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Florence Morning News (Newspaper) - November 12, 1973, Florence, South Carolina2-a monday november Florence morning news mrs. Mamie Hollman mrs. Eula Kelly mrs. Mabel Craft mrs. Mamie Anderson Lollman. 77, widow of Walter j. I Tollman died saturday in a Florence Hospital after a Long illness. I funeral services will be con ducted monday at 3 . In the i Eniel Baptist will follow in the Church cemetery directed by Stouden mire funeral Home. Mrs. Hollman was born in Florence county daughter of the late George and Amanda King Anderson. She was a member of Peniel Baptist Church and a lifelong resident of Florence county. Surviving Are three daughters mrs. Mamie Rae Turbeville of Florence mrs. Lois Turner of hampton.va., and mrs. Annie l. Pit Ell of Gloucester a. Five Brothers Mack Anderson Steve h. Anderson Herbert s. Anderson Ralph k. Anderson and g. S. Andersonjr. All of Timmonsville one sister mrs. Lucille gee of Timmonsville nine grandchildren and 17-great- grandchildren. Mrs. Tisha Floyd Lynch Lake City mrs. Tisha Floyd Lynch 76, widow of Arthur w. Lynch died sunday at her daughter s Home near Timmonsville after a Long illness. Funeral services will be con ducted monday at 3 . In the Lake City first pentecostal holiness Church burial will be in the Matthews cemetery near City directed by Floyd funeral Home. Born in Florence county mrs. Lynch was a daughter of the late Marshall and Mitt Mca Hesler Floyd and was a licensed practical nurse for. More than 40 years. She was a member of the City first pentecostal holiness Church. Surviving Are three daughters mrs. Leona Clark of Uke City mrs. Clio Lupton o Charleston and mrs. Oleda Adams of Timmonsville a son Leroy a. Lynch of Charleston a sister mrs. I Ouise Daniels of Kingstree three Brothers till Rian Floyd and w. W. Bub bal Floyd both of Kingstree. My ii earner Floyd of Lake City .12 grandchildren and 17 great grandchildren. James f. Hartsville mrs. Eula Campbell Kelly 79, widow of Darling w. Kelly died sunday Hartsville nursing Home after a Long illness. 1 funeral services will be con ducted monday at 4 . From Brown Pennington Atkins funeral Home. Burial will be in in Blackwell cemetery. Mrs. Kelly was bom in. Ker Shaw county a the late Hartwell and Agnes Cor Bett Campbell. She was a ber of the Harmony Baptist Church. Surviving Are a son. Billy h. Kelly of Carlsville daughters mrs. W. H. Garland and mrs. Thelbert Grantham both of Hartsville eight grand children and five great grand children. James red Griggs Darlington James red Griggs 53, died sunday in a Darlington Hospital after a Short illness. Funeral services will be con ducted monday at . In the Darlington pentecostal holiness Church. Burial will be in Grove Hill cemetery directed by Kistler funeral Home. Or. Griggs was born in Darlington county a son of the late Dours and Annie Mae Gainey Griggs. He operated a retail grocery store for More than 30 years. Surviving Are four daughters mrs. Annie g. White of Oakridge term., mrs. Marie Mcl a Doh of West Columbia mrs. Rachel Richerson of Mobile ala., and miss Mary Griggs of the Home four Brothers i Wallace Griggs of Cheraw Richard Griggs of Darlington John d. Griggs and Dours Griggs jr., both of Troy . Two Ella Weatherford and mrs. May Register both of Darlington and five grandchildren. James c. Cothron Darlington mrs. Mabel Norwood Register Craft. 73. Of 129 Calhoun st., died sunday in a Darlington Hospital after a Long illness. Funeral services will be con ducted tuesday at 3 . From the Belk King funeral Home. Burial will be in the Grove Hill cemetery. Mrs. Craft was born in society Hill a daughter of the late John and Caroline Smith Pipkin. She was a member of the first Church of god. Surviving Are her husband Jasper c. Craft of Darlington six sons Jack Craft Otis nor Wood James Register William Register and Robert Register All of Darlington and Harvey Register of Norfork a. Four daughters mrs. Nettie Logan mrs. Helen Kent mrs. Mildred Morris and miss Patsy Craft All of Darlington sister mrs. Hufus Lloyd of dates 28 grand children and seven great grandchildren. A. to drawl from occupied Arab a la nit nil Ltd m Lamb Oil