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Times-Journal, Thursday, September 16, 1999 Obituaries Charles Morrow September 10, 1999 Charles Morrow, 48. of Plantersville, died Friday, Sept. 10, 1999 at a local hospital. Services are at noon Saturday, Sept. 18, at Plantersville Grove Baptist Church with the Rev.

Leo Morrow officiating. Survivors include his loving mother, Doris; one brother, Clayton Morrow Morrow Morrow one daughter, LaShonda LaShore; one son Charles Morrow three grandchildren; two uncles, Eddie Ford of Plantersville and Willie (Maggie) Morrow of Louisville, two aunts, Lorene McGhee of Plantersville and Lois Callens of Birmingham; one special niece, Dana Morrow of Chicago, three special nephews, Clayton Morrow Jr. and Cedric Morrow of Maryland and Travis Morrow of New York; and a host of cousins, friends and other relatives. Mr. Morrow was preceded in death by his father, Clayton Morrow Sr.

Active pallbearers are Andrew McGhee, Michael McGhee, Charlie Peoples, Isaiah Marzette, John Ford and Clarence Peoples. Special thanks to all the doctors at Family Practice, the nurses, therapists and Selma Baptist Hospital. Annie Pearl Pullom September 13, 1999 Annie Pearl Pullom, 71, of Orrville-Dallas County, died Monday, Sept. 13, 1999 at a Birmingham hospital. Services are at 11 a.m.

Saturday, Sept. 18, at Aimwell M.B. Church with the Rev. Charles Lett officiating. Burial will follow in the church cemetery with Lewis Funeral Home directing.

Survivors include one step-son, Johnnie King; step-daughter, Jackie King; two sisters, Fannie M. Jackson of Cleveland, Ohio and Shirley Edwards of Orville; three stepgrandchildren; two nephew; and four nieces. Active pallbearers are Aimwell M.B. Church Deacons. Honorary pallbearers are Patterson Pride Lodge Mrs.

Pullom was a member of the Aimwell Church Choir and president of the Matrons Occupation. She touched many lives as a teacher and a nurse. Pearline N. Dunning September 3, 1999 Pearline N. Dunning, of Selma, died Friday, Sept.

3, 1999 at her home. Services were at 1 p.m. Tuesday, Sept. 7, at Trinity Lutheran Church, with the Rev. Steven Washington officiating.

Burial followed in the Arimount Cemetery, Sunny South, with Miller Funeral Home directing. Survivors include seven daughters, Ludy B. (James) Gildersleeve of Selma, Cora Dell Ramsey of Chicago, Elmire (L.O., Sr.) Hope of Dixon Mills, Alma Dunning of Camden, Nellie D. Blackmon of Selma, Loretta L. Moore and Izola (Melza) Pritchett both of Chicago, one son, Canterberry Dunning of Tuscaloosa; one sister-in-law, Tina Tate of Dixon Mills; 36 grandchildren; 59 greatgrandchildren; 15 great-greatgrandchildren; and a host of other relatives and friends.

She was preceded in death by her husband, Connie Dunning, two children and one grandchild. Active pallbearers are Ulysses Blackmon Prentice Marsh, L.O. Hope James S. Blackmon, Charles Moore Jr. and Jerome Elliott.

Honorary pallbearers are Julius L. Bouler Ralph Williams Derrick Wilmer, Marcus Elliott and Anthony Ramsey. Mrs. Dunning was born on Aug. 20, 1897, one of eight children born to the late Nathan and Bama Norton of Vineland.

She confessed Christ at an early age and united with the Shady Union Baptist Church in Surginer, later joining Epiphany Lutheran, and later joined Trinity Lutheran, Selma, where she served faithful until her health failed. She was married" in 1919. She served her family with loyalty, dedication, a deep sensitivity and responsiveness to the needs of each member. Her rich full life was recognized by President Bill Clinton and the First Lady, Hillary Clinton, along with Mayor Joe T. Smitherman and her own community.

She was presented with a key to the city on her 96th, 98, and 102nd birthday. Media recognition was also given by Willard Scott on Good Morning America of NBC news for her 100th birthday in August of 1997. Jimmy Lewis Davis September 13, 1999 Jimmy Lewis Davis, 33, of Selma, died Monday, Sept. 13, 1999 in Montgomery. Services are at 1 p.m.

Friday, Sept. 17, at Morning Star Baptist Davis Church with the Rev. B.T. Booker Jr. officiating.

