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Florence Morning News (Newspaper) - July 19, 1970, Florence, South Carolina2-a -.sunday. July 1970 Triin inuit Wpm 555-bed regional medical Center sought health planning Council Aims for new Hospital by Ralph Kinky morning news staff writer than 75 members of the Florence county medical society and 12 hospitals in pee Dee have contributed funds for hiring of a project director in a preliminary step toward the establishment of a pee Dee regional Hospital. Known As the pee Dee comprehensive health plan Ning Council the Effort has the approval advice and sup port of the office of the pee Dee economic develop Man District through which District through which according to or. John w. Schofield president of the Florence county medical society the purpose of the immediate hiring of a project director is to facilitate an application for Federal funds to finance a five year operational Grant. The director of the operational Grant then will take Over the duties of or become the project director he said. The preliminary step taken by the pee Dee Council was in june and since that time through the efforts of the Council and with the Coop Cra tips of the pee Dee develop ment and planning com Mission a health planning coordinator has been hired. About two weeks ago Bruce Holland a native of help d id guidance. Sex Columbia and a graduate of the health p Annig University of South Carolina Council has recommended the assumed the position of establishment of a coordinating the commissioner s a Hospital. It i also health services program in considering proposals for s the pee Dee with his head regional Laboratory and a quarters in Darlington. laundry of sorts the District under t h e com Mission with its advisory pee basically seeking to Dee comprehensive health assimilate information from planning Council Holland citizens of Sevon said the program is a new comprising the six pee Dee concept in health counties of Chesterfield dry Holland said several pro in ton Dillon f c r e e Powals have been referred to Marion and Marlboro the pee Dee comprehensive Holt and said the information health planning Agency the received will be submitted in ree Dee development and an application to the depart planning com Mission for ment of health education and welfare hew for an ional Grant. Explaining the use of the Grant the director said it will be used to conduct a comprehensive or in depth study of the total health needs in the Region. And to Tio the s Wil 1 mean a staff office space and operational expenses. Once the operational so rank is received Holland said an a b b r evicted questionnaire seeking knowledge of health problems and needs in the pee Dee will be circulated among the citizens. From this questionnaire it is hoped that areas of need both within and beyond the Scop of the Agency will be reflected he said. Citizens in the area will be asked to list the major problems such As funds Man Power better program plan Ning and coordination. Local ordinances legislation establishment of r e g Ion a 1 facilities such As regional Hospital laundry or Laboratory Holland said. After reviewing these pro the coordinator said they will be channelled to the committee working in thai particular Hollond said duplication of funds and equipment has been in few of the country and the Federal government Agency will try to eliminate such situations. Holland said comprehensive Heath planning As enacted by the 89th Congress was the first real move to achieve of Fetcie coordinated and cooperative action at Community level. In other words this is the last Chance for people to determine their own health needs. If the Daes not respond there is a possibility that the Federal government will Tell them what their seeds from informatics it will be our purpose to several main areas after which a committee will be formed to determine health problems from existing data or determine what Date is required to define the health problems t h e coordinator said. Speaking in Long terms Holland said the pro Gram will be seeking to bring together needs and the Best s1 vices no a the Way of medical treatment and patient care. The role off de Al a to stimulate he to support persons in thai o for their own health care he James and Eva Power died in James r. Powers or. Hemingway James r. Powers jr., two Day old son of Johnson Georgetown county memorial Hospital saturday afternoon. Graveside services will to conducted in Garden of Devo Tion cemetery at sunday directed by Morri funeral Home. Surviving besides the Parent Are the maternal grandparents or. And mrs. Richard Johnson of Hemingway the Paterna grandparents