policy a and consequently that of Kun p if___1.l-. v no Oil. If you re Neutral you get v will gel the same As before Tel a Hori states and flying Saucer in Northern France it seems that i unidentified Hying object has landed in lamber Sart France but really new covered swimming port. In shape the 30-ton can rotate in three minutes to allow the Mait amount of Mil Reghl to enter Trie dome s skylights. Muf Ine ump a s Are considered hostile because of their stance on Israel. They arc getting no in addition production cuts now totalling 25 per cent and escalating at the Rale of five per cent a Are aimed at forcing the arabs heavily de pendent european and Japa Nese Oil customers to pressure Washington for a change in its Middle East policy. R Planta James . 55. Died sunday in a Lake City Hospital. Funeral arrangements will be announced by Green s funeral Home in Olanta. Francis Lauren Kennedy Darlington funeral services for Francis Lauren Kennedyjr. Will be conducted monday at 4 . In the freewill Baptist Mission. Burial will be in the Grove Hill cemetery directed by Belk King funeral Home. Or. Kennedy. 45, died Satur Day in a Columbia Hospital after a Long illness. Allen Bruce Jackson Dillon funeral services for Allen Lbruce Jackson will be conducted monday at 3 . From Williams funeral service. Burial will be in Riverside cemetery. Allen Bruce. In. Died late Friday in Dillon when he was struck by a train. Women s killer in . Charlotte . James c Cothron 60, died saturday at his residence in Charlotte after a Short illness. Funeral services will be con ducted monday at . From the Henry Bryant Chapel in the Oaks. Burial will be tuesday at . In Edgewood Green Wood. Or. Cothran was born in Laurens and had been a real estate agent since 1950. He was a world War ii Veteran and a 1936 graduate of Davidson College. He attended graduate school at the University of South Carolina. Surviving Are his wife mrs. Mary Rhodes Cothron of Charlotle two daughters. Miss Mary Cothron of Washington. D c and miss Leslie Cothron of Charlotte . A son James c. Colhran of Spartanburg two Brothers e. K. Cothran of Charlotte . And Samuel a. Cothran of Aiken also one grandchild. Mrs. Ella Bacote society Hill funeral services for mrs. Ella Bacote of Brooklyn n.y., formerly of society Hill will be conducted monday at 1 . From the new Hopewell Baptist Church. Burial will be in the Church cemetery directed by Young arid Young funeral Home. Mrs. Bacote 72, died thursday in Brooklyn n.y., after a Long illness. She was born in Darlington county a daughter of the late mrs. Katie Johnson. She was the widow of is Bacote. Surviving Are nine nieces and 11 nephews. Francis Edward Daniel Mullins Francis Edward Daniel 53, died sunday in a Mullins Hospital after a Short illness funeral services will be con ducted at 4 . Monday from Cox Collins funeral Home. Burial will be in the cede Date cemetery. Or. Daniel was born in Marion county a son of the late James Samuel and Eva Watson Daniel. He was a retired Post Man a Mason a world War ii Veteran a member of the american legion and a ber of the Mullins first Baptist Church. Surviving Are his wife Olivia Floyd Daniel of daughters mrs. Don b. Pamela Collins jr., miss Karla Daniel and miss Denise Daniel All of. Mullins four Brothers James Pierce Daniel Ernest c. Daniel and Julius e. Daniel All of Mullins. And Samuel e. Daniel of Orangeburg. Red Springs officials probe cause of fire red Springs . Api fire officials surveyed the damage sunday from a major fire that destroyed the three Story Heilig Meyers furniture store and the adjoining Wal Ter s supermarket in the heart of this Robeson county town of chief Lewis Mcfayden of the red Springs Volunteer fire department said he did not know the cause of the saturday night fire. Mcfayden discounted the possibility of arson. The fire was discovered in the furniture store at about . By red Springs policeman Burlie Locklean who was investigating a burglar alarm apparently set off by the flames. Lock Leaf said the fire began in the rear of the furniture store. The Structure was engulfed in flames when firemen arrived from the red Springs depart ment. 70 persons dead in . Traffic scr Teton Man Dies of wounds inn a. By the associated press at least 10 persons were killed in South Carolina traffic accidents during the weekend including three in a two car crash in Columbia. Authorities said David a. Price 19, Larry d. Lee and Warren Paul Hanes. 