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Page 2A Aiken Standard, Aiken, S.C., Friday, April 7,1972 Deaths And Funerals James Hartley BATESBURG - James Hartley, 63. died March 30 in New York City. Funeral sen-ices will be held today at 4 p.m. in Chinquapin Baptist Church, Batesburg, with the Rev. W.A. Saver officiating. Burial will "be in the church cemetery. Surviving are: his widow, Mrs. Oree Hartley. New Yc.k City; a daughter, Mrs. Mary Wise, New York City; a son, James Bruce Hartley, Philadelphia; two brothers. Robert Hartley, John Hartley, both of Batesburg; and two sisters, Mrs. Lucille Wise, Batesburg, Mrs. Luzeania Tillman. Washington, D.C. John H. Morgan JOHNSTON - John Henry Morgan, 51, died Wednesday at a local hospital. Funeral arrangements will be announced by Amos and Sons Funeral Home. Johnston Mr. Morgan was a native of Edgefield County. He was a member of Bethlehem Baptist Church. Surviving are: a brother, Orland Morgan, Edgefield; and two sisters, Mrs. Toria Brit of Edgefield, and Mrs. Mattie Allen, Augusta. Mrs. Jordan Bussey Funeral services for Mrs. Amie Curry Bussey, who died at a local hospital, will be be)d tomorrow' at 2 p.m. in Old Hammond Grove Baptist Church. Belvedere, with the Rev. I.E. Smith officiating. Burial will be in the Church Cemetery. Minnie Row SALUDA - Minnie Row, 67. of Rt. 1, died yesterday at a Greenwood nursing home fol- I lowing an extended illness. I Funeral services will be held | today at 4 p.m. at Ramey's j Funeral Home. Burial will be in Emory United Methodist Church Cemetery. Mrs. Row was a daughter of the late Scott and Sarah Berry Row. She was a lifelong resident of Saluda County. Surviving is a sister. Mrs. SudieMinick. Mrs. Walter Thomas ALLENDALE - Mrs. Ogreeta Hayes Thomas, 80. widow of Walter Warren Thomas, died yesterday in an Allendale hospital following an extended illness. Funeral services will be held tomorrow at 11 a.m. at Smith Memorial Funeral Home, with the Rev. Tom White officiating. Burial will be in Swallow Savannah Cemetery. Mrs. Thomas was a native of Allendale ..County. She was a member of First Baptist Church of Allendale. Surviving are: a daughter. Mrs. Evelyn Gravatt, Baton Rouge; a foster-daughter, Mrs. Loring T. Miley, Branson; two sons, W.E. Thomas, and W.H. Thomas, both of Allendale; two sisters, Mrs. Willie Duncan, Barnwell, Mrs. Alfred Herring, Charleston; and a brother, William J. Hayes, Manning. flfken Sfanfctro Established 1867. Published every afternoon except Saturday and Sunday by the Aiken Standard, Post Office Box 456,124 Rutland Drive, Aiken, S. C., ZIP CODE 29801. Second class postage paid at Aiken, S.C. Leased wire dispatches: The Associated Press is entitled exclusively to the use for reproduction of all the' local news printed in this newspaper as well as all AP news dispatches. Rights to republication of all other matters herein reserved. The Aiken Standard is also a member of United Press International. No responsibility is assumed by the publisher for omission or error? occurring in advertisements, but correction will be made at no additional cost in the next issue following,, when attention is directed to them. 40c per week by carrier $1.73 per month by carrier R2.M per year by mail $11.60 per 6 mos. by mail $6.40 per 3 mos. by mail iMrs. Kinard MONCKS CORNER - Mrs. Marie Jarrell Kinard, 70, died Wednesday in a Charleston hospital. Funeral services were held today at 1 p.m. in Barnwell. Burial will be at 5 p.m. in the Barnwell County Cemetery, directed by Dial Funeral Home. Mrs. Kinard was a native of Hampton County. She was a member of Aliens Methodist Church, Barnwell. Surviving are: her husband, E.L. Kinard; a son, Elizia Kinard, Williston; three daughters, Mrs. Ellie Lee Branon, Williston, Mrs. Irene McKenna, John's Island, and Mrs. Eva Outen, Goose Creek; two