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Orange Leader, The (Newspaper) - March 16, 1992, Orange, Texas 2b the Orange Leader March obituaries Tammy Kisinger Hemphill funeral for Tammy Marie of him a native of was to be held at 2 sunday Al Starr fun eral Home in Hemphill with burial Al East Hamilton cemetery in Shelby she died Friday at Sabine county a native of she lived in Hemphill four survivors include her Roy Risinger of hemp Iii a Roy Robert Bubba i smear o Hemphill a Rov Halle re Nae Ris nicer of hemp and Mcador of ounce of sic and Perry Shane Ryuh of Paul was o be Starr with Rani h Ery c he dec t Ria Tut Ras t sunday at r n Hemphill Cermet i Sabine county he 3 resident of Sun Ivers his Roy Risinger of Hernehill a Roy Robert Bubba Risinger of Hern Phill a rec Hall Renae Risin Ger of Hernehill grandmother and Erline and Henry Mcador of Mauriceville grand father and buddy and Linda Perry of Orange grandpa Virginia Lummus of Orange and Paul and Sandy Risinger of Shelbyville and Maurice and Trudy Bourgeois and Nath and Winnie All of Louise Corrigan port Arthur graveside service for Louise of port Mother of Sharon Wilkerson of were to be held at 2 sunday at Calvary cemetery in port Arthur under the direction of Grammier Oberle fun i Home in port at changing seasons Home in she was a longtime resident of i port other survivors include a Wade Barras of Groves three Sis i Zoway Ward of Toledo Bend and Bulah Landry and eve both of Groves five grandchildren and two Janice Bishop funeral arrangements for Janice of Orange Are Pend ing at Claybar funeral Home in she died today at her residence after a lengthy Jthn Limo my Jasper funeral for John ibid of Brooke a native of will be held at 1 tuesday at Forest Oaks funeral Home in Jasper with burial at Brooke land visitation to begin at noon today Al inc fun Verhl he died saturday at Elizabeth in a native of Vidor and a former resident of Lake he lived in Brookeland 20 years and was a re tiled self employed building include his june Lipscomb of by Cokeland two John Linscomb of Angleton and Larry Linscomb of Lake Jackson a Cheryl Mcviney of Brookeland four fac Ogg of mount Ercill Smith of Betty Jean Singletary of Brookeland and Marjoric Cropper of Vidor and four Lulah Lormand funeral for Lulah of Orange will be held Al 10 tuesday Al Fuller funeral Home in Orange Wilh burial Al Nib Leils Bluff cemetery in Niblette the Dalbert mils cad of Central Baptist Church of Buna and the Ray Durham of Cove Baptist Church will visitation was to begin Al 3 Loday Al the funeral she died saturday at her a native of she lived in Orange 55 years and was a she was a member of Central Baptist Church of Buna and attended Cove Baptist survivors include a Aubrey Ronnand of Buna a Dot Murphy of Orange a Margie Horton of Pasadena six grandchildren and 10 pallbearers will be Clifford Jim Charlie Billy Larry Lormand and Lawrence Bobby Lavergne graveside service for Bobby Ray of Orange were to be held Al 4 Loday Al Orange Forest Lawn cemetery in West Orange under the direction of Claybar fun eral Home in he died Bayshore medical Center in a native of he lived in Orange 36 years and was employed with pipe filters local survivors include his Pat Lavergne of Orange Joseph and Mabel Lavergne of sul three Samantha Doiron of Sulphur and Sheri Clifton and Tina Bolh of Orange a Chad Lavergne of Vinton two Gerald Lavergne of Sulphur and Larry Lavergne of Derid and four aids education Assembly Sparks ministers protest Pearland a a Bap Lisi minister plans to protest to school Board members because a speaker Al a recent aids Educa Tion Assembly at Pearland High school was too explicit and did not put enough emphasis on i want my daughter to be aids bul whal my daughter became was sex lit said the Rick scar the pastor of Pear lands first Baptist in not ready to resign myself that kids Are going to kids can make proper choices if Given the the minister handed out partial transcripts of the Assembly and asked members of his congregation at a special service sunday to protest at the next school Board what were going to do is transport this Church to the next school Board meeting and take our he school principal Don Jones agreed that some remarks made by the Amy were a Little off color and admit Ted that the lecture was dotted with he said it covered the different types of