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									         2C- Savannah Morning News • Wednesday. August 25,1999* * * *
                                                                                                                    Obituaries
         ^ The obituary listings are a             Wilbur Green                                     Cheryl Aim M. Hemdon                                        Ruth P. White                               Ruth B. RoweU                                  Fishman
         • '/tee service of the Savannah                Wilbur Green, 88. died Aug. 22 at Me-            SURRENCY        CherylAnn Morris                                                                       Ruth Rebecca Bass Rowell,«, died          Continued from page 1C
                                                                                                                                                                   Ruth P. White. 91, died Aug. 23 at    • Aug. 24 at Chatham Nursing Home.
         Z JUorning News, compiled from            morial Health University Medical Cen-             Merndon, 37, died Aug. 23 at Emory Uni-                   Candler Hospital.
         " written information sent by fu-         ter.                                             versity Hospital                                               She was born In                              She was bom in CofTee County and
                                                        He was born in                                  She-was born in Jacksonville, Fla.,                                                                 lived in Savannah most of her life. She         Medicare and Medicald paperwork
         l neral homes. A family contact                                                            and lived, in Appling County most of her
                                                                                                                                                               Summerville, S.C.,
                                                                                                                                                                                                         . worked at Union Camp Corp. tnow Inter-
         "name must be included. To                Early Branch, S.C.,                                                                                         and lived in Savan-                                                                          for the Savannah Rehabilitation and
                                                   and lived in Savan-                              life. She was a member of St. Rose of                      nah most of her life.                        national Paper) for more than 30 years in
         ? send a fax, dial 234-6522. For          nah most of his adult                            Lima Catholic Church.                                                                                   the Standard Grocery Department. She           Nursing Center. "He learned early
                                                                                                                                                               She was a member                                                                             from my father and others in the
            questions, call 652-0310. Items        life. He was a mem-                             • SURVIVORS:- her husband, Bo Hern-                         of First Mount Beth-                       i was a member of Riverside Baptist
         i appearing under Funerals,               ber of Tremont Tem-                             don of Surrency; three daughters. Heath-                    el Baptist Church,                           Church.;                                        family how cruel people could be.
           'Memorials and Card of                 ple Baptist Church.                              er Ann, Ashley Ann and Whitney Laura'                      Usher Board No. I,                                SURVIVORS: two sons, James M.               He didnt want to risk losing his job.
           •Thanks are purchased through               SURVIVORS: his                              Herndon, all of Surrency; a stepson,                        Missionary Board,                            Rowell and William Curtis Rowell, both          He was protecting us."
           vur advertising department.            wife, Queen Esther                               Rusty Herndon of Surrency: her parents,                     Pulpit Aide Club and                         prSavannah; a daughter, Betty Kay Deal,            The two were close growing up,
           Vali 652-0228 or fax 236-8909.         Green of Savannah; Green                         Charles and Sandy Morris of Surrency;                      The       Independent White                   of Ocala, Fta.; seven grandchildren, sev-.      allied with an older sister in a nasty
                                                  daughters, Joyce Rucker and Shirley              two sisters. Holly Hamilton of Baxley and                  Christian Union Society.                      eral great-grandchildren and nieces and
                                                  Crawford, both of Savannah; a son, Wai-          Rhonda Sue Smith of Salt Lake.City: and                                                                  nephews.             •
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                           divorce, in a family of alcoholism
                                                  lace Bowers of Norfolk, Va.; a sister.          a brother, Brian Tpdd Morris of San Die-
                                                                                                                                                                  SURVIVORS: three daughters, Ruth
                                                                                                                                                                                                               VISITATION. M-pra. today at Hu-
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                            and abuse. Pfeiffer was the adoring •
         Larry W.AdsideJr,                                                                                                                                    P. James of Excelsior Springs, Mo., Bet-                                                      baby sister, he the older brother
                                                  Henrietta Mitchell of Yemassee, S.C.: a         go         . •     /                                                                                      bert C. Baker Funeral Home, Victory
                                                                                                                                                              ty W. Strone of Atlanta and Claire W.                                                        who taught her to dance the fox trot,
      — i^arry Wilson Adside Jr., 27, died        sister-in-law, Janie Hay of Enffeld, N C :           FUNERAL MASS: 11 a.m. today at                         Kitchens of Savannah; (wo sons, Russell       Drive Chapel.
