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Florence Morning News (Newspaper) - October 19, 1973, Florence, South Carolina2-a october Florence morning news Moss communications upheld by legislator by Holly Gatun morning news staff writer the Fullre of mass communications in this country is is important today As the adoption of the Bill of Iii gals was in tic 18th rep. Carolyn i Rodrick a Grenville told the Paauw Here thursday night. The Greenville legislator left her lawmaking duties briefly to address the american association of University a Omen in Florence As the House entered ils fifth hour of filibuster Over the stale reapportionment controversy. Rep. Fredrick was informed minutes before she began her address that the House had called Back members for rep. Herbert Fielding s filibuster in support of a single member District reapportionment plan passed earlier by the Senate. But she said that since she was in Florence she would continue her address to the Paauw before returning to he duties in he general Assembly. She urged Aarav members to continue their interest in the Media pointing out that As Early As the the organization pioneered interest in recognizing the importance of mass communication. In 1957, she said the Paauw published the new mass Media a Challenge to the Media issues in communications is one of four study action topics chosen this year by the University women in the country s Branch rep. Fredrick now serving her third term in the s. General Assembly is a former newspaper writer and Adver Tising executive. Now a Public relations consultant in addition to legislative duties she is a past president of Paauw. Briefly tracing the rapid growth of the broadcast Media rep. Fredrick touched on several interests of Media con Cern including Freedom of information fair and accurate reporting and the Public s right to know. In a slightly chiding tone she said that the watergate co. Ver Gehas carried the right to know to the nah and she implied that trial via the has superseded the Issue of the Public right to know. The issues and controversies of the Media arc changing hour by she told the -50-Odd group of women noting Elhat publication of the Pentagon papers in 1971 Shook the Long standing of the and lawmakers. He aware see and interpret the issues first for Florence and then for South the said. Action must first be taken by you As individuals and by the Florence Branch of the during a question and answer rep. Fredrick responded to inquiries on future legislation particularly the equal rights amendment which was twice Defeated in the general Assem Bly. A supporter of the Era she said that after the measure died last year several Bills were introduced individually to minimize sex discrimination especially against women applying for credit and Loans. That Bill sire said will hopefully be recalled from com Mittee in january. She noted however that the legislative body readily passed a measure aimed at reducing the inequality of he social Security Laws against men. Concerning the possibility of reintroducing the Era in 197-1, she warned that passage of the act is since the House will not experience a turn Over in members until 1975. The problem last year with Kra she said was Lack of women s support in tie various Man will Slick his out if the constituents Back Home oppose kit she concluded. Hello Dolly receives fit full House applause the remarkably gorgeous and entertaining opening of hello Dolly was the perfect birthday Celebration of this the naughty Milliner. Florence Little theater s is. Nyck sings beautifully bul nets just As Well in her of the would be Lizul the True key o dolls her sheepish poet suitor. . Terrified and Boniaby Tucker. And Rose Merlc Scwell Bolh her poverty and Southside student officers elected after a week of political campaigning posters and elections Las week the students at High school have elected their new officers. They Are from left senior David Rosser Secretary treasurer Junior Vicki Padgett vice president and senior Benjy Granger president. Photo by Johnny Golden 50th anniversary season. The musical opened thursday night to a full House and standing ovations and will play Friday saturday and next week tuesday through Satur Day. Margaret Kirby is nearly everything a delightful Dolly should be solidly sprightly irresistibly