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Ford services GRAY Graveside services for Nellie M. Ford, 104 Ford Street, who died Friday (July 3, 1992) will be conducted at 10 a.m. Monday in the Gray Cemetery. Gray Funeral Home is in charge. Nora Goad CHURCH HILL Nora Love Barrett Goad, 69, Route 4, died at 7 a.m.

Sunday (July 5, 1992) at Holston Valley Hospital and Medical Center after a brief illness. She was a lifelong resident of Hawkins County and a member of the Church of the Brethren. She was preceded in death by her husband, J.C. Goad; one son, James R. Goad; one infant son; and her parents, J.C.

and Ida Bell Barrett. Surviving are four daughters, Mrs. Juanite Kern, Mary Sexton, and Mrs. Betty Benton, all of Church Hill, and Mrs. Paula Luster, Greeneville, two sons, William (Bill) Goad, San Pablo, and Bobby Goad, Kingsport; 18 grandchildren; two great-grandchildren; one sister, Mrs.

Roberta Rines, Greenville; three brothers, Paul J. Barrett, Church Hill, Hugh V. Barrett, Sweetwater, Texas, and Haskel Barrett, Rock Island, several nieces and nephews, Calling hours are from 7 to 9 p.m. Tuesday at the Johnson Funeral Home and anytime at the residence. Services will be conducted at 2 p.m.

Wednesday in the funeral home chapel with the Rev. G.W. Jobe and the Rev. Herb Larkin officiating. Burial will be in Bowser Cemetery.

Woodward Huskins JOHNSON CITY Woodward "Woody" Huskins, 79, Route 8, died Sunday (July 5, 1992) at North Side Hospital after a lengthy illness. He was a native of Unicoi County and a son of the late James and Alley Griffith Huskins. He was a member of Milligan College Free Will Baptist Church and had resided in Johnson City for the past 45 years. He was a retired home builder. Surviving are his wife, Verna Ann Harris Huskins, of the home; two sons, Fred Huskins, Johnson City, and Dennis Huskins, Kingsport; four grandchildren; three step-grandchildren; two greatstep-grandchildren; two brothers, Ray and Arlen Huskins, both of Erwin; one sister, Mrs.

Rissey Butler, Erwin; several nieces and nephews. Arrangements are incomplete and will be announced later by Appalachian- Hartman Funeral Home. Lina McDavid DUFFIELD, Va. Lina McDavid, 75, Route 5, died at 3:45 a.m. Sunday (July 5, 1992) in Indian Path Medical Center.

She was born in Scott County, and was a member of the Brick Baptist Church of Rye Cove. She was a housewife. She was preceded in death by her parents, J.D. and Ollie Bishop Wallen. Surviving are her husband, Clifton McDavid, Duffield; six daughters, Janivee Roach, Pontiac, Mrs.

Wanda Good, Clinchport, Mrs. Beulah Bishop and Mrs. Anita Jones, both of Duffield, Mrs. Dremia Bishop, Kingsport, Mrs. Charlotte Lane, Church Hill; four sons, Gerald McDavid, Bruce McDavid, Vernon McDavid, and Sam McDavid, all of Duffield; 19 grandchildren; 19 great-grandchildren; five sisters, Mrs.

Laura Qualls, Kingsport, Mrs. Lucy Stacey, Blountville, Mrs. Mattie DeBord, Sullivan Gardens, Mrs. Bonnie Pepper, Morristown, and Mrs. Lovely Clendenin, Buffalo, S.C.; four brothers, Elbert Wallen and Radford Wallen, both of Gate City, Harim Wallen and Odker Wallen, both of Clinchport.

Calling hours are from 7 to 9 p.m. Monday at Warren Funeral Home and anytime at the residence. Services will be conducted at 2. p.m. Tuesday in the funeral home chapel with the Rev.

Joe Hill and the Rev. Bruce Kerns officiating. Grandsons will serve as pallbearers. Burial will be in the Good Cemetery. McLain services ROGERSVILLE Services for Ivan (Jake) McLain, 58, Route 5, who died Friday (July 3, 1992) will be conducted at 8 p.m.

