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1 Anderson Independent, July 26, 1976 deaths and funerals Roy Mewbourne GREENWOOD- -Roy Denver Mewbourne, 79, died early Sunday at Self Memorial Hospital after a short illness. A native of Elberton, he was a son of the late Moses and Janie Croft Mewbourne. tore the was a city of retired Greenwood, policeman member of Fraser Presbyterian Church and Williamson Masonic Lodge 24. His wife, Clara Dunlap Mewbourne, died in 1959. Surviving are daughters, Mrs.

G.E. (Annabel) Dickard of Clemson, Mrs. Clint (Sara Jane) Martin of Williamston, Mrs. F.R. (Mildred) Simmons of Greenwood, Mrs.

W.B. (Lutherene) Stewart of Ninety Six; sisters, Mrs. Naomi Thornton and Mrs. Janelle Brown of Atlanta, Mrs. Fannie Mae Cox and Mrs.

Corine Jamison of Columbus, brothers, Lloyd Mewbourne of Columbus, Ga. and Hafford Mewbourne of Beach, 11 grandchildren; 18 greatgrandchildren. Services at 3 p.m. Monday at Harley Funeral Home chapel by the Revs. Rudolph H.

Chasteen and David Spivey. Burial in Eastview Cemetery in Honea Path. The body is at the funeral home, the family at the homes' of daughters, Mrs. Mildred Simmons, North Cedar Drive: in Greenwood and Mrs. W.B..

Stewart, 84 Saluda St. in Ninety' Six. Mamie Clark PELZER-Mamie Davis Tollett Clark, 84, of Rt. 3, Old Hundred Community, died Saturday. A native of Greenville County, she was a daughter of the late W.A.

and Cora Bagwell Davis. She was the widow of R. Verner Clark and a member of Pelzer Church of God. Surviving are daughters, Mrs. Nancy T.

Davis, Mrs. Nellie T. Cole and Mrs. Clovis Ross of Pelzer; sisters, Mrs. Cora Parker of Greenville, Mrs.

Nora Lollis of Pelzer, Mrs. Katie Tollison of Williamston; brother, Bob Davis of Pelzer; nine grandchildren: 16 greatgrandchildren; two greatgreat Services at 3 p.m. Tuesday at Pelzer Church of God. Burial in Greenville Memorial Gardens. The body is at the home of a daughter, Mrs.

Clovis Ross, Rt. 3, Pelzer. The body will be placed in the church at 2 p.m. Tuesday. Gray Mortuary is in charge of arrangements.

William Dawson ABBEVILLE -William Leslie Dawson, 66, of Rt. 4, died Sunday afternoon. Born in Abbeville, he was a son of the late William L. and Ludie Rosenberg Dawson. He was veteran of World War II and a member of Long Cane Presbyterian Church.

Surviving are brother, Frank Dawson of Abbeville; sister, Miss Florence Dawson of Abbeville. Services at 2 p.m. Tuesday at Harris Funeral Home by the Rev. Palmer Patterson. Burial in Upper Long Cane Cemetery.

The family is at the home of Frank Dawson, Rt. 4, Abbeville, and will receive friends at the funeral home from 7-9 p.m. Monday. Services Clardy Services PELZER- Services for Mrs. Janie Lou Clardy, 65, will be at 4 p.m.

Monday at White Plains Baptist Church. Burial in the church cemetery. Gray Mortuary is in charge of arrangements. Whitmire Services ELBERTON. Ga.

Services for Mrs. Tishie Vickery Whitmire, 77, will be at 3 p.m. Monday at Bowman Baptist Church by the Rev. Michael Eberhardt. Burial in Hillcrest Cemetery in Bowman.

Martin Funeral Home is in charge of arrangements. Baker Services co*ckEYSVILLE. Md.Services at 11 a.m. Monday at St. Paul's Episcopal Chapel, Point of the Rocks, Md.

