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Florence Morning News (Newspaper) - August 3, 1970, Florence, South Carolina2-a monday August 3, 1970 Slatt Tutt Jajw Litty Iff Mil Nevis men carry coffin into Alexandra Hospital in Charles town Nevis sunday for one of victims of ferry Accident Between Nevis and St. Kilts saturday. Mourners who came to the Hospital to identify dead stand on second floor Balcony. County family planning project receives special Federal Grant by Ralph Raney morning news staff writer a special Grant has been a retardation. Added the Florence county department of health for an sex at the health Center located at handed family planning pro 1705 w. Evans St. In Florence Jet according to or. Hazel and at the health Center in Lake Baker King county health of City. Additional clinics will be located in the health centers in King said the Grant of other towns of the county As the need is warranted or. King said. Additional staff Calls for two Public health nurses a clerk and two aides to properly staff the new program along with physicians in Florence Ana in the county who will serve As clinicians. Endorsement of the family finer. Will for additional staff members to operate the program and clinics will begin monday. The of the program is to provide better health services for mothers and babies of Flor ence county especially among the Low income families or King said. She said the grand will enable the department to extend services to More families and particularly those in the Rural areas. Grants Are made available by the Federal government and the South Carolina state Board of health or. King said and Florence county is the second county state to receive such funds she said spartan Burg county is the Only other county in the state which has begun this program. The county health officer said the expanded family planning service is being worked out in detail and the information will be made available to those needing the service. Or. King said or. Robert Liss family planning officer of the National Center for family planning service of the Region Al hew office in Atlanta a was to visit Florence county health department to help implement the program for the county. Or. King said Florence county has a considerable number of Low income families to whom family planning services have not been readily available. The existing program of the health department is being utilized by Only eight per cent of the estimated number of medi Cally indigent women Between the Ages of 18 and the health officer said. She said studies have shown that Ade quate family planning services will reduce the rate of maternal Florence s finest charcoal Hearth restaurant Holiday inn smorgasbord monday thru Friday sundays also table service morbidity and mortality As Well As infant mortality and mental the new clinics will be held planning program has been Given by the Florence county medical society the Florence county department of Public welfare and the Florence county office of economic Opportunity. Or. King said All these agencies have pledged their support in helping to reach the families who need this Type optimistic about the new pro Gram or. King said she feels promote maternal and infant health which is an important part of the work of the health county John Carroll Baker Lake City John Carroll Baker 47, local merchant died sunday in a Charleston Hospital after a Long illness. Funeral arrangements will be announced by Brockington funeral Home. Or. Baker was a son of the late John c. And Mary Susan Thomas Baker. He was a Mem Ber of Lake City methodist Church and served in the army during world War ii. Surviving Are his wife Cath Erine Dennis Baker a daughter Anne Baker of Lake City a son John Baker of Lake City a brother Thurman Baker of Cades three Sisters mrs. . Owens and mrs. J. A. Huggins jr., both of Lake City and mrs. Harold Mcelveen of Timmonsville. Mrs. Sophie m. Price mrs. Sophie Mcbride Price 74, widow of Thomas j. Price died sunday afternoon in a local Hospital following a Long illness. Funeral services will be con ducted at 6 . Tuesday in Waters funeral Home Chapel by Rev. E. Paul Mewhirter. Burial will be in mount Hope cemetery directed by Waters funeral Home. Mrs. Price was a native of Sumter county and was a Gater of the late William e. And Alice Hatchell Mcbride both of Florence county. She attended the Sumter county schools and was a graduate of Tome was a graduate miss Winnifred hymn of the Hospital school of nursing she and served As office nurse for or. Q p Marion l. Brockington. Myrnan Ana uan hym a resident of Florence since Pamplico. Also teen 1918, mrs. Price was a member is of Central United methods Church Delia Rives Sunda school class Fellowship circa of woman s society of Christian Grain i. Itzig this is a real Opportunity to service and Lenora chapter a Craft no. 30, order of Eastern Star surviving Are two brother Samuel w. Mcbride and Black part 01 Etc Vuia it Pic department in protecting the Well d. Mcbride both of mor Raj Al jul. Health of All citizens of Florence ence arid a number of nieces Church by father c. J. Malony and nephews. And father John Lyons. Burial Fefa from . Ufa that a fam Tessa i 79 Jsmrd Jufim 90 80 forecast