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TIMES-NEWS, HARTFORD, KENTUCKY, OCTOBER 10, 2002, PAGE 2-A Lenwood Rowe Lenwood Rowe, 87, died Tues- day, October 1, 2002, at Ohio County Hospital. The Central Grove native was a member and past song leader of Central Grove Baptist Church, was a coal miner, man- ager of the Red Front Store in Hartford and retired from Westerfield Grocery in Beaver Dam. He was preceded in death by his wife, Myrtle Moorman Rowe in 1996. Survivors include a sister, Louise Moorman of Hartford and several nieces and nephews. Services were Friday at Duke- Bevil Bros. Funeral Home in Centertown with burial in Cen- tral Grove Cemetery near Centertown. Charles Emmett Mingus Charles Emmett Mingus, 771. of Falls of Rough, died Friday, October 4, 2002, at his home. The Breckinridge County na- tive retired as a machinist from Keystone Steel & Wire Co., was a Navy veteran of World War II, a member ofVerlin M. Showalter Masonic Lodge 1172 F&AM in Bartonsville, Illinois, Veterans of Foreign Wars Post 3852 in Falls of Rough and American Legion Post 213 in Tell City, Indiana. Survivors include his wife, Margaret Mingus; a stepson, Gary Gray of Lewisport; a stepgranddaughter; a stepgreat- grandson; three brothers, Robert R. Mingus and Merl Mingus, both of Cloverport, and Donald Dam; a brother, Bobby Foster of Hartford; and several nieces and nephews. Services are at 2 p.m. Thurs- day at Gash Memorial Chapel. Burial will be in Lawrenceburg Cemetery. Visitation is from 2 to 9 p.m. Wednesday and after 8 a.m. Thursday at the funeral home. Expressions of sympa- thy may take the form of con- tributions to Sand Spring Bap- tist Church Building Fund, 1616 Harrodsburg Road, Lawrenceville, KY 40342. Phillip Gilstrap Phillip Gilstrap, 63, of Horse Branch, died Sunday, October 6, 2002, at Jewish Hospital in Louisville. The Jefferson County native was a retired, self-employed painting contractor. He was a Christian and enjoyed playing the guitar and fishing. Survivors include his wife of 18 years, Tina Bandy Gilstrap; three sons, Jeffery P. Bandy, Christopher Gilstrap and Aaron Gilstrap, all of Horse Branch; four daughters, Nancy Lynn Shrum of Calvert City, Rethel Burdin of Hartford and Pamela Gilstrap and Paula Gilstrap, both of Horse Branch; a grandchild; a brother, Will- iam Gilstrap of Owensboro; three sisters, Janet Erb and Rose Lohner, both of Reno, Ne- vada and Joan Boggs of Yucca Valley, California; and a half- sister, Clarice Thomas of Vine Grove. Memorial services are at 5 p.m. Friday at James H. Davis Mary Elizabeth Keith May Elizabeth Keith, 80, of Olaton died Monday, October 7, 2002, at her home. The Hancock County native retired from General Electric in Owensboro and was a mem- ber of Oscar Smith Tabernacle in Owensboro. She enjoyed gardening, sewing and reading the Bible. She was preceded in death by her husband, J.W. Keith St., in 1996 and a son, J.W. Keith Jr., in 1971. Survivors include two sons, Lester Paris of Olaton and Larry Paris of Mount Vernon, Indiana; four daughters, Ruth Ann Belcher, Maxine Head and Emogene Paris, all of Owensboro, and Becky Englehardt of Knoxville, Ten- nessee; 10 grandchildren; 10 great-grandchildren; two great-great-grandchildren; two brothers, Earl Young of Hawesville and Louis Young of Owensboro; and a sister, Dor- othy Hendricks of Owensboro. Services are at 2 p.m. Fri- day at Haley-McGinnis & Owensboro Funeral Home chapel. Burial will be in Olaton Cemetery. Visitation is from 3 to 8 p.m. Thursday and after 10 a.m Friday at the fu- neral home. Beverly J. McGrew Beverly J. McGrew, 71, of Owensboro, died Monday, Oc- tober 7, 2002, at Fordsville Nursing and Rehabilitation Center in Fordsville. MingusofHardinsburg;andfive Funeral Home chapel in The Daviess County native sisters, Virginia Lee Heina of Owensboro. Visitation will be Louisville, Anna Crawford offrom 3 to 5 p.m. Friday at the was a member of Lake Dreamland Baptist Church ardinsburg , abel Kay an i; funer home.: :: and attended" Panther Creek Mary Jo Carter, bothof Baptist Church in Owensboro. Cloverport, and Norma Kerekes P Bryant was p eded in death by of Jeffersonviiie