or. And mrs citizen of Florence com ing Here from Columbia in Tommy Powers of Ville the maternal Johnson great grandparents or. Ond mrs George Douglas of Hemingway and mrs. Eva Johnson of Georgetown the Paterna grandparents mrs. Leec e Powers of Johnsonville. H. M. Hunter Hunter obit Alicia h. M. Huster 69, of it. 1, Florence died saturday morn ing at his residence after Beim in declining health for Sverai funeral services will be con ducted at 11 . Monday in Waters funeral by or. Edward l. Byrd and Rev Doyle Jones. Email will be in f or enc memorial Garden or. Hunter a native of Marshall h. C., was a son of the late i lard k. Ana Ossie Guthrie Hunter. A had been a area Man from injuries Darlington a Tim Mansville area resident injury Chi in a automobile Accident near Lamar on july 11, died Santur play morning in a Florence Hospital. Darlington county Coroner Del Ned Hobbs said Willie Washington of lit. 2, Timmonsville died saturday afternoon of injuries received is the Accident. Two other persons also in i Irod in the Accident hospitalized is Florence. The Coroner said the one car Accident occurred a Short distance from Lamar on secon Dary Road 45 and 10 on july h. An inquest is planned or. Hobbs said. Esso Oil company in the main ten Aiice service department. He was a member of the first Baptist Chur h and the Extension department of the sunday school. Surviving Are i wife mrs. Fielda Rabon Hunter of Florence a daughter mrs. Tony Mary Ann d a w s o n of Jacksonville Fla. Two. , Hardy t. Hunter and Robert k. Busier both of Florence four Sisters mrs. Joncie male Alf of Drake Beach va., mrs. Ola Ray of Mars Hill w. J. Lawrence Preston Mclaurin and Edwin 1935. Until retirement. Or. Mclaurin. Honorary bearers Hunter was employed with will be stewards of Central United methodist Church. Or. Mcmillan was born at Cheraw a son of the late w. W. And Mary e. E1 i x o n Mcmillan. He had lived in Florence most of his life and was a retired Engineer with the Atlantic coast line Railroad and a relied merchant. He was a member of Centra United methodist c h u r c 1 honorary Steward of the ensure the Julian Pendergrass bib lass and the lion s club. Surviving Are a brother mrs. Preston e. Mcmillan .0 Nina Belle Buckner of Florence a sister mrs. Be Marshall n. And mrs. Iat Ikin of Hampton a. And lumber of nieces and nephews Marion l. Collins Marion l. Collins 64, Mullins and formerly of Flo Rene died saturday morning a is Home after a Long illness. Funeral services will be con us Tell at 4 . Sunday a Jelk King funeral Home i Darington by r e v. J. T Garrett. Burial will be in m1 Hope cemetery in Florence. Or. Collins was born in Mullins a Soti of the late wait and Ella Johnson Collins. He Wes associate with Hunter motor co. In Florence for .1 years unil retirement. He had been living in Mullins for the Pas year Anil was a member of Emanuel Baptist Church. Surviving Are his wife mrs. Carol Prevatte Collins three sons Marion de Collins and Jack c. Collins both of Florence and chief m. Sgt. Jimmy l. Collins of los Angeles Calif. A daughter mrs. E. L. Virginia Sellers of Raleigh n. A brother Erl w. Collins of Mullins two Sisters mrs. Vic Myers of Mullins and mrs. Clyde Capps of Myrtle Beach la and a great grandchild. Pallbearers will be Jerome died saturday local Hospital Obera Brame of Asheville n. A brother h. A. Hunter of Connway and nine grandchild Iren. John Henry Rogers Dillon John Henry Rogers 79, morning at a after a Long illness. Funeral services will be con lulled at 5 . Sunday at cot i wham funeral Home. Buria vill be in Greenlawn cemetery. Surviving Are three sons Eorge Henry Rogers Harry Vic Neil Rogers and Thomas Dewey Rogers a l of Dillon to daughters mrs. A. W. Telhea o f Dillon and m r s. Bethea of Marirn if grandchildren and seven great grandchildren. G. Creighton Mullins funeral services for George c. Creighton who died in an Anderson Hospital Friday after an illness will be conduced sunday at 3 . At Cox Collins funeral Home by Rev. Gary Aiken. Burial will be in Devotion gardens. Raymnd d. Mcmillan Raymond d. Mcmillan 80, of 203 Kuker st., Florence died Al Liis residence Early saturday after Mae Gabriel a sister mrs. Nina Brown and 13 grandchildren. M. Grady Welch Darlington m. Grady Welch 85, of Darlington died saturday morning at his residence after a Long illness. Funeral services will be con ducted sunday at . At the first freewill Baptist Church by Rev. William d. Sealy and Rev. Roy player. Burial will be in Grove Hill cemetery directed by Kistler funeral Home. Or. Welch was bom in Seranton a son of the late Matthew m. Welch and Betsy Brown Welch. He has been a resident of Darlington for 34 