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•»«. Baaiyt Sawyar Kitties, II, died Jet* Jaft* Graot Ruhr, ft, dtod JWOP - daw Holland, «, died SYLVANIA• - Marvin t. Fitter, U, BLACKSHEAR - Mrs. Emma
Itetday at Outturn Nursing Home af Thursday at Caadter General Naapital. Thursday at home after a long Utoess. died Friday at horn* from gunshot Waldron Rowland, M, died Friday at rum ST., 73, died Thursday at University
The Graofvttte, Fla., native livod in The Tttmall County native lived in Baptist Village in Waycross after a long Hospital in Augusta after a short Illness
Maccn before moving to Savannah and Wayne County 89 years and was a farm- The Lafeyetta native lived in Sylvania illness. The native and lifelong resident of
tlM SavaBBah native was a member Jenkins County was a retired supervisor
of Secoad African Baptist Church and was a member of Centenary United er. •tnce im and was « retired textile work- The Pierce County native was retired
Methodist Church in Macon. Surviving are three sons, Bill* Tom- er to Lafeyette and a veteran of the Kore- from Pierce Shoe Factory after 26 years for Savannah River Plant and a Navy
was a student at Beach Institute when tt veteran of World War H. He was a Bap-
was torced to dose on Nov. 11, 1919. Surviving are * daughter, Harriett my and David Holland, all of Jesup; four an War. He was a Baptist. ofservice.
Twenty years later she was a graduate of Haygood of Savannah; a brother, Justin daughters, Catherine Sheffield, Jane Surviving are two daughters, Pamela Surviving are a son, William C. Row- list.
Beach High School, Adult Education. She Grace of Rhode bland; a grandaon, Da- Jones and Maryann Walker, all of Jesup, P Dixon and Cindy P. Call, both of Sylva- land of Patterson; two brothers, Jimmie Surviving are a daughter, Rosemary
was owner of Kittles Confectionary and vid T. Haygood Jr. of Savannah; and sev- and Rose Estes of Byers, Texas; two sis- nia ; twosons, Steven Parker of Lafayette Waldron of Waycross and Mathie W. Brown of Douglas; a son, William E.
Flower Shop and active to the local chap- eral nieces and nephews. ters, Mattie Lou Holland of VidaUa and and Clint Parker of Sylvania; a brother, Waldron of Blackshear; a grandson, Lyn Woodrum Jr. of Mil ten; a sister, Grace
ter of the National Association for the Ao> Graveside service: 4 p.m. today in Mellle Sapp of EustJs, Fla.; a brother, Jimmy C. Parker of Sylvania; and 11 Rowland of Waycross; a granddaughter, Taylor of Prattville, Ala.; and five grand-
of Colored People during the Macon Memorial Park. Dempsey Holland of Claxton; 20 grand- grandchildren. Valrie Bryant of Augusta; and several children, William L. and John W. Brown,
Sipple's Mortuary. children; 12 great-grandchildren; and Funeral. 11 a.m. Monday at Thomp- other relatives. both of Douglas, Daniel S., Sarah W. and
Surviving are a brother, Merritt B. Remembrances: Centenary United several nieces and nephews. son Funeral Home, burial in Screven Funeral: 3 p.m. Sunday at Person Fu- Betsy K. Woodrum, all of Millen.
Sawyer of Savannah; a sister/ Ethel B. Methodist Church. Rinehart and Sons Funeral Home in County Memorial Cemetery. neral Home, burial in Ben James Ceme- Graveside service: 3 p.m. today at
Bogan of Washington, D.C.; five nieces, Jesup. tery. Millen Cemetery.
Mary B, Ward of Inglewood, Calif., Wtlla Amanda S. Lomax Crowe-Fields Funeral Home.
