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Anderson Independent-Mail from Anderson, South Carolina • 5

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Anderson Independent-Mail Tuesday August 31 1993 5A Deaths Aspin briefs Clinton on defense options nephews She was the daughter of the late William Thomas and Martha Ann Moore Services are at 3 pm Tuesday at Holly Springs Baptist Church by the Revs Find Jones and Herman Purcell The body is at Pruitte Funeral Home where the fomily will receive friends from 7 to 9 pm Monday The body will be placed in the church at 2:30 pm Tuesday The family is at the home of Mr and Mrs Allen Alewine Route 2 Royston church at 2:30 pm Wednesday Flowers are accepted or memorials may bo made to AndcrsonOconcc County Council on Aging PO Box 103 Anderson SC 29622 dcsignat ed to Westminster Meals Program Sandifer Funeral Home is in charge of arrangements Georgia Pearson Georgia Lunsford Pearson 75 of 110 Shirley SL Anderson died Monday August 30 1993 at the James Byrnes Medical Center Columbia Funeral arrangements are incomplete and will be announced by the McDougald Funeral Home Jennie Penn CENTRAL SC Jennie Gillespie Penn 89 of 126 Cedar Creek Circle Central died Sunday August 29 1993 at her home A native of Del Rio Tenn she was a former employee of Abney Mills in Anderson and was a member of Gamer Memorial Baptist Church in Anderson She was formerly married to Frank Smith Surviving are a daughter Shevie Poore of foe home sisters Eula Crawford Edna Campbell and Cora Cook of Greenwood and three grandchildren She was the daughter of the late Josiah and Mary Jane Lee Gillespie Graveside services are at 11 am Wednesday in Liberty Mortuary where foie fomily will receive friends from 7 to 8:30 pjn Tuesday The fomily will be at the home of her granddaughter Pamela Paxton 203 Evans Drive Deer Track Central George Pilgrim STARR SC George Ansel Pil- was an overriding concern A White House official speak a on condition of anonymity Monday the administration is reviewing ballistic missile defense issues that go beyond what will be contained in Mr Aspln's repot These other Issues Include such questions as whether and how to rework a 1972 treaty which limits missile defenses Among Mr specific recommendations to Mr Clinton: Maintain a fleet of 12 aircraft carriers including one to train Navy aviators That is two fewer carriers than had been planned during the Bush admin- istratlon but two more than some in the Pentagon had been considering It reflects Mr conviction that the United States' must maintain a regular pres- ence In hot spots around the world without relying as much on bases In foreign lands Stop the shrinkage of fob Marine Corps at about 174000 men and women The Bush administration had set a target of 159000 compared with the current level of about 18(1000 Reduce the number of ao-tive Army divisions to 10 from 14 two fewer than Bush planned and cut the active and reserve Air Force wings from 28 to 20 Go ahead with development of the Air Force F-22 stealth fighter but buy fewer than the Bush administration planned and go ahead with the and models of the Navy's FA-18 strike plane that can be launched from aircraft carriers Two aircraft now in foe conceptual stage foe Air Forces and the A-F-X medium-range bomber would be canceled or deferred Squad or to a charity of choice i Janet Crosby JAMAICA NY Janet Crosby 33 of 144-15 166 SI Jamaica NY died Tuesday August 24 1993 at The Jamaica HospitaL Bom in Anderson she was the daughter of Timothy and the late Alberta Bray Crosby and was employed with Cablevision Surviving are her father Timothy Crosby a sister Yvonne Mitchell and a son Nequane Crosby1 Services are at 2 pm Tuesday at Annie Frank Memorial Chapel by the Rev' Milton Crosby burial in Bethlehem UMC Cemetery Announcement courtesy of Johnson Funeral Home Barbara Herron SALEM SC Barbara Ruth Hill Herron 54 of 149 Browns Lake Road