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Florence Morning News (Newspaper) - December 9, 1970, Florence, South Carolina2 wednesday december 9, 1970 Piatt Tutt Hunting annual Christmas Parade to feature 118 units Florence s annual of the major floats in themed the promenade area from i Parade gets underway wednes Parade. J Parade routes due to congas Day at ., starting in1 George Puryear landscaping and related the 1500 Block of West Evans i chairman of the Parade und matters. St. And moving Westerly on Berft coordinator of a since then the new route route circling Flor Trade publicity said this year s starts with formation of Par once mall and then dispersing j Parade is to include a dozen j tic Pating units at a Vantage at the Kmart parking lot. Marching bands including Sev j Point in the 1500 Block of West Era Florence area High school i Evans Street for a mile pop honors in the 118 amt bands. About three circling the newer Busi Parade will go to Santa municipal and Organiza i Ness enterprises in the five of course and Cale Yarborough tons Beauty Queens the fro Points area such As Florence of Timmonsville. A National Omar imps and a Ard k Mart where Spac Stock ear race Champion who is at vely new Novelty group Romies Are open and parking is official grand marshal for the Darlington known As the Jol a plentiful colourful event. Y consisting of Walti Parade officials said entries thousands of persons Are sex 0jsney Type characters for. Particularly the floats will be Pec cd to View the Parade and amusement of the Young at j judged by a specially select Florence school District no. 1 heart red committee and winners will schools will officially close at 2 until last year the announced. Cash prizes will Wednesday to enable was through the heart of be awarded to the winners the Terestea students to see the a the downtown business District i amounts of which have n o t Rade festivities according to an but City officials have exclude been announced. Announcement by Henry Sneed District superintendent. The Parade officially Mark ing the Christmas shopping season in Florence also will in clude special units carrying i continued from Page 1 before appearing at the rail strike to and county governmental officials other dignitaries Busi Ness leaders and a wide variety of colourfully decorated floats motifs some of a Light vain while others will carry Tut the religious theme of the birth of Jesus Christ. Sponsored by the Florence Jaycees the Parade will be led by the color guard of Camden military Academy which also will furnish a Snappy Preci Sion Drill marching unit As Well As its military Type band furnishing both seasonal musical renderings. Yarborough of Timmonsville congressional hearing in Ems had addressed a meeting of Union officials who cheered his pledge to strike regard As of Federal action to Force a delay. These Are promises not threats. There is going to be a National rail Don is said. The dispute involves a total of special session Dennis added. If martial thrown in jail i think you fellas will keep the ranks firm. Upstages Santa Claus in the starting line up since As grand marshal Yarborough s position is second Only to the Camden color Santa however in his annual visit to Florence will be featured on physician to practice in Florence drs. N. B. Baroody jr., wad by g. Baroody and e. O Bry a n or. Florence physician located at 376 w. Palmetto St., announced the association of or. Billy r. Blackwell f or the practice of internal Medicine and Haematology. Or. Blackwell a native of Hartsville attended the University of South Carolina in co Lumbia and the medical univer sity of South Carolina in Char lesion. He served his intern ship at the University Hospi Tal and after two years in the United states Navy returned to the University Hospital As resident physician in internal me Dicine. Subsequently he received i Fellowship for the study of homa ology at the University la Spital in Charleston. Officers probe fac breaking breaking. Couple d with