2C- Savannah News-Press • Sunday, May 8, 1994 * * *
Robert Koxlowski Ella H. Fulu Kenny D. Brown Amanda S. Nelson
BEAUFORT, S.C Robert Kozlow
ski, &7, died Friday at Beaufort Memorial
Hospital after a long illness
The Bronx, N.Y. native lived a num
JESUP Mrs Ella H. Fultz, 82, died
Friday at home after a short illness.
The Wayne County native was a
homemaker and member of New Testa-
LOBECO, S.C. Kenny Doyal Brown
Jr., 4», died Saturday at Beaufort Memo-
rial Hospital after a long illness.
He was born in Beaufort, S.C. and Dead At 115
JUDGELAND, S.C. Mrs. Amanda
Simmons Nelson died Saturday at Low
Country General Hospital in Ridgeland
She was born in Ridgeland and was a
ber of years in Georgia prior to moving to ment Baptist Church was a member of Port Royal Baptist homemaker and member of St. Luke
Beaufort about four years ago He was a
member of the Catholic Church, was a
former U.S. Marine, was formerly em-
ployed as a long haul truck driver
Surviving are four sons, Benjamin
Hall of Jesup, and Joshua, Edward and
Adam Fultz, all of Tampa, Fla.; six
daughters, Nancy Strickland, Frances
Surviving are his wife, Nancy G.
Brown of Beaufort; four sons, Olin W.,
Charles T. and Kenny D. Brown, III, all
The Associated Press
RADFORD, Va. - Margaret
Skeete, listed in the Guinness Book
Baptist Church where she sang in the
Surviving are eight nephews, Simon
and Lawrence Simmons, both of Ridge-
of Records as the oldest American,
Kozlowski of Beaufort; and two nephews,
Scott and Craig Kozlowski, both of Savan-
Surviving are one brother, Frank Walker/Mary Bishop, Eve Fultz, Gloria
Scarborough, all of Jesup, and Sylvia
Arnstoff of Springfield; one stepdaugh-
ter, Ann May of Jesup, one brother,
of Beaufort and Scotty L Brown of Uki-
ah, Calif.. five daughters, Donna L. John-
son, Joyce K. Golden, Carolyn D., Andrea
M. and Tiffany Ann Brown, all of Beau-
died Saturday at her home. She was
Mrs. Skeete had been bedridden
land, General Simmons and Edward
Campbell, both of Philadelphia, Ellis
Campbell Jr of Jersey City, Peter Sim-
mons of New York City, and Will and
Fountain Funeral Home of Port Went George Hall of Anniston, Ala.; 41 grand- fort; his parents, Kenny D. Brown Sr. of since a fall three weeks ago, and Paul Campbell, both of Savannah; nine The Aaaoclated Prett
worth. children; 27 great-grandchildren; one Ohio and Annie Mae Mobley of Beaufort, died in her steep, said her daughter, nieces, Hannah Nelson, Mamie Young
great-great-grandchild; and several S.C.; his foster parents, Pat and Stella ATLANTA - The state is print-
and Francis Brown, all of/Ridgeland,
Ark lie M. Purvis nieces and nephews Brown of Port Royal, S.C.; two brothers, The Guinness Book of Records ing new warning cards for patrol-
Elizabeth Cannik and Amanda Deary,
Mrs. Arlene Miller Purvis, 75, died Funeral: 2 p.m Monday at New Tes- Michael A. Brown of Port Royal, S.C. and both of The Bronx, Ethel Campbell of
men so judges can stop throwing out
tament Baptist Church, burial in Spring Philip E. Schweitzer of Charleston, S.C.;
listed Mrs. Skeete for the first time Boston, Lillian Bush and Erdelle Holmes,
Friday at Candler Hospital after a long cases against out-of-state motorists
illness. Grove Cemetery one sister, Linda D. Texler of Stafford, in its 1993 edition, after verifying her both of Seattle, Wash., and Elizabeth
. The Candler County native lived in Rinehart and Sons Funeral Home of Va.; and five grandchildren. age from an 1880 census that listed Gregory of Savannah. accused of driving under the influ-
Savannah for 44 years. Jesup. Funeral: II a.m. Monday at Anderson her as a two-year-old, Mrs. Taylor ence
Funeral: to be announced by Sauls
Surviving are one'son, Jimmy R Mill- Funeral Home chapel, burial in Beaufort said Mrs. Skeete also was listed in Funeral Home of Ridgeland. The Atlanta Journal-Constitution
er Sr. of Savannah; two sisters, Jean H.
