40 - Savannah Morning News, Wednwaday, August 7,1991 * *
Obituaries Committee Considers
John A. Davto Mr*. Mary Phillip* Eva Harrington,
COLLINS - Louie Kennedy, 71, died
Tuwday it TtttntU Memorial Hoepital in
ELLABELL - John Arthur "John-
nie" Davis, W, died Monday at St. Jo-
STATESBORO - Mrs. Mary Phillip*,
91, died Friday at Bulloch Memorial Hot*
Expanding Bus System
IkftdBvilte after a long illness seph's Hospital in Savannah after a long pital after a long illness.
The TattaaJl County native, a Mer- illness. The Bulloch County native was a • Extending the 1-cent local
dMttit Marine for 27 years, was a member
of Rome Primitive Baptist Church and
The Bryan County native was a re-
tired grocery store operator, farmer and
member of Historical First African Bap-
tist Church in Statesboro.
News Society Editor By RICHARD FOQAUEY
tion sales tax with a portion of the
life insurance agent. He was a U.S. Coast
proceeds to fund CAT capita) needs-**
thf Ohoopee Hunting Club. Surviving are a sister, Mrs. DolUe CAT is projecting it will need $7 mil- *
Surviving are his wife, Mrs. Bessie K. Guard veteran of World War II and a Wiggins of Statesboro; and several Mrs. Eva J. Harrington, 95, a for- A community-wide task force
Kennedy of Collins; two daughters, Mrs. member of Blitchton Baptist Church and nieces and nephews. mer society editor of the Savannah looking at the future operations of lion for 35 buses by 1998 to replace^
Joyce Hadsel of Washington State and American Legion Post 164 in Pembroke. Funeral: 3 p.m. Thursday at Payton's Morning News and the Savannah Chatham Area Transit is consider- its original fleet. ;
Mfs Beth White of Cairo; a son, Gene Surviving are his wife, Mrs. Margie Mortuary in Statesboro, burial in East- Evening Press, died Monday at ing expansion of the public transpor- • Reviewing transit fares on an *
Kennedy of Aiken, S.C.; a stepdaughter, Lowe Davis of Ellabell; two sons, Joey side Cemetery in Statesboro. home after a long illness. tation system's tax base and service annual basis and adjust as needed. ;
Mrs. Lucy Ryals of Reidsville, two broth- Davis of Ellabell and John Chip Davis of The Talbotton native was ap- area throughout Chatham County. • Coordinating private and public ;
ers, Ned Kennedy of Claxton and Jake Pembroke; six daughters, Mrs. Maria pointed society editor in June 1952, Expansion is just one of 19 rec- bus transportation for the 1996 •
Lewis of Lincolnton, N.C., Mrs. Freida Clarence Brown
Williams of Savannah; four sisters, Mrs. MILLEN - Clarence Brown, 69, died and served in that position until she ommendations considered Tuesday Olympic Games. «
Evelyn attacks, Mrs. Doris MitcheU and Sptvy of Pembroke, Mrs. Angie Utley, • Providing express service con- ;
Mrs. Elsie Toler, aJl of Savannah, and Mrs. Donna Starling, Mrs. Cynthia Ste- Tuesday at Bethany Home Nursing Cen- retired. Earlier she had been secre- by task force members, meeting
MM. Ruby Lee Prescott of Florida; and vens and Ms. Cheryl Davis, all of ter of Milien after a long illness tary to William J. Robertson, then monthly since April to identify and necting major employers and em- ;
several grandchildren, great-grandchil- Ellabell; and 14 grandchildren. The Jenkins County native was a editor of the Morning News. discuss major issues facing public ployment centers with large residen-,
dren, nieces and nephews. Funeral: 3 p.m. today at Blitchton farmer and a member of Deep Creek Before joining the newspapers, transportation over the next five tial concentrations. ,
Funeral: 3 p.m. Thursday at McCall Baptist Church, burial in Lower Black Freewill Baptist Church. she was secretary for Bull Street years in Chatham County. • Operating a downtown shuttle
Creek Cemetery in Ellabell. Surviving, all of Millen, are three sis- Michael Harbour, CAT director, to major tourist areas and hotels, ei-
Funeral Home of RefcteviUe, burial in ters* Mrs. Dellie Powell, Mrs. Brunelle Baptist Church for 17 years and
Kennedy Cemetery hear Collins. Morrison Funeral Home in Pem- taught a Sunday school class there. said the recommendations are the ther by bus or trolley replica, with a t
broke. Taylor and Mrs. Ruby Burke; a brother,
Remer Brown; and several nieces and In 1961, the Isle of Hope Method- framework for a plan still to be low, possibly 25-cent, fare.