sex and associated risks and proper condom at the when Dolph told he audience thai she had tested positive for the virus thai causes you could have a pin Jones some parts of her Tresenia Tion were not comfortable for some but the Bottom line is ship effectively stressed the three monogamy and Jones trip minister complained that she mentioned abstinence Only in passing and then went into an explicit discussion of sex and con Dom she hit All the right bul 30 minutes of a 45minute program was on he its obvious the main thrust the ing a Center was about minister said he is compile is of aids speakers who on abstinence for another Assembly at the Glenns Mart Del 01 Chevron station Large purged feb crawfish 69 buy a sack from us re Well boil for charge bj4 Isi 95 1312 gum to exit m83820 draperies carpet Vinyl tile coverings 8335652 31001doar Brown Orange Jonathan Speaks at rally to protest development in subdivision disturbing a resting place native americans protest graveside construction site Galveston a members of the inter tribal Council of Houston have asked the Woodlands to Stop construction and establish a memorial at a development site where the remains of six indians have been the 191acrc on the Wisl Side of Galveston contains 348 lots for the pirates Cove resort evidence of a Camp area and the remains of six indians were found Mere in archaeologists arc probing inc site for further Evi Dence of Indian cemeteries thai could be nearly 700 years Al Casl 50 people held a two hour rally at the Silc sunday afternoon in a protest by the inner tribal the goal of inc pro isl is to request that Woodlands Slop construction Over sacred Bur Ial grounds of indigenous Nalic american tribes who live in inc area for several thousand said Richard Board member of the inter tribal it is an Issue of humanity that unmarked Graves should have As much respect As those that arc he the recently unearthed believed to be i Host of Karakawa or Ako Kisa indians who inhabited the Galveston Bay area for hundreds of have been removed for study by Corpus Christ archaeologist Robert the Woodlands hired Ricklis to study and Callog All remains and testing to determine inc age of remains will take officials the believed to have been buried about the year had their Knees folded toward i hair chess and i hair Heads pointed said army corps of engineers archaeologist Gayle Woodlands officials have said there will ing to Rubury inc Indian remains in a Park area at the development Silc Afler the such a decision will have to be made in concert with the appropriate state and Federal Togo incr Wilh organizations with a Bona fide special in Tercel in where inc remains might be said Woodlands Percsi Donl Roger no surviving american Indian iric is related to inc Kara Kawas or Calmer but protesters sunday complained Hal american indians seeking to proc cd the rights of the vanished tribes had been excluded from plans for the there was no answer at Woodlands offices on Yahola said the inter tribal Council has about 650 members and represents some 40 different performers take stage at farm Aid despite Lack of knowledge at hand Irving a acoustic country Bluegrass Singer Michelle Afler a rollicking first farm Aid per candidly admitted she knew Little about the cause for which she i cant sit Here and say i feel anything in my heart at this said who performs several songs calling for political even superstar Paul Simon deferred questions when he told reporters during saturdays concert about a new Yor based childrens health program thai was expand ing to Rural he Only in sure that As the Economy has worsened the health services have deteriorated in the eager to step of was farm Aid Willie its something that everyone who eats should Brush up Nelson the people who grow their food Are losing their losing their Wilh the fifth farm Aid certain to have raised More than million for of Rural Aid groups nation Nelsons populist Charity work clearly strikes the same responsive chord Wilh fans and music Industry pals that his singing he didst have to be very persuasive at Simon said of Nelsons invitation to i Admire his work and i Admire whal Hes doing Willie has started a tiling that has helped a lot of said Eddie like Simon and was playing his first farm nearly 50 other artists and groups joined them in the 12hour Benefit before a crowd