S. Greene of Los Angeles, Kathryn B. Mrs. Amanda Savage Lomax, a?, died Cecil J. Hires Nora D. Engliah Clifford B. Surrency
Johnson of tybee Island, Dorothy B. Thursday at Candler General Hospital. JESUP - Cecil J. Hires, 72, died Fri- SYLVANIA - Nora Dickey English, HAZLEHURST - Clifford Bill Sur- Katharine L Major
LaSaine of Washington, D.C., and Ethel The Abbeville, S.C., native lived in day at Wayne Memorial Hospital after a 75, died Friday at Screven County Hospi- rency, 82, died April 30 at Presbyterian SAN DIEGO - Mrs. Katherine Law-
B. Gaston of Savannah; a nephew, Wal- Savannah many years, was a housewife long illness. tal. Hospital in Brooklyn, N.Y., after a short ton Major died Wednesday after a short
ter J. Bogan of Chevy Chase, Md.; and and a member of Townstey Chapel AME The Wayne County native was a for- The Screven County native was re- illness. illness.
several great-nieces and great-nephews. Church, where she served on the stew- mer employee of Alfred Dorman Co. in tired from Manhattan Shirt Factory in The Appling County native lived in The Savannah native lived in San Die-
Sidney A. Jones Funeral Home. ardess and progressive boards. She was a Jesup and owner of Jesup News Stand. Charleston, S.C., as a seamstress and Brooklyn many years and was a member go more than 25 years and was a retired
member of Order of the Eastern Star. He was a veteran of World War 11. was a member of Corinth Baptist Church. of a Presbyterian church in Burke, N.Y. teacher at San Diego, Californ^ Public
Surviving are a daughter, Andrea Surviving are three sons, Gary and Surviving are four sisters, Thelma He was a retired electrician. School. She was a former member of
Beverly Crawford Deniese Davis of Savannah; two sons, Randy Hires, both of Fort Worth, Texas, Thompson of Sylvania, Cora B. Larouche Surviving are four sisters, Pearlene Bethel AME Church.
Mrs. Beverly Crawford, 52, died Thomas and Dennis Rouse, both of Sa- and Mickey Hires of Copperas Cove, Tex- of Savannah, Louise Uhrich of Monks Johnson, Mozell Foster and Bell Ricks, Surviving are her husband, Hugh Ma-
Thursday from injuries received in an vannah; 12 grandchildren; and 13 great- as; a daughter, Diane Hires of Jesup; Corner, S.C., and Alma R. Melton of all of New York, and Arlene Deterra of jor of San Diego; two nephews, Melvin
automobile accident on Interstate 516. grandchildren. four sisters, Bernice Thornton, Jessie M. Steinhatchee, Fla.; and two brothers, Da- Zurich, Switzerland; two brothers, Nor- and Gerald L. Stevens, both of Savannah;
The Savannah native was an invento- Funeral: 3 p.m. Wednesday at Towns- Bennett and Annette Woods, all of Jesup, vid Dickey and R.D. Dickey of States- man and Jarrod Seed, both of New York; a brother-in-law, Willie F. Stevens of Sa-
ry clerk for food and beverages at the ley Chapel AME Church, burial in Ever- and Pearl Madray of Okeechobee, Fla; a boro. and several nieces nephews and other vannah and other relatives.
NCQ dub at Hunter Army Airfield for green Memorial Cemetery. brother, Lamar Hires of Jesup; and 11 Funeral: 2 p.m. Sunday at Thompson relatives. Funeral: 11 a.m. Wednesday in San
nine years and was a member of Good- Michael and Brown Funeral Home. grandchildren and several nieces and Funeral Home, burial in Screven County Funeral: 1 p.m. Saturday at Thankful Diego.
will Baptist Church nephews. Memorial Cemetery. Baptist Church in Jersey, burial in Old Williams and Williams Funeral
Surviving are two daughters, Tabatha James R. Moody Funeral: 3 p.m. Sunday at Rinehart Field Cemetery in Baxley. Home. -r" """'*
and Angelika Crawford, both of Savan- NAHUNTA - James Richard "Bo" and Sons Funeral Home, burial in Jesup Thornton's Funeral Home in Hazle-
nah; a son, Travis.Crawford of Savan- Moody, 52, died Thursday at St. Vincent's City Cemetery. John M. Futch hurst.
nah; her parents, Mr. and Mrs. John B. Medical Center in Jacksonville, Fla., af- LAWTON,Okla. - JohnM. Futch, 73, Morris D. Smilh
Henley of Savannah; five sisters, ter a short Illness. Clifford A. Parramore died Wednesday at home after a long ill- Virginia P. Foster Morris Dean Smith, 47, died Wednes-
Doreline Groover, Mary Smart, Patricia The Wayne County native was assis- toAKLOW - Clifford A. Parramore, Mrs Virginia Elizabeth Puckett Fos- day at Southeast Georgia Regional Medi-
68, died Thursday at home after a short ness.