Burial in the church cemetery. CookBrooks Funeral Home, Towson, is in charge of arrangements. Davis Services Davis Services WILLIAMSTON- Services Omie Davis, 73, will be Monday at Pelzer Baptist Church. Burial in Pelzer Cemetery. Gray is in charge of Cobb Services Cobb Services for Miss at 2 p.m.

First Old Mortuary arrangements. Services for Mrs. Ellen Smith Cobb. 83. will be at 5 p.m.

Monday at McDougald's South Chapel by the Rev. Douglas Martin, Dr. Lewis E. Greene and Layman Ray Martin. Burial in Belton City Cemetery, Miss.

Delegates Neutral By The Associated Press The New South figured prominently in the workings of both the Republican and Democratic presidential campaigns on Sunday. Mississippi's 30-vote Republican delegation decided to remain uncommitted until the national convention next month, despite intensive lobbying efforts by supporters both President Ford and challenger Ronald Reagan. The Mississippi delegatesthe only full delegation which has not indicated a preference also voted to cast its 30 votes as a bloc for one candidate. There was no clear indication which man they would choose. Both camps have claimed strong support.

Nationally, Ford has 1,096 delegates and Reagan has 024, according to a survey by The Associated Press. It takes 1,130 to win the nomination. There are 138 uncommitted delegates. Both Ford and Reagan have claimed they have enough votes to win the nomination. Meanwhile, Reagan planned to make "a major campaign statement" Monday, his aides said, but none of them would discuss the subject.

However, one aide said it would be "a positive statement" for the campaign. Fire Losses In S.C. Decrease COLUMBIA (AP)-Forest fire losses across South Carolina were held down during June due to rainfall averaging 3.52 inches above normal. Asst. State Forester John Shirer said only 52 fires burned 146 acres during the month.

Despite the good month, the fiscal year proved to be the worst forest fire year since 1967-68 when 103,431 acres were burned. Horry County had the most acres burned with a 33,627 acre total during the fiscal year. Shirer said that during the past 12 months, a record total of 8,899 wildfires burned 75,185 acres of woodland. "This is the greatest number of wildfires occurring in a fiscal year since we began keeping records," he said. Four Die In S.C.

Accidents By The Associated Press Four persons have been killed on South Carolina highways so far this weekend, according to the State Highway Patrol. James Edward Stogner, 18, of Lancaster, S.C., was killed about 12:01 a.m. Sunday when the car in which he was riding struck another outside Lancaster in Lancaster County. John Clarence Ware, Augusta, was killed Saturday evening when his car left the road and sunk in a pond in Aiken County. Brannan Griner, 10, of North Augusta, S.C., was also killed Saturday evening when the motorbike he was riding was struck by a car near Belvedere, S.C.

Thelma Jenkins Evans, 46, of Orangeburg, S.C., was killed about 4:10 a.m. Sunday when the car in which she was riding hit a tree on I-26 in Orangeburg County. The Associated Press counts weekend highway fatalities from 6 p.m. Friday to midnight Sunday. Democrats Set Filing Dates COLUMBIA (AP)-State Democratic Chairman Donald Fowler says the state Democratic executive committee has ordered the filing period for vacancies in the Democratic slate shall open Monday and cloase at noon, August 9th.

The election of new judges resulted in vacancies in Senate district four, seat one (Spartanburg), Senate district 1, seat 3, (Abbeville, Anderson, Oconee and Pickens) and House districts 13 (Greenwood) and 70 (Sumter.) Fowler said the special primary for these seats has been set for Aug. 31. If a runoff is necessary, it will be held Sept. 14. Candidates wishing to run for the vacant General Assembly seats, should file with their county Democratic chairma.

NEWS VIEWS BUSINESS INDUSTRY ADVERTIsem*nT ADVERTIsem*nT Mrs. J.B. Powell Grace B. Powell, 67, of 513 Whitehall died at Anderson Memorial Hospital Saturday after an extended illness. Born in Stephens County, she was a daughter of the late J.H.

and Etta Bloodworth. She was an Anderson resident for six years. She was a member of First Baptist Surviving are husband, J.B. Powell; son, James H. Powell of Snellville, brother, Glenn M.