Burial will follow in the Fairlawn Memory Gardens Cemetery with Lewis Brothers Funeral directing. Calendar The Selma Historic 18, at 7 p.m. in the parking lot of 16 De Commission Development will meet on Checkers. Cars $5 and trucks $7. Hall in the Council Chamber.

20 Alzheimer's Support Thursday, Sept. 16, at 4 p.m. at City Norma McCrorySelma Baptist Hospital Sleep Group will meet on Lab Support Group will meet on Thursday, Sept. 16, from p.m. in the hospital cafeteria.

For reservation and information call 418-4123. C.H.A.S.M. Family Resource Center sponsors Community Education on Drug Awareness conducted by Cassandra Cherry of Cahaba Cares, on Thursday, Sept. 16 from p.m. at Rangedale Apartments Community Room.

For information contact. Rev. Carl V. Rawls at 875-3285. The Local Emergency Planning Committee Semi-Annual Meeting will be held on Thursday, Sept.

16, at 6 p.m. in the Commission Room at the Dallas County Courthouse Annex. The public is invited. The Parrish High School Class of 1950 will meet on Thursday, Sept. 16, at 11:30 a.m.

at Major Grumbles, to discuss plans for 50th class reunion. Dutch lunch. The Cahawba Advisory Committee will meet on Thursday, Sept. 16, at 10 a.m. in the Conference Room of the SelmaDallas Chamber of Commerce Office.

18 Selma Saturday Medicine Baptist Clinic Morning will for Sports host area students who have participated in a sanctioned event, on Saturday, from 9-11 a.m. adjacent to the hospital Emergency Department. For information call 872-2222 or contact your coach. The Prince Hall Masonic Lodges in Selma will have a Fund Raising Car Wash, Saturday, Sept. Briefly ACCU FORECAST FOR SELMA Selma 5-Day Forecast Today Mostly sunny and breezy.

88 Friday Plenty of sunshine. 84 Sunday Sun and patchy clouds. Regional Cities Tonight Clear and cool. Saturday Sunshine for the most part. Monday Increasing clouds; chance of t-storms.

62' Today Tom. City HI Lo Hi Lo Albany, GA 87 54 84 54 Athens, GA 85 51 79 50 co Auburn, AL 88 53 83 52 Augusta, GA 89 55 87 49 ch Birmingham, AL 84 47 79 50 Chattanooga, TN 82 50 00 77 51 Clarksville, TN 78 50 co 78 48 Cleveland, MS 87 53 86 52 Columbia, TN 81 51 79 49 National Cities City Hi Atlanta 80 Atlantic City 74 Boston 68 Chicago 70 Daytona Beach 86 Denver 72 Moines- 70 Detroit 71 El Paso Fairbanks 59 Honolulu 85 Indianapolis 73 Kansas City 70 Las Vegas 99 Memphis 82 Miami 91 Nashville 80 New Orleans 86 New York City 70 Oklahoma City 82 Philadelphia 72 St. Louis 76 Salt Lake City 82 Seattle 70 Washington, DC 72 Alabama Weather www.accuweather.com Florence All maps, forecasts Tuscumbia Huntsville and data provided by AccuWeather, Inc. River Levels Gadsden Alabama River at R.F. Henry Dam Lower Pool Birmingham 6 Flood am Sept.

Stage 15 122 79.9 7 am Sept. 16 Forecast 83.0 Alabama River at Miler's Tuscaloosa Ferry Upper Pool 4 6 am Sept. 15 33.3 Selma Auburn Flood Stage 66 7 am Sept. 16 Forecast 35.0 Phenix City Alabama River at Selma Butler Montgomery 6 Flood am Sept. Stage 15 45 17.8 Shown is today's weather.

Dothan Temperatures are Evergreen today's highs and tonight's lows. Mobile Almanac Selma through 3 p.m. yesterday. Temperature High Low Sun and Moon Normal high Sunrise today 6:32 a.m. Normal low Sunset tonight 6:54 p.m.

Moonrise today 12:36 p.m. Precipitation Moonset today 11:19 p.m. 24 hours ending 3 p.m. 0.00° Month to date Trace First Full Last New Normal month to date 2.15" Year to date 31.71° Last year to date 33.13" Sep 17 Sep 25 Oct 1 Oct 9 Normal year to date 39.76" Today City Hi Lo Hi Dothan, AL 86 53 84 Gulfport, MS 87 61 85 to Columbus, MS 87 50 82 8880859 5 Columbus, GA 86 54 83 Greenville, MS 85 54 85 Hattiesburg, MS 85 54 86 55 Huntsville, AL 77 51 79 48 co Jackson, MS 85 51 co 86 54 Jackson, TN 81 51 6 82 52 National Weather City Hi Jacksonville, AL 84 Laurel, MS 85 Macon, GA 87 Meridian, MS 87 Natchez, MS 92 Opelika, AL 88 Pascagoula, MS 87 Savannah, GA 85 Tuscaloosa, AL 84 Today Tom. Lo Hi Lo 49 80 52 0 54 86 55 5 54 82 51 0.

