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Florence Morning News (Newspaper) - July 20, 1970, Florence, South CarolinaJuly Grin mrs. Cecelia o Connor mrs. Cecelia Fitzgerald o Connor 78, wife of Timothy .1. O Connor or. Of 717 Lawton dr., died sunday afternoon in a Florence Hospital after being in declining health for some time. The Rosary will be said 8 . Monday at Stoudenmire funeral Home. Mrs. O Connor was born in Charleston a daughter of the late John and Katherine a member of Hogan Fitzgerald. She has lived in Florence since 1920. She was Anthony Catholic Church the auxiliary of the brotherhood of Railroad trainmen the auxiliary of the Woodmen of the world of Charleston a member of the ladies auxiliary of the order of nights of Columbus and a member of the . And the . Surviving Are her husband Timothy ,1. Mcconner or. Of Florence one daughter mrs. Karl n. Mary Hyman of Florence two sons Timothy j. O Connorjr. Of Jacksonville Fla., and Fitzgerald o Connor of Florence also 15 grandchildren and four great grandchildren. Marvin Elliott Nichols Marvin Haynes Elliott 71, died sunday morn ing in a local Hospital after a Long illness. Funeral services will be con ducted 4 . Monday in Mears funeral Chapel by Rev. Paul Stokes and Rev. Willie Shepard. Burial will be in Elliott family cemetery. Pal bears will be Grady Eliott Fulton Elliott Ellis Elliott Allen Elliott Marquette Elliott and Clifton Elliott. Ted Hoffman Hartsville Ted Hoffman 60, morning in a died local sunday Hospital after a Long illness. Funeral services will be con ducted 11 . Tuesday in Wilkes cemetery with masonic rites. Or. Hoffman was born in Chesterfield county a son of the late Jesse and Mamie Brown Hoffman. He was a member of Spring Branch Bap is Church and Chesterfield masonic Lodge no. 220. Surviving Are his wife mrs. Ola Wilkes Hoffman two sons j. B. Hoffman and David Hoffman both of Hartsville a Foster son Charlie b. Wilkes of h a r t s v i 11 a two Foster daughters mrs. Irene Bosontea and Grace Wilkes both of Hartsville three Brothers Gus Hoffman of Lancaster and Bill and Willard Hoffman both of Hartsville two Sisters mrs. Estelle Campbell of Rock Ingham . And mrs. Kathaleen m c i n v i 11 e of Kershaw. Thomas Adams Dillon Thomas Adams 55, died in Miami Fla. Satur Day. Funeral services will be con ducted 4 . Wednesday from Williams funeral Home. Burial will be in Evergreen cemetery. Surviving Are his wife three daughters mrs. Mary herring of Bouton ., mrs. Ann Lousley of Lake Hiawatha and Helen wonder of Del Monte Calif. Three sons Robert Tommy and John David Adams All of Bouton Three Brothers Sim Adam of Dillon and Pearl and Robert Adams both of Hamer three Sisters mrs. Daisey Graham Dolly and Lena Adams of Dillon. Raymond Moore Myrtle Beach Ray or. Elliott was born in Horry county a son of the late Dillon and Sarah Row Elliott. Was a retired Farmer and member of Cedar Creek Baptist Church. Surviving Are his wife mrs. Mattie Elliott Elliott two sons George m. And Rudolph Elliott both of Nichols a daughter mrs. Coleman Cecil Barnhill of Myrtle Beach two Brothers Mason and Ashar Elliott both of Nichols four Sisters mrs. Henry Mcdaniels of Charleston Lou Elliott and mrs. Joe b. Stroud both of Nichols and mrs. Buck Collins of Mullins 17 grandchildren and eight great grandchildren. H. M. Hunter funeral services for ii. M. Hunter will be conducted at 11 . Monday in Waters funeral Home by or. Edward l. Byrd and Kev. Doyle h. Jones. Burial will be in f Lorence memorial gardens. Pallbearers will be Marion Lee g. L. Lee Whitie Ronald Jordan Charles Hanna Ronald Long jr., James Frazier e. H. Thomas and Cyrus Leslie. Anita Hayes Dillon funeral services for Anita sue Hayes will be conducted 5 . Monday at Little Rock Baptist Church. Burial will be in the Church cemetery. Miss Hayes 3, died saturday. Surviving Are her parents Jerry and Anita Honecutt Hayes a sister Linda Marie Hayes of the Home paternal grandparents or. And mrs. J c. Hayes of Little Rock maternal grandparents or. And mrs. William Honecutt of Rockingham. Mrs. Louise Parrish Portsmouth v a. Mond Calvin Moore of Briarcliff acres died sunday in a local Hospital after a Long in iness. Funeral services will be con ducted 4 . Tuesday in Trinity episcopal Church. Burial directed by Bullard funeral Home will be in Southeastern memorial gardens. Or. Moore was born Monroe Mich., a son of late Calvin Moore. Or. Funeral services for mrs. Mrs. Hunter Day. 69, died Satur Louise Thomas Parrish of Portsmouth va., will be con ducted 1 . Friday in Fellowship Christian Church directed by Fisher funeral Home of Portsmouth a. Mrs. Parrish died saturday. Mrs. Parrish was born in Atlanta ga., a daughter of Rev. And mrs. J. E. Thomas. She received her