thefts of nearly Worth of merchandise at a Campus shop of Francis Marion College is being investigated by the scr t s department it was reported tuesday. Investigation in the Capitol both houses be Rush consideration of presi Dent Nixon s request for a legis lated 45-Day strike embargo. On the Leader Mike Mansfield of Mon Tana and Republican Jacob Lav its of new York joined in urging Nixon to summon management and Union negotiators for another nonstop try at reaching a settlement without a strike. At the White House there seemed to be no immediate in Terest in the senators Sugges Tion. Press Secretary Ronald l. Ziegler said that if Congress passed the 45-Day Extension and the unions defied it the matter would be in the hands of the courts. Dennis was leaving no doubt for the moment that Tion if passed would be defied. We would t be any further along in 45 Days in the issues that affect us. Railway people have not had a raise in 18 months and that was two or three per cent. The railways brought about this crisis. We did not. They brought it about by their Dennis said. Nixon in asking for the postponement said lie would ask for another if the first 45-Day moratorium did not work. This Only encourages delay on management s Den Nis said. It shows this administration is clearly on the Side of j profit taking railway manage Dennis is reinforced in his strike position by Al Cio president George Meany. Who called on legislators to reject the president s request. What is needed now is not it would violate such Law. Even so in a parallel Effort Dennis and other Union leaders some 100 in All trod Capitol corridors asking congressmen to reject Nixon s proposal. If they did a strike would be Legal. Terms such As emergency and catastrophe have been applied to the prospects of a strike. And the president referred to a National hardship and a crippling stoppage As he asked for congressional intervention. But the unions insist these is overdrawn and i sound basis for j timotes Are there is no alarm. Les Dennis son of the clerks president and himself an exec Senate floor majority of Hoh officers said a i time but Meany said vide variety of items ranging i referring to months of fruit from pencils clipboards paper my notebooks to Novelty items less negotiations. It is Clear and obvious that the railroads Rind clothing appear Rel acre Lak Are not however Long enduring the breaking. Deputy i the present negotiations May House and the Congress the items were taken from t Lam former Wallace Gregg school three time in the past seven building which is now being Jami years Congress has halted a Francis Marion College. Strikes or strike Only into the building was threats with such special legis aimed by breaking a after exhausting remedies then Cachine through to of the railway labor act. This director of the such a walkout would have been an emergency in 1940. But today the younger Dennis said mail it not carried by rails most travellers Don t ride trains and the rails slice of freight shipments has slipped to per cent. Practice for Moon walk Apollo 14 astronauts Edgar d. Mitchell foreground and Alan b. Shepard jr., practice deploying Ond Experiment package they will place on the lunar surface after their flight Early in 1971. The two went through a Long prac Tice tuesday at Cape Kennedy in preparation for their planned walk on the Moon. Lacall encase continued from Page 1 a. Pointing Down into the q. What did you do with the ditch. People you tiered m Meadlo a. I moved them along a Trail his Eai on. To the Village. It was a hard a. 1 he same. On the Trail where he saw a Pla Toon mate. Paul Meadlo. With another group of about 20 to 30 villagers. Meadlo had refused to appear As a prosecution witness at the Calley court martial. I saw u. Calley come from the Dursi continued and he asked ale Adlo if he could take care of that group. Meadlo said yes and continued to guard j continued shooting for an hour and a half. Turner said teams of gis brought five or 10 More groups to the ditch