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Ga. Edition Mary Beckwith ABBEVILLE Mary Simpson Beckwith, 85, of 805 N. Main wife of John G. Beckwith died Sept. 28.

1988, at Abbeville County Memorial Hospital. Born in Anderson County, she was a daughter of the late Wayman A. and Ada Fisher Simpson. She was a member of Trinity Episcopal Church. Surviving are widower; sons, John G.

Beckwith Jr. and Broadus A. Beckwith of Abbeville; daughter, Mrs. Loretta B. Dito of Pasadena, sisters, Mrs.

Lucy Wall of Charleston and Mrs. Annie L. Clardy of Williamson; brothers, Woodrow Simpson of Clemson. Samuel and Robert Simpson of Belton and Watkins Simpson of Greenville; four grandchildren; three greatServices at 11 a.m. Friday at Trinity Episcopal Church by Rev.

Thomas Hudson. Burial in Forest Lawn Memory Gardens. The body is at Harris Funeral Home where the family will receive friends from 7 to 9 p.m. Thursday. The family is at the home.

Maude Moss BELTON Mrs. Maude Hawthorn Moss, 88, of 749 Anderson Street, widow of Rev. Charles H. Moss, died Sept. 28, 1988 at her home.

Born in Abbeville County, she was a daughter of the late John Thomas and Pearle Fant Hawthorn. She was a graduate of Winthrop College, class of 1920, was a former S.C. school teacher, a homemaker, a member of the United Daughters of The Confederacy, a member of the Belton First Baptist Church and the Philaphea Sunday School Class of the church where she was teacher for seventen years. Surviving are sons, Judson Moss of Rome, Ga. and William Moss of Boone, N.C.; brother; George Hawthorn of Abbeville; sister, Mrs.

E. L. Burton of Abbeville; five grandchildren. Services at 4 p.m. Thursday from Cox Funeral Home chapel by Rev.

Terry Wilson. Graveside services at 2 p.m. Friday from the Palmetto Cemetery in Brunswick Ga. by Rev. Paul Lewis.

The body is at the Cox Funeral Home where the family will receive friends 3 until 4 pm Thursday. The family is at the home. Mrs. Dessie Chastain HARTWELL, Ga. Mrs.

Dessie Fleming Chastain, 91, widow of Willis Chastain, died Sept. 27, 1988 at Anderson Memorial Hospital. Born in Hart County, she was a daughter of Michael T. and Lilly Sanders Fleming. She was a homemaker and a member of Sardis Baptist Church.

Surviving are daughters, Mrs. Marion Vickery of Hartwell, Mrs. Gerold Ballew of Greenville; Mrs. Ver-non Kay of Hartwell; sisters, Mrs. Dollie Schultz of Hartwell, Mrs.

S. E. Hiatt of Thomasville, N.C. and Mrs. Elease Mouchet of Toccoa; nine grandchildren; 16 great grandchildren; four great grandchildren.

Services at 3 p.m. Thursday at Hallman Funeral Home chapel by Dr. Raymond Wilson and the Rev. Bob Bradberry. Burial in Nancy Hart Memorial Park.

The body is at the funeral home. The family is at the home of her daughter, Mrs. Marion Vickery, 617 Benson Hartwell. In lieu of flowers, memorials may be made to Sardis Baptist Church building fund, Route 3, Highway 29 North, Hartwell, Ga. 30643.

Holcomb, Carl Ernest, 86, of 1339 Old Highway 29, Hartwell, widower of Virginia June Davis Holcomb, at 2 p.m. Saturday at Nancy Hart Memorial Park by the Rev. Tim Green. The body is at Hallman Funeral Home. The family is at the home.

Pickens, Thelma Gillespie, 71, of No. 1 Colony North Apartments, Greenville, wife of A. Roy Pickens, at 2 p.m. Thursday at Pendleton Street Baptist Church. Burial in Six and Twenty Baptist Church cemetery, Anderson County.

The body is The Mackey Mortuary. The family is at the home. In lieu of flowers, memorials may be made to the Pendleton Street Baptist Church Building Fund, 422 Pendleton Street, Greenville, S.C. 29601. Buck Howard Dalrymple, of 111 Sweet Briar Road, husband of Ruth Pearson Buck, at 11 a.m.

Thursday at Grace Episcopal Church by the Rev. Robert E. Burgreen. Entombment will be in Forest Lawn Memorial Park Mausoleum. The body is at The McDougald I Funeral Home.

