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Florence Morning News (Newspaper) - October 14, 1973, Florence, South CarolinaOctober Florence morning news local Tec official says school sets new record a record breaking full Lime students Are attending classes this fall Al Florence d a r i i n e i o n technical a Deucalion Center nearly 50 per a Cal More than last year. In addition a record persons Are cup cycled to enrol in Tec s Short term evening courses during his school year according officials. Approximately 850 full Lime degree or diploma program students Aile Virled tic last year. This year More than 800 full time students Are attending Day classes Bill for the first Lime Al pc is offering its full curriculum of degrees and diplomas at night. And More than 400 persons have taken advantage of the Opportunity. The Oiler Factor leading to this year s 50 per a Cal increase has been the full opening of the new program offered in Hie Allied health building. There associate degrees May now be earned in nursing dental Hygiene medical Laboratory technology and radiology technology and diplomas Are available in denial assistant and operating room technology. Tic director Fred a fore also attributes he growth this fall to lie Success of this year s recruiting efforts. Adult school reports classes remain open still remain at local adult education High school classes taught at Mcclenaghan High school. Carl the office of adult education said he particularly encourages veterans to enrol As the local Fofe official reviews findings of committee or. Robert k. Toomey. Recently chairman of Pic governor s 1 reject on indication and Ibe provision of local Ali services will review the findings and of his com Mittee Al k . Monday in Mcnair science auditorium at Francis million College. The program is jointly sponsored by fac and Florence Darlington technical a Deucalion Center. The Public is invited and per Sonal invitations have been sent to doctors nurses and Oiler Hall i care personnel throughout the pee Dee. Last january. Governor John c. In his stale of the state address declared the improvement of health care in South Carolina to he among the top priorities of his administration. Or. Toomey and his Commil tee were Given responsibility of developing new plans and programs Loward ibis goal. Toomey is currently general director of the Greenville Hospital system. A native of Cambridge. Or. Robert e. Toomey Speaks at fac monday he has had More Llian 20 years of experience in Hospital administration. He holds and . Degrees from Boston University doctor of degree at Clemson univ Cisily. His unusual Hobby helping hitch hikers Columbus. Ohio Al l s e v e n i Cryan has become the chief chauffeur for hitchhikers in Central Ohio. The retired electrician lakes hitchhikers anywhere they want logo w Ishin a reasonable distance. All he asks is that icy pay him Forth Cost of his Gas. There in t any Money in he said. It s just a question of helping Cryan. Who lives with his w Ife in a trailer court in the Columbus suburb of Reynolds Burg began cruising the co Lumbus outer Ell 1-270 in search of hitchhikers in 1970 and has done so nearly every Day since. Very morning about 10a.m. He slides behind the steering wheel and begins his rounds along the 51-mile Oulu Rbell. He usually concludes about i or 5 . He figures he s driven More than 125.000 Miles transporting More than 1.700hitchhikers. In All thai Lime he s nol Hall one lick of real rouble. The Only trouble i be had is picking up some kids on pills. They re really hard to under stand. You Lake them some where and they change their mind after they gel there and want logo somewhere else. Brother von talk about an undecided Bunch of kids. They re but Cryan helps them All. H does t make any difference if they have Long hair or Short clean clothes or dirty Are Black or White or took their last Bali thai Day or to months ago. Kills travelling from St. Louis to new Jersey Don t have much of a Chance to Lake a Bali. And they la begin Loumell. But if you re going to help hem. You have to put up Wilh Cryan explained. Cryan