49 87 53 0 56 91 55 53 83 52 59 85 57 61 81 57 50 80 51 Anchorage 308 240s 40s 508 Vancouver 60s Winnipeg 80s Montreal Cold Front 70s Seattle Billings Minneapolis -60s Warm Front 60s 700 60s Stationary San Chicago 80s, 60s New York Front Francisco 90s 70148 Washington 6091 508 90s Showers 100s Atlanta Paso T-storms Houston Rain 70s 80s Flurries 908 Snow La 608. Monterey 90s 908 Paz Miami Ice 1 Shown are noon positions of weather systems and precipitation. Temperature bands are highs for the day. Forecast temperatures are given for selected cities. Weather (W): 8-sunny, pc-partly cloudy, c-cloudy, sh-showers, r-rain, st-snow flurries, sn-snow, -ice.

NOTICE Primestar Subscribers Primestar has been purchased by and you are entitled to a FREE satellite conversion! OMEGA SATELLITE is your authorized Pegasus Satellite Television Primestar Conversion Dealer We deliver Miss your paper? We hope not, but if you miss your paper, or if you receive a wet or otherwise unreadable copy, please call our customer service desk at 875-2110, ext. 145. For redelivery within the city area, or correction for next day delivery outside the Selma Police Department Reports from Sept. 14, 1999: Today Tom. Lo HI Lo 56 79 54 67 70 48 59 64 51 48 74 52 61 5 85 64 48 pc 80 50 48 72 50 48 72.

49 58 pc 87 60 pc 41 pc 61 42 72 pc 86 74 pc 46 72 47. 49 75 53 pc 71 98 70 55 83 55 76 91 74 50 78 48 62 85 59 62 70 56 sh 57 pc 80 61 60 72 54 0 52 8 76 54 56 84 55 co 50 pc 74 52 00 58 72 54 pc ed Attempted burglary was reported in the 3000 block of Burgand Ave. An arrest for truancy was reported. An arrest for truancy was reported. An arrest for truancy was reported.

Truancy was reported in the 1300 block of Church St. An arrest for use of a vehicle was reported. An arrest for burglary was reported. Burglary was reported in the 400 block of Mabry St. Criminal mischief was reported in the 2300 block of Summerfield Rd.

Theft of property was reported at Epworth Homes. violence city of Selma, please call us between 7 a.m. and 10 a m. Sunday through Friday. To subscribe: To subscribe to the area's leading source of local news and information, please call our circulation department at 875-2115 ext.

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The Selma Times recommends that all advance payments be made directly to the Circulation Department. Unlawful breaking and entering of a vehicle was reported in the 2400 block of Lauderdale St. Harassment was reported in the 3000 block of Perham St. Harassing communications was reported 1900 block of Minter Ave. Menacing was reported in the 3000 block of Perham St.

violence was reported in the 2400 block of Eugene St. Found property was reported in the 1300 block of Alabama Ave. REGAL BARGAIN MATINEE SOUND SHOWS IN () www.regaicinemas.com CAHABA TWIN 334-874-6059 211 Hwy 80 East STIGMATA (R) (1:15 4:00) 7:00 9:30 IN TOO DEEP (R) (1:30 4:15) 7:15 9:45 No Passes No Passes or Super Savers Times Valid For Sunday, September 12, 1999 Only 1999 was reported at MBA Homes. Truancy was reported in the 200 block County Rd. 248.

Criminal mischief was reported at Clark Elementary School on Lawrence St. An arrest for theft of property was reported. An arrest for theft of property was reported. Theft of property was reported at Wal-Mart. Harassment was reported at Subway on Highland Ave.

Theft of property was reported in the 200 block of Camerria Ave. Assault was reported in the 500 block of Small Ave. An arrest for contempt of court was reported. Theft of property was reported in the 600 block of We're the Affordable Laundry and Dry Cleaners! 4 Laundered Shirts $419 Please Present coupon with clothes. Coupon expires September 19, 1999.