sisters, Mrs. L.E. Peeples, Beaufort, Mrs. Eddie Gray, Hampton; and two brothers, Clyde Jarrell, J.T. Jarrell, both of Hampton. Self Service Being Taken Literally NORTH AUGUSTA It seems some people are "taking" a little too literally the service stations which offer self service gasoline. According to the North Augusta Police Department "every couple of weeks this happens, some of them just forget -- conveniently, I suppose," said one officer. Police reported the latest such incident of filling op the gas tank without paying, occurred yesterday at a Raco Service Station located on Georgia Avenue. Increased incidents of egg throwings have also been reported since Easter in the North Augusta area, according to the North Augusta Police Department. Office John Middleton said six of seven such cases are now under investigation including an egging yesterday. Officer Middletoa said the car of James A. Key of 18§0 Bolifi Rd., North Augusta, was egged six times as he passed beneath the West MartintowB Road overpass. Scott, Mansfield Leave For China On April 16 WASHINGTON (AP) - Sens. Mike Mansfield D-Mont., and Hugh Scott, R-Pa.. will leave April 16 for a three-week tour of mainland China. Mansfield, the Senate majority leader, said he and the Senate Republican leader will be accompanied by their wives and a staff of six or eight. Mansfield said he accepted the invitation extended at the time of President Nixon's visit to Peking and that he would hope to visit five to seven cities, talking to as many of the people of China as possible to "build on the fragile foundation which the President has under- INDIANAPOLIS (AP) - Sgt. Charles Pritchett, a city police training officer, was on his way home from a speech at Indiana University on "Defensive Driving." A man ran a red light and hit Pritchett. [taken." j Mansfield said his party i would not include State Department personnel, and that he goes to China without instructions. He said he would anticipate a meeting with Premier Chou En- lai and other Chinese government leaders, "but that is up to the Chinese." Mansfield said the group would travel in an Air Force plane to Shanghai. "Our purpose will be to look, listen and learn and hopefully to achieve a better understanding between our two countries," he said. "It will be our intention to make a report to the Foreign Relations Committee upon our return." Mansfield said he wants to see what changes have occurred in China since his last visit in 1946. He also visited China as a Marine Corps private in 1922, and went back again in 1944. Community Calendar TODAY The Senior Citizens Club will meet at 7:30 p.m. at the Senior Citizens Clubhouse in Crosland Park. The semi-finals match of the Aiken Tennis Association's Mixed Doubles Tournament will be played at 7 p.m. at the Fermata Club. TOMORROW The Aiken County Museum will be open from 3-5 p.m. SUNDAY The Aiken County Museum will be open from 3-5 p.m. Polo game will be played at Whitney Field at 3 p.m. MONDAY The Rotary Club of Aiken will meet at 12:45 in the Commercial Hotel. The Aiken Artist Guild will meet at the Rose Hill Art Center at 7:30 p.m. The American Association of Retired Persons wifl meet at 7:30 p.m. at the Senior Citizens Clubhouse in Crosland Park. The Aiken Community Playhouse will have its annual meeting at the playhouse at 7:30 p.m. Aiken City Council will meet in council chambers at 8 p m. OUCH! Bob Adcock of Nashville, who is an artist, used his talent by painting a sign on the hood of his bashed in car. The "Ouch" brings smiles in traffic to take away the ugly dent he received in the traffic war of fenderbend- ing and hood smashing. Since the small car was only hitting on a couple of cylinders he figured having the hood repaired wasn't worth the cost. (AP Wirephoto) · ~^ + + + + N. Viet Troops Capture Town North Of Saigon SAIGON (AP) - North