Brassy and regally meddlesome. Her handling of the poignant soliloquies were just As convincing As her confident performance of the familiar songs and her sparkling comic dialogue. An equally successful performance is had from Joseph Stoudenmire playing Dolly s reluctant husband to be Horace Vande Gelder. Though occasionally losing full strength his miserly cynical naive portrayal raised much of the evening s laughter. Success is the visual experience Ujj of designer Dennis Franklin Wesl again stunning scenery Jeff Cochin s smooth direction Shirley Jacob s generally Slick choreography and the admit orchestra pit. The music of Floc Teddy rented new ions chorus was Fine Over costumes. Occasionally lagged in the riot of color not to has provided once generally Good and always on Cue accompaniment from mention a horse that dances and a train that Rolls make the production possibly the technical Peak of the tulle theater s half Century history. Corbin is to be particularly congratulated for not allowing any of the several crowd scenes to bog Down or lose control. The show simply has no weak performances though Ginger Confidence and strength. The Harmonica Garden waiters Are delightful in their frantic Lable serving antics but hopefully can put More punch in the shows musical Climax. Among the packed opening night House were several Well known men invited before the first curtain Rise to wish the Little theater Happy governor Robert Mcnair . Cong. Cd show business Cameron Mitchell mrs. Sallie Hodge mrs. Jean Brown Connie Jackson Dillon mrs. Sallie Elizabeth Elkins Hodge 87, died wednesday night in a local Hospital Afler a Long illness. Funeral services will be con ducted at . Friday at Cottingham funeral Home. Burial will be in Evergreen cemetery. Mrs. Hodge was born in Bladen county ., a daughter of the late Council and Sallie Jane Hurney Elkins. Surviving Are a Daug Liler mrs. Louise Young of Dillon a brother Sam Elkins of Roseboro A sister mrs. . Lee of Hamer two grand children and six great grand children. Mrs. Irene Morris mrs. Irene Davis Morris 45of Charlotte ., mrs. Jean Turner Brown so of 2016 Woodland drive Charlotte ., died wednesday in a Charlotte Hospital from injuries received in an Auto Accident. Funeral services will be con ducted at 3 . Friday at Waters funeral Home in Florence . Burial will be in mount Hope cemetery. Mrs. Brown was born in Florence a daughter of mrs. Virginia Mullins Turner and the late r. Harris Turner. She was a housewife and had lived in Charlotte for the past three years. Prior to this she had lived in Florence and was a member of Immanuel Baptist Church. She was a graduate of Mcclenaghan High school. Surviving in addition to her Mother of Charlotte Are two Sisters mrs. J. R. Aiken and funeral services for Connie Jackson will be con ducted at 2 . Saturday in the Church of god of Lamar. Burial will be in the Church cemetery directed by Jordan funeral Home. Mrs. Annie Williams mrs. Annie Mae Williams of Hospital thursday after a Short illness. Funeral arrangements will be _ announced by Smith s funeral service or. Jackson 43, of new York City and formerly of Lamar died oct. 12 after a Long illness. He was a son of Earnest Jackson and the late Ella Jackson. 1306 Dixie St., wife of Leroy Williams died Iii a local More than enough to bring his 01 Wen Honey weeps whines Well As Vander Gilder s two other Brilliant perform daughter and skip Hendrick Mances of the show Are those of gives a sound performance As Marvin Walberg and Julia Buyck. Walberg with few apparent vocal gifts comes across with winning enthusiasm and spirit Altman pain King As an appropriately Pixi Oish Minnie Fay seems smitten with laryngitis. . For Steve Baker mrs. Susie Anderson 203 South Kraham Street died mrs m c Keels or both of late tuesday evening in a a brother Harris of surviving besides his father of Lamar Are three Brothers Willie Washington and Harry Washington both of Timmonsville and Jackson of new York cily three Sisters mrs. Rose Bud Robinson of Kershaw mrs. Elizabeth Peoples of Lamar and Chris Tine Gooden of Brooklyn . Florence Hospital Afler a Long illness. Funeral services will be con ducted at 2 . Friday at Waters funeral Homo Chapel. Burial will be in Florence gardens. Mrs. Morris was born in Braden Oklahoma a daughter of mrs. Mary Irene Soule and the late