18. All of Columbia were killed in the Headon collision. Drivers of both cars were injured. Police said Hanes had been injured Slighly in a traffic Acci Dent about three hours earlier treated at a Columbia Hospital and picked up after his release by his friends. The state Highway patrol identified the other victims Rezzy Baker 41, of Colum Bia was killed in a two car collision Only a Block from his co Lumbia Home. Raymond . 41. Of Greer killed in a two car crash on . 29 a few Miles North of Greenville. Furman 0. Ford Duj route 1, Cottageville killed when his car went out of control arid hit a tree 16 Miles East of Walterboro in cd Eton county. Ernest Carr. Surfside. Died of injuries suffered when struck by a car on . 17.in Horry county. Michael Ray Rollins 19, of Lancaster killed in a one car Accident on a Rural Road 3.4 Miles Southwest of Lancaster. Sherman Blackm of co Lumblad killed in a car truck crash on . 321 on the out skirts of Columbia. Scranton a 26-year-old Scran Lort Man died sunday of gunshot wound complications in a Britain France and Spain Are considered Friendly to the Arab cause so they have been granted favored nation status with no decrease in their Oil flow. This Means the trials like Japan and West Germany have to share what s left which is steadily Dimin Ishing As a result of the product ii Onuis. Saudi Arabia has the world s a largest known. Reserves of . Carlide estimated a. 150 billion county no medical barrels and thus bears the examiner mo51, pressure to increase pro the victim was identified As auction. Myers Nelson Tedder or. A Europe and Japan till Early tobacco Market employee. Depend on the arabs for More a City police than 85 per cent of their fuel shot nov. 3. But he relying on the arabs for 25 to 35 had no further information As to per cent of its the next decade and has been pushing for saudi production increases up to 20 million barrels a Day by the 1980s. Since the Cir curb stances. As of late sunday the investigating officer could not be reached for comment however a source said the incident occurred either in Ted Der s of Rote room or apart . He was apparently in win Slon Saleri on business the source said. The War. However daily production has been Cut from 1.4 lofi.2 million barrels a Day. New tune pharmaceutical body slated to hear Dorn Cong. William Jennings Bryan Dorn . Will address the pee Dee pharmaceutical association at . Tuesday at the Florence country club. At the age of 22, Dorn was elected to the South Carolina House and two years later he sought i James Mckenzie Dillon James Jim 83. Died sunday at his residence Afler a Long illness. Funeral services will be con ducted tuesday at 3 . From mount Calvary Baptist Church. Burial will be in Riverside cemetery directed by cot Lingham funeral Home. Or. Mckenzie was born in 1 inc Olton. . Api Dillon county a son of the late the body of a Lincoln county James s. And Minerva m. Woman. 38-year-old mrs. He was a world War Blackburn was found sunday i Veteran and was a retired Lex Rifle noon in a wooded area at file worker. High Shoals in adjacent Gaston surviving Are his wife. Mrs Minnie Hasberry a an area wide manhunt was son l. F. Mckenzie of lumber called off sunday night. Lin Ion . Two daughters mrs. Coin county sheriff Harven a. Hester Berry and mrs. I ranges Crouse said the woman s killers a Nestle both of Dillon a sister apparently had fled North mrs. Lizzie Oraves of Mccoll Carolina Nilie grandchildren and h great mrs. grandchildren. About 9 . Friday in front of her Small grocery and textile Pincher infant Mill outlet store at the Cross roads Community of Labora tory South of Lincolnton. A wit graveside services for the Ness said she screamed As iwo infant son of James m. And men forced . Marsha Jordan Fincher will he Crouse said kidnapping War conducted monday at 10 . In rants have been sworn against he Newman swamp cemetery Roger Deari Young 25, and directed by Belk King funeral