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2 Tt Mox-Joumal, GrMnwood, S.O, Moiv, Oct 12, 1987 Deaths and funerals Today" By The Associated Press Todav is Mondlv. Oct. 12. the 285th left in the year. This is Columbus Day, as well as Thanksgiving Day in Canada. Today's highlight in history: On Oct. 12, 1492, Christopher Columbus arrived in the present-day Bahamas. MAUDE C. TAYLOR WARE SHOALS Mrs. Maude Clinkscales Taylor, 79, of P.O. Box 45, Joe Oulla Road, wife of Gilbert Lee Taylor, died Oct. 10, 1987 at Self Memorial Hospital. Born in Abbeville County, March 4, 1908, she was a daughter of the late Jerry and Dora Clinkscales. She was a member of Dunns Creek Baptist Church, where she was a past worthy matron of Order of Eastern Star Chapter 194, Circle No. 1, Women's Aid Society 98, a deaconess, a former organist and member of the Senior Choir. She was also a past president of the Women's Aid Society No. 118. She was co-owner of Taylor Funeral Home and Taylor Groceries. Surviving, in addition to her husband, are two sons, Bozzie Marshall of New Jersey and Walter Bibbs of Greenville; a stepdaughter, Hattie Guest of Detroit, Mich.; a brother, Vance Clinkscales of Iva; and two sisters, Eunice Bedenbough of Prosperity and Lillian Booth of Springfield, Mass. Services will be at 3 p.m. Thursday at Dunn's Creek Baptist Church with the Rev. J.S. Maddox officiating and the Rev. Matthew Ballentine assisting. Pallbearers will be members of Dunns Creek Masonic Lodge No. 302. Flower bearers will be members of Dunns Creek O.E.S. No. 194. The family will receive friends from 7 to 8 p.m. Wednesday at the church. Births Birth announcements will be printed, but to allow us to continue the practice, we have been forced to change publication policies. Those policies are: Both mother and father, with proper identification, must fill out and sign a birth announcement form provided by The Index-Journal at the news receptionist's desk at the paper located at the corner of Phoenix and Fair Streets In Greenwood. This applies to all in the paper's circulation area. Birth announcements mailed in from out of our circulation area must include all pertinent information and must be notarized. We're sorry for any inconvenience this may cause, but circumstances make these changes necessary. Self Memorial Hospital Oct. 1, 1987 A girl, Casey Carroll, to Karen and Glenn Morris. Oct. 3, 1987 A boy, Stephen Franklin IV, to Trudy and S.F. Sherard. Norway, S.C. Sept. 3, 1987 A girl, Audrey Lynn, to Dori and Paul Garrick. On this date: ten years ago: The Supreme Court heard arguments in the case of Allan P. Bakke, a white student who claimed to have been a victim of "reverse discrimination" when he was denied admission to the University of California Medical School at Davis. Five years ago: Japanese prime minister Zenko Suzuki unexpectedly announced he would resign after two years in office. One year ago: The superpower meeting in Reykjavik, Iceland, ended in a stalemate, with President Reagan and Soviet leader Mikhail S. Gorbachev unable to agree on arms control or a date for a full-fledged summit in the United States. Today's Birthdays: Comedian-activist Dick Gregory is 55. Sen. Jake Gam, R-Utah, is 55. Opera singer Luciano Pavarotti is 52. Sportscaster Tony Kubek is 52. NBC reporter Chris Wallace is 40. Singer Susan Anton is 37. Thought for Today: "I realize that patriotism is not enough. I must have no hatred or bitterness towards anyone." The last words of Edith Cavell (1865-1915), executed by the Germans. Weather Greenwood The sun rose today at 7:31, will set at 6:59 and will rise Tuesday at 7:32. Friday's higii was 71 (22 C) and the low was 36 (2 C), which tied the record set in 1935. Saturday's high was 79 (26 C) and the low was 38 (3 C). Sunday's high was 83 (28 C) and the low was 42 (6 C). No precipitation was recorded during the 48-hour period ending at 7:30 a.m. today. Total precipitation the year is 40.77 inches (103.55 cm). Average rainfall for October is 2.56 inches (6.50 cm). Average rainfall for the year through October is 39.82 inches (101.14 cm). South Carolina Mountains: Fair tonight with lows near 40. Tuesday, mostly sunny with highs in the lower 60s. Foothills: Fair tonight with lows in the lower 40s. Tuesday, partly sunny with highs in the middle 60s. Piedmont (includes Greenwood): Fair tonight with lows in the mid 40s. Winds