years and was a member of the first freewill Baptist Church. Surviving Are his wife mrs. Rosa Feagin Welch of Darlington a son Eli m. Welch of Rockingham . Daughter mrs. Clara w. Arnes of Darlington a sister mrs. Lillie Welch of Camden free grandchildren and six great grandchildren. Roosevelt Depugh Timmonsville funeral services for Roosevelt Depugh vill be conducted at 4 . Sunday in Center Baptist Inch by Rev. Luca Samuel. Burial will be in the Ansbury cemetery directed y Bowman Howard funeral ome. Or. Depugh was born in Arlington county a son of the ate Western and Lula Depugh. E was a retired Farmer. Register a. J. Ford Vough Broome Johnny m c b r i d e William Mckenzie and Jack funeral services will be con ducted at 4 . Sunday in Central United m e i h o d i s 1 Church by Rev. Ii. Theron few. Burial directed b y Slon Denmire funeral Home Ivill be in it. Hope cemetery. Pallbearers will William Culberson be John jr., Russ v. Cuberson Ivon Mcmillan there is Comfort in Beauty. Members of the fire depart ment of Florence. Mrs. E. M. Williamson Darlington mrs. E. M. Williamson 87, of Mont Clare area of Darlington county died Friday night in a Darlington Hospital after a Long illness. Graveside services be relieve your family of that trying experience of making funeral arrange ments at the very hour of need. Think ing people now make funeral arrange ments ahead of time filing the instructions away for Safe keeping. It is a Comfort to know that one s family will be spared the added Burden of making last minute funeral arrange ments. For full details about our pre need plan Call Smith s funeral Home. N. Four Lobb utter by Fri fac office 662-7192 photos residence 669-7305 conducted sunday at i . In Grove Hill cemetery by Rev. Warren Wardlaw and Rev. Or. T. E. Simpson burial will be directed by Kistler funeral Home. Mrs. Williamson was bom in Darlington county a daughter full ten Adams Ervin. She graduated from Winthrop College in 1904 Anc tvs a life Long resident of Darlington county. She was a member of Darlington presbyterian Church. Surviving Are a son e. Surviving Are his wife mrs. Toy Depugh a son Isiah Pugh of Timmonsville a Aughter mrs. Mary Lee Ohnson of Patterson . Or grandchildren and five a brother Ooley Depugh of Darlington Sisters mrs. Janie Daniels tin Simonsville and mrs. Bridge play moves into final round players from As far away As Texas and Nassau moved through the second round of the first major Bridge tournament Ever to be played in Florence saturday. In All More than 220 players settled Down to the evidently serious of tournament play called by its director As the Only sporting event in the world where the participants pay to play and spectators get in free. Directed by Jerry Machlin of Washington d. C., a National director of the american con tract Bridge league which has members the tournament eliminated 50 per cent of the players saturday night for sunday s final round. Dividing the players into four sections of 14 tables each a total 28 hands Are played in each Section with everyone playing 26 of the 28 hands after playing for about 15 m minutes or two hands a signal is Given and players change tables to Start again. This pro Cess is followed through until each hand is played 13 times and each pair plays against 13 other pairs. Rounding out the first Day of the tournament Friday the master s pair Section was won by j. A Harri and a. S. K Irkland both of Florence. In non Mash s pairs winners were . Richardson and Duncan Tyson both of Florence. Winners in the pair s Section were Henry Mills comptroller for South Carolina and his partner Richard Maybin of Columbia for the men s of the late Samuel Ervin and Martha Mclver Williamson or. Of Darl Egton a sister miss Annie t. Irvin of Darlington and a grandson k. M. Williamson Iii if the Home. Monroe Gabriel g 2a Gabriel funeral services for Monroe a Oriel 79, who died in a local Ospital thursday morning her a Long illness will be con acted monday at 1 . At new Xion Baptist Church at Dis by Rev. Edward Spann. Urial will be in the Garden of c Cross cemetery directed y Dimery Airt lingers funeral i Home. Surviving Are his wife mrs. Acne la Ishrial four sons James Marion Giobbie and Mitchell Gabriel five daughters Lunette Smith Lynette Lee Mary Lou Langley Sadie Davis and Clara Luella Doxon of Darlington. Claims raw Deal got his revenge .tackfonv.tlt.e. F a. Api a Man who claimed he got a raw Deal from Jim Martin s retail tire store broke into riday night and made off wit typewriters adding machine and other office equipment. While officers were writing report on the robbery a a e up round the police Neari nent and told a dispatcher h