Mr*. Genia Goldwire nephews. ist Church named its educational fleshed out with comments and pref- • Extending service to the Savan-
Mr«, Kutherine P. Houston Funeral. 3:30 p.m. today at Deep building in her honor after she wrote erences of task force members. nan Electric and Power Co. building I
Mrs. Katherine Powers Houston, 83, SPRINGFIELD - Mrs. Genia Gold-
died Monday at Candler General Hospital wire, 86, died Monday at Efilngham Creek Freewill Baptist Church, burial in a history of the church on the occa- Each member was asked Tues- at the foot of East Bay Street, the'
after a long illness. County Hospital in Springfield. Bennett Family Cemetery. 'C sion of its 100th anniversary. She day to mark a questionnaire with his nearby Radisson hotel (now under;
The Savannah native was a member The Effuigham County native was a Crowe-Fields Funeral Home of Mil- had taught an adult class at the or her agreement or disagreement construction) and East President
of First Friendship Baptist Church. member of Bethel AME Church in Clyo. len. church and was chairman of the on the specific recommendations. Street.
Surviving are a daughter, Mrs. Lilly Surviving are two daughters, Mrs. commission on .membership and When the task force meets next • Coordinating bus services with •
Council of Savannah, and a grandchild. Lula Mae Jackson of Ridgeland, S.C., Walter £. Glass the Savannah College of Art and De-•*
and Mrs. Lenora Kirkland of Springfield ; JESUP - Walter E. Glass, 64, of Jes- evangelism. month, it will receive a detailed fi-
Sidney A. Jones Funeral Home. a son, George N. Goldwire of Springfield; The Rev. George W. Herndon, nancial forecast and more detailed sign, >
up died Saturday at home.
a sister, Mrs. Sallie Young of Clyo; 11 A native of Ware County, Glass lived pastor of the church at the time, said recommendations, including their The recommendations met some-
David L. Varnadore grandchildren; five great-grandchildren; most of his life in Wayne County. at the building dedication, "She has impact on services, Harbour said. opposition.
BAXLEY - Davis Lafayette Varna- and other relatives. Survivors include one son, Walter served tirelessly in numerous offi- A full recommendation will go Bennie Thuersam, a task force;
dore, 76, died Monday at home after a Funeral: 2 p.m. Saturday at Bethel Glass Jr. of Stone Mountain; his mother, cial and unofficial capacities and before the CAT board, the majority member and local businessman,
short illness. Baptist Church, burial in the church cem- Mrs. LUa M. Gibbs of Jesup; and two has contributed immeasurably to of which is the Chatham County said that if there is no guarantee the
The Appling County native returned etery. aunts, Mrs, Ulla Vereen Benjamin and the spiritual and physical growth of Commission, in October. public will support and use an ex-
to Baxley in 1985 after living in Milford, Small Funeral Home of Guyton. Mrs. Estella Best, both of Jesup. the church." panded service, "I can forecast a lot
Funeral: Thursday at 2 p.m. at Ben- If the CAT service area and tax
Conn., for 50 years. He was a retired ma- Surviving are several nieces and base are not expanded throughout of resistance."
chinist and a member of Zoar Baptist Mrs. Oletha Whitley Griffia nett Union Baptist Church in Jesup, buri-
DOUGLAS - Mrs. Oletha Whitley al in Jesup City Cemetery. nephews. the county, an alternative would be The issue of focusing service on
Church. Funeral: 4 p.m. Thursday at Bull tourists also was questioned. CAT
Surviving are two sons, Randall Jack- Griffis, $3, died Sunday at the Medical Royal Funeral Home of Jesup. to expand the Teleride service, for
son Varnadore of Branford, Conn., and College of Georgia in Augusta following a Street Baptist Church, entombment the elderly and handicapped, to all should be serving the citizens of
Ronnie Varnadore of Baxley; three sis- long illness.
