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Page B-6, The Tuskegee News, July 27, 2000 Following is a summary of activities of the Tuskegee Police Department for July 14-20, 2000. July 14 • 9:35 a.m.--Theft of property on Old Montgomery Road. • 12:35 p.m.--Theft of property on Auburn Street. • 12:55 p.m.-Thet~ of property on College Street. • 3:10 p.m.--Burglary/theft of property at Washington Chapel. • 3:30 p.m.--Harassment/disorderly conduct. • 3:35 p.m.--Menacing/harassment on Franklin Road.. • 5:15 p.m.--Criminal mischief on Ruso Lane. • 10:45 p.m.-Attempted suicide on Foster Street. July 15 • 3:30 a.m.-Burglary/thet~ of property on William Street. • 9:15 a.m.-Harassment on Ashdale Road. • 1:22 p.m.--Renard Joseph was arrested on charges of assault and driving while license revoked. • 7:05 p.m.-Assault on Ridge Street. July 16 • 12:44 a.m.-Rosalind King was arrested on charge of domestic violence. • 12:45 a.m.-Jeffery Gillis was arrested on charges of domestic violence/harassment. • 2:20 a.m.-Assault at Atmosphere Parking Lot. • 7:15 p.m.--Theft of property at Piggly Wiggly. • 8:40 p.m.-Harassment at Pinecrest Apartments. July 17 • 12:57 a.m.-Theft of property on McCall Street. • 1:25 am.-~Shots fired at Cypress Village ApartmenLs. • 3:30 a.nl.--Charles Jones was arrested on a writ for driving while license suspended. • 10:20 a.m.-Recovered stolen ATV at 528 North East Blvd. • 2:26 pm.-Harassing communication at Renee's Beauty Salon. • 3:50 p.m.-Burglary/theft of property at Cypress Village Apartments. July 18 • 6:24 a.m.-Marleake Heard was arrested on charges of theft of service/receiving stolen property. • 9 a.m.--Theft of property on Laslie Street. • 11 a.m.-Adarius Woods was arrested on charges of harassment/reckless endanger- ment. • 11:45 am.-Domestic violence (harass- ment) on Ix)gan Street. • 2:30 p.m.-(hx)rge Charleston was arrested on charges of criminal trespassing, possession of marijuana and driving while license sus- pended (writ). • 2:33 p.m.-Criminal trespass, unlawful l~)ssession of marijuana on Jones Street. • 2:40 p.m.-Theft of property on New York Street. • 2:47 pm.-Richard Williams was arrested on charges of criminal trespass and unlawful possession of marijuana. • 10 p.m.--Brenda Marshall was arrested on charge of public intx)xication. • 7:40 p.m.-Itarassment at Lakeshore Apartments. • 8:23 p.m.-Harassment at H&J Family Foods. • 9:07 p.m.--Domestic violence (harassment) on Yancey Street. • 9:10p.m.--Theft of property/harassment on Penny Street. • 10 p.m.-Brenda Marshali was arrested on charge of public intoxication. July 19 • 1 a.m.--Abandoned vehicle on Georgia Drive. • 11:05 a.m.--Harassment on Ruso Lane. • 11:50 a.m.-Quama Darden was arrested on a writ for no driver's license. • 5:32 p.m.--Theft of property on Oldubai Street. • 5:35 p.m.--Theft of property/burglary on Washington Street. • 7 p.m.--Harassment on Auburn Street. • 8 p.m.-Possession of marijuana/DUI at Auto Pride Carwash. • 9:30 p.m.-Robert Kirk'wood was arrested on charge of public intoxication. July 20 • 8:40 a.m.-Theft of property on Fonville Street. • 10 a.m.--Theft of property on Logan Street. • 12:30 p.m.--Hindering prosecution on Washington Avenue. • 4 p.m.-Burglary/theft of property on Old Columbus Road. • 5 p.m.-Sonya Graves was arrested on charge of harassment. • 6:55 p.m.-Reckless endangerment at McDonald's. • 8:40 p.m.-Criminal mischief on West Martin Luther King Drive. 11:10 p.m.