Vaudie L. Hutto Memorial Gardens. the 1994 edition.
BLACKVILLE, S.C. - Mrs. Vaudie reported in Saturday editions that
West of Port Wentworth and Annie Dell Lee Still Hutto, 82, died Saturday at Hil- Mrs. Skeete .was born Oct. 27, Lottie B. Osborne judges have been throwing out re-
Bird of Swainsboro; three grandchildren, 1878 in Rockport, Texas When her Mrs Lottie Bell Osborne, 74, died Fri-
ton Head Nursing Home on Hilton Head Coriiie Green sults of blood-alcohol tests taken by
Michael Miller of Richmond Hill, Jimmy day at Candler Hospital, *.
R. Miller Jr. of Savannah and Wendy
Island, S.C. SEABROOK, S.C. - Mrs. Corine husband died 41 years ago, she The Burke County native was a mem- out-of-state motorists since last fall.
She was born in Blackville and was a Green, 73, died Monday at home. moved from Texas to Radford to live ber of Garvin Temple Baptist Church and
Floyd of Blitchton; and several nieces homemaker and member of First Baptist Their action was based on a state
and nephews. She was born in Seabrook, S.C., and with Mrs. Taylor's family. Beech Branch Baptist Church. She was a
Church 6f Blackville. was a member of Burton New Church of In addition to her husband, she homemaker. She was a member of Court of Appeals ruling that said so-
Funeral: 11 a.m. Monday at Fox and Surviving are a daughter, Nancy Hut-
Weeks Funeral Directors, Hodgson chap- Christ. outlived her other two children. Prince Hall Chapter No. 258, Order of the briety tests cannot be used as evi-
to-Greene of West Palm Beach; three Surviving are five sons, Isiah Green Mrs. Skeete was unimpressed by Eastern Star and a Senior Companion.
el, burial in Paynes Chapel United Meth- grandchildren, Amelia L. DiFiore of Co-
dence if the driver was misinformed
odist Church Cemetery near Statesboro. of Savannah, Henry Green of Gainesville, her longevity. "I guess that's some- Surviving are one daughter, Alma 0. about consequences of not taking the
lumbia and Edward W. and McKindley Fla., Nathaniel and Ulysses Green, both Addison of Savannah* four brothers, A.J.
H. Greene, both of Hilton Head Island. thing, but it doesn't buy me any- test.
of Burton, S C., and Arthur L. Miles of
Graveside services: 4:30 p.m. today thing," she said at her 115th birth- and Frank Newton, both of St. Peters- When making an arrest for DUI,
MEMORIALS at Blackville Cemetery;
Seabrook, S.C.; one daughter, Rebecca
Amadi of Atlanta; one brother, Gussie day party last October. burg, Fla., Phillip Newton of Jackson-
police must read from a card issued
Folk Funeral Home of Williston, S.C. Green of Stuart Point; two sisters, Mar-
Willie Mack Newton of
The oldest living person in the ville, Fla., andS.C.; three sisters, Irene
world is 119-year-old Jeanne Kearney of Philadelphia, Pa., Ethel Phil- by the state Department of Public
jorie Dacus of Stuart Point and Janie My-
ers of Seabrook; 25 grandchildren and Calment of France, according to lips of Cleveland, Ohio and Ollie M. Hard- Safety, which warns them that if
MEMORIALS three great-grandchildren. Guinness. they refuse to take a sobriety test
wick of Augusta.
Funeral: 11 a.m. Monday at Burton Sexton-Hall Mortuary of Savannah. they could lose their license for a
IN LOVING MEMORY OF New Church of Christ, burial in Allen Jerry Cannon . year.
