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Florence Morning News (Newspaper) - November 3, 1973, Florence, South Carolina2-a saturday november Florence morning news Roy Davis mrs. Roberta Cobb mrs. Roberta Cooper cob of it. 3, Florence died Friday morning in a local Hospital after a Short illness. Funeral arrangements will be announced by Ideal funeral i Arlor. Mrs. Cobb was a daughter of be late Tommy and Annie j. Cooper and was the wife of Adrai Cobb. Robert e. Bryan Robert Edward Bryan of 310 Parkview cir., died Early Friday morning in a Florence Hospital after a Short illness. Funeral services will be con ducted at 3 . Saturday in Waters funeral Home. Burial will be in mount Hope cemetery. Or. Bryan was born in Carrollton miss a son of the late Henry m. Bryan and Var non Turner Bryan. He was a retired representative of the Colgate palmolive co. And had lived in Florence for a years. He was a member of Central United methodist Church. Surviving Are his wife. Mrs. Dorothy pattern Bryan of Florence a daughter miss Terry Bryan of Newport news a. And n sister. Miss Virginia Bryan of Carrollton miss. Hoy Davis. 62. Of 107 e. Marlboro St., died wednesday at his Home of an apparent heart attack. Funeral services will be con ducted sunday at 3 . At Mill Branch ame Church. Burial will be in the Church cemetery directed by Peoples funeral Home. Surviving Are a daughter mrs. Senora Mumford of Florence an aunt mrs. Rosa and three grandchildren. Darlington funeral services for mrs. Alma Lloyd will be con ducted saturday at 3 . In Darlington first Church of god. Burial will be in Blim methodist Church cemetery near Gates directed by Belk King funeral Home. Mrs. was born in Darlington county a daughter of the Laic Nylon and Ida Mccall Weatherford. She was a member of the first Church of god. Surviving Are her husband. William Daniel of Darlington four sons William c. and Howard both of Darlington Charles w. Lloyd of Kansas City no., and James d. Lloyd of Florence six daughters mrs. Ruth Parnell of non tax Karl p. Snerson of the Florence police department said he charged Martha Ann Holloway of 506 commander St. With the offence after several Days surveillance of her residence. Is. Holloway posted-51.000 Bond and was released from custody. Del. Frierson said be. Sgt. Harold Tisdale and Cpl. Grady Collins also confiscated a Large City news briefs teenagers sell poppies buddy poppies will be for Sale at business centers throughout Florence saturday to raise funds for the widows and orphans of american servicemen killed overseas mrs. Carol Mccrary said. Mrs. Mccary buddy poppy chairman said several teenagers and members of veterans of foreign wars Post and its ladies auxiliary will he in charge of Hie Sale. The proceeds from the Sale of the poppies which Are made by disabled veteraas1 for both income and therapy go to Benefit the Widowson orphans of overseas veterans. Performs Benefit the second country. Music spectacular to Benefit the Florence and Darlington county Rescue squads will be per formed at and 10 . Saturday in the gymnasium of West Florence High Scho saturday in the gymnasium of West Florence High Sci. Ool featuring country Slars Freddie Hart Jean Shepard and Bill crash Craddock. Shows film a film describing the services of the comprehensive Community mental health Center will be shown monday Between Al . And 5 . At Francis Marion College. Lasting 30" minutes the film will be shown free upon request in the psychology department located in the Mcnair science building. At a showing scheduled for 12 . John k. Howard director of the pee Dee menial health Center will Field questions and discuss the services of a comprehensive Community mental health Center. Quantity of the illegal liquor. Magistrate. Carolyn Smith set a Bond on a 36-year-old Florence woman charged with obtaining Money under false pretences. Is. Lucille Brown of 405 of. Clifford St. Was charged with obtaining Money from the Timmonsville finance co. By giving items belonging to Veola Brown As Security. Magistrate Smith also charged William Wise 30. Of Willis trailer court with malicious mischief. Wise was charged wednesday with wilfully and maliciously damaging property belonging lie was released from the Florence detention Center on. Bond. A number of items apparently stolen from Homes in West Florence have been recovered by the Florence police and May he claimed by the owners at the police station. . Det. Eugene less Elsler said the articles were stolen from Palmetto Street Jackson Avenue Madison Avenue Woods Road Cherokee Road and Greenway drive residents and from the Royal i school. Owners Are asked to claim their Possession at the police station second floor of the City county Complex Between k . And 5 . Beginning tuesday. J a. 27.-y ear old Timmonsville Man was cleared of murder charges Friday at ., ending the second murder trial held this week in the october term of general sessions court Here. William James charged with the shooting death of Marvin Johnson in october. 