Vietnamese troops captured a district town 75 miles north of Saigon today and opened a fourth front in their nine-day-old offensive with more than a dozen attacks on towns and bases in the Mekong Delta to the south. U.S. warplanes meanwhile hammered North Vietnamese forces in North and South Vietnam and neighboring stretches of Laos with more than 600 strikes. Two Navy fighter- bombers and a big rescue helicopter were shot down, the U.S. Command said, and six Americans were missing. The district town of Loc Ninh fell after fighting so close that an air spotter overhead reported the defending South Vietnamese were calling artillery fire in on their own positions. The spotter reported eight to ten North Vietnamese tanks attacking the town, and later the South Vietnamese command announced that Loc Ninh was abandoned during the morning after four days of heavy attack. The Viet Cong radio claimed that the South Vietnamese garrison surrendered after Communist forces killed, wounded or captured 400 of tie defenders. But Lt. Col. Le Trung Hien, the chief spokesman for the Saigon command, said the government troops "moved out to an area outside the city." Casualties on both sides were reported heavy. Government forces also abandoned Fire Base Hung Tarn, five miles southwest of Loc Ninh and 10 miles below the Cambodian border, to the enemy. Field reports said elements of four North Vietnamese divisions had crossed the Cambodian border in^ force and penetrated at least" 20 miles into South Vietnamese territory. Small enemy units- slipped to within 20 miles of Saigon and damaged a bridge on Highway 13, the north-south,, road from the border. A bypass was being used. Enemy forces were reported to have cut the highway temporarily in nine places south of An Loc, the capital of Binh Long Province 60 miles north of Saigon. Government troops were making sweeps in an effort to keep the route open to supply convoys. An Loc itself was threatened, and positions all around it were under rocket and mortar attack. But the Saigon command said the government still held the town. Few details were known of the attacks in the Mekong Delta, but the command said 40 of the enemy and 10 government troops were killed and 23 government men were wounded. The threat to Saigon was not nsidferet-Kimmediatei "senior officersTsjudjr buT ffie : urgent n e e d f o r reinforcements drained the capital region of its reserve forces. Military sources said the paratroop battalion that forms President Nguyen Van Thieu's palace guard was alerted for field duty, and an infantry bat- talion was assigned to the palace. Thieu met with U.S. Ambassador Ellsworth Bunker and en. Creighton W. Abrams, the commander of American forces in Vietnam, to review the situation. On the northern front below :he DM2, official sources said that North Vietnamese attacks had dropped to their lowest level since the offensive was aunched last Friday. South Vietnamese tanks and marines battled enemy forces west of Dong Ha, keystone of he northernmost government defense line 10 miles below the DMZ. South Vietnamese officers reported 60 of the enemy md seven government tropps killed and 26 South Vietnamese wounded. Two other clashes were reported four and five miles iouthwest of Quang Tri City, Jie northernmost provincial capital which is believed to be a target of the North Vietnamese. Illinois, Iowa, Indiana Hit By Storms, Tornadoes By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS V i o l e n t thunderstorms erupted along a cold front in the Midwest late Thursday, triggering tornadoes in Illinois, Iowa and Indiana and ending a brief spell of mild spring weather. One person was killed and nine were injured when a tornado ripped through Polo, DL, in the north-central part of the state. State police reported another person was killed by a tornado in