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THE TUSKEGEE NEWS Thursday, December 6, 1979 PAGE !! HOWARD F. Howard, 31, of Town, N.C., died Week. Funeral services lasl Thursday at AME Zion Church. M. It. Hubbard with burial in Ihe card cemetery, Pe(,- Funeral Home in ~'ARRIE McKENZIE attic M. McKenzie, nf McKenzie Funeral in Tuskegee, died Funeral services Wednesday from Baptist Church with ".Leonza Harris burial in St. John elery Notasulga. Not asulga. include three Willie V. Harris, st it ute, Willie L. Mrs. Emma Phoenix, Ariz.; George Harris New Jersey, Mark Det roit ; one "Willie L. Moss, five nieces; three was a member of Star, the National Direct,ors Associa- ' Al~/bama Funeral ~turs Association, and a member of the East Funeral Directors ZULA D. HALL Zula D. Hall, 74, of 8outh Main St. died Funeral services- from Greenwood in Montgomery, nephew, Rev. S. T. in, officiating. Burlon's Home of Tuskegee include nine eight nephews; one C. F. Thom- sist ers-in-law, Mrs. McCullough and Mrs. Hall, all of Montgom- ices is I Members of I he Ninth WILSON O'NEAI, Episcopal District went to i he St. John AME Church, Wils,m O'Neal of Ri. 3 Birmingham, the Rt. Rev. Tuskegee died recently in a Philip R. Cousin, presiding h)calh(}spitaI. Funeralservi- prelate, Rev. R. J. King, ces were las~ Thursday from Beulah Bap~isl Church with IJ'_" ___ ,he Rev. W. Th,)mpson]~.m .fficialing, burial in Ihe m 1Lirm ii w Church Cemetery, McKen- zie Funeral Home of flamed Tuskegec direci in~,~. Survivors include his wife, Mrs" Clara O'Neal' Wuske- fo h gee; Ihr(-daughlers, Mrs. Vender R. Hubbard. I)e- troll. Annie Cannon. Tuske- Kim Davis of Tuskegee gee, and Mrs. Ella O. F'ride, Inslit ul e will represent. Troy I_)etr.it; one s,m, R.ger Sac Universi y in Glam-ur O'Neal, Tuskegee; ,me sis- magazine's 1980 Top Ten ler, Mrs. Hannah Young, College Women Competi- Notasulga; wo aunls, Mrs. iion. Annie Williams, Tuskegee, She will compete with Mrs. Legusla Gilmore, olher young women from Cambridge; one uncle, colleges and universities Professor Edmond O'Neal, throughout the country in Bosl.n; 5,ur ~,Tandchildren. Glamour's search for 10 .u~ standing students. CI,AUI)I;; LEEK A panel of Glamour edit ors will select the Claude Milford Leek, 87, winners on I he basis of their ,)f N,)lasutga died last week achievemems in academic in a Tallassee hospital, sludies and/or achieve- Funeral services were last men~s in personal, campus week aL Williams Chapel or community activities. Uni~ ed Me1 hodist Church in The 1980 Top Ten College Little Texas community. W,,men will be featured in Rev. Billy Ailen and Rev. Glamour's August College Iv,)m I,ivingsi,)n officiating, Issue. During May. June or in~ermenl in Little Texas July, 1he 10 winners will Cemetery. come *o New York on an Surviv.rs include his wife, all-expense-paid trip Io meet Mrs. lqea~rice Dobbs Leek, i he Glamour staff, receive a Notasulga: four daughlers, $500 cash prize, visit some of Mrs. Inez Higgins, Anniston, i he cily's finest restaurants, Mrs. I,ucile Anderson, nigh~spots and cultural Bynum, Mrs. Suvilla Jacks, ceniers, and meet with a lop Monlgomery, Mrs. I.ydia professional in their field. Belle Nickerson, Sylacauga; Kim, Ihe daughler of Mr, i wo sons, Charles L. Leek, and Mrs. L. W. Davis, was Birmingham, Claude M. recently crowned the first Leek, VA hospital; three black Homecoming Queen at slepdaughters, Mrs. Willie TSU. Mae Casaday, Notasulga, A graduate of the Mrs. Ar ine Griggs, N.lasul- Barbizon School of Model- ga, Mrs. Ruby Rhodes, ing, she is a broadcast Tallassee, one stepson, journalism major at Troy Lul her Ingram, I.ufkin, S~ale, where