Allen and Linda Cutter, all of Savannah, tant terminal trainmaster for CSX Trans- The Bulloch County native was a re- ter, 72, died Thursday at home after a cal Center in Brunswick after a long ill-
and Charlene Buckle of Columbia, S.C.; portation in Waycross and a member of illness tired chief warrant officer in the U.S. short illness. ness.
four brothers, Willie E., Robert Lee and Nahunta Masonic Lodge 391, F&AM and The Thomas County native attended Army, serving in Japan Korea, Okinawa, The Augusta native was a member of The native and lifelong resident of Sa-
John Henley Jr., all of Savannah and Hickox Baptist Church. Rjncon Baptist Temple and was a U.S. Aldersgate United Methodist Church. vannah was a member of Coastal Cathe-
Army veteran. He was a member of the Thailand, Vietnam, Germany and the
Eric Henley of Woodbridge, Va.; and oth- Surviving are his wife, Charlotte Rig- United States. He was a retired assistant Surviving are four sons, Dewey E. dral Church of God.
er relatives. gins Moody of Nahunta; two sons, James Veterans of Foreign Wars No. 10177 in field director for the American Red Foster Jr. of Port Wentworth, Arthur Lee Surviving are two daughters, Deana
Bynes-Royall Funeral Home. and Brian Moody, both of Nahunta; two Crescent City, Fla., and a life member of Cross, a charter member of the Golden Foster of Richmond Hill, John A. Foster and Tracy Smith, both of Hollister, Cal-
sisters, Bonnie Bath of Stilson and Evon DAV Chapter 8 in Savannah. He was a re- if. ; his mother, Manie P. Smith of Savan-
tired farmer. Kiwanis Club, a volunteer for the of Covington and Thomas W. Foster of
Winski of Riverdale; and a brother, Ju- Tallaferro Community Mental Health Pennsylvania; a daughter, Sarah Eliza- nah; four brothers, Harrold L. Smith of
nior Moody of Marietta. Surviving are his wife, Mae S. Parra- Center, a member of Mount Scott Mason- beth Barnwell of Port Wentworth; three Macon, John S. Smith of Hephzibah, Low-
FUNERALS Funeral: 3 p.m. today at Hickox Bap-
tist Church, burial in Bethlehem Ceme-
tery in BrantJey County.
more of Marlow; two daughters, Mae A.
Newman of Marlow and Judy Brigdon of
Governor's Island, N.Y.; a brother,
ic Lodge, a 32nd degree Mason and a
member of the Scottish Rite. He was a
member of First United Methodist
brothers, Bo, Carl and John A. Puckett,
all of Savannah; 16 grandchildren; a
great-grandchild; and several nieces and
ell T. Smith of Augusta and E.F; Smith of
Savannah; three sisters, Norma Wright
of Cleveland, Texas, Irene Gorman and
WATSON — Funeral services for Mr. Charles L. Parramore of Tallahassee, Marryann Kim, both of Savannah; and
Otis Lee Watson, Veteran, will be
Guy Chambless Funeral Home in Church in Lawton and Tomlinson Sunday nephews.