--Property damage (house fire) on South Main Street. Red Cross Blood Drive set Friday at VAMC in Tuskegee People who donate blood are community heroes. They know that each pint of irre- placeable fluid can save three lives. They know that keeping the nation's blood supply at an adequate level is essential for public safety. They care about their neighbors. They are leaders in their communities. The problem is, there aren't enough heroes. Your community and the American Red Cross need to find more heroes right away. In Tuskegee, the American Red Cross is asking you to add your name to the list of community heroes by rolling up yotu~ sleeve for the Red Cross blood drive. There is an 85 percent chance that you, a family member, or someone you love will need blood in an emergency. That blood needs to be ready, 24 hours a day, seven days a week. If you wait until the emergency occurs, it's too late. The Red Cross needs about 48 hours to safely col- lect, test, and pr(~cess, blood before it is ready for transfusion. Eleven tests are now con- ducted on each pint of blood to make it the safest in history. The American Red Cross Blood Services is one of the first in the nation to offer the lat- est technology called leuko-reduction, where white cells have been removed to reduce even further tim tiny chance of transfusion reaction, q~lis process makes the blood sup- ply even safer. Anyone in good health over 17 year of age and weighing 110 pounds can help their fel- low citizens by donating the most precious gi~, the gift of life, on Friday, July 28. Central Alabama Health Care System (VA) will have a drive from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. All blood types are needed, but type O and type B donors are the most sought at~r. The Red Cross strives to maintain a three-day supply at all times. Not only does your dona- tion help those in immediate need of trans- fusions, but also cancer patients, those suf- fer- from kidney disease, leukemia, and hepatitis depend on the Red Cross for help. The Red Cross is also on hand to provide assistance to local disaster victims as well as throughout the nation. Your Red Cross also provides CPR and first aid training to indi- viduals, water safety training and certifica- tion, and fills several other community needs. Whenever the Red Cross is needed, wen be there. Now, the Red Cross needs local heroes to step forward so the nation's blood supply will be there when we need it. CONLEY, Curtis It. Jr., 86, a resident of Tuskegee Tuesday, July 18, 2000 in Ihskegee. The funeral was 22, from Greenwood Missionary Baptist Church. Canteh)w III officiated. Burial followed in Curtis was a graduate of Tuskegee University, Class of survived by his wife, Hrxriet Clarke CoNey of Tuske sister, Cynthia Threadgill, Birmingham; nephews, Hueytown, and Cecil CoNey, Nashville, Tenn.; and Dorothy Conley, Tuskegee; brothers-in-law, Sylvanust and John (Leida) Clarke, Tuskegee Institute; and other friends. JACKSON, Evangelist Clara Lee, a resident of Sunday, July 16, 2000 in ~askegee. The funeral was 22, at the Peoples Funeral Home Chapel with Rev. ciating. Burial followed in Beulah Cemetery in Peoples Funeral Home directing. Memories will be devoted daughter, Dorothy Greene, Jersey City, N.J.; Christian Pickett, Auburn, Mary Hams, Dayton, Crimes and Elizabeth Dowdell, Loachapoka, Gertie Atlanta, Ga., and Evangelist Margarett (Frank) Pogue, two brothers, Roosevelt Pickett, Elber, Ga. and Dayton, Ohio. In respect of Tommie Lee Epps and Jack of nieces, nephews, other relatives and friends. STROUD, Maybell, a resident of Tuskegee, 2000. Services were Saturday, July 22, from with Roy Copeland officiating. McKenzie Funeral Home Staff directed. Her