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									           - Morning News • Wednesday, August 26, 1998 * * *

                                                                                                         Obituaries

          The obituary listings are a
                                                         Helen L Bond
                                                             RICHMOND HILL    Helen L Bond,
                                                                                                               M. Dabie Fasfck
                                                                                                                  MAKYSV1LLK, Pa         M Klame
                                                                                                                                                            William G. Moreland
                                                                                                                                                               JKSL'P       William Grover "Bud
                                                                                                                                                                                                          Danielle                                        can be deadly.
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                             In 1994, Tropical Storm Alberto
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                          struck Florida and traveled into
      free service of the Savannah                       79. died Aug 24 at Memorial Medical                   Newsome Fasick, 76, died Aug 22 al a                                                       Continued from page 1C
      Morning News, compiled from                        Center in Savannah                                    daughter's home
                                                                                                                                                           Moreland, 78. died Aug 24 at Beverly                                                           Georgia. It was a tropical depression
      written information sent by fu-                        She was a native of Caldwell, Ohio, a                                                         Health & Rehabilitation Center                                                                 when it entered the state, but still
                                                                                                                   She was born in Savannah and was a          He was born in Wayne County and
      neral homes. A family contact                      longtime resident of Columbus. Ohio, and              resident of Harrisburg. Pa . from                                                              According to Smith, the CEMA                caused massive flooding in the
                                                         resided in Richmond Hill the past five                                                            was a longtime resident of Miami He re-         office was swamped with calls and              Albany area.
      name must be included. To                                                                                 1952-19*4 and returned to Harrisburg in    tired from Batch Air Inc. of Miami as a
                                                         years She was a homemaker. a member                    1994 She retired in 1984 from Thompson                                                     visitors asking the agency to take           "It's what I always thought, that
      send a fo\, dial 234-6522 For                      of the East Star and First Methodist                                                              lest cell operator and was an Army vet-
      questions, 'call 652-0310. Items                   Church of Caldwell She was the widow of
                                                                                                               Business Institute as an admissions         eran of World War II                            care of elderly family members and we're too far inland for this," said
      appearing under Funerals,                                                                                counselor. Earlier, she worked as a per-        SURVIVORS: his wife. Estelle West-          loved ones while other family mem- Joan Walker, whose downtown
                                                         Clifford A Bond.                                      sonnel manager for the Telegraph Press,
    , Memorials      and Card of                             SURVIVORS: a son, Richard Bond of                                                             berry Moreland of Jesup; a daughter,            bers made plans to evacuate.             Albany home was flooded by
                                                                                                               The Harrisburg Patriot News Cy and as       Vick! Landon of Jesup; a son, Ben More-            "We are still seeing far more of Alberto's effects and then re-flooded
    - Thanks are purchased through                       Richmond Hill; and two grandchildren                  executive secretary for the regional of-
      our advertising department.                        and several nieces and nephews.                       fice of World Book Encyclopedia. She at-    land of Cooper City, Fla.; a sister, Naomi      that than we would like to see," earlier this year after heavy rains
      Call 652-0228 or fax 236-8909.                         VISITATION: 3-5 p.m. today at Stew-               tended Christ Lutheran Church in Har-
                                                                                                                                                           Trout of Hawthorne, Fla.; five brothers,        Smith said.                              related to El Nino. "Now, even dur-
                                                         art Brothers Funeral Home, Richmond                   risburg and was a lifetime member of        Ernest Moreland of Colonels Island, Har-           Government's help in an emer- ing lunchtime, we try and catch the
                                                         Hill                                                  Calvary Baptist Temple of Savannah and      old Moreland of Richmond, Va , Albert           gency is no substitute for personal weather report and we have it on
                                                             GRAVESIDE SERVICE: 1 p.m. Fri-                                                                Moreland of Glenwood, Fla., Billy More-
  Sarah L Archer                                                                                               a member of the church choir. After re-     land of Clearwater. Fla., and Earl M.           and family responsibility and pre- The Weather Channel a lot"
                                                         day in Olive Cemetery, Caldwell.                      tiring, she divided her time among fami-                                                    paredness, Smith said.                       The last major storm to make land-
       Mrs. Sarah Lewis Archer, 99, died                                                                                                                   Moreland of Gainesville, Fla.; three
                                                                                                               ly members in Hanford, Calif.,              grandchildren, a great-grandchild and              "In a disaster situation, ifs gener-  fall on Georgia's coast was Hurricane
   Aug 24 at home.                                       John H. Bostick                                       Blossburg, Pa., and Savannah. She was       several nieces and nephews.                   #lly true that the people who com- David, a Weaker Category 1 storm
       She was born in Telfair County and                                                                      the widow of U. Frank Merald Fasick.
