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Florence Morning News (Newspaper) - July 12, 1970, Florence, South Carolina2-a sunday july 12, 1970 a Fri talks continued from i age 1a on the Mideast Rogres criticized the soviet Union deepen involvement in the Arab israeli conflict. Are concerned with the creeping nature of Russia s deployment of Sams surface to air missiles toward the canal he said. The whole world the seriousness of the this appeared to be a refer ence to the danger of direct clashes Between israeli aircraft and soviet personnel. Rogers stressed the United states has never thought in terms of expelling soviet personnel from egyptian territory. The idea of . Action to Force the russians out of Egypt emerged from a recent High level administration briefing to newspaper executives in the United states. Rogers re affirmed that the latest american peace Initia Tive calling for a temporary cease fire would permit the Start of peace negotiations. Receives scholarship William c. Mcneill or. Of Florence a Sophomore at Clemion University it recipient of a scholarship for the 1970-71 academic year. Provided by the David Schwartz foundation of the Jonathan Logan co., Mcneill is a textile chemistry major and the son of or. And mrs. W. Mcneill of Florence. Xetheas says opponents won t debate Dillon . A segregationist a. W. Red Bethea the Independent party candidate for governor said saturday he does t think his Republican and democratic opponents have the intestinal fortitude to debate Bethea said he would debate ithe two men congressman i Albert Watson the Republican i and it. Gov. John West time the fiery Dillon county Farmer an unsuccessful candidate for the democratic gubernatorial nomination in 1962, said he also doubted the sincerity of the stands taken by the two major parties against desegregation suits filed against 10 South Carolina school districts last week. Mrs. Dowell Gamdy Hartsville mrs. Dowell Gandy sr., 73, died saturday afternoon in a local Hospital after a Short illness. Funeral services will be con at by ducted monday at 4 . Emannuel Baptist Church the Rev. Milton Frazier. Burial will be in Magnolia cemetery directed by Brown Pennington Atkins funeral Home. Mrs. Gandy was born in Darlington county and before marriage was miss Coela Tyner a daughter of the late Lames Calhoun and Sallie Lundy Tyner. She was a member of Emmanuel Baptist Church and was superintendent of the beginners department of the sunday school. She was a member of the . And an Active member of the child s evangelism association. Surviving Are four daughters mrs. E. Jack Louella Smith mrs. Thomas Ruby Carter. Mrs. James l. Sally Kaile All of Hartsville and mrs. T. Catherine Melton of it. Pleasant four sons .1. Gandy Howard Gandy and Lawrence Gandy All o f Artsy ill and .1. Dowell Gan by or. Of it. Pleasant two brothels Lim Tyner of Cayce and Marion h. Tyner or. Of Hartsville 21 grandchildren and 12 great grandchildren. Friends May Call at he residence at 511 Douglas ave. Addison Barker Thomasville n. Addison Hoby Barker 79, of 406 Morton st., died at City memorial Hospital saturday afternoon. Funeral services will be con ducted monday at 2 . At the .1. Green and sons Chapel with Rev. A. S. Morefield and Liev. 0. E. Evans officiating. Burial will be in Holly Hill cemetery. Surviving Are his wife the former miss Melella Stafford of the Home one daughter. Mrs. Raymond Liobov Barker or. Mrs. Johnson was born in Florence county a daughter Ofle Harper the late Tom and Leah Richardson Williams and the widow of Samuel Johnson. She was an Active member of cum Berland United methodist Church for More than 40 years participating in the following organizations senior choir women s society of Christian service stewardess Board and the executive Secretary of the Church for a number of years. Mrs. Johnson was a grand officer of the a Mutual Aid society. Survivors include two sons Lee Johnson Florence and Palmer Johnson Brooklyn n. Grimes of of Florence Barker of Thom Asville and Trio Casville one son Addison s. Two Brothers Charlie Arthur Barker of Donnellon a and two grandchildren. Mrs. Hattie Johnson funeral services for mrs. Ballard st., will be conducted monday at p . At the Walter e. Harper Darlington Walter e. Hattie Williams Johnson 507 Harper sr., 82, died saturday morning in a Darlington Hospital after a Short illness. Cumberland United methodist i graveside services will be Church Stokes. By the burial Rev. W. Directed Smith s funeral Home will be in methodist cemetery. Conducted sunday at . In Grove Hill cemetery by the Rev. William King and the Rev. Or. Ralph Cannon. Burial will be directed by Kistler mrs. Johnson died Home morning in a local Hospital. Or. Harper was born in y. A sister mrs. Harrold Florence Mable n d a brother Palmer Williams new York n. Y. Jodi Phillips hahtsv1lle funeral services for Jodi Marlene Phillips one Day old daughter of Ralph and Lynn Braddock Phillips will be