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Florence Morning News (Newspaper) - July 6, 1970, Florence, South Carolina2 _ monday july 6, 1970 Junr Stltt forecast showers Are due monday Over Southern Texas Utah Nevada and parts of adjoining states and in a wide Belt from Eastern Wyoming through the Western lakes area. It will be Cool in the Northeast and Northwest and warmer elsewhere. A pee Dee weather partly loudly and mild partly Cloudy and mild is the pee Dee forecast for today a . Weather Bureau report said last night. The High today will be in the mid 80s and the Low tonight will be in the upper 60s. Winds will be northerly at five to ten Miles an hour. Tomorrow s Outlook Calls for partly Cloudy skies and a Little warmer with a High of 90. A Large High pressure system entered Over Kentucky and Tennessee has pushed somewhat cooler and less humid air into the Pec Dee area ending the heat wave conditions of the last week. This High is expected to dominate the notice of sealed bid Sale the Board of trustees of Florence county school District no. 2 is advertising for Sale by sealed bid the following described property. One Frame building located on the Pamplico elementary school grounds near the school gymnasium. The sealed bids for this pro Perly will be received at the office of the school District superintendent in Pamplico South Carolina., and must Belin inc superintendent s office by. . July 16, 1970. Bids will be opened Al the regular Board meeting at . On july 16, 1970. The Board reserves the right to reject any and All bids. If the highest bid is accepted by the Board pay ment in full will be required and the highest bidder must remove inc building and All debris from the grounds by August 15, 1970. L. G. Hanna chairman of the Board of trustees Florence county District no. 2 masonic notice the. Regular communication of Hampton Lodge no. 2m of m will be held at the masonic Temple on monday evening july 6th at o clock to con duct the regular affairs of the Lodge. Pee Dee weather through mid week but temperatures will be Gin to Rise again tuesday. Weather information for the 24-Noui period ending 8pm. Yesterday. Temperatures highest 85, Normal High 91 lowest 75, Normal Low 70 mean a Normal mean in precipitation yesterday 0, this month 0 tool for year 16.33, Normal for month 6 2j. Humidity 8 . 74, 2 . 58, 8 .65 Sun Moon today Sunrise . Sunset Moonrise Moonset tides tides later than Myrtle Bench and Ocean drive Georgetown Light add 45 minutes Murrells Inlet and Garden City Odd 35 minutes Charleston Odd 30 minutes Row Leys Island add 20 minutes. Myrtle Beach Ocean drive tides . . Monday High launch set Lima Peru a the big jest ship Ever built in cargo be Bunche d in Lima july 15, the Navy announced. July tuesday july 7 wednesday july 3 thursday july 9 Hridoy july 10 sol urday july 11 sunday july 12 monday july 13 Low High Tow High Low Hish Low High Low High Low High Low High Low River bulletin station fid Sage Dale Hal Cage pre Camden 23 3 5.0 m .5 Cheraw 30 5 2 4 my 5 Convoy 7 2 1 3 m 3 elfin whom 14 2 2.4 i Kingstree 12 2 6.7 .3 pee Dee 19 2 3.3 .9 River statement scattered showers and Thunder Shower occurred yesterday and last night wit some moderate to heavy Rains reported All Rivers Are below flood stage. Lake Levels Clark Hill 326 8 Leel about 3 Lei blow Normal Pool level Lake Hortwell 657.1 Leet about feel below Normal Pool level Lake Greenwood 439.5 Lect 2 Lei Clow Lull slog. Lake Murray 356.2 feet about 4 fee below full Slage Wateree Pond 96.8 feet about 3 Lei Lelow full stage. Lake Marion 75 5 feel about i1 act below Lull stage. Lake Moultrie 75 3 feet in below full stage Lake winds will be North cry northwesterly at 5 to 15 Miles an hour. Mrs. Mcnair Back in state from England Columbia a gov. And mrs. Robert e. Mcnair arrived ack from a week s visit in England sunday and he said we Are delighted to be Back in South Mcnair noted on arriving at he mansion about ., not that it is . By he clocks we be been on. We plan to retire and get some the Mcnairs were in England o invite the Queen Mother a Leep Lechase fan to visit South Carolina in november for the inaugural running of the Colon Ial cup at Camden. The cup and other races o the planned program will b run in conned Ion with the state