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Willoughby Funeral Home Inc
301 North Main Street
Howard , SD 57349
(605) 772-4681
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Miss Shreveport, Miss Greater Baton Rouge win Friday preliminaries - Monroe News Star

Mon, Jun 25, 2012
Miss Louisiana 2012 Pageant, with each of the 36 contestants hoping she has what it takes to bring home the crown at the end of the competition Saturday night at the W.L. “Jack” Howard Theatre in Monroe. Miss Shreveport Carley McCord won the lifestyle and fitness in swimsuit competition, while Miss Greater Baton Rouge Megan Miller won the talent honors.Miller won the talent honors for her singing performance of the...

Frank H. White, second African-American judge in Pinellas County's ... -

Mon, Jun 25, 2012
His family moved to Winter Haven when Judge White was a teenager. He attended Bethune-Cookman College, was drafted into the Army for two years, then finished his undergraduate studies at Howard University in Washington, D.C. He then married Clearwater native Elaine Carson. In retirement, he continued a lifelong pursuit of reading and cared for his wife, who by then suffered health problems. Elaine White, his wife of 60 years, died in April. Judge White also had multiple health problems, including a stroke. His family is now going through folders containing his notes and some writings, much of which center on racial discrimination. "He wrote a lot about that," his brother said. "He wanted to challenge some of the longstanding rules and laws that existed that excluded African-Americans from being real citizens." Andrew Meacham can be reached at or (727) 892-2248.

Charles W. Colson, Watergate Felon Who Became Evangelical Leader, Dies at 80

Sun, Apr 22, 2012
He proposed a political frame-up: planting leftist pamphlets in the would-be killer’s apartment. “Good,” the president said, as recorded on a White House tape. “Keep at that.” Mr. Colson hired E. Howard Hunt, a veteran covert operator for the Central Intelligence Agency, to spy on the president’s opponents. Their plots became part of the cascade of high crimes and misdemeanors known as Watergate. The scandal began to unravel after Mr. Hunt and five other C.I.A. and F.B.I. veterans were arrested in June 1972 after a botched burglary and wiretapping operation at Democratic National Committee headquarters at the Watergate office complex in Washington. To this day, no one knows whether Nixon authorized the break-in or precisely what the burglars wanted. “When I write my memoirs,” Mr. Colson told Mr. Hunt in a November 1972 telephone conversation, “I’m going to say that the Watergate was brilliantly conceived as an escapade that would divert the Democrats’ attention from the real issues, and therefore permit us to win a landslide that we probably wouldn’t have won otherwise.” The two men laughed. That month, Nixon won that landslide. On election night, the president watched the returns with Mr. Colson and the White House chief of staff, H. R. Haldeman. “I couldn’t feel any sense of jubilation,” Mr. Colson said in a 1992 television interview. “Here we were, supposedly winning, and it was more like we’d lost.” Laurie Goodstein contributed reporting. (New York Times)

Sula K. Jones - Lexington Dispatch

Sun, Apr 1, 2012
Church of Christ. She was preceded in death by her parents; husband Stanford Jarvis Jones; daughters Brenda Jones Gathings and Myrna Gayle Jones; son Rayvon Jones; grandson Duane Mode; brothers Howard Koontz, Wade Koontz and Gray Koontz; sister Grace Walser; and half sisters Daphne and Shorty. Surviving are her sons, Dan Jones and Jerry Jones and wife Jamie, all of Lexington; daughter-in-law JoAnnne Jones of Lexington; grandchildren Deanna Smith and husband Rodney, Darryl Jones, David Mode and wife Lora, and Josie and Justin Jones; and great-grandchildren Emily and Caitlin Mode, Steven Jones and Austin and Lauryn Smith. Online condolences may be made at

Dentist Dr. David Benedict Fox was war hero

Sun, Mar 25, 2012
Sallie Sherman Moore Fox. The couple remained together for 54 years, until Mrs. Fox's death in 2001. Mr. Fox is survived by a daughter, Anne Ross of Nashville; two sons, David Fox Jr. and Howard Fox, both of Nashville; a sister, Jean Clippard of Nashville; his brother, Ted Fox of Hot Springs, and six grandchildren. He also was preceded in death by his second wife, Jean Campbell Fox, who died in 2006. A graveside service will be held at 11 a.m. Saturday at Memorial Park, with visitation at Memorial Park Funeral Home beginning at 10 a.m. Services in Nashville will be at 11 a.m. Friday at St. David's Episcopal Church. The family requests that any memorials be sent to MIFA and the Center for Living and Learning on Old Hillsboro Road in Franklin, Tenn. (The Commercial Appeal)

What's yours? Breakfast in Baltimore - Baltimore Sun

Wed, Feb 29, 2012
Sol Levinson & Bros. chapel on Reisterstown Road. "People would pay for that," said Howard Greenblatt, and his friends at the big round table agreed: A "funeral channel" could be a profitable enterprise. Follow @BaltSunLetters for the latest reader letters to The Sun. Certainly, televised services for celebrities and public figures get big ratings. CNN had an average of 5 million viewers over the three hours that it carried the funeral service of Whitney Houston. But, on a strictly local level, there's no telling what the rest of us might be willing to pay to have our going-home services available on regional cable, with Mr. Matz and others providing elegiac commentary. In fact, one could see a whole network of "funeral channel" fr...

