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Florence Morning News (Newspaper) - June 7, 1970, Florence, South Carolina2-a sunday june 7, 1970 deaths and i funerals mrs. J. E. Morris a funeral services for mrs. Morris 62, will be con dirtied at 2 . Sunday in Creek pentecostal he Liness Church by Rev. Tijman Sauls and Rev. Reese Miles. Burial directed by Vjaters funeral Home will be Mother s Church cemetery Turbeville. Will be Lyneston limb Kenneth Lamb Joel Lamb Albert Morris Johnny Jeffords and Bobby Jeffords. Yrs. Morris died thursday evening at her residence of an apparent heart attack. She was born in Clarendon i Junta the former Maggie mourns a daughter of the late i. And mrs. Shade Mimms. Mrs. Morris had been a citizen of. Florence county for 3 years. A. Brownsr. Slant to a listing utta miss Florence pageant june 19 the miss Florence Beauty pageant has been scheduled t be held june 19, it was announced saturday by Genera Matthews o Florence chairman Jimbo the sponsoring Jaycees. Matthews said the event is scheduled to begin at 8 . On june 19 in the auditorium of Mcclenaghan High school. The new miss Florence who will succeed reigning Queen miss Betty Ann Jordan will represent the City in various Beauty pageants and functions throughout the state. Miss in the contest Jordan will miss South compete Carolina this year and her successor in 1971. Harleston Arthur Brown Mervin sr., 65, of of Harleston died saturday it bring at the Home of a son the Rev. Mervin a. Brownjr. In the Good Hope Section of Horry county. Funeral services will be con ducted at 3 . Monday at Ashley River Baptist Church. Burial will be in Bethany cemetery directed by Stuhr funeral Home. Or. Brown was born in Charleston a son of the late William Washington and Eva Lennie Brown Brown. He was a member of the Ashley River Baptist Church and the Rosemary masonic Lodge of Andrews. He was formerly Plant Engineer of the Coburg Dairy in Charleston. Surviving Are two sons Rev. Mervin a. Brownjr. Of Conway and j. Carol Brown of Columbia two Brothers Willie Brown and Wilson Brown both of Charleston four Sisters mrs. Frank Wood mrs. Ernest Bates mrs. Pauline me Honey Man wounded a Florence Man was hospitalized with a gunshot wound according to police reports saturday. Police said Louis Thomas was shot in the mid Section of his body and has been hospitalized at m c i e o c infirmary. His condition is termed satisfactory. The shooting occurred near the City limits in the 900 Block of Dixie Street. The investigation is being conducted jointly by City police and sheriff s deputies. Investigating officers said they have the name of a suspect in the shooting which reportedly occurred about . Friday but a warrant has not been issued pending the completion of the investigation. Arid mrs. Ethel Charleston grandchildren. Hill and All of Lake City Man killed father Hurt Lake City a Lake City coarse the f1 o r ence Darlingto technical education Center a announced that calculus a been added to its Evenin division beginning wit registration on tuesday. Taught by Harold mask Thi course will introduce differential and integral calculus topics included will b graphing techniques geometry and algebraic interpretation o the derivative differentials rate of change and the integral and Basic integration teen ques. Officials said the course i continue for 12 weeks meeting rom 7 to 10 . Each tuesday Duke graduates two students from the Florence area have been awarded degrees from Duke University Durham n. C., a e c e n t commencement exercises. Phillip Henry on Greenberg of 411 country club blvd., Florence received a . Degree. Samuel Maxwell Myers jr., son of or. And mrs. S. M. Myers of Olanta was awarded a pm. D. Degree. Awarded degree a florentine Eugene d. Guyton jr., a son of or. And mrs. E. D. Guyton has received a doctor of Medicine degree at commencement ceremonies of the medical University of South Carolina. Marking the 145th commencement of the medical University there were 131 graduates from five of the six colleges at the University including Medicine graduate studies nursing pharmacy and Allied health sciences. Streett the youths Are accused of breaking into the Home of Nat Rosenfeld at 131 n. Aiken dr., during the nighttime an alleged illegal entry constituting burglary. The teenagers were released to the custody of their parents pending a hearing in family court at which time jurisdiction of the cases May be remanded to general sessions court detective it. Gene Lessmeister said saturday. Contest slated District two of the South Carolina elks club will conduct its oratorical elimination con test sunday at 6 . The seventh Day adventist Church at 711 Oakland . In Florence. Competing to represent the District at the state oratorical contest will be contestants rom Columbia Darlington and Hartsville. The Winner of the state con est will Bereave a elks scholarship. The Public May at j end. Admitted to bar of High court a florentine Clarence c. Byrd is one of three from Outh Carolina to be admitted practice Law before the supreme court of the United tales in a special group ceremony in Washington last monday. The other two admitted to in practice Are William m. Bryan of Kingstree and Cari Oseph roof of Columbia. Brooks Mccall right tells w. I. Neal to shave his Mustache and Start again actually Mccall is wearing a fake Beard and Mustache to launch contest county s Beard growing