estimated Between and about were expected to at tend the even Al Texas stadium and featured nationwide on Cable performers included John the Kentucky asleep at the Tracy Richard Kris Kristofferson and Way Ion while the farm foreclosure crisis that spurred Nelson to begin farm Aid in 1985 has he and others at the concert emphasized Hal problems persist in Rural health dying hospitals and Low crop prices daily they a problem Hal has grown since the upheaval in the nations Banks and in Rifle is the Avail ability of credit is very said belly who runs a farm Ai supported assistance hotline in there looking a Cash flow and past and the re cell past has been Low Low prices and its Clear to me Hal the disregard for the plight of family Farmers and Rural America runs parallel to inc disregard for workers in Urban said inc Jesse who has been at All five the farm Economy is related to the National eco its the Domino effect weve been talking about since first it was the now its general for most of Nelson concentrated on the logistics of a pulling off such a Large the task has gotten easier after four earlier he everybody wants to everybody wants to see it Nelson i think its for who has just finished recording an Al bum tracing the roots of country music with performers like Doc Watson and Clarence Gate Mouth playing farm Aid was less a political cause than a Chance to come i feel very relaxed because i know where these peo ple come said who grew up in i come from the same v cheap items up for grabs at auction 1 from Leader wire reports Austin Al first its Ai antique collectors dream come True an auction is scheduled saturday to sell off furnishings from the cover nors among the of items a islet up could it be hat the Crystal chandelier once a Littfe Over the hallowed head of san Houston did the Gill framed Miiko once reflect the face of Elisha Pease not the fact truly historic item Sec Long to the people of Texas for a time and can never be Accord ing to state so what is on the auction How about a love scat used by by and Rita Clements or a mahogany Bench on which Mark White a have propped his feet while re adj the morning paper those arc the kinds of for grabs when the Gubernat Orla garage Sale starts at 9 saturday at City there will be no real Antiques a the said Anne administrator of the governors Man weve had experts from the Texas historical commission g through these furnishings to Mak absolutely sure they arc not his Bri Cally were Selling these things cause its Loo expensive to Keck them in there Youschok furniture used by recent the chandelier has been ii the mansion since Beau Force a Csc was governor in the gel framed valued at one Hung on the South Wall of the famil room when James Al Rcd was gov Cranor in but who knows maybe some Tea inc Csc mcniss love scat 1979 or Mark Whites mahogany Bench 1983 will become antique in in Crown the auction includes vehicle computers and equipment from Var Ous but the biggest might be the items from the nors mansion four Post bed chair a vanity and fire screen most were bought by the stale sine i think a lot of people will Gill find this auction be Bois after you do get Chance 10 buy something that a once a part of the worldwide custody Battle j comes to a Hall i Houston a two months after returning to two boys at the Center of a seven year struggle spanning six countries settled into a routine of school Imd family considering the change Ander Ery Lhing Treyve been j think there really doing exception ally Carolyn Smith said of her sons and 1 in the conflict Between Carolyn Smith and her Chuck culminated in the Fri sri Lurn of the boys and their father in Houston from Mexico in i in the years her sons were iraqi Carolyn Smith fought Chuc Smith and his family in Wir Ning a permanent custody Orde then a million civil judge ten the Suil claimed the family conc aled the when Cabolus of Chuck Jan i the children and bankrolled the r Carolyn Smith has collected none of the ii Ith is in the Harris county Juil awaiting irial on felony charges of with child i the boys and when the i father violated custody took them out of Harris county or need to sell it Call classified at 8833571 the Orange Leader 1 limit now accepting applications tuesday t 5 to close 2805 Macarthur Orange 8865733 phone in orders 8865733 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