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Florence Morning News (Newspaper) - October 15, 1973, Florence, South CarolinaFlorence morning news j. Perry Stephens miss Georgia Pierce mrs. Kate Crawford Elk Fincham j. Perry Stephens 65. Died sunday in n Florence Hospital Afler a Long illness. Simeral services will be con ducted at -1 . Monday in Bethany freewill Raplis Church by the Rev. Ervin , the Rev. . Vause and the Rev. Thomas Perry. Burial will be in i he Church cemetery directed by Floyd funeral Home of Ola la. Pall bearers will be Edgar Borrell. William Dorrell. Ralph Dorrell jr., Eddie Cribb. Bill Stephens and Carroll Dorrell. Honor bearers will be the men s Bible class of Bethany freewill Baptist Church and h. . Born in Florence county. Or. Stephens was a son of the late Harvey m. And Katherinc Floyd Stephens and was a retired far Mer. He was a world War ii Veteran and a member of Bethany freewill Baptist Church. Surviving Are his wife. Vcra Elizabeth Dorrell Stephens of Effingham a daughter. Mrs. Joel Buena Evans of Norfolk a a son Stephens of Timmonsville three Sisters mrs. Shelley Floyd of Scranton. Mrs. Calley Floyd and mrs. Samuel Droze. Both of summer Ville three Brothers. Archie Stephens of Onsville John k. Stephens of Manning and . Sle Pheas of Florence and five grandchildren. A Adolphus Martin Bishopville Adolphus b. Martin. 72. Died parly sunday in Darlington Afler a Short illness. Funeral service s will be con dulled i . Tic slav at the High Hill trave Light Church. Burial will he in the chinch cemetery directed by Hancock funeral Home. Horn in Richland Connly. Or Marl in was a son of the late . And Lizzie Mirlin. He was a retired textile worker. Surviving arc his widow. Mrs. lil Ackmon Martin three daughters. Mrs. Xii inc Hawkins of . A. Mrs. Luei1. Porter of Jiral. My. Anil mrs. Mary Hunlley of hiphop v Villi a son. . Martin or. Us Marion. Ohio i to Slep daughters. Mrs. Peggy Finch of Darlington and mrs. Barbara Watson of Hawthorne. Civil two step sons. Hilly Black Mon and Jimmy Blackmore. Haj la of Darlington three Sisters. Mrs. Annis Demiul of Camrie. Mrs. Florrick Tuckelt of Manassas. A. Mrs. Slilla Smith of Savage. My live Brothers. Gary Marlin of Lawley. Fla. And Hubert Marlin of Winchester. A. Mrs. Myrtle Cusaac Lake City mrs. Myrtic . 3g. Died Sun Day in a local Hospital after a Long illness. Funeral services will he announced by Brockington funeral Home. Mrs. Cd Sitka was the daughter of the late Robert s. And be Mcknight. She was the widow of George c. Cusaac. A housewife and a member of he Scranton Baptist Church. Surviving Are a daughter. Mrs Poston of Lake City and two grand children. Miss Georgia Pierce 72. Of 2304 s. Broad saturday in a Florence Hospital after a Long illness. Funeral services will be con ducted at i . Monday in the Waters funeral Home Chapel by the Rev. . Talc and the Rev. . Aikin. Burial will be in Sparrow swamp Baptist cemetery. Pallbearers will be William Saverence Francis Saverence. Wilbur Saverence . Pierce John p. Broadway. Murray Broadway. Roy Atkinson. . Pierce or. And Albert r. Pierce. Miss Pierce was born in Timmonsville. A daughter of the late William r. Pierce and Elizabeth Howard Pierce. She was a former employee of american bakeries and was retired from the Florence manufacturing co. She was a member of College Park Baptist Church the . Of the Church and the adult ladies sunday school class. Surviving Are three Sisters mrs. Saverence of Timmonsville. Mrs. Mary j. Mcl lugh of Tampa. Fla. And mrs. Pearl Mclaughlin of Florence and one brother. . Pierce or. Of Florence. Capers a Strawn Effingham Capers a Strawn. 