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2 The Indax-Journal. Gr nwood, S.C.. Sat., Mar. 5.1983 Today This 'day Good afternoon. Today is Saturday, March 5, the 64th day of 1983. There are 301 days left in the year. The sun rose today at 6:53, will set at 6:28 and will rise Sunday at 6:52. On this date in 1766, the Spanish took possession of New Orleans from the French. The weather Friday's high was 75 (24 C) and the low was 37 (3 C). The temperature at 7 a.m today was 49 (9 C)., No precipitation was recorded during the 24-hour period ending at 7 a.m. today. Total recorded precipitation for the year is 11.13 inches (28.27 cm) and for March is .55 inch (1.40 cm ). Average rainfall for March i5.48 inches ( 13.91 cm ) and through March is 13.74 inches (34.89 cm). Lake Greenwood elevation at 8 a.m. today was 433.78 feet (132.21 M). The lake is considered full at 440 feet (134.11 M). Forecast South Carolina A flash flood watch is in effect for the South Carolina mountains and foothills tonight. Increasing cloudiness, becoming windy with showers and thunderstorms spreading into the western half of the state late today and over the remainder of the state tonight. Precipitation heavy at times. Highs today mostly in the 70s. Lows tonight in the 50s. expect around 60 south coast. Sunday variable cloudiness and windy with widely scattered showers mainly eastern portion. Highs in the low and middle 70s. Mountains: Showers and thunderstorms heavy at times a tonight. Low around 50. Winds southerly 15 to 20 mph except briefly strong and gusty in the vicinity of thunderstorms. Variable cloudiness and breezy Sunday with a 2percent chance of showers. High around 70. Foothills: Showers and thunderstorms heavy at times tonight. Low in the low 50s. Winds southerly 15 to 20 mph except briefly strong and gusty in the vicinity of thunderstorms. Variable cloudiness and breezy Sunday with a 20 percent chance of showers. High around 70. ' Eastern Piedmont. Lower Piedmont : Showers and thunderstorms heavy at times tonight. Low in the low 50s. Winds southerly 15 to 20 mph except briefly strong and gusty in the vicinity of thunderstorms. Variable cloudiness and breezy Sunday with a 20 percent chance of showers. High in the low 70s North Midlands: Showers and thunderstorms heavy at times tonight. Low in the mid 50s. Winds southerly 15 to 20 mph except briefly strong and gusty in the vicinity of thunderstorms: Variable cloudiness and breezy Sunday with a 30 percent chance of showers. High in the mid-70s. South Midlands: Showers and thunderstorms heavy at times tonight. Low in the mid-50s. Winds southerly 15 to 20 mph except briefly strong and gusty in the vicinity of thunderstorms. Variable cloudiness and breezy Sunday with a 20 percent chance of showers. High in the mid-70s. North Coast. Cloudy with showers and thunderstorms tonight. Low in the upper 50s. Winds southerly 15 to 20 mph except briefly strong and gusty in thunderstorms. Variable cloudiness and breezy Sunday with a 30 percent chance of showers. High in the mid-70s. South Coast: Cloudy with showers and thunderstorms tonight: Low around 60. Winds southerly 15 to 20 mph except briefly strong and gusty in thunderstorms. Variable cloudiness and breezy Sunday with a 30 percent chance of showers. . High in the mid-70s. . North Carolina Increasing cloudiness and becoming windy with scattered showers and thunderstorms today mainly by late afternoon continuing tonight into Sunday. High today in the 60s over mountains and mostly 70s elsewhere. Lows tonight in the upper 40s through the 50s. High Sunday in the 60s to low 70s. Georgia Lake wind advisory in effect today. Flash flood watch northwest third this evening and tonight. Mostly cloudy with occasional showers and thundershowers northwest this afternoon. Scattered showers and thundershowers elsewhere, except southeast. Highs in the low 70s. Thunderstorms, some heavy, tonight Lows in the upper 50s: Partly cloudy with scattered thundershowers southeast Sunday. Highs mostly in the 70s. Weather elsewhere H Thr Associated Press Saturday Temperatures indicate previous day s high and overnight km to 8 a m EST Hi Pre Otlk Albany 42 31 . ft rn Albuquerque 52 ' 39 .05 cdy Amanllo , 59 43 .01 cdy Anchorage 28 23 , . cdy Asheville 4 49 rn Atlanta 75 57 clr Atlantic City 53 44 rn Austin 72 54 63 clr Baltimore , .77 42 rn Billings f 44i 29 cdy Birmingham' . 