The Monroe News-Star from Monroe, Louisiana on January 24, 1973 · Page 13
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The Monroe News-Star from Monroe, Louisiana · Page 13

Monroe, Louisiana
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Wednesday, January 24, 1973
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Monroe News-Star Wednesday, January 24. Phil J-b Deaths, Funerals Mrs. Celes Brown rection of Hixson Brothers Fu- officiate with burial at J. S. notal Home of Jena. (Clark Memorial Park Ceme- Survivors include lier lins- tory under direction of Hunt’s band, Jeff Hudson, Trout; one Golden State son. Jerald Hudson. Alesan- Monroe, dj.jy• on,. daughter, Miss San- Survivors include two nieces burial at the City dra Hudson, Ft. Polk; two and two nephews. SIBLEY, services for Miss. Mrs. — Funeral Celes Br<Avn, fieiate with Cemetery. Mrs. Broomfield died Thurs- da\ at E. A. Conway Memorial 103, of Sibley, were to be at Hospital after a lengthy illness, noon today at St. Luke Method- Survivors include one son, ist Church here with the Revs. Thelo Woolen of Washington, I). Isaac Anderson and G. A. Bran-C f,n„ sist,.r) m ,., viola Danon officiating. mons of Monroe; one brother, Burial was to be in Arnmn w T Rof?ers of Monrop; S1X Cemetery under direction of grandchildren and four grcat- brothers, Finley Rosier, Trove and Parvin Rosier, Odessa. Tex.: and one sister, Mrs. My r­ tle Tinglie, Trout. Harrison Hunt Home of Nat at Sibley grandchildren. Mrs. Belle Robinson Webb Funeral chez, Miss. Mrs. Brown died after a long illness. Survivors include one dough ten-, Mrs. Lula Lyles of Natchez, RAYVILLE — Funeral ser- Miss.; six sons, Douglas vices yvcre to be at ll Brown, Ashton Brown, both of a.m. today foi Mrs. Belle I) Natchez, George Brown, Ham- Robinson. S3, of Rayville, at ii ton Brown, both of Newellton, Crew Lake Methodist Church Felix Brown of New Orleans with the Revs. Pete Me- and Johnnie Brown of Sibley, deke and Lawson Flemming of- 43 grandchildren, 126 great- Boating grandchildren and 22 great- Burial was to be in the New great-grandchildren. Salem Cemetery under the direc- • • • I Hon of Mulhearn’s Funeral Miss Julia Bass Home of Rayville Robinson died Monday • • • Ollie Reynolds Funeral services were at I p.m. today in the chapel of Spears-Vickers Funeral Home of Monroe for Ollie "Dad” Reynolds, 37, of 4201 South Funeral services Grand, Monroe. I). Hunt. 50, of The Rev. Joe B. Mongle of- ai lit am. today filiated with burial at Kilbourne Catholic Church Cemetery. William Proves-; Mr. Reynolds died Tuesday ’at E. A. Conway Memorial to be in Old Be-1 Hospital after a long illness CLARKS — for Harrison ( larks, were at St. Ann’s with the Rev tv officiating. Burial was the! Cemetery under direction of Riser and Son Funeral Home of Columbia. Mr. Hunt died Sunday at the E. A Conway Memorial Hospital following a brief illness. Survivors include bis widow, Mrs. Helen Hunt of Clarks: IWO . sons, Jerry Wayne Hunt of r.00 w!n Clarks and Harry Dale Hunt of Mrs the Hickory Manor Nursing Home iii Bastrop following a lengthy illness. She yeas a native of Girard and a member of the Crew Lake Methodist Church. Survivors include two sons, Lonnie Robinson of Start and COREY — Funeral services for Miss Julia Bass, 16, of Corey. were to be at noon today at Goodhope Baptist C ti ii r e h here wit ti the Rev. V. M. Brass officiating. Burial was to be in Magnolia Cemetery under direction of Miller’s Funeral Home of ................