   attended public schools there. She lived                  PINELAND, S.C. - John H. Bostick,
                                                                                                                   SURVIVORS: two daughters, Elaine            FUNERAL: 11 a.m. today at Rine-             plain the most are those who pre- that caused flooding and power out-
   in New York most of her life and moved                42, died Aug. 23 at Low Country General               Luring of Marysville and Jeannette          hart & Sons Funeral Home, Jesup, burial         pare the least," Smith said.             ages in Savannah in 1879.
   to Savannah 15 years ago. She was a                   Hospital.                                                                                         in Odum City Cemetery.                             Georgians should now be prepar-           But the strongest storm to hit
                                                             He was a native of Jasper County, a              Cabanis of Cullowhee, N.C.; a son, Frank
  homemaker and a member of Tremont                                                                           M. Fasick Jr. of Marysville; her mother,     Maittda C. Morgwistent                          ing for Hurricane Danielle.              Georgia in the last 20 years came
  Park Baptist Church and served as                      resident of Pineland and owner and oper-             Frankie Mae Cabaniss Newsome of Sa-                                                              Danielle, located Tuesday about from the GulfCtoast Hurricane Kate
  mother of the church.                                  ator of Bostick Funeral Home In Ridge-
                                                         land      «                                          vannah; three sisters, Alsten Johnston,           Mrs. Matilda Cohen Morgenstem, 92,        1,030 miles east of the Leeward cut a swath through the central part
       SURVIVORS: a sister, Pearl Reid of                                                                     Betty Orvin and Marese Giles, all of Sa-      died Aug. 25 at Candler Hospital.             Islands, was moving west-northwest of the state in 1965 after hitting the
  Savannah; a nephew, Lester Smalls of                       SURVIVORS: his mother, Daisy Tay-                vannah; and two brothers, Rufus New-              She was bom in New York City and
  Washington; two nieces, Lucille Brown                  lor Bostick of Robertville; two brothers,                                                          lived in Savannah for 25 years. She was
                                                                                                                                                                                                          at about 21 mph. Its current path has Florida panhandle. It killed one man
                                                         Benjamin and Ronald Bostick, both of                 some Jr. and Tommy Newsome, both of                                                         it threatening the Gulf of Mexico and caused agricultural and proper-
  of New York City and Rose Mary Jack-                                                                        Savannah.                                     the widow of Maurice Morgenstem. She
  son of Jacksonville, Fla.; a great-neph-               Robertville; a sister, Marjorie B. Sand-                  VISITATION: 2-3 p.m. Friday at Mi-      was a member of Temple Mickve Israel,          coast The hurricane is expected to ty damage all over the state with
  ew, Edward Reid of Savannah; two                       ers of St. Albans, N.Y.; and several                 chael J. Shalonis Funeral Home, Marys-       where she was an active member of the          intensify to a Category 3 storm — a winds that reached 75 mph.
(,great- nieceMJladys Jones and Gwendo-
                                                         aunts and uncles.                                                                                 Sisterhood. She was a homemaker and a          major hurricane—within 72 hours.              Since then, the rest of the state has
                                                             FUNERAL: 1:30 p.m. Thursday at                   ville.
  lyn Marieco, both of Savannah; and oth-
                                                         Mount Cai-mel Baptist Center, Ridge-                      FUNERAL: 3 p.m. Friday at Michael       member of Order of the Eastern Star in            "We've been preaching for years been hit seven times by either tropi-
 4r relatives.