Monday in the Colboch-Price Fu- "We Care." Carter-Trent Funeral Home Downtown Kingsport 245-4101 Serving Families Since 1954, Monday, July 6, 1992 Kingsport Times-News 5A Summit leaders gather MILLARD FANNON, 72, PenGap, Va. WINONA, FITZGERALD, 79, Gray. NORA GOAD, 69, Church Hill. WOODWARD HUSKINS, 79, Johnson City. LINA MCDAVID, 75, Duffield, Va.

REV. W.L. ODUM, 80, Cleveland, Va. WILLIAM. OGLESBY, 90, Glade Spring, Va.

MITCHELL RAMSEY, 66, Wise, Va. MARTHA SNYDER, 76, TERRY UNDERWOOD, 18, Appalachia, Va. PARALEE WILDER, 80, Jonesville, Va. Ethel M. Bond Ethel Mae Bond, 204 Dunbar Street, Kingsport, died Saturday (July 4, 1992) at Holston Valley Hospital and Medical Center.

She was a member of Central Baptist Church. She was preceded in death by her husband, William M. Bond. Surviving are four sons, William M. Bond Plano, Texas, Darwin H.

Bond, Columbia, S.C., Marvin E. Bond and Anthony E. Bond, both of Irvin, Texas; two daughters, Mrs. Kathy Bond Evans and Ms. Susan V.

Bond, both of Kingsport; nine grandchildren; one brother, Ray S. Leeper, New Canton, and one sister, Mrs. Fannie Lou Horton, New Canton. Calling hours are from 4:30 to 5:30 p.m. Tuesday at the Central Baptist Church.

Services will be conducted at 5:30 p.m. Tuesday at the church with the Rev. Fredrick L. Gordon and the Rev. W.R.

Leeper officiating. Burial will be in the New Canton Cemetery, New Canton, Tenn. In lieu of flowers, memorial contributions may be made to the Christine LaGuardia Phillips Cancer Center, HVHMC, Kingsport, Tenn. Robinson Funeral Services is in charge. Bonnie Bright BRISTOL Bonnie Alice Bright, 81, 325 Taylor Street, died Saturday (July 4, 1992) in Bristol Regional Medical Center.

She was a native of Scott County, and had made her home in Bristol since 1954. She was the widow of Lindsey Bright and was a member of Gardner's Chapel Primitive Baptist Church. Surviving are one daughter, Cledith Perrigan, Bristol, three sons, Frank Bright, Bluff City, Marvin Bright and Billy Bright, both of Roanoke; seven grandchildren; five great-grandchildren; one step-grandson; one sister, Edith Bright, Bristol, one brother, J.D. Hunsucker, West Alexandria, Ohio; and several nieces and nephews. Graveside services will be conducted at 11 a.m.

Monday in Boohers' Chapel Cemetery, Scott County, Va. with the Rev. Robert Countiss officiating. Oakley-Cook Funeral Home is in charge. Cochrane services ROGERSVILLE Services for William Lasselle Cochrane, M.D., who died Saturday (July 4, 1992) will be conducted at 11 a.m.

Tuesday at St. Henry's Catholic Church with Father Thomas Powers officiating. Calling hours are from 7 to 9 p.m. Monday at Colboch-Price Funeral Home. The body will be taken to Wisconsin for graveside services.

Dudley services Services for Rose Edna Maddox Dudley, 88, formerly, of 5012 Memorial who died Saturday (July 4, 1992) will be conducted at 1 p.m. Monday in the East Lawn Funeral Home Chapel with Sam McCracken and John Pendergast officiating. Burial will be in East Lawn Memorial Park. neral Home Chapel with the Rev. Dennis Hill officiating.

Calling hours are from 6 to 8 p.m. Monday at the funeral home. Graveside services will be conducted at 1 p.m. Tuesday at New Hope Cemetery. Rev.

W.L. Odum CLEVELAND, Va. Rev. W.L. Odum, 80, died Sunday (July Millard Fannon PENNINGTON GAP, Va.