contest officially opens on your Mark get grow the official signal for Florence county s Beard growing contest has been Given. Sponsored by the Florence Tri Centennial commission the Beard grow ing contest is open to men from 16 years old and up. All contestants must have been clean shaven on june 1, the official starting Date. Brooks Mccall chairman of the commission said All Cor. Tec Tants must Register with the greater Florence chamber of Commerce. All entry cards must be signed by a Barber stating that the contestant was clean shaven As of june 1. Mccall said also that hair and beards must be neat and Well groomed at All times. Beard judging will be based on shape style length appearance and originality. Two categories have been established with Cash prizes for both groups. Contestants 16-21 years old will compete for first prize second prize and third prize. Contestants 22 years old and Over will compete for a ?50 first prize second prize and third prize. Officially the contest ends oct. 15. So on your Mark get grow news analysis Florence police arrested two soviets election game underway Man was killed end his father Voutos saturday soviet politicians Are playing other s. Deaths j. E. Herndon Clio l. M. Elrod Townville c. E. Deloache Saluda e. P. Corley Lexington mrs. Mamie Zeigler St. Matthews mrs. Pearl Bridges Green Ville d. L. Still Spartanburg mrs. Marie Cavin spartan Burg c. V. Morris Cheraw r. M. Rollings Lancaster j. I. Footen Chester j. M. Strickland Conway c. A. Harvey or. Hampton mrs Leroy Rivers Orangeburg a. L. Milling Greenwood Irvin Rowe St. Matthews j. H. Soles Chesterfield r. W. Blakeney Page and mrs. L. L. Brown Andrews miss Ludie Guion West Columbia mrs. J. G. Hayes jr., Cayce in me Morium in Loving memory of our father w. E. Mcelveen who passed away one year ago to Day. We know if he could speak from beyond the Sunrise he would say that jeans looked beyond his faults and saw his needs. Sadly missed Gail Jeanette Betty j Mary Ruby and son. Injured saturday afternoon when the lock rim of a Trucl tire blew Oft and struck both. Coroner w. T. Billy Eaddy identified the dead Man As George Dewitt Brown 32, of a Wilbur Street address in Lake City. He died about . In lower Florence county Hospital about three hours Anc 25 minutes after the Accident occurred. Eaddy said Brown s father Alton Brown suffered a broken leg and was hospitalized. His condition was described As satisfactory. The Coroner assisted in the investigation by Palm. Dewey Collins of the Lake City police department and Deputy sheriff Ernest Turner said the Browns were trying to Load the tire on a Van truck. He said witnesses stated George Brown struck the tire with a Hammer and the lock rim blew hitting him in the head and his father on the leg. George Brown suffered a fractured Skull the Coroner said. Eaddy ruled the death accidental and said no inquest is planned. Funeral arrangements will be announced b y Brockingt o n funeral Home. Surviving Are his wife mrs. Margaret love Brown a son Stuart Sanders Brown his Mother and father Alton and Molly Brown two Sisters mrs. W. E. Jean Barrineau of Lake City mrs. F. T. Shirley Merritt of Rock Hill his paternal grandmother mrs. Deb Brown of Lake charging them with their quadrennial game of housebreaking. Make believe with the soviet i elaborate elea of candidates soviet the rub parliament. The on for weeks detective w. A. Wiggins and Palm. J. E. Braddock booked j. The youths at the City jail about for to _ 5 ., then released the Bem tamp youngsters to the custody i their parents pending a hear costs and of it ing in family court. The officers said the youngsters Are accused of breaking into a West Florence i search tie voter no Rule. Monist party is. Above criticism selected on a territorial basis. That Many influential people in its operation of the country i everybody knows in Advance excites Means Florid oratory so far Astl and Choice. I Only once in 52 years has youths arrested there Ever been any Choice for two youths have been voters in any communist ruled an sted on burglary charges nation. That was in 1918, when according to Florence reports saturday. The youngsters their Ages seats in a constituent Assembly. Isted As 14 and 15, were a rejected by the voters the rested As a result of an in bolsheviks abolished the Assem vesti gation by detective e. D. Bly by Force. The communists Streett. Police Russia s communists failed to gain More than a Quarter of the in the . Acutely All the top leaders of the Par aware of this is evident in a Risty have been nominated Many ing underground demand for times Over in Many districts for More democracy. The moving membership in either one or the Force for the demand comes other of the two equal houses of scientists High ranking technicians and professional people. The movement May be difficult party leaders to handle because some of those identified with the urge for change Are prestigious peo to the government the Economy and the soviet defense establish ment. Such people want i end to1 be whose talents Are essential he Firce of giant efforts to get out the vote for an election in which there Are no issues and or the Council of nationalities have not since risked a Competi-1 no questions at stake. Every according to detective Tive election to legitimize their candidate agrees that the com there is Comfort in Beauty. R those who seek our assistance the Smith funeral Home