s tricentennial. Tuesday Mcnair will be ii Washington to testify on highe education before a Specia House subcommittee. Wednesday he leaves for Den ver colo., and a three a meeting of the education com Mission of the states. Cyril Busbee South Carolina superintendent of education is to make the Denver trip with Mcnair. Holiday weekend Road accidents claim 70 by the associated press traffic mishaps taking Al 10 lives were the major Weller As South Carolina counted at least 15 accidental deaths during the Independence Day weekend. Eligible master two 18-year-old youths i masons Are requested to attend. A. B. Mclaughlin . I Rives King. Sec. Only 3, 5, dial Dean Stribling of travel ers rest and Donald Wayne Turner of Greenville were killed when their car smashed into a a cramp while swimming in Lake Greenwood. The Marietta youth drowned while swimming with friends in a fishing Pond. Lightning struck and killed mrs. Liddy Mae Brown 41, out Side her Home at Greenwood. James Henry Hutchinson 47, succumbed i n a fire that destroyed his Home at Calhoun Falls. James Turner 43, of Wall about a mile North of Greenville. Tile Kev. And mrs. Richard Carter of Chester each 42, and their two children Katie Marie. 16, and Donald 7, died in a wreck on .s.c. 72 at the line. The crash involved a bread truck and another Auto. Traffic mishaps each leaving one dead claimed these victims Bennie Green it. 2, , a two car wreck near Summerton. Daniel Johnson 31, of Aynor hit by a truck near was Kinda when Nib farm tractor overturned on him Legal notice notice is hereby Given ill at the undersigned intends to apply Lotha South Carolina alcoholic beverage control commission for a License to operate a retail liquor store 204 Cedar Street Lake City South Carolina under the provisions of the alcoholic beverage control acl of 1945. E. A. Who flock june 27, 29 july reports breaking thefts during weekend a Florence woman reported to police during the week end that her Home had been entered during the night and a to set had been stolen the woman e 1 o i s e Mccullum of 112 w. Liberty St., said she was away from her Home during the night ant when she returned saturday morning she noticed her front door had been forced and apparently the Only thing mining from the House was a to Sci. Detective w. A. Wiggins is continuing the investigation into the alleged burglary and to theft. Ihui Wocl cafeteria Florence mall lunch and dinner specials today s special Spaghetti with ice Len mint m soon. 1 tossed salad 1 French bread 1 Tea or children under 12 Only 85c on above special when accompanied by parents. Daily meaty in special Knox 25, of Murrells Intel in a two car Accident in Georgetown count it. Hughes 8-year-old columbian hit by a car while Riding his bicycle. Drowning victims Early in the weekend that began at i . Thursday and ended at Midnight sunday were Robert Thomas 22, it. 2, due West and lame Bragg 16, of Marietta. Officers said Young men Buffet luncheon monday wide selection to select from Only Sheraton motor inn 1-95 and Hwy. Lunch i 2 dinner 5 til 8 open every Day Florence Phillip Uzdawinis Russ Nicherson. Deaths and funerals Thomas d. Caporossi requiem mass for Thomas d. Capotosti will be held at 10 . Monday in St. Ann s Catholic Church by father and father burial directed by Waters funeral Home will be in mount Hope cemetery. Active bearers will b e William Weddington Armand g. Mcdonald Robert j Ammirati James Burch sgt. Walter d. Miller r o o e Brown James j. Al Dodge and Gene Hinkle. Or. Capotosti 43, died thurs Day in Willimantic Cono. Of a heart attack. Lee Gregory Keith society Hill Lee Gregory Keith two Day old son of or. And mrs. Clyde Keith died saturday in a Florence Hospital. Graveside services directed by Belk King funeral Home were conducted at 5 . Sun Day in Welch Baptist Church by Rev. Morgan Rodgers. Surviving in addition to the parents Are three Brothers Dennis Tony and Toby Keith All of the Home a sister Daphine maternal and mrs. Keith of the Home grandparents or. Society Hill grandparents George Edwards of and paternal or. And mrs. Hurch near Sumter by Edward s. Haney and Jessie Keith of society Hill. T. C. Dubose or. Funeral services for Thomas Halmers Dubose sr., retired Armer of Florence will be conducted at 4 . Monday in he Hebron presbyterian Rev. Rev. Parker. Burial directed by Stoudenmire funeral Home will be in the Church cemetery. Pallbearers will be Andrew Munn Crawford Munn buddy Prosser Tommy Dubose David Dubose and de Pease. Or. Dubose 79, died Satur Day afternoon in a Florence nursing Home after being in declining health for some time. James Turner funeral services for Jam Surner of Pamplico. Will be held an 4 . Monday n the Rehoboth methodist Church in Horry county by eve. Charles Jeffcoat and the Rev. Truluck Johnson. Burial directed by Stoudenmire under Al Home will be in the Church cemetery. Pallbearers will be Leverne Urner Charles Toner j. K. Barnhill a. W. Barnhill n. W. Lishie Paul Mishoe Marshall Turner and Gene Cook. Or. Turner 48, was fatally injured in a tractor Accident on is farm near Pamplico Satur a morning. Mrs. Arrowsmith Kingstree mrs Lizabeth Brown Arrowsmith r., died saturday at her Home. Funeral services will be con acted at 5 . Monday in aint Albans episcopal. Burial reeled b y Williamsburg funeral Home will follow in Williamsburg cemetery. Mrs. Arrowsmith was born in Ane a daughter of the late enry pc Den and r h o d a Ccollough Brown. She was a adult a o f Queen Chicora ollege and taught school in no Strep. She was a member Saint Albans episcopal Church. Surviving Are two daughters mrs. Grayson g. Han aha n of Charleston and mrs. Jeff z. Sihanouk said guilty gets death order phenom penh Cambodia a a military tribunal found Prince Norodom Sihanouk guilty sunday of treason and sentenced him in absent a to death. A civilian court president and four military warrant officer two lieutenants and a the decision after 40 minutes of deliberation. The former chief of state re Mains abroad last reported in peking and has formed a government in exile which frequently Calls on cambodians to overthrow the regime which took Over March 18. Sihanouk was found guilty on nine counts ranging from eco nomic sabotage to treason. The trial lasted three Days. The Prince was defended by Khim Chee one of Cambodia s most respected trial lawyers who was appointed by the court. The defense argued that the military tribunal was not entitled to try Sihanouk because he is a member of the Royalty and protected by the still existing Laws of the kingdom. Khim Chee held that what Sihanouk did before March 18 was done for Cambodia s neutrality. Charges that he then consorted with the enemy and thus was a traitor were not valid because the North vietnamese and the Viet Cong then were not consid ered the enemy the defense at Torney said. Why is Sihanouk on Khim Chee asked. Why not some Cabinet ministers and members of the National As the defense claimed that Sihanouk s acts before his Over throw were constitutional and As head of state he acted to pre serve neutrality. Any charges concerning his acts after the overthrow were hearsay and not admissible in court Khim knee said. He argued for example that tape recordings alleged to be Sihanouk speaking from peking and calling on toe people to re Volt against Premier Lon nol s government also were Ina miss Able. The court Khim Chee added had no Means of telling whether the voice was that of Sihanouk or someone imitating the defense concluded by asserting that the court must re member that Sihanouk was the founder of cambodian Independence and that the historical Points in his favor outweighed any negative charges including the Flimsy charges in this stranded or. Merlin Wilton surveys damage to his Sailboat that was beached on the seawall in new Orleans by Hurricane Force winds that ripped across Lake Pontchartrain saturday. Or. Wilson his wife and child and two other passengers escaped injury As High winds capsized numerous boats. Today tobacco production i in Florence . Of courthouse and All other county and agencies closed except for sheriffs department. . Florence rotary c us meeting at the Florence country. Club. . Pee Dee kiwanis club meeting at the Holiday inn downtown. . Florence Exchange club meeting at the Colonia hotel. . Alcoholics Anonymous meeting at the a Assembly Hall at 413 s. Church St. . Alcoholics Anonymous meeting at the Palmetto Center. Controls renewal asked Raleigh a Harry b. Caldwel a Long time state farm Leader sunday urged flue cured tobacco