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Florence Morning News (Newspaper) - July 5, 1967, Florence, South Carolina i WEDNtSDAY, JULY 5, 1967 3f liHTlUf Two New Stores Open At Florence Mall Tw'o new stores have open- ed this week at the Florence Mall and nine others are slated to be in operation by mid August. Ham's Barber Shop opens Wednesday under the partner- ship of Otis Ham and Frank Warr. Warr's Barber Shop, lo- cated at the Mall, is also own- ed by the two. The shop covers 800 square feet and will have five bar- bers. Ham's Barber Shop, pre- viously located on West Ev- ans Street in. downtown Flor- ence, closed Saturday night. Both barber shops will be open from 8 a.m. to p. m. Warr's will be closed on Wednesday and Ham's on Monday. _____ The Carousel Sundae Bar, which opened Tuesday, brings to Florence 30 different fla- vors of hard ice cream, sun- daes and shakes. Ice cream will be available in cones and hand packed pints, quarts and half gallon cartons. Hours of the parlor will be from 10 a.m. to il p.m. Mon- day through Saturday and Sunday from noon to 11 p.m. Robert van Witzenburg is op- ening the shop and Mrs. R. E. Wilson will operate it. Nine other stores slated to open iti August include J. C. Penney, Penney Auto Center, a service station, pet shop, cafeteria, Porter's Gift Shop, DeLeon Finklea, Inc., a paint store and a Piggly Wiggly food store. Toll Arab Newspapers Call For Propaganda Truth (Continued from Page 1) the surf at Myrtle Beach. Of- ficers said he slipped off a rubber raft on which he was floating off the beach and drowned. Airman 1. C. David L. Keller, 21, of Englewood, Col., died in a bicycle-truck accident. Hisi bicycle collided with a pickup truck at Myrtle Beach Air Force Base. William Jack Davis, 35, Rt. 2, Marion, was killed in aj Sunday night two-car collision north of Marion on Highway 501. The Highway Patrol said the car in which Davis was riding was hit from behind as it pre- lared to make a turn off the lighway. Davis, who was riding n the back seat, was the only person seriously hurt, the pa-i rol said, although the driver of he other car, William Hilton Simmons, was treated for wrist and chin injuries. Two of the later drownings in he state were Robert Long, 66, of Johnston while wading dur- BEIRUT, Lebanon (AP) Arab newspapers are calling for changes in the Arab world's hysteria-type propaganda against Israel, demanding more truth and less emotion. The trend was set last week by Mohamed Hassanien Heikal, editor of the Egyptial newspa- per Al Ahram of Cairo, who is said to be a close confidant of President Gamal Abdel Nasser. In his weekly editorial Heikal complained of the lack of coor- dination between Arab words and Arab action. He said the propaganda slo- Israel" which is >rinted, broadcast and chanted ,n rollicking songs, turned world opinion against the Arabs even before the six-day Middle East war began. Cairo's Al Musaware maga- zine agreed that the call to "De- stroy Israel" was not only offen- sive to the outside world but also an impossibility. Beirut's pro-Egyptian news- paper Al Hawadith quoted a Lebanese singer of anti-Israel songs whose lyrics intone "Crush, kill, drink their blood.' Dt jonnston wnne waamg aur- DIDN'T WANT TO RACE ANYWAY "S a 13-month-o d Shetland pony, nVa D ou ine anTAffred do much golloping, but she manage to get around on an artificial leg. The pony, owned by ing a picnic outing and .Affred, a Donodson of Phoenix, .Ariz., lost her leg when struck by a car. Mrs. Donald- Hayes, 14, of Beach Island in Aiken County while swimming with friends in a gravel pit pond near his home. Among the last reported traf- fice deaths of the weekend was John Elliott Mayson, 30, of Rt. 1, McCormick. He was killed when his car hit a bridge on Highway 25 near Edgefield. In another accident, Johnny Ethridge, 44, of Greenwood was killed when struck by a train. David Lee Young, 21, of New- ark, N. J., a student at Johnson C. Smith University in Char- lotte dived off Crowder Creek Bridge on S. C. 49 and drowned. The accident occurred about 4 miles southeast of York. son says the peg leg works fine. 