Barnard, Ind. Possible tornadoes swept through Newton County, Ind., causing a countywide power failure and heavy damage to a high school. Another twister tore the wall off a bowling alley in Crawfordsville, Ind. Tornadoes also touched down in the area of Joliet, 111., where one damaged a number of light airplanes at an airport, and in parts of Iowa. Severe thunderstorms swept other areas of the Midwest with rain and. hail. Grissom Air Force Base in Indiana was soaked by nearly 2 inches of rain, while Galva, HI., was pounded by hailstones up to an inch in diameter. The severe weather ran along a cold front stretching from southern New England to the Dakotas. North of the front, areas from the Dakotas to the Atlantic Coast were chilled by snow, freezing rain and sleet. Before the heavy weather moved in, temperatures had soared into the 60s and 70s across much of the Midwest Thursday. The mercury hit 87 in Des Moines and 88 in Kansas City. In the East 1 to 3 inches of snow fell in central New York, Vermont, New Hampshire and Maine, while freezing rain brought travel warnings to Massachusetts, Connecticut, New York, New Jersey, Pennsylvania and northern Ohio. County Prisoner Arrested f mm NAI10NAI NOAA. U S 10 Wl AllltH SfHVlCE. at Commctci: figure-. Show U»w t«np«ratMf« NATIONWIDE WEATHER OUTLOOK Showers or rain are forecast Friday from the central Gulf to the mid-Atlantic states. Rain is forecast for the coastal regions of the Pacific Northwest with snowflnrries inland. Snow is forecast for part of the Dakotas and Wisconsin. (AP Wirephoto Map) An inmate of the Aiken County Stockade was arrested Wednesday for driving a county road grader while he was under the influence. The South Carolina Highway Patrol identified the man as John Henry Lewis, who according to reports was operating the vehicle in an erratic manner when he was arrested at 3:30 p.m. on Park Ave., just east of the Aiken City limits. According to L.T. Tyler, superintendent of the stockade, Lewis was serving time for manslaughter. Lewis is confined to the Aiken County jail. Aiken Police also reported the arrest of Elvie S. McDowell, 22, charged with reckless driving. ...Price Hike Slows plus a small increase in the length of the average work week boosted average rank- and-file pay by $1.09 per week to $131.73, the report said. The gain in the average weekly paycheck was placed at 18.08 or 6.5 per cent above a year earlier. But rising living costs of 3.7 per cent over the year reduced the gain in purchasing power to $3.21 or 2.8 per cent. Increases in employment, earnings and hours of work are generally viewed as signs of economic growth. The modest rise in the whole- eale price index brought it to 117.4 of its 1967 base. This means that, on the average, wholesale goods worth $100 five years ago now cost $117.40. The index was 3.9 per cent above a year earlier. "Sharply lower prices for fresh and dried vegetables and a substantial drop in hog quotations after earlier advances were chiefly responsible for the decline in the farm products index," the report said. "These decreases were moderated principally by advances for eggs, oil seeds, fluid milk and grains," it added. "Lower meat prices were almost entirely responsible for the decline in the processed foods and feeds index," it said. Meat prices in the last consumer price report for February had increased sharply fol- owing earlier wholesale rises. CHURCH WORKSHOP Mrs. Margaret Jane Boyer, of the School Board of the Southern Baptist Convention, will conduct the two-day Aiken Baptist Association Workshop to be held at Millbrook Baptist Church Monday and Tuesday. GOLD DISCOVERED On Jan. 24, 1848, gold was discovered at Sutler's Mill in Northern California. Cancer Society To Organize For Fund Drive The Aiken County Unit of the American Cancer Society will sponsor a training