Alvin G. Hilton Jr.
in Hillcrest Abbey Memorial Park areas. Chatham County first, Thuersam
ters, Mrs. Louise Gibson of Naples, Fla., The Coffee County native had lived Mausoleum. Such action "would require ex- said.
most of her life in the Douglas area. She AJvin Guss Hilton Jr., 49, died Mon-
Mrs. Junita Eubanks of North Carolina, day at Marion, N.C. Sipple's Mortuary. tending some level of tax to the en- Roy Jackson, another task force;
and Mrs. Anna Bell Parish of Florida; was a homemaker. Remembrances: Together We member who represents the Savan-
Survivors include her husband, Neal The Walterboro, S.C., native lived in tire county/' Harbour said, and
and three brothers, Edward Varnadore of Savannah most of his life. He was a Build Program, in care of Bull would require amending CAT legis- nah Business League, said service«
Eastman, Vernon Varnadore of Naples Griffis; one daughter, Mrs. Mary Stewart
of Douglas; four sons, Carroll, Roger and member of the Savannah Baptist Center, Street Baptist Church. -..-, lation by the Georgia General As- provided for Olympic job sites could'
and Franklin,Varnadore; four grandchil- serving as children's pastor, bus pastor
dren; and a great-grandchild. Stanley Griffis, all of Douglas, and Tony sembly. be used as a profit-making device*
Griffis of Waycross; three sisters, Mrs. and a deacon. He was employed by the Other recommendations under and he advised against locking in a
* Funeral: 11 a.m. today at Zoar Bap* Blari Transfer Co. Christopher E. Cannady
list Church in Appling County, burial in Myrtice Thomas of Nicholls, Ms. Lucille consideration include: 25-cent fare for tourist shuttles. «
Lott of Fort Mead, Fla., and Ms Mary Surviving are his wife, Mrs. Peggy C. JONESBORO — Christopher Earl
u> church cemetery. Hilton of Savannah; two sons, Alvin G. Cannady, 21, died Sunday at Southern Re-
Swain Funeral Home of Baxley. Brigmond of Warner Robins; four broth- gional Medical Center in Riverdale.
ers, Robert Whitley of Nicholls and Os-
car, Edward and Vernon Whitley, all of
Hilton HI, and Andrew G. Hilton, both of
Savannah; two daughters, Ms. L. Faith
Hilton and Ms. Hannah P. Hilton, both of
He was employed by ASA Airlines
Surviving are his parents, Mr. and
Deputy's Attorney Petitions
Ifr*. Caaaie B. Anderson Dotiglas; 15 grandchildren; five great- Mrs. James Cannady of Jones boro; a sis-
Savannah; three sisters, Ms. Bonita
JACKSONVILLE, Fla. - Mrs. Cassie
grinson Anderson, 85, died Monday after
grandchildren; and many nieces and
Funeral: Wednesday at 2 pm. at the
Elsey, Mrs. Rosie Sheffield and Ms.
Joyce Hilton, all of Savannah; two broth-
ter, Mrs. Vivian Talbert of Peachtree
City; a brother, Steven Ray Cannady of
Coroner To Hold Inquest
a long illness. ers, Pat Hilton of Savannah and Danny Stockbridge; his maternal grandmother,
The Toombs County native lived in First Assembly of God Church in Doug- Hilton of Faulkville; and other relatives. Mrs. Vera Sharkey of Bedford, England; of Investigation has been asked to,
las, burial to follow at St. Ilia Church By JAN SKUTCH
Jacksonville for the past 50 years and
Cemetery near Douglas. Fox and Weeks Funeral Home, Hodg- his paternal grandmother, Mrs. Madge J. Staff Writer furnish results of all blood-alcohol:
was a former employee of Owens-Illinois
Sims Funeral Home of Douglas. son Chapel. Cannady of Garfield; and a nephew. and drug screenings for both men.
factory in Jacksonville. She was a Bap- Funeral: 11 a.m. Thursday at St. Phil- A lawyer for Deputy Sheriff Joe Metts said Tuesday that he had.
tist. Brantley Sills lip Benizi Catholic Church in Jonesboro, Maund asked Tuesday for a coro- received Stookey's request and'
Surviving are four sisters, Mrs. Lottie STATESBORO - Brantley Sills, 58, Mrg. Gussie Mae Anderson burial at 4 p.m. in Hebron Primitive Bap- ner's inquest to determine what would schedule an inquest, probably
Dent, Mrs. Lillian Reagan and Mrs. Syl- EDEN - Mrs. Gussie Mae Anderson, tist Church Cemetery in Garfield!
