Dorothy Clements Spence Mitchum (above, with husband Robert), a writer and the widow of the late actor Robert Mitchum, died at Serenity House hospice in Santa Barbara, Calif., on April 12. Born in Camden, Delaware, Spence met Mitchum, two years her elder, when she was 14, after a brief courtship with his younger brother John. In 1952 Dorothy gave birth to a surprise third child, a daughter.
Though it can hardly be claimed, on the evidence of extant literature, that a definite and consistent belief in the limbus patrum of Christian tradition was universal among the Jews, it cannot on the other hand be denied that, more especially in the extra-canonical writings of the second or first centuries B.(Late Latin limbus ) a word of Teutonic derivation, meaning literally "hem" or "border," as of a garment, or anything joined on (cf. In theological usage the name is applied to (a) the temporary place or state of the souls of the just who, although purified from sin, were excluded from the beatific vision until Christ's triumphant ascension into Heaven (the "limbus patrum"); or (b) to the permanent place or state of those unbaptized children and others who, dying without grievous personal sin, are excluded from the beatific vision on account of original sin alone (the "limbus infantium" or "puerorum").In literary usage the name is sometimes applied in a wider and more general sense to any place or state of restraint, confinement, or exclusion, and is practically equivalent to "prison" (see, e.g., Milton, "Paradise Lost," III, 495; Butler, "Hudibras," part II, canto i, and other English classics). Sally is survived by her three children, Cathy (Rocky) Kelman, Pamela (Carl) Stroud, and William (Pam) Morris; four grandchildren and their spouses; five great-grandchildren; sisters, Yvonne Brandt of St. In addition to his parents, he was preceded in death by his wife, Lois Smith and siblings, Loran Smith, Waldon Smith, William Smith, Isabelle Meeker, and Betty Jean Tice. 14 at 4 p.m., at American Legion Post #19, 12168 Laurel Rd., Laurel. Condolences may be sent online to the family by visiting Bert was a building contractor for many years, however, his greatest calling in life was as the ‘Tract Man,’ giving out his homemade tracts (pamphlets) about God’s love and plan for salvation to anyone who would receive it. She is survived by her sister, Kay White (Sonny); brother, Douglas Morgan (Nancy); step-children, David Lynch and Denise Jones (David); granddaughters, Jennifer Brittingham, Andy Jones and Amanda Jones; nieces, Christina Voss and Dianna Kelley; great-nephew, Connor Voss; and her godson, Todd Ruark (Heather). She was a member of the Nanticoke River Yacht Club. Her primary goal in life was to love and support her family. He is survived by his son, Doug Smith of Laurel; son-in-law, Ralph “Buster” Richardson III of Georgetown; sister, Ruth Ann Tingle and her husband Maurice of Whitesville; grandchildren, Sallie Davis, Ralph “Bo” Richardson IV, John Richardson, Stacy Toomey, and Dough Smith Jr.; 10 great-grandchildren and several nieces and nephews. Arrangements are in the care of Hannigan, Short, Disharoon Funeral Home in Laurel. ex: $("table").float Thead();');h=Reflow&&h;var D=C.find("thead:first"), E=C.find("tbody:first");if(0==D.length)throw new Error("j Query.float Thead must be run on a table that contains a element");var F, G, H=!