Harvey Lee Reese AME Church Cemetery, Jerry Cannon Sr., 51, died Thursday The problem is that Georgia has
Marchers Wright-Donaldson Funeral at Hospice House after a long illness. Willie Watson
Who Passed Away SWAINSBORO - Willie Watson, 81, no authority to lift a license issued in
April 30, 1974 Service of Beaufort. The Chatham County native was em-
In a rush you went away ployed by Great Dane Trailers and was a died Thursday at Emanuel County Hospi- other states,' although it can bar
to an unknown place to stay
Evelyn McCrae member of East Savannah Church of tal after a long illness. x drivers from driving in this state.
Our Bible tells us a place of rest The Emanuel County native attended
Almighty God know* what's best. COLLINS Mrs. Evelyn McCrae, 39, God. New cards that specifically ad-
He took you in His love and care died Thursday at Medical College of Surviving are his wife, Ann Cannon of the public schools of the county. He lived
Knowing some day we'll all be there Georgia in Augusta. Savannah; three sons, Bruce, Timmy in Miami, Fla and returned to Swains- dress the out-of-state drivers should
to join you and all the others,
The Valdosta native lived in Collins and Jerry Cannon Jr., all-of Savannah; boro after his retirement. be distributed within two weeks,
mother, father, daughter, son, sisters Surviving are one stepson, Ulysses
and brothers, for several years^ was a graduate of Val- one daughter, Tonya Cannon of Savan- said Gordy Wright, spokesman for
Rest in peace we miss and love you still. dosta High School and a member of Beth- nah; two brothers, Richard and Teddy Canady of Miami; two brothers, Dave Department of Public Safety.
In Memory Of We aH know its just God's Will. el AME Church in Collins. Cannon, both of Ell a bell; three sisters, Watson of Panama City, Fla. and Purvis
Sadly missed by Watson of Swainsboro; and one sister, The state does not keep statistics
Father John V. Mulvey - Loretta, Evone, Harvey II Surviving are two sons, Theodore and Mary Schmitt and Diane Harper, both of
and Reese Family Jessy Smith, both of Valdosta; two Ella L. Phillips of Miami, Fla. on drivers acquitted because of the
Savannah and Debra Allen of Guyton;
daughters, Yetressa Hammock of Val- and five grandchildren. Funeral: 11 a.m. Monday at Reno technicality. But this week in Fay-
Died May 6, 1993 Tapley-Mortuary, burial 1n Swainsboro
Prayer Of Abandonment ry OT dosta and India Hammock of Atlanta; Funeral: 2 p.m. Monday at Massey ette Prbbate Court, a Florida man
Father*. Our Beloved Mother, her mother, Georgia Harris of Atlanta; Chapel Funeral Home, burial in Law- City Cemetery.
I abandon myself into your hands, Grandmother and Great-Grandmother
who police said had a blood-alcohol
do with me what you will.
five brothers, Jimmy and Allen Hicks of rence Baptist Church Cemetery near content of .18 percent was found in-
Whatever you may do I thank you; ANNA WELLS TEASLEY Valdosta, Don Hicks of Fort Lauderdale, Pembroke. Bobby j. Spivey Sr.
I am ready for all, I accept all, Fla., and Ricky and Gary McCrae of At- Bobby Jordan Spivey, 56, died Friday nocent after the results of his bfood-
Who Departed This Life May 24,1991
Let only your will be done in me, You left a beautiful memory lanta; six sisters, Dorothy M. Collins, , Julius H. Carter at St. Joseph's Hospital after a short ill- alcohol test were disallowed. In
and in all your creatures. A sorrow too great to be told Gwendolyn Marshall, Debra Wilson, Wil- BRUNSWICK Julius Howard Car- ness.
i wish no more than this, O Lord. Georgia, a driver is presumed intox-
? 'Into you hands I commend my soul; But to us who towed and lost you lie Mae and Brenda McCrae, all of Atlan- ter, 88, died Friday at Southeast Georgia He was born in Troy, Ala. and was a
Your memoryfcrtH-f>evergrow old.