77 64 cdy Bismarck if. r4 . 03 sn Boise 49 32 cdy Boston 48 .11 cd'v B row n-s vile - 100 55 clr Buffalo 52 35 14 rn . Burlington 35 17 cdv Casper 58 29 06 sh Chrlstn.SC 72 58 cdv Chrlstn.W V 79 46 cd'v Chrlotte NC 74 51 rn Cheyenne 60 30 76 sn Chicago 73 50 m Cincinnati 78 57 cdv Cleveland ' 68 43 cdy Columbia.SC 78 53 cdy Columbus 77 49 cdv Dls-Ft Wrth 68 51 55 cdy Dayton 75 50 cdy Denver 45 32 76 cdy Des Moines 65 57 .06 rn Detroit 69 38 cdy Duluth 33 32 09 rn El Paso 57 44 .06 cdy Fairbanks . 16 -10 clr Fargo 46 40 .29 sn Flagstaff 37 27 cdy Great Falls . 33 23 .09 cdy Hartford 39 31 .20 rn Helena 41 25 "1 cdy Honolulu 82 67 clr Houston 82 67 clr Indianapolis 78 57 cdy Jackson. Miss- 76 60 2.80 cdy Jacksonville 78 61 cdy Juneau 38 18 clr Kansas City 64 57 .72 cdy Las Vegas 63 44 clr Little Rock 68 54 1 89 cdy Los Angeles 6 57 cdy Louisville 60 cdy Lubbock 64 46 cdy Memphis 80 59 1 50 cdy Miami 73 71 cdy Milwaukee 55 39 rn M pis-St Paul 1 46 01 rn Nashville 81 66 cdy New Orleans 74 66 .17 cdy New York 46 39 .11 rn Norfolk 79 51 rn North Platte 57 43 48 cdy okJhma ay 49 to clr Omaha 61 55 .35 cdy Orlando 80 61 cdy Philadelphia 63 40 rn Phoenix 58 49 .35 cdy Pittsburgh 73 49 rn Portland. Me. 46 20 cdy Portland. Ore. 57 48 ,03 cdy Providence 40 36 rn Raleigh 77 50 rn Rapid City 39 36 .05 sn Reno 52 27 cdy Richmond 81 49 rn St . Louis 77 59 .05 cdy St Pete-Tampa 80 . 65 cdy Salt Lake 45 42 .48 cdy San Antonio 75 52 .10 clr San Diego 66 59 .13 cdy San Francisco 61 52 .05 cdy St Ste Marie ' 36 31 cdy Seattle 52 45 .04 rn Shreveport 57 52 1.26 cdy -Sioux Falls 57 53 28 m Spokane 46 42 .13 cdy Syracuse 43 31 .16 rn Topeka 64 57 1.73 cdy Tucson 60 45 .06 cdy Tulsa 65 54 .57 clr Washtngton 82 43 rn Wichita 1 48 .18 cdy Pre Precipitation for 24 hours ending 8 a m EST Saturday Otlk Sky conditions outlook for Sunday. Girls' body discovered OGDEN. Utah APi Police discovered the body of an 1 1 year-old girl the da v before the state House of Representatives passed a bill making Utah's laws against child molesting and kidnapping the toughest in the nation. The body of the girl, who had been missing since Wednesday, was discovered in a shed near her school Thursday afternoon. Utah's House passed a measure Friday that would impose minimum sentences of five. 10 and IS years for kidnapping, sodomy or rape of children under 14 years of age. Judge denies By ROGER BURTON StafT writer Judge Julius Baggett denied a defense motion for mistrial this morning in the murder case of Michael Anderson Godwin Sloan. Defense moved for a mistrial after a state witness mentioned the previous trial in which Sloan was convicted in Lexington County. The trial was moved to Greenwood County after the Surpreme Court in December overturned Sloan's conviction. The state called the assistant police chief of West Columbia. Ralph Miller, to the stand this morning to establish when Sloan was charged with the murder of Mary Elizabeth "Molly" Royem. Under cross-examination by Defense Attorney Danny Beck. Miller mentioned that . Deaths and funerals. EARLE PRINCE IVA James Earle Prince, 79, of Route 1, died Friday. He was a retired employee of the South Carolina Highway Department, Maintenance Division. Surviving are his wife, Lena Mae Atkins Owens Prince of the home ; two sons, James E. Prince Jr. of Abbeville and Larry Prince of Orlando, Fla.; a stepson, Wayne Owens of Anderson; four brothers, Hugh, Robert, Gilliam and John A. Prince, all of Abbeville ; and five sisters, Mary Todd of Greenwood, Minnie Cunningham of Clinton, Mildred Prince of Abbeville and Jenny Prince and Marion Price, both of Columbia. Services will be at 3 p.m. Sunday at McDougald's North Chapel". The family will receive friends from7to9p.m. Saturday at the funeral home. Memorials may be made to the Rose Ramer Cancer Clinic, Anderson Memorial Hospital. 