program for the area chairmen and neighborhood captains Tuesday in conjunction with Cancer Month and the Annual Educational Funds Crusade. All of those involved with this year's crnsade are asked to attend the program at 7:30 p.m. in the auditorium of Aiken Junior High School. Dr. Carl Morris, a physician from Charleston, will be the guest speaker. Mrs. Peggy Hunter, a staff member of the S. C. Division of the American Cancer Society, will show a film. Local volunteers will present a skit. Christion Science FIRST CHURCH OF CHRIST, SCIENTIST 320 NEWBERRY STREET, S.W. Church Services 11 A.M. - Sunday School 11 A.M. (Child Care provided at Church Services) Wednesday Testimony Meeting at 8 P.M. READING ROOM- 3*11 Hayne Avenue, S.W. Open Daily 10 AM to 4 PM · except Wednesday ] to 4 PM- Closed Sundays and Holidays RADIO PROGRAM SERIES- "The Truth That Heals" Sunday 10 A.M. - Station WAKN (990 kc) You are cordially invited to attend the services, as listed above, and use the Reading Room. · · · 4 + Church Directory Baptist First Baptist Church of Aiken Corner, Richland and York Streets Dr. Robert L. Gate, Pastor 9:45 a.m., Sunday School 11 ;00 A.M. Morning Worship "Living Confidently" 7:30.p.m. Evening Worship "Noisy Worship" 7:00 p.m. Wednesday Prayer Praise Hour Nursery Open All Services Foreman Memorial Baptist Church : " l7 207 Smith Avenue NewEllenton "The Church That Cares About You" Rev. David L. Cobb Pastor 9:45 a.m. Sunday School 11:00 a.m. Morning Worship 6:30 p.m. Church Training 7:30 p.m. Evening Worship 7:15 p.m. Wednesday Prayer Meeting Nursery Provided Millbrook Baptist Church 795 Pine Log Road Rev. W.James Rivers, Pastor, 9:45 a.m. Sunday School 11 a.m.-Morning Worship 6:15p.m. Sunday Church Training '7:30p.m.-Sunday Evening Worship 7:OOp.m.Wednesday Prayer Meeting Nursery always provided Shiloh Baptist Church Hwy. 1 North of Aiken Daniel E.Johnston Pastor 9:45 a.m. Sunday School 11:00 a.m. Morning Worship 6:30 p.m. Church Training 7:30 p.m. Evening Worship 8:00 p.m. Wednesday Prayer Meeting Town Creek Baptist Church Between Pine Log and Silver Bluff Rds.( Adjacent to Gem Lakes Estates) Fred L. Lowery, Pasfpr 9:45 AM-Sunday School 11:00 AM-Morning Worship 6:30 PM Church Training 7:30 PM-Evening Worship 7:30 PM-Wednesday Prayer Service Church of Christ Aiken Church of Christ Highway 19 South Dr. Douglass Gunselman Minister 10:00 A.M. Bible Study 11:00 Worship 6:00 P.M. Worship 7:30 P.M. Wed. Service Church of Hampton Avenue Church of God Pastor J.D. Warren Sunday SchoollO:00 A.M. Morning Worship 1 1 :00 A.M. Evening worship 7:00 P.M. Wednesday Evening Service 7:30 P.M. First Church Of God 1014 Pine Log Road Fred D. Woodham Pastor Sunday School 10:00 A.M. Worship 11:00 A.M. 7:00 P.M. Mid Week 7:30 P.M. Lutheran Bethlehem Lutheran Church Whiskey Rd. at Hitchcock Rev. Robert Haupt Jr., Pastor .,,9:45 A^M. Sunday. School 11:OP_A-M. Morriing.Worship St. Paul's Lutheran Laurens at Abbeville Pastor JohnMcCullough (0:00A.M.-Sunday School 11:15 A.M.-The Service Methodist .Warrenville Methodist Church School 10A.M. Morning Worship 11 A.M. Evening Worship 7:30 P.M. Visitors Welcome Rev. J.H. Owens, Pastor Pentecostal Holiness South Aiken Pentecostal Holiness Highway 19 South , Rev. George C.. Cashwel! Pastor 10:00 a.m. Sunday School 11:00 a.m. Morning Worship 6:45 p.m. Lifeline Program 7:30 p.m. Evening Worship 7:30 p.m. Wednesday Prayer Meeting First Pentecostal Holiness Church Trolley Line Rd.and Gregg Rev. Roberto. Hutson 10:00 a.m. Sunday School 11:00 a.m. Morning Worship Salvation Army Sunday School-9:45 a.m. Morning Worship-11:00 a.m. Evening Worship-7:00 p.m Tuesday Youth Programs 4:00 P.M.-8:30 P.M. Wednesday Prayers, Bible Study 7:00 P.M. Ladies Home League Thursday 7:00 P.M. List Your Cnurcft and Time of Service In Jhis Space

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