growers to vote for continuation of production controls and Market development pro Grams in referendums to be held july 16. The referendums May Well be the most important Ever held for tobacco growers said card new who is executive vice president of the banners cooperative Council of North Carolina. Government farm programs Are under attack and efforts Are being made for their Termina Caldwell said in a state ment. A Large vote on the 16th and Strong support for the quota and Price support program will help prevent the destruction of pro Grams that Are so essential to Farmers and the entire econ flue cured growers will vote on whether to continue acreage poundage productions control for the next three years. Farm ers of the Carolinas also will port of tobacco associations which works to promote Export Sale of flue cured Leaf. In each referendum approval by two thirds of those voting is Reede for the Issue to carry. Brooker of Palo Alto Calif. A son John Francis Arrowsmith or. Of Clinton two Sisters mrs. County workers take Holiday off on monday while most working people in Florence observed the fourth of july holidays some starting As Early As Friday at least one group of employees will have their Holiday on monday. Women Cross barricades mass with food in Belfast 1 contestants Start Long week Belfast Northern Ireland or. Monaghan mar chef slur Florence Excel the county sheriff s department Walton j. Mcleod Walterboro and mrs. Harris of Augusta or. Louis a. Brother Henry Pecten Brownjr. Of Lane and a grandchild. Miss Alice Morris Dillon Morris 78, of miss route Alice 2, died sunday in a local Hospital after a Long illness. Funeral services will be con ducted at 10 . Tuesday in the Chapel of dotting i am funeral Home. Burial will be in plea san Grove Baptist Church. Surviving Are a number of icicles and nephews. Which never takes a Holiday i officially observe a Holiday on monday when practically everyone else will be Back on their routine schedules. In South Carolina except or Law enforcement officers City state and Federal Agency departments observed the Legal Sliday on Friday since a dependence Day fell on a weekend year. But Florence county employees worked regular hours riday and will observe the Sliday on monday resuming heir Normal working routines m tuesday. All offices in the county courthouse and other county agencies elsewhere will be Clos monday except the office which never de on sheriff s closes. Magistrates their constables and other emergency related agencies will be available for duty monday on basis however. A standby Dine dance nightly Superb meals and pleating the tale of the Fox in Street live entertainment nicely featuring Mel Hattum combo plane crash fatal to doctor Charlotte . Or. B. P. Lentz 44, was killed Satur Day morning when his single engine aircraft crashed near Wilmington Del. Funeral services directed Byj Harry and Bryant funeral Home of Charlotte ., will by conducted at 3 a. Monday in Christ lutheran Church in Charlotte. Surviving Are his wife mrs. Marilyn Fisher Lente a son two daughters and a brother Henry c. Lents of Florence. A in Kitchen aprons and their Church going Best a column of women pushed aside military barriers sunday and brought food into the riot torn roman Catholic Falls Road District of Belfast. They Sang we shall not be moved As they marched. Brit ish infantrymen watched in silence. The women catholics them selves came from other parts of Belfast. Troops imposed a curfew Seal ing off the area Friday r get during renewed Street righting in which seven persons were dulled. Some Falls Road House weds whose families barred from stores outside the District were running Low on rations. Neigh Biring bottles of milk and loaves of read and lugging bags of food. They marched out of the area a half hour later in All 12 persons have been filled in two weekends of Lel ast rioting stemming Fum the bitter animosity Between h Cath Ern Ireland s Catholic and pro est ants. The protestants not involved in the latest out burst which began afer troops discovered to Cucha alls Road. We said we would the curfew if i. Was not Vars. Dolly 61-Vi-ar id widow win is Pul he March. They mow us Clown Ould and they conk i f c an As

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