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Florence Morning News (Newspaper) - October 10, 1973, Florence, South Carolina2-a wednesday october Klo Fience morning news mrs. Inez Askins mrs. Violet Ridgeway mrs. Judith Brown Timmon services for mrs. Inc Miu Luis asking 67, who died sunday will be conducted a ii . Wednesday ill Union Perry funeral Home by us lick. I. M. Burial will be in Byrd cemetery. Pallbearers will lie William j. Perry to Lukinic Evans Keith Mcleod. G. Save ranch or. Cecil weird find Warren mrs. Askins Wasl Virnin Ham Borg Nunly ind graduated from Winthro College. She was lie widow of Llcy Weixl Askins or. Of Timoni Onsville. For tie past in Yiirs. She had made her Home in Dillon where Slie taught in the Dillon schools. Surviving arc a son. Arthur Wells Askins of Columbia two daughters. Mrs. Krik Imi Chic of Citrus Heights Odif. And Al Polly Garlington of Atlanta la. A step daughter mrs. Herman Mario Kline of Charlotte c. Find six grandchildren. Marion j. Jordan a r . 72. Of it. Died tuesday in a Florence Hospital after a Short illness. Kline nil arrangements will us announced by bulk King funeral Floine. Or. Jordan was i trn in Darlington county a son of the late Kli Washington and Mallissia Watford Jordan lit was retired from Soruco products in a Larksville. And was a Farmer lie was i member of Cwman swamp Southern methodist Church. Surviving arc his wife. Mrs. Belle Slucky Jordan Twu smis. Marion Lewis Jordan of and Waller Jordan of Myrtle Beach three daughters. Mis. Joseph Bradshaw. Mrs. Ivy. Parnell and miss Carol Jordan All of Lamar two Brothers. Marvin Jordan and Cuyler Jor Dan both of Lamar a sister. I s. Pauline j. Brie of Tim non Seville 12 grandchildren and three i cat grandchildren. Mrs. Zahie Saleeby funeral services fur mrs. La Boika Saleeby. I. Of William k Salee vol i in Kim ave will conducted wednesday at 2 i . In Tolje first Assembly of dial by the Rcv. A. Ilos and the Hev. Waiter c. Dixon Hirial. Directed by Loii Lonmire funeral Home will be in my Hope cemetery. Pallbearers will Eddie Fountain. Nick Hobeika. William Hoh Cika. Or. Hii hurl Long. Fred Samra. A. M. Slan ton. Mack Weaver and cd mind Zabka. Honor bearers will be x. S. Ami Arab or. Or. Hurry alien. M. K. Airy a. X. B bar i Xiy or. Or. We. Hart. Or. Myers Hicks. Or. Morris. B Slat Ford pos Lon. Kli Sam Saleeby. And Maurice Saleeby. Mrs. Saleeby died monday afternoon at her Home after a Long illness. W. Davis Frye Lake City funeral ser vices for w. Davis will be conducted at . Wednesday in Floyd s Chapel pentecostal holiness Church by he Hev. Jack Mcklveen. The Kev. F. B. And the Rev. Jaaires Watson. Burial will in in the old Pincy drove cemetery Diree led by Floyd funeral Hume. Or. Fryc. Died monday in Lake cily Hospital Allera Long illness. Pallbearers will be Levon Bennett. Carol Spring. Hen Jamin Frye. Delenn Frye. Clishe ii. I1 Rye and Carlyle five. Horn in Clarendon county he Ems a son of the late Benjamin franc is and a foul five lie was a retired Fanner a Veteran of world War i and a member of Floyd s Chapel pentecostal holiness Church. Surviving Are two daughters. Mrs. May Barfield and mrs. Belly Jean Baxley Xith of Lake i a three sons. Urani and adv. In f ru1 both of Charleston and Charles Frye of Georgetown a brother Melvin Fry of Turbeville irl grand children and a great grand child. I in Wood mrs. Violet Weaver hide Way. 57. Died tuesday in a Manning Hospital after a Long illness. Funeral ser vices will be conducted at i . Thursday at Sli Elley Brinson funeral Home in Manning. Burial will be in Cook cemetery in . . Ridgoway was born in Florence county a daughter of the late s. T. And Susan cd Xii Weaver. She was a member of the Baptist Church. Surviving Are her husband. Henry Walter Ridgeway a daughter mrs. Turn my Ridgeway of Manning four sons. John l Ridgeway of Chilhowee. Mo., Roy 0. Ridgeway of Pinewood Alva i. Ridgoway of Sumter Ami Bob Ridgoway of i Heaume a sister. Mrs. Ludic Mae Morris of Florida two Brothers Murray Ridgeway mid Otto Weaver Ridgeway both of like cily nine grandchildren. William