      •Aug. 24 at home.                         * a bfo.ther-ln-law, Henry Priester of Ehr-       St. Rose of Lima Catholic Church, burial                    Paterson of Sumpter, S.C., and Eugene            GRAVESIDE SERVICE. 2 p.m.
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                           the mainbo, the rhuniba.
      ; He was born and educated in Savan-        hardt, S.C.; 15 grandchildren and six           in Big Creek Cemetery in Wayne County.                      Paterson of Savannah; 21 grandchildren,      Thursday in Forest Lawn Memory Gar-                 As adults they kept in close con-
      nah. He worked for. Cut Antique Glass       great-grandchildren.                                 Swain Funeral Home, Baxley.                            56 great-grandchildren,. a number of         dens. '                 -
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                           tact, more so after Pfeiffer, 50,
      JCo. in Atlanta.                                 FUNERAL: 1 p.m. Thursday at Tre-
                                                  mont Temple Baptist Church, burial in
                                                                                                                                                              nieces, nephews, cousins and other rela-                                                     moved to Savannah in 1991 —where
      • SURVIVORS: his parents, Mr. and                                                           Lewis J. Lucky Sr.                                          tives.                                                                                       she met her husband—as a visiting
      {Mrs. John Mary Brown and Larry Adside      Evergreen Cemetery. '                                                                                        - Sidney A.Jones Funeral Home.
      jSr., all of Savannah; a sister, Sherry          Sidney A; Jones FuneralHome.                        Lewis -Jackson Lucky Sr., "84, died                                                                                                             nurse, When she suffered a stroke a
    ' tAdside of Savannah; and two brothers,
      {Nathaniel Edward Lecount and Jerome
                                                    Dorceil M. Fate
                                                                                                       A\ig. 24 at Heritage Parfcof Savannah.
                                                                                                           He was a native of Bernice, La., and Hattie Bell G. Lundy
                                                                                                                                                                                                          Uncle                                            year ago in July, spending 48 hours
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                           in a coma, Charles visited twice,
      •Marcus Lscount, both of Savannah.                                                            • a longtime resident of Rincon after mov-         STATESBORO - Mrs. Hattie Bell            Continued from page 16                                     once for a week so he could help
      i Michael & Brown Funeral Home.                    GLENNVILLE          Mrs. Dorceil Mob-         ing from Port Wentworth in 1960.            Graham Lundy, 95, died Aug. 21 at                                                                       her buy a car with a left-foot accel-
•    i                                              ley Fate., 62, died Aug. 21 at Candler Hos-            He retired from Continental Can, Brown's Nursing Home.                                                                                          erator, another time for her birth-
                                                    pital in Savannah.                                 where he worked as a pulp mill supervi-                                                                                                             day.            ..'..••.           . '.'•
     JMildredC.Beastey                                   She was born in Tatuiall County and
                                                                                                                                                       She was a native of Bulloch County
                                                                                                       sor. He .was the widow of Dorothy S. and a member of Miller Grove Baptist
                                                                                                                                                                                               contact for the. families of the
                                                                                                                                                                                               Marines who were killed and whose                           - During his second visit; before
. ; .JESUP - Mildred Cleo Beasley, 82,              was a lifelong resident of Glennville. She         Lucky. "
                                                    was a domestic worker and a member of                  SURVIVORS: a son, Lewis Jackson
                                                                                                                                                  Church.         • ' • ' • ' . • •            bodies were not returned," she said.                        she knew he was ill, he reached in
  •died Aug. 23 at Beverly Health and Re-                                                                                                             SURVIVORS: three daughters, Rosa                                                                     his pocket and drew out a card with-
  Jhab Center.                                      Evening Light Reformation Church of                Lucky Jr.; two brothers, Elmer Lucky of Lee Parish and Bertha Walden, both pf           "I like to see the families get a sense
  • She was born in Bulloch County and              God in Glennville.              .    ,.            Marietta and Ernest Lucky of Albuquer- Statesboro, and Ruby Lee Walker pf St. of closure or be informed of any                                      specific instructions for his death—
  ilived in Meldrim a number of years be-               SURVIVORS, three daughters, Bren- que,, N.M.; two grandchildren, a great- Petersburg, Fla,; five sons, Jake, Joseph                    information concerning their loved                          that he was to be cremated, that :
  'fore moving to Jesup recently. She was a         da Monroe and Kathleen Fate, both of Sa-           grandchild and several nieces and neph- and Nathaniel Lundy,' all pf Statesboro,        one."                                                       there would be no viewing, no         •
  'member of Bryan County Primitive Bap-            vannah, and Marilyn Grant of Villa Rica;           ews.         .   '               • •       Julius Lundy of. Orlando, fla., and Willie      But when efforts to . locate                             funeral, no seiyiee.
