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Brazzel Oakcrest Funeral Home

Brazzel Oakcrest Funeral Home
1001 South Main Street
Hope, AR 71801
Phone: (870) 777-6772
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Frank H. White, second African-American judge in Pinellas County's ... -

Mon, Jun 25, 2012
Reluctantly, he requested permanent reassignment to civil cases. He retired in 1993, a year before the end of his term. At the time, he said he hoped another black judge would replace him. But there would be no more black judges until 1995, when Myra Scott McNary was appointed as a Pinellas County Court judge. Judge White was born in Decatur, Ala., the eldest of seven children. At age 10, his mother, the principal of a black elementary school, took him to a courtroom to watch a famous trial. Nine black youths known as the "Scottsboro boys" had been accused of raping two white girls. Despite the outcome, decried as an example of racial injustice, a young Frank White was enthralled by the cross-examination of an alleged victim by defense attorney Samuel Leibowitz. "It was a masterpiece," Judge White recalled years later. "He showed that her story wasn't, and could not have been, true." 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.

El Paso boxing match draws crowd despite fears of violence - Los Angeles Times

Mon, Jun 25, 2012
At least 13,000 tickets were sold in advance, officials announced Saturday, and the final crowd was 13,467 -- far fewer than the 20,000 many had hoped would attend. Still, many in attendance said they were thrilled to see El Paso host the championship. “Nothing like this has ever happened! Nothing this big, especially someone who [is] Hispanic like César Chavez,” Maggie Garcia of El Paso told Fox News Latino. Garcia said she was a bit concerned about safety when she arrived. “I am a little worried. You never know,” she said. Announcer Lupe Contreras reminded fans that El Paso is the safest city in America before every fight on Saturday night's card, according to the El Paso Times, which covered the event live via Twitter. University police provided security at the Sun Bowl with help from several other agencies. “It’s not uncommon for special events, like the Sun Bowl, stadium concerts we have...

Detroit Tigers - TeamReport - Chicago Tribune

Mon, Jun 25, 2012
Rick Porcello lasted seven innings Wednesday night and allowed two runs.What it meant for Detroit was four solid starts in a row, something the club will need going forward if it hopes to be a factor in the AL Central. Winning the division is probably the only way any of the Central teams will make the postseason."That was good," manager Jim Leyland said. "I thought he did very well. Now we need a good start from Jacob Turner. That would be beneficial."The Tigers' starters have been ...

Detroit Pistons 2012 Draft Preview - Chicago Tribune

Mon, Jun 25, 2012
Two years ago the Pistons got talented young big man Greg Monroe with the seventh overall pick and followed that up with promising young point guard Brandon Knight at No. 8 in 2011.Now Detroit hopes to avoid the lottery all together in 2013 with the help of the ninth overall selection this time around. The Pistons made progress in Lawrence Frank's first season on the bench in the Motor City and figure to look for a defensive-minded bi...

Council members push to place library backers' initiative on ... - San Jose Mercury News

Mon, Jun 25, 2012
Mayor Chuck Reed has publicly opposed the initiative, saying it would tie the hands of city leaders and possibly force the city to cut police and fire service to maintain libraries. Allen said he hopes Reed and his "coalition'' of budget hawks on the council won't "play politics'' with what he calls an "ethical and moral issue.'' "Unfortunately, the city made a mistake with the handling of the petition, but the fortunate thing is that the city has an opportunity to rectify this,'' said Joseph Okpaku, a spokesman for Councilman Kalra. "This is not about the merits of the petitition, but rather about the fairness of the process.'' Contact Tracy Seipel at 408 275-0140.