show High exit Etta for daytime monday Liol Ltd not indicate a con Tull Totol Ftp trait forecast rain is due monday from the Eastern lakes through Inland new eng land with More rain and showers Between the upper Mississippi Valley and Lake Michigan. More showers Are due from Arizona North through Idaho to Montana. Storm warnings Are posted on the Texas coast. If will be cooler in the North and warmer elsewhere. Pee Dee weather partly Cloudy and hot partly Cloudy and hot is the pee Dee forecast for today . Weather Bureau report said last night. The High today will be in the upper 90s and the Low in the mid 70s. Winds will be Westerly at 10 to 15 Miles an hour. Tomorrow s Outlook Calls for the same Type weather with Ligh in the lower 90s. A High pressure Ridge from he Atlantic running through the Southeast will continue to Domi Nate the weather Over South Carolina. Little change is expected in the weather Over the be Dee with partly Cloudy i skies and hot weather. A 2a add weather weather information for the 24-hour period ending 7 . Yesterday. Monday temperatures i up. 3 highest 94 Normal High 91 tuesday lowest Normal Low 70 aug. 4 mean 84 Normal mean 81 wednesday precipitation aug. 5 yesterday .04 this month .04 thursday total for Wear 19.49. Norma Tori aug. 6 my non 4.57. Friday humidity up 7 7 . 85, 1 . 58, 7 . 76 saturday Sun Moon today aug i Sunrise . Sunset . Sunday Moonrise . Moonset . Aug 2 tides monday tides Loler than Myrtle Beach and aug. 9 Ocean drive Georgetown Light Odd 4s minutes Murrells Inlet and Garden City add 35 minutes Charleston add 30 min utes Row Leys Island add 20 minutes. Colonel Sanders fights inflation 6 dinners for under 1 1 2 pieces Chicken Roll 59 2 2 dark pieces Chicken Roll 72 3 2 White pieces Chicken Roll 72 4 3 pieces Chicken Roll 5 3 dark pieces Chicken Roll 96c. 6 3 White pieces Chicken Roll 96 Jack Orr s two convenient locations 516 e. Palmetto k Mart i Homi Lili Millie imio.m1. Ocean drive tides . High High Low High Low High Low High Low High Low hip a Low Law Greenville minister Dies Johnsonville Rev. Dai ton h. Poston 51, methodist minister of Greenville died Sun Day. Funeral arrangements will be announced later. Rev. Poston was born in John Sonville a son of the late Mack and Yulee Greenwood pos on. He was a graduate of of Ord College and associate Pas or of Buncomb Street United methodist Church in Greenville. I Sotiron Comden Cicrow Conway Effingham Ken Stree pee Dee River bulletin fid stage dote Hgt Cage free 23 30 7 u 12 19 25 m2.7 0 0 m .2 1.3 River statement a few thundershowers occurred yester Day afternoon Ana last night. All Rivers and streams Are below flood stage Only minor changes expected for the next 24 hours. Lake Levels Clark Hill 326.3 feet afoul 3vi feet below Normol Pool level. Lake Hartwell 454.2 feet about 6 feet below Normal Pool level. Lake Greenwood 439 feet feet below full stage. Lake Murray 355 6 feet about 4vi feet Bufi full Loke Marion 75.b feet one foot be Low full siege. Lake Moultrie 75 3 feet feet be Low full stage. Lake winds Westerly at 8 to 12 Miles a hour. Business men Buffet luncheon monday wide selection to select from Only Sheraton motor inn i-95 and Hwy. 76 l. Raymond Bair funeral services for l. Ray mond Bair will be conducted at 10 . Monday in Watere funeral Home by or. Edward l. Byrd and Rev. David Myers burial will follow in Sumter cemetery in Sumter. Pallbearers will be John f. Holston William Mckenzie Jack t. Jeffers w. Hemy Jef fers t. M. Mcmillan and w. A. Bell. Or. Bair 50, died near Man Ning saturday. Mrs. E. C. Hyman Pamplico mrs. Essel pos ton Hyman 86, widow of e. C. Hyman died sunday morning of a Florence after being in declining health a for some time. 1 funeral services will be con ducted at 5 . Monday at it. Zion Baptist Chueh of Pamplico by Rev. Bruce Hall. Bur Ial directed by Stoudenmire funeral Home will be in the Church cemetery. Pallbearers will be Felder Poston r. L. Postal Richard Poston Jimmy Poston Robert Morgan and Otis Turner. Mrs. Hyman was born in Flor ence county daughter of the late j. Hobart Poston and Caroline Poston both natives of Florence county. She had lived in Florence county All her life and was a member of it. Zion Baptist Church. Surviving Are two daughters of Florence Hyman and sons Aaron Hyman both mrs. Lloyd j. Floyd requiem mass will be con ducted for mrs. Monique Emma Jespers Floyd at 10 . Mon Day at St. Anthony Catholic and father John Lyons. Burial directed by Stoudenmire Funer Al Home will be in the Florence National cemetery. Pallbearers will be Jim to Lar Gerald Welch Don Gregg Lynn Lawrence Miles Weaver and Wayne Hatchell. Honorary pallbearers will be members of the Florence fire department. Memorials May be sent to St. Anthony Catholic Church. Ervin Ward or. Timmonsville Erin Ward or. Died sunday in a Flor ence Hospital. Funeral arrangements will be announced by Bowman How Ard funeral Home. Mrs. Janie Timmons Cartersville mrs. Janie Timmons died saturday in a local Hospital after a Long ill Ness. Funeral services will be con ducted at 4 . Monday in Tov Haven United methodist Church by Rev. 0. N. Mark. Burial will be in Dick Field cemetery directed by Bow Man Howard funeral Home. Surviving Are her husband Clarence Timmons