Regional Medical Center.
icated at .08 percent,
,j offer it to you Sadly missed by your Children, Grand- ta; and three grandchildren. member of Delesseps Avenue Baptist
with all the love of my heart; children, and Great-Grands, other family Funeral: 3 p.m. today at Bethel AME The Alabama native lived in Glynri Church where he served as the brother- "I believe you were drunk, but
for I love you. Lord, members and friends.
and so need to give myself, Church, burial in Wilkerson Cemetery of County for 70 years. He was a retired hood director. He served as a steward I'm going to find you not guilty,"
to surrender myself into your hands, Collins. vice president of the First National Bank and member of Local No. 388. and Papers Fayette Probate Judge Martha Ste-
without reserve, in Loving Memory" Harper's Funeral Home of Claxton. of Brunswick with 40 years of service. He Workers Union
and with boundless confidence,
for you are my Father. Bobby and Gail Jordan was a past president of the Optimist He was a volunteer for the Southside phenson told John Lee Ciatto. "I'm
Brother Charles de Fourcauld "Stephanie Hannon Club, member of Crescent Baptist Fire Department and formerly worked as obligated to go by the letter of the
You are missed arid thought of dally. Mrs. Stephanie Harmon, 39, died Fri- Church, and was a graduate of Glynn a lieutenant for Sizemore Security Agen- law."
) ° Sadly missed by
Former Housekeeper day at Memorial Medical Center after a Academy High School. cy, working at the Westside Shopping
Gloria & The Daniels From all your Brothers and Sisters and Clayton County Solicitor Keith
family of Patricia Stavely. short illness. Surviving are two brothers, James Center for many years. He was employed
The Virginia native lived in Savannah Carter of Lisman, Ala., and Charles Car- by Cranman's Sporting Goods on Mont- Martin said the cards have 470
for the past 10 years. She attended the ter of Brunswick; one sister, Bessie Ga- gomery Crossroads, and was associated words but should have three short
North Carolina School of the Arts in 1965, boon of Montgomery, Ala.; and several with Laurel View Hunting Club. sentences. „.-.
studying classical ballet and graduated nieces and nephews. Surviving are his wife, Mabel Z. Spi-
Never Too Early! from Kempsville rfigh School in Virginia Funeral: 11 a.m. Monday at Palmetto vey of Savannah; four sons, Randall A.,
"We're attacking a Iow4ech
Selection of t suitable Ctmaftry Memorial Beach, Va. in 1972, graduatedfromNor- Cemetery. problem with high-tech language,"
nssd not be left'till you are gone. Donald D., Ronald W. and Bobby J: Spk
folk General Hospital School of Nursing Chapman Funeral Chapel of Bruns- vey Jr., all of Savannah; one daughter, Martin said. "AH the law requires is
OGLETHORPE MARBLE & GRANITE CO. in Norfolk, Va. in 1979, and was an Epis- wick. Pamela S. Walker of Savannah; two a warning that says, 'Take my test.
Quality Workmanship - Prompt Service Since 1907 copalian. brothers, Hubert and Horace Spivey, If you don't, it could cause you to
Plant & Display • E, Broad at Waldburg St, Savannah, GA. • Surviving are her husband, Robert Alice A, McCaiiless both of Troy, Ala.; two sisters, Margie
232-5571 'Harmon of Savannah; three sons, Wil- GREENVILLE, S.C. - Mrs. Alice. Olliff of Troy and Lois Hall of Phoenix lose your license. You have the right
liam, Jason and Christopher Harmon, all Altick McCanless, 70, died Friday at City. Ala.; seven grandchildren; and sev- to an independent test.' "
of Savannah; her parents, William and home after a long illness. eral nieces and nephews. Meanwhile, some agencies are
Ruth.McGuire of Savannah; one sister, She was born in Savannah and lived Funeral: 11 am. Monday at Sipple's telling officers to remember to ex-
SURVIVAL this free information seminar.
SENIOR older, you don't want to missWORKSHOP
If you are age 65 or
Daphne Swedberg of San Luis Obispo,
Calif; a niece and nephew
in Dallas, Texas before moving to Gr£en- Mortuary chapel, burial in Greenwich
ville in 1957. She was retired from Green- Section of Bonaventure Cemetery. plain the law when they stop out-of-
Funeral: 11 a.m. Tuesday at Fox and ville County School System in 1974, where Remembrances: Delesseps Avenue
state drivers. Other agencies said
WARNING!!! Weeks Funeral Directors, Hodgson chap- she was a bookkeeper for the food service Baptist Church, 1310 Delesseps Ave., Sa-
for 12 years. She was a member of our vannah, Ga. 310404
they were unaware the cards con-
el, burial in Greenwich Section of Bona- tained a questionable statement.