— - — --- — .. . . ... . .. . Monroe Frank Robinson of Dallas, I Reid, Ohio. Earl Hunt Miss Bass was killed Wednes- Tex.: one daughter, Mrs. Mw- [ol. Wis., and Elmer tie Moblev of Bastrop one sis- Owensboio, Ky . oui tor, Mrs. Minnie Watts of Mrs. Mary Shorl of Ashland Start; seven grandchildren.: K>- an(i si* Rrandcnildrcn. nine great * grandchildren and • • • day when a tornado struck a house where she was residing. Survivors include a daughter. Miss Emile I,ce; her mother, Mrs. Josephine Lee; her step- a father, John Lee, all of Corey; i nephews. four sisters, Mrs. Rosie Adams Pallbearers were to be Fred of Las Vegas, Nev., Mrs. Im- crick Mulhcarn. Johnny Letloyv, tor Hill, Mrs. Malinta Golston. Tommy Tonneaux, Billy Cur- • • • Mrs. Maude Antley Funeral .services for M r s. Maude Antley, 65, of West Monte at 2 p rn. Friday in I the chapel of Kilpatric k’s Fu- I Columbia; six daughters. M’ss ”<'ral f’onH' Burial will be in Martha Ann Hunt Ains Ceral- Acree f‘mHor' m Foint under dine Hunt, Mrs Henna S I i n-i direction of Kilpatricks son, ill of Clarks Mrs. Marie Mrs. Antley died Tuesday al Cedrine of Holist in Tex., Mrs. Norris Mildren Boyd of Hebert, and Mrs. Caroline Kelly el C olum­ bia; his father, Sam Hunt of Salt Lick, Ky.; four brothers, Thomas Hunt of Orlando, Fla., William Hunt of Grecn- of Bris- Hunt of i s t e r, at 10:30 a rn Thursday at First National Funeral Home of Winnsboro with the Rev Lee Funeral Parlor of Smith officiating Burial will be in Crow Ville Masonic Cemetery. Survivors include two sons. Ervin VV. Weems Jr. of Monroe and Charles Ii. ‘ .lack” Weems of Oklahoma City, Okla : IO daughters, Mrs. Irene Ryland Mrs. Myrlis Johnson, both of Bastrop, Mrs. Ada Martin of Monroe, Mrs. Lois Sheppard, Mrs. Lottie Monroe, both of Delhi, Mrs Bobbie* Hernandez. Mrs Marie Bonner, both of Pineville otln Vain elf Laurel Springs N. J., Mr*-. Lola J. (H'iffin e.f Winnsboro and Mrs. Jean- e*tte Meinren of Epps three brothers, Bill Chisholm of Crow- Ville, Audic' Chisholm and J. C I Chisholm, both of Jackson; a sister, Mrs. dominie Higdon of Delhi; 30 grandchildren ! and 20 great - grandchildren. • • • Lange, Troy May Testify Before Senate Hearing ie*nip to get rescinded. the* gas cutback have a devastating effect e>n to Washington Monday to meet I the City eif Monroe and pro- u'*h I* PC officials iii an al­ liably every either community | in Louisiana.” Troy said in the ledter the curtailment would have drastic I economic effects on the city CHINO, Calif. (AP) King Gifts Prison “The curtailment also affects guitarist B. B Monroe Utilities Commis- 'he availability of natural gas sui Corp sion general manager Roy ^‘ users. Currently it ap- Langc and Monroe Mayor Ralph Troy arc among witnesses expected to appe*ar next Survivors include a sister • in - law, Mrs. Ione Reynolds of Monroe. Miss Ashley number of nieces and) Mrs. Loria Bean Clinic in Farmerville. Survivors include her husband, Denver Antley of West Monroe; three sons, Echvard Ravine Nelson. Harold Nelson and Billy Ray Nelson, all of Madi- ison, Ala.; one daughter, Mrs. Carolyn Sue Herron of Parish, Ala.; one brother, Hickey Blackeye]! of Denver, Colo.: one sister, Mrs Kale Nelson of Chicago. Ill and 13 'randchildren. • • • Mrs. Funeral services for Miss Teletha Ashley, 3ft, of 1706’. Washington Street. Monroe, are scheduled for Sunday at I p.m. at the Church of God & Christ, Monroe, with the Rev. Roosevelt Wilson officiating, Burial will follow at City Cemetery under the direction of Hunt’s Golden State Funeral Parlor. Miss Ashley died Tuesday ai week before a special U. S. Senate committee looking .t, . into the natural gas cur„■ 1)1' tailments in the nation. The two Monroe officials yvill explain their city’s hardsnip iii attempting to comply w ith curtailment program at the Monroe power plant, as ordered by the Federal Power Commission The hearings are scheduled for next week. with the Monroe officials expected to appear perhaps cm Jan, 31 and Feb. I, Mayor Troy said Tuesday he was informed of the opportunity to appear before t h e committee by U. S. Sen. J. Bennet! Johnston of