Hospital Services wii be at 11 am today at Griffin Leg- Sett Healey & Roth Funeral Home lr Holley was a member of Pleasant Valley Church of Christ He leaves his wife Mrs Effle Broadway Holley a daughter Mrs Diane Holley Campbell of Fort Smith a son James T Holley Jr of Little Rock a sister Mrs Frances Holley Hinton of Jackson Tenn and five grand- children The family requests that memorials be sent to Arkansas Cancer Research Center or Pleasant Valley Church of Christ OSCEOLA — Sam Lewis 80 retired farmer died Wednesday at Osceola Memorial Hospital Services were yesterday at ML Zion Missionary Baptist Church with burial in Clarkedale Wilson Funeral Service had charge He leaves a daughter Mrs Renee Mae Forman of Detroit three sons A V Lewis of Memphis Albert Lewis of Fort Wayne Ind and Charles Lewis of Lansing Mich a sister Mrs Thelma Ross of West Memphis two brothers L B Lewis and Bob Lewis both of Earle 39 grandchildren and 35 greatgrandchildren MISSISSIPPI ABERDEEN — John Carl Gelling 103 retired farmer died Sunday at his home Services will be at 2 pm tomorrow at Lann Memorial Funeral Home with burial in Oddfellows Rest Cemetery He leaves four daughters Mrs Charlotte Young of Aberdeen Mrs Katherine Coleman of Roxboro NC Mrs Helen Pearce of Brookland and Mrs Alice Johnson of Dallas 13 grandchildren and 12 great-grandchildren The family requests any memorials be sent to the charity of the donor’s choice BAY SAINT LOUIS — J Hoyt Johnson 72 retired plant supervisor of 20 years for B M Hart Corp in Clarksdale died early yesterday morning in Bay Saint Louis Services will be at 10 am today at Dia- mondhead Baptist Church in Bay a whit ' Saint Louis of which he was a deacon with additional services at 10 am tomorrow at Center Grove Baptist Church in Maben Burial will be in Center Grove Baptist Church Cemetery Riemann Funeral Home has charge He leaves his wife Mrs Pearline A Johnson two daughters Mrs Doris J Carpenter of Jackson and Mrs LouAnn Powell of St Paul Minn three sons Hoyte C Johnson and Exton R Johnson both of Gulfport and Bobby Joe Johnson of St Louis three sisters Mrs Madge O'Brien and Mrs Sybol Monts both of Starkville and Mrs Inez Both-well of Woodland Calif four brothers Tommy Johnson and Dot Johnson both of Starkville Dallas Johnson of Albuquerque NM and Allen Johnson of Atlanta 14 grandchildren and a great-grandchild COFFEEVILLE — Benton Wayne Armstrong 58 self-employed contractor died Sunday at Memphis Veterans Medical Center Graveside services will be at 2 pm today in Broom Cemetery near Coffee-' ville Garner-Harper Funeral Home of Grenada has charge He leaves a daughter Mrs Rita A Gray of Pope i his mother Mrs Thelma Holland ! Howell of Coffeeville two sisters Mrs Elaine Smith of Jackson and Mrs Charlotte Hyneman of Grenada and two grandchildren COLDWATER — John Oille Rowell 53 died yesterday at Baptist Hospital in Memphis after a long illness M J Edwards & Sons Funeral Home of Memphis has charge Mr Rowell was a member of New Zion Church of Christ He leaves five daughters Mrs Eatrlcia Turnage of Vaughan and Mrs Shirley Bernice Kelly Miss Diane Rowell Miss Ollie Jean Rowell and Miss Gloria Rowell three sons John Eddie Rowell Vivian Rowell and Matthew Rowell all of Chicago his mother Ollie Lee Rowell of Coldwater two sisters Miss Agnes Rowell and Mrs Lou Carter both of Harvey 111 three brothers J W Rowell of Chicago Levant Rowell of Coldwater and James Rowell of Philipp and several grandchildren DURANT — Dennis Alton Lane 50 of Louisville Ky formerly of Durant retired bus factory employee died Saturday at Humana Southwest Hospital in Louisville Services will be at 3 pm today at Rosebloom Church of the Nazarene near Cas-cllla with burial in Smith Cemetery Southern Funeral Home has charge He leaves his wife Mrs Sheila Kaye Lane a daughter Mrs Sheila Ellison of Pearl three sons Bobby Keith Lane of Korea Dal Lee Lane of Spain and Alton Lane of Atmore Ala a stepdaughter Miss Mary Lo-chirco and a stepson Pat Lochirco both of Louisville his mother Mrs HARD OF HEARING? We Can Help Arnold Hearing Aid 726-0044 Ursula Lane and a sister Mrs Brenda Ezell both of Jackson two brothers Gary Allen Lane and Jimmy P Lane both of Louisville and two grandchildren GREENVILLE — Johnny George Wigley 33 self-employed died Sunday at Delta Medical Center Services will be at 2 pm tomorrow at Mortimer-National Funeral Home with burial in Greenville City Cemetery Mr Wigley was a communicant of Si Joseph