Cincinnati Reds - TeamReport - Chicago Tribune

Mon, Jun 25, 2012
Class A Dayton. Stubbs, out since June 6 with a strained oblique, likely will be activated Monday. "A lot of it depends on how he feels, if there are no setbacks at all," manager Dusty Baker said. "Hopefully, he stays healthy the rest of the year. The guy's been healthy. I think it's the first time he's every really been hurt. Even when he's dinged up, he doesn't say much."--RHP Mike Leake will start Sunday's game, and RHP Mat Latos will start Monday's. The Reds want to separate Leake and RHP Bronson Arroyo again. Leake and Latos switched days when Leake was dealing with the flu-like illness. "Leake and Arroyo are so very similar," manager Dusty Baker said. "Plus, we the extra day with the off day, it gave us the liberty to do it."--3B Scott Rolen went 3-for-4 with a two-run home run. It was easily his best game since coming off the disabled list Monday.BY THE NUMBERS: 8.56 -- The Reds' household rating on Fox Sports Ohio, the highest in the majors.QUOTE TO NOTE: "We had some untimely strikeouts. You've got to make contact in that situation. Those will haunt." -- Manager Dusty Baker, on the Reds' failure to get the run in from third with one out in the seventh and the ninth innings Friday in a 5-4 loss to the Twins.

Cincinnati Reds - PlayerWatch - Chicago Tribune

Mon, Jun 25, 2012
Class A Dayton. Stubbs, out since June 6 with a strained oblique, likely will be activated Monday. "A lot of it depends on how he feels, if there are no setbacks at all," manager Dusty Baker said. "Hopefully, he stays healthy the rest of the year. The guy's been healthy. I think it's the first time he's every really been hurt. Even when he's dinged up, he doesn't say much."...

Charlotte native has high hopes at Olympic swim trials - Charlotte Observer

Mon, Jun 25, 2012
Nebraska for the U.S. Olympic Swim Trials, one of the most underrated may be Scot Robison. Robison grew up in Charlotte, became the best swimmer in the ACC while at Virginia and hopes to use this meet as his Olympic coming-out party. “I think my chances of getting to London are very realistic,” Robison said. “I wouldn’t still be swimming if I didn’t think I had a really good shot.” At 5 feet 10 inches, Robison is half a foot shorter than many...

Artist faces wreckage of NY tall ship, carved from 23 tons of New ... - Greenfield Daily Reporter

Mon, Jun 25, 2012
Staten Island resident added, "It took the wind out of my sails." He said he'd worried about leaving his work sitting outside on a Friday night near the bars in the district, but hoped a guard patrolling the area would keep it safe. On Saturday, Long was trying to reconstruct his vandalized creation — a promotion for his line of sand sculpting tools and for an exhibit at the South Street Seaport Museum. "I'm trying to get my mind back into the groove." When completed, his creation will be 10 feet high and occupy a 20-by-20 foot space. The effort started Wednesday, when a truck hauled the tons of sand from the New Jersey shore to lower Manhattan. His mammoth tall ship, surrounded by sandy renderings of lower Manhattan buildings, was coming to life again by Saturday afternoon. "I know I'm going to pull it off," said Long, whose work worldwide has been featured on television's "Travel Channel." Please enable JavaScript to view the comments powered by Disqus.

2-line hed - Knoxville News Sentinel

Mon, Jun 25, 2012
Mosque members say they need a new building because they have outgrown their old space. But the approval of what they hope will eventually become a 52,000-square-foot campus with spaces for worship, special events and athletic facilities shone a spotlight on Murfreesboro's growing Muslim community. Shortly after that approval, mosque opponents began packing county meetings to speak against it. They even held a rally that attracted about 1,000 people, with equal numbers for and against the mosque. In August 2010, the opposition took a violent turn when someone set fire to construction equipment on the site, prompting federal officials to offer a $20,000 reward. That case has not been solved, but on Thursday federal prosecutors filed charges against a Texas man they accused of threatening to place a bomb at the mosque on the 10th anniversary of the 9/11. Some opponents, hoping to reverse the Rutherford County Planning Commission's approval of the site plan, filed a lawsuit in September 2010 asking for a temporary restraining order to prevent construction.

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