The family is at the home. Fleming, Mrs. Agnes Owen, 83, of 651 Rhodes Drive, Elberton, wife of W. S. Fleming, at 2 p.m.

Thursday at the Bethlehem United Methodist Church by the Rev. Russell Repetske. Burial will be in the Church cemetery. The body is at the Hicks Funeral Home and will be placed in the church at 1 p.m. Thursday.

The family is at the home of Mr. Mrs. Chester Rice, Rte. 4, the Ricetown community and also at the home of Mr. Mrs.

James Drake, Rte. 2, Carlton. McDaniel, Mittie Taylor, 93, of Lawrence Nursing Home, widow of Ervin Taylor, at 3 p.m. Thursday at Goldenview, Fountain Inn, by Rev. Sylvester Golden.

Burial in the church cemetery. The body is at Taylor Funeral Home, Ware Shoals. The family is at the home of Martha Allen. 696 Pleasantview Gray Court. Anderson Independent-Mail, Thursday, September 29, 1988 7D Kathleen Hall HONEA PATH Kathleen Paige Hall, 74, of 9 Morris widow of James Reid Hall, died Sept.

28,1988 at Anderson Health Care Center. Born in Anderson County she was a daughter of the late Jody and Addie McCuen Paige. She was a member of Austin Road Baptist Church and was retired from Honea Path Shirtmakers. Surviving are daughters, Mrs. Jack (Ann) Bond of Anderson, Mrs.

Bonner (Betty) Johnson and Mrs. Billy (Peggy) Davis of Honea Path; brother, John Paige of Greenville; sisters; Mrs. Ruby Poore of Honea Path and Mrs. Corrine Sprouse of Greenville; five grandchildren; six great-grandchildren. Services at 11 a.m.

Friday at Pruitt Funeral Home by Revs. Norton Craig and James Dyar. Burial in the Garden of Memories. The body is at Pruitt Funeral Home where the family will receive friends from 7 to 9 p.m. Thursday.

The family is at the home of a daughter, Mrs. Betty Johnson, 401 Harper Honea Path. Howard Buck Jr. Howard Dalrymple Buck Jr. of 111 Sweet Briar Road, husband of Ruth Pearson Buck, died Sept.

27, 1988 at the Anderson Memorial Hospital. Born in Washington, D.C., he was a son of the late Howard D. Sr. and Elizabeth Cooper Buck. He was a former employee of Sears Roebuck and Company, a U.S.

Army World War II veteran and a member of Grace Episcopal Church. Surviving are widow; daughter, Mrs. Richard (Linda) Vandiver of Columbia; brother, G. Buck of Carmel, four grandchildren. Services at 11 a.m.

Thursday at Grace Episcopal Church by the Rev. Robert E. Burgreen. Entombment will be in Forest Lawn Memorial Park Mausoleum. The body i is at The McDougald Funeral Home.

The family is at the home. Memorials may be made to Grace Episcopal Church, 711 S. McDuffie Anderson, 29621 or The American Cancer Society, Anderson County Unit, 210 N. McDuffie Anderson, 29621. Fannie Scotland Fannie Pearl Dawson Scotland, 89, of 515 Valentine Anderson, widow of James Edward Scotland, died Sept.

24, 1988, at Anderson Memorial Hospital. Born in Abbeville County, she was a daughter of the late Middleton and Amanda Dawson. Surviving are daughters, Mrs. Helen Leverette and Mrs. Evelyn Lake of Gary, Mrs.

Magnolia Knight of Detroit, Mrs. Beatrice Calhoun, Mrs. Jeraldine Scott, Mrs. Shirley Heard and Mrs. Jenevie Potts of Anderson; sons, J.T.

Scotland of Detroit, Milton Scotland of Watkinsville, Randall Scotland of Athens, S.E. Scotland and James Scotland of Anderson and Clotell Scotland of Iva; sister, Mrs. Georgia Norris of Anderson; 68 grandchildren; 124 great-grandchildren. Services at 3 p.m. Friday at Wilson Creek II Baptist Church by Revs.

Joseph Cardwell, Bobby Lee and Michael Scotland. Burial in the church cemetery. The body is at Johnson Funeral Home and will be placed in the church at 2 p.m. The family is at the home. Junie Foster SENECA Junie Owen Foster, 79, of 1 Brown widow of Glen Eugene Foster, died Sept.

