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Florence Morning News (Newspaper) - July 26, 1970, Florence, South Carolina2-a sunday july 26, Ion not of project thrust moves Forward unique Job program for youth begins this week 1 _ to. Rmimicil-1 in c by a tyrant morning news staff write jobless High school and col lege students in Florence who May have just about Given up All Hope of finding a Par time Job before the sum Mer is Over might still have a Chance at employment. The life Saver might very Well be found in unique Florence Job finding service for school age students which has been on the drawing Board for the past three weeks under the supervision of several local citizens. The service emergency i has the endorsement of the City coun cil the greater Florence chamber of Commerce the National Council of negro women and the Community relations committee. It is scheduled to begin Opp oration this week. Final plans will be discussed monday in a meeting of the groups executive com Mittee. Talks concerning the placement of the students and the assigning of officers hours will be on the Agenda according to project director Robert Roberts. Actual operation will not begin until tuesday he said. The office is located at 415 w. Evans St. Project thrust As it is sometimes referred to by its group of Volunteer workers will serve a two fold purpose according to Cooper Tedder orientation director for the project. Finding jobs for youths is the main object and the project has already begun to interview Job applicants. According to Roberts some 700 to 800 students have applied. The project is accepting applicants of All races. One big task for the youth employment service now is to find businesses or private citizens who have open jobs from menial on up students wartime. The service will make a contract with the prospective employer. Thus la will provide the students to do the work required and the employer will not pay the three project thrust officials discuss Job Frank guest left Bob Danner Center and Robert Stoff photo by Sonny Smith operation plans Roberts talk Over plans Augustus Franklin Darlington funeral services for Augustus Franklin will be conducted tuesday at 5 . At St. James United methodist Church by Rev. H. T. Riskier. Burial will be in Darlington City cemetery directed b y Mitchell Josey funeral Home. Or. Franklin died Friday after a Short illness. Surviving Are his wife mrs. Elizabeth Franklin four sons George Edward Franklin Harvey Franklin Marvin Franklin and Earl Franklin All of Darlington a step son Richard Olds of Darlington a brother Edward g. Franklin of Washington d. And his Mother mrs. E1 i z a a e t h Franks of Darlington. Cpl. Richard w. Evans funeral services for Cpl. Richard Wayne Evans 21, of the . Marint corps will be conducted at 2 . Sunday in Stop Denaire Chapel by Rev. S. E. North Stine and Rev. Floyd Seay. Burial with full military honors will be in it. Hope cemetery. Cpl. Evans was killed in Vietnam july 13. Miss Bertha House Marion miss Bertha l. House of it. 1 Marion died saturday morning in Marion memorial Hospital after an ill Ness. Graveside services will be conducted at . Sunday Eblonzia Martin funeral services for Eblon Martin will be conducted at m. Sunday i n methodist Church Tranqu by re at Horeb Baptist Church Cain Elary in Dalzell by the Rev. E. G. Holzbach. Parnell Rutledge Hurst funeral Home of Sumter is in charge. Miss House was born Sumler county a daughter of the late Benjamin f. And Klouise Lucas House. She had lived in Marion for the past 40 years. Survivors include four nephews wizard h. Bradley and William m. Yates both of Columbia Jack b. Bradley of St. Matthews and Herbert j. Bradley of Eastover and three nieces mrs. W. E. Howell and1 mrs. Ii. J. Parnell sr., both of Columbia and mrs. Louise h. Brown of Sumter. Robert c. Page. Burial will b in the Church cemetery directed by Waters Funer Home. Pallbearers will be Ecret d. Turbeville jr., Allen i Turbeville Douglas Turbevill Mitchell Lewis Larry Stoke and Ernie Gifford. Or. Martin retire bookkeeper for Speed s Machin works died Friday Mornin in a local nursing Home. Marvin f. Tyndall or. Funeral services for Marvi Franklin Tyndall or. Will b conducted at 2 . Monday i Waters funeral Home by Rev m. Eugene Mullen. Burial i be in Florence n a t i o n a cemetery. Or. Tyndall a r e t i r e i automobile Salesman died Fri Day in the Veteran administration Hospital i Charleston. Hodges Thompson Hemingway Funera services for Hodges Thompson 62, of Charleston who died in a Charleston Hospital thursday will be conducted at 3 sunday at West Side free Wil