Salem died Monday August 30 1993 at Greenville Memorial HospitaL A native of Maryville Tenn she was a Baptist and an employee of Capers Manufacturing Surviving are her widower Ansel Herron of the home sons Andy Herron of the home Chris Herron of Seneca and Timothy Brooks of Clinton Tenn daughters Debbie Gibson Angle Galloway Donna Reid and Donna Bradley of Salem and Dorothy McCrackin of Walhalla a brother JC Hill of Clarkes-viile Fla and a sister Marie Gan rett of Westville Fla and two grandchildren reared in the home She was the daughter of the late Clemie and Rose Gladen HilL Services are at 11 am Wednesday at Davenport Funeral Home Chapel burial in the Oconee Memorial Park The body is at the funeral home where the family will receive friends from 7 to 9 pm Tuesday The family is at the home of a daughter Debbie Gibson 711 Burnt Tanyard Road Salem Louise Howell LAURENS SC Louise Mill-wood HbweU 82 of 515 Hansen Circle Laurens died Sunday August 29 1993 at Greenville Memorial HospitaL Bam in Union County she was a retired textile employee and a member of First Baptist Church of Laurens Surviving are sons Frank Howell of Colorado Springs Colo Bill Jen ry and Wayne Howell of Laurens and Mike Howell of Pickens four daughters Doris Metts and Evelyn Culbertson of Laurens Brenda Douglas of Gray Court and Linda Nelms of Anderson a sister Nannie Brewer of Union County 29 grandchildren 25 great-grandchildren and one great-great-grand-child She was the widow of Charles Howell and the daughter of the late Isaac and Mary Jane Inman Mill-wood She was preceded in death by a daughter Polly Howell and her twin sons RC and JC HowelL Services are at 2 pun Wednesday at First Baptist Church by Dr Robert Cooper and the Rev David Hull burial will be in Forest Lawn Cemetery The family will be at the home of a son Bill Howell Route 2 Laurens and will receive friends from 7 to 8:30 pjn Tuesday at Kennedy Mortuary Bartie Moore ROYSTON Ga Bartie Elizabeth Moore 88 of Route 2 Royston Holly Springs Community died Monday August SO 1993 at Cobb Memorial HospitaL Bom in Elbert County she was a member of Holly Springs Baptist Church Surviving are several nieces and Pete Adams TOCCOA Ga James "Pete" Adams of Jacksonville Fla died Sunday August 29 1993 Bom In Stephens County Ga he was a supervisor with Southern Bell Telephone Company He was a member of North Main Street Baptist Church the Telephone Pioneers of America and he was a US Army World War veteran Surviving are his sons Gerald and David Adams sisters Thelma TTacy Frances Kassell and Evelyn French five grandchildren and a number of nieces and nephews He was the son of the late and Ossie Adams Services are at 11 am Wednesday In thq George Hewell and Son Northside Funeral Home by the Rev Russell Browns worth burial In Evergreen cemetery The family will receive friends from 7 to 9 pm Tuesday at the fiineral home Announcement courtesy of Acree-Da-vis Funeral Home John Boyd WASHINGTON Ga John Boyd Jr 61 of 519 North Alexander Ave Washington died Sunday August 29 1993 fa Port Valley Ga Bom in Orlando Fla he was the head master at Wilkes Academy for 19 years was a 1954 Annapolis Graduate a Navy Pilot and was a retired Naval Commander He formerly taught at the University of Georgia at Atlanta University and at Athens Tech He was a member of the Tignall Independence Methodist Church' 1 Surviving are his widow Gail Boyd of the home daughters Tanya and Shana Boyd of Athens Misha Boyd of Pasadena Calif' and Whitney Boyd of Washington Ga a sister Connie Hegarty of Bloomington Ind a brother David Boyd of Atlanta mother Christine Boyd of Tignall and a number of nieces and nephews He was the son of the late John Boyd Sr Services are at 4 pm Tuesday at the Tignall Independence Methodist Church by the Revs Jim Cantrell Harold Lawrence and Robert Reynolds burial In the church cemetery Memorials may be made to the Will's Memorial Hospital or to the Mary Willis