Bloodworth of York, S.C.; sisters, Mrs. Bessie Smith and Mrs. Olivia Grogan of Westminster, Mrs. Bertie, Greenville, Mrs. Inez Bright of Charlotte, N.C., Mrs.

Lura Dickson of Anderson; one grandchild. Services at 11 a.m. Monday at Woodlawn Funeral Home by the Rev. James Crocker and Dr. James P.

Craine. Burial in Woodlawn Memorial Park in Greenville. The body is at the funeral home and the family is at the residence, 513 Whitehall. The family requests that flowers be omitted. Memorials may be made to the cancer society.

Mrs. Lazelle Pratt GREENVILLE-Mrs. Lazelle Elliott Pratt, 83, formerly of 17 Watson widow of Livy Eugene Pratt, died in a Greenville nursing center. Born in Anderson County, she was a daughter of the late James Allen and Fannie Hayes Elliott. She was formerly of Abbeville and had lived in Greenville for the past 30 years.

She was a member of Pendleton Street Baptist Church. Surviving are sons, Robert E. Pratt Columbia and William E. Pratt of Greenville; sister, Mrs. Gordon Fisher of Greenwood; brother, James V.

Elliott of Greenville; two grandchildren. Services at 11 a.m. Monday at Mackey Mortuary. Burial in Greenville Memorial Gardens. The body is at the mortuary where the family will receive friends from 10-11 a.m.

Monday. Jackie Esuary PICKENS- Jackie Darlene Esuary, 6, daughter of Jacky Arnold and Norma Jean Young Esuary of Rt. 4, Pickens, died at Easley Baptist Hospital Sunday morning from injuries received in an accident near her home Saturday night. Born in Easley, she would have entered the second grade at Pickens Elementary School this fall and was a member of Mt. Sinai Baptist Church and the primary class of the Sunday School.

Surviving are parents; sister, Miss Kimberly Jean Esuary of the home; grandparents; Mr. and Mrs. Clayton Esuary of Pickens, Mr. and Mrs. W.R.

Young of Easley; great-grandmothers, Mrs. Ethel Tucket of Pickens, Mrs. Cleve Richards of Easley. Services at 4 p.m. Monday at Mt.

Siani Baptist Church by the Revs. Bill Belcher, E.A. Cooper Jr. and Roger Todd. Burial in Hillerest Memorial Park.

The body is at the home. Robinson Funeral Home is in charge of arrangements. William Masters PICKENS William Floyd Masters, 85, of Meadowbrook Lane, Rt. 5, died Sunday. Born in Pickens County, he was a son of the late William S.

and Alice Cantrell Masters. He was a retired textile employe and a member of Griffin Baptist Church. Surviving are widow, Mrs. Sallie Turner Masters; daughter, Mrs. John (Mary) Wade of Pickens; sons, Larry W.

Masters of Easley, Glazer S. Masters of Pickens and Claude B. Masters of Pooler, brothers, Bolt Masters of Rockhill, C.E., J.K. and Jarrett Masters of Easley; sisters, Mrs. Bessie Holcombe and Mrs.

Sudie Roper of Easley, Mrs. Essie Hendricks and Mrs. Lillian Day of Pickens; seven grandchildren; 11 great -grandchildren. Plans will be announced by Dillard Funeral Home. The family will receive friends from 7-9 p.m.

Monday. Mrs. Lola Sullivan WALHALLA-Mrs. Lola Collins Sullivan, 55, of Rt. 1, Westminster Highway, wife of Ralph Sullivan, died Saturday night following a long illness.

Born in Pickens County, she was a daughter of Ansel J. and Eleanor Leopard Collins of Walhalla. She was an employe of Sangamo Electric Company and attended Church of God No. 1. Surviving are parents; husband; son, Dennis Sullivan of the home; daughter, Miss Janet Sullivan of the home; brother, Marvin Collins of Greer; sisters, Mrs.

Pearl Harden and Mrs. Lula Mize of Walhalla. Services at 2 p.m. Monday at the Church of God No. 1 by the Rev.