6-1. Of route 1. Died saturday in a Florence Hospital Afler a Long illness. Funeral services will be con ducted at 3 . Monday in Ramsey memorial Church by the Rev. Cliflon a nibs. The Rev. . Sanders. Rev. John c. Lambert and the Rev. Claude Hurley. Burial will be in mount Hope cemetery directed by Waters funeral Home. Nephews will serve As pall hearers. Or. Strawn was born in Union county. . A son of the late Thomas f. And Queen twisty Strawn. Lie was retired from Tomlinson s sales co. A Mem Ber of Rumsey memorial Church the men s Fellowship. Men s Bible class and a former Mem Ber of the Board of deacons and former sunday school depart ment superintendent. He was twice married. His first wife was the Laic mrs. Rowena Mclaughlin Strawn who died in 1953. Surviving Are his. Wife mrs. Etta Mae Strawn of Effingham a daughter. Mrs. Hayward Barbara Conner of Florence a son. Capers a. Strawn or. Of Florence a step son. Rudy Hatchell of Anaheim Cal. A sister. Mrs. Perry Rogers a Florence two Brothers. George Strawn of Lancaster and Thomas Strawn of is. Stephen and eight grand children. Wanda Craft Daulin Tox funeral services for Wanda Maria Craft. Six year old daughter of or. And no is. Ben t. Craft or. Will be conducted monday at 4 . In the first Church of god. Burial will be in the Mechanic Seville Bap Lisl Church cemetery directed by Belk Kiny funeral Home. She died Friday afternoon of injuries received in a play ground Accident. Pallbearers will be Benny Anderson. Wayne Anderson. Jamie Blackmon. And bruce1 u. S. Ships take close look at liner Cairo i a i two warships from the . 6th Fleet closely inspected an key plan Passen Ger liner in greek Walers for More Nan two hours Over the weekend passengers reported sunday. One of the ships destroyer no. Cul across the key plan vessel s How so closely that some passengers feared a Colli Sion or an attempted diver Sion. Associated press photographer Ari saris a passenger on the Al Gazer. Sailing from Piraeus to Alexandria said the warships appeared shortly be fore Dawn on saturday. The Al then was off Cycle. It arrived in Alexandria on Sun Day. They came up on the port Side less Hao a mile away and Sailer beside our ship for some iwo then Ihn destroyer Cut in. Less than half a mile in front of the Al is Zach. Which did not change saris added. The second l a. Ship was smaller than inc destroyer and bore the numb Cruh. After the in warships Dis appeared an unidentified plane flew Over the egyptian ship Al High Altitude made a turn and flew off. The Al Gazer earned about 450 passengers most of Ihm egyptians. Capt. Ii. Al Tawil announced on he Public address system our destination is Alexandria and that s where Wear later a Lif Boal Drill was held Wilh the boats being Low ered almost to water level. Some of the passengers were egyptian born us. Citizens. One Man. Who said he was from California hut refused to give his name said. We Are doing what inc israelis Are doing returning to our Home country from inc the Only other foul into Egypt since tie Middle Easl War has closed he Cairo air porn. Is Over the desert from Benghazi Libya 810 Miles away. Funeral services for mrs. Kate Crawford of we w. Marion St. Will be conducted tuesday Al . Al is. Peters holiness Church by hiphop Roscoe Eaddy. Burial will by in Union cemetery directed by Smith s funeral service. Mrs. Crawford died Friday in a local Hospital after n Short illness. Born in Wadesboro was inc daughter of the late Billie and Annie Max. Surviving Are three sons. James Crawford and Hugh Crawford of a Baltimore my. And a Leeward Crawford or. Of Brooklyn. . Three daughters. Mrs. Delia Douglas and mrs. Arunie ruin Abraham of Florence. Mrs. Kate Smith of new York. . Three Sisters. Mrs. Lanieta Lyde mrs. Ida lit Les both of Wade born . And mrs. Rosa Dockery of Southern Pines. . 