The Baytown Sun from Baytown, Texas on August 24, 1987 · Page 3
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August 24, 1987

The Baytown Sun from Baytown, Texas · Page 3

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THE BAYTOWN SUN Monday. August 24. 1987 3-A Deaths and funerals DUGAT OLD RIVER — Services for Morris O'Brien Dugut, 66, of Old River will be held ai 10 a.m. Tuesday ui Sterling Chapel in Dayion with the Rev. O.E. Cower o//icialing. Diigui, a li/elong residem of Old River, died Sunday ui his residence. He was a member of South Dayion Baptist Church and was a World War II Army veteran. He is survived by two sons, Morris Dugut of Bastrop and Dan Dugat Phillips of Splendora; a daughter, Doris Conley of Houston; a brother, Leonard Dugut of Cove; two sisters, Lovce Clemens of Old River and Thelmu Dugat of Buyiown; and 10 grandchildren. Burial wifl be at Reeves Cemetery in Old River. Services are under the direction o/ Sterling Funeral Home o/ Dayton. PHILLIP KYLE JOHNSON Servico far Phillip Kylt' Johnson. 20. o,l Baytown arc. scheduled /or 4 ft. in. Monday ut Navarre's Paul L. Let' Chupcl. Johnvm du'd Suliiriiuv ul ha 'iiuiiu-fS home in CliMr l.akt 1 A t'liiityv will tx' vi von bv hi* '.I'niiK 1 ', Kafn 1 '! Harlun Johnson. umf ii ri'uii.'<u: r>\ his Iru'rni, IVjtulu Lao llr >»o"> u liU'ii'tr.c rfSidi'MI ui jnhf'iMm vi.! I "lour | jko. /uihfr, (»o r - i;.t';. .'< i h 'TMir iif Hi* ; !<> n, r,, v.runf'- »:M!|U'T. \lar\ I'lnfim of HIMTH', ami -. Mi 1 ?-, ami l>ri,«ihi'M.in-lu» , \fijr;> jr;<! .l'.'i;>n* iilt'u\i>n ami Kufcn iirui IVm J Ui k i i . jli (» ? H j ; ;.iw n D'Alesnndro dies at age 84 KALTIMC'WK (AJ-" Thomas !>'Ak-s;iniiru Jr.. a thrce-u-rm niiiyor u ho wu.s known as "Tom- tn) " to I'lX'sidents Franklin l^'ist'Virlt, Harry Truman and John Kennedy, died Sunday He The Democrat also served as a cily councilman and five-term congressman As mayor from 19-47 to 1959, 1) Alesandro presided over a period of vast physical improvements to Baltimore An airport was opened outside the city during his tenure, and the Baltimore Orioles returned to 'he major leagues NKW YORK (AIM Richard Harris, a maga/ine writer who also wrote books on politics and the judicial system, fell to his death from his 12lh-floor Upper West Side apartment Sunday He was til The death was a suicide, police said. Harris wrote articles about politics and the law for The New Yorker magazine in the 1960s and 1970s. Among his books were "The Real Voice." about Sen. Ksies Kefauver's battles the drug industry. He also wrote "Justice: Crisis of Law. Order F r e e d o m in America.'' ••Freedom Spent" and "Decision," about the Senate's failure to confirm President Nixon's nomination of G. Harrold carswell to the Supreme Court. He wrote two thrillers, "Honor Bound" and "Enemies." with The and Drug Alcohol/Emotional Problem? Call Humana Hospital Raylown 4-CHANGE (424-2643) 24-hour information line Pallbearers will be Armor McManus, John Hightower, David Trevino and Jess Navarre. Burial will be at Memory Gardens. The family requests that donations be made to the AIDS Foundation of Houston/McCardory House, 3927 Essex Lane, Houston, Texas 77027. Arrangements are under the direction of Navarre's Paul U. Lee Funeral Home. HOFFPAU1R POINT BLANK — Services /or Lola Agnes Ho//pauir, 83, o/ Point Blank were scheduled /or 3 p.m. Monday ut Cochran Funeral Home in Livingston with the Rev. Johnnv Biiiier oj/itiaiinj-. Mrs. Ho//puuir, a former longtime resident of Baytown. died Saturday in a Huntsville nursing home. She was u member o/ the Baptist Temple o/ Baytown. She is survived by her husband, Ephriam Ho//pnuir o/ Point Blank; two sons, Howard Ho//puuir o/ San Antonio and Hayden Parsley o/ Sun Pedro, Calif.; two brothers, Morris Kelley o/ Lake Churies, La. and Charles Kelley o/ Luling; two xisters, Exie Kelley o/ Kerrville and Edna Clopton o/ New Bruun/els; /our grandchildren and II vr^at- grandchildren. Burial will be at Bold Sprinus Cemetery in Livingston. Services are under the direction o; Cochrun Funeral Home o/ Liv- ineston. HUDGINS CLEVEI..', \D — Service* lor Roy .Alex Hud>;ins, SO. o! Cleveland are se; /or I! a.m. U'etJne.sduy at Pace- Siuncii Funeral Home Chape! with the Rfv.s. Benmo Hmdman and Jim with -5 y duy m C!t H«? is s. who retired from Exxon ur\ D/ service, i*ic<i Sutur- BEST OF LUCK TO THE GANDERS & RANGERS YOU'RE ALL WINNERS rMvod 1'v hi^ wife. Arleni" ' ( U'lflurui, u son. Roy Cecil MV» k'in\ of C'hunniflview; u duushttir. \ irv.iniu Hindman of Hu'Hvvilk'; u brother. 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