Billy Adams. Burial in Oconee Memorial Park. The body is at Davenport Funeral Home and will be placed in the church at p.m. Monday. Julius Harmon Jr.

MOUNTAIN REST -Julius Carl Harmon 55, of Rt. 1, Belmont Community, died at Oconee Memorial Hospital late Saturday night following a long illness. Born in Baconton, he was a son of Julius Carl Harmon Sr. and Mrs. Betty Shirah Harmon of Bainbridge, Ga.

He was a storeroom clerk at Sangamo Electric Company, a member of the Masonic Lodge, the Hejaz Shrine Temple, Clemson York Rite Body and president of Blue Ridge Bass Masters Fishing Club. He was retired from the U.S. Navy. Surviving are parents; widow, Mrs. Virginia Gibson Harmon of the home; sons, Wayne Harmon of Mountain Rest, Kenneth Harmon of the U.S.

Navy, Dennis Harmon of Lexington, S.C.; sisters, Mrs. Josephine Shelley of Bainbridge, Mrs. Doris McConnell of Mrs. Janice of Loxahatchee, one grandchild. Services at 3:30 p.m: Tuesday at Davenport Funeral Home chapel by the Revs.

Bob Spearman and Homer Cox. Burial in Oconee Memorial Park with full Military rites. The body is at the funeral home where the family will receive friends from 7-9 p.m. Monday. The family is at the home.

Mrs. Inez Roach SENECA-Mrs. Inez Smith Roach, 91, of Lindsey Road, Rt. 2, died Sunday morning at Oconee Memorial Hospital following three weeks of critical illness. A native of Oconee County, she was a daughter of the late Joel and Nancy Smith Smith.

She was a member of Clairmont Baptist Church and a retired employe of Abney Mills. Her husband was the late William D. Roach Surviving are sons, Grady and Robert Roach of Seneca, Clarence Roach of Roanoke, Marshall Roach of Atlanta, daughters, Mrs. Pauline Tinsley and Mrs. Amy Price of Seneca, Mrs.

Margie Gillespie of Pendleton; 37 grandchildren; 118 greatgrandchildren; 32 great -greatgrandchildren. Services at 3 p.m. Tuesday at Fant's Grove Baptist Church near Pendleton by the Revs. Robert Orr, E.V. Cobb and Dunn Smith.

Burial in the church cemetery. The body will be at the home of a daughter, Mrs. Margie Gillespie, 220 N. Broad Pendleton, after 11 a.m. Monday.

Brown's Funeral Home is in charge of arrangements. William Barnes CORNELIA, for William Travis Barnes, 68, who died Friday, were held Sunday at 2 p.m. at New Bridge Baptist Church by the Revs. Marvin Brewer and Ernest Barden. Burial was in the church cemetery.

He was a lifelong resident of Habersham County and a son of Elizabeth Barnes and the late John Barnes. Surviving are mother; sons, Bradford Barnes of Gainesville, Henry Barnes of Cornelia, Johnny Barnes of Clermont: daughters, Mrs. Gene Ledford of Cleveland, Mrs. Lloyd Hammond of Gainesville, Mrs. Willard Stowe of Lula; brother, Claude Barnes of Cornelia; sisters, Mrs.

Harland Barrett Cleveland, Mrs. Joe Boggs of Cornelia; 24 grandchildren; five great McGahee-Griffin Funeral Home was in charge of arrangements. Collins Infant CLARKESVILLE, Ga.William Chad Collins, infant son of Tillman and Teresa Brooks Collins, died Sunday morning in Hall County Hospital. Surviving are parents; grandparents, Mr. and Mose Collins of Toccoa, Mrs.

Gertrude Kinney of Clarksville; great-grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Bob Brooks of Clarksville and Mrs. Houston Whitworth of Clarkesville. Graveside services at 4 p.m.