Dennis a Gance 19. The last Home. Known address for either was. U. 6, Lincolnton where. Surviving besides the Paren Crouse said they were slaying is Are the Talemal grandparent Wilh Young s family. Is or. And mrs. James Fincher in addition Crouse said the of Florence the maternal Gran Fri had sworn out Federal War parents or. And mrs. Harvin Ranis charging both men with Jordan of Lamar and the unlawful flight to avoid prose paternal great grandmother cution since in is believed they mrs. Martha Boswell of Okiren have left the state be. Mrs. Ernestine c. Dease scr Anton mrs. Ernestine Cooper Dease 4i-. Died sunday in a. Florence Hospital. Her infant son was Horn and died saturday. Funeral services will be con dulled tuesday at 11 . In the pleasant Hill freewill Baptist Church. Burial will be in the Garden of Devotion cemetery directed by Morris funeral Home. Mrs. Dease wife of the Rev. Jimmy .1. Deaser As born in Georgetown county a daughter of William Bennie Cooper and the Lale mrs. Mattie Lambert Cooper. She was a member of Beulah freewill Baptist Church. Surviving besides her father and husband Are her step Mother. Mrs. William b. Cooper of Georgetown three daughters mrs. Ann d. Var Nadore of Columbia. Miss Sarah Margaret Dease and miss Rachel Dease both of Scran ton five sons Ronald James Dease. Aaron Dease. Wade Dease. Donald Ray Dease and Brachel Dease. All of Scranton three Sisters. Mrs. Dorothy Jones of Georgetown mrs. Irene broach and mrs. Bettyjo Hanser. Both of Andrews five Brothers Brachel Cooper and Sidney Cooper both of Georgetown. Curtis Cooper and Ben Cooper both of Lancaster. Daniel Cooper of Andrews iwo grandchildren and the paternal grandmother mrs. A. F. Craft of Florence. Myers Nelson Tedder or. Scranton Myers Nelson Tedder jr., 26, died sunday in a Winslon Salem . Hospi Uil Afler a Short illness. Funeral services will be announced by Floyd funeral Home of Olanta. _ Cong. Bryan Dorn Speaks in Florence was the state Senate i be was seated by special vote of the Senate and was then the youngest state senator in the history of South Carolina. Dorn served As an enlisted Man in thear Mair corps for three and a half years during world War ii. He Waseleck Tedeto the United Stales Congress in 1946 becoming one of its youngest members he is chairman on the Veteran affairs committee and a member of the Public works committee. With 25 years in Congress he is the Dean of the South Arolina delegation. Dorn was Educ ated. In the Public schools of Greenwood and has been awarded honorary doctor of Law degrees from Lander College. Clemson University and College. He was born in Greenwood county in 1916. He is married to the former Mattie Johnson and i recoup in have five children and reside at Greenwood. Veterans groups hear congressmen two of the state s congressmen will address veterans organization gatherings in the pee Dee monday night. Rep. W. Jean legs Bryan Dom ., the third District is slated As guest speaker for. The combined american legion ladies auxiliary and Vetera Isof foreign wars veterans Day banquet . At the addressing the Marlboro county american legion Post will be sixth District rep. De Voung . The leg Imi will hold its veterans Day banquet at 8 . Red Blaff hut. The police department spokesman said an Indi Vidigal. Whom he refused to identify was charged at the time of the shooting with assault with in enl to Kojl he raid to one has been charged with the slaying All Hestime. Mbabane. Lapi King so Huza ii offered a jh9 prize for new music Loac company the words of swazi land s National Anthem. Hcs Aid the current tune makes the in them to difficult losing. Still fit Hamilton. Ohio Lap Minnie Fager marked her 100th birthday with friends and flow ers thursday and admitted Hor age has slowed her Down on the dance floor. She danced freq Henlly at a Hamilton Center until recently. It takes a Little longer to get going she said. Jut her advanced. Years Haven t slopped weekly visits to her sister. Elizabeth who celebrated her 102nd birthday sept. 1-1. Pee Dee weather fair and Cool predicted fair and Cool Loday and tomorrow is the forecast for the pee Dee according to a National weather service report last night. High