conducted from the graveside in Magnolia cemetery sunday at 11 . By Bishop Leroy Braddock. Burial will be directed by Brown Pemnington Alkins funeral Home. Surviving besides her parents Montgomery county n. C., a son of the late William Thomas and Nancy Martin he moved to Darl Harper. In ton county in 1899 and later graduated from what is now Campbell College in Buie s Creek n. He served in the u. S. Army during world War i and was a member of the Central Baptist Church of Darlington. He was an insurance agent for Many years retiring in 1956. Surviving Are his wife mrs. Ehrline minis Harper two sons Walter e. Harper or. Of Palmdale calif., and William m. Haprer of sister mrs. I. Darlington v. Frances Campbell of Kingstree two half Ruth Phillips sister of the april Home Lynn the paternal grandparents or. And mrs. Leo Phillips of Wilmington n. The maternal grandparents or. And mrs. Johnny Braddock of Hartsville the paternal great grandparents or. On mrs. L. B. Phillips of Nichols the maternal great Grandfather Wallace Braddock of Charlotte n. And the maternal Greot grandmother mrs. M i n n i e Kitchen of Provo. Utah. I i there is Comfort in Beauty. The Smith funeral Home often the Moil modern equipment and the finest Sloff dedicated to personal service. Whenever you Call the Smith funeral Home whether for information or immediate assistance you can always be Cis ured that an experienced member of the staff is within Coll. A loss in the family brings unfamiliar problems to most people bul our staff is ready to assume these problems As soon As we Are colled. It is the policy of this firm that no family regardless of circumstances need deny itself the satisfaction of our service. There will always dignity Beauty and rever ence. The years of experience and service in this Community is your Assurance then every Smith funeral memorial will always he a service to be remembered. In times of your family crisis Call funeral fee Rice flour lorb disc rec it in Job cult .42.7192 phone Roii Drnec 467.7305 Sisters mrs. Ralph Blackwell of spartan Burg and mrs. Beau Thomasine Harmon of Barnwell three half Brothers t. Harper or. Of Wallace. N. C., Robert m. Harper of new Ellenton and Paul r. Harper of High Point n. A four grandchildren and two great grandchildren. The family suggest that in lieu of Flowers that memorials be sent to the heart fund. Evans Brown funeral services for Evans Brown of 525 n. Boyd st., will be conducted monday at 3 . At Salem United methodist Church with Rev. L. Mcclam officiating. Burial directed by the Ideal funeral parlor will be in the Church cemetery. Or. Brown died thursday night at his Home after a Long illness. He was an employee of the Seaboard coast line Railroad for a number of years. Surviving Are his wife mrs. Doll Brown of the Home six i children mrs. Lillian self of new Haven conn., William Brown of Newark n. J., mrs Annie r. Harley mrs. Gather Icen Beck miss Gwendolyn Brown and Charlie Brown All of Florence his step Mother mrs. Rosa Brown of Florence nine Sisters mrs. Nora Spears mrs. Kiddie Brown mrs. Elease Mason mrs. Ella Green mrs Mildred Harrison mrs. Bessie Mae Brown All of Florence mrs. Mary Williams of Baltimore md., mrs. Ivory Gill Stie of Brooklyn n. Y. And mrs Amelia King of Brooklyn fish kill North Carolina wildlife department officials dip dead fish from a stretch of the Yadkin River South of Winston Salem. It was the third fish kill within a month that has struck at 20-mile stretch of the River and indications Are that it might be the most extensive. Officials say the kill apparently was caused by. A three mile Long slug of organic Woodland fires hit acres a total of acres of Woodland were burned in the Florence District during the past fiscal year which ended june 30, according to Al Kunz District forester. In the six counties which comprise the District Kunz said there were 899 fires destroying tha Vallab e Tim Berlanca of the pee Dee Irea. He said the fires averaged burning 4.5 acres per fire. City appoints new policeman a new police officer officially assumed duties this weekend As a patrolman according to an announcement by Florence an d i budding housing the Carolina police chief Melvin d. Adams frustrations of Commerce at the Florence county departments Ter Section of South Dargan a vacancy offices moved to open monday amid a confusion personal certain amount of transferred unpacking to the former 27 arrested in series of drug raids Columbia series of raids has resulted in the arrest of 23 people on drug charges 20 of them said by officers to be pushers of main line drugs such As cocain and heroin. We must get at the sources of Harry t. Snipes City detective Captain said after the pre Dawn Friday raids. It does no Good to Send a Young kid to jail when we catch him smoking marijuana or Tak ing Bonds for the 23 More and ranged from to according to chief j. P. Strom of the state Law enforcement division. Strom said the illegal value of one Batch