ndiana. She Services were Tuesday at Wallace Funeral Home in Cloverport with burial in Cloverport Cemetery. Trancy Lee Wed- ding Trancy Lee Wedding, 94, of Louisville, formerly of Hartford, died Thursday, October 3, 2002, at Norton Healthcare Pavilion in Louisville. She was a homemaker and a member of Carlisle Avenue Bap- tist Church in Louisville. Her husband, Lewis B. Wedding, died in 1991. Survivors include a sister, Dorothy Price of Louisville, and several nephews and nieces. Services were Monday at Duke-Bevil Bros. Funeral Home in Hartford with burial in Oakwood Cemetery in Hartford. Margaret Foster Hanks Margaret Foster Hanks, 78, of Lawrenceburg, Kentucky died Sunday, October 6, 2002, at the Frankfort Regional Medical Center. The Heflin, Kentucky native was born September 1, 1924. She was the widow of Allen Burford Hanks and daughter of the late J.W. and Lillie King Foster. She was a former em- ployee of Kenrad Rubber Com- pany in Owensboro and Louis- ville and an Avon representa- tive for 25 years. She was a member of the Sand Spring Baptist Church and a former member of the Eastern Star Hamilton Chapter #293. Survivors include three daughters, Margie Drury, Nancy (Ray) Miller, and Lisa (Rex) Burkhead, all of Lawrenceburg; a son, Wayne (Maggie) Hanks of Lawrenceburg; nine grand- children, Jason, Christy and Mindy Hanks, Carissa Rollins, Barry Lynn Drury, Stephanie Miller, Aaron and Molly Kate Burkhead, all of Lawrenceburg and Shane Miller of Lexington. Two great-grandchildren, Blake Rollins and Bryce Jack- son Hanks of Lawrenceburg; two sisters, Ruth Tichenor and Annie Crowe, both of Beaver Paul Bryant, 73, of Superior, Arizona, died there Friday, Oc- tober 4, 2002. The Pleasant Ridge native was the owner of Bryant Con- struction in Superior. He was a member of the Masonic Lodge in Superior and had attended Daviess County High School. He was preceded in death by a son, Jerry Bryant. Survivors include two sons, Wesley Bryant of Globe, Ari- zona and Carl "Flip" Bryant of Eufala, Oklahoma; a daughter, Paula Merten of San Manuel, Arizona; seven grandchildren; a brother, Guy Bryant of Supe- rior; and a sister, Midge Cole of Sierra Vista, Arizona. Memorial services were Tuesday at First Baptist Church in Superior with pri- vate burial. Lamont Mortuary of Globe was in charge of ar- rangements. Expressions of sympathy may take the form of donations to Banner Hospice, 2250 E. Highway 60, Suite B, Miami, Arizona 85539. her husband, Shelby McGrew, on January 12, 1993. Survivors include three sons, Dan McGrew and Gary McGrew of Louisville and Ronald McGrew of Narrows; a daughter, Sherrie Talley of Louisville; nine grandchildren; two great-grandchildren; three brothers, Lewis Krahwinkel, Thomas Krahwinkel and Paul Krahwinkel, all of Owensboro; and a sister, Nancy Ijames of Owensboro. Services are at 12 p.m. Thursday at James tI. Davis Funeral Home chapel in Owensboro. Burial will be in Fordsville Cemetery in Fordsville. Visitation is from 12 - 8 p.m. Wednesday and 9 a.m. - 12 p.m. Thursday at the funeral home. Billy Gene Griffin Billy Gene Griffin, 61, of Owensboro, died Sunday, Octo- ber 6, 2002, at his home. The Ohio County native re- tired from Veterans Cab & Yel- low Cab Co. as a cab driver af- ter 26 years. He was a Baptist and enjoyed fishing and spend- ing time with his family. His wife, Mary Donita Griffin, died May 17, 1994. Survivors include two daughters, Stacy Fields and Malia Dawn Young, both of Owensboro; a stepson, Timothy Glenn Donahue of Owensboro; five grandchildren; six stepgrandchildren; his mother, Deloris Daffron of Owensboro; a brother, Junior Kirk of Owensboro; several nephews and nieces; an aunt; and sev- eral cousins. Services were Wednesday at St. Ann's Chapel at Resurrec- tion Cemetery in Daviess County. Glenn Funeral Home in Owensboro was in charge of arrangements. Expressions of sympathy may take the form of donations to Billy Gene Griffin Memorial Fund, c/o Glenn Fu- neral Home, 900 Old Hartford Road, Owensboro, KY 42303. On October I, Patches White, of Rockport, was ar- rested for failure to appear. White was lodged in the Ohio County Detention Center. On October 