Nahunta. Fla.; two sisters, Doris Brown of Wild- several nieces and nephews.
held Saturday, May 9, 1992, at wood, Fla;, and Virginia O'Nolan of Tam- School class. Memorial service: 7 p.m. today at Al-
10:30«m from Pilgrim Baptist Surviving are his wife, Verona Futch dersgate United Methodist Church. Funeral: 2 p,m. Monday at Coastal
Annie H. Williams pa, Fla.; and five grandchildren, a Cathedral Church of God, burial in Bona-
Church. Rev. Kenneth Crawford offi- grandson and several nieces and neph- of Lawton, Okla.; three daughters, Doro- Graveside service: 11 a.m. Monday in
ciating. Interment Lawton Cemetery,
Mrs. Annie Henderson Williams, 73, thy J. Gaschler of Fort Meade, Md., Re- the U.S. National Cemetery in Beaufort, venture Cemetery.
died Thursday at Memorial Medical Cen- ews. Fox and Weeks Funeral Home, Hodg-
Sylvania, Ga. Survivors are Mrs. Funeral: 4 p.m. Sunday at Thomas C. becca L. Smith and Patricia A. Mosal, S.C.
Amanda Bpxton Watson, Mr. and ter. both of Lawton; two sisters, Blanche Eth- Sipple's Mortuary. son Chapel.
The Sylvania native was * homemak- Strickland Funeral Home, Springfield
Mrs Joshua (Hattie Mae) Stewart, chapel. eredge of Port Wentworth and Christine
Sr., Dea. and Mrs. Eugene (Maebell)
er and a member of Central Baptist Payne of Myrtle Beach; S.C.; a brother,
Church. She was founder of 1939-39 Beach Additional graveside service: 12:30
Cooper, Mrs. Ethel Mae Frazier, Elder p.m. Monday at Florida National Ceme- Rufus Futch of Statesboro; and seven
High School class reunion.
and Mrs. Julius (Thelma) Jackson
Sr., Mrs. Ada lain, Mr. and Mrs. Alex- Surviving are her husband, Henry W. tery in Bushnell, Fla.
Remembrances: American Diabetes
Funeral: 2p.m. Monday at First Unit- Lafayette Man Charged in Murder
ander (Fannie) Watson Sr., Mr. and
Williams of Savannah; a sister, Ruby ed Methodist Church in Lawton, burial in
Rogers; and an aunt, Ada Williams of Sa- Association. tody at the Sylvania City Jail.
Mrs. Cleveland (Bertha) Watson, EN Post Cemetery, Fort Sill. By LAURA MILNER
der and Mrs. Corded (Dorothy) Wat- vannah. Jack S. Grizzard Lawton Ritter Gray Funeral Home in
Sidney A. Jones Funeral Home. Jack S. Grizzard, 64, died Thursday at Statesboro Bureau "Our officers responded to a do-
son, Elder and Mrs. Lloyd (Mary) Lawton. mestic disturbance call on Mock
Watson, Mr. and Mrs. Abraham St. Joseph's Hospital after a short illness. Hodges-Turner Funeral Home, STATESBORO - A 29-year-old
(Catherine) Watson, Mr. and Mr. Wil- Hollis W, Truesdell The native and lifelong resident of Sa- Statesboro, in charge of local arrange- Street around midnight Thursday,"
ORLANDO, Fla. - Hollis W. Trues- man from Lafayette was charged Snow said, "Upon arrival, we found
lis Watson, Mr. and Mrs. Jimmy Wat- vannah was a former president of Griz- ments. with murder Friday after allegedly
son, Mr. Harold Reed, Pastor Rosie L. dell died Wednesday at Humana Lu- zard Transfer Co. a 59-year-old white male had been
Morris, 20 grandchildren, 36 great- cerne. Surviving are his wife, Charlene S. shooting his father in the head shot and killed. His 29-year-old son
The Denison, Texas, native lived in Grizzard of Savannah; a brother, Paul Colonial L. Bacon around midnight Thursday.
grandchildren, nieces, nephews, MIAMI - Colonial Lee Bacon, 74, was arrested and charged with mur-
cousins, other relatives and friends. Orlando since 1945 and was a retired war- Grizzard of Savannah; three sisters, Sylvania police Sgt. James Snow
rant officer in the U.S. Air Force after 30 died Tuesday at St. Fransis Hospital af- der."