education in Florence and has lived in Portsmouth for 28 years. Surviving in addition to her parents of Florence Are two Sisters mrs. Gladys Toatley of Brooklyn. N. Y., and Frances t Imas of the Home. Jiles Page Dillon Jiles Page 99, died saturday morning at his Home. Funeral services will be con ducted . Tuesday in Bethel Hill ame Church in lat to. Burial will be in the Church cemetery directed by Green s funeral Home. Surviving Are his wife. Mrs. Lupurlia Beth Page of Dillon. Mrs. Mamie Davis Marion mrs. Mamia Davis died saturday in a local clinic. Funeral arrangements will be announced by Green s funeral Home. In the and Rose Muth Moore a retired certified Public accountant had lived in Myrtle Beach for 16 years. He was a Veteran of world War i and member of the american legion and veterans of foreign wars. He was a member of Trinity episcopal Church. Surviving Are his wife mrs. Kathryn Pennington Moore two sons col. Richard Ray mond Moore of Alexandria va., and Donald a. Moore of Windy Hill Beach two Sisters mrs. Eleanora admins o f Detroit Mich., and mrs. Elsie Stabenow of Romulus Mich. And nine grandchildren. Mrs. Mary Drew Aynor mrs. Mary Johnson Drew 59, died sunday n a Charleston Hospital. Funeral services will be con formal groundbreaking officials turn Spade Fon g. Brownsand Florence mayor David Mcleod we re Fuls of diff marking the formal groundbreaking Cere held sunday. When completed the project located at monies at the mount Zion apartment project in Florence. South Church Street and Ervin Street will feature 108 construction on apartments began several weeks ago housing units for Low income families but formal ceremonies attended by left to right rep. Jdavid Harwell Rev. L. Burgess Rev. F. James Clif staff photo by Sonny Smith independents for Congress ducted Rev. B. Pigg and Rev. Paul 3 . Tuesday methodist Church Stokes. Burial be in greek minister Athens Athens a foreign minister Panayiotis Pipi Nelis s dump oct cafeteria Florence mall lunch and dinner specials today s special Spaghetti Wuh Ola of italian meat sauce tossed salad French bread Tea or Coffee children under 12 Only 85c on above special when accompanied by parents. B a special lunch til 2 dinner 5 til 8 open every Day Florence mall career Diplomat politician who served both the greek Royal family and the current military regime died in Athens Early sunday of heart failure. He was 71. Pipi Nelis who joined the diplomatic sen ice in As an at tache to the greek embassy in Paris also served briefly As caretaker prime minister in 1963, when Constantine Cara Manlis lost Power and went into exile in Paris. He first became foreign min ister in 1950 after holding ambassadorial posts in Bulgaria Hungary Poland Belgium and Luxemburg and served As Ireece s representative to the Atlantic Alliance in 1952. Midway cemetery near Mullins directed by Cox Collins funeral Home. Mrs. Drew was born in Horry county a daughter of the late John a. And Mattie Johnson. Surviving Are five sons c. Is John w. Drew of . Navy in Washington . Burney r. Drew of the . Air Force in Spain . Carl ii. Drew of . Ari Force in Vietnam Rudolph and Randolph Drew both of Florence a daughter mrs. Margaret Gainey o f Beufort 14 grandchildren a sister mrs. Isla Jenerette of Gaii vants ferry a brother. John Johnson of Aynor three half Brothers Odell Johnson of Aynor Hagood Collins of Burlington ., and French Collins of Conway. Cleo Bazen Pamplico Cleo h. Columbia segregationist a South the Carolin Independent party has voted t substitute a 40-year-old Barington county Farmer As thei candidate for the seat from South Carolina s 6t congressional District. Tine party reconvening its March convention in Columbi saturday voted unanimously to run Charles h. Bert Smith place of Heyward Morris o Andrews who had withdrawn. Morris gave no reason for i withdrawal. Smith will face Veteran democratic representative John Mcmillan of Florence Anc Republican candidate e Baskin of Bishopville in Lee county in the november elec Tion. The less than 20 delegates who met at Columbia s Wade Hampton hotel made no other changes in their slate for statewide and congressional offices. Earlier party chairman w. A. Barnett of Pinopolis s. C., had indicated there might be a major revamping. He indicated his wife would a congressional he retired from the Diplomat c service in 1953 and was elected Deputy in Caramanolis right ving National Radical Union Larty. During the Axis occupation of Ireece in 1941, Pipi Nelis joined he greek government in exile n the Middle East and London s ils foreign affairs expert. Bazen 47-year old Farmer of route 1, died sunday at his Home following a Long illness. Funeral services will be con ducted 5 . Monday in Beulah ree will