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Florence Morning News (Newspaper) - October 7, 1973, Florence, South CarolinaGood morning it s sunday october 1, 1973 our both year no. 280 Florence s. C. Daily 10c, sunday 15" All out War begins in Middle East As Egypt and Syria attack israelis College football results for stories other scores see Page 1b Egypt crosses the Suez Syria hits Golan Heights Vanderbilt Virginia Purdue Duke Tennessee Kansas Newberry Concord Ohio St. Wash. St. Okla Tioma Miami notre Dame Michigan St. Maryland Syracuse Auburn miss Nebraska Minnesota 39 Alabama 22 Georgia 27 Vii 7 Citadel 28 a. Tech. 27 army 47 Indiana 8 West a. 25 Tulane 3 Pittsburgh 24 Lasc 20 a. Tech. 14 Texas asm 10 38 Richmond 0 Furman 14 Ohio 7 new 48 California 7 Washington by t1ik associated press Egypt and Syria bullied Wilh Israel across cease fire lines on slur Dikiy in the worst fighting since the Mideast War. Israel snid its gunboat Nijs. Siles Sank five syrian War ships and Egypt claimed it captured almost the entire Eastern Bank of the canal. Inch Side blamed the Oiler for Sli irling Hie fighting which broke out on tie jewish High Holiday of yom kippur. And in the Middle of the month Long moslem holy Days of Ramadan. Air Battles raged during the Day Over the Ciolini Heights along Llie Israel Syria cease fire line and Over the Sinai Peninsula. The Peninsula is a 125-mile wide desert and Mountain area Between the canal and Israel. Israel captured the Sumii in the 1967 War. Ail Bailies halted after night rail but fighting continued on the Heights and along he canal Afler Midnight. -1 a r a e i i defense minister mosh Dayan said inc hew fighting War again 1 Dayan said israeli air and ground losses were not United nations n. A i u. N. Truce observers reported to Headquarters that they had seen egyptian and syrian troops crossing cease fire lines with is Cal saturday but had nol seen any israeli crossing attempts a spokesman relaying the report to newsmen said inc observers1 Rex its told of crossing by the egyptians Al five Points on the Suez canal and by inc syrians at two Points on the Golan Heights. Significant. Hul Cairo radio reported shooting Down 11 israeli jews and losing 10 of its own in the largest air Halloc Between inc two count Ries in years. See additional stories pages 2a, 6a, 7a, and -5b i he sea Battle in lie Medinet Ranegan look place off the coast of Syria about 200. Miles North of Israel. The israeli command said five of its gunboats Sank four syrian missile Boals and a syrian torpedo Ixia. The command said the syrian Boals fired a Large number of but thai All of them missed. A Tel Aviv govern Cal radio broadcast reported Early Sun Day that Egypt was Landing commando forces behind israeli lines in the Sinai desert and that israeli forces were mopping them fighting raged on Wii Oul lol Ling up along the entire mile canal front. Llie israeli command said alter Midnight. A command communique said egyptian forces Hal had established Bridgehead across the canal were being contained by israeli thai the egyptians did nol manage to extend their penetration at Cairo radio reported Egypt Lian forces a Chikik almost entire Eastern Bank of the Suez report from i Cairo the egyptian tanks and troops thai poured across the canal had see Mideast Pagita heavily outnumbered israelis win still an All out War again Tel Aviv a israeli defense minister Moshe Dayan declared saturday night that inc new explosion of fight Iii in he Middle Easl is the Start of an All Oul War forces will be Able of push my and equipment Nihro Ghoul the night across the Suez canal where Israel lost a few positions and Hail a few Dayan said. When our Armor and forces Are then we can snarl the real he added. Dayan spoke hours Afler pre Mier Izilda Imi in assured inc nation that Israel was repulsing the egyptian and syrian rooms Wilh grave losses to the the Patch eyed defense min ister admitted Hal Israel was suffering losses of its own. Lizul he added that the arabs have not made any real Dayan hero of the im7 Victory made inc disclosures in a somber television speech and i a news conference Washington Iai 1 the outnumbered israelis relying on Swift of re serves and fasl movement Over in Einal roads actually May have been helped because the new fighting broke out on lie yom kippur Holiday. L a. Military sources said in May have been easier than Nodal for i he israelis to Muster re scr Isle and to Insh reinforcements to the Egv Lian and syrian