800 IS. Fant St., Anderson 29621-. carrIe higdon DONALDS Carrie W. Walker Higdon, 79, of North Main Street, died Friday. Surviving are two sons, Bobby and Billy Higdon of Donalds; four daughters, Cleo Scott and Evelyn Scott of Donalds. Lucile Phillips of Hodges and Shirley Scott of San Antonio, Texas ; and two brothers, Addison Walker of Donalds and Harold Walker of Laguna Hills. Calif. Services will be at 4 p.m. Sunday at Donalds Baptist Church. The family will receive friends from 7 to 9 tonight at Pruitt Funeral Home, Honea Path. CHARLIE ELLIOT GREENVILLE Charlie Clyde Elliot, 84, of 2510 Old Easley Bridge Road, died Friday. He was a retired textile worker. Surviving are a daughter, Mrs. Grady (Helen) Stan-dridge of Greenville; four sistersr Essie Stroud of Greenwood, Bessie Rampey of Easley and Jessie Harvey, and Beulah Reid of Lyman; and a brother, the Rev. Leonard Elliot of Roxboro, NC. Services will be at 11 a.m. Monday at Thomas McAfee Funeral Home. The family will receive friends from 4:30 to 6 p.m. Sunday at the funeral home. LUTHER COLEMAN a Luther S. Coleman, 74, died Thursday at Self Memorial Hospital. Born in Edgefield County, he was a son of the late James and Minnie Minor Reynolds Coleman. He was a retired employee of Grendel Mill. Surviving are his wife, .Mrs. Ruby Callahan Coleman; two daughters, Mrs. ' Hazel Timmerman of Greenwood and Mrs. Shelby Walter of Saluda ; a son, Herbert Coleman of Greenwood; two half-sisters, Mrs. Etta White of McCormick and Mrs. Ella Coleman Dailey of Augusta, Ga. ; a brother, Nawfon Coleman of McCormick; a half-brother, John T. Reynolds of Edgefield; 13 grandchildren; and a great-grandson. Services will be at 3 p.m. today at Harley Funeral Home with burial in Edge-wood Cemetery. MRS. JOCELVN HOPE Mrs. Jocelvn Hartline Hope, of 506 Bolt St . . widow of Thomas Virgil Hope, died this morning at Self Memorial Hospital. Born in Mentone. Ala., she was a daughter or the late Walter and Minnie Ledford Hartline. She had made her home in Greenwood for the past nine years and was a member of Our Ladv of Sloan had been tried before in Lexington County. Judge Baggett called a recess for about IS minutes before announcing his decision. The defense rested its case in the murder trial late Friday afternoon. Defense Attorney Danny Beck called a total of seven witnesses to the stand. Sloan did not take the stand. Final arguments are expected to be presented today with the possibility of the case going to the jury this afternoon. Sloan. 22. is charged with murder and criminal sexual conduct in the first degree in the I960 death of Mary Elizabeth Royem. 24. of West Columbia. The defense called three witnesses to the stand Friday afternoon in an attempt to discredit the testimony of SLED forensic serologist Lourdes Catholic Church. Surviving are a daughter. Mrs. Peggy Hope Lockaby of the home; three sisters. Mrs. June H. Hope of Chattanooga. Term . Mrs. Billy H. Geppett of Lemongrove. ' Calif, and Mrs. Hazel H. Brown of Birmingham. Mich.; a half-sister. Mrs. Jovce Kirkpatrick of McDonald. Tenn.: a brother. Marvin Hartline of Winterhaven. Fla.: six half-brothers. Luther Hartline of Cloudlind. Ga.. Albert Hartline of Rising Faun. Elmer Hartline of St. Louis. Mo.. Wayne Hartline of Mentone. Glen Hartline of Chichonogau. Ga. and Sanford Hartline of Mentone. Arrangements will be announced by Harley Funeral Home. ARACE CRANFORD CHERAW Arace Montgomery Cranford, 64, died Thursday at Self Memorial Hospital. Born