Saturday's High School Results - Greenville News

Sun, Feb 26, 2012
AA Upper State Newberry 75, Lee Central 44 NEWBERRY (75): Wilson 9, Booker 9, M. J. Wise 10, Reeder 7, Kahdem Braylow 16, Jalin Alexander 11, Lindsay 4, Miller 9. LEE CENTRAL (44): Moses 9, Wicks 9, Howard 3, Hill 3, Lovely 7, Henley 6, Wilson 4, Benjamin 3. Records: Newberry 25-3, LC 21-4. Lower State North Charleston 66, Marion 55 Upper State Great Falls 49, Landrum 44 Lower State Johnsonville 54, Burke 52 Wade Hampton 51, Clinton 33 WADE HAMPTON (51): Tatum 4, Nikki Young 21, Spry 6, Dillard 9, Malphrus 4, Winiski 3, Bailey 2, Lineberger 2. CLINTON (33): Gabby Bates 10, Simpson 4, Tallman 5, Kiley Frazier 11, I. Kinard 3. Half: WH 27-13. Records: WH 27-1, Clinton 20-7. Lower State Dreher 53, Lower Richland 43 Upper State Columbia 43, Keenan 36 Lower State Bi...

Howard Richardson led Memphis unions, worked behind the scenes

Fri, Feb 24, 2012
Howard Richardson began his working life as a bellman at The Peabody in an era when black employees came and went through the back door and when men were sometimes referred to as "boys." "He felt they were not being treated right," says his daughter, Elois Frazier. Instead of accepting low wages and poor working conditions, Mr. Richardson joined the Hotel and Restaurant Employees and Bartenders In... (The Commercial Appeal)

Dr. Renato Dulbecco, Nobel Laureate, Dies at 97

Wed, Feb 22, 2012
Inder M. Verma, a biologist and former colleague of Dr. Dulbecco’s at the Salk Institute. Dr. Dulbecco shared the 1975 Nobel for physiology or medicine with a former student, Howard M. Temin, and another researcher, David Baltimore. Dr. Temin, who died in 1994, and Dr. Baltimore studied viruses that carry their genetic information in the form of RNA. Dr. Dulbecco looked at viruses that use DNA to store their genetic information. Dr. Dulbecco went on to study breast cancer, pioneering a technique for identifying cancer cells by their genetic signature — the unique proteins displayed on their surface. In 1986, he proposed cataloguing all human genes to gain deeper insights into cancer, providing the intellectual impetus for the Human Genome Project, which was completed in 2003. Renato Dulbecco was born on Feb. 22, 1914, in Catanzaro, Italy, the son of a civil engineer. He loved tinkering as a child; he assembled a vacuum-tube radio so his mother could listen to opera, and built a working electronic seismograph. He graduated from high school at 16 and went on to the University of Torino, receiving his medical degree in 1936. Inducted into the Italian Army as a medical officer in World War II, he was eventually ordered to the Russian front. He recalled that when the train taking him there stopped in Wars... (New York Times)

Birmingham Conservatoire celebrates composer Claude Debussy - The Birmingham Post

Fri, Feb 17, 2012
Birmingham Contemporary Music Group/ SAM (Sound and Music) Apprentice Composer in Residence during which he has worked closely with BCMG and the American composer David Lang, as well as studying with Howard Skempton and Joe Cutler at the Conservatoire. There is a huge allusive pun in the title, with resonances of the obvious ‘Kindertotenlieder’, Mahler’s “Songs on the death of children”. But there is more to Clancy’s composition than that, drawn as it is from Gabriel Orozco’s artwork ‘Obit’. Recently exhibited at Tate Modern, ‘Obit’ is an installation based on single lines taken from obituaries published in the New York Times, and hence the multilayers of Clancy’s title as he composes a song which sets these “found objects”. Clancy describes his approach to the creation of ‘Findetotenlieder’: “By intervening upon Orozco’s ‘Obit’ I’m offering an alternative existence for the work, one in which its function moves from a piece of art to be viewed in space, to one which should listened to in time. “A facet of this is that I’ve had to arrange the order of the specific lines that the audience is to hear, so I’ve edited 729 lines of text down to 30 lines and divided them up into six individual sections or verses.” ‘Findetotenlieder’ is also loosely based on the pop song ‘Someone Great’, as Sean explains: “’Someone Great’ is a song by the American dance punk group LCD Soundsystem. It’s a song that deals with death, but treats the theme quite ambivalently – in my opinion. "All my music over the past number of years has dealt with the popular music that has influenced me whilst growing up to some extent, and I suppose it could be considered a kind of musical psychoanalytical exercise.

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