28, 1988 at Oconee Memorial Hospital. Born in Oconee County, she was a daughter of the late Clarence S. and Romella Baldwin Owen. She was a retired employee of J.P. Stevens and was a methodist.

Surviving are sons, Russell Moore of Rock, and Wells Foster of Williamston: daughter, Edna Land of Seneca; sisters, Jessie Pruitt, Myrtle Jones, and Eula Bramlett of Seneca; eight grandchildren; five greatgrandchildren. Services at 2 p.m. Saturday at Seneca Mortuary chapel by Rev. Dennis Smith. Burial in Hopewell Baptist Church cemetery.

The body is at the funeral home where the family will receive friends from 7 to 9 p.m. Friday. The family is at the home. Pearl Langford Mrs. Pearl Irene Wilhite Langford, 75, of 3609 Cornell WinstonSalem, N.C., wife of Richard Langford, died Sept.

27, 1988, in the Forsyth Memorial Hospital, WinstonSalem. Born in Elbert County, she was a daughter of the late Arthur W. and Georgia Almond Wilhite. She was a retired inspector for Western Electric and was a member of the Connoak Hills Morovian Church in Winston Surviving are widower; sisters, Mrs. John E.

(Ellen) Daniel and Mrs. Will (Georgia) Oglesby Elberton. Memorial service at 3 P.M. Friday at Doves Creek Baptist Church cemetery, Elberton, Ga. by Dr.

Marshall Tribble. In lieu of flowers, memorials may be made to the Connoak Hills Morovian Church Building Fund, 3401 Connoak Winston-Salem, N. C. 27107 Hicks Funeral Home, Elberton, is in charge of arrangements. Brawley denies lying about rape Mrs.

Myra Conwell ATLANTA Mrs. Myra Robert Conwell, 84. of 350 Boulevard, S.E.., Atlanta, widow of Omer Frank Conwell, died 1 Sept. 27, 1988, in the Nursing Home in Atlanta. Born in in Elbert County, she was a daughter of the late John W.

and Nora Turner Roberts. She was a homemaker and was a member of the Bowman -Baptist Church. Surviving are son, Frank Conwell of Washington, D.C.; daughter, Mrs. Leon (Betty) Jordan of Chattanooga, brothers, Hugh Roberts of Atlanta and Joe Roberts of Tampa, sister, Mrs. Mildred Bonner of Dearing, 10 grandchildren; 16 great-grandchildren.

Services at 2 p.m. Friday at the Funeral Home chapel by Rev. Fred L. Jones. Burial i in the Holly -Springs Baptist Church cemetery at Bowman.

The body is at the funeral home where the family will receive friends from 7 to 9 p.m. Thursday. Maude Christian ELBERTON Mrs. Maude Rhodes Christian, 78, of Elberton, widow of Judge Christian, died Sept. 28, 1988, in the Elbert Memorial Hos- pital.

Born in Elbert County, she was a daughter of the late Robert Lee and Mollie Bone Rhodes. She was a homemaker and a member of the Deep Creek Baptist Church. are Hartwell; brother, sisters, Larry Mrs. T. Pauline Bradshaw and Mrs.

Annie Grimes of Elberton and Mrs. Sammie Johnson of Gastonia, N. C. Services at I1 A.M. Friday at the Hicks Funeral Home chapel.

by Rev. Robert Kidd. Burial in the Deep Creek Baptist Church cemetery. The body is at Hicks Funeral Home where the family will receive friends -from 7 to 9 p.m. Thursday.

Mary Humphries PIEDMONT Mary Dyer Humphries, 89, of Westside Health Care, Greenville, formerly of Piedmont, widow of Joseph I. Humphries, died Sept. 28, 1988, at her home. Born in Union County, she was a daughter of the late John L. and Sarah Craig Dyer.

She was a homemaker and a member of Piedmont Pentecostal Holiness Church. She was the last surviving member of her immediate family. Surviving are five grandchildren. Services at 2 p.m. Friday at Pentecostal Holiness Church by Revs.

Ray Buchanan and Walter Hale. Burial in Rose Hill cemetery. The body is at Gray Mortuary, Pelzer, where the family will receive friends from 7 to 8 p.m. Thursday. body will be placed in the church -at 1:30 p.m.

Friday. Cash Lane THOMSON, Ga. Mary Cash 96, of Thomson, formerly Cornelia, widow of Lester Lane, died Sept. 27, 1988, at McDuffie County Hospital. Born in Banks County.