b. Tisdale Kings Tush William Bud die Tisdale. Tin. Died monday afternoon Al Florence general Hospital Flera Long illness. Funeral services will be con ducted Al h p. M. Wednesday at Central pros Hileria Church by the Hev. Billy Hylus. Burial will be in Tisdale cemetery directed by Williamsburg fungi a i ionic. Or. Tisdale was Burn in county a son of the Laic j. Johnny Mai tin and Sarah Josina Mccrea Tisdale. He received his education in Williamsburg Nunly schools and was a retired a Artnur. Lie was a member of Central presbyterian Church surviving Are two Sisters. Miss Odessa Tisdale and mrs. W. Ii. Mccrea in ill of Kings Locc. Three Brothers Walter Clyde Tisdale or. James Tisdale and Sarnie tis Dale Al of kegs free. And a number of nieces and nephews. _ mrs. Ellen Granger fallen Watson Granger. My. Of lit. I. West Galt Community widow of William Vaughn Jranger. Died tuesday in a Greenville nursing Home alter a Long illness. Funeral services will he con ducted thursday Al 11 . Al Mackey mortuary. Burial will be in Beth Iel Baptist Church cemetery. Mrs. Granger was born irs travellers hell. A daughter of the late or. Aad mrs. Jasper Watson. She lived in the West canal Community Lor 57 years and was a a Ernext of Bethuel Baptist Church. Surviving Are two sons the Hev. Harry w. Granger of Scran i on and Bennie .1. Granger of Greenville three Sisters. Mrs. Wade league. Mrs. Dor Smith and miss Flora Watson All of travellers hell two Brothers. Watson of Greenville and the Hev. Watson of Spartanburg. And six grandchildren. R. F. Murres a. Do Makk Richard Frank Murray or. Oti. Died monday while on the Job in Bamburg of an apparent heart attack. Funeral services will he con ducted wednesday Al ii . At Bethel Park i United Mulh Whsle Church by the Hev. Waller Smoak. Barial will be in Iho Deai Park cemetery directed by Small funeral Home. Or. Murray a Stjern in la Nlle Hill a Sun of lire late and Trissa Way Murray. He was an employ pc Rabham Oil co Aad a member of by Hel Park i tilled Meti Iodis Church. Surviving Are his wife. Mrs. Mayfield Murray of Denmark three daughters. Mrs. Tryssa Hancock of n new Phil a mrs. Patterson of n. A. And mrs. Sandra Pale it Flor ence a son. Richard Frank Murray or. Of Orangeburg iwo Brothers. Leland . Murray of Holly Hill and j. A. Murray of Charleston a sister. Miss Flattie Murray of Holly Hill and seven grandchildren. Gary Wall Willie Dozier Kings tikk of Kingsl rce died tuesday in a Florence Hospital. Funeral arrangements will be announced by Tiedmond funeral Home. Or. Doxier was born april 1-1. 1919. In . He was the husband of Janie Mac linger. Lie was a Memnar 01 Trinity holiness Church. Huml noway funeral services Lor Lary Wall will in conducted Al i . Wednesday Al i pleasant Hill Baptist Church in Gcorge Lori co Tinly by the Kev. Paul Smith the . Hut son crib. And Cribb. Burial cd cemetery. Directed by Morris funeral Home. I Allf bearers will be Dale Hughes. Hoger Powell Danny Venters Dale Venters. Mark Stone. And Jimmy Wall. Or. Dierl at ins Home monday after a Long illness. funeral services for mrs. Judith s. Crown of till i Ghl is. Will be conducted saturday at noon Al Jerusalem Baptist Church by the Kev. A. Sellers., Lurial will be in Ciree Lawn cemetery directed by Young and Young funeral Home. Pallbearers will be Jerome Terry. Charles h. Spann. Edward Spann or. James Walker Spann. James Edward dul Tois and Frank Thomas. Mrs. Lbrown. 711. Died sunday at her residence from an apparent heart attack. She was born in a Hartsville. A daughter of the late Jack hums and Richardson Spann. She was a member of Jerusalem Baptist Church a former school teacher and was the widow of Kli Brown. Surviving Are a sister. Mrs. Hannah s. Juliois of Balti More. My and a brother the Kev. Kwa id a. Spann or. Of a Hartsville. Malachi Eaddy Pamplico funeral ser vices for Malachi Kaddy -111, will in conducted at i . Thursday at Well Baptist Church by the Kev. .1.1. Hix Xis. Burial will in in the Church cemetery directed by Moses funeral Home. Or. Kaddy was a son of mat whew and mat lie Owens Kaddy of