Library Washing-- ton The body Is at Hopkins Funeral Home Washington and will be placed In the church one hour prior to services Tony Campbell IV A SC John Boyce Campbell 73 of 101 Good Hope Church Road died Sunday August 29 1993 at Anderson Area Medical tenter Bom In Anderson he was a World Warn veteran a retired eleo-tridan with Owens-Coming Fiberglass Corporation and a cattlemen He was a member of the Herman Lodge 116 AFM at Starr and a member of the Hejaz Shrine He was a member of the American An-gag i of the retired OCF Club the VFW Post 5996 and the Iva ARP Church Surviving are his widow Mary Wiles Campbell of the home sons Gerry Campbell and Tony Blake Campbell of Iva brothers Marcus Don and Roger of Iva and Lewis Jr and Douglas Campbell 1 Sr ofAnderson and one grandson He was the son of of the late Lewis A Sr and Hattie Latham Campbell Graveside services are at 11 ajn Wednesday at Iva City Cemetery by Dr Ed Kirkpatrick The body at Sullivan-King Mortuary where the family will receive friends from 7 to 9 pm Tuesday The family is at the home Flowers are optionaL Memorials may be made to Iva Rescue Services Aimer Mary Belle Grant 88 of 403 Holloway St Walhalla am at 11 am Tuesday at Davenport Funeral Home chapel by the Rev Jamea MizzelL After local services the body will be taken to McEwen Funeral Home 727 East Moonhead Charlotte Nd when foe family will receive friends from 7 to 9 pm Tuesday Graveside services will be held at 1 pm Wednesday at Sharon Memorial Park Charlotte The family will be at the home Bessent Beulah Wildes 90 of Route 1 Alto are at 11 am Wednesday at Edge-wood Chapel Hardage Giddena Funeral Home Jacksonville Fla by Elders Hershel Griffin mid Hermit Nobles burial in Pinkston cemetery Jacksonville The family is at the home of her daughter Mrs Bill Morris Rout 1 Alto Bren yon Lola Inez 8 of Robertson Street Hodges are at 2 pm Tuesday at Providence Baptist Church by the Revs JH Redd and Bennie Ridlehoover burial will be in Keowee Baptist Church cemetery Hones Path The body is at Parker-White Funeral Home and will be placed in the church at 1 pm Tuesday the family is at the home of her sister Belle Smith Robertson St Hodge Britt Ina Ruth Fanner SS of 501 Fal-tiwanger Apt C-l who died Sunday are at 4 pm Tuesday at Harley Funeral Home chapel by the Rev Sherrill Green burial in Greenwood Memorial Gardens Memorials may be made to the American Diabetes Association PA Bos UBS Greenwood SA296IL Cason William Curtis of 121 Ballard Road are at 1:30 pm Tuesday at Gray Mortuary Chape) by the Revs John Chapman Mitch GambreD and Tbm Tucker burial in the Sew Hope Baptist Church Cemetery Memorials may be made to the American Heart A odation 1315 Haywood Road Green By Robert Bums Th Aaodstad Pm WASHINGTON Defense Secretary Les Aspin briefed President Bill Clinton Monday on his blueprint for a post-Cold War military that is smaller and cheaper but keeps the traditional "forward presence" of US forces worldwide Mr Aspin was expected to publicly release the document Wednesday and discuss aspects of it in a policy speech Thursday at Georgetown University officials said The plan is the result of months of Internal administration debate on the proper mix of US armed forces needed to meet what Mr Aspin considers foe four main threats to American national security In the wake of the demise of the Soviet Union Those dangers the spread of nuclear arms regional threats such as Iraq or Iran the failure of democratic reform in the former Soviet Union and US economic decline form the basis of Mr reshaping of the American military is a response to the new said a senior Pentagon official familiar with new phut The official discussed it on condition he not be identified Many details of the plan have been reported but much remains unknown including the cost The Washington Post reported this month that Mr proposed defense restructuring would cost about $20 billion more than