She was a homemaker and a Christian. Surviving are a number of nieces and nephews. Services at 2 p.m. Friday at McGahee-Griffin Funeral Home chapel, Cornelia, by Rev. Richard Scoggins.

Burial in Harmony cemetery. The body is at the funeral home -where the family will receive friends from 7 to 9 p.m. Thursday. Services Poindexter, Helen Matilda Clink- scales, 77, of 403 Bowen widow of Albert L. Poindexter, at 3 p.m.

Thursday at Central Baptist Church by the Revs. David Stevenson and John Chapman. Burial in Flat Rock Church cemetery. The body is at Woodlawn Funeral Home and will be placed in the church at 2:30 p.m. Thursday.

The family is at the home and at the home of a daughter, Mrs. Louise Newby, Washington Iva. Flowers are be omitted. Donations may be made to Central Baptist Church, Anderson, or to Good Hope Presbyterian Church, Iva. Biggers, Fred David, 68, of 255 Central Heights Drive, Concord, N.C., widower of Pink Garmon Biggers, at 2.0 p.m.

Thursday at Hartfell Funeral Home chapel by the Rev. Senton Jones. Burial in Carolina Memorial Park, Concord. The body is at the funeral home. Manley, Mrs.

Mary Abi Bryant, 90, of Skyview Lane, Toccoa, widow of Gilmore Sims Manley, at 11 a.m. Thursday at Acre Funeral Home, Hillerest chapel, by the Rev. Claude Smithmier. Burial in Toccoa cemetery. The body is at the funeral home.

family is at the home of Mr. Mrs. Tom Wells, 162 Pine Valley Drive. Mann, John 67, of Clemson, widower of Mann, memorial service at 6 p.m. Friday at Duckett Funeral Home, Clemson chapel.

In lieu of flowers memorials may be made to American Heart Association. Abella, Benito Sto. Domingo, 68, of 1639 Manse Jolly Road, husband of Rita Ramos Abella, at 11 a.m. Thursday at St. Catholic Church by Father Robert Millard.

Burial will be in Oaklawn Memorial Gardens, Anderson. The bodvis at The McDougald Funeral Home. The family will be at the home. By Daniel J. Wakin The Associated Press NEWARK, N.J.

A black teenager who alleged she was kidnapped and raped by a gang of whites but refused to cooperate with prosecutors denied Wednesday that she fabricated her story as a grand jury reportedly concluded. "I have not deceived my advisers. my family and most of all, my people." Tawana Brawley said at a news conference. "I am not a liar and I am not crazy. I just want justice," she said, reading Freddie Bowman LAVONIA, Ga.

Freddie C. Bowman, 22, of Route 2, Box 459, died Sept. 25, 1988, at Cobb Memorial Hospital. Born in Hart County, he was a son of Ester Mae Bowman Pittman of Lavonia and the late Ulyses Smith. He was a machinist and a member of New Hope Baptist Church, Lavonia.

Surviving are mother; stepfather, James Pittman of Lavonia; maternal grandparents, Fred Jr. and Victoria Bowman of Lavonia; stepgrandmother, Mrs. Rose Lee Pittman of Toccoa; sisters, Ms. Ester Victoria of Toccoa, Ms. Lexie Marie Raton of Lavonia, Ms.

Rosa Lee Pittman of Hartwell. Services at 3 p.m. Thursday at New Hope Baptist Church by the Revs. E.D. Stephenson and Elbert Morrison.

Burial in the church cemetery. The body is at Phelps Brothers Funeral Home, Elberton, and will be placed in the church at 2 p.m. Thursday. The family is at the home. Clarence Julian EASLEY Clarence Edward Julian, 78, of Easley Restorium, died Sept.

27, 1988, at Baptist Medical Center. Born in Pickens County, he was a son of the late Columbus Arthur and Sallie Robinson Julian. He was a retired farmer and a member of Zion United Methodist Church. Surviving are sisters, Mrs. Truman (Essie Mae) Black of Easley and Mrs.

Miles (Clovie) Boggs of Pickens. Services at 3 p.m. Thursday at Robinson Funeral Home chapel by Revs. David Turner and Grady Tollison. Burial in Cross Roads Baptist Church cemetery.

The body is at the funeral home. The family is at the home of a sister, Mrs. Truman Black, Rt. 1, Zion Church Easley. Joseph Jennings CHARLESTON Joseph J.