rounding them us by Means of forays into the Village. Q. Did you Ever see any of the bullets strike any of these peo pie in the ditch a. Yes. As i was walking by. 0. And who was firing at the time a. U. A Ley. Defense were caught Calley came Back and yelled to Meadlo Why Haven t _ _ you wasted them by the nature of stood there astonished. As 11turner s made a Tarn in the trial i heard testimony was not. Firing to my pro orly covered in the govern " q. What kind ment s outline of a m16 automatic fire. I against q. Where was u. Ley when j they asked that Turner s in you last saw him firn testimony be stricken or a. He was standing on the Flat a mrs trial be ordered. Ken Trail indy denied both motions. As Turner left the witness Dursi said he herded his Vil lagers ahead of him until he reached the drainage ditch. He testified i stopped where it was. And then it. Calley came Down. He came across first and was Fol Lowed by Meadlo. Meadlo was Shook up. He was crying. It. Calley said to Meadlo we have another Job to do he told us to Start moving people into the ditch. Some of them started crying or Yelling. I was or dered to by Daniel asked. Stand. He leaned Over the de sense table and said something to Calley. A nearby attorney said it sounded to him like an declined to Tell newsmen expression of Good Luck. Calley the witness told him. Police sponsor Turkey shoot Florence police will sponsor Daniel asked. A reasons of popular requests by it the witness an additional Turkey shoot thursday starting at 10 . At the police firing Range on its answered. What did he i can t remember the exact wording Dursi said. Start firing something like that. Then it. Calley and Meadlo started iring. Meadlo turned to me shortly after the shooting began and said shoot Why Don t you i just i Cai t. 1 wont and looked Down at clubhouse property on Black Creek ass t. Police chief c. M. Garrison announced. He said Many persons have asked for the target shoot for turkeys at a Date prior to., Christmas similar to the pre thanksgiving event. Proceeds the Turkey-., i shoot will be added to the Flor what were the Peop Jence police club fund which doing annually sponsors or contributes and crying. Numerous civic and Charit q. How was Calley holding irs Ablam projects according to the. We Adan assistant p olice chief. Deaths and funerals mrs. Lissie Best bis1iopville mrs. Lissie Granit Haan Best 65, of the Slok is Bridge Community of i c county died tuesday afternoon in a Hartsville Hospital. Funeral services will be con ducted at Thursday at Savannah Advent Church by the Rev. M. M. Mclamb the Rev. M. L. Atkinson and tic Rev. S. L. Copeland. Burial directed by Belk King funeral Home will be in the Church cemetery. Mrs. Best was born in county a daughter of the late William d. And Hettie Newman Grantham. She was a member of the Savannah Advent Chris Tian Church. Surviving Are three sons. William f. Best of Hartsville Marshall n. Rest of Bishopville and Loroy b. Best of Green Ville three daughters. Mrs. Edna Porter of Sumter. M r s. Lillian Bea lev of Bis Mville. Mrs. Elizabeth Gaskins of co Imbiana. Ala a brother Leo Grantham of Wagram. N. A sister. Is. H. 0. Pack of grit Fayville 12 grandchildren and six great grandchildren. Miss Juanitta planter funeral services for miss Juanita r. Planter 20, of Char Lotte n. Will be conducted at Wednesday in the Chapel of the Smith funeral Home by the Rev. E. Kindell and the Rev. D. Barr. Burial directed by the Smith funeral Home will be in the Wright cemetery. Miss planter was born in Florence county the daughter of or. And mrs. Elmore planter. Survivors include the parents five Sisters miss Dian planter miss Robin planter miss Susan planter. Mrs. Helen l. Full Why. All of Charlotte n. C., miss Shirley planter of new York six Brothers Randy planter Sandy planter Jackie planter Rickie planter Jimmie Plant William Jaillette graveside funeral services for William Milton Jaillette year old son of William Joseph and Frances Carolyn Keller jail Lette of Taylors who was