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THE BAYTOWN SUN Thursday. August 20, 1987 3-A Deaths and funerals M MABIA ISPAMOi 41 HABIA ESPANOl LEO BRYANT Services/or Leo Milton Bryant, 66, of Bayiown are set for 10 a.m. Friday ut Earihmun Funeral chapel with the Rev. E. Richard Steel o//iciating. Bryant died Wednesday at a Houston hospital. He wus u retired truck driver /or Hnderli Oil Co. Survivors include his wi/e. Mavis Rryurii. a dau^hier, Janet Bryant C onnealy and his rtiolht'r, Gertrude Bryum, all of BayioWn; u sister, Dorothy M'tilling of Mtutvd; and three Rrundchildren. Kristi, Ross and Kt>r: Phillips, all o/ Buytown. Burial will be at Cedurirresi Cemetery. Fulltieurcrs will be Jimmy Bryant, Li/sent," Bryuni. Jot 1 Bryant. Herschcl Puyrie, Dr. M.K. Hunter and Eddie Capp\. Services are under the direction o/ Earthman Funeral Home. LEWIS DENVER CITY — Graveside services/or John Rudolph Lewis, 84, of Dayton are set /or 2 p.m. Friday at Denver City Memorial Park in Denver City, Texas. Lewis died Wednesday in a Houston hospital. He is survived by his granddaughters, .4dra Ann Fulmer of Port /Arthur and Ruth Ann Scott of Orfa; and grandsons, John C. Heliums o/ Dayton and Boyd Matthew IIJ o/ Hobbs, N.M. Services are under the direction o/ •Earihmun Funeral Home in Bayiown. STONE Services for the Rev. James M. Stone, 78, of Granger/and were held ui 10 a.m. Thursday ui the Meicalf Guardian Chapel in Conroe with the Revs. W.F. Sides and Billy Woods officiating. Rev. Stone died Monday in u Houston hospital. He wus an ordained minister wilh the American Baptist .Association and a missionary in .Arkansas. He is survived by his wi/e, Quinnie Stone of Grangerland; a son and daughter-in-law, Jerrv and Fuye Stone of Buytown; two daughters and one son-in-law. Beny and Wayne Foster o/ Houston und .Alice Thomas a/ Conroe; two brothers, George P. Stone and Paul E. Stone, both of Bate.svi/le, .Ark.; end two sisters. Fay Johnson o/ Baiesville, .Ark. and Allie Cluncy of San Diego, Calif. Twelve grandchildren and eight greai-grandchildreri also survive. Burial was to be at Brookside Cemetery. Pallbearers were Jimmy Stone, Airman Jst Class Grant Foster, Steve Schwartz., James Coon, Rich DeMar and Mark Owens. Honorary pallbearers were Mark Trice, Scott Dickson, Doug Davis and Charles Conrad. Services were under the direction of Metcal/ Funeral Directors. BAUGHMAN Services for Genette Baughman, 64, o/ Dayton Lakes are set for 2 p.m. Friday at Earthman Funeral chapel with the Revs. H.E. Zimmerman und Danny Parker o/jiciating. Mrs. Baughman died Tuesday at a Bayiown hospital. Survivors include her husband. Bill Buughmun and a son, VV'.H. "Sonny" Baughman, both o/ Dayton Lukes; three daughters, Judy Dunklin of Livingston, Eva Nell loler of Gluclewuier and Rita Cheney of Edna; a brother, Bobby Lee Greer o/ Dallas; and three sisters, her twin sister Generiu Jacobs of Bay-town, Meldu Al/ord of Buytown and Juanity Dodd o/ Livingston. Fourteen grandchildren und (0 sreat-grandchildren also survive. Burial will beat Memory Gardens. Pallbearers will be Larry Budget!, Devin .Adams, Bo Toler. Rick Toler, Bill Baughman und Ted Dodd. Honorary pallbearers will be Dur- vts Strong. Jo Lash and Charles Jucobs. Services are under the direction of Eanhman Funeral Home. THOMAS Services for Leroy Thomas, 53, of Bayiown are scheduled for 11 a.m. Saturday at Unity Bapiisi Church in Crosby with the Rev. Henry Thomas o//iciaiing. Thomas died Monday in a Houston hospital. He was u 40-year resident of ihe area and an usher in the Unity Baptisi Church. He is survived by his wi/e, Dorothy John Thomas of Baytown; two sons and one daughter-in-law, Leroy Thomas Jr. and Harold and Erma Thomus, all of Baytown; three stepdaughters, Lydia and Linda Sherman of Baytown and Marie Nichols Thomas of Crosby; his mother, Lelia Thomus of Baytown; one brother, Ronnie VV. Thomas of Bayiown; and two sisters, Lowberih Desn'n and Mary Harris, boih of Bayiown. Five grandchildren also survive. A wake will be held from 7 to 9 p.m. Friday at Johnson and Fra;ier Funeral Home. Burial will be at Evergreen Cemetery in Crosby. Services are under the direction of Johnson and Fra^ier Funeral Home in Crosby, 1 ^^w-»^^^S»-.