Catholic Church He attended Mississippi Delta College and Delta State university He was also a member of the National Guard He leaves his mother Mrs Mozelle Wigley two sisters Mrs Doris Hancock of Greenville and Mrs Dorothy Pawley of Gratz Ky and his grandmother Mrs Leila Burkhalter of Greenville GRENADA — Mrs Beulah Malone Dunn 84 widow of Robert Dunn died yesterday at Grenada Lake Medical Center Services will be at 2 pm today at National Funeral Home with burial in Spotter Cemetery in Grenada County She leaves a niece Mrs Oleda Brasher of Grenada and a nephew Nelson Malone of Greens HOUSTON — Charles Bailey Justice 41 died Sunday afternoon at North Mississippi Medical Center in Tupelo Services will be at 2 pm today at Houston Funeral Home with burial Rhodes Chapel Cemetery Mr Justice was a Vietnam War veteran He leaves five sisters Mrs Olivia Brannon and Mrs Thelma Roberts both of Grenada Mrs Vera Kimbrough of Sledge Mrs Lois Cothran of Tylertown and Mrs Cleo Moore of Pontotoc and three brothers Wayne Justice and Dave Justice bout of Houston and Gene Justice of Greenville LELAND — Mrs Helen Maria Michel Shepherd 80 died Friday at Villa Mercy Nursing Home in Daphne Ala Services will be at 10 am today at Leland United Methodist Church with burial in Leland-Stonevllle Cemetery Boone Funeral Home has charge She leaves a daughter Mrs Sylvia Shepherd Klrksey of Saraland Ala a brother Fred Michel of Pompano Beach Fla and two grandsons OXFORD — Mrs Della Boles 81 wife of Jim Boles died Thursday at Oxford-Lafayette Medical Center Services will be at 2 pm tomorrow at East Oxford Pentecostal Apostolic Church where she was a member of the Mother's Board with burial in Oxford Memorial Cemetery Hodges Funeral Home has charge She also leaves seven daughters Mrs Katie Wells and Mrs Zula Goolsby both of Taylor Mrs Queen Esther Perry and Mrs Queen Elizabeth Morse both of Flint Mich Mrs Louise Lynch and Mrs Carrie Marion both of Akron Ohio and Mrs Queen Annie Barnes of Grand Rapids Mich six sons Lee Russell i and John O Parhams both of Taylor James Boles of Toccopola - ivilleJimHen- Nlmrod Boles of Nashville ry Boles of Flint and Ernest Lee Ward of Akron two sisters Mrs Ha Luster and Mrs Nora Collins both of Akron 90 grandchildren and 75 great-grandchildren SENATOBIA — Damon Marshall 18 of Memphis died yesterday morning at his home C O Pate Funeral Home has charge Mr Marshall was a member of Si Peter's Baptist Church He leaves his mother Mrs Lucille Marshall of Memphis two brothers Terelle Marshall and Marcus Marshall and his grandmother Mrs Lonnie Marshall all of Senatobia and his great-grandparents Mr and Mrs Jessie Allen of West Memphis WALNUT — Edward Lee Chunn 52 butcher at Gardner Supermarket in Corinth died Sunday at his home Services will be at 3 pm today at Harmony Baptist Church of which he was a member with bur ial in Campground Cemetery Rip-al 1 ley Funeral Home has charge He leaves his wife Mrs Ruby Chunn a daughter Mrs Ellen Matlock of Selmer Tenn a sister Mrs Loretta Easley of New Albany a brother John Chunn of Hickory Flat and three grandchildren WEST POINT — Herbert Wilson Bauch 82 retired merchant died yesterday morning at Singing River Hospital in Pascagoula Graveside Masonic services will be at 2 pm tomorrow in Greenwood Cemetery in West Point Nowell-Robinson Funeral Home has charge He leaves a daughter Mrs John C ‘Ann Ar-ledge III of Gautier two brothers Homer Bauch of Hemet Calif and Wayne Bauch of Houston Mo and six grandchildren Man charged with murder FORREST CITY Ark — A first-degree battery charge against a Hughes man was changed to first-degree murder yesterday after the victim died Robert Lee Jones 40 of Hughes was bound over to St Francis County Circuit Court where a bond of $10000 was set said Municipal Court Clerk Brenda Lieblong A pretrial date has been set for Nov 10 Ms Lieblong said Jones is charged with the death of Thomas Adams 48 also of Hughes who died of three gunshot wounds yesterday at the Regional Medical Center at Memphis said Dep Pros A tty Fletcher Long Jr Long said the two had an argument about 9 pm Saturday in downtown Hughes and Jones is accused of shooting Adams with a 22-caliber gun Jones was taken into custody Saturday and charged with first-degree battery 3 (MUG FOR YOU N YOUR HOME UPJOHN & HEALTHCARE SERVICE '767-6767 Woman dies in crash Special to The Commercial Appeal NEW ALBANY Miss — Jewel Maxine Eaker of New Albany was killed at 10:40 am yesterday