a son Clarence Timmons or. Of Cartersville a daughter mrs. Etta Lee Smith of Meadow prong Community a sister mrs. An Nie Joe Washington of Carters Vilie and three Brothers Pinck Ney Mcalister and Robert Brown both of Effingham and Carl Brown of Long Island n. Y. Tomato Napper Cocker Spaniel pet of or. And mrs. L. C. Whitmire of Greenville was beyond suspicion when red Ripe fruit first began disappearing from the backyard Tomato plants. What dog would like tomatoes at top Blondie eyes Plant and at Bottom munches on a Tomato. Her Mother likes the red fruit too. A interracial marriage held Jackson miss. A we re merely two people in said Rodger Mills a White Law clerk after his marriage sunday to a 24-year-old Black woman ending a two week Battle against the state s anti miscegenation Laws. The formal Church Eddinw of Mills 24, and Berta Lynson a Ile clerk in Mills Jackson of ice was attended by some 200 guests. It s nothing said Mills native of Boston after the cer Mony at a negro methodist Church. It s been happening or years but this is the first Ime the state of Mississippi wer officially san toned Arlington Cinema first area shewing the masterpiece Polanski nearly out As Tate state witness Hartsville Man drowns on sunday Hartsville Allen me Laurin Howie 38, drowned wednesday in Foster Creek near Charleston funeral services will be con ducted . Monday in Brown Pennington Atkins funeral Home by Rev. Don Purvis and Rev. Bessie Parker. Burial will be in Magnolia cemetery. Or. Howie was born in Dar Lington county a son of mrs. Alma Smith Howie and the late a. Joye Howie. He was a Grad uate of Antioch High school and served in the Navy for 20 years. Surviving in addition to his Mother Are his wife mrs. Joyce Revell Howel three sons alien Patrick John Franklin and Al Len Mclaurin Howiejr. Three daughters Patricia Ann Joye Lynn and brians Delores How in five Sisters mrs. Ralph Miriam Odom of Columbia mrs. Wilbur Elizabeth Taylor of Santee mrs. Wallace Lottie lean Walker of Columbia mrs. Gene Belva Crow of Atlanta ga., and mrs. James Dorothy Mae Winburn of cheap two a rotters James and Carl How a both of Hartsville. Los Angeles a movie director roman Polanski was All but written off sunday As a potential state witness at the trial of four commune members accused of murdering his actress wife Sharon Tate and six other persons a year ago. Deputy dist. Atty. Vincent Bugliosi said the polish born Polanski is in Europe and wants the state of California to pay his round trip air fare to los an Geles to testify. The prosecution has turned him Down. It in t Worth Bugliosi said. The prosecutor added that if Polanski wanted to pay his own fare he would be called As a witness to answer a few questions. But Bugliosi said Polan ski s testimony in t vital to the Case. Polanski Best known for his macabre movie Rosemary s had been married to the blonde film Star for 18 months when she and four visitors to her rented Benedict Canyon mansion were slain aug. Miss Tate 26, was eight months pregnant with a son. On trial for these slayings and the subsequent killing 24 hours later of Market owner Leno Labianca and his wife Rose Mary Are Charles Manson. 35, and three girl members of his hippie Type Patricia Krenwinkel 22 Susan Atkins 21, and Leslie Van Houten 20. Miss Van Houten is charged with murder Only in the la Bianca slayings. Following the trial s weekend recess Linda Kasabian is scheduled to resume the witness stand monday for further Cross examination. She was accused of murder and conspiracy with the others but was granted immunity from prosecution when she agreed to testify for the state. The Green eyed 21-year-old Mother of two Small children went under Cross examination Friday after four Days of Testi Mony for the state. Mrs. Kasabian s testimony ast week included details of clan members roaming the los Angeles area by night in a ran Dom search for victims of their drinking milkshakes and stroll ing along the Beach after the Labianca slayings and of wild communal sex at the ranch where the clan lived. Defense objections to virtually every statement by mrs. Kassa Bian led the judge to put two de sense attorneys in jail overnight wednesday for contempt of court. Defense attorney Paul Fitz Gerald said he expects to keep mrs. Kasabian on the stand at least another Day. When she is through Bugliosi said the state will proceed in chronological order with its Long list of remaining witnesses. Poll meted shows at and from the country that gave you i i. A notice notice is hereby Given that Thurston motor lines inc. P. 0. Box 1204, Florence s. C. Will sell at Public auction to the highest bidder for Cash subject to prior claim by owner at 0 p. M. On August 10, the following 1 Box of clothing shipped from r. M. Rogers Orrstown Tenn. Consigned to Superior Mills Clio s. C. Thurston motor Lins p. 0. Box 1204 Florence s. C. Carol Hinson of d july 27, aug. 3 Florence theatres. Inc. Now showing show at 7-9 p. Phone 662-2931 a Johnv Byne Brol Comoa nyl my you Wacon Una son Kiin Kour s3 f i shows i 1-3-5-7-9 . 669-6432 a William Wyler the Ubera flon open show . Phone 662-5331 Richard Harris As 1 Mai called horse mini vision Technics univ

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