                                                         land, burial in Lawton Cemetery,                     J. Shalonis'Funeral Home, Marysville.        Bronx, N.Y.                                    that a bigger danger to the state are ,» cal storms or depressions from the
      Bynes-Royall Funeral Home.                                                                                   REMEMBRANCES: Hospice Pre-                   SURVIVORS: a son, Morton Elliot           the hurricanes that come up through Gulf, most the remnants of hurri-
                                                         Robertville.                                                                                      Harvey Shapiro of Savannah; two daugh-
                                                             Bostick Funeral Home.                            ferred Choice, 4813 Jonestown Road, Sui|e                                                  the Gulf Coast, or through the back canes. The worst damage was caused
 Annie L Asfcew                                                                                               211, Harrisburg, PA 17109.                   ters, Gloria S. Kazlow of Savannah and         door, if you will," said Jim Bramble, by Alberto, but 1995 was bad as well,
                                                                                                                                                           Carol S. Kerr of Canton; a sister, Rose        coordinator of the Dougherty County with Tropical Storms Opal and Jerry
   • BARTOW, Fla - Mrs. Annie Laura                      DUBrowii                                             ArcMe L Glover                               Toder of Kensington, Md.; five grandchil-
   Askew, 82, died Aug. 23 at a nursing                     AUGUSTA - Ella Brown, 74, died                                                                 dren, four great-grandchildren and sever-     Emergency Management Office. drenching the state.
   borne in Winter Haven, Fla                           Aug. 23 at home.                                          NEW YORK - Archie Lee Clover, 75,        al nieces and nephews.                         "We've had several hurricanes come            "The last decade has definitely
        She was born in Johnson County, Ga.,                She was a native of Screven County, a             died Aug. 21 in Brooklyn.                         GRAVESIDE SERVICE: 4 p.m. today          through this part of the state in the been a real eye-opener for most of
   and was a longtime resident of Soperton,             resident of Savannah for 25 years and a                   He was born in Islandton, S.C., and      in Bonaventure Cemetery.                      last decade, and the effects can be the public," Bramblesaid.
 ,,(]ja,, before moving to Florida. She was a           resident of Augusta for two years. She                was an Army veteran. He was a member             Hubert C. Baker Funeral Home.             devastating."                                 Meanwhile, more than a quarter of
   member of Main Street Baptist Church in              was a member of Townsley Chapel AME                   of Deep Creek Baptist Church in                  REMEMBRANCES: Solomon Fund,                   Georgia's Atlantic coast — an 85- a million residents and visitors were
 'Bartow and the widow of Charles W. As-                                                                      Islandton.                                   in care of Temple Mickve Israel.
   kew.                                                 Church in Savannah and served on the
                                                                                                                  SURVIVORS: two daughters, Thelma                                                       mile stretch from Savannah to St ordered Tuesday to leave North
       SURVIVORS: two sons, Gerald W.                   Usher Board.                                                                                                                                     Marys—appears to be most vulnera- Carolina's low-lying, exposed Outer
                                                            SURVIVORS: a daughter, Katie F.                   Broomer and Jeanette Gardner, both of        Evelyn C* Ovwstreot
  'Askew of Warner Robins, Ga., and                     Morris; three sons, Woodrow W. Brown                  Brooklyn; a brother, Talbert Glover of                                                     ble to hurricanes. But western and Banks as Hurricane Bonnie acceler-
  Charles L. Askew of Meldrim, Ga.; three               Jr. and. Haggle Holiday, both of Augusta,             Lodge, S.C.; a sister, Margurite Bunch of       SYLVANIA - Evelyn Criner Over-             central Georgia are the areas that ated on a path that could carry its
  daughters, Ruth E. Askew and Ida Mae                  and Ethel Lee King of Savannah; a                     Summerville, S.C.; five grandchildren       street, 74, died Aug. 25 at home.              have been battered recently.              fury into the barrier island chain.