'Ungodly Scream' Reported After Girl Disappears MANTEO, N.C. man j County Alcoholic Beverage Con living near the place where a coed was last seen reported to police Tuesday he heard an "ungodly woman's scream" about 4 a.m. the morning of the girl's disappearance. Robert H. Midgett, Dare trol supervisor, said he heard a car stop between his house and the house where Brenda Joyce Holland, make-up supervisor of the Lost Colony, was last seen. Midgett told the police after the scream, he heard scraping DEATHS AND FUNERALS Mrs. George Moseley Mrs. George W. Moseley, 63, of 209 S. Dabney Dr., died Tues- day morning In a local hospital after a short illness. Funeral services will be con- ducted Thursday in Waters Fu- neral Home by Dr. W. G. Fos- ter and Rev. J. T. Dabney. Burial will be in Mount Hope Cemetery. Mrs. Moseley, the former Miss Azalee (Honey) Dabney, was born in Florence, a daugh- ter of the late Adam R. and Corinne McLaughlin Dabnsy. She was a member of the First Presbyterian Church and the Women of the Church. She was past president of Azalea Garden Club and past presi- dent of Ladies Auxiliary of Fred H. Sexton Post No. 1, Ameri- can Legion. Mrs. Moseley was appointed as an honorary colonel for the State of South Carolina by Thurmond while he was gov- ernor. She was chairman of the Red Cross Canteen World War H. Surviving are the widower and a brother, T. Moultry Dabney of Florence. Mrs. Anna Goodstein CHARLESTON Mrs. Anna Mann Goodstein, 85, died Tues- day morning in a Summerville nursing home. Funeral services will be con- ducted Wednesday at 1230 p. m. at J. Henry Stuhr North Area Funeral Chapel. Commit- tal will be in the Jewish Cem- etery in Florence at p.m., conducted by Rabbi Jordan I. Taxon. Mrs. Goodstein was born in Philadelphia, Pa., a daughter of Louis and Balbina Mann. She was the widow of Samuel Goodstein. She lived in Flor- ence for about 40 years before moving to Charleston in 1960. Surviving are a daughter, Mrs. Harold H. Fried of Shaw- nee-Mission, Kan.; a son, Mel- ton A. Goodstein of North Char- leston; a step daughter, Mrs. Ed Levenson of Miami Beach, Fla.: four grandchildren and two great grandchildren. John Frank Anderson D. Leslie Hooke CONWAY John Frank An- derson, 91, of Orangeburg and formerly of Conway, died Tues- day morning in Orangeburg. Funeral arrangements will be announced by Goldfinch Funer- al Home. Mr. Anderson was born in the Adrian section of Horry Coun- ty, a son of the late William Henry and Mary Ann Hucks Anderson. He farmed in Horry County and North Carolina until 1951. He lived at Crescent Beach until the death of his wife, Mrs. Delia Coward An- derson in 1953. Since 1953 he lived in Conway, Florence, Ten- nessee, and Orangeburg. Surviving are five sons, Roy Anderson and Johnnie Ander- son, both of Bakersfield, Calif., Levy and Heyward Anderson, both of Lancaster, Calif., and Allen Anderson of Conway; four daughters, Mrs. Lillie Mae Ty- ler of Orangeburg; Mrs. Joe Crocker of Bakersfield, Calif., Mrs. Thomas Atkinson and Mrs. during saleem Cottrof, both of Flor- ence; three sisters, Mrs. Sudie Anderson, Mrs. Gertrude Tu- don, and Mrs. Glen Sessions, all of Conway; and 11 grand- children. Mrs. Ida J. Hardee CONWAY Mrs. Ida Jor- dan Hardee, 80, widow of Charles Walton Hardee of the Maple section of Horry County, died Tuesday afternoon in a Georgetown nursing home aft- A Leader in fine Healing Aids A Leader in Excellent Service FLMENCE, 1. C. MM2" er a long illness. Funeral services will be con- ducted at a.m. Thursday in Goldfinch Funeral Chapel by Rev. Jennings Williamson and Rev. Gary Smoak. Burial will be in Popular Methodist Church Cemetery. Mrs. Hardee was born in the Maple section, a daughter of the late Henry and Elizabeth Jane Lewis Jordan. She was a member of Popular Methodist Church and had lived with her children and recently with a daughter-in-law, Mrs. Joe Har- dee of Conway. Surviving are four daughter.