in Cheraw, he was a son of the late Frank M. and Delia Thomas Crouch Cran-,ford. Surviving are a lirother, William Cranford of Marion; and four sisters, Mrs. Myrtle Kelly of Suffolk, Va., Mrs. Joyce Colley of Marion, Va., Mrs. Ruth Turner and Mrs. Edith Quick of Wallace, Services were at 11 a.m. today in Old Saint David's Cemetery. Stubbs Funeral Home was in charge. , CHARLES NEELEY COLUMBIA Charles M. "Chuck" Neeley, 55, of Route 8, Lexington, died Friday at Baptist Medical Center. Born in Richland. County, he was a son of the late Victor and Katie Maude Dreher Neeley. He was an employee of Tamper Inc. and a member of Agape Baptist Chruch. He was a veteran of World War II. Surviving are his wife, Mrs. Klinor Ward Neeley; a daughter, Mrs. Vicki Lynn Watton of Axworth, Ga.; a son, Gary William Neeley of Vidalia, Ga.; two brothers, Mack David Gantt of McCormick and Levon Gantt Jr of Derby, Kan. ; and five grandchildren. The family suggests that those who wish may make memorials to Agape Baptist Church. Plans will be announced by Caughman-Harman Funeral Home, Lexington-' Caughman-Harman Funeral Home, Lexington Chapel. - JOHN WHARTON Services Tor John W. Wharton will be at 2:30 p.m. Sunday at Millway Baptist Church in Brad lev with the Rev. Bernard .White and the Rev. James Kay officiating. Burial will be in the church cemeterv. Pallbearers will be Willie Wideman. James Bowen. Joe Bennett. Frankie Wilson. ' Nathaniel Wardlaw and Benjamin McDuffie. Flower bearers will be ushers of the church. The family will receive friends tonight at the home of a daughter. Mrs. Frances Wardlaw. 42 B New Haven Apartments. Robinson and Son Mortuary is in charge. ROBERT HUNTER LAURENS Robert Thompson Carmical "Mack" Hunter, died Thursday at Self Memorial Hospital ' Born in Prosperity, he was a son of the late Allen Calhoun and Lenoria Boozer Hunter. He was an operator with Laurens Glass Works and a member of Atonement Lutheran Church. Surviving are his wife. Mrs. Marinelle Lake Hunter: two sons. Henry A. Hunter of Silverdale. Wash., and Carmical Hunter of Taylors: three brothers. Harold H. Hunter of Silvei street. Allen C. Hunter Jr. of Newberry and Hiram E. Hunter of motion fqr Sloan mistrial Patsy Habben concerning a vaginal aspirate sample taken from the victim's body. Habben testified Friday morning - under cross-examination by Beck that the sample was in an elevated state of decomposition. According to Habben. laboratory tests proved that sperm was present, but that due to the state of decomposition the blood type of the male donor could not be determined. Habben further testified that an attempt to establish the blood type revealed only an H factor of antigen. This is synonymous with O type blood. Habben testified that if the sample had been taken under ideal circumstances, and only an H factor of antigen was found, then it would mean that the male sperm donor had O type blood. Anderson: five sisters. Mrs. Sadie M. Barley of Raleigh. Mrs. Mary Jane Urban of Charleston. Mrs. Lillian L. Rhinehart of Laurens. Mrs. Margaret R. Killian of Prosperity and Mrs. Dorothy R. Shealy of Saluda: seven grandchildren: and four great-grandchildren. Services will be at 4 p.m. today at Kennedy Mortuary, with burial in Silverstreet Lutheran Church Cemetery. The family suggests that those who wish may make memorials to Atonement Lutheran Church. IDELIA PINSON ABBEVILLE Idetia Etheridge Pinson. 