Baptist Church of Johnsonville by Rev. Paul Reid and Rev Ronald Jackson. Burial directed by Morris Funera Home will be in Powel 0 j. Davis auro service in . Home i to c. Cemetery at Prospect. Pallbearers will be Rudolpi Thompson Faye Thompson. Dudley Thompson a. V. Thompson Charles b. Ard and Joe Coker. Mrs. Ruby Powers funeral services for mrs. Ruby Matthews Lynch Rowels 49, who died Friday evening will be conducted at 4 . Sunday at Waters funeral Home by Rev. Norwood Gibson. Burial will be in Matthews cemetery. Pallbearers will be Chris Sellers Charles Wilkes David Wilkes David Cox Robbie grooms Legrande Collins and Dennis Anderson mrs. Powers was born in Darlington county a daughter of Sarah hut Vinson Matthews and the late Harvey j. Matthews. She spent her entire life in Florence and Darlington counties. Rev. B. F. Cantysr. Sumter the Rev. Ben Jamin f. Canty sr., 77, former Field missionary for the Sumter Baptist association died Fri Day in a local nursing Home after a Long illness. Funeral services will be con ducted at . Monday by the Rev. R. Stallings the Rev. T. 0. Everett and other student directly but will give thrust the wages. Thrust will pay the student instead. Tedder said wages Are pain in this manner so that if and when the employer has any complaints about the Stu Dent or his work he will have to confront project thrust and not the individual student. So in reality thrust is the project thrust does not expect too Many complaint from prospective employer concerning their workers Tedder pointed out because the Job applicants Are screened for character an aptitude. They Are then approved and placed in i suitable Job. After t h i students Are okayed of acceptance to be a part p thrust s task Force they Wil be Given an orientation session which is conducted by Tedder. This is the period when we will Councel the student As to his attitude appearance and Job Tedder said we will place an emphasis on attitude and appearance t help the student gain and realize responsibility Whit he will need late in life. Tedder said All the jobs will not pay the same wages since certain jobs Merit More pay because of the Type o work. Project thrust will be self sustaining self govern ing non profit kind of organization Tedder noted. Project thrust was conceived about three weeks ago by Roberts a Black Florence citizen after he saw the need of summer jobs for Florence youth. He got in touch with two friends Allen Cato now Field supervisor and William Thomas assistant to the director and got them to help him form a working idea for such a project. The Rev. W. P. Diggs pastor of Trinity Baptist of Hunch let them use his Church As a temporary Headquarters. Roberts then appeared one big task for the youth Day of last week before the Florence City Council to outline his views and plans of Florence teenage employment problems. Prior to his talk to the Council he discussed the project with the chamber of Commerce business representatives and other persons who expressed interests and con Cern in the project idea. Mayor David Mcleod officially endorsed the plan with the consent of the councilmen and appointed Claude Ballard and Frank guest As members of a special Community committee to implement the project in the immediate future. Laer on during last week the City Council also appropriated a total of to help pay student Roberts said. Oner Volunteer local business persons work ring with project thrust besides Tedder Ballard and guest Are the Florence Council of negro women wh0 will work with Roberts in student Selec Tion de Eder and Laurence Mel Tosh who will serve As Counselor t0 the project Jim Driggs who will help secure jobs and a. P. Skinner and Bob Danner. Project thrust is Small and it has much work ahead of it. But Tedder sees great potential for he service. It is an infant he said but if we baby project thurst and feed it after a time it will grow into full productive members of the clergy at it. Zion Baptist Church. Burial by Joe s mortuary in Hillside memorial directed will be Park. The Rev. Or. Canty was born in Sumter county a son of the late Frank and Julia Canty. He served As Field missionary until his retirement. Survivors include four sons or. Banjamin f. Canty or. Of Washington d. C., Eroy Bowman of Long Island n y. Charles a. Banty of Brooklyn n.y., and Ralph w. Canty of Effingham a daughter mrs. Annie b. Vickers of Stockton Calif. A sister mrs. Irene Hall of Chicago 15 grandchildren and six great grandchildren. Mrs. Ophelia Jackson funeral Ophelia Jackson will be conducted at 4 Darlington services for mrs. A. Wednesday at Zion Temple holiness Church at