Reposing at the church from Sam un- Christine Sams, Evelyn Holliday and ter a long illness.
said the fatal shooting followed an
til services. Sidney A. Jones.. years He was a World War I veteran, a Pauline Banks, all of Savannah; and sev- argument between the father and The father was snot in the head
member of Episcopal Church of Annunci- The Liberty County native lived in Mi-
WALTER — Memorial services for eral nieces and nephews. ami for 51 yeaj^-and was a member of son, both of whom had been drinking with a large caliber handgun, Snow
Mrs. Mary Louise Walter will be held ation, in Vidalia and a former employee of Graveside service: 3 p.m. today at said. He had moved back to Sylvania
Martin Marietta, Kennedy Space Center Shilo Ba^USTChurdi and Shilo Male Cho- alcohol.
Tuesday, May 12, 1992 at Fox and Hillcrest Abbey West Cemetery. rus. He was employed by Florida East Marvin E^arker, a'retired tex- several months ago and his son was
Weeks Hodgson Chapel at 11:00am and Georgia Hatch Nuclear Plant. Fox and Weeks Funeral Home, Hodg-
Surviving are his wife, Louise John- son Chapel.
Coast Railroad for 30 yeaYs. ?r, died at his home. His visiting him from Lafayette, where
with Father John Kenneally officiat- Surviving are his wife, Eula H. Bacon the family had been living in recent
ing. Interment: Private Remem- son TruesdeH of Orlando; two daughters, Lloyd G. McGuigan son, Steven Parker, has been
Twaila Hales of Ocoee, Fla., and Hollera of Miami; a daughter, Antoiane B, Cole- charged in the slaying and is in cus- years.
brances. A favorite charity in lieu of PORT ROYAL, S.C. - Lloyd G. Mc- man of Pensacola, Fla.; four sisters,
flowers. Fox and Weeks Hodgson Nielsen of Orlando; a son, Doye Trues- Guigan, 58, died Thursday at home.
dell of Winter Park, Fla.; a brother, John Grace Johnson, Carolyn White and
Chapel. -.. The East Berlin, Pa., native was a
MCGINNIS — Funeral services for El-
Truesdell of Bonham, Texas; and three
graduate of Kennard Dale High School
Jaunita Haggary, all of Rincon, and Vera
Smart of Savannah; two brothers, Mar- GSU Police Arrest 4 in Robbery
mer R. McGinnis of Hinesville, Ga. and a U.S. Navy veteran of the Korean ion Bacon of Rincon and Wallace Bacon
Funeral: 3 p.m. Sunday at Murchison War and Vietnam War. He was former
will be 11am Saturday, at Carter Fu- Funeral Home in Vidalia, burial in Gibbs of Dorchester, Mass.; and a granddaugh- and physical evidence on the oth-
neral Home Chapel with Rev. Billy owner of Locust Inn Hotels in York ter. By LAURA MILNER
Cemetery in Montgomery County. Springs, Pa., a life member of East Ber- Statesboro Bureau
ers," Brown said Friday.
Wilson officiating. Burial will be in Murchison Funeral Home in Vidalia. Funeral: 2 p.m. Monday at Jerusalem GSU officers arrested Bonny Wil-
Hinesville Cemetery with full military lin VFW and Amvets Post No. 70 in Port Missionary Baptist Church in Groveland,
honors. Honorary pallbearers will be Royal. burial in Mount Olive Cemetery in Clax- STATESBORO - Georgia South- liams, 17, of Route 5, Sylvania; and
George Gosseck, Rickie Gosseck,
Wesley A. Reid Surviving are three sons, Donald B. Chad Rama Moore, 20, of Elm Street
Wesley Anderson Reid died Thursday ton. ern University police officers have
Mike Gosseck, W.H. Futch, Bo and Bruce E. McGuigan, both of York, Harper's Funeral Home, Claxton. arrested four people in connection in Statesboro, both charged with
Lutack, Raymond Futch, Dale Futch,
at Candler General Hospital. Pa., and George L. McGuigan of armed robbery, Sharp said.