Millard L. Fannon, 72, Route 2, died Saturday (July 4, 1992) at his. home after a brief illness. He was born in Lee County, and resided and farmed i in Hickory Flats his entire life. He was a member of Valley View Primitive Baptist Church where he served as deacon and a member of the Board of Trustees.

He was a charter member of Woodway Ruritan Club and one of the original members of the Good Shepherd Quartet. He was the, son of the late Charlie and Ara Fraley Fannon. Surviving are his wife, Mary Fannon; one son, David M. Fannon, Pennington Gap; one daughter, Margaret Mink, Arlington, two step-daughters, Cindy Smith, Richmond, and Lynn Taylor, Pennington Gap; eight grandchildren; three brothers, Jack Fannon and Morris Fannon, both of Pennington Gap, and Fred Fannon, Brookneal, five sisters, Ethel Hall and Emily Hall, both of Pennington Gap, Mae Coomer, Dryden; Flora Robinette, Staunton, and Mary Billings, Moreland City, several nieces and nephews. Calling hours are from 6 to 9.

p.m. Monday at Sturgill Funeral Home. Services will be conducted at 1 p.m. Tuesday in the funeral home chapel with the Rev. J.H.

Sybert, the Rev. Silas Culbertson, and the Rev. Walter Willis officiating. Friends and relatives will serve as pallbearers. Burial will be in the family cemetery.

Mary Ferrell CHURCH HILL Mary Alice Davis Ferrell, 81, 340 Silver Lake Road, died at 2:15 p.m. Saturday (July 4, 1992) at her home after a long illness. She was a lifelong resident of Hawkins County and was of the Baptist faith. She was preceded in death by her husband, Lon P. Ferrell in 1960, and a daughter, Daisy Ann Ferreil in 1973.

Surviving are three daughters, Lena E. Ferrell and Mrs. Joseph (Lois) Adams, both of Church Hill, and Hilda Gonce, Johnson City; six sons, James T. Ferrell, Kyle Mac Ferrell, Amos C. Ferrell, Carl W.

Ferrell, and Paul C. Ferrell, all of Church Hill, and Raymond Ferrell, Cocoa, 25 grandchildren; 24 great-grandchildren; and one brother, George Davis, Rogersville. Calling hours are from 7 to 9 p.m. Monday at the Johnson Funeral Home and anytime at the residence. Services will be conducted at 2 p.m.

Tuesday in the funeral home chapel with the Rev. Carl W. Ferrell and the Rev. Clifford Crigger officiating. Burial will be in the Howe's Chapel Cemetery.

Winona Fitzgerald GRAY Winona F. Fitzgerald, 79, 638 Ford Creek Road, died Sunday (July 5, 1992) at her residence after a lengthy illness. She was a native of Washington County and a member of Buffalo Ridge Baptist Church. She was preceded in death by her husband, Jessie Fitzgerald in 1986. Surviving are two daughters, Betty Bacon and Mary Davison, both of Gray; two sons, Harold Fitzgerald, Gray, and Larry Fitzgerald, Jonesborough; seven grandchildren; three great-grandchildren; several nieces and nephews.

Calling hours are from 6 to 8 p.m. Monday at Gray Funeral Home. Services will be conducted at 8 p.m. Monday in the funeral home chapel with Dr. Gene Lasley and the Rev.

James Deakins Jr. offi- ciating. Neighbors and family will serve as pallbearers. Graveside services will be conducted at 10 a.m. Tuesday in the Gray Cemetery.

5, 1992) at his home. A native of Bristol, he had lived in the Spring City community of Russell County for the past 32 years. He served as pastor of the Spring City Baptist Church for the past 38 years. He was preceded in death by three children, JoRita Odum, Stanley Odum and Phil Odum. Surviving are his wife, Lucille Haga Odum, Cleveland; one daughter, Mrs.

Jerry, (Linda) Bishop, Jonesville, five grandsons; two sisters, Mrs. Guy (Bonnie) Tester and Mrs. Harmon (Mamie) Morton, both of Brisioi, two brothers, Donald E. Odum and Rev. Arthur Odum, both of Bristol, Va.