of narcotics confiscated was about Snipes predicted More such raids. Strom said Federal state and local officers worked for weeks before staging their raid. State charges were filed against 20 and Federal charges against three. Or agencies will be open for business at 9 . Monday but at new locations. The six county departments Are those which have been hurriedly moved or relocated from their former addresses on in his annual report to the North South Carolina state com Mission of forestry Kunz said. Even though the District had i Large acreage burned we protected More than a million acres of Woodland in the the forester s report showed 143 fires in Darlington county burning 516.0 acres 91 fires in Dillon county burning 220.7 acres 237 fires in Florence county burning acres 207 fires in Horry burning .803.3 acres 81 fires Iri Marion coun. To burning 194.9 acres and 14fl fires in Marlboro burning 788 streets which were in building being demolished to make room for construction of the City county Complex. The major moving and relocating processes commenced Early thursday morn ing according to Clyde Barnes county manager. He said the six agencies be moved lock Stock and but not necessarily fully settled Down to Normal b i n is s routines by monday. Street and National cemetery Road. Court they include of Florence family county fill created by the resignation of Palm. W. L. Brown who resigned his position to become a Florence county Deputy sheriff elms married and the Florence county office of the state s Pardon parole and pro Bation department and the i of two Chi Dren is Florence county Board voter registration office. Dar residing temporarily in ton. But expects two departments Are i to relocated in a bumming in men Young Escapee being sought a Youthful Escapee from a state reformatory was being Florence county Dur ing the weekend based on official notification from Colum Bia that a Lake City inmate soon i had escaped. The youth police said was downtown Florence at 177 guard Evans st., next door of the John g. Of j director for a to station and Richards school for boys economic opportune to Leo and the Florence county tax recent a a pfc car p l to lev Are More recently had been engage office of eci a e ectrial and elec sonics work on a Maior project completed in Darl i assessor s office. County. I m. E is officially Possum the Florence county fool Rel local police duties saturday stamp office is re Oca de in a hip Adams sad brining the space in the rear of Arricau Ture by loins 01 throb departments have been i Street. South o n n e files. To Iee 50 of Syrus Columbia one of the state s several penal institutions Tot juveniles. According t o information Avail a e late saturday a f Orenco the youth who was to Laree is a naive of it r e 5 i d e in the Lake four arrested in connection with breaking ight Brothers Nathon Bill Gregg Johnny Cecil Brown Neil Eddie Brown Elijah and Robert Thomas and ten n. Y. Brown Brown Brown Thomas All o Florence grandchildren. Mrs. Ola Gibbs mrs. Ola Connor Gibbs of 1209 Waverly ave. Died Satur three men and a woman were arrested Early saturday morning by Florence police on charges linked with an alleged breaking of store building which has been closed for sometime police reported. Frank Hicks 38. Of Florence charged with housebreaking i a warrant issued b magistrate w. E. Babe Mcleod based upon a formal affidavit sworn by detective w. A. Wiggins. In addition to Hicks three other Florence area persons also were arrested charged As accessories to the alleged break in. They were Allen Ray Turner. 23, Alford Langston 37, and a Young woman identified As Barbara Hatchell 18, All of Florence area addresses. The four were arrested and lodged in the City jail about ., saturday. Cpl. Harmon Wood Palm. Jack Hyman Palm. L. A. Warden and Palm. E. Howell converged on Hie area of Hunt s Corner the name by which the former sundry Type business was known. It has been closed for sometime pen Ding final settlement of Hunt s estate who is deceased. Police said Hicks was the first suspect apprehended hav ing been arrested in the i mediate proximity of the building. The other Throe were apprehended within minutes police said. Magistrate Mcleod set Bonds for the four suspects at each. Noted Counselor of Jack Ruby attorney Melvin Belli chiropractic Here is Melvin Belli s personal sworn testimony Tor chiropractic. For Over 30 years 1 have had Devastino and disabling headaches which made me Belli cose truculent controversial and just Plain disgusted with Lite. I have been to neurologists neurosurgeons Ortho pudists psychiatrists internal specialists healers of every sort no lasting Relief. Card of thanks mrs. Thomas Capotosti and family wish to convey their deepest gratitude for the Many indies pcs shown to them in heir recent bereavement. The Philo Sylphy of Cappy s Ife can Best be summed up in Eccles Isles cd. 3, 1 8. Day in a local Hospital after a was a Man of strength Short