Shreveport. Hearings on the gas shortage are scheduled before the Senate Cornmitto on Interior and Insular Affairs, of which Washington Senator Henry (Scoop) Jackson is chairman. II tile committee permits oral testimony. Mayor Troy is ex pears we can service our current gas customers, but probably cannot add any addition a1 customers such as new homes or industries.” the letter said. Troy said that Monroe Utilities Commission General Manager Lange will fly Blue*** King and the San have donated a $2,* l)ft(l am - fin stereo receiver to the inmates of tell California Institution for Men here. King presented a two - hour concert at Chino recently, his 201 ii prison show. His appearance was for the organization KAI RH, w hich raises funds for musical and cultural materials for inmates. E. A- Conway Hospital follow- pert,,(J lo' travH to washington mg a brief illness. ic w Ktr line fnfn roup The mayor said the Sen- both of New Orleans, and Mrs, Josephine George of Baton Rouge. six brothers, Benny Anderson. Theodore Lee, both of Baton Rouge, Floyd Scott of Los Angeles, Calif., Charles Anderson of Kansas City. Kansas John tee of Pine Bluff, Ark and Robert Lee of (.as Vegas. • • • C. B. Ellerbe VV1SNF R — Funeral services for C. B. Ellerbe, 72, of Winner, will te* at 3 I rn. today at f irst Baptist Church with the Rev. Fred Keyes and Dr. Milton Williams officiating Burial will hi* in South Centra! Cemetery under direction of First National Funeral Home of Winnsboro Mr. Ellerbe died Monday at Columbia Heights Hospital after a long illness. Survivors include lim widow. Mm. Lottie T Ellerbe of Ws nor; three -ems. Charles Ellerbe of Vicksburg, Miss.. Roy Ellerbe of Winnsboro and Donald Ellerbe of Wisner, t w o daughter-. Mrs Dorothy Matthews of Fort Neve-sd* a n <1 Mrs. loss Campbell erf Houston. Tex two sisters. Mr* ' I Mrs Ix’ssie Wilson of Rayville; and 14 grandchildren • • • C. Shallengerber RUSTON — Funeral services were to fie at ll a rn. today at Kilpatrick s Funeral H <* rn e here for ( barile Edward Shul- ienterzer. si. of Ruston, with burial in Forest Park (’erne- It ry in Shreveport A graveside service was to be at ’ 3ft pm with Dr Robert S Magee officiating Mr Shallenter .*er died Mon­ dos at Lincoln General Hospital ry, James Henson Watts and T. W. Copeland. OOO Mrs. Selma Anders JENA — Funeral services will be at 1ft a m. Thursday for Mrs. Rowena Anders, 76, of Jena, who died Tuesday at LaSalle General Hospital after a long illness. The Revs. Richard Walton and Eddied Blakely will officiate at Nolley M e rn o r i- al Methodist Church with burial in the church cemetery under direction of Tinner a ri d Steven Funeral Home here Survivors includi one daughter, Miss Margaret Anders of Pineville three sisters. M i s s i Juanita Kendrick and Mrs. Mayo Watkins, both of Jena, and Mrs Curtis Farrow of Columbia and three brothers, the Rev. John Kendra k of Baton Rouge. Ike Kendrick and Earl Kendrick, both of Jena, • • • Mrs. C. Green Funeral services for Mrs Cl a ud in Green, 47. of 21115 Standifer Si . Monroe, are incomplete. but will be under direction of Hunt s Gulden State Funeral Parlor of Monroe. Mrs Green died Mondav at the F A Conway Hospital fol lowing a brief illness Survivors include her h ii s. band Mayfield Green of Monroe; three daughters Sadie Lee South, Helen Ann Green a n d Rose Mary Green ai! of Mon roe four sons Jimmy Green and .Mayfield Green. Jr. both of San Francisco, Calif . Louis Green and Robert Green both of Monroe; two sisters, Mrs. Inez Smith of San Francisco and Mrs Josephine Simmons of Monroe, six grandchildren. • • • LONGVIEW, Tex - Funeral services for Mrs Loria Bean, si, of Longview*, were to be at 2 p.m. today at Welch Funeral Home here with the Rev Lanes Johnson officiating. Burial was to be in Rosedale Cemetery. Mr- Bean. the