Borders because most israelis Are normally Al Home for the lews holiest Day and virtually All roads arc empty of civilian traffic. Early reports reaching inc Pentagon from the Middle Easl indicated the egyptians and syrians Star cd inc fighting defense sources said. They described Ilasa Inai or hut Egypt claimed the israelis attacked first. And stale department Lin Horl ,1. Mccloskey said in new York that inc United slates does nol have sufficient information Al ibis Lime to which Side fired the first shots. The israelis apparently informed . Officials in recent Days of what i hey said were Large movements of military units in both Egypt and Syria. Defense officials confirmed they were aware of such movements. The israelis always have been heavily Oulman Bej of. Bill they have a 3-0 score Over hip arabs in past major wars. American military men credit israeli victories in lil Fili and the Day War of to Superior leadership More aggressive news analysis ladies and a capability in the use of sophisticated the raw null jars show the israelis to beat a serious disadvantage in slacking their army and air Lorca against the combined strength of inc egyptians and syrians. And this does t even count the military forces in Oiler Arab count pics which have nol joined the fight so far. According to was Lorn estimates the egyptians and syrians log Ellior can Field a total of about 750.coo ground soldiers Jed More than tanks against Israel s maximum of about 300.i1ixi soldiers and tanks. In the air. The egyptians and syrians live More than Iofel righting air Rall compared Villi Israel s roughly Hod. Air Power has spelled perhaps the most idling difference Llie arabs and israelis in recent years particularly the War in Wlinich inc israeli air Force mounted a Surprise strike Al the Oul Sel and demolished Egypt s russian supplies air planes on the ground. Last a Nash. Inc israeli air Force which is Bill around . And Trench Mill fighters Dehl roved 13 s Rian ski Juls in a Bailie and loss Only one of Ihei rown. Accord ing to . Intelligence sources. In the Wake of thai Luigi Dialion. According to . Intelligence Llie syrians and Luicir Kussian trainers have been blaming each Oiler. Generally. . Air exports have a Low opinion of inc Quality of egyptian and syrian pilots. Al sea. None of the warring nations has much fighting Power. _ Una both Israel and ils egyptian syrian rivals own last patrol Irolas armed Wilh Siace to surface missiles. An unknown Csc Mcnol so far in inc new flare up is be Altitude of the soviets. The russians rebuilt Egypt s ground and air forces after the i Lii War in which the israelis destroyed 01 captured More than is billion Worth of tanks and other equipment however. Egypt and inc soviet Union had a falling out last year and Egv Lian president Anwar Sandal ordered inc russians la leave. Sovil Iii nned fight or squadrons Weil Back o Russia along Wilh some russian Pilos. Technicians instructors and advisers. The Rev. Julius e. Clark Dies after Long illness the . Julius Clark. M. Retired method isl minister and resident of u17 Madison ave. Died saturday morning in a Florence Hospital Afler a Long illness. Funeral services will tie con ducted Al 5 . Sunday in can iral United Mel Liodis Church Hyla Clive. E. Paul Cwi Zirler. The Rev. . Garrison and the Kev. Carl Parker Lurial. Directed by Loii Demirc t Lineral Home will be in my. Hope cemetery. Pallbearers will in John i Allison. Julius e. Claim Iii. Us Runci k. I . Ilar Llee. Ii. S. Lyman i Joseph m. Mek Nigil m. Meadors. And u. G. Sense nay. Honor bearers will lie the members of the Slaff a memorial Hospital. Ministers of Solh Carolina and members of the Kiwas club the Rcv. Or. Clark was born aug. 12, 1hh7 Al a son of the Lalo Samuel j. Mill Mary unit Fly now Clark. He was Cuti rated Al Clenion College and a Nicory University no Allan the . retired minister la. Lie was Active in inc ministry for 10 years having Millered the method isl con Ference in he served at sailers. Pinopolis homing any Charleston is. Matthews King Alrec. Hamberg Central United Metlz Lisl Al h Lorunce Marion nil Mullins. Afler his retirement in lie Rcv. Or. Clark moved Hack o Aii l supplied til Hope Well Presby Furian Church no Huissen and w is chaplain Al memorial Llo spill for a number of years lie was a supporter of epic Orch Chil Dren s Home and was a for Mer member Olllie Iniard of irus Lees of Columbia College while pastor Al Central uni let Mel Liodis Church in Florence he was acl ivc in snarl