or. Foyt Davis or. Surviving in addition to her Mother of fort Smith. Arkansas Are her husband Richard j. Morris of Florence three daughters mrs. Sandra Irene Williams of Tacoma. Washing ton mrs. Lynda Ilju Parker and miss Mary Susan Morris both of Florence a son John Steve Morris of Florence her i . Soule of fort Smith Arkansas two Brothers Hoyt Davis or. Of fort Smith Arkansas and James Soule of san Diego California and six grand children. A Trotner Harris Salisbury and her mass Lorene Muldrow ame officials plan ordination service at least 10 candidates arc scheduled to be ordained As deacons and elders of the african methodist episcopal Church during a special ordination service Here thursday Al my. Zion ame Church. The Rev. James Holmes presiding elder of the Sparlan Burg District will deliver the ordination Sermon at noon. The ordination ceremony is being conducted As a part of the 7th episcopal District of he ame Church s annual four Day conference in Florence. The conference will close Friday with the presentation of the Resolution committee s reports and the naming of ministerial appointments for die coming year. The ceremony will beat West Florence High school Friday evening. Bishop d. Ward Nichols presiding Bishop of he episcopal District will deliver the episcopal Sermon at . Resolution committee reports ant ministerial appointments Are scheduled lobe in about . The majority of the first three Days of the annual conference was spent in the presentation of More than a com Mittee literary and financial reports As Well As numerous committee meetings. Turner maternal grandparents. Or. And mrs. R. R. Carpenter of new Bern n a. Mrs. Charity Mcrae Heim funeral ser vices for mrs. Charity Mcrae will he conducted at . Sunday Al Macedonia baptists Church. Burial Ivill be in the Church cemetery directed by Stubbs funeral Home. Mrs. Mcrae of Philadelphia. Pa., formerly of Blenheim died thursday in University Hospital after an illness. Surviving Are her husband. Calvin Mcrae of Philadelphia. Pa., two daughters mrs. Rosa Send and miss Lugenia Mcrae Bolh of Philadelphia. I a three sons Cary Mcrae Calvin Mcrae or. And Lawrence Mcrae All of Philadelphia pa., four Sisters and four Brothers. Mrs. Mary Lazar mrs. Mary Alice Jordan Lazar 81 of Florence died in a local Hospital thursday Afler a Short illness. Funeral arrangements will be announced by Stoudemire funeral Home. Troy j. Dennis Troy j. Den Nis 70, died at his Home thursday morning after a Short illness. Funeral services will he con ducted Friday Al . At the Brockington funeral Home. Burial will be in Scranton methodist cemetery. Or. Dennis was born in Florence county a son of he late ii. Marion and Alpha Cox Dennis. He was a Farmer and a Veteran of world War ii. Surviving Are a Sisler. Mrs. Hubert Leader of Scranton a half Sisler Alama d. Brown of Andrews a half brother b. B. Dennis of Scranton. Funeral services for miss Muldrow of 61.8 Ervin court will be conducted Satur Day at 2 Beth Al apostle Church. Burial will be in Savan nah Grove cemetery directed by Smith s funeral service. Miss Muldrow died Monda y in a new York City Hospital after a Short illness. She was bom in Florence county a daughter of Pete and Rolene Powell Muldrow. Surviving in addition to her parents arc a daughter. Miss Judy Ann Muldrow of Florence seven Brothers Charlie Muldrow Lucius l. Muldrow Robert Muldrow Jerry Muldrow Jimmie Muldrow John Muldrow and Timothy Muldrow All of Florence. Robert Singletary Lake City Robert fes Sor Singletary 90, died wednesday in a Columbia hos Pital aftera Long illness. Funeral arrangements will be announced by Green s funeral Home. Survivors include his wife mrs. Catherine Singletary of i Ake cily. Darlington mrs. Susie Anderson widow of recce Anderson of the Pine Grove Community died thursday of an apparent heart attack. Funeral arrangements will be announced by Layton Perry funeral Home. David l. Fulton Stephen p. Fulton Darlington graveside services for David Lee Martin Fulton and Stephen Patrick Fulton infant sons of Dwight. And Patricia Miera Fulton were conducted thursday at Grove Hill cemetery. Burial was directed by Belk King funeral Home. David Lee Martin Fulton died tuesday and Stephen Patrick Fulton died wednesday in a Florence Hospital. Others. Deaths Thomas Keeler Blackville. Miss Margaret Christie Saluda. Melissa