17 grand children an 12 great grand children. Elmer a. Fynan Kingstree Elmer Arthur Fynan. -17. Died sunday in a Charleston Hospital Afler a Short illness. Funeral services will be con duct d tuesday Al 10 . In St. Albans episcopal Church. Burial will be in Riverside . Friday or. Fynan was born in River Side. A son of the late Thomas and Tweed Fynan. He was a world War ii Veteran and a member of he Kingstree optimise club. He was a Mason and an employee of Baxter pharmaceutical co. In Kingstree. Surviving Are his wife mrs Grace Taylor Fynan of King Stree three sons. Earl Fynan and Lames a. Fynan. Bolh of Riverside n a. And Roger t. Fynan of Columbia a daughter. Mrs. Grace Lauretta Conaway of Delreno. . Three Brothers. Herbert Fynan of Riverside. . Charles Fynan of Pinedale. Calf and Albert Fynan of Delreno. . And three grandchildren. John a. Nexsen John Alexan Der n Essen. Died sunday Al his residence Afler a Long illness. Funeral services will be con dulled Al 11 . Monday Al graveside in Mcclary. Directed by Williamsburg funeral Home. Or. Me sen was born in Williamsburg a son of the late William land Barbara Jacobs Nexsen. He was educated in Kingstree Public schools and presbyterian College. He was a member of the Kingstree Moose Lodge a world War ii Veteran and was a Farmer and an agent for Smith Douglas fertilizer co. He was a member of Williamsburg presbyterian Church. Surviving Are his wife. Mrs. Jane Bressler Nexsen of King spree iwo sons. William i. Nex sen Iii and John a. Nexsen or. Bolh of Kingsl rce two daughters. Mrs. Fred p. Nor Man of Charleston and miss Barbara Jane Nexsen of Colum Bia three Brothers. Julian nex sen of Columbia. Mellon Nexsen and Louis Nexsen. Bolh of King slice and one grandchild. Camouflage Honolulu api police arrived within minutes Al the scene of a hotel robbery Here but they faced a Needle in a Haystack search for inc handily. A Barc Ches cd Young Man in shorts handed a cashier Al inc surf rider hotel a note demand ing Money and warning that he had a gun. The cashier com plied handing Over is in i in Cash and checks. The robber fled through the rear of the hotel onto Waikiki Beach and of thousands of similarly Clad bathers police said. Close shave Ocala. Fla. Api fire Man Hob had the Chance thursday to prove Hal actions sometimes speak louder than words. Johnson had just finished lec Turing elementary school pupils on fire prevention when he smell Cal something burning and discovered the was on. Fire. He said he did the Only thing possible Call for a cup of water and put out inc fire. The fire was caused by floodlights Overli writing some wooden beards. Johnson said. officer talk with israeli prisoners on Suez. Red Cross officer with White Flag at left supervises prisoner Transfer israeli infantryman leads Man syrian civilian was suspected sniper War refugees describe bombs Byal Mahmoun associated press writer cd Kedah. Syria a syrian War refugees from the Golan Heights Bat Lefrona claimed israelis w Ere using antipersonnel bombs thai exploded like pomegranates against civilian targets. Six traffic deaths counted on s. C. Roads Bethk associated press South Carolina counted at least six traffic fatalities during the weekend. Marvin Isaac. 42. Of Orange Burg. Was fatally hit while walking along a Rural Road a mile North of i Herity. Ransom Lone Mcmaki. 7.x of St. Stephen was killed in a two car wreck on . 17-a Len Miles North of monks corner., Matthew Siegler. 17. Fort. 2. Mccormick. Was killed when his car overturned on . Six Miles South of Bradley in Greenwood county. Frank Edward Woodcock. 1h. Of . Was killed when his car hit a tree on . 20 about a half mile North of Abbeville. George w. Bill Chillon. Fil of Orangeburg. Was hit by a car on . 301 two Miles North of Lown Raynard Wilson Hyman. It. I. Pampico. Was fatally injured when his car hit a lice on a Rural Road in Florence county the asocial cd press count of weekend Road deaths is from b . Friday to Midnight Sun Dav. Our children were so scared we had to evacuate our Homes and go to said Abed kid a resident of one go Lan Heights town near the scene of Arab israeli fighting. The enemy hit us with bombs like pomegranates. These bombs do not explode just once. They go off Many other syrians at this Post on he lebanese Border supported eid s Story. Eid and other for Mer