The Government wants more of your money! venture Cemetery. Lady of the Rosary Catholic Church and
Have You Been Hurt By Low CD or Bond Returns? the Altar Society, and was a former Cub
Scouts den mother.
Topics to be discussed:
• Protect your assets from nursing home spend-down
CARD OF THANKS Surviving are her husband, Edgar H.
McCanless of Greenville; two sons, Hen-
ry R. McCanless of Laguna Hills, Calif,
Museum Honoring POWs
• Increase your spendable income • Avoid Probate. and Edgar E. McCanless of Campbell,
• Lower your income taxes • Reduce Estate Taxes Calif.; two brothers, William O'Byrne
Altick of Mesa, Calif, and Jack Altick of
Will Resemble Prison
DATE: Tuesday, May 10 Chattanoxrga/Tenn.; two sisters, Antoin-
about $4.2 million. Sales of a com-
TIME: llam ette Waters of Savannah and Regina H. By ELLIOTT MINOR
Altick of Mesa; and several nieces and The Associated Press memorative POW coin, minted in
LOCATION: Mall Branch Library, Oglethorpe Mall nephews. Washington, will provide the re-
SPONSOR: Senior Education Seminars Vigil: 6 p.m. Monday at Thomas Mc- ANDERSONVILLE - The iron maining $3 million. The coin goes on
Afee Funeral Home, Downtown Chapel gates, imposing brick walls and sale in July.
I No Reservations Required No Admission Charge A Funeral: 10 a.m. Tuesday at Our
Lady of the Rosary Catholic Church, bur-
watch towers of the National Prison- "The POW story has never been
ial in Woodlawn Memorial Park of er of War Museum are designed to told/' said Rex Ellis of Columbus,
Greenville. make visitors feel confined and op- commander of the Georgia chapter
CC12312 pressed. of the American Ex-Prisoners of
On this Saturday and Sunday, May 7 & 8, 1994, the "When you go in, it is as if you're War. "When you go through, you'll
Sampson McCill going into a prison camp," said Fred know the POW story from each one
Chatham County Public Works Department will be The Family Of The Late WASHINGTON, D.C. Sampson
McGill, 64, died Thursday at a local hos-
Sanchez, chief ranger at the Ander- of the wars - the hardships they ex-
DEA. JACOB JOHNSON, SR. sonville National Historic Site. "It's perienced, the way the enemy treat-
replacing the submarine cable in the channel of the would like to thank you for your prayers,
pital in Washington D.C.
a confined space. You face the un- ed them and the way the public has
visits, flowers, cards, letters and all other The Lake City, S.C. native was a re-
Wilmington River beneath the Island Expressway acts of kindness during his illness and tired sergeant and U.S. Army veteran of known, which is what the POWs forgotten them."
our loss. May God Mess you always. World War II. He was a city inspector did."
Bridge. This work will require that all vehicular traffic The Johnson Family
and member of Mount Moriah Baptist The $9 million museum is to be Ellis was one of 95,000 American
built near the site of the infamous POWs in Europe during World War
traveling in the westbound lane of the Island Church, Goodwill and Charity Society
II. He was captured on March 8,1944
and V.F.W. Luartete. Andersonville Prison Camp, will
Expressway Bridge be rerouted to the east bound span. Surviving are his wife, Kayota McGill have exhibits that highlight the suf- when his B-17 was hit by anti-air-
Also, all river traffic in the channel will be restricted at Saym & Son Funeral Service, Inc of Washington, D.C.; four sons, Chester
and Lasanta McGill, both of Washington,
fering of U.S. POWs from the Revo- craft fire and finished off by Ger-
»o«. SOLID COPPER CASKET, HOWTICttLO VAULT lutionary to the Persian Gulf wars. man fighters.