-., jMrs. Minnie W. Smith of Wash- Hngton, D. C.. Mrs. D. L. Norris, i Mrs. Bill Harrell, and. Mrs. -Jim 0. Causey, all of Conway: 31 D. Leslie Hooke, 75, retired Atlantic Coast Line Railroad employe, died Sunday afternoon in an Atlanta, Ga., hospital. For the past several years, he had lived in Atlanta. Funeral services will be con- ducted at 10 a.m., Thursday in Saint John's Episcopal Church 3y Rev. Joseph R. Horn III. Burial will be in Florence Na- tional Cemetery. Masonic com- mital services will be conducted >y members of Amity Lodge No. 430 AFM. Mr. Hooke was born in Flor- ence and lived most of his life lere. He was a son of the late Oaniel M. and Mary Gayden Hooke. He served with the U. S. Navy during World War I. He was a member of the Saint John's Episcopal Church, a ma- son and past master of Amity Lodge No. 340, having served as secretary for 25 years. He was a district deputy grand master of the old 22nd Mason- is District, a member and past patron of Leonora Chapter No. 30, Order of the Eastern Star, and a charter member of Fred H. Sexton Post No. 1, American Legion. Surviving are the widow, the Clifford D. Cannon HEMINGWAY Clifford De- voe Cannon, 82, of Hemingway died Monday night in a George- town nursing home after a long illness. Funeral services will be con- ducted at 4 p.m. Wednesday in First Methodist Church by Rev. Herbert Boulware and Rev. Enoch Finklea. Burial Will be in Old Johnsonville Cemetary. Pallbearers will be Marion Reeves, Col. C. C. Cannon. Johnny Piencken, Eugene Tay- or, W. F. Brockington and P. E. Ruffin. Mr. Cannon was a son of the late Reddon and Eliza Newell Cannon of Johnsonville, where tie was born and spent his early life. Most of his life was spent in Hemingway, where he was a retired farmer and rural mail carier. He was owner and de- veloper of the Cannon residen- tial subdivision in Hemingway. Mr. Cannon was a member of Hemingway First Methodist Church. He was the widower of Pearl Reeves Cannon. Surviving are a daughter, Mrs. Sarah C. Adkins of Hem- ingway; two sons, C. Dan Can- yon of Georgetown and Fred all of Lamar; 27 grandchildren JR. Cannon of Florence; seven Mrs. Geneva B. Munn DARLINGTON Mrs. Gene- va Blackwell Munn, 84, of Rt. 2, Darington, died early Tues- day morning in a Florence nurs- ing home. Funeral services will be con- ducted at 4 p.m. Wednesday at Zion Methodist Church near La- mar by Rev. Jimmy Adams and Rev. E. H. Mosely. Burial, di- rected by Belk King Funeral Home, will be in the church cemetery. Mrs. Munn was born in Flor- ence, a daughter of the late Jim and Eliza Andrews Black- well. She was a member of Philadelphia Southern Methodist Church. Surviving are two sons, C. W. Freeman of McBee and Ray L. Freeman of Barling, Ark.; five daughters, Mrs. M. D. Fyfe of Metaire, La., Mrs. Emmett T. Taylor of Springfield, Va., Mrs. S. M. Spears of Co- lumbia; Mrs. Ilia Mae Howie of Hartsville and Mrs. Tom Jor- dan of Darlington; two step- sons, Hazel Munn and Roy Munn, both of Darlington; three step daughters, Mrs. Mattie Amerson, Mrs. Bonnie Kay Kent and Mrs. Annie Driggers, former Miss Beatrice Smith; a children, daughter, Mrs. Landis J. Lyons' of Tampa, Fla.; a son, Gerald J. (Jerry) Hooke of Atlanta; and 13 grandchildren. and a number of great-grand- Mrs. Cof v.ur DARLINGTON Mrs. Janet Cof. 37, of Raceway Trailer Park near Darlington, died Monday night at home. Funeral arrangements will be announced by Belk King Fu- neral Home. Edward A. Early Funeral services for Edward A. Early will be conducted at 11 a.m. Friday in Waters Funer- al Home by Rev. J. R. Horn III. Burial will be in National Cemetery. Mr. Early died Monday morn- ing in a Washington hospital after a long illness. He was a retired material inspector with the District Highway Depart- ment in Washington. grandchildren and a g r e a I children. sounds like a shovel and then he car drove off. Police found an oil spot and two other stains as yet uniden- ified at the place where the car was reported to have been' >arked. Miss Holland was last seen Friday night by Danny Barber, University of North Carolina student who sings in the show's ihoir. Barber told police he and rfiss Holland were drinking >eer and went to his apart- ment. Barber said he fell