fatally injured monday morning will be conducted at 3 Wednesday in it. Hope c2mc Tery in Florence by the r5v. Eugene Mullikin and the Rev. Steve ska Den directed by Stoudenmire funeral Home. Pallbearers will be Bruce Richbourg Johw Holliday Bob Webb and Edward w. Johnson or. Young William was fatally injured in Greenville county monday morning in Ai truck collision in which Mother was seriously injured. J or. Hanna was Bora in Vox. In addition to the of a san of ats mar Taylors and formerly of Flor ence survivors Are the a . Hanna or. Johnsonville -0. Wet Ous Hanna sr., 81. Retired Farmer of it. 2 in the Vox Community died in a Lake City Hospital Early tuesday. F Meral services will be con ducted at 3 Wednesday at Morris funeral Home by the Rev. Marvin Cannon the Rev. M. A the Rev. Paul Sheehan and the Rev. Paul Reid. Burial will be in the Hanna cemetery in Vox. Pallbearers will be Stanley Hanna Jimmy Hanna wynians Eaddy Laverne Coward. Ran Dolph Willis and Don tramp and Maybelle Carter Han a. He was a Veteran of world Gron Werts. Or. A n a War i a member of Han a s or. Elmore planter or. All of mrs. D. W. Keller or. Of Flor Chapel pentecostal holiness Charlotte. N. The paternal. Once and. The Ort Ernal Church and a member of the grandmother mrs. Lucile plan j Mother. Mrs. Etta a. Jaillet e Veteran of foreign wars. Or of Florence the maternal Iff Florence. Grandmother mrs. Marie bos i r or. Hanna was married to cos mrs. Hattie Green i the late mrs. Iva Brown Hanna i funeral i and is survived by two sons 0. Mrs. Nora Smith Junr vines for mrs. Hattie me w Hanna or of Hemingway child Dies of injuries Elveen Green will he co v it k 0 n n e a u mrs. Era pm 3.3n in Hall Smith. 66. Widow of Troy upon Baptist in urn by the i. Smith died monday night in i child died in a local clinic he tuesday of injuries sustained a monks Corner Hospital. I funeral services will be con ducted at 3 Thursday in Mossy Grove True Light Church of Coward. Burial will be in the Church cemetery directed by Russell funeral Home of Rev a Spann i. When struck by an Auto near monks Corner. Monday morning in the window officers said is the first time a Union has said ardently from William y. Preyer Dies headed Greensboro firm a according Ned p. Hobbs. To Coroner or. Mrs. Smith was born in Ocil la ga., a daughter of the late Curtis Hall and mrs. Ella Mckenzie Hall. She was a member up i u i i suii3. 11 Imam Vii Gici u i the Coroner assisted in the i of Mossy Grove Irue l i g h my and Jethro a t Lii Chi re Tillin i poll Irma i n _ r investigation by sol. Milton j Church. Byrd of the Darlington City to j surviving Are reeled by Bowman and Howard funeral Home will be in St. Mark cemetery. Mrs. Green 65, died sunday in a Florence Hospital after a Brief illness. Surviving Are three daughters. Mrs. Lillie Mae Muldrow of Olanta. Mrs. Ozella Fullard of Timmonsville and mrs. Evange line White of Lynchburg three sons. William Green of Balti Fos daughter i lice department identified Alfred Miller of Bonneau a likens onto a Wil it Rian Home in High Point and Leo Una Gir As Barbara Elaine i two Brothers five Sisters one Liam s Osl Preyer the father of 17 grandchildren. . Rep. L. Richardson prey Crl Preyer. Known As or. Will inc Ansboro. Died at his Home joined Richardson Merrill inc., Samuel three year old Daugh Ter of or. And mrs. David Sam Uel of 243 jessamine St., tuesday after several months i in at the Bottom of the lad bad health. Der. He retired As president in funeral services will be after serving in that Caj according Lodr. Hobbs the Rand daughter and two great grandsons. Benjie Stephens Ter Green both of Timmons Ille two Sisters mrs. Lucille Ness i Presley of Sanford mrs. Aice Saga Laro of Roches Ter. N. Y 9 five great grandchildren. Flowers Zuel Hanna of Johnsonville two daughters mrs. James Altman and mrs. R. M. Cook both of Johnsonville two Brothers Jos Eph m. Hanna of Hemingway and j. U. Hanna of Johnson Ville two Sisters mrs. Mable h. Eaddy of Johnsonville and mrs. Lena Flowers of Heming Way 