  itist Church and retired in- 1975 from            five sons, Samuel, Jerrel, Moses and Billy             Fox & Weeks FunerahDlrectors, Mas-. Lundy of Chicago; three sisters, Addie Robinson's family failed in the last                                   - "He was trying to tell me some- ;
  {Union Camp Corp (now International Pa-           Fate, all of Savannah, and Major Fate of           sey Chapel in Garden City.                 Hill of Statesboro and Christine Da'vis few months, Hammers issued a pub-                                thing," Pfeiffer said. KBut I wasn't
  •peri.                • • ' . . • • '             Glennville; eight sisters, Helen Harvey,                                                      arid Clara Rich, both pf Tampa, Fla.; 43 lic plea this week for information.
                                                    Rosa Mae Davis, Geraldine Davis, Nell Jeanne Marie V. Norboge
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                           listening. I didnt want to hear it"
  J . SURVIVORS: a son and daughter-in-                                                                                                           grandchildren, 564 great-grandchildren                                                                      But there were the lesions on his
  •law, Bill Barton and Retha Barton, both      - Hill andGwitha Warren, all of Glennville,                                                       and several nieces, nephews and other          That generated a few calls on
  lof Jesup; four sisters, Betty Rigdon of         Linda Williams of Hinesville, Laveme                   Jeanne Marie Voigt Norboge, 68, died relatives.                                     Tuesday. Most from second and third                         face that wouldn't heal—she - '
  JPort .Wentworth, Ruby Wilson of Brook-          Daughtry of Fort Pierce, Fla.. and Aug. 23 at Memorial Health University                           FUNERAL: 2 p.m. Thursday at Mill- sources unrelated to the family.
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                         thought they were skin cancer since'
  Jet, Mae Webster of Lakeland, Fla., and          Vonceil Brantley of Savannah; two broth- Medical Center.                    :                  er Grove Baptist Church, burial in the         ''Everyone's memory is foggy.                            he was a sun-worshiper. There waj <
  JVema Sharpley of Snow Hill, Md:; a              ers, Jerry and E.M. Mobley^ both of                    She was born in Baldwin, Long Is- church cemetery.                                  because it's been-such*a long time,"                       the fever he came down with last "•
  •brother, Melvin Chester of Port Went-        • Glennville; 22 grandchildren and 15 land jOnd lived in Savannah for 32 years.                       Payton's Mortuary of Statesboro.        Hammers said.                                               Christmas when he* was at their
  "worth: 13 grandchildren. 20'great-grand-        great-grandchildren.                               She retired from Savannah Housing Au-                                                                                                               older sistert house. There was the
                                                                                                                                                                                                 Hicks also remembered little
   children, seven,-great-great-grandehil-              VISITATION: 7-8 pjn.-Friday at'King thority, where she was manager of the                                                             about living with her ancle and his                         malaise, the fatigue that wouldn't '.
  gdren and a number of-nieces and neph-           and Son's Funeral Home in Glennville.              Stubbs.Tower apartments. At the time of     Charles W. Seyle
                                                        FUNERAL:, l i a.m. Saturday at Zion ' her death, she was an account manag-                                                            parents on Newell Street before he                          lift.
                                                                                                                                                      Charles -Winchester Seyle, 80, died left for the service when she was 10                                That's when Pfeiffer, five months.».
     | « VISITATION: 7-9 p.m. today aj F'oun-      Temple Holiness Church in Glennville,              er/senior services program and a volun-
                                                                                                                                                  Aug. 24 at Memorial Health University                                                                   after her stroke, sensing her brother
     il|iin Funeral Home, Port Wentworth.          burial in Robert Chapel Cemetery in Ty- teer with the Memorial 55 Plus Program                 Medical Center.                             or 11.                     .
    .{Q FUNERAL: 11 a.m. Thursday at               son. • • ".        .                               at Memorial Health University Medical
                                                                                                                                                      He was a lifelong resident of Savan-       He was hot married and had.no                            might be more ill than he was let- .:'••
                                                                                                     Center. She was a Catholic.                                                                                                                         ting on, decided to drive to Florida
     fountain Funeral Home, burial in Hill-                                                                                                       nah, and a lifelong member of St. Mi- children, she said. And his three sis-
    5JresfAbbey West, Savannah..                  Levi Gould                                              SURVIVORS: her husband, Peter chael and All Angels Episcopal Church. ters and one brother have since died.,                                     to see for herself. That's when he •
                                                                                                      Norboge of Savannah; a daughter,                                                                                                                    went for a blood test, found out he'.