mother of Mrs L. B. Bennig of Ferriday, died Tuesday at a f/mgview hospital after a long illness. She was a longtime resident’," of Longview and a member of Motherly Baptist Church. Other survivors include two other daughters, Mrs. Fletcher Hull of Palasv pixies, Calif . and Aliss Mabel Bean of Alexia, Tex one son, Ray Bean of Longview-: three brothers Monroe Pevehouse, Benn P e v e* I house, both of Amarillo, Tex and Earl Pevehouse of San Antonio. Tex ; nine grandchildren and four great - grandchildren • • • Garland M. Hales MANGHAM — Funeral sen- | ices vvere to te at 2 p.m. today for Garland Marion Hales, five- month - old son of Mr. and Mrs. I c Hales of Mangham, I at Archibald Church of Christ with the Rev. Harold McKlhan- oy officiating. Build was to be in Rayville Masonic (’emoter under direc- !;on of Rayville Funeral Servile. The infant died Tuesday at1 the family residence after a brief illness Other survivors include one sister. Tiffany Hales of Mangham paternal grandparents.1 Mr. and Mrs. X. V. Hales of Alto: maternal grandparents, Mr. arid Mrs Eldred < rawford of Archibald: great - paternal rand mother. Mrs Alice Hales of Archibald, great * maternal grandmother. AL s. Lilhe Sword of Homer, great - grandparents. Mr and Mrs. Henry Johnson of Rayville • • • Lettie Weems CROWVILLE - Mrs. little Chisholm Weems, 75, of Crowville, died early this morning at Richland Parish Hospital after a brief illness. A native of Winn Parish, she I, , r .. next week to testify before the She is survived by her Path- „rmip ^he cr. Harold Ashley: lier mother, ate (.ommiUeo hparmg )S a n. Sarah Wright; three sisters. sH„ <)f ),>qU(>sts ,ul)miH(,d to „K, w it, I VV IT Tv* . ll S S f<‘deral government by Munroe Betty Jo Wright, and Mis- Christine Wright; and teroy Gilmore. one brother, Senior Citizens and one other applicant. Troy said in a Jan 16 unless the PPC order ;einded immediately letter, was res­ it “will The Senior Citizens Club will hold their annual Birthday Party at 1:30 p m. Thursday at Beloid lived here for 15 years and nod Recreation Center, 1700 was a member of Hill Ridge Oaklawn, Monroe Mrs. Essie Baptist < hurch. Garrison, spokesman, urged all Funeral services will be members to be present. FAITH'S REWARD Dial A-Blessing 387-4397 NOTICE MEN & WOMEN (No Age Limit) ' lf You Are Dissatisfied With Your Present Job Or Simply Seeking Employment, Why Not Train For One Of These Exciting Fields In Just A Few Short Weeks Or Months, • if Secretarial . v; if Data Processing if Clerk Typist if Bookkeeper yr if Draftsman * .’ T. ‘ ' if IBM Keypunch (Day and Evening Classes) "Eligible Institution Under The Federally Insured Student Loon Prpgrom” - For Funher Information Phone BMI 325-0443 t now For lavish storage. The bold new WK contemporary bedroom with triple dresser PARENTS r LEAGUE vt# p** »n 1st Annual Meeting Tuesday, Jon. 30th 7:30 P.M. C ivic Center liter a short illness A native of Kansas City, Aln . ie was a veteran of World War I and a retired hardware mer* .hunt He is survived by a nephew*. W Shalier!berger of Kirkwood, Mo. • • • Miss Pamela Nelson WINNSBORO — Funeral services wert* to te at 2 pm, today for Mins Pamela Kay Nelson, 3-year-old daughter of {’apt. and Mrs Michael W, Nelson of Homestead, Fla., at Boeuf River Baptist Church The Revs. Joe Silvio and Earl Gibson were to officiate with five nephew direction of FirM National Funeral Home here The child drowned Saturday in an accident near Miami, I la Other survivors include a sister, Miss Kimberly Ann Nelson of Homestead; paternal grand­ am! Mrs Bud maternal grand­ am! Mi Jesse W tnnsboro. Miss Harret Smith Funeral services will te at I p.m. Saturday in the chapel of At ii I uiM al Ilium’ of Mon roe for Miss Harret Smith, 65, of 361*6 Cobber St.. Monroe The Rev L. B. Bennett will