3, Chris R. Duncan, of Cromwell, was ar- rested on two warrants charg- ing him with failure to appear. Duncan was lodged in the Ohio County Detention Center. On October 3, Samuel D. Hart, of Hartford, was a ested for driving under the influence third. Hart was lodged in the Ohio County Detention Center. On October 3, Tonia Bray, of Beaver Dam, was arrested for burglary second. Bray was lodged in the Ohio County De- tention Center. On October 3, Phillip Tomlin, of Whitesville, was ar- rested for alcoholic in- toxication. Tomlin was lodged in the Ohio County Detention Center. On October 6, Stephen A. Watson, of Beaver Dam, was arrested for alcoholic intoxi- cation. Watson was lodged in the Ohio County Detention Center. Vonnie Lynn Burks and Jeffery Wayne Burks. Alice Duncan and Elmer Duncan. Linda L. Heflin and Walton D. Heflin. Michelle Dawn Calloway and Jason Aaron Calloway. Brenda Kay Bennett and Rob- ert Bennett. Pamela Lynn Wilkerson and Dennis Wayne Wilkerson. Betty Sue Moore and Ernest A. Moore. Deborah Kay Dockery and Dairl Paxton Dockery. Amy Suzanne Wagner Basham and Frederick J. Basham. Meaghan Nicole Jones and David Alan Jones. Annette M. Evans and Oscar Evan Evans. Patricia Lois Willoughby and Larry Neal Willoughby. Jennifer Jo Howard and Wendell Ray Howard Jr. Rosa Marie Thompson and Jeffery Scott Thompson. Patricia Ann Mueller and Donald Michael Mueller. Jeannie R. McPherson and Mark S. McPherson. Karen Joyce Lindsey, 35, Menomonee Falls, Wisconsin, and Peter Francis Baldus, 39, Menomonee Falls, V r consin. Dana Renee Brown, 29, Horse Branch and Joseph Lee Baize, 26, Beaver Dam. Julie Marie Howard, 31, Bea- ver Dam and David Russell Sandefur, 28, Beaver Dam. Victoria Gayle Givens, 19, Hartford and James Glenn Tucker, 20, Hartford. Robbie Ann Williams, 55, Whitesville and Richard Alo fUs Howar Owensboro. Hon. John M. McCarty Ohio District Court David Ray Daugherty, operat- ing motor vehicle under influ- ence of alcohol. Plead guilty, $450 in fines, operators license suspended 60 days, court costs. No operators license, plead guilty. Jose Louis Alvarez, speeding 15 mph over limit. Plead guilty, fine plus court costs. No opera- tors license, 30 days in jail, sen- tence suspended for two years, fine. Karen Nunn Hayse, no insur- ance. Plead guilty, 60 days in jail, sentence suspended for two years, fine plus court costs. Thomas N. Loney, II; no Ken- tucky registration plates. Plead guilty, fine plus court costs. Jeremy Woolen, theft by de- ception. Plead guilty, 30 days in jail, probated two years on con- dition that no new charge are brought, court costs. Joseph Ray Hoops, violation of emergency protection order. Plead guilty, six months in jail, probated two years, court costs. Phillip A. Tomlin, operating motor vehicle under influence of alcohol. Plead guilty, seven days in jail, credit for time served, fines plus court costs, operators license suspended one year. Third degree terroristic threat- ening, plead guilty, six months in jail, suspended two years. Robert E. Hogan, speeding I0 mph over limit. Plead guilty, state traffic school plus court costs. Hon. Renona C. Browning Ohio District Court Adam E. Davis, speeding 10 mph over limit. Plead guilty, state traffic school plus court costs. Christopher J. Messamore, fourth degree assault-child abuse. Plead guilty, 12 monthJ in jail, credit four months served, balance suspended, court costs. Roxanne Cobb, disorderly conduct. Plead guilty, 20 days in jail, suspended two years, court costs. OHIO COU "rhor,mW wm be cOoudy with periods of will have tkrnos have a mix of ckxKIs and sunshine with a lows in the mid 5ffs Sunday will also be a mix of sun highs in low 60's and lows in me low 40's October 2 86.7 47.6 October 3 84,7 59.7 0 October 4 80.4 58.4 ~) October 5 80,9 46.5 0 October 6 71.9 43.7 .1~ October 7 63.1 48.3 "~ October 8 70.5 44.6 0 2002 PRECIR TO DATE 41.64 Fm|T OuJtattn Published Every ThursdaY by And.y Anderson corP. doing business as Ohio Coum, (USPS 599-500) d Periodical Postage Pal po= Postmaster: Send address chantr=" i ANDY ANDERSON cORP. 314 Main St., RO. 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