                                                        Levi Gould, 77, died Aug. 23 at Chat-
                                                                                                                                                  He was a graduate' of the University of
                                                                                                      Laurene M. Kassim of Mount Pleasant,: Georgia and an Army, veteran of World
                                                                                                                                                                                                 When Hammers contacts families,
    jflotder LBoatright                           ham Nursing Home.'                                 S.C.; a son, Brett J. Butler of Jackson- War II who served in England and                she asks them for disposition instruc-                      was HIV positive and began blood
                                                       He was born in Baxley and lived in            ville, Fla.; sisters, Loretta Osica of                                                   tions, such as burial at sea, crema-                       transfusions.          •               .•
  *< BRUNSWICK             Holder Lee Boat-                                                                                                       France.      •                '            tion or cemetery burial/Money is                                 Pfeiffer stayed for a week, then '•
                                                  Savannah most of his life. He was a                Lynchburg, Va., Alyce Ferrara of
  Inght. 73. died Aug. 23 in Augusta.             member of Thankful Baptist Church.                                                                  He retired from the State of Georgia available for the burials, she said. -                         returned to Savannah, but three
                                                                                                     Charleston, Frances Timmons of Aiken,
    "'
   * _, He was born in Bacon County and was                                                                                                      Division of Vocational Rehabilitation and
  in longtime resident of Pierce County. He
                                                       SURVIVORS: his wife, Lillie Mae               S.C., Margaret Brannen of Deltona, Fla.,
                                                                                                                                                 was a volunteer at Candler Hospital             "I'm going to get with the family,"                     weeks later when he wasut getting '
                                                  Gould of Savannah; a daughter, Lavern              and Arlene Crosby of Charleston; a                                                       Hicks said.                                                better, she visited again. But not .
  Firas a retired auto mechanic and a Bap-       .Gould of Savannah;- an aunt, Ella                  brother, Robert Voigt of'Aiken; 11 grand- more than 10 years.
  hist.    '•                                                                                                                                         SURVIVORS: his jvife, Anna C. Seyle        But she would.like her uncle's                          before quitting her job because she
                                                  McCray of" Brunswick; two brothers-in- children and several nieces and nephews.                                                                                                                        knew she'd be there awhile and giv-
  w SURVIVORS: his.wife, Eleanor Ninv             law, .Joseph James of Philadelphia and                                                         of Savannah;-a son, Charles Winchester remains to be brought home, She
                                                                                                          MEMORIAL SERVICE: 2 p.m. Fri-                                                                                                                  ing up her car because she knew ' •
  rtfions Boatright of Brunswick; two daiigh-     Herbert L. James of Atlanta; and other                                                         Seyle Jr. of Savannah; a daughter; Lau- said, t o Savannah where his name is
                                                                                                     day at Fox it Weeks Funeral Directors,
 'ters, Mary Lee Boatright Burger of Lil-         relatives.                                         Islands Chapel.
                                                                                                                                                 ra Seyle Gross of Winston-Sal em, N.C.; a inscribed on a downtown monument                              she wouldn't be able to make the '
 3iurn and Susie Boatright Yeomans of                  Sidney A. Jones Funeral Home.                                                             sister, Lila Seyle Hooper of Savannah;          "My heart is very full," said her                       payments.                              •'
                                                                                                          REMEMBRANCES: American Heart
 3|iersnon; his mother, Ruby Hallman of                                                                                                          four: grandchildren, Jacob W. Seyle of daughter,           Zelma Johnson of                                  As his advocate, she fought with [
                                                                                                     Association, P.O. Box 15515, Savannah,
 •-glackshear; a brother, Lander J. Boat'                                                                                                        Savannah and Thomson W- Gross, Wilson
 Sight of Mershon; five grandchildren,          Missouri C. Jones                                    GA 31416-2215.
                                                                                                                                                 D. Gross and Emmaline A. Gross, all of      Savannah. "For the fact that we have                        -doctors to give him anti-depressants
 »«even, great-grandchildren and several                                                                                                         Winston-Salem; and several nieces and a family member who will sort of stay                             ("They said he didnt need them,
                                                       STATESBORO '- Mrs. Missouri C.                                                                                                        in the nation's mind as a hero, as a                        that be didnt have a chemical >
 u&eces and nephews.                            Jones, 86, died Aug; 24 at Bulloch Memo-            James D. Pate                                nephews.