said he has always had a soft spot in his heart for hitchhikers Ever since he tried it. Himself in 1317. He hummed his Way from Woonsocket. . To Holyoke. Mass., by Way of Yoslon. The trip look four Days. I be always said i Hope 1 got to the Point where i can help someone else on in Road. I m Israel rally rescheduled for monday the local rally in support of Israel previously scheduled for sunday afternoon will he held Al 8 . Monday Al tem ple Belh Israel on Park ave. The Public is invited. Meets in Timmonsville Timmoms Villa the Fellowship Alliance convention of hip pentecostal Assembly of the world will Convene tuesday through sunday at holiness Church in Timmonsville. Beginning each Day at 10 a.m., the pastor. L. M. Lowery said thai the Public is inv died to alien. Crowley Speaks to pee Dee Council tuesday local school superintendent w. B. Crowley will speak tuesday night Al a Public meeting of Ibe pee Dee Council of Parent teacher associations. Or. Crowley will also Coler lain a question and answer session after his talk. The meeting is scheduled for 8 . Tuesday in he auditorium at West Florence High school. Admits error to . Okla. Api a feel Era i judge who admitted lie miscalculated damages in a Suil brought by telex corp. Against International business machines asked Bolh Linns wednesday Lor additional information. Is. District judge a. Sher Man Cliris Lensen admitted tuesday be made substantial errors in arriving Al the million judgment against ism. He said however the errors would nol his finding of monopolistic practices by the huge firm. Cliris Stynson directed that answers to his questions in provided at a hearing next tuesday at which Lime he. Will consider whether to Amend the amount of damage Sorset n new trial on the damages Issue. Program has approved for full or half time benefits and is available during Day or evening hours. Courses now offered monday nights Are English a ii 111. In. Shorthand i and ii office machines typing i and ii. Per Sonal sewing find algebra 1. Tuesday night offerings Are general science. World history. U. S. History. Govern ment and typing 1 and ii. To be taught wednesday nights Are general Alain i and ii modern math for parents. Business math. Bookkeeping and typing i and ii. And thursday night courses include civics biology. Office practices. Family Home economics and psychology. For further information con lad he office of adult education at 141. Extension capsized crewmen found Calais. France api divers entered a capsized Dredger where crewmen have been rapped in an air pocket for three Days and found several of the men alive officials reported saturday Nigil. Six men were believed to have been trapped when the Dredger capsized in the English Channel during a storm Early thursday. Ii was not immediately known How Many of the men were is ill alive. Officials said French Navy divers wore Able to talk with survivors saturday night but were unable to free them in fore dangerous currents and a storm tide forced the divers to re Sircal. The Rescue was to resume sunday with the outgoing tide. The Dredger he Cap de la Hague capsized in mid Channel with 15 crewmen aboard. Two m e n were rescued. Iwo drowned and the Falc of the others is not known. On Friday Rescue workers Lowed the wreck to shallow water iwo Miles off the French coast. In later sunk to lie Shal Low Sandy Bollum where it was continuously battered by rough seas. Before the divers entered the wreck officials said the men were lapping signals on the steel Wall of the Dredger s pump chamber but he signals were beginning to weaken. Rescuers blasted a Small Hole in the Hull and attempted to float food and hot drinks to Hie survivors but could not Tell if the packages reached the men. Fac begins business seminars or. James g. Hillon. Director of graduate study in the University of South Carolina s co 11 e g e i f Hus in Ess administration will la guest speaker thursday for the first in series of business seminars Al Francis Marion College. The seminar will explore the subject of what quantitative methods of analysis can do for business Al . Thursday in room James a. Rogers Library. In is open to the Public and the Cost of the series five sessions will be spouses admitted free for further informal Ion con tact or Morgan u. Coker. Fac s chairman of the depart ment of business admins ration Amoc Cornomi photo by Johnny Ellis above Cindy Lane left and Suzy broach of Florence take one last ride the Eastern Carolina agricultural fair closed saturday night after record attendance Laurin b. Bryant major Jackson or. Mrs. Leacy Fryer . Thelma Sullivan Darling Tox Laurin i Brunson Bryan. 