via Ponell Ruff, all of Jacksonville, and died Tuesday in Memphis, Term., after a Peebles-Curry Mortuary in killed motorcyclist John Douglas within two weeks. He added that an
short illness. 84, died Tuesday at home after a long ill- Copeland early Sunday. autopsy had not revealed whether
Ms. Margarete Allen of Columbia, S.C.; a ness. boro.
brother, Bill Brinson of Jacksonville; and The Bulloch County native had lived Copeland, 20, crashed his motor- Copeland was dead before he was
in South Haven, Miss., for the past year The Effingham County native was a
several nieces and nephews. and was a supervisor for the General member of Miles Baptist Church. cycle on Georgia Highway 204 at struck by Maund's car.
Funeral: 2 p.m. today at Hardens Electric warehouse in South Haven. He Surviving are a son, Norward Ander- Ray Hubert Jame§ Dean Forest Road about 2:30 a.m. The deputy has been placed on'
Chapel United Methodist Church, burial was a member of First Assembly of God son of Eden; a daughter, Mrs. Vivian J. BRUNSWICK - Ray Hubert James, and was lying in the road when mo- suspension with pay by the sheriffs
in church cemetery. Church in South Haven. Scott of Savannah; two sisters, Mrs. 55, died Monday at Southeast Regional ments later his body was struck by a department pending completion of
Jones-Stewart Funeral Home of Ly- Surviving are his wife, Mrs. Florence Hassle Maude Seabrook and Mrs. Valorie Medical Center after a short illness. car driven by Maund, an off-duty the investigation.
ons. Paliferro, both of Philadelphia; two The Glynn County native was em- Test results released Tuesday b$,
Sills; three sons, Ricky Hickman, Brant- Chatham County sheriffs deputy:
ley Sills and Paul Sills, all of South Ha- brothers, Loyd and Walter Hayes, both of ployed with Hercules Inc. for 30 years In a letter to Chatham County the Chatham County Police Depart-;
ven; two daughters, Ms, Barbara Hick- Philadelphia; 14 grandchildren; 21 great- and was a member of Northside Baptist ment show Mound, who admitted he
Graham B. Ford grandchildren ; and other relatives. Church in Brunswick. He served eight
Coroner Dr. James C. Metts Tues-
man and Ms Diane Hickman, both of day, attorney Russell Stookey asked had been drinking at a lounge earlU
BEAUFORT, S.C. - Graham Bruce South Haven; a brother, Braxton Sills of Small Funeral Home of Guyton. years in the Georgia Air National Guard.
Ford, 87, died Tuesday at Bay View Nurs- Richmond Hill; two sisters, Mrs. Swan- Surviving are his wife, Mrs. Jean Col- that an inquest be held to determine er, had a blood alcohol level of .04 at;
ing Home of Beaufort. son Griffin of Titusville, Fla., and Ms. lins James of Brunswick; a daughter, the circumstances of Copeland's the time of the accident.
The Dedham, Mass., native was Billie Jean Collins of Savannah; six Mrs. Lois B. Buddy Mrs. Dianne Dykstra of Brunswick; two death. The level is below the level con-,
founder and former publisher of the New grandchildren; and a great-grandchild. JACKSONVILLE, Fla. - Mrs Lois sons, Paul Ray James of Eufaula, Ala., "It is our contention Mr. Cope- sidered dangerous for a driver. As of
York Construction News in New York Funeral: 3 p.m. Thursday at Smith- Bevill Buddy, 81, died Sunday at home af- and Randy Hubert James of Atlanta; his land's death was the result of his July 1, a person with a blood-alcohol
and a member of the Cathedral of St. ter a long illness. mother, Mrs. Mildred Martin James of
Luke and St. Paul - Episcopal. Tillman Mortuary in Statesboro, burial in
The Effingham County native had motorcycle impacting with the content of .08 is considered legally
Hendrix Cemetery. Brunswick; a brother, Homer James of bridge on Abercorn Street (Ga. 204) drunk under Georgia law. Previous?