the $L2 trillion Mr Clinton has said he intends to spend on defense over the earning five years Mr Aspin referred to his new blueprint in a speech last week to a Veterans of Foreign Wars convention much has changed that we believe that we had to review our defense requirement from the bottom Mr Aspin said have long felt that if we merely cut the Odd War forces rom foe top simply end up with a smaller Cold War force hut that's not what we he naid Mr Aspin said his plan was developed by examining all aspects of ILS national security including nuclear deterrence intema-ional peacekeeping and anti-terrorism The plan also sets a new course for ballistic missile defense an aspect of US defense strategy hat seated up tens of billions of dollars during the Cold War when foe threat of a nuclear missile ptfark from the Soviet Union family will receive friends from 7 to 9pjn Monday at the fiineral home The family Is at the home of his parents Basil and Sandra Bibb 400 Highland Ave Westminster and at the home of his wife Pat Hodges 101 Sarah Drive Westminster Larry Webb LAURENS SC Larry Webb of Laurens formerly of Honea Path died Sunday Aug 29 1993 at Laurens County HospitaL Funeral arrangements will be announced by Johnsan-Stewart Funeral Home Honea Path Obituary notices are published as requested to accommodate those desiring more inhumation than it provided In the nevnarttdea Obituary notices are prepared and billed through the OaaaUled Aden-Using Department at 231-7355 In Loving Memory of My Precious Wife And Our Loving Mather On Her 52nd Birthday Aug 51 1941 Dec 28 1992 Bonnie Abercrombie Mom Happy Birthday today We all miss you so much The pain just won't go away The lean are still there and the heart will never be the same but one day we will meet by then river We love yon and miss yon Love ahrap Husband: john Children: Renee A Boyd Grandchildren: Talesha Brittany Ashley A Chris Son-in-law: Kent AH rour family A friends RT Latimer HONEA PATH SC RT Latimer 75 of 18 East Glendale Street Honea Path died Sunday August 29 1993 at Anderson Area Medical Center Bom in Abbeville he was a US Army World War veteran and a retired custodian at Forrest College He was a member of New friendship Baptist Church where he was a deacon superintendent of the Sunday Schod president of The Singing Convention and a member of the Brotherhood Surviving are his daughter Ellen McClinton of Due West SC Helen Johnson of Donalds Leila Latimer of the home son Lonnie A Latimer of Anderson 12 grandchildren including one granddaughter raised in the home and six great-grandchildren He was the widower of the late Viola Barmore Latimer and was the son of the late Robot Frank Leila Donalds Latimer Services are at 2 pjn Wednesday at New friendship Baptist Church by the Revs Cowan and Wendell Cox burial In the church cemetery The body la at Funeral Home Belton where the fomily will receive friends from 7 to 730 pm Tuesday The body will be placed in the church at 1 pm Wednesday The fomily Is at the the home Bush Morgan LAVONIA Ga Thomas Herchel Morgan 74 of 475 Blueberry Lane Lavonia died Monday August- 30 1993 at Stephens County HospitaL Born in Franklin County he resided the greater part of his life in Habersham County Georgia having resided in Lavonia for nearly 20 years He was engaged in the forming and timber business prior to his retirement He was a US Army World War veteran and a member of Mount Zion Baptist Church Tumerville Surviving are his widow Lucille Franklin Morgan of the home daughters Gloria Thacker of Mt Airy Florence Ivester of Glarkes-ville Cynthia London of Lavonia sisters Aline Hickman of Turner ville and Lois Franklin of Mt Airy a brother Dorsey Morgan of Tur-nerville nine grandchildren and three great-grandchildren He was the son of the late William and Clifford Youngblood Morgan and was preceded death by a daughter Pat Sanders Services are at 4 pjn Wednesday at Acree-Davis Funeral Home