survivors daughters; Daisy Hill, Bronx, N.Y., Annie (Frank) Ernestine Sanford, both of Tuskegee; four sons, E. V. West Palm Beach, Fla., William (Ethel) Crawley and both of Tuskegee, and Charles Stroud, Brooklyn, N.Y.; grandchildren, other loving relatives and friends. Ut~HAW, Lillie, a resident of Tuskegee Institute, July 17, 2000. The funeral was Saturday, July 22, Baptist Church with Roy Copeland officiating. Interment t Greenwood Cemetery with McKenzie's Funeral Home survivors included her children, Alyston and Stellveta; law, Amfie Upshaw; two brothers, Stenward (Doris) Tuskegee and Perley Simmons Jr., Hartford, Conn.; one Simmons, Cambridge, Me.; two granddaughters; four great-grandsons; one great- granddaughter; and a nephews, other relatives and friends. Adrienne Biggers Doctor of Miss Adrienne N. Biggers received her Doctor of degree on Friday, June 2, from The University of (Memphis), which is ranked among the tot macy in the United States. Majoring in chemistry in biology, she completed her undergraduate degree at that same institution. Adrienne successfully completed the Tennessee Pharmacy Exams and is presently employed in Memphis. She is a member of Zeta Phi Beta Sorority and is of Denzella M. Biggers (Memphis) and (Tuskegee). Love Last 35 years Married Richard and Ann Harvey Hers: Impression Of My Husband On Our First Meeting I was attracted to Richard because of his high energy level, he was exceptionally polite, and had a witty sense of humor that kept a smile on my face. His: Impression Of My ~,Vife On Our First Meeting It would be great to know her better. The Keys To Keeping The Marriage Together The longevity of our marriage is attributed to praying together, family com- mitment and mutual respect. We established common goals as well as gave each other individual freedom to pursue personal goals. Saying "We" rather than "1" and meant "it". Pictured: William Foshee discusses his dream of services at Community with Jennie Rhii Administrator/CEO. He he hopes his recent inspire others to give Community Hospital non-profit organization in 1992, the Foundation funding to assist Hospital in the purchase of ment and capital im better serve patients and the June 17, 2000 Mrs. Jennie R. Rhinehart, President community Hospital Foundation P.o. Box 78o7OO Tallassee, AL 36023 Dear Mrs. Rhinehart: ~ -" """ ie L Foshee, Mr, William ea i or and in memory oj ~rs. ~Lnn • . " n ' oshee, we would like to e~ress 5p a~'ng~°oo ,nd bablt Saddra Joa 'y, .... ’a~-,ital has meant to Nora )~rnota .wo,,,-,., -. .... ~ what CommumoJ --~'or our sincere appreclauou j"" and me f°r over twenty ~lears'..iven' the dedication of the doctOrf, nu~'l qhe care we were.ana ,,~ ~ be a reciated The courtesy ana I", . -rr , ,~ .c. ,,, wffl always pp ~ + ~\'/~o,,. an exverience mat w,, a~ atl. 111~ o~--jj r .... ,,r everu neea ru~, .',-'-" - "~ concern of ail empJ°YefS " v'" -' trices is much ap reaated. I know alwas ~e remenwerea.. • available se • t too distant "m rovement m tfiat m t~ no . A~, the ~ p ~ ....... ether as theq have , _c,_c;,. ~rea including • ,,ith evemone worrqr~y ~/4l ---c.,~(e for the veopte oj .... - _. :. al,,u~e -a?,,,,o n(ore services u~i! ve av.,,~-[, (,~,Z ,e/sonnel to suee°rr m ~.:::L',~ J"~"-'~ --+er and all the equlpmrny,,,-" (. ~,,t seeina the improverrw,,~'. a ?lear~ cv,~.~. .£~. ’oem5 irrtpOSSll)lg tlow, v- o _ ~ co.. mau t~isgo' d, d, k ontinue long after our time Trayerluuy; .... ,, V.~ed on eard has been comptct . William J. 'J:oshee an.( ©ebbie L. Cooke, daughter Communit7 Hos " 805 FRIENDSHIP ROAD ° TALLASSEE, AL