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Florence Morning News (Newspaper) - November 27, 1973, Florence, South Carolina2-a november Florence morning news hospitals on line with system mrs. Chrisey Cooper Othoniel Ervin tronic. Computer system that Day at a Sumler nursing Home 75, will be conducted wed two Florence hospitals now on line with an elec aftera Long illness. No Day at 3 . At Wesley economies to their operations funeral services will be Chapel United Mcleod is Chur by helping them collect announced by Redmond Fuch. Burial will be in the Church payment for patient Semmes and slash bad debts. Mcleod memorial and neral Home. Cemetery directed by Mitchell mrs. Cooper was born in Josey funeral Home. Williamsburg county a or Ervin died Friday in a Mcleod infirmary Annex have daughter of the late Billie and Florence Hospital Afler a Long joked a. Samaria Cooper. She was a illness across the state m participating member of the Bethesda United surviving his wife mrs. M uniquely sophisticated methodist Church and. A life Essie Gregg Ervin of Darling astern giving each its own Long resident of Greeleyville. Ton six daughters. Mrs. Louise direct Access health a Sura surviving five daughters Bryant mrs. Gladys Henderson _. Mrs. Marie Mandville and mrs. And mrs. Margaret Cale All of the system jointly developed Lucile Washington both of Darlington. Mrs. Janie Mills of r Newark n. A. Mrs. Terrah Baltimore md., mrs. Essie of South Carolina Andyne South Ann Cooper of Kingstree mrs. Mae Taylor of new York n.y., Caro Slina. Tisdale of Greeleyville and mrs. Edith Mae Rogers of pai1? system for and mrs. Gladys Mcduffie of Timmonsville two sons Evan to Center Reri Amedi for local Man j cok Chiec the Patterson n. J. Two sons Sam Der Ervin and Gregg Ervin David Cooperjr. Of Brooklyn both of Baltimore. My. Two n. Y., and Hezekiah Cooper of step sons Jessie Abraham and Philadelphia a. Two Sisters Robert Gregg both of Darling mrs. Queen Ester Burrough and Ion a step daughter mrs. Ger mrs. Myrtle Cooper both of Trude Coleman of Hartsville 39 Kingstree three Brothers grandchildren and 48 great Hughie Cooper James b. Grandchildren Cooper and Joe Cooper All of Kingstree 24. Grandchildren cd Browd and la great grandchildren. Data. It involves a computer that answers the Telephone recognizes your name and communicates with words and Pic lures Over Long distance on a typewriter and to screen Inthac Hospital. Ii rapidly tells a Hospital who is going to pay the Hospital How much and for what ser vices. And it helps the Hospital silk pm h mental retardation facility gets a new name or Mun lord Fuller Barbara Sylvester supt. Dave Urich ssi ass Gusz staffed by two teachers and an urges Energy policy without Arab Oil Aki Eai . R collect the not amount of Eugene Brown a. And formerly of Florence died sunday in Uniontown a. Duc cd wednesday at collection expense. A review of the audits of funeral arrangements will be Savannah Grove Baptist h c u hospitals for announced later by the Smith example has disclosed that funeral service. Garden directed by More Han surviving a son Alec annually in a collectible Bills Brown of Uniontown a. Two or. Brown died thursday in Jor Jent care Many Sisters mrs. Thressa James Philadelphia of an apparent crore always out and mrs. Irene Maryland both heart attack of grand or Brown bom m children l. F. Norris Hartsville l. Frankie standing in a slow collection Florence county a of to and Jessie Brown of the Savan nah Grove Community. Surviving in addition to his charges to patients enough Money to create Cash reserves to offset lost income. Com mrs. Loretta Davis Norris 36, died monday in a such local Hospital after a Short Brown Mhz Irsos reserves consume Over 20 per illness. Bro n and cent of every Hospital by paid funeral plans will be a noun s by a Patimo is deals ced by Celia b. Goodman of insurancecompanv., Ion Atkins funeral Home. Florence and two Brothers the or. Norris was bom in Ervin. Rev w l hmm n.c., a son of mrs. Pauline mat and Henry Brown of thews Norris Parker and the Philadelphia late Norris. He moved to 1 Hartsville 23 years ago and was associated with the Hartsville Auto Paris co. He was a Mem funeral services for mrs. Lorelta Davis. 