81. Died slur Day in a Columbia Hospital after a Long illness. Funeral services will be con dulled Al j . Sunday Al bulk King funeral Home by the Rev. Warren Wardlaw. Burial will be in Grove Hill cemetery. Pallbearers will be James Kinsaul. John Byrd. Brasus Howell. John Simmons. My Rhodes and Fulton Lewis. Born in Darlington county lie was son of the late Jesse k. And Charlotte Amanda Goodson Bryan. Lie was a member the Darlis Igloo presbyterian Church. He was an Veteran of world War i am before retiring was associated Wilh the american can com Pany As a supervisor of receiving and shipping. Surviving Are his wife. Mrs. Daisy Joanna Gaudy Bryant a daughter. Mrs. Charles Fields of Sumlor and four grand children. David j. Logan David jewel . Died Friday after Iii Kin from injuries received in a motorcycle Accident. Funeral services will conduct led in i . Sunday at funeral Home in Manning. Burial will be in Lille Star cemetery. I. Logan was in Iii in county son of Sarn Oliver Logan of Columbia and . Mallie Mccoll Logan Driggers of Manning. He was a member of Clarendon Baptist Church of Alcola and was a Lons Rution worker. Surviving besides Bis parents arc iwo Sisters. Mrs. Jessie Bull Logan of Charleston and miss Evelyn Carolyn Logan of Manning Lour Brothers. Wayne Logan. Larry Logan. Andrew Logan and Ronnie All of Manning and his step father. Hoy l. Driggers of Manning. Miss Georgia Pierce miss Georgia Edna Pierce. 12. Of s. Broad or. Died saturday in a local Hospital after a Lime illness. Funeral services will lie con ducted Al i . Monday Al Waters funeral Home by the Rev. J. Fate and the Rev. Jerry Aiken. Burial will be in Sparrow swamp Hap Lisl Church. Born in Turnm Onsville. She was a daughter of the Laic William r. And Elii Ahtl Howard Pierce. She was a member of College Park Bap Lisl Church and ils wms arid adult ladies sunday school class. A graduate of Turnmon silk High school she was retired from the Florence manufacturing company. Surviving Are three Sisters. Mrs. W. L. Saverance of Timmonsville. Mrs. Mary j Mcl lugh of Tampa Fla. And . Pearl of Florence and a brother. Ii. 1c. Pierce or. Of Florence. funeral services for major Jackson or. Will be conducted Al . Monday at my. Lia Lisl Church in Covesville. Burial will be in the Church cemetery directed by Mitchell Josey funeral i Tome of Darlington. Or. Jackson. H. Died thursday night in a Columbia Nur sing Home after a Long illness. Me was in Darlington county a son of the late or. And . Stonewall Jackson lie was a retired Farmer and a member of joint Slock Lodge. He was a like Long member of my. Zion Bap Lisl Church. Surviving arc Oliree sons. Johnny Jackson of Darlington. Major Jackson or. Of Charlotte. A. A. And Baltimore. My six daughters. Miss Louise Jackson and miss Catherine Jackson in ill of Brooklyn. N. A. Miss Flina Jackson of Baltimore. My. Mrs. Minnie Mae Sims of Darlington. Mrs. Josephine Coltman and . Cooks bold of a Carlsville a brother. Clan Jackson of Covesville grandchildren and 17 great grandchildren. Mrs. Meta c. Davis habits Villa . Mela Campbell Davis. Widow of a. Kugena Davis died saturday morning in a a Carlsville nursing Home after a Long illness. Funeral services will tx.1 con dulled Al i p. M. Monday Al h rown penning on Alkins funeral Home by the Rev. Holmes and the Hev. Milton burial will be in Magnolia Cern Elery. Mrs. Davis was born in Darlington county a daughter of the Timmons and Sarah Olixa Hutli Howie Campbell. She attended Welsh neck High school. She was a a Ernext of Wesley l filed Mel Liodis Church the a