Calling hours are from 6 to 8 p.m. Tuesday at the Spring City Baptist Church. Services will be conducted at 8 p.m. Tuesday at the church with the Rev. Walter Burrell, the Rev.

Brent. Logan, and the Rev. Scott Campbell officiating. Deacons and former deacons of Spring City Baptist Church will serve as pallbearers. Graveside services will be conducted at 11 a.m.

Wednesday in Mountain View Cemetery in Bristol, Va. Russell County Funeral Home is in charge. William Oglesby GLADE SPRING, Va. William Albert Oglesby, 90, died Saturday (July 4, 1992) at the Valley Health Care Center in Chilhowie. Surviving are four sons, James Douglas Oglesby, Escondido, William Mills Oglesby, Leonardtown, Albert Micaiah Oglesby, Putney, and Francis Clyde Oglesby, Princeton, N.J.; one stepson, Charles A.

Keister, Bristol; one step-daughter, Lillian K. Rexford, Topeka, 10 grandchildren; four step-grandchildren; eight great-grandchildren; and one brother, Frank L. Oglesby, Kingsport. Calling hours are from 7 to 9 p.m. Tuesday at the Williams Funeral Home in Chilhowie.

Services will be conducted at 11 a.m. Wednesday at the Glade Spring Presbyterian Church at Old Glade with the Rev. Delacy Allen Andrews Jr. officiating. Graveside services will be conducted at 1 p.m.

Friday at the Sparta Presbyterian Church Cemetery, Sparta, N.J., with the Rev. Dr. David R. Aaronson officialing. In lieu of flowers, memorials may be made to the American Heart Association.

Mitchell Ramsey WISE, Va. Mitchell (Charles) Ramsey, 66, died Saturday (July 4, 1992) at his home. He was a of World War 11, serving in the U.S. Navy, and was a member of Nash's Chapel. Surviving are his wife, Hazel Easterling Ramsey; one son, Charles M.

Ramsey, Wise; three daughters, Joyce Hess, Yvonne Whitaker and Sheila Pippin, all of Wise; seven grandchildren; five sisters, Patsy Hill, Welcome, N.C., Nadine Burdine, Norton, Betty Ramsey, Jean McConnell and Trudy Burdine, all of Wise; several nieces and nephews. Calling hours are after 6 p.m. Monday at the Sturgill Funeral Home. Services will be conducted at 11 a.m. Tuesday in the funeral home chapel with the Rev.

David Walters officiating. will be in Powell Valley Gardens in Big Stone Gap. In lieu of flowers, contributions may be made to the Velta Collins Holyfield Nursing Scholarship, Clinch Valley College, College Wise, Va. 24293. Understanding People? McQUEEN HEARING CENTER "Since 1955" 247-1616 1-800-777-8936 1936 Brookside Dr.

Open: Kingsport, TN Mon. -Friday Martha Snyder Martha Love "Ma" Snyder, 76, died Saturday (July 4, 1992) at Indian Path Medical Center after a brief illness. She had been a resident of Kingsport for the past 50 years, moving here from Rogersville. She was a member of Pleasant View Baptist Church, the Young Ladies Sunday school class and the Good Samaritan Circle. She was preceded in death by four sisters, Ruth Odom, Kate Barker, Ethyl Barker, and Bertha Lawson, and one brother, Dave Barker.

Surviving are her husband, Dewey G. Lawson; two daughters, Ms. Janice Barnes, Atlanta, and Mrs. Jimmie (Marlene) Maness, Rogersville; four grandchildren; one great-grandchild; four brothers, Jack Barker, Rogersville, Hugh Barker, Kingsport, Ace Barker, New Canton, and Charlie Barker, Gate City, Va. Calling hours are from 6 to 9 p.m.

Monday at Hamlett-Dobson Funeral Home, downtown. Services will be conducted at 2 p.m. Tuesday at Pleasant View Baptist Church with the Rev. Stanley Sims officiating. The body will lie in state 30 minutes prior to services.