residents of he Golan Heights said they were visiting relatives in in Canon and planned to return to Damascus despite israeli claims of an and Vance on i he syr Ian capital. Eid said the israelis will never be Able to approach the Road to dam ascus lie said is a virtual Bunker in fact a Chain of bunk the israelis can Only expect deals if they choose to Force their Way to anole r Quick military solution wanted by Ford in Mideast by Adams associated press writer Washington api vice president designate Gerald r. Ford expressed Hope sunday we get a military solution quickly in the Middle East War. You can t get a diplomatic solution until Yoji have military Ford told newsmen who questioned him following while House worship services. The Veteran congressman nominated o succeed Spiro t. Agnew in the nation s second highest office was briefed on the Middle East saturday by congressman preaches i rest ident Nixon held worship serv ices in he while House for he first Lime in six months sunday and heard a congressman min ister assert that political mutism must yield o political and his wife flew Back from an overnight stay Al Camp David for the first sunday worship services to lie held in the executive mansion since mid april. The Sermon was delivered by rep. William ii. A Hudnul in. a Presby Terian minister who is serving his first term in Congress. Among the was vice president designate Gerald r. Ford. Hudnut talked of the religion of Abraham Lincoln and said the civil War president Kepi reminding the american people Hal the government was the Public s business that political pragmatism must yield to Polit ical morality and thai doing i he right As god gave him lose Che right should never he abandoned for the Sake of poll froth National weather service Noaa. Us. Of Commerce president n Ixon and Secretary of stale 1 Fenry a. Kissinger. Asked about . Aid to is Rael. Ford said we Are certainly fully meeting All of our commitments in the. Ongoing which he disc riled As very substantial " 11 whether there would he an expansion depends upon the Cir lie said. When asked whether he saw Hope Hal the fighting would end soon. Ford responded that is a possibility i Hope so. I Hope we gel a military solution quickly and Iben we can work on a diplomatic the Imp optic session with re porters proceeded Ford s de parture on a Long scheduled trip to he Welcon United slates. Travelling in a presidential Jet he planned to visit a son who is a Slud enl Al Utah state univer sity and then Fly in Portland. Ore., to address the Portland Republican Century club and a druggist convention on monday before resuming to Washington. Or syrian added. The travellers said syrian iraqi Anil moroccan forces were the Golan plateau fora renewed offensive to capture the Lown of Al . They also claimed israeli troop concentrations were Send ing reinforcements to the Lown through a Tunnel carved in the mountains. He said the iraqi forces which Israel claimed to have smashed were intact my Well in tin Golan it Lateau. Other travellers said an israeli was stalled by syrian tank fininia Lions nearly Milci Miles irom Damascus. They said the israeli presence in syrian skies was much less fell than Ever israeli jets used to appear Over Damascus and the Golan Heights in much bigger t Nrma Lions when lighting erupted last said a syrian taxi Driver. Now enemy Juls come in i mis or people sit in sidewalk cafes play backgammon Anil smoke water pipes while enemy jews swoop in the1 skies. Many of us have become used to the Muf fled thud of guns and the Dea Fening explosions of in imps. We fight with a Vietnam he added. Although foreign and Arab journalists were not or milled to enter Syria. I girder officials were allowing lebanese civil ians into the country. Most lebanese who crossed he Bor Der sail they had relatives in major diseases gain Antibiotic immunity forecast rain is predicted on the Gulf from Florida to Texas a cold front