A curfew was imposed and members of Michigan’s National Guard were brought in to help restore order.
Across town, Larry Reed (Algee Smith), lead singer with aspiring unsigned R&B outfit The Dramatics, smarting at having the group’s big-break at a show featuring Martha & The Vandellas cut short on account of the riots, takes a room at the Algiers Motel, and he and his younger friend Fred (Jacob Latimore) hook up with a couple of white girls (Hannah Murray and Kaitlyn Dever) looking to experience the sexual revolution.
White, of Wayside, MS, Debra Wools of Colony, KA, and Margaret Bryant of Flowood, Ms Visitation will be at Stricklin-King Funeral Home in Yazoo City Monday August 28 – A. Graveside services will be Monday August 28 at Coopersville Baptist Church Cemetery in Morton, MS. Adams (Gloria), and Rene Adams Thompson (Greg), his grandchildren Lindsey Taulbee Broadus (Craig), Christopher Brian Adams (Rebecca), Aaron Ryan Adams (Renee), William Howard Adams, Whitney Graham Hardison (Russell), Elizabeth Adams Ellet (Mike), Andrew Taz Alias (Mary Kendal), Caitlyn Rae Adams, Cody Lee Thompson, Macey Elise Adams, and ten great grandchildren. Adams will be remembered most for his exemplary Christian values, his deep rooted devotion to his wife and family, and his many years of public service. Adams served his country in the United States Army from 1956-1959. Celebration of the life of William Bryant Adams, Sr. A homemaker she was a member of Parkview Church of God. Internment will follow in Midway Baptist Church Cemetery with Rev. He was predeceased by his parents Curtis Woods and Pearlie Wiltcher Woods; brothers, Wesley (Imogene), Luther (Christine), Charlie (Lorene), Leon (Nell), Johnny (Louise) and sister Lida Downs (Grady). Woods was a life-long resident of Yazoo County, leaving only to serve his country during the Korean Conflict as a hospitalist in the Navy for four years. Woods attended Benton Public Schools where he met the love of his life since 7th grade, Betty Lou Williams.
Betty Saxton Potter, 75, of Yazoo City passed away at her residence Tuesday August 22, 2017. Internment will follow in the Saxton Family Cemetery located at Kenny Saxton's residence in the Midway Community. Adams is preceded in death by his parents and one grandson, Jeremy Cleo Graham. He retired from the Mississippi Bureau of Narcotics following a lucrative career in law enforcement, which was his true passion. Adams was employed by the Yazoo County Sheriff’s Office, the Pascagoula Police Reserves, Bellaire Texas Police Department, and the Jackson County Sheriff’s Department. Adams had an unwavering assurance that God was the forefront of his existence. His strong belief in Christ was evident through both his words and his actions. Adams was an extraordinary role model to younger generations and was his absolute happiest when he was surrounded by those he loved. Adams never met a stranger, and to know him was to love him. will be held at Stricklin-King Funeral home in Yazoo City on Wednesday August 23, 2017. Survivors are her husband Jeff Hasty, aunt; Rita & Jery Hopkins of Saucier, MS, brothers Tommy Boyanton & Buddy Boyanton of Yazoo City, ½ brothers; Daniel Douglas & David Hester of Westland, MI, and by her puppy an Australian Shepard “Bandit”. Both attended Holmes Junior College after graduation and before he joined the Navy.
Actress and model who co-hosted Night After Night and had roles in The Fresh Prince of Bel-Air and The Scorpion King.
She played Maria in a production of West Side Story. She got married to Tony Cornelius and had a daughter, Christina Marie.
I was so in hopes that I would get this done while Ron Harman was out of town so that I could surprise him but...didn't happen.
Actually though, whenever I finally get it done, it always surprises him! We kicked the New Year off with my CD "Written In Song" and it is such an exciting ride.
Pamela Dianne Jones, 63, of Christmas Place Road in Holmes County, passed away at her residence Friday August 25, 2017.
Amy Hunter (born May 6, 1966) is an American actress and model.
She has had roles on a number of television series and daytime soaps, co-hosted The Comedy Channel's Night After Night, and went on location for ESPN's Women in Sports.
Amy was a special guest host on Soul Train, the weekly series where she met her husband, Tony Cornelius, son of creator-producer, Don Cornelius.
They had a daughter, Christina Marie, then later divorced.