   Wyms, both of Bartow, and Sara J. Dees               brother, Richard Roberts of Savannah;                 and three great-grandchildren.                  She was a native of Screven County             "We're just monitoring it at this         The National Weather Service
  «f Winter Haven; a brother, Albert Smith              and eight grandchildren, 14 great-grand-                  VISITATION: 7-9 p.m. today at           and a homemaker. She was a member of           point," Bramble said. "But as we've said Bonnie's center with its 115 mph
  of High Point, N.C.; nine grandchildren,              children and several other relatives.                 Washington's Funeral Home, Hampton,         Sylvania First United Methodist Church         learned with these things — you wind could be near the islands by
   16 great-grandchildren and a great-                                                                        S.C.                                        and was a board member. She was also a
' great-grandchild.
                                                            Sidney A. Jones Funeral Home, Sa-
                                                                                                                  FUNERAL: 4 p.m. Thursday at             member of Chance Hill Circle of Sylva-         never know so you always have to be late this morning.
       VISITATION: 7-9 p.m. today at Sam-
                                                        vannah.
                                                                                                              Washington's Funeral Home, Hampton,         nia.                                           prepared."
  mons Funeral Home, Soperton.                                                                                burial in Antioch Christian Church Cem-         SURVIVORS: her husband, E.K.                   The storms that come up through EnvbOMnental hams reporter CUi
•" FUNERAL: 11 a.m. Thursday at
                                                        Edward S.Braner Jr.                                   etery, Varnville, S.C.                      Overstreet of Sylvania; three daughters,       the Gulf of Mexico and the Florida Kiuaetr can be reached at 6524331
'Sammons Funeral Home, burial in West-          SWAINSBORO - Edward S. Bruner                                                                             Kathy Overstreet of San Antonio, Gina          panhandle may not be hurricanes TIM AMOCMCtju PfOM COmnDUIM 10
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  View Cemetery, Soperton.                  Jr., 55, died Aug. 23 at Crawford W. Long                         Margaret A. Kaytoa                          Overstreet df Tampa, Fla., and Beth            when they hit Georgia, but they still
                                            Hospital.                      _                                                                              Overstreet of Sylvania; two sons, Edward
 Dolores Wilson                                 He was born in Charleston and was a                                Mrs. Margaret Appel Kayton, 87, died   K. Overstreet IV of Walhalla, S.C., and
                                            member of Sacred Heart Catholic                                    Aug. 24 at home.                           Bob Overstreet of Summerville, S.C.;
     Mrs. Delores Wilson, 85, died Aug. 24 Church in Savannah. He was a 1962 grad-                                 She was born in Savannah and was
 at Candle- Hospital.                                                                                                                                     three sisters, Clauselle G. Howard of Syl-
                                            uate of Benedictine Military School. He                            co-owner of Town and Country on Bull
     She was born in New Orleans and at- was a route salesman for Golden Flake
 tended public schools there. She was a and Frito Lay of Savannah and was a
 nurse.
                                                                                                               Street with her late husband, Kurt Appel.
                                                                                                               She was a member of Temple Mickve Is-
                                                                                                                                                          vania,' Marion C. Sanderson of Lafa-
                                                                                                                                                          yette,and Frances Griner of Orlando,
                                                                                                                                                          Fla.; a brother, George B. Criner of Mari-
                                                                                                                                                                                                         Web                                             Canada. Then she met Queenie and
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                         the rest of the Wild Women.
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                            "People who dont chat hear ail
                                            member of DeJlwood Baptist Church.                                 rael, Hadassah, National Council of Jew-   etta, and three grandchildren and several Continued from page 1C
     SURVIVORS, a son, Richard Wilson           SURVIVORS: his wife, MaryR. Con-                               ish Women and a past women's chair-                                                                                                       the negative sides," Tumbleston
 Jr of Savannah; two sisters, Barbara rad Bruner of Swainsboro; a son, Ed-                                                                                nieces and nephews.
 Raphael and Betty Nicholas, both of New ward Bruner 111 of Savannah; a brother,
                                                                                                              man of the United Jewish Appeal. She            VISITATION: 7-9 p.m. today at                                                              said. "They dont think that you can
 Orleans; a brother, Jesse Nicholas of Richard Allen Bruner of Savannah; a
                                                                                                              also served on the board of the Homeless    Thompson-Strickland-Waters        Funeral, felt once we met As soon as I saw                   get close to these people. I've had
                                                                                                              Shelter, Mental Health Association and      Sylvania.                                  them, I felt I had known them forev-                five of the girts over to the house for
'New Orleans; and a grandchild.            stepsister, Barbara Fiddle of Charleston;                          the Community Chest. She was a mem-
•" Michael and Brown Funeral Home.                                                                                                                            FUNERAL: 2 p.m. Thursday at Syl- er."                                                      the weekend.