asleep and when he awoke the girl was [one. Also missing was one of Bar- >er's roommates, Earl Minis of Buffalo, N.Y. Minis had told his employers he was going to Connecticut to visit a girl tiend. Efforts to locate him lave failed. Searchers were joined Tues- day by members of the Lost Colony cast, island residents, tfanteo police and Forestry Service employes. The Coast Guard at Elizabeth iity brought in two small boats o drag the several ponds near where the girl's personal effects were found. Also a "scuba diver >egan probing the ponds. The girl's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Charles W. Holland of Can- ton, arrived in Manteo Tuesday to help in the search. Miss Holland's landlady, Mrs. Cora Twiford, said the girl's room had not been touched. All ler clothing, cosmetics and jewelry were exactly as they md been when the girl left tor work Friday afternoon. Dare County Sheriff Frank Gaboon said he planned to con- tinue the search on a limited basis Tuesday night and resume the full hunt Wednesday morn- ing. Altman, Former President Of Letter Carriers, Dies ROBERT WRIGHT Funeral services for Robert Wright of 104 S. John St., Flor- ence, will be conducted at j p. m. Thursday in Smith Fu- neral Home by Rev. T. R. Frier- son. Burial will be in North View Cemetery. Survivors in- clude the widow, Mrs. Mary J Wright; the mother, Mrs. Re- netta Wright of Florence; a brother, Louis Wright of Flor- ence; two sisters, Mrs. Wilhel menia Heyward of Florence am Mrs. Bonnie K. Briggs of New York City. JOHNSONVILLE W. Wal- lace Altman of Johnsonville, a past president of the South Car- olina Rural Letter Carriers' As- sociation, died Monday night after a long illness in the Vet- erans Administration Hospital in Charleston. He was 62. Funeral services will be con- ducted at 4 p.m. Thursday in First Baptist Church here by grandchildren and a number of I Rev. Fitzhugh Sanders and great grandchildren and great- great grandchildren. for FREE Evaluation Come By or Write YOUNG'S HEARING SERVICE 111 N. Colt St. Other S. C. Deaths John Paul Kelly, Columbia. Mrs. Sarah Anne Phillips, Lancaster. Mrs. T. R. Waring Jr. Charleston. Mrs. D. M. George. Aiken. A. G. Brewer, Lake View. G. C. Snider, Ridgeland. C. C. Chavis, Hartsville. Mrs. Archie Forth, Lexing- ton. E. K. Sncad Sr., Greenwood. Mrs. J. P. Williams, Me Connells. W. R. Lcavell, Chappclls. j John Furman Thomason, Spartanburg. Mrs. Nancy Scanland. White Rock. Mrs. H. N. Klnard, Smoaks. Rev. Hampton I. Perry. Burial, directed by Morris Funeral Home, will be in Trinity Ceme- tery. Pallbearers will be John Hen- ry Altman, John Henry Chand- ler, Dr. A, M. DeCamp, J. B. Richardson, Terrell Epting and A. L. Poston. Honorary bearers will be members of the Masonic Lodge, American Legion, Rural Let- ter Carriers' Association, and Men's Bible Class of the First Baptist Church. Mr. Altman was a son of the late Ralston S. and Dora Wallace Altman of Johnsonville. He spent most of his life in Johnsonville. He was a retired rural let- ter carrier and past president of the state association. He was a veteran of World War H and served in the U. S. Navy as Tass Report Says Greeks Planning Coup in a chief radar technician and previously with the U. S. Ma- rine Corps. He was a member of the First Baptist Church i where he had served as super-; intendent of the Sunday on the board of deacons and MOSCOW (AP) The officia a teache- [Soviet news agency Tass m a Mr Altman was past wor. report circulated Tuesday nigh shipful master of the Durham! been authorized tc Masonic Lodge No. 194. He was state that Greek leaders, sup- a charter member and past by the United States, are commander of American Legion planning d efct in cy Post No. 144 in Johnsonville. prus. The Greek leaders were He was past chef-de-gare identified. Winyah Voiture No. 1354 of the. Forty and Eight. Altman attended Trinity! High School, The Citadel and; the University of South Caro-j lina. Surviving are the widow, Mrs. Burgess Langston Altman of the home; a son, W. W. Altman! Jr. of Johnsonville; two daugh-j ters, Mrs. Wayne Turbeville of] Marion