Surviving are a son, Graham Bruce lived in Jacksonville since 1948. She was Brunswick; two sisters, Mary Ellen Tyre
Ford Jr. of Sylmar, Calif.; and a daugh- Eddie J. Myers a retired civil service employee and also of Jesup and Chadine Popham of Sylves- at the Forest River and that Mr. ly, the blood-alcohol level was .10.
ter, Mrs. Barbara F. Wickwire of Town- Eddie Jackson Myers, 68, died Mon- was retired from Dun and Bradstreet Fi- ter; three grandchildren; and several Maund's actions in no way contrib- Copeland, who was dead at the
send; nine grandchildren; and seven, day at the Veterans Administration Hos- nancial Services, where she was a super- nieces and nephews. uted to the death," Stookey said in scene, had a blood alcohol level of
great-grandchildren. pital in Charleston, S.C., after a long ill- visor for 40 years. Funeral: 3 p.m. today at Northside the letter. .25, said Maj. Bill Freeman of the
Copeland Funeral Home of Beaufort. ness. Surviving are a daughter, Ms. Terry Baptist Church, burial in Brunswick Me- He told Metts the Georgia Bureau county police department. ",
Remembrances: Cathedral of St. The Bryan County native was a Bap- Evans of Ponte Verde Beach, Fla.; a son, morial Park Cemetery.
Luke and St. Paul - Episcopal. tist. He was a World War II veteran who Carl Jansen of Jacksonville; a sister, Ms. Edo Miller and Sons Funeral Home in
served in the U.S. Army, and was a bar- Edith Jackson of Savannah; five grand-
children; and three great-grandchildren.
Brunswick. John Copeland, Accident Victim
tender. Remembrances: American Cancer
Clarence "Tiny" Parker, 30, died Surviving are a daughter, Mrs. Debo- Graveside service: noon Thursday in Society, American Diabetes Association
Monday at Memorial Medical Center af- rah Hullett of Oceanside, Calif.; three Bonaventure Cemetery. or Hospice of the Golden Isles. John Douglas Copeland, 20, died Club of Savannah. -
ter a short illness. sisters, Mrs. Essie Harrel of Rhine, Mrs. Fox and Weeks Funeral Home, Dray- Sunday morning from injuries sus- Surviving are his mother, Mrs*
He was a native of Savannah. Mildred Davis of Ellabell and Mrs. Eve- ton Chapel. tained in an accident at Georgia Sandra Hardage of Beaufort, S.C.;
Surviving, all of Savannah, are a lyn Collins of Gray; five brothers, Ernest Hardage-Giddens Funeral Home in Rudolph Gantt Highway 204 and the Forest River his father, Douglas Copeland of Ma*;
daughter, Miss Selena Hills; three sons, and W.L. Myer, both of Ellabell, Romie Jacksonville Beach, Fla. Rudolph "Doc" Gantt, 72, died Mon- Bridge. con; two sisters, Misses April an<J
Carlos Hills, Jamel Moore, and Timothy Myers of Savannah, J.A. Myers of Yellow day at Memorial Medical Center. A native of Elizabeth Copeland, both of Macon>
Lettbetter; his mother, Mrs. Dennie Lee Bluff; and Dewey Myers of Langley, Hank M. Howe The Wagener, S.C., native was a re- Macon, Cope- two brothers, Jesse Copeland ang
Parker; his father, Alfred Smith; three S.C.; two grandchildren; and other rela- TOWNSEND - Hank Mathew Rowe, tired tile layer. land lived in Douglas Copeland II, both of Maconr
sisters, Ms. Alfredie Richardson, Ms. Ra- tives. Surviving are two sisters, Mrs. Eloise
chel Smith and Ms. Alma Parker; a Graveside service: 11 a.m. Thursday 26, died Tuesday at home after a short ill- Beaufort, S.C., his maternal grandparents, Hughes
ness. Padula of Alexandria, Va., and Mrs. Dor- before moving to and Louise Brant of Beaufort, S.C.;
brother, Alonzo Williams; and other rela- in Hilkrest Abbey West He was a lifelong resident of Mc- is Pike of Natick, Mass.; and several
tives. Morrison Funeral Home of Pem- Intosh County. nieces and nephews. Savannah five and George and Dorothy Emminger
Sexton-Hall Funeral Home. broke. Surviving, all of Townsend, are his Graveside service: 10 a.m. Thursday months ago. He of Brunswick; and his paternal
parents, Mr. and Mrs. Carroll Rowe; four in the Greenwich section of Bonaventure was a member grandparents, Eugene and Cathfe
sisters, Mrs Lois Hanking, Mrs. June Cemetery. of Vineville Bi- rine Copeland of Macon and Clifford
Rush, Mrs. Sadie Layfield and Miss Lee- Fox and Weeks Funeral Home, Dray- ble Baptist and Sarah Mantz of Tampa, Fla.