Jennings, 79, of 1830 Belgrade husband of Bessie E. Jennings, died Sept. 27, 1988, at his home. Born in Givhens, he was a son of the late Augustus Jennings and Mammie Woodard Jennings. He was a retired truck driver with the St.

Andrews Service Commission and a member of First Baptist Church of St. Andrews Parish. Surviving are widow; daughters, Judy E. Talbott of Mt. Pleasant, Barbara A.

Headrick of Walland, Tenn. and Betty L. Bratcher of Belton; sisters, Sue Singletary of Summerville, Nettie Tumbleston of Yons Island and Ruby McLean of Ravannelle; seven grandchildren; four greatgrandhcildren. Services at 1 p.m. Thursday in Sturh's Downtown chapel.

Burial in Live Oaks Memorial Garden, Charleston. The body is at the funeral home. Flowers will be accepted or memorials may be made to Hospice P.O. Box 1125, Charleston, S.C. 29402.

Arthur Morris DEWEY ROSE, Ga. Arthur William Morris, 81, of Route 1, Newburg community, husband of Flora Mae Sanders Morris, died Sept. 28, 1988, at his home. Born in Elbert County, he was a son of the late Carey Whitfield and Sally Thomlinson Morris. He was a retired carpenter, a member of Bethesda United Methodist Church, the Woodmen of the World and a Mason.

Surviving are widow; daughter, Mrs. Dorothy Jo Armour of Atlanta; sisters, Mrs. Pauline Bond of Elberton, Mrs. Coy Booth of Fortsonia; three grandchildren; 10 greatgrandchildren. Services at 3 p.m.

Friday at Strickland Funeral Home chapel by the Revs. Al Key and Jim McDougald. Burial in Concord United Methodist Church cemetery. The body is at Strickland Funeral Home, where the family will receive friends from 7 to 9. p.m.

Thursday. The family is at the home. Leffe Clinkscales BELTON Leffe Clinkscales, 64, of 211 E. Union died Sept. 27, 1988, at Anderson Memorial Hospital.

Born in Anderson County, he was a son of Beulah Richardson Clinkscales of Belton and the late Sylvester Clinkscales. He was a member of Pleasant Hill Baptist Church. Funeral arrangements will be announced by Holloway Funeral Home. The body is at the funeral home. The family is at the home of his mother, Mrs.

Beulah Richardson Clinkscales, 910 Anderson Belton. from a statement. She said she would talk to an impartial grand jury or a congressional committee, but she refused to answer questions. Miss Brawley, now 16, was found Nov. 28 in her hometown of Wappingers Falls, N.Y., smeared with dog feces, seemingly dazed and with racial slurs scrawled on her body.

But evidence presented to the grand jury led it to conclude that Miss Brawley was not abducted Nov. 24 as she claimed, but stayed at least part of the time in a nearby vacant apartment her family had previously rented. The New York Times reported Tuesday. For weeks after she was found, Miss Brawley misled doctors, social workers, the police and others with medical complaints and false accounts of sexual abuse to cover up her actions, the newspaper's account of grand jury reports said. Miss Brawley and her mother, Glenda, refused to testify before the grand jury.

A contempt citation was lodged against Mrs. Brawley, but she avoided arrest and prosecution by living in a church and then moving with her family out of New York state. Miss Brawley's advisers- the Rev. Al Sharpton and lawyers Alton Maddox and C. Vernon Mason continued to stick by her story Wednesday and said that it was the grand jury, not they, who were misleading the public.

They accused New York state Attorney General Robert Abrams and Gov. Mario Cuomo of illegally leaking the grand jury findings to the Times and repeated their complaints that New York's legal system was corrupt and racist. The advisers threatened protests and civil disobedience by black supporters. "I want to get out there and create some ruckus," Maddox said during an interview program broadcast on WLIB, a black-oriented radio station in New York City. "We will turn this city upside down." At the news conference in Newark, Sharpton said the grand jury and the media "underestimated us.

You thought we'd break down. but we have just begun to He challenged the grand jury and the Times to "give us one name of one witness that can establish that this was a hoax." Miss Brawley was accompanied by her mother at the news conference, which was held in Newark because Glenda Brawley could be arrested if she enters New York state. The grand jury investigative summaries described in the Times present the case that Miss Brawley was not kidnapped and raped, but fabricated the tale, possibly because she feared punishment from her mother's boyfriend for staying out late. Drugs and her relationships with shady characters also may have played a role in her disappearance. The grand jury, which was directed by Abrams, special prosecutor in the case, will issue no indictments, the Times reported.