64. Of 117 e. West Ford Road will be con ducted wednesday at 4 . At St. Beulah Baptist Church with he Kev. W. M. Blunt officiating. Burial directed by Smith s funeral service will be in Piggott Field cemetery. Mrs. Davis died in a local Hospital sunday after a Brief illness. She was bom in Floren Ber of the Assembly of god Church. Surviving in addition to his Mother his wife. Norris a daughter. Mrs. Jimmy Hodge of Hartsville a sister mrs. Bobby Watkins of Hartsville his maternal grand Mother. Mrs. Mollie Matthews of Hartsville. Wilh this system. We have reduced backlogs of accounts increased Cash flow and improved service to patients through this More timely Mode of reports Walter r. Mitchell jr., assistant director of South Carolina Hospital association. Washington api Secretary of the Treasury George p. Shultz said monday that the. United states should guide its Energy policy on the Assumption that Arab Oil deliveries Aren t going to be resumed. If we Don t Lake a lesson from this crisis Iben we re just Shultz told news men in his office. He said he believes important areas of the Economy can be insulated from the Energy Short age and added that the estimate by others that unemployment could Rise to 8 per cent because revival services scheduled Timmonsville the Rev. And mrs. Lowell Hayes of Linwood. N.c., will Lead revival services thursday through dec. 9 Al the glad tidings Assembly of god Church on Alligator Load. The services will begin at . , prayer for the sick and prophetic preaching will beheld nightly. The item. And mrs. Hayes recently returned from a tour of Israel. Of the crisis does t sound tight to Shultz said the Stock which has dropped seems to wive gone wild on the subject and indicated he Felt Wall Street was overreacting. We have a very critical he said but just because it is a critical problem does t mean we can t manage it Well and not let it bowl us operating on a rotating basis from quarters provided by churches the kindergarten moved in its present quarters on Pine Street in 1970 when school District no. 1 provided quarters for school age children. Recalling the difficulties he encountered in 1966 in getting the present is child centers lasted. Fuller said that gelling the parents Confidence was the he explained that la was Slali necessary to secure contracts from local Industry and to get Public acceptance for ire Tarj Dales working in local factories their remains supervisory problems to be Oul at the half Way Housch presently operated by he be Center he said the ceremony several officials ranked Fuller for his contribution to mental re Laii judges View state s License requirements Columbia special three judge Federal panel look under advisement monday arguments that South Carolina has overlong and unrealistic waiting periods to qualify for professional License examinations. At Issue originally was the year Long residency require ment for the state bar exam Ina lion. That was amended last summer to three months. How Ever a requirement that applications must be made four months before exams makes the waiting period seven months. Judith Bourne of Charleston con ended this violates her u. A constr Luliona guarantee of due process and equal Protection of the Laws. She won a temporary order last july took the exam passed in. And has been ii ditled to the stale bar. When the u. S. District court issued the temporary order it retained jurisdiction so the three judge panel could consider the constr Luliona question. Cal Bethea or. Pun ahfiph1a a Cal be county a Teugh Ter of the Rita Latuli Mia. Is 4ifa_j Millar Bethea sr., formerly of Floren late Alford end Daphney Miller tse Inea ar., Lori Eniy 01 Quieu Qurience. Died at his Home Friday. Is sury Jed b Funera services will be held in husband a Arnexx Davis a Philadelphia thursday. Or five he was the son of Jim Bethea her mrs of Horence and mrs. Hene mrse Mary mass Bethea of Philadelphia brother Laura Davis. Miss Frances pm adds 01 Muavae Ionia Ana Idiner pm t Ivan hip Cal Bethea or. Now serving in s the armed forces. Of Florence a sister mrs. Friends May Send Condo Len Fjor Jda of Fol race. 2i Ces to the Home of his Mother Geralld children and Greal. 1326 n. Edgewood St., Phila. Idle a r. G. Johnson mrs. Saroh Brigman Darlington Raymond George Johnson. 84, of 110 Washington St., died monday in a local nursing Home after a Long illness. Funeral arrangements will be announced by Kistler funeral Home. Or. Johnson was bom in Ann Arbor mich., the son of the late George w. And Maria Matcalf Johnson. He served in the United states army during the mexican Border incident and with the u. S. Navy Reserve during world War i. Or. John son was a retired welder and had lived in Ann Arbor until coming to Darlington in 1965. He had been a member of the american Post no. 46 in Ann Arbor for More than 47 years. He was a member of Epworth United methodist Church in Darlington. Or. Johnson was first married to the Lafe Hilda b. Walz who died in 1963 after More than 50 years of marriage. In 1965 he came to South Carolina and married mrs. Maude t. Grant. Surviving besides his wife of Darlington a