FUNERALS FUNERALS aim Rowe; a brother, George E. Rowe;
and several nieces and nephews.
Graveside service: 11 a.m. Thursday
Church of Macon
and worked for
Funeral: 2 p.m. today at Masse?
Funeral Home, burial in Hillcrest
Abbey West Cemetery.
in Davis Cemetery in Mclntosh County.
NEWTON — Funeral service* for
Matter Vincent Jarrod N«wton will
M00LEY — Funeral services for Mrs.
Maggie Childs Mobiey will be held Gordon-Harrison Funeral Home in John H. Corish,
be held Thursday, August 8, 1991 at Wednesday, August 7, 1991 at 2pm. Jesup.
10am at graveside in Hillcrest Abbey
Cemetery. Rev. Michael Perkins offi-
ciating. Survivors are Mrs. Sonya
Rev. George Faison officiating. Inter-
ment, Evergreen Cemetery. Survi-
vors are Mrs. Lucille Charles of De- Alberta Jones
STATESBORO - Alberta Jones, 88, Academy Graduate
Night Out National Night Out. The gathering
included 22 people, mainly adults, i.
"Basically, we do this so peopfe
Smalls, Ms. Helen Elaine Newton, troit, Mr. and Mrs. Bill Oixon of Gar can come out and meet their neigh-
card, Ga., Mr. and Mrs, Henry W. Wil- died Friday at Candter County Hospital. Continued From Page ID
Ms. Betty Ann Newton, Ms. Veronica
liams, 6 grandchildren, a host of oth- The Dooiing native lived in Bulloch bors," Mrs. Schmidt said.
Newton, Ms. Charfesetta Williams, County most of her life and was a mem- SOUTHBURY, Conn. - John H. "It's something for them to get
Ms. ChaHesetta Smalls, Mr. Jimmy er relatives. Reposing and services in Corish, 80, died at home Monday af- plague," said Wright. He stopped oc-
the Chapel. Sidney A. Jones. ber of the Holiness Church. out and come out of their homes,"
Williams, Mr. Homer Mikell, Mrs. Lu-
Surviving are her husband, Clarence ter a long illness. * casionally to tell the group, made up Mrs. Rhodes said.
cille Newton, Mrs. Angela Mikell, and MMCEY — Funeral services for Mrs. The Savannah native was a 1929 mostly of pre-teens, to be quiet. But
other relatives. Reposing at the chap- Lula Mae Minesy will be held Thurs-
Steve Jones of Statesboro; two nephews, "We really got a nice neighbor-
el. Visitation 7-6pm. Sidney A. Jones. day, 1pm, at West Broad Seventh
Reiner and Gordon Cone, both of States- graduate of Benedictine Academy primarily he spoke as if oblivious to hood and would like to see it im-
Day Adventist Church. Rev. T.A. Mc-
boro; three nieces, Mrs. Estell Atkinson and lived in New York for 40 years. their constant chatter. prove, '' Mrs. Schmidt said.
Nealy officiating. The remains will
of Register, Mrs. Mary Lawrence of Por- He worked for Stamford, Conn.* Ron Ait, a drag and
based American Can Co. for his en- ment counselor with thealcohol treat- • ••
DAVIS — Funeral services tor Mr. tal and Mrs. Alice Smith of Savannah;
John Arthur (Johnny) Davis will be rest at the mortuary for viewing until Housing Au-
hour of funeral. Interment will be in
and a granddaughter, Ms. Alberta Pear- tire career, retiring as packaging "This is really a good communi-
held 3pm Wednesday in the Witch-
ton Baptist Church. Service! will be Oak Grove Cemetery. Under the di-
son of Miami.