 £ GRAVESIDE SERVICE: 11 a.m. to-                rial Hospital.                                                                                      VISITATION: 6-8 p.m. today at Fox & war person.                                                     imbalance. I said, 'He's dying, for '
                                                                                                         James Daniel Pate, 40, died Aug. 21
 iday in Chapel Park Cemetery.                         She was a native of South Carolina            at Candler Hospital.                        Weeks Funeral Directors, Hodgson                "Whatever I have to do to honor                         goodness sake"1), made a half-dozen
  fJl Edo Miller &'Sons Funeral Home,            and a resident, of Candier and Bulloch                   He was born in Savannah and was a      Chapel.                   ....'•      •     him or make note of him, I will do it"                      trips to the emergency room,
- tBrunswick.                                    counties most of her" life. She was a               member of Derenne Avenue Baptist                FUNERAL; 6-8 p.m. Thursday at Fox                                                                   watched his reaction when his com-
                                                Jiomemaker and of the Primitive Baptist              Church. He was a 1977 graduate of Sa- & Weeks Funeral Directors, Hodgson FMtufM wiftw Ann StHtef may bs                                             pany sent a huge basket of fruit ("He
    Joseph B. Duckett                            faith.                               - . ' • ' • vannah High School and attended Brew- Chapel, burial in Greenwich section of               reached at 6524)332.                                        cried at their kindness, he didnt
                                                       SURVIVORS: a daughter, Leveter                ton-Parker Junior College in Mount Verr Bonaventure Cemetery.                                                                                       expect it, but he still didnt want to'
   *~ ROCKY FACE - Joseph Bryant                Oglesby of Statesborp; eight grandchil-              non and was on the college basketball          •REMEMBRANCES: St. Michael and
   , "Joe" Duckett, 70, died Aug. 22 at home.                                                                                                                                                                                                            see anyone") and supported his
                                                dren, 16 great-grandchildren and a great-            team. He also coached the boys basket- All Angels Episcopal Church, 3101 Wa-                                                                        decision to suspend life support and
  4 He was a former resident of Savan-          great-grandson.                                      ball team for the YMCA and was an avid ters Ave., Savannah, GA 31405; or a                                                                                                                  ;
  )nah and an Army and Air Force veteran •             VISITATION: > 8 . p . m . today at            fisherman, guitar player and singer. He charity of the donor's choice- .
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                         move to hospice.                          •j
  • of the Korean conflict.                     Hodges-Turner-Anderson Funeral Home ' worked as a carpenter.                                                                                                                                                  Five weeks after she arrived, he
  ! SURVIVORS: his wife of 47 years,
  ; Shirley Hendrix Duckett of Rocky Face;
  ! daughters, Linda Bennett and Connie
                                                in Statesboro.
                                                       FUNERAL: 11 a.m: Thursday at
                                                                                                         SURVIVORS: his father, James Ed- David T. Smith
                                                                                                     ward Pate of Eldora;.his mother, Char-          HILTON HEAD ISLAND .David T.,
                                                                                                                                                                                                         Police identify                                 died.
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                              Despite the bereavement sessions
                                                Hodges-Tumer-Anderson Funeral Home,
  JRafTerty,-both of Rocky Face; sons,
  i James Phil Duckett and Robert Duckett,
                                                burial in Bulloch Memorial Gardens.
                                                                                                     lotte Mclnvale Pate of Savannah; three Smith,- 64, died Aug. 23 at Hilton Head
                                                                                                     sisters, Teresa Dianne Anderson and Medical Center and Clinics.
                                                                                                     Paula Denise Cook, both of Ellabell, and
                                                                                                                                                                                    '
                                                                                                                                                     He was born in Homewood, 111., and
                                                                                                                                                                                                         man who was                                     she attended at Hospice Savannah
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                         and the support of people from the
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                         Unity Church, which she attends,
  i both of Rocky Face; sisters, Helen Gar-
  Jland of E Hi jay and-Margaret Bundy of
  iPensacola, Fla.; a brother, Ralph Duck- "
                                                Robert S.Weiner
                                                       HILTON HEAD ISLAND Robert S.