at the time of sorrow will find ample Park ing space just one of the facilities offered to provide added Comfort and consideration. Lobe i Elerbe office 442-7192 phone Reid oct 669-7305. Rece Ivica degree Ronald k. Barrett a former florentine and graduate graduated with honors of Wilson High school has from Morgan state College of Baltimore my. He was among 667 receiving de Grees during recent commencement exercises. Here s one Moss that s All informal editor s note Here is one sunday mass the congregation is in no hurry to leave. It s All very Friendly and informal at the new Salvator Parish in Amsterdam where thiere Are no religious pictures or statues no choir and no kneeling at any Point of the mass. It s All part of the progressive roman Catholic Reform movement in Holland. By Godfrey Anderson a religion writer Amsterdam a Ais soon As mass priest vanished behind the wooden Lack wearing Collar and tie like he men in his congregation and buffing a cigarette. He joined the groups chatting smoking and sipping Strong Coffee at the trestle tables up on either Side of the Church. The Coffee urns had been bub bling All through the service. Children ran around in their sunday Best chasing each other bout the wooden table which had served As an altar. There was plenty of talk and laughter of one seemed in a hurry to go ome. This was the new Salvator Savior Parish in North am Ter dam on a recent sunday morning. The scene was being duplicated in hundreds of other regressive roman Catholic torches through Holland. Their innovations May worry Vatican traditionalists but the Utch Church is clearly on the Iove whatever the objections. Iese Are heard mostly from Broad less often in Holland it Elf. At least two thirds of dutch Oman catholics Are believed to Avor the current reforms. The St Are left free to carry on in p old Way. Actual conflict at Palish level is rarely seen. In crowded Little Holland it s usually easy enough to Cross Parish lines and find the kind of Wor ship you approve. The first temporary Chapel that the party leaders will to twas a builders hut. Father run from All these districts but Joost Parish priest that each will choose one and then publicly and profusely alongside in another. Gut in May 1969, the pastor thank the others for the Nomina got has Church tons. Thus when a District Flat roofed building nominates three Kremlin Lead More a Streetcar barn than ers and an obscure factory fore a place of w0rship. If hardly Man named Ivan Ivanov it Beautiful it s severely practical knows in Advance that Ivan is modern the real candidate. Marion minister named to Board Denver Colo. The Rev. Paul 0, Batson jr., pastor of the Marion s. C., Baptist Church has been elected by the Southern Baptist convention to the. Board of trustees of the midwestern Baptist geological Seminary. Other South carolinians elected to serve on boards and committees of the 11.5 million. Member denomination include Preston Callison of Columbia for a three year term on the executive committee mrs. B. B. Waters or. Of Greer to the Home Mission Board the Rev. B. F. Hawkins of Greenville to the Board of trustees of new 3rleans Baptist theological Seminary and the Rev. Hovie d. Revis or. Of Greenville to the brotherhood commission. Is graduated Gail an a degree in Psychol Lecorno Crosswell received by from the University of Georgia. A daughter of mrs. H. J. Lecorno and the late Hank Lecorno of Flor ence she graduated with honors. Receives charter the Florence morning Optimist club the City s newest civic organization received its charter saturday night during a charter night and ladies night banquet at Oakdale country club. Aubrey Lewis of Kingstree governor of the South Carolina District of Optimist International presents charter to the club s president Wray Gardner right. Re elect David w. Harwell House of representatives chairman South Carolina agriculture study committee judiciary committee agriculture conservation proven legislative service paid for by friends of Harwell for the House Donald w. Woodruff chairman the chiropractor or. J. G. Davit late in the 19th Century or. D. D. Palmer discovered chiropractic and a profession emerged that specializes in the care of the spinal column Backbone and the nervous system in relationship to ill health. During the course of the growth of the science of chiropractic there has Arisen a misunderstanding As to the scope of chiropractic practice. Some have been led to believe that the chiropractic profession implies their practitioners Are cure alls. This is far from the truth. By or. J. G. Davis know that chiropractic procedures have a place in your health program. If a condition arises that is caused by nerve pressure or nerve irritation due to a spinal misalignment there is one Way that you can be made Well and this is through spinal correction. Re Lief May be found in certain types of drugs but if a spinal misalignment remains you cannot be really Well. Your chiropractor will Analyse your condition and Tell you whether or not a spinal misalignment might be producing your disorder. It is very important however to we accept patients that our examination indicate will successfully respond to chiropractic therapy. Others Are advised to seek other competent health care. Our purpose to help you find health Davis chiropractic clinic 1612 West Palmetto St. Florence s. C

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