Springfield. Mass. Surviving besides his parents Are his wife. Mrs. Kaddy Lour daughters. Mrs. Rosabell Drayson. Miss Majene Kaddy. Miss Geneva Kaddy and miss Linda faddy All of Pamplico five sons. Pic. Malachi Kaddy or. Of Ler Ninny. Johnny l. Kaddy. Kaddy. Lorry and Leroy drive All of i am Licu two Sisters. Mrs. Geneva Daskin and mrs. Fra Ceboll Draylon Wilh of Spingi iced. Mass., and . Richard v. Lennox funeral services for Kichard Vann Lennox. Of. Will lie con dulled wednesday Al Al the firs t filed method isl Church by the Hev. Thomas Kvalst. Burial will lie in Sunset memorial i Ark directed by Whitmer funeral Home. Or Lennox was accidentally killed Al his Home in Charleston sunday. I was a native of Henna to Seville. A graduate of Lien net Seville High school and appalachian College at Boone. N. C. Fie was employed by of Ford construction co. And was class president and Captain of basketball team while alien Ding Marlboro Chesterfield tic. Surviving Are his wife. Mrs. Sharon courts Lennox of Charleston his parents. Or. And mrs. Dick Lennox of Hen Nells Villa two Brothers. Ilion Lennox and Lary Dean Lennox of Ben Wellsville his maternal grandmother. Mrs. Elsie i. Petrani of Kernersville. A. And his paternal Grandfather. Ii. Lennox of Winchester. Ind. Mrs. Barrineau Lake City mrs. Palma Floyd barn eau. 6fi. Widow if the Laic Deuey Barrineau of Lite Barrineau Crossroads Corn i Nily. Died late tuesday in a cily Hospital alter a Loag illness. be announced by Floyd funeral Home m a Lanka. Roy b. Mcdaniel Columbia Kiy Mcdaniel. Isais kill Xii be lid died tuesday morning in a Columbia Hospital. Uncial services Uirl be con dulled thursday at i p in Al the Lumbar funeral Home. Street Chapel by the lick. James d. Linings. The lick. Comp scr and the Harles Thomas burial will be in orc Clawn memorial Park. Or. Midi Riiel was inn in j lorry county a son of the late fid Arii and Mary Rogers Mcdaniel. He was shop Foreman for the cily of Colum Bia sanitation department. Surviving Are his wife. Mrs. Murrell Kennedy Mcdaniel iwo daughters. Mrs. Ken cola drum of Columbia and mrs. Arlin Mcmillan of Greenville two sons Levernz Mcdaniel of Columbia and Charles Mcdaniel of West four Brothers. Mcdaniel of Baycu Evoile. C arid Mcdaniel. Aug inc i Daniel and Hanoi Mcdame All of Charleston Young soloists Excel in birthday concert or. Luther Anderson a looks Over county farm Bureau program county president Western Weldon talks with tuesday night s speaker optimism noted among members of farm Bureau a new optimism permeated the annual meeting of the Florence county farm Bureau tuesday night at the pee Dee shrine club. Or. Lollier p. Anderson Dean of the school of agricultural sciences at Clemson univer sity opened his address to the approximately of members present saying. I have recently seen an Awakening and optimism among farm people 1 have not seen before. And the pee Dee is where the agriculture in this stale is. More than 55 it cent of the stale s agriculture is located in these 15 pee dec Anderson said. Lie traced the Cycle of agriculture Back to the fifties when he postulated the Frost recent Cycle began. Hack in the fifties technical develop a noels in agriculture in the i s were far in Advance of and other country. This resulted in a mass exodus from the farm and surpluses. In once again set the value of agriculture. Slor is of Fortl prices and Short Ages Are again in the news. As an agriculturalists. I believe the Farmer will now do the Job. It is a Lime of great so Opportunity. Hul. People Musl there is a Lime lag. And. Above All. Profits must be in this new agriculture. We have become the super Market of the world. There is an Energy crisis bin the agriculture and Timber industries can be renewed. We Are now seeing what research and education combined with the free Enterprise system and the Energy of the Fanner can Anderson said. Lie then stressed the in Exir Lance of i lie recent Faini Mill. This Bill opens the door to production agriculture. Ii moves us from reduction to production. It is a return to the free marketplace and the system of Supply