will be from the north at 5 to 10 mph. Tuesday, partly sunny with highs in the upper 60s. Midlands: Partly cloudy tonight with lows in the mid 40s. Winds will be from the north around 10 mph. Tuesday, mostly cloudy with a 20 percent chance of showers. Highs in the mid 60s. Coast: Mostly cloudy tonight with lows near 50. Winds will be northerly at 10 mph. Tuesday, cloudy with a 50 percent chance of showers or thunderstorms. Highs in the upper 60s. On the beaches, cloudy with a good chance of showers or thunderstorms Tuesday. Georgia Mostly cloudy and breezy over the southeast through Tuesday with scattered showers more likely by tonight. Elsewhere partly cloudy to mostly fair. Highs today and Tuesday from the 60s north to 70s south. Lows tonight upper 30s extreme northwest and mountains to 40s elsewhere north and central and 50s coast. North Carolina Cloudy, breezy and much cooler today with a chance of scattered light rain. Highs in 50s west and north and in the 60s across the southeast. Continued cloudy breezy and cool tonight and Tuesday with periods of rain and windy conditions at the coast and a chance of rain or drizzle inland areas except partly cloudy across the mountains. Lows in the 40s except 50s at the coast and 30s in the mountains. Highs Tuesday in the 50s to near 60. MRS. JOSEPHINE L. DANIEL, B ELTON Mrs. Josephine Lewis Daniel, wife of Lawrence Daniel, died Oct. 10, 1987 at Anderson Memorial Hospital in Anderson. Born in Greenwood County, she was a daughter of the late Robert and Anna Lewis. She attended public schools of Ninety Six, was a graduate of S.C. State College and a teacher at Belton-Honea Path High School. She was a member of New Prospect Baptist Church of Wil-liamston, where she was a deaconess. She was a former Youth Adviser and a member of the Missionary Society, Jack and Jill of, America and the Third Congressional Morticians Association. Surviving, in addition to her husband of the home, are three daughters, Audrey Daniel of Atlanta, Ga., Rosaline Daniel of Washington, D.C. and Dianna Daniel of the home; a son, Lawrence Maurice Daniel of Washington, D.C; and three brothers, Lawrence Lewis of Philadelphia, Pa. and Robert Lewis and David Lewis, both of Ninety Six. Services will be at 4 p.m. at New Prospect Baptist Church. Burial will be in the church cemetery. Pallbearers will be the deacons of the church. Flower bearers will be the deaconesses of the church. The body is at Daniel and Son Funeral Home of Belton, where the family will receive friends from 7 to 8 tonight and will be placed in the church at 2 p.m. Tuesday. MISS GLORIA M. HALL WEST COLUMBIA Miss Gloria Mae Hall, 46, of 901 Sox St., died Oct. 11, 1987. Born in Lexington County, she was a daughter of Mrs. Jeanette Slice Hall Anderson and the late Griffin Clyde Hall. She was a member of Grace Baptist Church. Surviving, in addition to her mother and stepfather, Charles Anderson of West Columbia, are 'two brothers, Lloyd B. Hall of Spruce Pine, N.C. and Ray Hall of West Columbia; and two sisters, Mrs. Gordon (Faye) Rogers of West Columbia and Mrs. Sandra Adams of Greenwood. Services will be at 11 a.m. Tuesday at Thompson Funeral Home with the Rev. Dr. B. Clayton Shumpert officiating. Burial will be in Crescent Hill Memorial Gardens. Pallbearers will be Robert Welch, Ray Welch, Don Welch, Coy Brickie, Todd Brickie and Stacy Austin. The family will receive friends from 7 to 9 tonight at the funeral home. JOHNNY CALWISE CROSS HILL Johnny Calwise, 81, of Route 1, died Oct. 6, 1987 at Bailey Nursing Home in Clinton. He was a retired janitor and member of Vaughnville Baptist Church in Chappells. Surviving is a sister, Mary Lark of Winston-Salem, N.C Services were at 3:30 p.m. Sunday at Vaughnville Baptist Church. Burial was in the church cemetery. Child's Funeral Home of Clinton was in charge. ANNIE B. SHERIFF WESTMINSTER Annie Blanche Sheriff, 91, of Route 2, Oakway Road, died Oct. 10, 1987 at Oconee Memorial Hospital. She was a homemaier and member of Oakway Wesleyan Church. Surviving are a son, Jimmy Smith of Newberry, and six daughters, Faye Deal of Rock Hill, Christine Winkler of Westminster, Sara King and Martha Rothell, both of Seneca, Marie Lecroy of . Greenwood and Alma Ford of Piedmont. Services were at 11 a.m. today at Oakway Wesleyan Church. Burial was in the church cemetery. . Sandifer Funeral Home was in charge. MRS. VIRGINIA P. WISE COLUMBIA Mrs. Virginia Price Wise, 87, of 2929 Oceola St., widow of Frank Wise, died Oct. . 