                                           and several nieces and nephews.                                    ber of Bacon Park Garden Club.              vania First United Methodist Church,
                                                VISITATION: 7-9 p.m. today at Tom-                                 SURVIVORS: her husband, John H.                                                      The women say their friendship is                   "We've cried together, we've
                                                                                                                                                          burial in Sylvania City Cemetery.          about more than renting a party bus                 laughed together, weVe supported
                                           Unson Funeral Home, Swainsboro.                                    Kayton of Savannah; a daughter and
                                                                                                                                                                                                        and seeing the sights in Augusta, or             each other. If we think the whole
FUNERALS                                        FUNERAL: 2 p.m. Thursday at Tom-
                                           linson Funeral Home, burial hi Swains-
                                           boro City Cemetery.
                                                                                                              son-in-law, Judy and Sylvan Byck of Sa- . Jalanto C. Rlley
                                                                                                              vannah; a granddaughter and grandson-
                                                                                                              in-law, Donna and Tony Ekhholz of Sa-           OKAT1E, S.C. - JalanleC. Rlley, 90,
                                                                                                                                                                                                        killing time in chat rooms. They are a
                                                                                                                                                                                                        support group for each other as well
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                         world's gonna fall apart and nobody's
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                         gonna listen, there's always some-
 FREDERICK — Funeral services for                                                                             vannah; a grandson, David Kelly of Sa- died Aug. 25 at home.                              as best Mends.                                   body there that's gonna listen."
   Mr., William E. Frederick will be held              Mhinte L (tally                                        vannah; and two great-granddaughters,           She was born in Hardeeville and was
                                                                                                                                                           the widow of Edward C. Riley. She was a
                                                                                                                                                                                                                   i                                        Sometimes chatting can be too
   11am Thursday, August 27, 1998. El-                                                                        Amelia and Caroline Eichholz, both of                                                        "A lot of times you just want some-           much fun, she added.
  der Charles Robinson officiating. In-                   PORT CHARLOTTE, Fla. - Minnie                       Savannah.                                    homemaker and a member of Maye Riv-
  terment, Magnolia Memorial Gar-
                                                       Lee Dalby, 96, died Aug. 21 at South Port                   GRAVESIDE SERVICE: 11 a.m. to- er Baptist Church and served as the
                                                                                                                                                                                                        body to talk to. You just get on line              "It can be, addictive. You go in
   dens. Survivors are Mrs. Sonja F.
                                                       Nursing Care in Port Charlotte,                        day in Bonaventure Cemetery.                 church's nursery director for 60 years.       and you call them," Denise                     there thinking, 'Oh, I'm going to chat
• Young and husband, Mr. and Mrs.
                                                      i She was a native of Bulloch County,                        Hubert C. Baker Funeral Home.           She was a senior aide for Hardeeville Se-     "Peaches" Pierson said.                         for an hour,' and the next thing you
   Nathaniel Frederick, Mr. and Mrs.
                                                       Ga., and moved to Port Charlotte from                       REMEMBRANCES: a charity of the nior Citizens Center for many years.                     Sometimes the Internet is her way            know youVe been there for four
 'Willie {Myrtle) Frederick, 8 grands, 2
                                                       Washington. She retired from Western                   donor's choice.                                  SURVIVOR: a daughter, Grace R.            of escaping the smallness of small-            hours," Tumbleston said.
   great-grands, several nieces, neph-
                                                       Union as a Morse code operator. She was                                                             Cooler of Okatie.                            town living, where your personal life              "Sometimes you get into really
                                                       a member of First Presbyterian Church                 VfctorS.Uaf                                       VISITATION: 6-8 p.m. today at Sauls       can sometimes become everybody's
  ews, and other relatives. Reposing
                                                       of Port Charlotte, Order of the Eastern                                                             Funeral Home, Ridgeland.                                                                     serious conversations, but most
  rand service at the Chapel.