The Walterboro, S.C., native lived in Mcsherrystown, Pa.; his father, Bruce E. with an armed robbery on campus in
Daryl Sheppard, Harney Denham,
Savannah many years and was a long- January and are investigating a Williams is being held in Bulloch
Danny Futch, Eugene Futch, Michael McGuigan of Stewartstown, Pa.; three James A. Hiers County Jail on $20,000 bond, and
Woods, Danny Futch, Jaron Stewart, time cab driver for Milton Cab Co. and a brothers, William E. McGuigan of New Thursday night burglary in the edu-
member of Central Baptist Church. SWAINSBORO - James Allen Hiers, cation building. Moore is being held pending a pre-
Ron Hilbert. Carter Funeral Home of Freedom, Pa., Joseph M. McGuigan of 59, died Wednesday at home. liminary hearing next week, Sharp
Hinesville in charge of arrangments. Surviving are his wife, Elizabeth Reid Rock ledge, Fla., and Donald McGuigan
of Savannah; a daughter, Helen Bostick The Charleston, S.C., native was owrh GSU police Sgt. Guy Sharp said said.
of Sanford, Fla.; two sisters, Christine er and operator of Hiers Cleaning Service the four non-students were arrested
of Savannah; two sons, Wesley Reid Jr. Lloyd of Stewartstown and Sharon Rals- Tyrone Atkinson, 18, of Metier
and Theron Carter, both of Savannah; in Swainsboro. He was a member of individually between April 26 and and Earick Henry, 18, of Pulaski
CEMETERIES & CRYPTS ton of Glen Allen, Va.; and a grandchild. Faith Baptist Church in Midville.
several grandchildren; great-grandchil-
HILLCREST ABBEY - 6 plots in PREST1- dren; and other relatives.
Memorial services: 7 p.m. Monday at Surviving are his wife, Marilyn Hiers Wednesday in connection with the were charged with being parties to
Amvets Post No. JO, Ribaut Road, Port ofSwainsboro; a daughter, Debra Archer armed robbery of a female student armed robbery. Sharp said Atkinson
GIOUS AZALEA SECTION. $3600 for all or Funeral: 2 p.m. Monday at Central Royal, burial in New Freedom Cemetery
will subdivide at $750 each. 803-794-9102 Baptist Church, burial in Lincoln Memo- ofswainsboro; two sons, Jimmy Hiers of in the University Union parking lot and Henry, both seniors at States-
Forest Lawn Memory Gardens, (Masonic). in New Freedom. Swainsboro and Joey Hiers of Baxley; his at 7:30 p.m. Jan. 15. boro High School, were released on
rial Cemetery. Copeland Funeral Home, Beaufort,
Lot6, D-Section, two spaces 1-2-3-4. Price
Bynes-Royall Funeral Home. mother, Lillian Hiers of Hampton, S.C.; a The young woman was not in- bond last weekend.
reduced to $1.000. Call 232-0701. S.C. sister, Mary E. Martin of North Augusta, jured when a man approached her In a separate incident on campus,
S.C.; and a brother, Douglas Hiers of Kis- as she entered her car. The man employees in Room 12 and Room 98
ATTENTION Fresh Hand Pk*ed Claw Funeral: 11 a.m. today at Hunnicutt threatened her with a gun and de- of the Carroll Building found their
Funeral Home in Swainsboro, burial at 4 manded her book bag containing a offices burglarized Friday morning,
Important Notice to people with BJORK-SHILEY CONVEXO-CONCAVE (C/C)
ARTIFICIAL HEART VALVES and their spouses. CRAB MEAT p.m. in Hampton Cemetery in Hampton, textbook, wallet, $17 cash, credit
cards, checkbook and driver's li-
Sharp said. An IBM Model 30 com-
puter worth $1,632 and a Mclntosh
MONEY DAMAGES FRESH LOCAL SHRIMP cense, Sharp said. SE 30 computer and printer worth
If you or your spouse has been implanted with a BfORK-SHILEY (C/C) heart GSU police Chief Ken Brown said $850 were reported missing.
Live and Bolted the arrests followed three months of Brown said the building's lobby
valve, you are probably entitled to money damages and other benefits under a DOZENS cm
proposed settlement of a pending lawsuit. This heart valve was surgically
implanted in patients from 1979 through 1986.
BLUE CRABS BUSHELS interviews with suspects and investi-
was open and perpetrators appar-
ently broke the glass on an office
"The investigators picked up one
If yo« have receded notice of this settlement and wish to protect your rights tad maximize year money
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