10, 1987. Born in Johnston, she was a daughter of the late Robert Epps and Mrs. Marina Neal Price. She was a member of Rosewood Baptist Church. v Surviving are two sons, Frank E. Wise of Evans, Ga. and Hollis V. Wise of Savannah, Ga.; a daughter, Miss Gladys E. Wise of Columbia; grandchildren; and great-grandchildren. Services were at 11 a.m. today in Greenlawn Memorial Park with the Rev. Oscar L. Holland and the Rev. Carl Wood officiating. Dunbar Funeral Home, Devine Street Chapel, was in charge. JOHNNY E. KENNER RIDGE SPRING - Johnny E. Kenner, 42, husband of Mrs. Sadie J. Kenner, died Oct. 9, 1987. Born in Saluda County, he was a son of Mrs. Frances Perry. He was a graduate of Ridge Hill High School and the first black Batesburg police officer. He was former owner and manager of Kenner Used Car Lot and Service Station. Surviving, in addition to his wife and his mother of Ridge Spring, are two daughters, Miss Teresa Kenner and Miss Lisa Kenner, both of the home; a son, Bebbie P. Cullum of Batesburg; three brothers, James Blocker, Leon Kenner and Allen Kenner, all of Ridge Spring; and a stepsister, Miss Clara Kenner of Silver Springs, Md. Services were at 3 p.m. Sunday at Jerusalem Baptist Church with the Rev. H.P. Ligon officiating. Davis Funeral Home was in charge. KENNETH J. EZELL MT. PLEASANT - Kenneth Jordan Ezell, 39, of 838 Bowman Road, husband of Mrs. Shelby Jean Bryant Ezell, died Oct. 9, 1987 at the V.A. Hospital in Charleston. He was retired from the U.S. Navy after 20 years of service, where he served in Vietnam and was a member of Calvary Missionary Baptist Church. Surviving, in addition to his wife of the home, are three sons, Kenneth J. Ezell Jr., Charles Jason Ezell and Joshua Dale Ezell, all of Mt. Pleasant; a daughter, Karen Marie Amond of New Orleans, La.; a brother, Jones H. Ezell of Ware Shoals; and three sisters, Betty Fay Cooper of Ware Shoals, Ann E. Thornton of Greenville and Sandra White of Blue Springs, Mo. Services were at 10 a.m. today at the North Area Chapel of Stuhr Funeral Home, Charleston. Burial was at 4 p.m. in Mt. Gallagher Cemetery, Ware Shoals. Memorials may be made to Hospice of Charleston, P.O. Box 1125, Charleston, S.C, 29402 or Charleston County Heart Unit, Summerall Building, room 406, Charleston. S.C. 29403. LUCY K. DICKSON GREENVILLE Mrs. Lucy Kelly Dickson, 92, formerly of Anderson and Greenwood, widow of Willis Albert Dickson, died Oct. 11, 1987. She was a daughter of the late John and Margaret Crawford Kelly and was a alumna of Limestone College, a former schoolteacher and florist. She was a member of the First Baptist Church in Greenwood, the Robert A. Waller Chapter of the UDC No. 687, of which she was state registrar for many years and the DAR Star Fort Chapter of Greenwood. Surviving are a daughter, Mrs. Frank A. (Alberta) Odom of Greenville; five grandchildren and 13 great-grandchildren. Services will be at 2:30 p.m. Tuesday at Cedar Grove Baptist Church Cemetery with Dr. Robert B. Whaley officiating. Thomas McAfee Funeral Home is in charge. GRACE B. FINLEY WARE SHOALS - Mrs. Grace Burkett Finley, 60, of Route 1, widow of James H. Finley, died Oct. 11, 1987 at her home. A native of Abbeville County, she was a daughter of the late Sam and Eula Black Burkett. Surviving are a son, Lester Burkett of Ware Shoals; five brothers, J.C. Burkett and Junior Burkett, both of Hodges, James Burkett and Buford Burkett, both of Greenville and Willis Burkett of Ware Shoals; and a sister, Mrs. Leola Addis of Honea Path. Services will be at 2 p.m. Tuesday at Parker-White Funeral Home with the Rev. Otis Davenport officiating. Burial will be in Ware Shoals Cemetery. Pallbearers will be Edward Burkett, Steve Burkett, Roy Burkett, David Burkett, Ronald Davenport and Bobby Davenport. The body is at the funeral home, where the family will receive friends from 7 to 9 tonight. CATHERINE LEADBEATER Mrs. Catherine Rita McGuire Leadbeater, 75, of 128 Highland Drive and formerly of 202-A Bowles Ave., widow of Thomas Ralph Leadbeater, died Oct. 10, 1987 at her home. Born in New York, she was a daughter of the late Francis and Elizabeth McGuire. She attended New York Teacher's College and was a retired photographer and Eucharistic minister. She was a member of Our Lady of Lourdes