                                                       Star and the Grandmothers Gub of Port                      ATLANTA - Victor Samson Leaf, 77,            FUNERAL: 2 p.m. Thursday at Maye
                                                                                                                                                                                                         business,                                      times you just play. You goof off in
      Sidney A. Jones Funeral Home                                                                                                                                                                         "There are things I can talk to              there."
                                                       Charlotte.                                             died Aug. 21.                                River BapHst Church, Blufflon, burial in
                                                          SURVIVORS: a son, Robert E. Bruce                       He served In the Navy during World       Maye River Cemetery.                         Carol about on the Internet I can                  The women also get other help on
      CARD OF THANKS                                   of Gainesville, Fla.; five grandchildren,              War H and was a member of Sheartth Is-           Sauls Funeral Home, Ridgeland.           discuss every aspect of a situation             the Net Pierson is arranging a cul-
                                                       Robert Bruce Jr., David, Marty and                     rael Synagogue and the Jewish War Vet-           REMEMBRANCES: Hospice Care of            that maybe I cant share at home                 tural exchange to Sicily and Malta
             The family of the late                    Chuck Bruce and Robbin Boyles; a niece,                erans. He played and coached basketball      the Low Country, 21 Palmetto Parkway,        (because) I live in a small town,"              for the Rotary Club in her town. She
                                                       Betty Kea; two nephews, Carl and Alan                  and Softball at the Atlanta Jewish Com- Suite 104, Hilton Head Island, SC 29926 or        Pierson said.                                   also orders books on line.
           Willie Richardson Jr.                       Sammons; and nine great-grandchil-                     munity Center for many years and for         Maye River Building Fund, P.O. Box 814,         But friends sometimes wonder if                 Reeves searches the Web classi-
         Hke to thank the many relative*               dren.                                                  more than 40 yean was a bowler.
 end friends who gave of their time and                                                                                                                    Bluffton.SC 29910.                           these women are nuts for being bold             fieds. Nobs recently signed on' to
 love during our bereavement. Your pres-                  VISITATION: 6-8 p.m. today at                            SURVIVORS: his wife, Florence Co-
 ence and prayers helped to ease this dif-             Hodges-Turner Funeral Home, States-                    hen Leaf of Atlanta; children, Steven and Donald C. Turner                                enough to trust their feelings and              some singles-meeting-singles sites.
 ficult burden. Special thanks to the Inter-           boro.                                                  Andrea Leaf of Reisterstown, Md., Jodye                                                   develop friendships on line.                       Jennifer Vourvopoulos, aka
 national Longshoreman Association,                       FUNERAL: 11 a.m. Thursday at                        and Gary Darwin of Scotch Plains, N.J.,         Donald Charles Turner, 80, died Aug.         "People who dont chat really                 "Venus of Athens," lives in Orlando,
 Rev. Lee M. Miller, The Abyssinia Mis-                                                                                                                   25 at St. Joseph's Hospital.
 sionary Baptist Church and the Sidney A.              Hodges-Turner Funeral Home, burial in                  Bruce and Michelle Leaf of Marietta and
                                                                                                                                                              He was a native of Clyo, a resident of
                                                                                                                                                                                                        dont understand it," said Angie                 Fla,, where she provides technical
 Jones Funeral Home. God will shower                   Lower Lotts Creek Primitive Baptist                    Stuart and Wendy Leaf of Dun woody; a                                                     Kinsey, aka "Sweet Carolina Girt."              support for a software company
 his blessings on all of you. Eternally                Church Cemetery.                                       sister and brother-in-law, Rachdle and Savannah and worked as an electrician              "They say you are talking to a bunch            based in Washington.
 grateful Marguerite Rloherdson-mother,                                                                       Sam Berliner of Savannah; six grand- for Buck Electrical Contractors. He was              of strangers, but you are not
  Frenkie L. Richardson-wife, Roger, An-
                                                                                                              children, a niece and nephews.              a member of St. Frances Cabrinl Catho-                                                           "We're not all lonely housewives,"
 thony, Nicole and numerous other rela-
 tives end friends.