Hill-crest chapel by the Revs Kenneth Moon Wayne Fowler Fred Young and Cliff Quincy burial in the Mt Zion Baptist Church Cemetery The fomily will be at the home of Mr and Mrs Swayne London Blueberry Lime Lavonia and will receive friends from 7 to 9 pjn Monday and from 3 to 5 pjn and 7 to 9 pm Tuesday Sarah McGuffin WESTMINSTER SC Sarah Grace Sims McGuffin 66 of 505 North Ave died Sunday August 29 1993 in Oconee Memorial HospitaL Born in Oconee County she was retired from Clemson University having worked in the Financial Aid office for 25 years She was a member of Westminster Baptist Church Ladies Adult IV Sunday School Bible Study Group and the Frontiers Surviving are her mother Audrey Cheek Sims of Westminster a son Edward Messenry of Greenville daughters Sandra Messenry Gray of Greenville and Amanda Elizabeth McGuffin of Westminster a sister Jeanette Winchester of Pickens three grandchildren and two step-grandchildren She was preceded In death by her father PrueC Sims Services are at 3 pjn Wednesday at Westminster Baptist Church by the Revs Wilton Maxwell and John Me Knight burial in Clearmont Baptist Church cemetery The body is at Sandifer Funeral Home where the family will receive friends from 7 to 9 pjn Tuesday The body will be placed in the Bom in Anderson County he was former and merchant and was a member of Starr Baptist Church Surviving are daughters Nancy Scheideger of Westerville Ohio and Lillie Rainey of Starr and a sister Ruby Ashley of Anderson eight grandchildren and 2 greatgrandchildren He was the widower of Lucy Walters Pilgrim and the son of the late Frank and Ida Rogers Pilgrim Services are at 11 am Wednesday at Forest Lawn Memorial Park Mausoleum chapel by foe Rev Barry Cannon entombment will follow The body is at foe McDougald Funeral Home where the fomily will receive friends from 7 to 9 pm Tuesday The fomily is at the home of a daughter Lillie Rainey 2101 Rainey Road Starr Ophelia Russell SENECA SC Ophelia Gordon Russell 75 of 810 Ploma Drive died August 29 1993 at Oconee Memorial HospitaL Bom in Gastonia NC she was a homemaker and a member of Seneca Baptist Church Surviving are her widower Robert Quentin Russell of the home: daughter Gwendolyn Thomas of Greenwood Miss brother Garron Gordon of Gastonia NC sisters Kathleen Faulkner Gastonia NC and Dorothy Summey of Dallas NC and two grandchildren She was the daughter of the late Joseph A and Neely Revels Gordon Services are at 2 pjn Wednesday at Seneca Baptist church by Dr Von Reynolds and the Rev James Stokes burial in Oconee Memorial Park The body is at Seneca Mortuary where the fomily will receive friends from 7 to 9 pm Tuesday and will be placed In the church at 1 pm Wednesday The fomily is at foe home Flowers are optional if preferred memorials may he made to Seneca Baptist Church 201 Fairplay St Seneca SC 29678 Michael Simmons Michael Dewitte Simmons 42 of 634 Railroad St Anderson died Sunday August 29 1993 at Anderson Area Medical Center He was bom In Ocilla Ga Surviving are his mother Juanita Brown Simmons of Ocilla Ga a son Michael Simmons sisters Debris Venson ofAnderson Betty Mike of Lake Alfred Fla Fredora Thejunia and Tina Tamar Simmons of Ocilla and brothers Theodis Stewart Newark NJ and Karlas Simmons of Augusta Ga Funeral services are incomplete and will be announced by Johnson Funeral Home Karey Young WESTMINSTER SCL Stephen Karey Young 32 of 101 Sarah Drive died Sunday August 29 1993 in Cherokee NC Born in Oconee County he was a carpenter for Crenshaw Builders and attended foe Church of God Surviving are his widow Pat Hodges of the home parents Basil Aldine and Sandra Ramona Young Bibb of Westminster son Shannon Young of Westminster step-daughters Sondra Lin Bowman of Alliance Ohio and Wynettia Ann Blais of Miami Fla and a brother Mike Bibb of Westminster He was preceded in death by his grandparents the Rev WA and Mabel Young and Eulalia Young Parker Services are at 3 pm