18 grandchildren 12 great grandchildren five Sten and 12 step great grandchildren. Cord Dixon i Hartsville Cord Dixon 69. Tuesday in a Harts Ville Hospital after a Long ill Clinton Nettles mrs. Lla Alexander Scran ton Clinton net Lake City mrs. Lla of Bain Alexander 69. Died tues Day morning in a Florence Pital after a Long illness. Funeral services will be con ducted at 4 Thursday at i Friedfield pentecostal Ness Church by the Rev. I. L. Wall the Rev. Mack Alexander and the Rev. Willie burial will be in the cemetery directed by the Floyd Mccutcheon funeral Home. Mrs. Alexander was bom in j Orlando. Fta., a daughter of the j late Benny Orbain of Orla Ido Fla. And mrs. Byrine Hicks Florence county. She a housewife and a member of the _. J ladies auxiliary of the Fri Otid Field pentecostal holiness j Church. Surviving arc a brother Fos Ter Orbain of St. Paul w. Two sons. Wylie Alexander of Florence and Frank j of Rock Hill six mrs. Neil Leach of mrs. Paul Mclaughlin of Flor enc. Mrs. Norman Lourk of Tampa. Fla. Mrs. John Alexander. A. Mrs. Don bal of Charleston and mrs. Keith Mckenzie of Lake i i r f i pallbearers will be t Clvis infant i Jolt no Alexander. Nel 1 j grave i Alexander Joe Alexander g ave ties. 62, retired Farmer of it i. Scranton died tuesday night at his Home of an apparent heart attack. Funeral arrangements will be announced by Brockington fun eral Home. Or. Nettles was born in Flor ence county a son of the late Charlie and Ollie Elmore Nettles. He was a member of the Lee s Tabernacle pentecostal holiness Church. His wife mrs. Lula Mae Mcclam Nettles died in 1967. Surviving Are seven sons Geer Nettles of the u. S. Army Vietnam Charlie Nettles and Mcghan Nettles both of new York City Howard Nettles Pamplico Bobby Nettles Jim my Nettles and Randolph Nettles All of Scranton a daughter mrs. Johnny Curry of Coward two Brothers j. Nettles and David Nettles both of Turbe Ville four Sisters mrs. Ingram Tedder of Scranton mrs. Myer Tedder of Coward mrs. Gladys Lynch of and mrs. Bill Floyd of Turbeville 16 grandchildren and a great grandchild. Tanc Muir t v Johnsonville Side services for the infant son of James Alton and Frankie Jean Altman Elvis jr., were held monday in Eaddy Ford Cej meter at Vox. Eli Bollard Kannapolis n. Eli in addition to the parents of i Alford Bullard 70, died tues Johnsonville the infant is at Cabarrus memorial hos Vived by the maternal grand i pita after a Long illness Mother mrs. Franklin Altai an j funeral services will be con of Johnsonville the paternal i ducted at 2 Thursday at funeral services will be con1 ducted at 2 p. M. Thursday in Wilkes Chapel methodist i Church by the Rev. James Palmer and the Rev. Carlisle Drew. Burial will be in Beth . Thursday at parity for 10 years. Jyoung girl and some friends first presbyterian Church with in his Long Active career he were standing on the Side of 1 Idi f-111-11110 the c Iii Mie Rev. Or. John a. Redhead was a director of the or. Pastor and the Rev. Wil amusement co. Of Greensboro Liam Currie associate pastor. A director of Richardson realty officiating. Burial will Greenhill cemetery. Be in inc. Chairman of the Board vice president and a director of in addition to Rev. The elder Preyer is survived by the re insurance corp. Of new York an honorary alumnus of four sons William y. Preyer Davidson College president of or. Of Greensboro or. North Carolina society of u. Preyer of Cambridge York president of the r of English at in Mudeis Greensboro chamber of Corn University or. Morris w. Pro mercy on the executive com f Charlotte professor of Mitlee of the local boy scout Council president of the Greensboro kiwanis club and president of the Greensboro country club. He had recently been made an honorary trustee of greens Lus Lory at Queens College Fred Preyer of Kirkland Wash president of the Advance Muf Fler co., Headquarters in los Angeles Calif. Surviving sister. Mrs. N. L. Kure of the Prysby Boro College. Jessamine Street near the Sam us residence when the Little of thunk Nenjic