                                                       Unite Day Jr.                                               GRAVESIDE SERVICE: was held lic Church, a veteran of World War II                       "You talk to them every day. you             she said of her friends on the sloop
                                                           HINESVILLE - Llnzie Day Jr., 55,                   Sunday In Crestlawn Memorial Park, At- and served in the Air Force for 16 years.          get to know them without having any-            and of women who surf the Net ;
                                                       died Aug. 22 at home.                                  lanta.                                      He was an active member of the Interna-       thing to interfere with the inner per-             "I do all my airline reservations on
                                                           He was a native of Valdosta, a gradu-                   REMEMBRANCES: Congregation tional Brotherhood of Electrical Workers                  son,"                                           the Net I get my news off (America
                                                       ate of Westside High School. Valdosta,                 Shearith Israel.                            No. 508.                                         Since these women couldn't see               Online). I do research on the Net I
CEMETERIES & CRYPTS                                    and lived in Hinesville for 12 years. He                                                               SURVIVORS: his wile, Marguerite J.        each other, they could judge each               went into a chat room and got help
                                                       retired from the Army after 21 years as a                                                          Turner of Savannah; a brother, Herbert        other only by their personalities,
                  Save $2,0001
    4 Buriel Plots - Forest Lawn Cemetery              motor/aviation mechanic. He served in                 Dovie M. MfaEhMen                            Turner of Savannah; and a sister, Marjo-                                                      about my car from a bunch of g\iys
                Garden Of Faith                        the Vietnam War . He was a civil service                   Dovte M. McElveen, 93, died Aug. 25     rie Duckett of Easley, S.C.                   they say.                                       talking about cars. I found out how to
 ..        M200. Call 912-691-1188                     worker for 12 years, a member of First                at Moss Oaks Nursing Home in Pooler.             VISITATION: 6-8 p.m. today at Hu-            "My mother says these are my                 fix my battery."
         On* Veteran's lot end vault
      at Hilterest Abbey West. For Sale.
                                                       Baptist Church, Hinesville, and a patron                   She was a native of Lee County, S.C.,   bert C. Baker Funeral Home.                   imaginary friends," Reeves said.                   Did she fix it?
              $600.00,912-920-0383                     of Floyd Chapter No. 21 Order of the                  and a resident of Pooler and Blooming-           ROSARY SERVICE: 6 p.m. today at              Jeanine Tumbleston, aka 'Sweetie                "Yes, I did."
        Forest Lawn Memory Cardans                     Eastern Star, Walthourville. He was a                 dale since 1984. She was a member of         Hubert C. Baker Funeral Home.                 to You," is a South Carolina mom
  tot 1840. Good Shepherd, 2 tots, 3 & 4.              member of Johnson Masonic Lodge No. 37                First Baptist Church of Pooler, former           FUNERAL: 11 a.m. Thursday at Hu-          who has been chatting on line for a Community new raportor Audrey D.
  $1900 Or Best Offer. Call 748-4518                   in Walthourville and served as a treasur-             owner of McElveen Service Station in         bert C. Baker Funeral Home, burial In         year and. a half. The first friend she McCwnos can
                                                       er and district manager.                              Pooler and the widow of Jesse L. McEl-       Greenwich section of Bonaventure Ceme-        made over the Internet hails from 0309.
                                                           SURVIVORS: his wife. Erma J. Day                  veen.                                        tery.