Catholic Church, Self Memorial Hospital Auxiliary and was a perpetual member of the Greenwood Catholic Women's Club. Surviving is a daughter, Mrs. Daniel (Virginia Lee) Schnauthiel of Greenwood; four grandchildren; and two great-grandchildren. Services were at 10 a.m. today at Our Lady of Lourdes Catholic Church with the Rev. Emmett Zackman officiating. Burial was in Greenwood Memorial Gardens. Pallbearers were the Knights of Columbus of Our Lady of Lourdes Catholic Church. Honorary escort were at the members of the Greenwood Catholic Women's Club. The family is at the home of her daughter, 128 Highland Drive, Idlewood. Memorials may be made to Our Lady of Lourdes Catholic Church. MRS. ANNIE S. DICKERT WHITMIRE - Mrs. Annie S. Dickert, 71, died Oct. 10, 1987. Born in Union County, she was a daughter of the late Gideon and Marie W. Steen. She was a retired employee of the J.P. Stevens Co. and member of St. Timothy Lutheran Church and the Friendship Club. Surviving are a son, Harold A. Dickert of Fountain Inn; two brothers, James H. Steen and Charles F. Steen, both of Whit-mire; three sisters, Mrs. Ruth Teseniar of Whitmire, Mrs. Dorothy Baker of Ninety Six and Mrs. Doris Morris of California; and grandchildren. Services will be at 2 p.m. Tuesday at St. Timothy Lutheran Church. Burial will be in Whitmire Cemetery. Gray Funeral Home is in charge. WILLIE D. RACKLEY HODGES - Willie Davis Rackley, 48, of Route 1, husband of Mrs. Beatrice Atha Rackley, died Oct. 11, 1987 at Self Memorial Hospital. A native of Greenville County, he was a son of the late Davis and Bertha Porter Rackley. He was employed by Bryan's Upholstery of Greenwood. Surviving, in addition to his wife of the home, are two sons, Mark Rackley and Phillip Rackley, both of Harrison, Ark.; a daughter, June Lanford of Harrison; four stepsons, Bobby Casto of Ohio, Ted Casto of Honea Path, Mike Casto of the home and George Casto of Souls Harbor; three sisters, Mrs. Nettie Mae Broome of Greer and Mrs. Laura Ann Schaalma and Mrs. Barbara Bible, both of Greenville; and 10 grandchildren. Services will be at 2 p.m. Wednesday in Greenville Memorial Gardens of Greenville. The family will receive friends from 7 to 9 p.m. Tuesday at the funeral home, t dav of 1987. There are 80 days Korean students at the University of South Carolina, the governor said. Education was a vital key to success and joint efforts at improving education would help South Carolina and South Korea, he said. On a more personal note, Campbell noted that on earlier trips he had become friends with a number of the Korean cabinet ministers and officials who were killed or injured in a bombing attack in 1983. Sixteen people were killed Oct. 9, 1983 when North Korean agents detonated a bomb in Rangoon, Burma in a bid to kill South Korea's President Chun Doo-hwan and his Cabinet, who were in Burma on a state visit. Chun escaped the attack. Campbell, who was a U.S. congressman at the time, said he had lost good friends in the attack. He ' said he was glad that he still had many friends in South Korea. "We share good friends who are with us today," he told the Korean delegates to the conference. Hurricane (Continued from page 1) The storm "turned a little earlier" than expected, meaning it likely would hit on the southwest tip of Florida this afternoon, said National Hurricane Center forecaster Ken Gross. Its center was estimated 15 miles northwest of Key West at 10 a.m: at latitude 24.7 north and longitude 82.0 west and moving northeast at 15 mph. Gusts of about 50 mph were reported at Boca Chica Naval Air Station. Textile Week (Continued from page 1) employees to operate more sophisticated equipment. Existing textiles also need better highway access, he said, in order to stay competitive. Textiles and the community can go there separate ways and remain in the 20th century, Self said, or go forward into the 2lst century working together. Textile Week will be Oct 18-24. Campbell (Continued from page 1) ing economies making the transition from agriculture to industry. "Both are emerging rapidly, strongly and becoming economic powers," he said. Campbell, addressing a joint conference of the Korea-U.S. Economic Council and the South-East U.S.