80. of Koute 4. died Knday. Surviving are two sons. Clifford Pinson of Aiken and Rayford Pinson of Abbeville : and a sister. Mable Gilmer of Abbeville. Services will be at 3 p.m. Sunday at the Pentecostal Holiness Church. The family will receive friends tonight from 7 to 9 at Harris Funeral Home. MRS. LEILAH BLADON SALUDA Mrs. Leilah Ann Berry Bladon, 38, died at her home Friday. Born in Saluda County, she was a daughter of Clyde and Teatsy Hawkins Berry. She was employed with Knight Industries of Saluda. Surviving other than her parents are a daughter, Miss Donna Lee Bladon of the home; a son, John Harvey Bladon of the home; a sister Mrs. Henry (Frances) Cromer Jr. of Johnston; three brothers, Marcus Lee Berry and Clifton Eugene Berry of Saluda and Clyde E. (Eddie) Berry of Johnston. Services will be Sunday at 2:30 p.m. at Ramey Funeral Home. Burial will be at Travis Park Cemetery. The family will receive friends from 7 to 9 tonight at Ramey Funeral Home. JIMMY LEE ; BLADON SALUDA Jimmy Lee Bladon, 38, of Route 4, Saluda, died Friday. A son of Harvey R. and Almettie Duffie Bladon of Saluda, he was formerly employed with Eastman Kodak Company of Columbia. Surviving in addition to his parents are; a daughter, Donna Lee Bladon of Saluda ; a son, John Harvey Bladon of Saluda; four sisters, Mrs. Bennie (Claudine) Cockrell and Mrs. Frank (Rickie) Forest of Saluda and Mrs. Sylvia Bladon Ouzts of Greenwood, Mrs. Bobbie McCarthy of Laurens; and a brother, Richard Bladon of Saluda. Services will be at 2:30 p.m. Sunday at Ramey Funeral Home. 1 Burial will be at Sardis -Baptist Church Cemetery. The family will receive friends from 7 to 9 tonight at Ramey Funeral Home. EMMA BRUNSON PARKSVILLE Emma McDonald Brunson. 101. widow of Joseph Branson died Friday night at her home. ' Born in McDuffie County. Ga.. she was a daughter of the late Thomas E. and Elizabeth Gresham McDonald. She was a member of St. Paul Methodist Church. Surviving are a daughter. Mrs. J.R. Cartledge. Parksville: two grandchildren and four greatgrandchildren. Services will be at 2 p.m. Sunday at Parksville Baptist Church, with the Rev. Wade Godfree and the Rev. Dan Holland officiating. Burial will be in Parksville Baptist Church Cemetary. The family is at the home. The bodv is Strom Funeral Home and will be placed in the church 30 minutes before the service. Pallbearers will be J H However. Habben added that the sample was no good due to decomposition and should not be considered as evidence as far as a blood type is concerned. According to Habben. even though the sample had undergone extensive decom-. position, the tests were conclusive that there was sperm present. The defense called three witnesses Friday afternoon , in an attempt to prove that the sample was good and should be considered in determining the blood type. Defense called Dr. Todd Kolb. of the American Red Cross in Columbia: Brian Wraxall. Serological Research Institute. Emeryville. Calif., and Mark D. Stolorow. Bureau of Scientific Services. Illinois Department of Law Enforcement. Self. R.E. Riddlehoover. L.L. Abell. J.R. McMUIian. E.P. Brown. M.W. Prince. H.E. Golf. W.C. Brown. WILLIE JACKSON Services for Willie J. Jackson will be Monday at Enoree Baptist Church with the Rev. James Sims officiating. Burial will be in the church cemetery. Pallbearers will be grandsons and nephews. Flower bearers will be granddaughters and nieces. The family will receive friends Sunday night from 7 to 8 at Daniel and Sons Funeral Home. The family is at the home of a son. Truman Connelly. 138 Edgewood St.. Ninety Six. L.O. KNOTTS SR. Leon Owens Knotts Sr., 78, of 125 Capers St., Greenville, husband of Maudie Bragg Knotts, died Friday at a Greenville hospital. Born in Norway, he was a son of the late Mr. and Mrs. John Durham Knotts. He was a manager with Independent Life Insurance Co. of Greenville for 42 years before his retirement in 1966. He was a Baptist. Surviving in addition to his wife are a son, L.O. Knotts Jr. of Greenwood; two daughters, Mrs. Frances Ruth Wiggins of Jacksonville, Fla. and Mrs. Carol Ann Lee of Columbia; a brother, Mike Knotts of Gainesville, Fla.-; and 15 grandchildren. Services will be Sunday at 2 p.m. at Mackey Mortuary. Burial will be in Woodlawn Memorial Park. ' BAETY GROSS 'Baety O'Neal Gross. 74. 