illness. Jand courage. He was always funeral services Are Complete and will be announced by Waters funeral Home. Are three Edward f. Surviving daughters mrs. King of Kansas City mo., mrs. W. M. Mann of Waffer Sboro Ark., and mrs. Raymond gon nil of Martinsville ind two sons m. Gibbs Tuscon Ark. And of Sumter two Brothers w. 1. Connor of Florence and .1. L. Charlotte n. Connor of ready and willing to face whatever god had in store for him. He bequeathed to his family a legacy of love a legacy that cannot to measured in worldly terms. We thank god for Candy and for his wonderful life and service to Rod and Man. The deep Faiumi in which he lived his Ordinary every Day life was a memorial that will live on in the hearts of All his friends. Everything imaginable 1 tried i drank like a Tigh. Sat under Sun lamps under Liot showers in cold tubs under Plum Trees and Money Trees communed with doctors priests judges friends All to no Avail As far As relieving my unbearable excruciating headaches. A headache in t blindness. A headache in t Quad Pliegia. A headache in t deafness. All the unfortunates suffering with their disabilities can still be Sweet people but with a simple everyday throbbing headache one can t at least i could t often alter being Curt to the first Telephone caller when i came to work in the morning. 1 knew that i should have stayed in bed that Day i would have made More friends by doing nothing than i did by coming to my office and fighting with everyone in it As a sort of self defense against my headaches. My headaches were destroying friendships and marriages and making me Light into judges and lawyers or anyone else who happened in the Range of one of my headaches. Finally after i had practically Given up i Hope i was in he Superior cout in Stockton. California when a chiropractor said that he would like to Check my neck j Seu if he could do anything about my headaches. I had been impressed with a Lia chiropractors had done in seemingly Hope less cases before for others but. For some reason. I had never considered chiropractic for my own headaches. I had tried everything else and i had even been in court with a number of chiropractors but we had been so immersed in our own particular problems at the time that we had t thought of my headaches Well the chiropractor a Rayed and adjusted me and for the Cost time in Over thirty years my headaches started to Dis they disappeared and now they Are completely gone in the initial period when i was just starting chiropractic care and having some recurrences of my headaches i was graciously passed from the hands of one chiropractor to another As i went about my. Trial Shedrie in various cities. Friendly chiropractors adjusted and relieved me in san Francisco Honolulu Phoenix. Oklahoma City los Angeles and new York. The motto. With these hands is a wonderful expression about a wonderful profession. What Mountain of pills stacks of instruments and the combined learning of almost every medical discipline could t do. Chiropractic has done. For me. Maybe i m by cd. But they were my headaches. And i Don t have them any longer. Nil Only was the chiropractic procedure basically the same everywhere but each chiropractor was genuinely and sincerely i crested in my specific complaint of headaches 1 and in me As an individual functioning human being. They were All Gra Cious and hospitable in their professional work and concerned with my general Well being. I know also that this concern was not for me Only bul also toward All their other patients As Well. I am convinced that a particular kind of Man goes into Chiro Pralic. One who is truly interested in serving and Healing his Tellow Man. Hopefully my words will be authoritative since i came from a family of my s and am supposed to be a septic. 1 Don t i Ili Cize medical doctors and i Don t deny the wonderful twentieth Century cures the transplants and the life giving sur Geries i Admire and appreciate what they can really do. I m supposed to know something about the different medical special lies bul i am really an expert Only in the lowly but Devastino chronic headache and its cure for me now thai i am Wilhour them for the first Lime in my adult life i know How disabling and Dev Asling headaches Are. I wonder How Many people do have headaches. Surely Many More than have toothaches and everyone has those at some time in their life. Headaches Are certainly More common than appendicitis broken Bones cardiac or nervous diseases and As com As the common indeed if the human race could be Reod irom the common cold and the lowly headache the abundance of gracious manners and smiles accorded All of us would to like a new Sun appearing in a cloudless sky after a Dren Clinn "1ii1 lie news vol. 3 no 1 As a Public service and in cooperation with life foundation free spine a rays Tiu. July or. D. Young chiropractic clinic 505 w. Palmetto Hwy. 76 Florence so. C

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