-Korea Economic Council, said the people of South Carolina and South Korea share common values, such as a strong work ethic and strong family values. He said those common values should be used to enhance trade and other relations. The Republican governor urged Korean businesses to consider investing in South Carolina and open facilities in the state. He said they would enjoy the full support of the state. "Any company that conies to the state of South Carolina is looked upon as a South Carolina company," he said. Campbell stressed his state's pro-business policies and said South Carolina had many facilities and resources to attract foreign investors, including the lowest work stoppage rate in the United States. "We look forward to improving the economies of both of our countries," he said. One example of cooperation between South Carolina and South Korea is a proposal to develop a graduate business course for Iraq attack (Continued from page 1) night into Baghdad, Iraq's capital. Iran claimed the missile struck a military garrison. Iraq said it landed in a residential area, killing "numerous" civilians. No figures were given. The attack on Baghdad was the first since Oct. 5, when two of the projectiles, believed to be Soviet-designed Scud-Bs, hit the city of 4 million. Iran's .U.N. ambassador, Said Rajaie Khorassani, said Sunday that America's "provocative acts" in the gulf could lead to war. He was referring to an attack by U.S. helicopters on three Iranian patrol boats last Thursday. U.S. officials said the Iranian ships had fired on an American observation helicopter City log EMERGENCY MEDICAL SERVICE The following was taken from reports of the Greenwood County EMS: EMS personnel responded to five transports and eight emergencies Sunday. VOLUNTEER FIRE DEPARTMENTS The following was taken from reports of the Greenwood County Volunteer Fire Departments: Coronaca Fire Department responded to a structure fire on U.S. 221 this morning. Callison Fire Department responded to a gas spill on Chipley Road Sunday. POLICE DEPARTMENT The following was taken from reports of the Greenwood Police Department: Thieves took $40 from a Tag-gart Avenue home Sunday. A cassette player valued at $175 was reported missing from a truck on Grace Street Saturday. Thieves took a power booster valued at $100 from a car on. North Street Saturday. A moped valued at $400 was reported missing from a business on South Main Street Saturday. SHERIFF'S DEPARTMENT The following was taken from reports of the Greenwood County Sheriff's Department : A motorbike valued at $300 was reportedly stolen from a green box location on S.C. 67 Sunday. A VCR valued at $630 was reported missing from a Route 2 home Saturday. Hubcaps valued at $230 were reported missing from a car on Raintree Lane Saturday. Thieves entered two cars at a business on the 72 By-Pass Saturday and took stereos valued at $500. Fishing equipment and tools valued at $445 were reported missing from a garage on Circle Drive recently. Jewelry and clothing valued at $192 were reported missing from a business on the 72 By-Pass Saturday. A woman's purse was reportedly snatched from her in the parking lot of a 72 By-Pass business Saturday. The purse and its contents were valued at $287. Thieves entered a club on Club Road and took liquor valued at $354 Saturday. Edward D. Jones & Co. expertise at a discount brokerage price. SAVE 50 on current commission rates on listed and OTC stocks Minimum commission on any trade: $35 Quintin Rottering 209 Waller Ave. At The Exchange 229-0444 Edward D. Jones & Co. JO TIIK INOKX-JOHKINAI. USPS 261-540 Gieennruod Journal established Aug I 1895 Greenwood Inden established Nov t 169 The Journal and Inden Consolidaled Feb 6 1919 Published Weekday Mteinoom and Sunday Moininjs THE INDEX-JOURNAL COMPANY ot (i'eenwoud S C Seiimd Class Puslatje Paid dt Greenwood SC Rales by Carrier: 1 Wk. 1 Mo. 3 Mo. 6Mos. 12Mos. 1 45 6.30 18 85 37 69 75.40 By Mail 750 22 50 45.00 90 00 Sunday Only By Carrier 5 65 1130 22 60 Sunday Only By Mail 11.13 22 25 44 50 The IndeV Journal is iio1 iolooi siule lor money paid in advance lo earners MEMBER OF ASSOCIATED PRESS Make All Hemittances To THE INDEX-JOURNAL COMPANY P O Box 1018. Greenwood. S C 29648 (POSTMASTER: Send address changes to above address.) . The publisher assumes no liability lor merchandise incorrectly priced through typographical error and in no event wit! liability be assumed where goods are sold at the incorrect price ' Ethridge Monument Co. 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