Ranei Darlington Bogan frc3 will Baptist Church Flowers 88, of mechanics-1cemetery, directed by Brown irl apparently was frightened Hospital. Stephens infant daughter of William d. And Mary Gardner Stevens died Early tuesday in Kershaw county memorial by a dog. Funeral services will be con witnesses reportedly told or. A ducted at 11 . Wednesday in Hobbs and sol. Byrd thai the j the first Baptist Church of be startled girl dashed into the Thune by the Rev. Wilbur John Street into the path of an on son. Burial will be in Radcliffe coming Auto which was driven j cemetery directed by Brown by Bali by i. Leonard of i Cannington Atkins f u n c r a 1 limit St., Darlington. Coroner Hobbs said the mis Hap occurred about . Monday and the child died a but Tuesday. He said the investing lion has not been completed. Home. Surviving arc her parents of Bethune a brother Benjamin Hay Stevens of the Home Here paternal grandmother. Margue rite Mccaskill slovene of be Ville Community died tuesday in a Darlington Hospital after a period of declining health. Funeral services will be con ducted at 11 . Wednesday in Kistler funeral Home by the Rev. Roy player. Burial will be in Mechanicsville Baptist Church cemetery. Pennington Atkins funeral Home. Or. D xon was born in Chesterfield county a son of the late John c. And Mary Mccaskill Dixon. Until his retirement he was a Carpenter. Surviving arc his wife six mrs. Aza Lee an grandparents or. And mrs. Al ton Elvis or. Of Gali vants Fer the paternal great grand j Mother mrs. Elizabeth Huggins of Aynor the maternal great grandmother mrs. Lillie Belle Altai an of Johnsonville. Mrs. Greta Daniels Baltimore my. Mrs. Greta Daniels 41, died sunday in Baltimore my. Funeral services will be con ducted at 3 Wednesday in pyre an Church. Burial directed by Layton Perry funeral Home will be in Greenlawn pallbearers will be Everette Firson of be Mars. Ala., mrs. Weather Ford Woody Blackman Marion Blackman Howard god bold Rivers Warr and Johnny Thi inc her maternal grand myth Church. Mconville. Or. Darlington county and a Mem of was a native of Marv d xon mrs. Ruth Wilkes and mrs. Shrley wave All of Hartsville mrs. Doris Dixon and mrs. Carolyn Snow both of Kan Annlis n. Six sons William Melvin Dixon of scr bar of Mechanicsville Baptist Shaw j. C., Pete Laverne Hayward and Everette Dixon in mini in in i Ftp i Iii 11 if i i funeral arrange orc nos for tie or mrs. Effic Mac Gardner of surviving arc a brother Ches All of Kannapolis n a a Young girl will to announced1 a Hartsville and her paternal i ice Abbott of Darlington and a brother Angish Dixon of Harts by funeral Homo grandmother mrs. Irene Stiv sister mrs. Roxie a. Barnes of Villo 49 grandchildren Ana live of Darlington. Lens of Cassatt. Darlington. Greal grandchildren. Cemetery. Surviving arc a daughter mrs. Edward Ronald Phead of Rohert Dale Ala. Two sons Wil Liam Jesse Coward of Latta and Foster Dan Coward her Mother mrs. Minnie Hodges Miller of Dillon three Sisters mrs. Josie Squires of Balitmore md., mrs. Doris Ralliff of Hen Derson n. C., and mrs. Bar Bara Foster of Dillon four Brothers Eugene Miller Ralph and Robert Miller both of dil Lon and Vernie Miller of Balti More my. Oakland Baptist Church near Chesterfield s. C., by the Rev. T. E. Graham. Burial will be in the Church cemetery directed by lady s funeral Home. Surviving Are six daughters mrs. Dorothy Echerd of Granite Quarry mrs. Sarah Combs of Kannapolis mrs. Marjorie Bow Man and mrs. Shirley Miller both of Landis mrs. Brenda Beaver of China Grove and mrs. Linda Stewart of Darling ton two sons Charles Bullard of Landis and James Bullard of Mooresville two Brothers Arthur Bullard of Cheraw and Gaddi Bullard of Chesterfield two Sisters mrs. Bessie Rogers of Lumberton and mrs. Pearl solar of Concord 15 grand children and two great grand children. S. Deaths j. S. Purvis Columbia g. W. Kinard Greer mrs. Ella Mosby Columbia Jesse Carter Hopkins c. A Seymour Greenwood mrs. N. Ghiyam

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