315 Barksdale St.. died Friday at Self Memoaial Hospital. Born in Richburg Community in Chester County, he was a son of the late David Arthur and Ellen Starnes Gross. He was a retired Air Force lieutenant colonel, having served in World War II. He was a 1931 Citadel graduate and taught school two years Srior to entering the service, le served in the Pacific Theater and the European Army of Occupation in Germany, and he retired in I960. He was a member of First Baptist Church and the Baracca Sunday School Class. He was also a member of the Senior Citizens Club. Council on Aging. Retired Teachers Association. American Legion and was a Mason. He had lived in Columbia for a number of years and had made his home in Greenwood since 1973. Surviving are his wife. Mrs. Annie Rose Yarbrough Gross of the home: a son. Baety O'Neal Gross Jr. of Simpsonville: a daughter. Miss Patricia Ann Gross of Mount Pleasant: and two grandchildren. Services will be at 3 p.m. Sunday at First Baptist Church, with Dr. J. William Harris and the Rev. Ryan Eklund officiating. Burial will be in Greenwood Memorial Gardens. . Pallbearers will be Arthur L. Gross Jr.. Alvis J. Gross. Franklin Surullo. Michael and Hayne Yarbrough. Hubert Scurry. Donald Pridgen and Kenneth J. Manley. Honorary pallbearers will be members of the Baracca Sundav School Class of First Baptist Church and Dr. O.M. Cobb. Dr. R.M. Christian. . Robert Buford. Dr. Joel Stone. R.F. Readett. J.E. . Young Sr.. A. A. Attawav. R.D. Steer. Ray Whatlcv. C.A. Lagrone and Clyde Simmons. The body is at Harley Funeral Home and will be placed in the church at 2 p.m. Sunday. The family will receive friends at Harley Funeral Home from 7 to 8:30 tonight. Memorials mav made to First Baptist Church. All three were presented as blood type experts to the court. All three testified that it was their opinion that the sample could be used in determining the blood type of the male donor despite its state of decomposition. Dr. Kolb testified to the jury that he examined a sample of blood taken from Sloan and found Sloan's type to be A 1. He said that the antigen factor in Sloan's blood would be A H. Kolb said it was his opinion that Sloan could not have been the sperm donor, or the antigen factor in the vaginal aspirate would have been A-H instead of just H. Both Wraxall and Stolorow adherred to the same conclusion. However, testimony further revealed that the victim and Sloan were both sec-retors of A-H antigens, which, meant that both would have A-H antigen factors in their other body fluids. This opened the question of what happened to the A factor in the victim's fluid which was in the vaginal aspirate sample. None was found in the sample. The experts said the only explanations were that there wasn't any to begin with or there was such a small amount that it didn't show up. All testified that they knew of no scientific reason for the A antigen to be absent from the vaginal aspirate. Stolorow testified under cross-examination that about one-half of his testimony in the courts came in the City GREENWOOD FIRE DEPARTMENT The following was taken from reports of the Greenwood Fire Department: Firemen responded to a false alarm at the corner of Magnolia Avenue and Press-ley Street Friday with three trucks. VOLUNTEER FIRE DEPARTMENTS The following was taken from reports of the Greenwood County Volunteer Fire Departments: The Callison Fire Depar-ment responded to an automobile fire on Jordon Road Friday. POLICE DEPARTMENT ' The following was taken from reports of the Greenwood Police Department: Thieves took a bicycle from a home on Mineral Street Friday. The bike is valued at $100. A resident of Allison Drive reported the theft of fishing equipment valued at $415 Friday. Thieves took a moped from a home on Jacob Street Friday. The bike is valued at $600. SHERIFF'S DEPARTMENT -The following was taken from reports of the Green- Auditions scheduled Monday Greenwood Community Theatre will hold auditions for its final children's play