Burial will be in Oak Hill Cemetery. Terry Underwood APPALACHIA, Va. Terry Lynn Underwood, 18, died Tuesday (June 30, 1992) in Roswell, Ga. of injuries received in an automobile accident. He was a student at Appalachia High School and participated in track, chorus, and DECA.

stepmother, William Lynn Surviving are his father and Loretta Underwood, Crossville, his mother and stepfather, Theresa and Stoney Lynn Garrett, Exeter, and one sister, Chrystal Lou Ann Underwood, Exeter. Services were conducted July 3 in the chapel of the Bilbrey Funeral Home with burial in the Rinnie Cemetery in Crossville, Tenn. A memorial service will be conducted at 7 p.m. Monday at the First Christian Church in. Appalachia, Va.

with the Rev. Billy McDonald officiating: Courtesy of the Roy A. Green Funeral Home. Paralee Wilder JONESVILLE, Va. Paralee Wilder, 80, died Sunday (July 5, 1992) at her residence.

She had spent most of her life in Lee County and was a member of Fleenor's Chapel Baptist Church. She was preceded in death by one son, Harrison Wilder Jr. and one daughter, Barbara Kay Wilder. Surviving are her husband, Harrison Wilder; one son, Robert (Bob) Wilder, High Point, N.C.; six daughters, Ruby Jerrell, Rose Hill, Rose Wilder, Wilmington, N.C., Lovada Cope, Margie Minor, Nancy J. Harvel, and Martha S.

Harvel, all of Jonesville; 16 grandchildren; 21 great-grandchildren; and one sister, Mrs. Roy (Alma) Hobbs, Rose Hill. Calling hours are from 6 to 9 p.m. Monday at the Arney-Mullins Funeral Home. Services will be conducted at 11 a.m.

Tuesday in the Fleenor's Chapel Baptist Church with the Rev. Dee Owens and Ed Woodard officiating. The body will be taken to the church one hour prior to services. Burial will be in the Slemp Cemetery. EAST LAWN Funeral Home and Memorial Park In your time of need or if you wish to Pre-Plan East Lawn is here to help.

288-2081 4997 Memorial Blvd. Kingsport Continued from page 1A Bush, one of the last leaders to arrive in Munich, wasted no time getting about the business of the summit, holding a working dinner with French Presi: dent Francois Mitterrand. At the conclusion of the dinner, French officials reported no specific breakthroughs in the impasse between the United States and France over farm subsidies and said Bush and Mitterrand had discussed the issue for only 10 minutes. German Chancellor Helmut Kohl, the summit host, said in a television interview that he did not expect the three days of talks to make any major progress on trade. French officials, speaking on grounds of anonymity, said that Bush and Mitterrand spent most of the evening discussing plans for creating a French-German military corps whose formation the U.S.

government fears would undermine the role of NATO. Mitterrand's government is seen by the United States as the chief roadblock to a successful conclusion of talks aimed at liberalizing world trade because of its objections to cutting farm subsidies. The summit was to begin Monday at a former royal palace in the center of this 800- year-old city. Security was extremely tight as the city put 000 police officers on patrol and took other precautions to avoid the terrorism that marred Munich's last moment in the world spotlight, the 1972. summer Olympics.

Just as last year's summit in London was dominated by the first-ever appearance of a communist then-Soviet President Mikhail at capitalism's most exclusive gathering, this year's summit was preoccupied with how the West should respond to Yeltsin. Bush urges Poles' reforms Continued from page 1A grants or loans. So far, the United States has provided Poland with about $4 billion in assistance, including $2.6 billion in debt forgiveness. The president said he would take the proposal to the sevennation economic summit in Munich, Germany, where he traveled after his brief, symbolic Polish visit. Bush also announced a $10 million housing assistance package to implement previously announced programs.

Behind the public harmony, there was some presidential displeasure about the trade advantages Poland is giving the European Community. Imports from the 12 European countries enter Poland with no tariffs, or very small ones, while American imports carry duties of 10 to 25 percent. Marlin Fitzwater, the presidential spokesman, said Bush was "very tough" with Walesa in a private meeting. "Poland has cut a special deal with the EC and it puts the United States at a disadvantage," Fitzwater said. Polish officials have suggested the solution may be a free trade accord with the United States, but it could take years to negotiate while European firms get a foothold in Poland with computers and other products.

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