>3-4 hour intervals effective 7:00 p.m., Friday, May 6, f ^^^^^^^^ *_^^ * •.._ _^ D.C., Thomas McGill of Manassas and
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Larry McGill of Savannah; four daugh-
A model of building is on display for Congress gave the National Park
visitors. Service the responsibility of telling
until 6:00 a.m. on Monday, May 9th. We appreciate your $4082.52? ters, Minetta Johnson of Atlanta, Doris
"Many of them never get over the POW story at Andersonville in
rtr Mft ArfMMMM caff 91*35*9777 Johnson and Pamela Blidge, both of Sa-
cooperation as we expedite this repair. For further infor- *15i.ll(hSt Smwrafi • 24 Hourt A Day $«*» vannah and Sanudra Fletcher of Korea; it," said William Hastings, 72, who 1970. Lawmakers picked Anderson-
his mother, Idell McGill of Washington; spent 1 Mz years in Stalag 17B, a Ger- ville because of the hardships en-
mation call the bridge house at 897-2511. three brothers, Arlon and Richard man prison camp that was the sub- dured by the 45,000 Union soldiers
McGill. both of Washington. D C . and Lo- ject of a Hollywood movie "It's
N BILL MORRIS PLUMBING to ris McGill of Kentucky; two sisters, Eve-
who were confined there for 14
Gig cr sns'.aH New what you went through. You have to. months during the Civil War. Nearly
lyn Bolden and Violet Singleton of Wash-
sussasssK m REPAIR ALL Faucets r Heaters ington, D.C: 21 grandchildren; and eight
experience it to know what it does to 13,000 died from disease, filth, star-
Gas, Water and Sewer Lines great-grandchildren you mentally and physically." vation and exposure.
TINY HEARING AID n HEATING & A.C. REPAIR ui Funeral: 2 p m . Thursday at Arling-
ton Cemetery. Washington. D.C
Hastings, a retired teacher from
Riddlesburg. Pa., spent a week at Their granite gravestones, ar-
ranged in long rows in a grassy area
Also the New hearing Aid Sidney A Jones Punera! Home of Sa- Andersonville recently as a volun- dotted with marWe monuments,
with NO Batteries tc be vannah teer POW host. He escorted school make up part of a national cemetery
pletttd by you. EVER!!! groups through the small brick
building that houses Andersonville's that was created in 1885. Since then,
.Time PaymenHK) Interest Nanioti IN. Sroll an additional 4,900 veterans and
if REWARD! * SWAINSBORO Namon N Scott, 73, current POW exhibits
'I ate bread with sawdust for their relatives have been buried
Pt*M* RMwn Brindto Boitf To Hir ± died Thursday at Emanuel County Hospi-
* Funny on WMtwnanli Wand " bulk, rutabagas, turnips and occa-
tal after a short illness
if Call 897-9409 or 354-5411 if The Johnson County native lived in sionally other foods," said Hastings, The new museum was designed
Trrnton. N' J for many years before re- who parachuted out of a B-17 when it by Caria McConnell, an architect at
I t u r n i n g to Swainsboro in 1987. He was a was hit during a daylight bombing the National Park Service's design
A I member of Smith Grove Baptist Church mission on Jan 5. 1944. "A lot of it center in Denver, Cote. The Park
7 Yitrtfo and a l.'.S World War H veteran.
was wormy But you didn't let that Service consulted a committee of
A vary small canai hearing
ABC Hearing Services at: r Surviving are four brothers, Willie
bother you. It was meat, too." former POWs on the design and on
Srott of Memphis. Tenn . Tommie Scott
has b*en developed using DON AULD'S nf Philadelphia, Pa . and Charlie and There are about 70,000 surviving exhibits
latest space age technologies POWs and they will raise about $25
Hear in crowds better PRESCRIPTION SHOP Jimmy Scott, both of Swainsbnro, and
one sister, Janie Turner of Swainsboro million to help pay for the museum
After visitors tour the building,
they will be "released" into a mar-
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uopnpauvri lt«<i , , (N«xi to St. Joaaph'i Hoapftai) Funeral 2pm today at Smith (irnvo Coast ruction *on the 10.000-squa re- ble courtyard
Baptist Church, burial in Swainsboro C i t y
Reno Tapley Mortuary of Swainsboro
foot museum and visitors' center
should begin early next year. The
"Inside, there will be a lot of open
space for people to contemplate,"
federal government will provide Sanchez said v