f Baptist Church at Bazen Crossroads by rec. Sam Truett and Rev. Terry Tripp. Burial directed by Morris funeral Home will be in swell cemetery. Pallbearers will be Busty Stone Herbert Collins Wayne Stone Vance Larson and Allen Larson. Or. Bazen was born in Pamplico a son of the late Coleman h. And Lennie Mcknight Bazen. He was a member of Bazen free will Baptist Church. Surviving Are his wife mrs. Sunday that withdraw As candidate from the 1st District. The party s candidates for major state offices Are a. W. Red Bethea of Dillon for governor and Milton Dukes of Charleston for lieutenant governor. Home Security hoi practice Las vegas Nev. A soaring burglary rates and in creasing civil disturbances have americans searching for ways secure their Homes but experts say most won t succeed. Lack of knowledge or the sex lense involved will prevent hem from using the Many new devices that could help the experts say. The average Home is not very said Edwin Toeper of Milwaukee head of the associated locksmiths of Amer Ca s committee on standards. The professional House breaker can get in most Homes in three Security devices available Ange from key operated win of locks at to closed Cir Uit night seeing television sys Ems custom designed at Tofany of these devices were on display Here Over the weekend or the locksmiths convention j shown were several new locks Ith front door lock with a key that has precision Mil de indentations on three sides instead of the usual single Row of notches. Underwriters Laboratory Calls it for ?100 you can put on a proof lock that is not on pick resistant but will trap a retain any key used to att Era unauthorized entry. Or for you can buy i. Denti logic system using of pieces of Metal with Electr odes printed on both sides place of keys. The chances a a million to one that Sonion ise will have a key with 11 right code to enter your Home. With All this available a Toepfer the average America s unlikely to buy much prote Ion when he goes out to replace 5 to lock that is Standard o nost tract houses. The pathetic thing is the unorthodox looking keys i people Don t know what the a signed to frustrate the lock j want when they go looking i Icker. A lock with a built in to inn mar Icker a lock with a built in Larm that goes off if Force is applied and a variety of Inex pensive hardware that will Lake a burglary s work a Little Arder. For about you can buy a Leedell Home Stone three Bazen of the sons Kenneth Earl and Charlie Bazen both of Pamplico and Homer Bazen of Scranton three daughters mrs. Elmoro Driggers o Florence Anna Marie Baze and Edna Lois Bazen both o the Home a brother Lawrenc Bazen of Pamplico fou Sisters mrs. P. W. Dallair and mrs. Alex Tilton both o today in Florence . Florence rotary club meeting at the Florence country club. . Pee Dee kiwanis club meeting at the Holiday inn downtown. . Florence Exchange club meeting at the colonial hotel. . Florence City Council meeting at recorder s courtroom. . Alcoholics Anonymous meeting at 413 South Church Street. Golden Angus Steak House 11 . To . Additional to Buffet Seving we also have Complete table service with full menu available. Live entertainment Fri. Sat. Nights opposite Florence mall Pamplico mrs. L. Jones o and mrs. M. I Larson of Florence and three granddaughters. Florence s finest charcoal Hearth restaurant Holiday inn downtown smorgasbord monday thru Friday Bradford named to Dean s list death squads avenge murders Sao Paulo Brazil a he notorious brazilian death squad pledged it world kill 28 imps and Petty Crooks Over the weekend in Sao Paulo apparently to avenge the death of a police investigator killed Friday in a shootout. Six bloody corpses had turned up by sunday morn he said. Too Man people Are concerned about but ing a Beautiful piece of hard Ware for the door not Security. One of the most popular item now is the Home Safe 75 to 301 pounds of steel costing about Dollar a Pound. Our business is booming said Richard Bush vice pres Dent of a Safe manufacturing firm in Rochester . We see an influx of order whenever there is another Rio or trouble anywhere in the coun c. Edwin Bradford sr., Enir at the University of South Carolina has been named to the Deans list for the Spring semester for achieving straight a Bradford a political science Tia or is a son of or. And mrs. E. Bradford or. Of 1401 Ireland drive. He is married o the former Barbara Ann Montgomery of Washington d. Sundays also 0. Service now open so s. Iris St. Florence c. Death squads Are self appointed vigilante groups thought to be made up of off duty policemen which murder criminal suspects to help clean up brazilian society. These Angs have been Active in Bra Zil s major cities since 1958 and Are believed to