officiate w itll burial at Booker T Washington Cemetery. Miss Smith died Sunday in the Mar1 (loss Nursing Home in Monroe following a brief illness Survivors Mrs, Marie two brother.' Monroe and Detroit. Mich include one sister Jenkins of Monroe William Smith of Pleas Smith Jr . of four nieces and John Brown ices will te at New Aum Peck for 262ft Jack­ al in of parents. Mr Madden, and parents, Mr Hatton, all of Mrs. Jessie Ward Funeral services were at 2 p m today in the chapel of Kilpatrick’s Funeral Home of West Monroe fin* Mrs Jessie Ward Alibis, 64 , of ;;n stewart St., West Monroe The Revs Raymond Howe and Gray Nolan officiated wit!) burial ai Taylor Cemetery under direction of Kilpatrick’s. Mr^ Aulds died Tuesday at tin* St Francis Hospital following a lengthy illness She was a native of Farmerville and a member of the Rid ie Avenue Baptist (’hurch of West Monroe Survivors include two daughters Mrs J. Vt Hinton, West Monroe; and Mrs. I ll Jennings, Monroe, two soil , Shop Alibis, West Monroe; and I ll Aulds, West Monroe; three sis ters, Mrs John Taylor, Farmerville; Mrs Fred Kern. Farmerville; and Mrs. Cob!) Sawyer,1 West Monroe. IO grandchildren,1 IO great great grandchildren, and 3 great-great-great grand children, • • • Mrs. Broomfield Funeral services will be at I p iii Thursday in the chapel of Hunt’s Golden Slide Funeral Parlor for Mrs. Carne Broomfield, 65, of 1715 Adam St , Monroe. The Rev E E Eddie will of Funeral serve noon Thursday Baptist Church John Brown, 67 son St Monroe The Rev. O W Billups will officiate with burial at the church cemetery under direction of Hunt's Golden State Funeral Parlor of Monroe Mr Brown died Friday at the I A Conway Hospital following a brief illness Survivors include one son, Donald Ray Brown of Monroe two sisters, Mrs Annie B. Turner and Mrs Hallie B. Howard, both of Sicily Island • • • Mrs. Rowena Hudson .IFN A — Funeral services were at 1ft a rn today for Mrs Rowena Hudson, 53, of Trout, at first United Pentecostal Church here. Mrs. Hudson died Monday at LaSalle General Hospital after a brief ill ness The Revs. Wayne Pounders, C, I) Thorton and A R Allen officiated w* i t Ii burial in Belah Cemetery under the di- COMING TO MONROE Mrs. Selma Bragg FARMERVILLE — Funer- * al services will te at 2.3ft p m Thursday for Mrs Selma Bragg, 77. of Farmerville, at Liberty Baptist Church with tile! Revs William Higdon and Roy! Gardner officiating. Burial w ill he in the Beulah j Cemetery under the direr lion of the First National Funeral I Horne of Farmerville. Mrs Bragg died Monday at I the I ri Ward Hospital iii Ber-* nice following a lengthy illness ■ She was a lifetime resident of Union Parish and a member of the Southern Baptist Convention Survivors include one dough ter. Mrs Mary Davidson of Farmerville; one brother, Leon Poster of Farmerville two sis ters, Mrs. Audrey Ruby of Downsville and Air* Rosa Prest ridge of Monroe; tw< grandchildren and one reat- gramb hilt! Pallbearers will he Danny Lane Duster, Rodney Ruby, Lox die Duster, Robert Miller, Paul I ic a I rd and J W Riley. The body will remain at the funeral home until one hour before service • • • Willie Toombs Funeral services will te at II a.rn. Thursday at ML Pig shy Baptist < ‘hurch h r ii i I I i e Too in tis, 4! I Lexington St., Tai lulah The Rev Willie Handy will "I*anpvest“ -Irikinu: parquet pattern ......... regii/rir Ii* Hi.* Hi Shifty • \k\ HH? I r^dEillL Ii * Tai This is the tempo o( today's life J texture upon texture Lik ut finished hardwood, S I U| rich parquet patterns print with polished chromed hardware Sci includes: triple droner, mirror, 4-drowcr chott end (ull-qucen inc headboard wi bedframe. I sv Sears Easy Pas meal Plan Night stand King-size headboard 49.95 59.95 pa GU . 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