when her car pulled in front of a state gravel truck at Mississippi IS ana Ingomar Road five miles south of here authorities said Union County medical examiner Randy Mitchell said Mrs Eaker was on Ingomar and drove across Mississippi IS in front of the gravel truck She was not wearing a seatbelt No charges will be placed against the truck driver whose identity he did not have Mitchell said Highway Patrolman Tommy Gadd who Investigated the case could not be reached Services for Mrs Eaker 61 wife of George Eaker will be at 2 pm tomorrow at United Funeral Service with burial in Ecru Cemetery Mrs Eaker was a member of Fredonia Baptist Church She also leaves Mr and Mrs Leslie New Albany three sisters Mrs Irene Murrah of New Albany Mrs Etoye Baker of Gainesville Ga and Mrs Janie Gunter of Tupelo and two brothers Billy Wood of New Albany and Bobby Wood of Nashville Tenn Services today for B J Lewis Special to The Commercial Appeal MARKS Miss — Services will be today for Bobby Joe Lewis 45 as found dead Sunday in who was the bedroom of his home about two miles west of Marks officials said There was a gunshot wound Boliver County medical examiner J W Jenkins said a 22-cal iber rifle was found by his body olli which was sent to Bolivar County Hospital for an autopsy Ru-suits will be available Thursday or Friday Jenkins said “Our Investigation is continuing” he said “we have not ruled out foul play” Services will be at 2 pm today at Kimbro Funeral Home with burial in Marks Cemetery Mr Lewis was a member of Marks Presbyterian Church He leaves his wife Mrs Joan Inez Lewis a daughter Mrs Dana Bridges and a brother Gary Lewis both of Marks a sister Mrs Martha Jean Nolan of Tunica and two grandchildren MEMPHIS DEATHS Jot C Banks M of 774 Cherokee William D Bannatt II of Flthar Ark retired raal ostata brokor Mrs DoH Brook M of 291 Dalta Road widow of Johnny Brook Mr Eva M Brown of Kimbrough Towort formar omployaa of Jullu Low! widow of Norton C Brown Portor Cartor Jr of 2509 Kite hum Apt 1 ratlrad omployaa of Wall Fargo Marlon Laroy Chadwick 5A of Hath Ark malntonanca man for Waif Mam-phi Potrol - William Lawranco Chunn 1 of Woit Memphis truck driver for B and L Trailer Gilbert J Condon of 1550 North Parkway retired from lllinol Central Railroad Edward C Davit 54 of 1237 Knox engineer for C AC Construction Co Mr Anna Jean Davott 44 of Bartlett widow of O L 'Lofty' Davolt Joseph Durham 44 of Memphis Ransom Rex Fulbrlght II of West Memphis ratlrad engineer for Lowen-steln'i Miss Emma Paulina Funk 9t of Mam- Klt ratlrad employee of Lowenstaln's i jpartmont Store Josio Harrison 71 of 1005 Wellington Apt 5 retired employee of Wonder Bread Jimmy 'Coot' Herndon 09 of 3152 Nathan road department employee for the Shelby County Penal Farm Ronnie J Hobbs 23 of 4205 McCain Mrs Frankie B Humphreys 91 of 0392 Dexter Road in Cordova widow of James Earl Humphreys John W 'Shogun' Joiner 47 of 144 Galveston employee of Wall Enterprises Ltd Mrs Annie Lenard 5 of 54 Gaorgo Road widow of Warren Lenard Mrs Earllna McKInnay 9 of 2 Williams wife of Molvln McKInnay Frank Roach of lt3 Plsgah Road retired employee of Facomato Corp In Collierville Mrs Dorothy Odell Voli of Mom- phis wife of Joseph L Voli Mrs Elisabeth Gary Wada 75 of 970 North Barksdale wife of T Parry Wade Humphrey Wallar 91 of 771 Klpploy -SOUTH DEATHS TENNESSEE BEMIS - Ray Calvin Eads 1 retired plumber HUMBOLDT — Mrs Sarah Frances Shepherd 2 wife of Douglas E Shepherd JACKSON - Larry Don Welch 41 vice president of sales and marketing for Murray Guard Co LaGRANGE — Leonard Newsom Pierce 79 retired carpenter MARTIN — Raymond M Dawson S3 retired oollca officer McKENZIE — James M Arnold 1 ( todlan In the McKensio school system Jerry Lea Stafford 31 SELMER - Robert L Matlock 77 retired sawmill laborer Beautiful Mausoleum Entombment al the same priee as ordinary ground burial? Ye FOREST HILL Call for information today! (‘Nil ) 382-1 INN) 3 It trial inn tn tii 23-13 K KWT 2LI4I Bhillpa ltd UII-TO I Mi I S Health department expects more cuts LITTLE ROCK (AP) — The state Department of Health faces more cutbacks in personnel unless there is a general tax increase or other new sources of funding director Ben Saltzman said yesterday The problem is a lack of funds to maintain adequate personnel to man the department's health programs Saltzman said The department employs about 1550 people statewide to maintain 96 health units in 75 counties and administer 11 management areas