                                                                                                     Kimberly Donna Shores of Richmond moved to Hilton Head Island in. 1982 from
                                                                                                     Hill; several nlecesand nephews. •          Asheville, N.C. He was a member of the'
                                                                                                         VISITATION: 6-9 p.m. today at Hu- Yacht Club of Hilton Head.
                                                                                                                                                                                                         hit by two cars                                 the healing process is slow and dull-
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                         cult
  i ett Sr. of Trion; several grandchildren,     Werner. 76, died Aug. 23 at Life Care of                                                                                                                                                                     "There are days I want to scream,
. J great-grandchildren, nieces and neph-                                                            bert C. Baker Funeral Home, Hodgson             SURVIVORS: his wife, Donna Harris By Erik Iryggesiad
                                                 Hilton Head.                                        Memorial Chapel.        .                   Smith of Hilton Head Island; a son, Da-
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                         'Yes, he died of AIDS. It's a disease,
  Jews.                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                  a horrible disease.'But my brother
 j'j FUNERAL: 11 a.m. today at Ponders
                                                       He was born in Pittsburgh and was a                FUNERAL: 11 a.m. Thursday at vid f. Smith Jr. of Asheville, N.C; a Savannah Morning News
                                                 retired college professor. He moved to              Burkhalter Baptist Church, burial in daughter, Leslie Karen Spragins of Mar-                                                                        was a good person. He followed the ,
  • Funeral Home in Dalton, burial in Mill       Hilton Head Island in 1985. from West                                                                                                           A Savannah man who was hit by
 I Greek Cemetery.
                                                                                                     Bonaventure CemeteYy.                      shall, N.C; a brother, Donald R. Smith                                                                   Ten Commandments, be didnt hurt'
                                                 Chester County, N.Y. He was an Army                      REMEMBRANCES: James Daniel of Palm Coast, F'la. -, and two grandchil-. two cars Saturday had beep arguing
                                                 veteran of World War II. He was a volun-
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                         anyone. And I know his loving spirit
                                                                                                     Pate Memorial Fund, c/o Burkhalter dren, Samuel Forest Spragins and Alicia: with the driver of a Chevrolet                                          will be with me always."
                                                 teer at Hilton Head Hospilal and served             Baptist Church.
                                                 with the Beaufort County Election Polls
                                                                                                                                                Marie Smith.                                 Camaro as they drove along
! FUNERALS                                       and as a census taker.
                                                       SURVIVOR: his wife, Marjorie Elliott Evelyn Roberts
                                                Welner of Hilton Head Island.                            SYLVANIA         -    Mrs.     Evelyn
                                                                                                                                                     MEMORIAL SERVICE: 11 a.m. Interstate 16, police said.
                                                                                                                                                Thursday at The Island Funeral Home of
                                                                                                                                                Hilton Head island.
                                                                                                                                                                                                That argument was apparently
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                        Jane nshnun's column appeen

                                                                                                                                                                                             heated enough to prompt James can be reached at 652-0313. At our
 ! tVASHINGTON — Funeral            services           There will be no servjees.                                                                    REMEMBRANCES: American Can- Pate, 40, to get out the vehicle and
                                                                                                   "Eyeriena" Roberts, 90, died Aug. 22 at                                                                                              Web site, wwtuavamalmwcoin, you
 < «for Mr. William Washington will be                                                                                                          cer Society, P.O. Box 6113, Hilton Head
 ! Ii1am Thursday. August 26, 1999,
                                                       The Island Funeral Home of Hilton Screven County Hospital.
                                                                                                                                                Island, SC 29938; or Humane Alliance,
                                                                                                                                                                                             dodge in and out of traffic before he can emal Jane or catch up on tome
                                                Head Island.                              ,
; jfrom the Chapel. David Wright offici-               REMEMBRANCES: A charity of (lie homemaker.
                                                                                                         She was bom in Perkins and was a       702 Riverside Drive, Asheville, N.C was billed.                                      .. of her past c o t a m In har new^archr*
• gating. Interment, Pine Cemetery,             donor's choice.                                                                                 28806.                                          Pate, who was in the'Camaro as it or take a peek at Jane's fanton.
I 'White Hall, SC. Survivors are Mrs.                                                                    SURVIVORS: two sons, Harry W.                                                       headed west along M6 around 9 p.m.,
                                                                                                   Roberts Jr. of San Antonio and James
• | Laura Richard, Mr. and Mrs. Isaac
| ;Rtf hards, Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Wilson, •                                                         Roberts of Bayshore, N.Y.; nine daugh-
                                                                                                                                                Thomas I. States                             was arguing with the car's driver and                                       Slate
                                                                                                   ters, Rosa L. Roberts and Francena                BRUNSWICK - Thomas I. "Tom- becoming violent, according to
' ' , 3 host of nieces, nephews, cousins,
i '"other relatives and friends.