Monday in Unity Baptist Church Cemetery by the Rev. LeRoy Burns. The body is at Church and Son Funeral Home. The family is at the home. Fire Report Anderson City Fire Department answered no calls Sunday, while Anderson County Fire Department answered the following calls Sunday: 4:11 p.m.

-Pendleton Station No. 2 answered a call to a house fire at 315 Keys St. 4:11 p.m. -Zion Station No. 14 answered a call to a grass fire on Secondary Road 62.

4:31 p.m. -Friendship Station No. 15 answered a call to a grass fire near the Abercrombie Farm. Mrs. Randolph Kelly Mrs.

Ruby Harbert Kelly, wife of Randolph Norris Kelly, of Reed Road, died Sunday morning at A Anderson Memorial Hospital following seven months illness. Born in Oconee County, she was a daughter of the late James A. and Fannie Hix Harbert and a member of Boulevard Baptist Church. are husband; daughters, Misses Malinda and Angela Kelly of Anderson; brothers, T.S. and Roy Harbert of Anderson; sisters, Mrs.

J.C. Revis, Mrs. N.V. Martin and Mrs. Bertha Greenway of Anderson, Mrs.

J.E. Raby of Greenville. Services at 11 a.m. Tuesday at Boulevard Baptist Church by the Rev. Elwood Orr.

Burial in New Silverbrook Cemetery. The body is at Mortuary where will Sullivan receive friends from 7-9 p.m., Monday. The family is at the home. The family respectfully requests that flowers be omitted. Memorials may be made Boulevard Baptist Church.

My Answer By BILLY GRAHAM Evangelist DEAR DR. GRAHAM: Did Jesus carry His own cross when He was led away to die? If so, is there any significance in W.M. DEAR MRS. The account found in the Gospel of John indicates that Jesus was compelled to carry His own cross (which would have been extremely heavy- toward the place of His execution (John Matthew, Mark and Luke all indicate that at some stage on the road the soldiers forced "one Simon a Cyrenian, the who passed country, by, the coming father out of Alexander and Rufus, to bear his cross" (Mark Possibly this was necessary because of Jesus' weakened condition after having been beaten. I think this incident is significant because it demonstrates the suffering of Jesus for us.

We can better understand the statement of Isaiah: "He is despised and rejected of men; a man of sorrowos, and acquainted with was oppressed, and was afflicted, yet he opened not his mouth" (Isaiah Jesus' suffering, however, was not just limited to the physical pain and public humiliation He had to endure. Most of all, Jesus suffered on the cross because He was bearing our sins and the sins of the world. He did this out of love, that we might know forgiveness and salvation through faith in Him. Incidentally, many scholars believe that Simon, the man required to carry Jesus' cross, later became a Christian, and is mentioned elsewhere in the New Testament (Acts Anderson Memorial Hospital Patient Condition Information, 7 a.m.-9 p.m., 226-4162. DISCHARGES John C.

Ginn, Anderson. Northeast Georgia Hospitals Hart ADMISSIONS Ferris Vickery Hartwell Ester Mae Christian Hartwell Jessie McCurley Hartwell H.B. Dale Hartwell Ann Thompson Milledgeville Harold Singleton Hartwell Debbie Cleveland Hartwell Claude Herring Hartwell Sarah Powell Hartwell DISCHARGES Rena Trotter Hartwell Lavinia Parish Hartwell Ann Thompson Milledgeville Linda Parham Hartwell Rosa Richardson Hartwell Helen Bannister Canon Bannister baby girl Canon Cobb ADMISSIONS Eula Thornton Canon Helen Hill Hartwell Gladys Cape Royston Bell Dove Royston. Mattie George Laurens, S.C. Claude Williams Carnesville DISCHARGES Ina Fowler Royston Ruby Bradley Lavonia Dorothy Eavenson Carnesville Elizabeth Vaughn Royston Tony Smith Canon BJC ADMISSIONS Delilah Walton Commerce Walton baby girl Commerce Nora Wright Jefferson Mary Jackson Jefferson Cornelia Stephens Commerce Floyd Lewallen Homer Rene Adams Pendergrass Alice Ramsey Homer DISCHARGES Connie Gary Asbury Coffee Terry Mabry Commenting on the increased sales in used cars this year, Harold Cope, Used Car Sales Manager at Jim Connell Chevrolet, made the following observations.