she is a Texas; a host of grandchil- reporler for WTSU-TV's dren, greal-grandchildren, Nightly News program and and great-great-grandchil- for The Trop, sludem-edited dren. newspaper. hosl pastor and Rev. R. W. Hilson, host presiding elder, Io allend the Silver Wedding Anniversary of Bishop and Mrs. Philip R. Cousin, the Presiding El- usln no der's Council and Evaluat ion Conference. The anniversary celebra- lion of Bishop and Mrs. Cousin feat ured a salutation from Ihe Honorees. LIFE MEMBERSHIFS-Tuskegee Alumni chapter of Kappa Alpha Psi confers 50-year life memberships to L.A. Green and John Welch. Standing by and presenting certificates is L. A. Hayden. The certificaes were given at a dinner for Kappa wives and sweethearts at the Holiday Inn. "I~ is our wish Iha~ this anniversary celebrali,,n will symbolize f.r qhe,: whole community of faith the joys .f Chrim tan marriage," t hey said. Rev. P. H. I,ewis, pastor, Beihel AME Church. Mo- bile, and candidaie for Bishopric in 1980, presided. Inv,}ca~ion was given by Hey. Z. I-). Hardwick and I he occasion by Hey, E. I,. Blankenship. The renewal vows; 25th anniversary rile. prayers, commbment charge given by ~wo of ~heir sons, Rev. Philip Cousin Jr. and B, ev. S. H. C.usin were featured. Words of ~ribule from the presiding elders, pastors, .rganiza~i,,ns, laymen and legal o,uncil were given. Mayor Andrew Hayden represen~ ed~he I,egal Coun- cil. The Cousin family fea- ures five sons, Ihree of whom are minislers. Bishop and Mrs. Cousin in response were elated, and expressed joy and gra~il ude for encoumers faced and ~he courage to push forward. A wedding reception followed. Roses highlighled , he decorat ions, while floral centerpieces adorned Ihe iables wi~h while I~alian lace Dr. Doris E. Ford, Macon Coun iy Christmas Seals chairman, alerts residents of Macon County that the 1979 campaign is m)w under way. Christmas Seals have been mailed and she urges everyone ~o answer immedi- ately and help support the Alabama Lung Association's fighi against lung disease. "Las~ year Macon County raised $2,872 in comribu- ions, and I am confidem this year we will exceed tha~ figure," said Dr. Ford. "I know I-can count on all ~he citizens of ~his county to suppori i he 1979 Chrislmas Seal campaign. Remember, i:'s a ma~ler of life and breai h." The Chris~ mas Seals were designed by youngsters from kindergarten ~hrough hird grade. There is one fr.m every s~a~e, ~he Disi rio of Columbia, Puer~ o Rico, ihe Virgin Islands and Guam. Alabama's seal ~his year was designed by Leigh FI.wers, a firs~ grade s uden~ al Cherokee Bend Elemeni ary School, Bir- mingham. c.vers. The reception was spon- s.red by ~he Ninth Episco- pal Disiric~ in appreciation and esteem for i he leader- ship of Bishop and Mrs. Cousin. The Rev. Dr. Theodore Kirkland. Br(,.kins Commu- nity Church, Los Angeles, broughi ihe "'holy ghosl message" ~o a capacity c,,ngregaiion. The ('all to church membership by Rev. W. M. Boddie was also a challenge. The offering and announcemem s foil-wed. W,,rds ,,f Ihanks were expressed io Rev. Kirkland f.r he message. General InsuranceAgency AUTO-HOME--BUSINESS-PERSONAL-LIFE ACCIDENT & HEALTH--LIABILITY-BONDS CALL US 72 7.4120 702 Montgomery Road Tuskegee Inst., Alabama OUR MOTI . Courtesy-- Efficiency--Service "Insure with Old Reliable Stock Companies" the tire... Specialist Curtis a trained tire Building the tire. DO@ Cured, almost ready. takes a tire the steps of retread- Tuskegee Service uses the world's 'vr :: - H a n d i e s t B u s i n e s s T o o 1 i County's only tire plant. 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