(SELMA STEAM) LAUNDRY DRY CLEANERS 1300 SELMA 875-7278 MON-SAT WED. CLOSE AT NOON VAUGHAN REGIONAL MEDICAL CENTER welcomes Ronald J. Barrette, D.O. Board Certified in Cardio-Vascular Thoracic and General Surgery Barrette Surgical Center, LLC 200 Vaughan Memorial Drive For an appointment, call 875-7260 Broad St. VAUGHAN The Volunteer Tutorial Program for the Selma City Schools is now accepting applications for the 1999-2000 school year.

r. Volunteers are needed in reading, writing, mathematics and other areas. To apply contact your local school coordinator or principal. call 872-9048 or 875-7500. Music Lessons-learn to play the piano at the Youth Development Center HazenHarrell, 700 County Rd.

206, Marion Jct. Classes are from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. For information call (334) 996-8932 or 874- 7109. The Youth Development Center Hazen-Harrell is now offering a Tutorial Program for math, english and science, on Saturdays to help youths 6-18 years of age.

Classes are from 10 a.m.-2 p.m. on Saturdays, beginning on Saturday, Sept. 11. For registration and transportation information call (334) 996-8932 or 874-7109. Gulf Coast Chapter of the Korean War Veterans Association will host the 1999 National in Mobile at the Holiday Inn Historic District from Sept.

11- 16. All Korean War veterans from the state and nation are being urged to attend. For more information, call (334) 343-3848. Vaughan Regional medical Center will offer free special delivery childbirth preparation classes in the hospital Solarium from 6-8 p.m. each Monday in September.

Pre-registration is required. Expectant mothers should register in their sixth month. To register, call 418- 6160. Selma Baptist Hospital's senior advantage exercise classes will meet at the Grist YMCA Monday-Friday. For more information, contact the YMCA at 874-7476.

Vaughan Health Access hosts Senior Connection aerobics, an exercise class designed specifically to meet the fitness needs of senior adults, each Tuesday and Thursday at 8:30 a.m. at the Vaughan Wellness Fitness Center. For more information, call 872-9048. The New Spirit Group of Alcoholics Anonymous meets every Tuesday, Thursday and Friday at 10 aim. at the Mental, Health Center.

Selma AL-ANON Family Group meets each Sunday at 7 p.m. only (note change) in the Dallas County Courthouse basem*nt. For information call 872-1285 or 875-7338. Selma Masonic Lodge meets on the first and third Mondays of each month. American Red Cross CPR classes will be held on Monday and Thursday nights from 5-9 p.m.

Call 874-4641 for registration and information. The board of trustees for the Prince Hall Masonic Temple, 1022 Broad meets at 5:30 p.m. on the third Thursday of each month. All board members are urged to attend. Volunteers are needed to instruct classes in disaster services for the American Red Cross.

All materials and classes are free to the public. For information call Howard Tinsley at 874-4641. Quilting classes, open to the public, meet at the Beloit Community Center each Thursday from 11 a.m.-2:20 p.m. Dallas County residents needing Internal Revenue Service assistance or forms may go to 474 South Court St. in Montgomery, or call 1-800- 829-4059 or 800-829-1040.

The local IRS office has closed. Monday, Sept. 20, at 5:15 p.m. at Selma Dallas Public Library in the Vaughan Room, this is the first meeting of the fall. Enter through the back door.

Vaughan Regional medical Center will offer free special delivery childbirth preparation classes in the hospital Solarium from 6-8 p.m. each Monday in September. Preregistration is required. Expectant mothers should register in their sixth month. To register, call 418-6160.

Selma Baptist is offering Prostate Screenings on Monday, Sept. 20, from p.m. PSA blood tests, which will cost $8 will also be drawn in the hospital lab from 7 a.m. to 7 p.m. Reservations are required and can be made by calling 418-4443.

Alabama School of 21 (ASMS) Mathematics and representative, Science Marion Williams, Asso. Director of Academic Affairs, will provide information on the school's academic program, admission process, and the residential aspect of living for all interested students, especially freshmen and sophom*ores, and their parents. The program is designed to provide information about ASMS and its offerings through video presentation and questions and answers session, on Tuesday, Sept. 21, from 7. -9 p.m.

in the cafeteria at Wallace College. Refreshments will be served. Visitors are welcome. For information, please call Rita Parikh at 875-4459 after 4:30 p.m. New Fall Shoes Arriving Daily Dremiere Shoes A Step Above the Rest 9:30 am 6:00 pm 126 Broad St, Selma 872-9890.

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