Lemper lures Loday will be in he Low 60s with Low tonight in is mid 30s. Highs tomorrow Are expected to be in the mid 60s. A Large High pressure system continues to gift southeastward. This system will maintain fair pee Dee for the next few Days. Atliner for Chr j4 hour i k Nori Rul High it we Renc Urmi Edh Lor m-5j, Lor month or 1 . Surv Law 4 it . Tomy i to Ken Uter nun a walk Amdi drive my nuts mar peril into int ctr i Rokl vow forecast Snow North of the. A fat in with expected in Northern cd form and of Tom Paci fic Northwest a fort Are expected to be Maeopal with cold air moving into the Region from Canada. A ski it Mart. Orier in . . Pm eur 12 be Imo Jas _ sir wow Low 1.1 brom 03 t not Irma 13 til Low High Rich Mui Tim it to Iri Swift m re Vert i bet flu it a fun Rich Mui Tim it to total few i Brinn t Imti pm 1ih do of prec Binm win wit cn-k-0-1 kit rom Orch a n Rue 41 a Wei. Here s to your Good health by pour j. Steincrohn. . 1 i Coffee May help hype kinetic child dear or Steincrohn i have something Peculiar to report to you. It s about my a year of son. I be been nervous for years and my husband says it s because a heavy Coffee Drinker. 1 drink a East a dozen cups of Strong Black Coffee a any. Now Here s the unusual part of it. Our son has been very nervous considered him a Chip off the of Block. He trouble in school. He can t read very Well lie can t sit still in class. He s hyperactive. The teacher tells Nie he is what is called Hyperfine to. She says he has a minimal brain dysfunction. Our doctor wanted to prescribe amphetamines. Me says these medicines often help such children. But my husband and i refused to let him take drugs. About a month ago our son said he was lived of drinking milk All the Lime and insisted he d like Coffee instead. Against my better judgment f let him join me in a couple of cups of Coffee a Ojay. I Don to know if Here s any connection. Since lie began taking Coffee i be noticed he s much quieter around the House. And his teachers say there has been a transformation. He s now Jonseof the most cooperative kids in the class. This is a mystery. Can you explain e. Comment if you had asked me a week ago i would have said i can l understand Why Coffee should overcome his however on the Day your letter arrived. I received also a release from the american medical association that helps solve mystery. I la quote from Iheama news features Plain Coffee May be As Good As drugs in calming hype kinetic children a psychiatrist reports. Hype kinetic children because of minimal brain dysfunction Are constantly moving aimlessly about unable to sit still in class or concentrate on school or. Robert c. Schnackenber of Columbia. . Decided to try the Well known stimulant caffeine. He prescribed iwo cups of Coffee daily for 11 children after taking them off drugs for Tiree weeks. All the children improved. Although the doctor plans another study he said the Pilot research suggests Ihal caffeine May have a place in management of the child with minimal brain dysfunction syn drome hype kinetic impulse i Hope this explains the mystery mrs. B. And i Hope that further investigation reveals that Coffee is ready an efficient occasional substitute for milk in such disturbed children. It s too Earsy to Beurel nevertheless i believe it s important enough to a discuss with your child s paediatrician. Jedi palettes replies to readers for mrs a almost m per cent of american Coal miners have Black lung a common name for pneumoconiosis. The severe advanced form of the disease occurs in 2.5 per cent of miners. Inhaling Coal dust causes the lung damage. Have your husband Check into it. For drinking soft water should not harm you. However a for some reason you Are on a kor sodium diet due to Hyerle a ski. Heart disease or kidney disease better Check with your doctor before using it regularly. L no matter How much married people love each other there is bound tension at times Between people thrown together for years says or. Steincrohn in his Booklet How to live wit i lessens kit at for a copy writ him at this paper enclosing k cents in Coin and n stamped. Self adds Essed Enve Jope

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