                                                       of Hinesville; three sons, Dexter E. Day                   SURVIVORS: a daughter, Jessie Ku-
                                                       and Gene M. Day, both of Hinesville, and              jawa of Bloombtgdale; a foster daughter,
                                                       Malcolm T. Day of Shreveport, La.; his                Virginia Godbee of Pensacola, Fla ; a
  Wen$f'"there..                                       father and stepmother, Linzie Day Sr.                 granddaughter, Susan Kendryna of Sa-
                                                       and Minnie Stokes-Day of Valdosta; four
                                                       sisters, Betty D. Burns, Erlene D. Wash-
                                                       ington, Elease D. Edwards and Elizabeth
                                                                                                             vannah; two grandsons, Stephen Kujawa
                                                                                                             of New Orleans and Joseph Kujawa of
                                                                                                             Bloomingdale; a foster granddaughter,
                                                                                                                                                          Fishman                                       ago needing more room, he bought a
                                                                                                                                                                                                        neighboring building from a compa-
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                       shirts he learned to love in South
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                       America. One of the upper pockets
                                                                                                                                                                                                        ny that went out of business manu-             holds his "brains," he says — his cal-
                                                       D. Shumphard, all of Valdoita; two broth-             Virginia Meneese of Seattle; and three Continued from page 1C                               facturing laughing gas for dentists.          culator, note pad, business cards, 6-
                                                i      ers, Terry L. Day of Valdosta and Ed-                 great-grandchildren, a great-great-                                                           Westgatefc wife — a crossword afi-          inch ruler and red and black pens.
                                               .4      ward Shannon of Fayetteville, N.C.; and               grandchild and several nieces and neph- and bought a house at the southern-
                                                                                                                                                                                                        cionado — named the company. Xylo                 While he still has the same num-
                                                       five grandchildren.                                   ews.
  »:.%•.                                                   VISITATION: 6-8 p m Friday at Dor-                     VISITATION: 6-8 p m Thursday at most point of Wilmington Island                       is a Greek prefix for wood. Two years          ber of employees —10 — the eight to
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                                                       chester Funeral Home, Midway.                         Fox & Weeks Funeral Directors. Massey when there were 52 other families                    ago their daughter, Libby Glenn, and           10 sales people he'd send on the
                                                           FUNERAL 3 p m Saturday at First                   Chapel In Garden City                       and spent 20 years with the company,           son-in-law left jobs as archivists at          road have been replaced by three
                                                       Baptist Church, burial in Oglethorpe Me-                   FUNERAL 10 a m Friday at Fox & the last three in Brazil as a plant                    the Smithsonian Institution to return          incoming 800-lines, much smaller
                                                       morial Park, Hinesville                               Weeks Funeral Directors. Massey Chap manager on the Amazon River,                          to Savannah. Glenn and a first cousin          orders and a truck mail delivery ^ys
                                                                                                             el, burial in Lanes Primitive Baptist where he supervised 1,500 people.                    work at Xylo.                                  tern instead of the train. The busi-
                                                                                                             Church Cemetery near Statesboro                 After returning to Savannah he                "I retired into this job," said             ness has shifted, too — from window
                                                                                                                                                         still had his house — the one he still         Westgate, whose son, Stephen, is a
                                                              BILL MORRIS PLUMBING                                                                       lives in — but not a job. "Companies           colonel with the 185th Tactical Airlift
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                       casings, doors and baseboards to pic-
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                       ture frames — although the moldings
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                                                                                                                   Daily Dose                            have a knack for that," he said.
                                                                                                                                                             So at 55, Westgate started his own
                                                                                                                                                                                                        Group of the Georgia Air National
                                                                                                                                                                                                        Guard.
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                       featured on the Savannah segment of
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                       "This Old House" came from Xylo.
                             (912)354^11                                                                                  Morning News                   woodworking business — Xylo                       These days, Westgate, who sports a             "People like to romanticize wood-
                             Gambit                                 231-0057                                     Comics For A Laugh A Day.               Molding in a red brick, turn-of-the-
                                                                                                                                                         century building on Louisville Road,
                                                                                                                                                                                                        head of thick white hair and a pair of
                                                                                                                                                                                                        salt-and-pepper eyebrows, works an
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                       working," he said. "They say. 'Oh,
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                       when I retire I want to do just what
                                                                  . C hutch arid Sen,ot C'Mcn On< ounl«                         #lofmna                  where years earlier a business                 eight-hour day, usually dressed in             you're doing.' It's true. Wood is nice
                                                                                                                                                         tanned hides for leather. Ten years            the white, four-pocket white cotton            and warm to the touch. Except to start
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                       a small business like this takes a lot
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                       of guts and stupidity. But I'm going to
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