Cal. The colonial Dames of the 17th Cen Tury and the women s auxiliary of Byerly Hospital. Surviving Are a son. John w. Davis of marts file a daughter. Mrs. Annie d. Scarborough of Jacksonville. Fla a sister. Miss Edilh Campbell of Darlington live grandchildren and nine great grandchildren. Copers a. Strawn Gham Capers a. Strawn sr., in. Of Foj Gingham died in a Florence Hospital after the k. Crosby. Cli Eslit . Lessie w. Crawford fort Lawn . Mary Columbia Albert j. Sarnia sr., Chi raw George i. Robertson Lan Caster . Sally Wells Chester Lyric ii. Anderson Bishop Ville i mics Knerr Greenwood . Wilson , Orange Hurt Cathryn w. Walkins Saindon Kim Tuanita Bell Chester Coward . Leach Fryer. Widow of Willie Fryer of Coward died saturday mor Ning at the Home of her grand daughter. Mrs. Jeannie Taylor of Ker Shiw. Funeral services will be con ducted at -1 . Sunday at is. Paul l filed methodist Church by the Kev. Cd Marsh. Burial will be in the Church cemetery directed by funeral Home of Lake City. Nephews will lie. Pallbearers. Mrs. Fryer was born in Coward a daughter of he Lalo or. And . Sell Tovson. Slie was a member Olsi. Pan United Mel Liodis Church. Surviving besides her grand daughter Are a son. Fug Cne Fryer of Jacksonville. Fla. Am a grandson. Sammie Fryer of Florence. Wanda Maria Craft Maria Craft six year old of or. And . Ben Friday. Funeral Arraria meals will be announced by the funeral Home. She was a member of the first Church of cod and was a fir is Grade student in the first Church of Gud Christian school. Surviving in addition to her parents Are three Brothers. Tin Ionly Lee Craft Wilh the i a. Navy. Randy Crall Anil Steven Craft bulb of Home and iwo grandparents. Or. And . of Dillon. A Cllrk . Thelma Walters Sullivan. 57. Wife of fms Sullivan died in a Plarl Seville Hospital Early saturday morning Lorn illness. Funeral services will be con dulled Al i . Sunday at Mcbee Lia Lisl Church by the Rev. Larry Allen and Ibe Hev. Hobby Cauthen. Burial will lie in Mclee cemetery directed by Brown i can Inglodi Alkins funeral Home. I s. Sullivan was in Chesterfield county a daughter of . Maggie Walters Shaw Powell and the late Waller Shaw. She was a member of Mclaire Bap Lisl Church and employed by a Choc manufacturing company surviving besides her husband and Mother of Mcbee Are three . Mrs. Jean Oliver of Jacksonville. Fla. Mrs. Peggy Campti of Mcbee Ami . Joyce Del Ancy of Seguin. Tex a son. Bruce c. Sullivan ill iwo Sisters. Mrs. Sullivan of Lancaster and . Genola Deese of Kershaw three Brothers. Finest Shaw of i Ageland. Lee Shaw and Troy Shaw both of Mcbee. And l i grandchildren. Annual fair closes we be had a Nice clean fair and a wonderful week the kind that Nii ikes in world working said Hocherl n. Jones sr., director Kas Lorn Carolina agricultural fair. Saturday evincing. The fair closed late saturday night after a week of Lair weather and record attendance. Though no Accra la inures arc available due in the number of free admissions fail officials reported thai Friday night Drew the greatest single in Fth s attendance in hip history of the Eastern Carolina fair. The Tola week s attendance is seen to or surpass5lasl year s High in the fair s history. Another Large crowd turned out saturday morning after noon and evening for the one last ride one Las Collon Candy. One last Bingo card one last Freak show and Otic last look. Local Tec begins new courses Short term evening courses in Wastewater treatment. In bal end alignment and the and operation of Brown and Sharpe automatic screw machines will begin this week at Florence Darlington technical a Deucalion Center the screw machine course will be offered for weeks Al 7 . Thursdays in ginning this week. Participants Nusl in Able to read machinist blueprint is. Have skills in precision measurement Gid the related tools and be Able to use Basic hand idols nil end alignment will e 11 Mil in agn ment w offer instruction in. Lilli truck and Auto alignment. The course will run 12 weeks Al 7p.m. Thursdays beginning this week Al a cos of Sio per student. Raynard w. Hyman i Ami Laynard Wilson