About 80 percent of the department's budget from state funding — $27 million in fiscal year 1987 — is earmarked for personnel who run the department's immunization home health care environmental protection and other programs statewide he said Because of state funding cuts totaling nearly $11 million during fiscal 1986 Saltzman said the Health Department laid off 21 people and froze 52 positions “across the board: nurses clerks sanitarians people who provide the services generally No charges Hied in fatal shooting of Blytheville man CARUTHERSVILLE Mo —Too little evidence was found tp file charges against a man arrested in connection with the shooting Sunday of a 39-year-old Blytheville man officials said Charles Sigmin died about 3 am after being shot several times here at the home of the man who was arrested said Police Chief Norman Howell The suspect who was not identified was released yesterday and not charged pending further investigation Howell said The man was taken into custody at the scene but Howell said Pemiscot County Pros Atty Mike Hazel decided not to file charges Services for Mr Sigmin an employee of Southwestern Bell Telephone Co will be at 2 pm today at Cobb Funeral Home in Blytheville with burial in Elmwood Cemetery there He leaves a daughter Miss Christie Ann Sigmin of La-Grange Ga and his parents Mr and Mrs Ernest Sigmin of Blytheville Recall issue called false ASHDOWN Ark (AP) — The chairman of the Amendment 66 campaign responding to criticism of the proposal said yesterday the state constitution includes a provision for the removal of corrupt county officials Amendment 66 which will appear on the Nov 4 general election ballot would give elected county officials four-year terms In a press release Steve Ball-reich chairman of the Arkansas "Keep Two” Committee said Amendment 66 has no provision to allow voters to recall potentially bad or corrupt officials But Hoye Horn Little River county judge and chairman of the Amendment 66 camt said in a release that Article 7 Section 27 of the Arkansas Constitution gives a circuit court the jurisdiction to remove any county or township officer from office for Incompetency corrup-things tion and other 1 “Mr Ballreich’s secret campaign whose supporters or committee members have never been disclosed has degenerated to absolute untruths” Horn said Death blamed on exposure LAUREL Miss (AP) — Jones County Coroner Henry Dobson said yesterday a 39-year-old former National Guardsman probably died of exposure Dobson who said no foul play was suspected identified the victim as Malcolm McDaniel of Quitman The body was found near Lake Bogue Homa by a teenager on a squirrel hunt and the man apparently had been dead nine to ten months Dobson said the skeletal mains were found "in a ition on the grou: ween the lake and the highway” The lake is about five miles east of Laurel on US 84 & FIAKRAI HOMES ft CEMETERIES speaking for the entire state in public health “By attrition we have not hired people to fill those positions because we cannot afford it” he said Saltzman said the department could face an projected $1 million deficit in fiscal 1987 About half of the department's funds are from federal appropriations and Saltzman said he also was concerned about possible federal budget cuts The problem is not being unable to hire new people or fund pay increases according to Saltzman "Hie main problem is we don't have enough money to maintain the people we presently have here Our budget is pretty tight at the present time If we have any more cuts in state funding then yes we will have to cut back” he said Saitwnan said the department would go to the Legislature seeking financial help Department officials also would consult with state lawmakers about the possibility of Increasing fees for some services it provides he said The department provides a number of services for which increases in fees could at least be considered including charges for laboratory services and the family planning program the director said Laboratory services are particularly strained and in need of expansion because the department's work in studying the influence of pesticides on the state's water supply and the general environment he said ID MlDHIljirtDHI Carl if Thanks Out AcftvHy Iff— Car l nt— kwHraom asi Sonrtcm locarno fnSorvleo Mi -Lanai N Ht—Soo&r t SjikJIlHMWflAalHllMfl ACItVsRgSRHmMRS m-raxM DEATH NOTICES M Edwards a Son 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