Timmonsville by Edler w. L. Ohnson. Burial will be Frenchman held on spying charge Paris a counterintelligence agents arrested a 33 year old Frenchman on charges of spying for East Germany the Interior ministry reported sat urday. An announcement said the accused Jean Paul Hutt was held for trial but gave no other de tails. His arrest followed the report thursday that Jan Rodak a polish Diplomat stationed in Paris had been caught spying and expelled from France. Grove directed b y funeral Home. Cemetery Mitchell Jose mrs. Jackson died thursday after a Long illness. Surviving Are her husband Ulen Jackson and a number f cousins. Vars. Alvernia Goodson Darlington mrs Ivernia Goodson of Darlington red saturday morning after a Lort illness. Funeral arrangements will be noun cd by funeral Home. Mitchell Josicy other s. Deaths Carey Jenkins Lancaster c. I. Sharp Swansea mrs Willie still Martin j. W. Dove Ridgway i incan by Rivers Columbia h. I. Bouknight Columbia r. H. Brown Columbia m. A. Dotson r. R. Fowler great Falls c. G. Durham Fickens pakistani couple accused in deaths Cardiff Wales a a pakistani immigrant and his wife were charged saturday with murdering a scottish Wom an and her daughter whose dismembered bodies were found crammed inside a House Chim Ney. The accused couple Salamant and Ghulam Mohamed were charged with slaying Joan Mclean 23 and her 5-year-old daughter Maureen. The soot covered bodies were found by tracker dogs in a lodging House in this Welsh capital. Police said the victims moved into the House several Days ago. An Eye on the weather a haughty looking rain Frog who has spent the last few weeks in hot and weather finally got something to croak about this week since More than two inches of rain has fallen in the Florence area. This Frog photographed by morning news photographer Johnny Ellis will keep an Eye out for further rain but he in t jumping to any conclusions about the possibilities. The Weatherman says it will be partly Cloudy and hot sunday with a Chance of More thundershowers. City news briefs florentine on integration panel two Florence residents a Iong 15 Peryotis recently a olnsted by the nation s Chile utile to a specials Tat nit tee designed to Hel this fall s transition t segregated schools in sout Olina. The men or. Gerald a s. Stat coordinator of adult Basi education and j. Boone Aiken f the guaranty Bank an Yust co., were named t Outh Carolina s s p e c i a advisory committee by presi ent Nixon. Similar committees Are being amed for the same purpose in her Southern states. The White House said tin Ommittee of educators am Community leaders will Hel amp Lett the transition from a Ual to a unitary system while Ai staining Quality education or. Anderson a meeting of the special com it tee in Washington d. St week. Attends program a physics professor at fran s Marion collect is attending summer physics program a e University of s o u t to Arolina. Lunn d. Hendrick is taking it in the annual College Eacher research program in e department of physics a c in Columbia. The program is supported Fay e National science foun action. Warrant filed a Columbia women was rested Friday near Florence a charge of shoplift Long a ring to reports saturday in Florence county sheriff s Rev. Felder Mcfadden Florence pastor Dies the Rev. Felder f. Mcfad Den of 219 Gaillard St., Flo rence died Friday in a local Hospital after a Short illness. Funeral arrangements will be announced by Ideal funeral parlor. The Rev. Or. Mcfadden was in Sumter county a son if the late Tony and Caroline Mcfadden. As pastor of Macdonia holiness Church at Cartersville for 37 years. He was pastor of it. Sonia Holt Ess Church in Florence for 0 years and was ruling elder to the District in addition being assistant Bishop. Surviving Are his wife mrs. Maggie Mcfadden two Daugh ters miss Edell Mcfadden and mrs. Rovenia Carolina Frier son both of Florence three sons Edward James Mcfadden of Timmonsville William pm Mitt Mcfadden of Orangeburg and Harris e. Mcfadden of the . Army five step daughters mrs. Inez Montgomery of Charleston mrs. Marie Lyons of Sumter mrs. Martha Robin son of Florence mrs. Eliza Washington of Washington d. And mrs. Mary Green of Detroit a Stepson Ray Mcbride of Detroit Mich. Two Sis ters mrs. Zola Ludd and department. Elsie Porter Lancaster 52, was charged in a warrant with shoplifting a radio and tape recorder from treasure pity a discount department store East of Florence. She was arrested by Deputy sheriffs Ray Shupe and William Crawley. The woman has been lodged in the county jail pen Ding Bond of . Woman held a North Carolina woman was