Llama ii. A son of or. And . I. K. Hainan of lit. 1. I Pamplico. Died Friday Nigil Iron injuries received in a car Accident. Funeral array Wimis Mil in inn Nuncci by Moses funeral Home. Old israeli settlers take War in stride 662-2575 hours Are 7 . Until n x . Monday through s thursday and from 1 n i Vic Lily until 7 monday Kadima. Israel _ when the air raid Siren howls in the Village of Kadima. Gad Fleck slops feeding Bis chickens and walks a hurriedly into the head i of an Orange Grove. It s not a i Mil Fleck says waiting for the All Clear. It s Buller than hav ing a Chicken Coop Cave in on his chickens those hungry cackling has torn eerily silenced by the Siren resume their caller the moment the wailing slops. Fleck s wife Judith and Sis lir in Law Dorit join him in lit Grove. Oul Here in the heartland of Israel Village life goes on seemingly undisturbed by the newest round of Arab israeli fighting Bill All the Young men have been drafted and older Farmers like Klei a have to do their own blowing and Chicken feeding. A 50-year-old Village coun Cilman in a Green civil defense Warden s uniform lie settlement Al Nigil. Berating his neighbors if Liry fail Black out their windows properly. The Gardener at the town Park is assigned to stand by Kadima s Only big Roar Anil paint car headlights Blue. Talk in the Village of switched from chickens to warfare. Fleck s ski year old i sister in Law is worried about her son in the . She has t heard Iron him since lie Sec Ond Day of he War. The Lales arrival in Ibe Orange Grove is Ursula Nacmani. Another Fleck Sisler in Law. She has no children in the now to worry about. Her son was killed five years ago in an israeli assault in Jordan. Fleck turns on a pocket radio and hears that Jordan i assent Iron Polo Syria to fight Israel. Of. My he alien be adds thoughtfully uni maybe this Means they re not going to attack Israel directly Lei them go to Syria. Maybe they re signalling Loiis bal they Don t Waul to Light us on lit Jordan Fleck is a stoical a next Lable German immigrant who has lived in Israel since . L. U Tali a handle a other Ger mans he Loii Ghl malaria Anil Sand dunes to establish Kandiia. Which Means now he is prosperous enough to own a pleas Al four room House and has just inured Europe Wilh his wife in i he id 10s. Arab marauders often plundered his farm in when Israel was invaded i a seven Arab armies he was pieparcu1 defend his family with a poll Chork. There was Only one sub machine in Kadi a. Food service i managers attend convention a food service managers from Florence Coin. By Public schools so Xii Day. Friday Ami saturday ill the ail annual Convent to Ikon the South Carolina school i Jed service association. Thursday nigh the association honoured . Lucille Baieli of Spartanburg. Who is Curry Nelly president of the Amer Nan school fowl ser vice association. Workshops were held All Day Friday with a Banquil Allty l evening. And the and fill business meeting was met. Saturday morning Wilh a arils for the culinary Conlest and the seasonal decorations contest Given. Attending i Coin a lore lie were miss by supervisor. Mrs. Doris John son of District one s Central kit Chen. Mrs. Ruby Vause . Marlene Wiggins Forni soul Side senior and Junior High schools. Mrs. Jacobs from Greenwood school. Mrs. Lester Connor of Holmes school. Mrs. Mam Adams if Carver school. Mrs. Gianoni. Turner of Hannah Klimen Titiev school. Mrs. Essie Davis Johnsville and miss Jonnic Ferguson. The Wasle Walcer realm evil class is designed id help sewage. Realm evil Lac Lily to comply with new Sale ecological Laws. Oll Rcd by lie Sale a cooperation Wilh the Federal water Quality administration lie course will i a care students Lor the class d u . This class will in Given from to . Mondays and wednesdays for 12 weeks begin Ning monday. The course is i ree for Public organizations private institutions will lie accommodated according to the Avail Bilili of space Lor a fee. For furl her informal Ion con Corning these and other tic evening courses Visil or Call tic. Telephone

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