and Miss Mary L. Alt- man of Winthrop College; two sisters, Mrs. Roy C. Pittman of Clearwater, Fla., and Mrs. E. D. Buskirk of Lebanon, Va.; four brothers, Athol G. Altman of Garden City Beach, Ralph S. Altman of Okinawa, Francis M. Altman of Oriental, N. C., and E. V. (Billy) Altman of Johnsonviile; and five grand- children. PflLMETT DRIVE IN THIATRt STARTS AT DUSK BROUGHT SACK BY DEMAND Can they ittal the Sound? TIE Barge Knocks Out Section Of Causeway NEW ORLEANS (AP) A barge splashing through the darkness on Lake Pontchartram thudded into the 23.8-mile Causeway early today, closing New Orleans main traffic link north for at least a week. The empty barge, pushed by the towboat McHenry, knocked a 56-foot section down upon it- self, and another 56-foot section probably must be replaced, bridge officials said. But no one was hurt. Impact came 8% miles from the New Orleans or south end of the highway on stilts the world's longest bridge so long the earth's curvature makes it impossible to see either shore from the midpoint. Malcolm N. Stein, general manager of the Causeway, said the tugboat pilot had admitted being asleep at the McHenry's wheel at a.m. when the barge hit the bridge. Fortunately, no vehicle traffic was in the immediate area of the two-lane Causeway, at the end of the south traffic turnar- ound. However, it was near. the point where six persons died after another barge rammed the J51-million Causeway and a Greyhound bus fell into the shallow, muddy lake June 16, 1964. J.E. Walters, president of re-Stressed Concrete Inc. ol ansville, a nearby town on the orth side of the lake, said it ould be hard to estimate the tic ost of repair. has been highly Walters company built the decorated by the government Three Arrested On Rape Charge In Florence Three Florence area youths have been arrested on a rape charge, it was reported Tues- day in the Florence County Sheriff's Department. Arrested and charged with raping a 20-year-old woman were Robert King, 17, Willie Lee King, 19, and Curtis Kelly 20, all of Rt. 3, Florence. They were lodged in the Florence County jail Tuesday. The incident allegedly occur red, according to Deputy Sher iffs Ray Shupe, Leo Hawkins and Eddie Hicks, Saturday around 11 p.m. in a house or the Pamplico Highway. WANTED TO BUY Old clocks and jewftlry, alia pictures, maps and okl books printed before Phone 669-7753 O'Neil's Antique Shop 355 W. Palmetto Florence ktrEWUTIEYEIETT THEATRES E-L-V-I-S I All New Delight "DOUBLE TROUBLE" Fun in Color Barnyard Babes! I Hot Bod Llkker! "WHITE LIGHTNING ROAD" in Color .E.L-V.I.S All New IVllttll "DOUBLE TROUBLE" Fun in Color Gun BltzJnf! Clint Eastwood "For A Few Dollars MORU" In Color. _ JULIE ANDREWS CAPRI FUN "MILUE" .Z All Seat. CHAKlOnf Dally t MS p.m JULIAN DUSENBURY Veteran Honored Dusenbury Is Honored By Veterans A group of World War H vet- erans in Florence staged a 4th of July celebration Tuesday in honor of Julian Dusenbury, an ex-major in the U. S. Marine Corps who was disabled in the ar. Dusenbury was the honored guest at ceremonies held at the home of G. 0. Boone by resi- dents of the 800 block of Park Ave. The disabled veteran was met at his home by children from the block carrying an American flag who escorted him to the ceremony. The veterans dress- ed in remnants of their old uni- forms for the occasion which was highlighted by a speech from Dusenbury on courage. About 45 people from the block participated, including a number of youngsters who led in the pledge to the flag in the company auseway in 1956 and is in barge of constructing a new, wo-lane causeway parallel to he present one that will permit afer, one-way traffic. for his role in the war and at- tempts have been made to pre- sent him with the Congression- al Medal of Honor, a spokesman of the group said. T-O D AY ST YOUR FLORFNCF FEATURES AT CHARLES K FELDMAN'S CASINO ROYALE PETER SELLERS URSULA ANDRESS DAVID NIVEN DEBORAH KERR FEATURES AT NOKt FIRST SHOW! P.M. AN EXPLOSIVE STORY OF TODAY! MARLON rBRANDO fKOOUCTIOH Of IN COLOR OPEN SHOW FEATURE LAST TIME TONIGHT Hotinpdm HOTHOOB TO HSU ;