arrested saturday on a charge of shoplifting according to reports in the Florence police department. Detective it. Gene Lessmeister said Leona m. Lunceford 29, of Clinton ., was arrested on the charge about . By a turn. J. W. Nance and Palm. B. R. Elms. In a warrant signed by Lessmeister the woman is charged with shoplifting a dress from Kmart in Florence. She is being held pending Bond. Is named editor s. M. Sandy Bridges jr., son of or. And mrs. Saunders m. Bridges of Oleander dr., Florence has been named editor of the 1971 yearbook for St. Andrews presbyterian College in Laurinburg . Bridges is a senior majoring n history. A National Merit scholar he at tended Mclenaghan High school and was editor of the 1967 Floren Tine. Receives Honor Vicki m. Bray daughter of or. And mrs. Alden d. Bray of 1428 Deberry blvd., Florence Vas listed on the Michigan state University honors list he Spring term. To be eligible for the honors 1st a student must achieve at East a 3.5 b plus Grade Point average for the term. Doctor charged a Latta physician has been charged with violation of a South Carolina drug Law according to reports in the Florence county s h e r i f f s department. Or. Connon m. Roberts 44, was arrested on the charge Friday by sled agent Ray Shupe jr., Deputy sheriff Ray Shupe or. And magistrate s Constable Forest Street. In a warrant signed by Ray Shupe jr., or. Roberts is charged with having narcotic or synthetic drugs in h i Possession. He was arrested on . Highway 301, about 12 Miles North of Foo rent at a service station. Or. Roberts was lodged in the county jail Friday and released on a Bond of saturday. Youths arrested fives Florence area youths have been charged with robbery of an automobile. Kenny Daniels 17, along with an 16 year old and 14-year-old were arrested on the saturday by Ptim. Mancel Boggs. They Are charged in a warrant along with a fourth youth who has not been taken into taking a 1964 Ford by the use of a knife from Gilbert Campbell. The 16-Yearold was related on Bond saturday while the other minor and Daniels were being held in the county jail pending Bond. A act meet set the Florence Branch of the meeting but we pro won t announce right of coloured p.rsid6nt i Thomas. Districts. . Maggie Moore both of and detective w. A. Baltimore my. Four grand Wiggins. Hildren and 16 step grand they Are being held pending Hildren Bond. Church. The meeting is scheduled to miss Bray is a senior a 5 i to Ong in Romance languages. B v three accused three Florence area persons Lave been arrested on a charge if House break my and grand Arceny according to police sports. Charged in a warrant with breaking into the residence of Teve Furmer of 706-b Chestnut i t. And stealing a .22 calibre pistol were Martin Locklay Irvis Mito Heum 18, and Tanley Windham 30, All of Lorence addresses. They were a rested by Palm. Jim Brad up to run write in candidate Columbia a the Black oriented United citizens party of South Carolina decided saturday to run a write in candidate for governor. We just did t find much representation for the needs of Black people among the other explained John r. Harper ii chairman. He said after a closed meeting of some 50 party representatives that the candidate will be selected at an aug. Bably away who it candidates already chosen Are it. Gov. John c. West Democrat rep. Albert w. Watson r. S. C., Republican and a. W. Red Bethea Dillon Farmer South Carolina Independent parly. The citizens party is gather ing voter signatures for a place on the state ballot but the deadline for getting on the ballot for this fall has passed. Ten thousand signatures Are being sought with More than already in hand according to Harper. Harper said no plans Are being made now for running any other write in candidates or for endorsing any candidates of the other political parties. We also agreed to furnish speakers and operate an in formation Bureau for student and Community meetings on problems facing Many of our school districts which this fal face full integration for the first Harper said. He said he wants to see a series of seminars on integration problems arranged in affected school districts before schools open. Hayes Mize Al Democrat ii nominee for tile Columbia City school Board and a civil rights worker for the american friends service committee observed at the meeting that no Effort to Advance communication Between the races has been made in Many school now open country diner red wimps Home cooking Wun Viva. In cafeteria style open 7 Days a week from 6 a. M. To 10 . 301 n. Across from Hwy. Dept

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