"More and more people have come to realize that a good used car is a worthwhile investment. We offer our customers an excellent selection of low mileage, late model automobiles, many of which General Motors' Mechanical Insurance Coverage. MIC offers used car mechanical coverage that protects the customer against the costs, subject to a deductable, of repair and replacement of specified major parts months or 12,000 miles, Coverage is available certain foreign cars three model years with less than 50,000 miles Jim Connell Chevrolet needs of the used car fulfill our philosophy Dependability." Jim Car Department is Avenue in Anderson. CHRYSLER ENTERS REPLACEMENT TRANSMISSION AFTERMARKET DETROIT, MI, May 3 Chrysler Corporation today began offering its dealers in 30 eastern and central states factory remanufaectured automatic transmissions for 1971-76 Chrysler automotive products. The program is aimed at increasing the dealers' share of the replacement transmission aftermarket.

Chrysler's remanufactured transmissions are being produced by its Komomo, Indiana Transmission Plant. The transmissions, reconditioned to meet or exceed original Chrysler Corporation engineering specifications, are competitively priced and carry a 6 month (limited) warranty. After final assembly and tests, the transmissions are shipped to Chrysler regional parts depots. Currently 14 of Chrysler's 19 regional depots JUST THE RIGHT LOCATION No Days Inn in the entire chain could be more ideally situated than the one at Commerce, Georgia. Located at the intersection of I-85 and Highway 441, it enjoys above average weather.

About an hour north up highway 441 will put you in the heart of nountains as beautiful as can be found. An hour south on I-85 will put you in the city of Atlanta. During your overnight stay at the Commerce Days Inn you can enjoy swimming, luxurious rooms and delicious meals while saving money on gas, lodging and food. 1976 Buicks Pontiacs Now In Stock Sullivan Motor Co. 3014 N.

Main 224-1641 DAYS INN. COMMERCE, GA. (404) 335-5191 135 Rooms FULL SERVICE RESTAURANT Truck Parking BUDGET 85 Commerce 98 52- stock the transmissions. As field stocks increase in the next few months, the program will be expanded to all depots. Because of shipping distances, the program will not be offered to dealers in Hawaii and Alaska.

Nine different Chrysler car and truck transmissions, covering all 1971-76 models, are being offered. Dealers are compensated for transmission cores returned to the Kokomo facility for remanufacturing. Shipment of the transmissions from the depots to the dealers and the cores from dealers back to Chrysler is at no cost to the dealer. "What we're offering our dealers are factory engineered and backed a products at very competitive prices," said F. G.

Hazelroth, general manager of Chrysler's Service Parts Chevrolet cars and trucks. Service after the sale. Complete Leasing Service. Largest selection of Chevys in this area. JIM CONNELL CHEVROLET, INC.

910 S. Main Street Anderson, S.C. Phone 225-5481 of the automobile for 12 whichever comes first. on all domestic cars and of the current and last an odometer reading of when the car is sold. At we are conscious of the buyer, MIC helps us of Quality, Service and Connell Chevrolet Used located at 901 S.

Murray Sales Division. "'The independent transmission shops now hold the largest share of the transmission repair and replacement market. Traditionally, they've had a price advantage. Our new program though will enable Chrysler-Plymouth dealers to be very competitive. Undoubtedly, some of our dealers will utilize it to open separate transmission service centers." Bill Ballentine Motors at 1203 N.

Main is the Anderson area dealer for Chrysler and Plymouth. PROFESSIONAL PHARMACY In Business For Your Health FAST PRESCRIP. TION SERVICE CAMP SHOPPING CENTER PH. 224-3581 EMERGENCY PHONE 225-3380 Auto Repairs Mechanical, Body and fender, Auto paintingAutomatic transmission repaired, adjusted and rebuilt. Member IGO C.M.S.

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