Funeral: 2 p.m. today at Antioch Bap- supervisor and manager at the com- thority of Savannah, placed a finger ty," Garden Homes' Mrs. Gre&
conducted by Rev. Robert Black and rection of Sexton-Hall Funeral Direc- pany's headquarters. over his lips, and was joined by the said, despite having been robWti
tist Church in Brooklet, burial in the
Rev. Joe Thomas Green. Mr. Davit tors, 118 E. 3Sth St. church cemetery. Corish was a U.S. Army veteran few other adults there, but the chat- there Thursday. "I just hope
will lie in state one hour prior to ser- HENOflY — Funeral services for Mrs. James R. Barnes Mortuary in States- of World War II, and a lifetime ter continued until Wright finished. (events) like this make It better"
vices. Active pallbearers: Jim lewis, Jessie Mae Mendry will be held 3pm boro. member of the Hibernian Society of Earlier, Erik Murchmson of HAS' "We need some improvement
Robert Spivy, J. Hutley, Keith Star- Wednesday from Zion Fair Mission- Savannah. He was a communicant drug elimination program had here, but it's a lot better than whit
ling, Keith Stevens, and Tim Cope.
Honorary pallbearers will be the
ary Baptist Church. Rev. Derrick of Sacred Heart Parish in taught the lads what he called the it's been," she said. \
Mazo officiating. Surviving are: Mrs. Mrs. Liosdee S. Boyd Southbury. ABCs of crime prevention. A - al- Parent Cynthia Singleton said UJe
Men's Sunday School Cfaes of Witeh-
ton Baptist Church, Members of
Aibertha Loury, Ms. Phyllis Hendry,
Ms. Pauline Hendry, Mr. Jessie Wil-
LAWRENCEVTLLE - Mrs. Louise Surviving are his wife, Mrs. ways be alert. B - beware of a activity "shows we're getting to-
American legion Post No. 164. MiU- liams, Mr. Truman Hendry, Mr. and
Sutton Boyd, tt, died Monday at Georgia
Baptist Center in Atlanta after a long ill- Charlotte G. Corish of Southbury; "good thing." C - take caution and gether and showing support against
tsry graveside services witt be held. Mrs. Walter Lue Hendry, Mr. Antho- two sisters, Mrs. Mary C. Moore and care. drugs." ;
Burial in lower Black Creek Ceme- ny Hendry, Mr. and Mrs. James Hen- Mrs. Gertrude Pay, both of Savan- ''The purpose of the meeting here Savannah police Officer Jonas T
Tbe Emanud County native, a mem-
tery. Morrison Funeral Home of Pem- dry, Mrs. Julia Williams. Mrs. Sarah ber of First Baptist Church in Swains- nah; a brother, Walter Corish of Sa- is for the residents to meet Project Robinson said "the purpose is to git
broke in cttarye. Phillips, Mrs. Mary Cummings, 16 boro, was retired from Rich's Depart- vannah; and several nieces, neph- Shield officers," said Alt. to know the neighbors . . . so that |f
grandchildren, 5 greet-grandchildrvn ews and other relatives. "It's unfortunate there are more they see a stranger in the area doulg
and several otnsf relatives, Tne re- Survivinc are three daughters, Mrs. Funeral: 10 am Friday at kids than parents here," he said as something suspicious, they'll call".
main* will rest at the mortuary for Gerry Elliott of Smyrna, Mrs Brands Blessed Sacrament Church, burial in he surveyed the Hitch Village cen- Garden Homes housing manager
JOHN MOCK viewing and at the church 11am
Wednesday until hour of funeral.
Reese of Marietta and Mrs. Marilyn
Jackson of Lawrencevfite; a son, Ken-
Fox and Weeks Funeral Home,
ter Elaine Erttch stopped to tell Mn
Cortege will assemble at 612 Davis neth Sutton Boyd of Lawrenceville; nine jGreen about the march that would
Ave, Garden City. Interment will be grandchildren; and a great-grandchild Drayton Chapel. Joy Rhodes and Edie Schmidt start later in the night.
In Woodvttte Cemetery. Under the di- Funeral: I p.m. Thursday at Peebles- Remembrances: Benedictine hosted a cookout for neighbors on Tell residents to have lights On
rection of S*xibn-H*N Funeral Oirsc* Curry Mortuary in Swainsboto, burial in Military School, Seawright Drive, Drayton and Wakftwrg streets Tues- from 8 to 10," Mrs. Erlich said.
tors. 11t E.3Sth Si Swaansboro City Cemetery. Savannah, GA 31401. day night, as their contribution to 'Til be there," Mrs. Green said.