Jean Bowers Lan Caster. Broadus Reeves Kershaw. Judge Jefferson m. Long Myrtle Beach. Richard Scott Robbins Chester. Samuel w. Mccreight ninety six. Mrs. Audrey b. Taylor Columbia. Mrs. Duckie m. Redmond Swansea. Robert m. Forsythe Rock Hill. Mrs. Lucy a i Jowellyn Cam Den. Mrs. John a. Smith sr., Sumer. Mrs. Ernestine m. Hudson Sumter. Mrs. John w. Frazier Leesville. Bashful clerk Rote to real life. His feed store and hat shop scenes Are Fine. Hotline 662-2575 hours Are 7 . Until ii . Monday through thursday and from 4 p. M. Friday until 7 monday forecast mostly sunny skies and warmer temperatures will Blanket most of the nation to Day according to the National weather service. Rain and showers will prevail in parts of the Pacific Northwest upper great lakes and Florida. A pee Dee weather fair and mild forecast Kair arid mild is the forecast for the pee Dee area today according to a National weather service report last night. The High temperatures today will be in the mid 70s with the lows tonight in the Low 40s. Probability of rain near Zero and tonight. The Southeast will be dominated by a Large High pressure system Over the nor Thern portion of the state. The weather will be Little different from the past few Days. Weather facts weather informant the period 7 . Yesterday. Temperatures highest 7j. High 76. Lowest to Normal Low 53. Normal mean 64. Precipitation tile Day 0.00 this i North 0.76. Toil for year 4j.3i rec real few me nth ?.13. Humidity 8 . . 25, b . Sun Moon today Sunrise 7.27 ., . In Corwise Moon set tides tit Fps later than Myrtle Beac i and Ocean Georgetown Light add it minutes Murrain Inlet and Gar Den City add 35 Charles Ion add 30 minutes Parley is Laryl add 20 minutes. Myrtle Beach Ocean drive tides . . Faidar filch october 19 Low saturday 3.09 october Tow High october 21 monday of Lobar 22 tuesday october 23 wednesday october 24 thursday october 75 Friday october ?5 Tow High Tow Hgt Low 1 h git Low Low 1 j7 stalls a Cher a revival first pentecostal holiness Church 1402 West Evans Street will begin revival services on october 22nd through october 28th. The services will begin at . Each evening. Speaker will be the reverend c. B. Edwards pastor of the Rock Hiil pentecostal holiness Church in Rock Hill s. C., and former pastor of the Church Here in Florence. The Public is invited to attend. Earl l. Young . Family Steakhouse formerly the Golden Angus now with we Are pleased to announce that we Are prepared to serve you even better at popular prices we serve Only u. S. Choice Premium aged beef and All our beef is naturally tender. Without the use of any artificial tem Terizer. Also our Large selection of seafood is the freshest available. Introductory special sirloin Steak served with baked potat6 or French Fries bring your family fora. Delicious meal we have facilities for private parties for up to 130 people at regular menu prices. . Family Steak House Highway 76 opposite Florence mall Florence . Open 11 , to 11 . Phone g62.9364 River bulletin w stage Dale Hal Cage prec 23 13 01.5 v.0.4 0 33 19 c6.5 w0.2 0 0? 17 026 m0.3 0 e hinged m h 03.3 0.1 0 1? 17 07.3 0 pee Dee 1? of 4.1 0 River statement for Salutka a Road Congaree Ware fee Sanlee Pec Dee Black and acc maw River basins Sourn Carolina. Tup dry Uertz Wilh no rainfall expelled. Through Friday. N 3 Irani Licar rainfall is occurred in basins in Over a a Rivers these basins Ore Wori within heir Wim Lillic change expected Fri lie real .13 hours. Lake Levels Clark Hill 3k.7 feet. I fool Normal Pool. Lave Harrell 459.3 feel Aboul 1 fool below Normal Pool. Lace 434.6 feel Aboul 3.? full Slage. Lake Marten 75 feet afoul 3 fed below Fuir stage. To Urfe 7j.6" Leel. Feet below my Lake Murray feel Aboul 6 a feel below full irate. Lave Wateree 97.3 led Abdul full stage. Awareness Waters funeral Home has kept up with the limes being aware of the needs to the people. We have a modern funeral Home and Chapel Ivsich was constructed for the people we serve. Waters has a considerate stuff which Knovs the needs and desires of the people. We offer the finest in service with a Friendly and helpful staff. A Call to Waters is a Call to a Friend. National selected mortician 80yrarsofskrvice Florence s leading funeral Home and Chapel 400 s. Dargan St. Florence s. C

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