1972. Broke into a break smile and said thank when the 10-Man, 2-woman jury returned its verdict. The defense rested its Case at . After two Days of testimony from approximately 19 witnesses. Defense witness Levander James took the stand As the trial resumed Friday morning and testified that he saw Lewis Williams owner of the night club where Johnson died shoot Johnson. He said that he had not testified to that fact at the Coroner s inquest last novem Ber because Williams had threatened him. Other witnesses said that James was not in the building at the time Johnson was shot. The jury retired at . After two hours summation arguments by by. Prosecution and defense attorneys and returned the verdict an hour later. Minutes after the James trial ended. Presiding judge Clarence Singletary sentenced mrs. Mary Elizabeth Siddell 28 to two years in prison suspended to one years probation when she pled Quilty to accessory after the fact of manslaughter. Lier husband Calvin Sid Dell received a 30 year sentence thursday for manslaughter in connection with the july 21 shooting death of Pamplico resident Jack Smith. Twelfth judicial circuit solicitor t. Kenneth summer Ford told the judge hat the stale would not object to a probationary sentence in View of the fact that mrs. Siddell might be pregnant Andt Ratshe has an 11-year-old daughter living in Tennessee. He said mrs. Siddell con fessed that she went to Jack Smith s room in Pamplico and after an argument Smith hit her in the head with a Hammer. She returned to her room located in the same building All bases Australia api a weather forecast for the australian capital said can Berra can expect the rain to continue increasing or decreasing a Little or remaining in and told her husband what had., happened. Be then left the room with his returned later and told her he thought he had killed Smith. Summerford said mrs. Sid Dell told him she was afraid of her husband and consequently agreed to corroborate the Story which he confessed to the police. Siddell said during his trial that he found Smith in his Sid Dell so room standing Over mrs. Siddell with a Hammer. Kis wife he lying on the floor and he shot Smith after Smith swung at him with the Hammer. A third murder trial for Charles thiem is expected to. Begin monday at a special week of general sessions court presided Over by Rosen first judicial circuit theim 27.of. Florence was charged in february with the Shotgun slaying of Fred b. Theater at fac begins with successful chapter ubiquitous Katmandu Nepal a i air pollution has reached the Remote peaks of the Himalayas according to an expedition sponsored by the . Environ mental Protection dentists said tests showed a significant increase in pollution in the past 25 years. All you can Calabash style shrimp with All the trimmings thurs. Fri. Sat. To boy "1j a is Acoss Frorer Van Billy crash Craddock Jean Sheparce Andrw second fiddles Lorence High school gym saturday november tin Symn put to pal the enrol 4.00 tickets available Darlington music co. Florence music co. Eckerd drugs Florence Harts file Mahs Evans drugs Dillon professional drugs Marion Nekton drugs Lake City or any Darlington or Flo rence Rescue squad member. Another plus the history of the Francis Marion College theater began with a successful chapter thursday night with a generally excellent performance of Agatha Christie s the the final performance of the show will be at 8 . Satur Day in Mcnair science auditorium open to the Public with tickets sold at the door. It is the first student production at fac. Director or Dennis Sander son has elicited from his cast an appropriately quickening Tempo to create the growing suspense of the murder mystery. The play s Success is insured by solid performances by All eight actors including several outstanding portrayals. Jeanie Baker is a Fine Mollie Ralston particularly in the More emotional scenes of the second act. She convincingly brings to life he timid Young Bride whose first attempt in the guest House business attracts a collection of visitors including a murderer and two potential victims. But John Debailey steals the show again and again with his accent and Wacky mannerisms As the Peculiar foreigner or. Paravicini. The most admirable aspect of Jebaily s unlikely portrayal is the almost perfect consistency with which lie maintains it Terry Allen fits description of the somber English husband Giles Ralston almost too much. But he rises to the occasion As the dramatic excitement increases. Klise Holland is appropriately and sarcastically obnoxious As the guest House s insufferable Matron mrs. Boyle. Joan Jordan gives a thoroughly excellent portrayal of the bitter Young miss Casewell. Her second act scenes of confession Are particularly line. Rupert with Only a few moments of hesitation makes a very convincing mixed up Young Nian As Christopher with so Many Idi syn crazies and neuroses to Cope with daddy s performance is one of the s most impressive. And Phyllis to mins As miss act coif drops her share of the evening s bewildering clues with accuracy and Correct unobtrusive Ness. In the Center of the play s activity probing and Cross examining is David Weaver As detective sergeant trailer. With Only i few lapses of concentration. Weaver keeps the investigation Lively but lie might have brought More excitement to his important. Role in the play s Climax. All in All director Sanderson is to be wholly congratulated for the competency he has fostered in his the first Ever at fac. Anglo s open 6 Days a week pc. Chi clan Servert a Loti free Khz Fritz Sal it a clip yet Darl. Hwy., it Emir. . Pho fee umu1 Furchgott s use your revolving charge Furchgott s country spotlight no. 2 Freddie Hart an the heart beats imported Yankee Tea Dee soup m find the full flavor you d expect from a Quality soup mix Rich nearly and packed with nutrition All 12 flavors of imported Yankee trader soups bring Back the delicious taste of old fashioned soup. Reg. Price a. Get 1 free of Ohio Csc in and Florence mall before Yob by Phiow 662-9951 America s leading cheese stores

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