daughter. Mrs. Dorothea s. Mitchell of great Falls Mont. Three sons George Raymond Johnson of Livonia mich., Donald Johnson of Bloomfield Hills Mich and Edward c. Johnson of weather Ford Texas four step daughters mrs. John Deborde of Savannah Beach ga., mrs. Paul a Harper of Columbia mrs. Marion d. Dennis of sum Ter. And mrs. Elsie Johnson of Florence two Stepsons Carl e. Grant of Florence and col. Samuel j. Grant or. Of Spring Fiew va., and six grand children. Mullins mrs. Sarah Jackson Brigman. Widow of Bingham Brigman died Satur Day in a Mullins Hospital aftera Long illness. She was in Marion county a daughter of the late Julius and Elizabeth Jackson. Funeral services will be held at . Tuesday in Bethlehem ame Church with burial in Rains cemetery con ducted by Larry Smith funeral Home. Surviving one daughter. Mrs. Lizze b. Cooper of Mullins one son. Oscar Brig Man of Kains one sister mrs. Cora Jackson of Kains eight grandchildren and nine great grandchildren. Mrs. Emma Holt mrs. Emma Turbeville Holt 71, wife of h. P. Holt of 1147 i leather Wood cir., died Mon Day in a Florence nursing Home after a Long illness. Funeral services will be con ducted at 2 . Tuesday in the Waters funeral Home Chapel. Burial will be in Riverside cemetery in Dillon. Mrs. Holt was bom in Dillon county a daughter of the Latec. P. Turbeville and Kallie san Derson Turbeville. She was a housewife and had lived in Florence for the past 15 years and was a member of South site Baptist Church of Florence. Surviving in addition to her husband of Florence two daughters mrs. Dick Helen Gibson of Florence and mrs. A w. Dorothy Turpin of Pine Bluff . One son Douglas Holt of Pine Bluff . 13 grandchildren and one great grandchild. Pointers on Selling real estate John m. Grogan second from right discusses Points of successful real estate Selling with various South Carolina real estate executives Here monday night. From left de Bowen executive vice president of the s. C. Association of realtors Leonard still president of the real estate education foundation Frank Burgdorf president of. The s. C. Association of realtors and Tommy Brunson right president of the Florence Board of realtors listen to Gro s suggestions. Grogan is president of the most corp. And Grogan realty co. Of Toledo Ohio. Photo by sorry reduce number of ship berths Charleston the South Carolina state ports authority has reduced the number of proposed ship berths on he Wando River from ii to seven and has abandoned earlier plans for piers along Hob Caw Creek. Instead newsmen were fold monday the Lio Caw Creek Shoreline will be developed As a recreational area open to the Public with its natural Beauty retained. An spa spokesman said approval of the proposed pier area would be sought from the . Army engineers Early next year. At the same Lime spa will ask the South Carolina general Assembly will be asked to approve a capital expenditure budget for construction of four Beths Between 1975 and 1980. The others will be built during the decade ending in 1990. A statement from w. W. Johnson of Columbia. Spa chairman was released in Charleston. In it Johnson said the decision to eliminate Hob Caw Creek As a pier location was based on an environmental and land use study by Arthur tulle co. Of Cambridge mass the Little report said that an encroachment into Hob Caw Creek for port development would not be environmentally according to John son. The earlier decision to con struck 11 berths was based on a report by an Oakland. Calif consulting firm. That report recommended ii berths extending from he he Leview Bermuda Bluff on Wando River around the Point of Hob Caw Creek. Accident kills Kingstree Man Kingstree David Gray 32, died monday after being i by a car on a Kingstree Street. Lie was Laken to a Kingstree Hospital where he died shortly after the . Mishap. Guy t. Mclntosh said Gray got out of the car in which he a Riding and apparently walked in front of the car driven a Wayne Harbin of Thorn Avenue. Mclntosh said the Accident was under investigation. 3 what is the Cost of a cent funeral these de a at our funeral Home services Cost whatever you wish and can afford. We offer a wide Range of prices but our service is Al ways the same the very Fin est we can provide. Tour Jentre funeral Large parking area funeral Chapel 300 South Dargan Street distinctively finer service phone 662-5251 this Monument can be on your lot before Christmas any selected from our Dis play thru dec. .1st will be installed be fore Christmas. Save now with 1973 prices hours 15 sat.9-1 mile West of mall i interstate 20 Florence. Soutth Carolina 295o1 Brown since i 9 o s

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