ing i he is Paul United method isl Church surviving arc his wife. Mrs. Ice crude Clark of Florence i to Daug Herrs. Mrs. I. U. Ithol Mai Dixon of Florence and mrs. I. K Viviani Mou Kingstree a son. . Col i Ilius e. Clark in. I. S. Army Rel Rcd of card ii five Frank ii. Clark of Atlanta. A. Chovino it. Clark. C. A Mcwey Clark William .1. Clark Anil Warren h. Clark All of Manning n Sisler. Miss Lucr Iha k. Clark of Manning two grandsons Lawrence ii. Dixon Iii of Florence Julius e. Clark Iii of i Midi ii a grand daughter. Mrs. A Larrill a Oldham of Angula la. And in Garcal the body will lie in stale Al Central United method isl Church from . Until time for services Kissinger urges Egypt Israel to end fighting new York api Secre tary of stale i Lowry a. Kissinger on saturday urged inc foreign ministers of Egypt and Israel to do Csc Ryling possible to end Llie new fighting in inc Middle Easl. A stale depart Miil spokesman said. Kissinger acting on instr no Lions of president Nixon made inc appeals in Telephone con Var salons Wilh Egv Lian for sign minister Mohamed a and israeli foreign minis Ler Abba Elian lie spokesman added. He said Kissinger had also tried to reach the foreign min ister of Syria another country involved in the fighting but had nol succeeded by Early afternoon. Kissinger and the. Middle Easl ministers were in new York for the . General As Sembly meeting. In each Kissinger urged res Niini and efforts to avoid escalation or continual inn of the fighting spokesman Hob . Mccloske said. The United Stales lie my did Hal continuing Bloomi Sce Kissinger Page my origins of conflict go Back thirty years Belv Tycen jews and arabs than 30 years ago when Palestine was British Man dated. Page 5b. Index arts 9b business 6a Nelson Gause 77, Dies in Florence c. Gallup poll 5a slates have started sending their own ambassadors abroad in Horoscope 10a search of economic Goodwill. Sports 1b women 1c an old image has returned to the nation s campuses this fall. Page id. Weather fair and Cool sunday becoming partly Cloudy monday. Highs mid 80s. Lows around 60. Details Page 3a. Fair opens monday evening the was Lorn Carolina agricultural fair opens Mon Day evening at ii . With rides shows Elii Wilsand other All actions for Llie anticipated 10.000 persons from Nihro Ghoul lie All exhibit space has already been filled by Charclies far mers businesses service clubs Public agencies and other participants according to Lair manager u. N. Hob Jones. Contests will ix1 held for can Nurs in arching bands Callie. Swim Flowers Art and clothing. More than 80 rides including one new kiddie ride and several new1 rides from and shows will con Iri Bulc to inc enl i Linin men funeral services for William Nelson . 7t. Retired i Striet manager of Cit and resident of Wisl i si., will he con clucked sunday Al . In Chapel by inc Rev e. Paul Mew Hirler. Burial directed by Stoudenmire funeral Home u ill be in my i Lope cemetery. Pallbearers will lie is an har ii Berl Lilack Burin. Hrucz . Mitchell Lause. Or. Thad Iassc or. And u Wllliam Nelson Lause ii. Honor bearers will be ii j. Lack will. Darby Cusack. W. H. Cox. C. C. Cos. Frank . Or. Harry Allen. James e. Cope land. Leonard Lull Chitison. Joe Parrish. La Corbeil Jordan. C. A. Vining and Cecill Loyd. Or. Cause died Friday nigh in a local Hospital Ali a a Long illness lie was born aug. 7. At Lake cily a son of the Laic Webster Prssley and Ellen Evans Iassc. Lie served in Llie u. S. Navy in 1s115 and Ullin. Lie served As a u. S. Marshall i u r i n g t he Hoove r administration. Or. Lauson came to Florence in 1018 to work for the Allan tic coast line Railroad. After Helm in the automobile business for a while he Neceph Leil a position in Uilah the american credit co in american Cret lil co. Was Iton Ghl ring Loveal the com any years having retired in in Lii As Dis i k l manager. Surviving Are Bis wife. Mrs. To Ylma cause of Florence and by his first wife. Mrs. Lei Ian Lix win cause who died in ii1.w the following children survive iwo . Mrs. Raymond Iwilla Nelll Eduards of Plarl Seville and mrs. Douglas Everelle so Niuffer of ller Shey. A i rec sons. Mit Chell cause of liens Falls. N. Y., Colic Lanse of Florence and o Neil Iassc of Charleston three a rollers. Evans Lause Richard cause both of Charleston and Joe Iassc of Lake cily Sisters. Mrs. Esther Ward of Scranton and mrs Hull Van san of Charleston also 15 Brand children and 15 great Brand children

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