: i        Sidney A. Jones Funeral Home
i $MYTH — P$ter J. Smyth, 50. died
                                                FUNERALS                                           Griswold, both of Sylvania, Irma Brown
                                                                                                    and Alverta Hills, both of Augusta, Mat-
                                                                                                   tie L. Bradley of. Pass Christian, Miss.,
                                                                                                                                                my" States, 37, died Aug. 22 at Southeast Savannah Police. He wanted to get
                                                                                                                                                Georgia Regional Medical Center.             out of the car, so the' driver pulled
                                                                                                                                                     He was a lifelong resident of Bruns- over near the exit ramp for Chatham
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                         Atlanta gets $35 million
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                         federal housing grant
                                                GRAHAM — Funeral services for Mr. Exideen Hector of St. Petersburg,'Fla.,                       wick and a member of Seventh-Day Ad- Parkway and let him but The woman
j 'August 22. He was born in Belfast,              Micheal Graham "Pobe" will be 3pm Ida M. Roberts of San Leandro, Calif.,
> ', Northern Ireland and was a graduate                                                                                                        ventist Church and Loyal Order of Moose . feared for her own safety while dri-
                                                  Thursday, August 26, 1999, from St. Beatrice Thomas of Philadelphia and                       Lodge 2410.                                  ving, police said.
; Jof Queens University, Belfast. He              Peter's AME Church. Rev. Joe Sandra Call Owens of Lithonia; 28 grand-                                                                                                                 Tha ASMCMMI P i w r
                                                                                                                                                     SURVIVORS: His wife, Cristlna
' -was an Investment limited partner              Brown, interim pastor. Bishop Isiah children, 44 great-grandchildren and 12                   States of Brunswick; four sons, Javier
                                                                                                                                                                                                Pate then starting dodging in and
' 'with J.C. Bradford and Company, a              Brown officiating. Interment, Ever- great-great-grandchildren.                                Robledo, Miguel Robledo, Jonathan out of traffic, while the driver of the
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                           ATLANTA-~ Atlanta will receive
     • member of the Oglethorpe Club and          green Cemetery. - Survivors are Al-                    VISITATION: 1-9 p.m. today at Syl-     States and Joshua States, all of Bruns-      Camaro exited at the Chatham a $35 million federal grant to demol-
     \ Savannah Golf Club and an avid             phonso Smith, Minister Carolyn vania Funeral Home. • •                               .••••'   wick; his father, Thomas L. States of 8t. Parkway ramp and headed back on I- ish a decaying public housing project
     J sportsman and wildlife enthusiast.         Smith, Mrs. Mary Moore, Mr. Benja-                     WAKE SERVICE: 7-« p.m. today at        Marys; his mother and stepfather, Mary       16 eastbound toward him.                   and replace it with mixed-income
    • Survivors: Wife, Florence "Rence"           min Graham, Mrs. Margaret Harris, a Sylvania Funeral Home.                                    C. and T.R. Frost of Brunswick; a sister,        But'before she reached him, Pate housing, U.S. Housing and Urban
     ;Farwell Smyth of Savannah; 2 sons:          host of cousins, other relatives and                   FUNERAL: noon Thursday at St. An"      Pamela Sue Dixon of St. Marys; two was dead.                                            Development Secretary Andrew
    •Daniel and Piers Smyth of Savan-             friends. Visitation 8-8pm Wednesday                                                           grandchildren and a niece and nephew.
    n a h ; mother, Alice Smyth of Ireland;       at the Chapel. He will lie' in stateat
                                                                                                   drew's United Methodist Church, burial                                                       First he was hit by a Model 2000 Cuomo announced Tuesday.
