scheduled Anthony Cascio LELAND -- Mass for Anlhony -ascto, longtime grocer and resi- leht'of Lcland, will be said at 10 .m. Friday at St. James Catho- ic Church by the Rev. John Nie- mcycr. Burial will be in Green' awn Memorial Gardens. Boone 'uneral Home is in charge of arrangements. Rosary services will held at 8 tonight at the home, 115 West Second St. Mr. Cascio died in City Hospital at 8:40 p.m. Wednesday after a lengthy illness. He was 75. He was born in New Orleans a son of Vincent and Rose Giardina Cascio and moved to Italy with his parents as a child. When was 14 he returned to ihe United States and to Leland with his parents. * * * FIFTY years ago with his brothers, Joe Cascio and the late Thomas Cascio, the grocery firm of Cascio Brothers was establish cd in which ho was active until :iis i lines. Â· He was a-communicont'of St. James Catholic Church and a member of C. G. Shapley Council of Ihe Knights of Columbus. }Ie leaves his widow, Mrs. Farrish Cascio. They would have observed their 51st anniversary in April, lie is also survived daughter, Mrs. Owen Ratliff ot Leland; four sons, Vincent Cascio and Sammy Cascio, both ol Greenwood; and Charles a n Frank Cascio, both of Leland; a sister, Mrs, Sani Scotola of Lafayette, La.; a brother, Joseph Cascio of Greenville a n d grandchildren. The active pallbearers include Joe Carollo, Albert Bassi, R. E. Peoples, Sidney Stallings, Vince Venuti, Sam Ccfalu, Tony Morlino and Vince Correro of Greenwood.