The panel is not permitted to criticize ordinary citizens it does not indict. The panel's report, however, is to be made public within weeks. FAA finds 200 violations among commuter airlines By Rachel Swarns Knight-Ridder News Service WASHINGTON A special Federal Aviation Administration task force has found 200 violations of air safety regulations during an inspection of 34 commuter airlines, including several instances of falsification of records, an FAA official told Congress on Wednesday. As a result of the inspection, one carrier has been threatened with revocation of its license for a "breakdown in one of the safety systems," said John Kern, the FAA acting deputy for regulations and certification. He refused to identify the airline.

In testimony before the House Public Works investigations and oversight subcommittee, Kern said the commuter airline industry, which carried about 27 million passengers last year, is "less safe" than it should be. By Billy Graham Dear Dr. Graham: School has just started for my two children, and I'm wondering how you think parents should respond to sex education in our schools. It's a fact in our school system, but we wonder whether they will really teach that subject the way it should be taught. I know this is a controversial area, but since we already have sex education in our schools what should we be saying to our children? Mrs.

L.J. DEAR MRS. L.J.: It's vitally important that you not leave this subject solely in the hands of your school or anyone else. Since you say sex education is a fact in your school, your children will be learning many things about sex. But what won't they learn? Unless your school is a rare exception, they will not learn that sex is a gift from God.

and that he has told us that the act of sexual union is to be restricted to marriage and therefore sex outside of marriage is wrong. They won't learn that true love is far, far deeper than sex alone, and that marriage based only on sexual attraction will almost certainly not last. They won't learn that marriage in God's eyes is to be a lifelong commitment of husband and wife to each other, and that they must be faithful to each other. "Marriage should be honored by all, and the marriage bed kept pure, for God will judge the adulterer and all the sexually immoral." (Hebrews 13:4) Where will they learn these things? They will learn them from you from your example and from your teaching. If your children are enrolled in a sex education class, take the opportunity to teach them what the Bible says about this gift God has given us.

More than that, urge them to keep their lives pure, and to turn to Christ for the strength and moral purity they need as they face the pressures of our world. Readers' questions and comments are welcome and should be sent to Billy Graham in care of the Anderson Independent-Mail, P.O. Box 2507. Anderson, S.C. 29622.

Questions cannot be answered personally. Kern called the findings that records were falsified "disappointing," but said the overall findings of the inspection were not surprising. He declined to identify the airlines inspected, but said they provided a representative "snapshot of the health of the industry." Two more airlines will be inspected within the next week. "We think our inspection efforts, along with regulatory and other changes, will go a long way toward identifying and remedying safety deficiencies in the commuter industry," Kern said. The special year-long study, announced last March, followed a sharp increase in commuter plane accidents and fatalities in 1987.

The 33 accidents and 58 deaths reported last year were more than double the number reported in 1986, and the highest level since 1980. Kern attributed the problems to rapid expansion in the industry, which is serving increasing numbers of small cities as larger airlines abandon them in favor of "hub" airports. He said passenger traffic has increased 11.2 percent a year since 1980, from 12.9 million to 27.2 million passengers. Commuter airlines grew from "mom and pop" shops to "large complex operations" and lacked the management skills to handle the growth, Kern said. Many of the airlines are characterized by "inadequate, poor or nonexistent management procedures," he said.

Inspection and maintenance programs suffered, especially when carriers bought new aircraft that were unfamiliar to management and ground employees. Inspections often failed to meet manufacturers' recommendations, cover all equipment installed on board or maintain adequate records, the study indicated. Of the 200 violations cited. Kern reported 15 cases of falsified records and other maintenance and organizational problems. The violations will be reviewed before penalties are designated, but the FAA expects "more rather than less of them to result in a fine." said Dan Beaudette, FAA deputy director of the Office of Flight Standards.

in Loving Memory of O.B. Carter Nov. 23, 1928 Sept. 29, 1968 To some you may be forgotten to others a pert of the past. Yo us who love you and lost you, your memory will always last.

Love, The Family Card Of Thanks The family of Randall Hayes acknowledge with grateful appreciation and your kind expression of sympathy. Katherine M. Hayes.

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