moving southward from the Ohio Valey and a warm front is moving northward through the Rockies. A pee Dee weather sunny and mild seen sunny and mild weather conditions were forecast for the Pec Dee area today and tuesday by inc National weather service last night. temperatures Olifay will be around to with lows dip Ping into the mid 50 s again. Tuesday s Are expected to be similar. A weak cold front which has caused Cloudy skies in the Palm Llo slate will Drill slowly eastward followed by a High pressure system which will bring soul inc return of sunny skies and mild temperatures for the next few Days Watfa her for the 74 hour period Erx Jinq temperatures 44. High 65. Flux nil Ion s3. Vean 74. Man 65. Precipitation Telfer Why 0 00 Thil .76. Toja x4.1j Normal trs 7.11. Humidity 8 . 64, 7 . . It. Sun Moon today Sunrise Symel Raof Lirie , Moonier am. Tides to lots Lafter irian Roach anti Ocean drive log he. Is Rev nuclei Murat Elf Irtel and car. Den City arid 35 Charles ton if cd i my nuclei Pawlyn i and Flatt 70 Betart Ocean drive skies . October ii or inlay 17 october 73 Low Max Jay High 77 ii 14 River bulletin Lalion fid Olle Tir Den 73 17 077 06 x i 061 my i h 17 Al Noviree 17 i fee Del ii 05.3 1 state mint for Broad Cong three Leree since. Nix. October 71 Cirr Fen 0 04 0 0 00 0 october 15 tue tray october 16 Sociol or 17 Hight Low re can 10.47 of 07 534 River mini in South Cirolla. A Laii hat occurred Over if Esq Malkit re hiring the pall 74 Hosul. All Alveri or Shaw Hmine Are Wilheln Irver Runkl with Lilit a peeled for the 74 Livours. Lake Sivils Hill 1m.6 Eit a twi eel in of Rwm Jii Pool level. 4 Atlanta. Api Sev eral major have grown immune to antibiotics and arc now making a come Back in some areas of the world. The Center for disease control says penicillin ampicillin. Streptomycin. other Miracle drugs Liml have reduced suffering Anil death caused by harrowing diseases in the past May not in Able to Cope with new strains of gonorrhoea typhoid malaria tuberculosis and other diseases according typhoid and malaria Are rarely found in he uni cd slalom. But gonorrhoea is said by Many experts to to Al the Epi Demic stage. Tuberculosis while rare is a major health problem in Many of inc coun try s Urban ghz toes. Doctors Al the Atlanta based cd Nole Hal a new typhoid Strain in Mexico is resisting drug treatment. Doctors in Mexico have in in lighting a raging typhoid epidemic for More than two years Anil their problems have com pounded by the drug Orcsi Shaol Lyphoid. The bacteria Hiil causes gonorrhoea has show no liability to develop resistance to penicillin to the Point where the recommended dosage is Ali no eight limes Llic Iii Hinl Origi Nally required to combat the malady. Cd experts continually lest Oiler do sense strains to deter mine in any Are becoming in sensitive to drugs thank goodness we Haven of seen any resistance developed in cholera or Hulm said or. Eugene Dan Garossi. Head of the cd s epidemiology Branch. The cd has had to Hano its drug treatment recommendations several limes in the past 20 years or so to keep ahead of insensitive diseases. The head of the cd s Vener Eal disc Iise Section. Or. Pal said growing misuse of antibiotics is probably the biggest single Factor for con Iri Bulini the Rise of drug resistant diseases in a Eccl years. said Many gonorrhoea patients get drugs for their All men from a Doclar find then share the antibiotics with a sex partner. Tiit Way. Both persons Only gel the dose needed to Knock out his said wies nor. And Hal Way iwo persons Are in danger of their Sonori Hen building up a resistance to Indian town Church has Homecoming i n i i a n t f w n approximately persons from m fur ii Huv As or Vrr dam a and Suvannah. In. Urn Char Ftp , Allrn Riel sunday s it the historic i n it i h n i ii w n i Church to h57, the were a urls of Church of is Al h to Niht served in Chr

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