and demand. This is a new direction with less government and restrictions. In South Carolina alone More than acres will he returned from Sel aside. The farm Bureau will have to assume leadership in planning and land use Anderson said. The Clemson agriculturalists also told the group thai mechanization is the coming answer to tobacco labor problems. Our major problems have to on entered around the fact that he labor left before mechanisation came onto the he noted. Also during the meeting. The county farm Bureau officers were elected. Weston Weldon of Florence was elected president. Jimmy ii. Bacot of Klingham was elected vice president. Mrs. Linda Calculi of Florence was elected Secretary treasurer and Frank Munn of Pamplico was elected slate director. The group also passed unanimously some ii resolutions of county jail icy and was informed that Hie member ship is some 100 Alread of last Vear. The owning of the Florence symphony orchestra s 2.lh anniversary season was a tremendous Success Hanks to two Young Solo artists wow we rent even Hunt when the local orchestra was formed a ago. M iss Kathleen Vandekieft and David Cedel were i lie special guest performers at he orchestra concert monday night. Presented audience Al West Florence High school s auditorium. Cedel a Charleston who ins been one of the orchestra s commuting members for several years displayed an impressive Rich sound in to works for cello and orchestra. Mis Lechi Miniie almost equals his oils Landing tone. Ceil i the Ore Helra through a generally precise and frequently Lively rendition of Couperin s pieces m conceit. Lie Ore Helra strings acquitted themselves Well in this technically challenging baroque piece. But Cedel earned More lavish approve from the audience with his performance of Max Bruch s Kol Nide i Given a moving dramatic by the soloist. Yet miss Vand Kiell a Lyric Soprano was the brightest Star of the evening eventually earning a standing ovation from the enthusiastic listeners. She brilliantly brought to life the lengthy. Sentimental Knoxville summer of by Samuel Barber gracefully evoking its variety of charming scenes and powerful conclusion with a truly magnificent voice. Someday florentine Are Likely to claim with Pride that they knew miss Vandekieft she is the daughter of. Or. And mrs. Kichard Vandekieft of Florence. After half an evening of rather soil or and sentimental works miss Vande Kiell roused the audience with Clear Crisp rendition of let the Bright Seraphim Ironi i Landel s Sam son her voice every Bil As Bright As the trumpet Solo of Asbby Brownjr. The High Points of the entire concert were her dramatic performances of operatic Arias Puccini s and Cilea s they were in ill tremendous displays of miss Vanda Kift s vocal Range clarity Fine tone and dramatics. The audience applauded until the Singer granted i hem an encore and then they just by rewarded her a standing ovation. The first birthday concert of the year also featured con Ductor Franklin West and the orchestra in two works by themselves. The delphic serenade by Warren Benson was a very satisfying modern work again displaying the of the orchestra s Solo woodwinds and several of the brass but the familiar Home and Juliet overture by Tchaikovsky. Though Strong suffered several uneven passages. learn driving indoors state officials were on hand tuesday for the inauguration of Florence school District one s new 16-seat Drivers education machine located at Southside High school. With a computer analysing their perform Ance students will get 16 hours driving experience before they step into a real car. Above left Are r. J. Barnick coordinator of the governor s Highway safety program local school Board chairman George s. Jordan Charles Brig Man local coordinator of Drivers education Tho Mas m. Holiman Drivers education consultant of the state department of education and Florence school superintendent w. B. Crowley photo by Sonny sheriff Mcleod orders fair games closed the sheriff s Deparl in it balled the operation of several games of Chance shortly Lief re the fasten Carolina fair