                                                                                                    in Lovelt Temple Cemetery in Milihaven.          FUNERAL: 2 p.m. today at Edo Mill- Crown Victoria, driven by a
    J2 brothers: John and Michael Smyth           the church 1pm Thursday until hour                                                            er & Sons Funeral Home, burial in Ever-                                                    The money will be used to tear
    > of Ireland.                                 of service.                                                                                   green Memorial Cemetery.                     Savannah man. Police said the man down 510 apartments in the Joel
    J A Memorial Service will be held 3pm               Sidney A. Jones Funeral Home               Annte M. Williamson                               REMEMBRANCES: Make A Wish had just purchased the car and the Chandler Harris Homes housing
    • Thursday, August 26, 1999, at St.                                                                 JESUP - Annie Myrl Williamson, 70,      Foundation, P.O. Box 18074', Macon, GA impact demolished his windshield.                community and to build 860 houslnj
    ', John's Episcopal Church and inter-                                                          died Aug. 24 at Wayne Memorial Hospi-        31209.                                          Then Pate was hit by a van carry- units on the demolition site and at
    nment will be in Belfast, Northern                                                                                                                                                       ing a family on vacation front other locations. .
    • Ireland.                                  CEMETERIES & CRYPTS tal.She was a native of Tattnall County
                                                                                                                                                                                             Chattanooga, Tenn. He was pro-                Atlanta is one of 21 cities receiving
   IThe Family will receive friends at           Two - space cemetery lot. $2300. Prime lo-        and a resident of Wayne County for 40        Sadie Mae V. Wlliamson                       nounced dead at the scene. None of the grants this month. The program
       (heir residence.                          cation in Hillcrest Abbey West Call
                                                                                                   years. She was a member of Jesup First
       Remembrances may be made to the           912-477-1783                                                                                        PERKINS - Sadie Mae Vickery Wil-        the people in the two vehicles that aims to revitalite public housing Md
                                                                                                   Free Will Baptist Church, a homemaker        liamson, 74, died Aug. 24 at University      hit him suffered major injuries.
   j> American Heart Association.                Rare family plot ol ten lots in old Bona-
                                                                                                   and the widow of Odean C. Williamson.
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                        reduce crime by mixing it with mill-
                                                 venture, section 237k. aH or part, must                                                        Hospital In Augusta.                            No charges will be filed against ' die- and low-income apartments arid
   s Fox and Weeks, Oravton Chapel.              sett. Call owner, Atlanta, 770 886 5716                SURVIVORS: a daughter, Kathy Ann             She was a member of Magnolia Bap-
                                                                                                   Middleton of Jesup; two sons, the Rev.       tist Church and a retired store owner. '
                                                                                                                                                                                             the drivers of Uie two vehicles, but homes.
                                                                                                   Roy 1;. Woods of Hazlehurst and Dean              SURVIVORS: a son, William Denny         the investigation into the incident           Also Tuesday, the federal agency
                                                                                                   Williamson of Cummlng; a sitter, Mag-       Williamson of Mllteri; two daughters,         continues, police said*                    said that Pulton County would get a
         PUBLIC NOTICE                                         40 years experience
                                                                                                 . gie Lynn of Glennville; seven grandchil-
                                                                                                   dren, a stepgrandchlld, three great-
                                                                                                                                               Marie Wells pf Augusta and Sadie Alleen
                                                                                                                                                Hilmus of Clinton Township, Mich.; eight
                                                                                                                                                                                                Police did not release the name of $1.9 million grant to demolish 2158
                                                                                                                                                                                             the woman driving the Camaro, but units at the Boatrock public housing
     TOWN OF THUNDERBOLT                                       licensed and insured                grandchildren and several nieces and        grandchildren, 10 great-grandchildren         said she was not directly related to development                                 ,'
    Notice is hereby given that the                     Spedtof in pkntingTCpcin k ranoddfig       nephews.                                    and a great-great-grandchild.                 Pate.                                         "These developments represent
    time for the regular monthly                       wwtttaptaaoppaps mdwucrtaim                      VISITATION: 6-9 p.m. today at Rine-         VISITATION: 7-9 p.m. today at
                                                                                                   hart & Sons Funeral Home In Jesup.          Crowe-Fields Funeral Home, Millen.
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                        the worst of the public housing stork
    meetings held on the second                  254-2636' CUSTOMER P4ERGENCY SHMCE                     FUNERAL: It a.m. Thursday at                FUNERAL: 2 p.m. Thursday at Mag-
                                                                                                                                                                                             Crime and public Mfity reporter Enk        in the United States," Cuomo Mid/
    Wednesday of each month, has                                                                   Rinehart & Sons Funeral Home, burial In     nolia Baptist Church, Perkins, burial in      Tryggettad can be readied i t 6B2-
    been changed from 8:00 P.M. to                                                                 Jesup City Cemetery.                        Bascom Cemetery, Ililltonia.                  031*.
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