have killed More Han persons. The so called relations spokes Man for the death squad ranch in Sao Paulo nicknames White called local Nolick officials Friday night and told him to expect 28 new in monday morning. Ham is death squad Slang for two unidentified victims were found Early saturday along the Ide of a about 35 mile from ago Paulo. Police said v in Irir mid sos and each had been shot More than i times. Israeli jets strike arabs Tel Aviv a israeli warplanes attacked Arab gets on three fronts sunday hit Ting the egyptians in the canal sector and guerrilla positions in Jordan and Lebanon the military command reported. All planes came Back safely a spokesman said. Among the objectives hit in the canal area during the Day were outposts and mortar emplacements the spokesman added. Arlington Cinema first area showing love Camp no. 7 Cofer feature time 1st area showing starts at dusk x Russ contemplate the Georgia fast victims still in shelters Athens a. A about 40 families driven from their Homes by a gasoline explosion at an Oil distributorship Friday planned sunday to spend another night in shelters provided by the red Cross and other Relief organizations. More than 40 persons were injured by flying Glass when More than 25.000 Gallons of gasoline exploded rocking a three Block area. Fifty per cent of the windows in nearby Down town businesses were knocked out. A number of surrounding Homes including 16 units of a Low to using in act. Were damaged making it unsafe for the families to in them Over the weekend. They were Given shelter at the University of Georgia and in a Cal Church. The blast caused tremors Felt More than two Miles fran the distributorship which was destroyed. Violence i toll has 10 in by the associated at least 10 persons died Ift accidents in South Carolina Over the weekend including six drownings. A Lake City Man and his sob drowned sunday afternoon ii the Pawley s Island surf Georgetown county sheriff Woodrow Carter identified the two As Carly Bryant 40, his 17-year-old son Dexter Bryant. The sheriff said both bodies were recovered. Six year old Tammy Williams of North Charleston drowned saturday in Waters near it. Moultrie while on a swimming party with six other children. Another drowning occurred at Breech met near the is e of Palms authorities said Claude Clay drowned when he tried to swim across the Inlet. The bodies of two fort Mill men were recovered from the Catawba River saturday morn. Ing after an extensive search. Tyrell Wallace 31, and Rover Blackwell 50, drowned when their boat apparently capsized As one of the men stood up to cast a fishing line Early Day morning. A a four year old Dillon girl was killed saturday when she fell through the r t or floorboard of the car in which she was a passenger. The state Highway patrol identified her As Anita sue Hayes the daughter of Anita h. Hayes of it. 3, two Columbia s i s t e r Rhudine Kelly 5, and sheriff Elly 3, suffocated in an done refrigerator in Columbia.1 Richland county Coroner Cecil Wiles ruled the deaths act Cimental. James Bradshaw 47, of Clarendon county apparently was killed in a hit and run Accident. The Highway patrol said his body was found on . 521 near his Home. Coin club sets meet fog hampers Hunt for lost plane Halifax . A heavy fog hampered an Aerial search sunday for a soviet car go plane that disappeared be tween Iceland and Canada. The plane was supplies for victims of the May 31 earthquake in Peru and was believed to have at least 23 per son s aboard. Rescue officials said the Fouei engine Antonov 22 aircraft appeared from radar scree Rifca about 20 minutes after takings off saturday from Kef Lavik Don Bryant of Florence will deliver a talk on Large United states pennies at the monthly meeting of the pee Dee Coin tub monday. Scheduled for 8 in the Community room of the Peoples building the meeting s open to Coin collectors or none interested in any phase f numismatics according to Jqames Woody. The club meets the third londay of each month Woody Aid and features a program and door prizes at each meeting. Land bound for Halifax its n refuelling Stop visibility i Zero sunday in much of the search area particularly in Northern Waters off Greenland and Iceland they said. Florence airlines to Charlotte from Charlotte a. M. Sex. Sat., Sun. P. M. Sex. A. A. M. Sex. Sot., Sun. P. M. Sex. Sot. 662-7593 Florence theatres. Inc. Show at 3-5-7-9 p. M. Phone 662-2931 shows at 9 p. M. 662-7731 a boy named Charlie Brown Mem presents a Kama web production Kelly s heroes a Navison and Mel Ocolor a Bullet for pretty boy color up Natalie Wood Robert gulp i Bob a Alice show p. M. Elliott Gould Dyan Cannon l phone 662-5331 rated r

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