Tole the equipment because the Tore sold him some Defee Tiv irs and refused to Exchange hem. To prove his Story the mat gave a detailed list of equip ment taken and told police i would leave two of the machines at a Street Intersex lion. They were found by off cers sent to the scene. The rest of the loot will be turned the caller said when the store agrees to Settle his c . Dyson division. In the women s pair winners were mrs. .1. R. Clarke of Lexington and mrs. R. E. Holeman of Columbia. The tournament concludes sunday with two sections of the team of four event scheduled for play. Anyone interested in watching what Maehling Calls a big time tournament Are Welcome to attend the event at the 1-95 Holiday inn. Irish pie crust scraps pie crust scraps can make a delightful treat for children. Sprinkle a Little sugar and cinnamon or even a favorite cheese shredded or crumbled on the surface and let the pieces Brown while the pie is Bitting. In memorial in memory of our Nephew Carol f. Meadows who was killed in Vietnam one year ago today july 19, 1969. Twas Early one morning on that far away Shore 3mli, log he 110 jiiu1u. Now ail that left Are the medals you wore but we know you re resting beyond Golden door. Sadly missed by aunts mrs. J. R. Mamie Dudley mrs. Gladys Wall mrs w. A Hayes i continued from Page 1a Amples he named color television sets and families with several automobiles. He and his wife Ann note some differences in speech with americans speaking in a Peculiar also phrases Soch As wee things for Small objects and fortnight instead of two weeks which Are common in Ireland Are not used Here they said. Their children nine year old Karen and four year old Gavin express a fascination at being Able to g o the younger Heads also were surprised at seeing bears and snakes two animals which Are not. Found in Ireland. Or. Patrick formerly Saint sup Posedly drove the snakes out of the country centuries ago while in Florence the Rev. Or. Reid will deliver two sermons sunday at Rehobeth Baptist Church. He is to speak at the 11 . Morning ervice and again at 8 . Nhe Florence visit ends tues Day when the family i is for Washington d. C., on their Way Back to Canada where they will stay until August. Card of Iri Anks i appreciate the kindness shown my wife mrs. Leila Coker by the employees Ond nursing staff it the lower Florence county Hospital Dur ing her stay there july 6 16. J. L. Coker Scranton s. Bridge players move through play at Florence by die tourney final round of the tournament will be held sunday at 1-95 Holiday inn asthma sufferer feel like i have a new for six years i have been in a serious condition with bronchial asthma. During this six year period of time i tried All kinds of doctors and had All kinds of tests made. I even had a special vaccine made for me but it did t Stop my asthma in fact i can t see where it did any Good at All. I went to asthma and allergy specialists in Charlotte n. C., Pine Hurst n. C., and several other places but still no help. One of my specialists told me i would never be Able to work again and i would take asthma to my grave. After six years of asthma and medication i decided to try chiropractic. In november of this past year i went to see or. J. D. Young the Florence chiropractor. Or. Young made a rays of my spine. He showed me mis align ments in my spine that were cutting off the Supply to my lungs. I started to. Get adjustments to Correct this. In two weeks i could see an improvement. In six weeks my Chest Felt better than it had in years. After three months of chiropractic care i can honestly say that i m better than i have been in six years. I do not wheeze and i feel like i have a new Chest. There Are a lot of people with asthma allergy and bronchitis who should try chiropractic. It could be a Blessing to them like it has been to me. Mrs. Mable Whittington Box 35, Janice Circle Cheraw South Carolina asthma is the name Given to a group of symptoms. These symptoms Are treated medically with various drugs in the form of shots pills and inhalants. Do they cure asthma no Only help a person to hide or cover up the symptoms while the cause is left alone does chiropractic cure asthma no it Only restores and maintains the integrity of the nervous system if this is done it proves that god knew what he was doing when he created us. He created our body to be Able to cure itself if it works properly the Job of chiropractic is to help it work proper free spine a rays thru july in cooperation with the life foundation to All who want to investigate chiropractic. Young chiropractic clinic 505 w. Palmetto Florence s. C

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