*-*^^^^^fc*^^ w *^^^W^^^ 1 ^^ I *S^^*-«k'W* Tw im'! 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Texas 7752U Member 5IPC Oversight mavbe crash cause Pilot error reports continue WASHINGTON <AP> - indications that the crev. of Northwest Airlines Flight 255 ignored a basic but crucial takeoff procedure have intensified concern about an industry already shaken by mystifying pilot mistakes on other recent flights Federal investigators revealed Wednesday that the pilots of the Northwest jetliner that crashed Sunday near Detroit may not have lowered the Jet's flaps to takeoff position, a critical maneuver required to give the plane proper lift The setting of the flaps prior to takeoff is fundamental to flying and considered by pilots as one of three "killer items" for which the consequences can easily be catastrophic "If they did it, it's a monumental thing." said Jim Mclntyre. a veteran TWA pilot and chairman of the professional standards committee o( the Air Line Pilots Association Me Inly re and other pilots interviewed expressed disbelief that such an oversight could have occurred. "If it did happen it has to have been some distraction or other manifestation or a combination of factors." the pilot said. Allan McArtor. the new head of the Federal Aviation Administration, said Wednesday night that if the early indications hold true they will reinforce his call for a thorough review of pilot training and on-board procedures "1 think we've seen evidence over the summer weeks times when you would question whether >a plane's* crew was as vigilant as it might have been." McArtor said in an interview. 3'he airlines and the professional pilot community have been trying to explain a series of similar seemingly inexplicable human errors in jetliner cockpits through much of the summer, including two in which disaster was only narrowly averted. Jn early July a Delta Air Lines crew apparently put the wrong coordinates into a navigational computer prior to a flight across the Atlantic, strayed 60 miles off course and came within 100 feet of;colliding with another jetliner. .Multilingual officers reduce response time JIOUSTON I AIM -- Multilingual complications no longer trouble the 4.400-person Houston police force since installation of a )iew system that provides an crpergency dispatcher with the immediate location and availability of officers who are fluent in a do7.cn different languages. buring its first month of op- erfetion, the system trimmed more than a minute from receipt of«an emergency call to arrival at! the site. It also reduced the tithe spent in early investigation, 'compilation of pertinent details and determination of additional assistance. A week earlier another Delta pilot mistakenly flipped the wrong switches and turned off both engines during a flight off the California coast and came within GOO feet of ditching his plane in the Pacific. There also have been pilots who landed on the wrong runway in Boston, on a closed runway in Denver, at the wrong airport in Kentucky and almost with a plane's landing gear still up in London. McArtor, in remarks Wednesday at a meeting of the Air Line Pilots Association, reiterated his plans for a "top to bottom review" of pilot training in the coming months He told the pilots: "We must return to the basics ... in a word, our professionalism." Mclntyre contends that often what seems to be a human error also involves a "system breakdown" or design problem. Of the Delta captain who flipped the wrong switches and shut off his engines. 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