Tuesday it Sandifer Funeral Home chapel Westminster by the Rev Patrick Williams burial wifi be In West View cemetery in Walhalla The In Loving Memory And Happy Birthday Mother Eula Branton Bndbeny Aug 31 Your gentle face and patient unde with sadness I recall You had a kindly ward tor each And died Moved by all The voice it mute and ttilled the heart That loved me well and true Ah bitter was the trial to part From one to good aa you You are not forgotten loved one Nor will you ever be A long as life and memory but I will remember thee I mitt you now My heart is tore As time goes by I min you more Your loving imlle your gentle feet No one can fill your vacant place Love You Daughter Barbara Bradberrv Fendlev Yount Mary Grant Aimar WALHALLA SC Mary Belle Grant Aimar 88 wife of the late John Bellinger Aimar of 403 Holloway Street died Sunday August 29 1993 at Pinnacle Care of Seneca Bom in Walhalla Mrs Aimar was foe daughter of the late John Whitmire and Arlecia Sanders Grant she was a home-' mater and a member of the University City United Methodist Church in Charlotte NC She was a gold Star Mother and a Lifetime member of the Society of Christian Service Survivors are two daughters Cornelia A Smith Walhalla SC Frances Marshall Allee Louisville KY six grandchildren Stephen Smith Walhalla SC Dale A Smith Walhalla SC Aiison Patrick Summerville SC Sandra McAteer Plano TX Janice Beatty McAlester OK John Marshall Louisville KY eleven peat grandchildren James Christie and Whitney McAteer Meredith Beatty Candace Marshall Justin and Zachary Smith Ityan Jenna Kayla and Lindsey Patrick She was preceded in death by a son John Aimar Jr Funeral services will be held at 11:00 am Tuesday August 31 1993 at the Davenport Funeral Home with the Reverend James Mizell officiating The family will receive friends at the funeral home Monday night from 7-9pm After local services the body will be taken to the McEwen Funeral Home 727 Morehead Charlotte NC where the family will receive friends Tuesday night from 7-9pm Graveside services will be held at 1:00 pm Wednesday September 1 1993 at Sharon Memorial Park in Charlotte with the Rev Bruce Jones officiating The family will be at the home at 403 Holloway Street Walhalla Davenport Funeral Home is in charge of arrangements ville SC 29615 Childs Stephen Dean 29 of 117 Holder Street ere at 11 am Tuesday in the Chapel of Dillard Memorial Funeral Home by Reverend Fred Sanford Inter ment win follow at Hillcrest Memorial Park and Gardens The family is at the home of his parents Dean and Mazy Childs 807 Gravely Raul Pickens Cordell William 72 of 205 Fabians Drive Anderson graveside services are at 2 pm Tuesday at Forest Lawn Memorial Park by Dr Wendell Bannister The body is at McDougald Funeral Home The family la at the home and requests that in lieu of flowers memorials be made to Orville Baptist Church 42 Hammett Street Anderson SC 29621 Lawson Christopher Lee Infont ion of Christopher Lawson and Cindy Lea Childs of 153 Sea wright Drive graveside services are at 11 am in Blue Ridge View Baptist Church etery by the Rev Clarence Howard The body ia at Robinson Funeral Home The fomily is at toe home of Butch and Judy Lawson 173 Seawright Drive Easley Mattox Flank St of 409 Rosa Street Hartwell are at 2 pjn Tuesday at Maple Spring Baptist Church by the Rev Alvin Scott burial in the church cemetery The body is at Mack's Funeral Home Hartwell and will be placed in the church at 1 pm Tuesday The fomily i at the home of a daughter Ida Hailey 409 Rose St HartwdL Rice Mark Berry 27 of Route 1 Bn S3 Colbert will be too Tuesday at the Hartwell Pentecostal Holiness Church by the Revs Lawrence Johnson and Gty Lemmons barfed wi2 be in the Sardis Baptist Church cemetery The fomily is at the rendence of Mri Mr Delano Uwgins corner of 5th and 6th street Colbert Brown's Funeral Home DenwbviUa ia in charge af arrange-.

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