opened monday night. Midway manager Johnnie Vivona said Iii games will not operate this year in with slate gambling legislation prohibiting games if Chance or Lii Lerv Vivona said fair Olf Ciais an of the games Belory Iii 1 i opening and none of the Charleston physician Dies cell a a i7 year old Charleston formerly Lake cily. Died tuesday in a Charleston Hospital of an apparent drug overdose. Charleston county Coroner Kenneth Chon identified the physician As or. W. Gordon Whitlock. Funeral Al will be announced by Erik Kington funeral Home. He was born in i Ike cily. A son of mis. Alshie Hodgers Billock of like City and the late Mai hey Ted Whitlock. Surviving besides his Nio Lher Are a son. Whit Hillik a and a daughter. Miss Tislim win clock i Josh of Kingsl rce a brother. a. Whillock of Lake City five Sisters mrs. Joe Anna Bell Chinnes and mrs. Collin Nancy Huffin Bolh of Hemingway. Mrs. Holand a Liillie Stuckey of Sli Ickey mrs. H a. Bobbie i of Kau Gallie. Fla and mrs James b. Strickland of Florence. ripened with the fair. The action cause after i com emendations a i linens action group Lon nod in Florence to investigate Community rights and standards. Or. a Leiden. A local Den isl and spokesman Lor he group said. A asked the fair commission not to in ing the san v in. In order avoid . We have a ipod she rail and he look the initiative to go in Ami uphold the this is i in11 ii St Eai thai Sia h action has been taken at Theair. Fluid on said no the Bingo games which were not closed monday that group considers Hal game As illegal As any Oiler game of Chance or lol cry however since churches and in i Mips hold Bingo sessions to Larisc Money. Sli Crim san he would have to Lamse games also in he closed Bingo the fair. From him offal service 60 Noaa. . Cpl. Of Commerce forecast figure show High exposed for Day Tirawi cd Nidoy nol forecast it is expected to be Clear Over most of the Eastern por Tion of the nation today with the exception of showers Over most of Florida the Center of the country is due for showers or rain. Some showers will occur in the Pacific Northwest. A pee Dee weather Cloudy and warm forecast Florence Man faces charge a i Vicai old Floreuce Man. Chari ctr of tie stale Gaii Liling Laws turned horns la Mon Day. Magistrate William Haber arraign Crl Leofi by Lee id Gin Oll tvs 1c. Evans St. On lire charges and Sel a begin was released monday from the i Torince detention enter. Magistrate Mcleod tuesday charged Ilij car old William Greg Oil toy with grand Lar i an rec or and set a Viil i ind. I Arlly Cloudy and warm is the forecast Lor the fee Dee today according to a National last night. High icirijjeraturr1 today and Lii Morrow will be mostly in the mid bos with Lovs Loni Guhlin the Low ills. I Rof Jabi Lily of Preci Pillion is Klners Cal Loda Yand to inight. South Carolina weather is under the influence of a Large Highfi pressure system entered Over Nyrl Liesl maim with a Leigh Ridging South Westward to North can Corgia. The clockwise flow of air around this system is giving South a Light Easterly How of winds. Warm Days Anil mild nights Wilh Little Chance of rain will continue a1, the us Alicr Over most of the slate for the next for Narion for u o to. Four 7pm. Temperatures Foo Mal mean 69 precipitation 0 00 a Xinji 0.76 Loai for yer Normal or 8 . 94 7 51 8 . Him Moon today 7.554 m. Sumel . Tides i rfcs Otom drive in Psi Worrells Hejcl vol Cir frn Rily Voltl 3 j Chart cd in 33 a or urls Pilj Rel v uric ,.. i jigs Otlo left 10 11 r 1? 1.11 of Lehr 1 Laa 1 a h 7 16 9.m Oploh a 11 Lew 1 r Jyh 10.n of oth a 15 4 it it i of Loliar h 3.34 Odcar 17 5 is 6 River bulletin fid Slot Che prec w 03 19 cd wrap Tai if 07 cd w 9 0? Kinaj slate 17 m oj.7 Hij Csc Deu 11 m m1 River statement i . Ali Vijil. Cd Al apr w.hi-Ri-. . Or i cd if. Var a Irvian acc for the 74 a Conj no 7 Molly Over Norl Pajil All Rivert in Iii enl pc Rii crr a Iaricci Willii Imine fringe Lake Levels i Flat i Niton Obi full rage. ii i Fri i run ii if. Imn Vimy 1m.j Crimmi i Tittl Huloa ill in a. I

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