of the season on Monday from 4 to 6 p.m. The play, "The Fabulous . Fable Factory," a musical based on six of Aesop's fables, will be presented April 8-10. Students from grades 9-12 and up are invited to audition, director Lisa Schulze said. There are nine parts available; all require singing. The part of Monroe, the little boy who wanders into the old, unused factory, should be played by a boy age 11 or 12. The role of Aesop, who is more than 2,000 years old, should be played by a somewhat older student. The other actors will be playing the actual fable machine. THE INDEX-JOURNAL 1Wk.1Mo.3Mo. tMo. 12MOS. Carrierboy: 1.15 5.00 14.95 29.90 59.80 Motor Rout Area: 1.20 520 15.60 31.20 62.40 By Mail 1 40 6.10 18 ZO 36-40 72.80 Thaj tnrJn-Joumtkl is not fMpontMbts MEMBER OF ASSOCIATED PRESS Make A Rammanoaa To: THE MOEX-JOURNAL COMPANY P.O. Box 1018. Onmood, S C. wan (POSTMASTER: Sand cnangaatoanwi Thapubtahari tor mercftandla Incorrectly laiuau virougn Typographical Cmwadtidi hiiiiunc r.iavr. ThiJwnslsHl linnllll . tt fubMahad Dafty SMOagff 8Jvndtty by THE HWEXtOURNAL COMPANY of Graanwood. S C. Sepond -! PMMMMd atOieanwcod. SC. Ram by area: r form of rebuttal testimony. "That means you spend about one-half your time disagreeing with other serolog-isU doesn't it?" asked Myers. k "Not necessarily." said Stolorow. Myers asked stolorow u ne was aware of other noted serologists finding samples which gave the same results as the one in question. Stolorow said he was aware of none. Wraxall. a native of England and an ex-employee of Scotland Yard, said it was his opinon the sample was still good because of the presence . of sperm in the sample. Wraxall said sperm is very fragile and that an elevated state of decompostion would have destroyed the sperm also. During Wraxall's testimony, assistant prosecutor Sidney Riggs asked Wraxall just how much the state was paying him. "We charge $70 an hour." said Wraxall. "Is that from the time you got on your plane in California until the time you get off when you return?" asked Riggs. "Yes." said Wraxall. Riggs closed his cross-examination by telling Wraxall that he didn't believe anyone could get on a plane in California and come to South Carolina and talk intelligently about a vaginal aspirate sample he had never seen. log wood County Sheriff's Department : Thieves entered a home on Brickyard Road Friday and took antiques valued at $2,300. Cambridge Academy: A Learning Environment Cambridge Academy was founded in 1968 (or the purpose of providing a quality education to the children of the Greenwood area. The term private school often conjures up Images of an elitist group of children from wealthy families obtaining an education in a sheltered environment Others consider the term to mean a church or christian school Cambridge Academy fits none of these definitions we are an independent school.' By our definition an independent school is a state of mind, a different word, a learning environment We're totally committed to the basic premise that all of our graduates will continue their education in college. Cambridge is the only independent school in Greenwood. We offer a pre-school (age 4) through twelth grade education. We also offer an extended day care program for youngsters waiting for a working parent At the Academy, we offer small classes, excellent teachers, and an atmosphere that encourages and rewards the pursuit of knowledge. If you have school age children, why not And out more about Cambridge Academy. CiMittifidgc Academy la non-dtaort-ntjnatoiy wtth regard to Race. Color, RaHoton, Sax. or Nattonal CMgin. "Cambridge Academy! A Learning Environment" First in a six part series. For a complete copy of the . series or for more information about Cambridge write: Cambridge Academy, 103 Eastman St, Greenwood, SC. 29646 or call 229-2875. Cambridge Academy r Vl:

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