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Florence Morning News (Newspaper) - September 7, 1970, Florence, South Carolina2-a monday 7, Fruia Rural Mardis gras the annual Pil Grammage to Darlington Over the weekend for the pre labor Day race track Camhout that has become known As the Rural Mardis Gros produced these scenes Sun Day. They were Here for monday s running of the Southern 500 Stock car race. At left a scene of the infield shows provisions Early arrivals at the track made sunday for their overnight wait for the race. At right a band provides entertainment for part of the sunday crowd. Staff photos by Sonny Smith traffic claims eight lives by the associated press at least sight persons have been killed in wrecks Over the labor Day weekend in South Carolina. The Holiday period ends at Midnight monday. At least five persons were killed in pedestrian mishaps. William Earl Lance 20, of Shallotte n. C., was killed when struck by a car at the intersection of two secondary roads in Harry county the Highway patrol reported. James Ladd Feltman 8, of Columbia died in a Hospital after he was hit by a car while Riding his bicycle inside the City. Evanee Mcneil 56, of it. 3, Darlington was killed when he was hit by a truck on 1-95 in Florence county. Walter Leon Singletary 23, of it. 2, Scranton was killed when he was hit by a vehicle on a Rural Road just East of Lake City in Florence county. D. L. Schwengels of Shaw air Force was killed when he was hit by a car on . 76, about seven Miles West of Sumter. A car train Accident at a North Charleston crossing killed 21-year-old Roger Dale Vause of Olanta the Highway patrol said. Two persons were killed in separate mishaps the Highway patrol said. Richard Kanipe aged 10 months of it. 4, Chester was killed in a two car collision on a secondary Road near Chester. Roger Lee Gaillard 21, of it. 1, Pineville was killed when the car he was driving left a secondary Road and hit a tree about a mile North at St. Ste phen. From . Weather Bureau Fossa figures show High for daytime Mondoy iteration Loeola forecast showers will be widespread monday in a band from the South Ern Plains to the great lakes. Showers also will occur in the Pacific Northwest Montana and parts of Idaho and Wyoming. Sunshine will prevail throughout most of the rest of the nation. A pee Dee weather mostly fair worm forecast mostly fair with warm Days and mind nights is the pee Dee forecast for today a weather Bureau report said last night. The High today be near 90 and the Low tonight will be near 70. Tomorrow s forecast Calls for generally the same Type weather with highs in the Low 90s. A weak High pressure Ridge extending from Canada to the Gulf of Mexico is producing generally fair weather Over the Southeast As it moves slowly eastward. Mild nights and warm Days Are in Prospect for the next couple of Days. No significant precipitation is expected Over the weekend. Rivington Cinema notorious Cleopatra rated x color feature time weather information for the 24-hour period ending 7 yesterday. Temperatures highest 87 Normal High 88 lowest 73 Normal Low 67 mean 80 Normal mean 78 precipitation yesterday 0 this month 3.22 total for year 27.24 Normal for month 7 . 79, i . 50, 7 . 57 Sun Moon today Sunrise Sunset Moonrise . Moonset . Tides tides later than Myrtle Beach Ano 3cean drive Georgetown Light add 45 minutes Murrells Inlet and Garden City add 35 minuets Charleston add 30 minutes Row Leys Island add 20 minutes. Myrtle Beach Ocean drive tides monday sept. 14 tuesday sept. 8 wednesday sept. 9 thursday station Comden Cheraw Conway Effingham Kingstree pee Dee trader Horne tristan and Isolde Lustful Turk sept. 10 Friday sept. 11 saturday sept. 12 sunday sept. 13 Low High Low High Tow High Low River bulletin fid Sage Dale hot Cage pre 23 30 7 14 12 19 4 5 6 3.3 4 3.2 4 5.1 4 4.8 5 12.3 my .2 m 4 m .1 .8 m .1 .3 River statement on the great pee Dee at pee Dee the stage is now Well below flood Stag flooding of swampland has now move Well below pee Dee and should be Over i few Days All other Rivers Ore we below flood stage Ond showing lilt change. Lake Levels Lake Clark Hill 325 1 feet about feet below Normal Pool level. Lake Hartwell 651.4 feet about 8 feet below Normal Pool. Lake Greenwood 437.6 feet about feet below full stage. Lake Marion 75.6 feet about 1 foe below full stage. Lake Moultrie feet about 2 fee below full stage. Lake Murray 354.7 feet about 51 feet below full stage. Lake Wateree 96.3 feet about 31 feet below full stage. Monday s Fried Chicken dinner All you can eat a generous serving of Golden Fried thicken served with French Fries or homemade potato tossed Wood bowl grecian Roll. Private dining room for parties Phon. M9-4u3 _ open 8 . For breakfast William Kirby William Bryan Kirby 73, of route 3, died sunday morning in a local nursing Home after a Long illness. Funeral services will be con ducted at . Monday in Elim Baptist Church by Rev. W. J. Hunter. Burial will be in he Church cemetery. Active pallbearers will be Ronnie Morris Willie j Jordon Howard Coker Joe Kirby e. J. Kirby Charles Kirby Sam Kirby and James Alexander. Honorary bearers will be members of the men s Bible ass and the Board of deacons f Elim Baptist Church and d. L. Carter and Harry l. Dunn. Or. Kirby a retired merchant was born at Scran on a son of the late Samuel j. And Lizzie Cannon Kirby of Scranton. For the past 2 ears he had made his Home Lear Florence where he was a member of Elim Baptist Church. He was a former member of the men s Bible class and a former member of he Board of deacons of the Hurch. Surviving Are three daughters. Mrs. Olen cause of Coward mrs. Russell Morris r. Of Turbeville and mrs. Edwin Hewitt of Florence a brother. Listen j. Kirby of Greensboro . Ten grandchildren and six great grandchildren. William Boyett Tabor City . William Doyle Boyett 58, died saturday. Funeral services will be con ducted at 3 . Tuesday in mount Olive Baptist. Church. Burial will follow in mount Olive Baptist Church cemetery. Surviving Are his wife mrs. Vera Lewis Boyett a son James Thomas Boyett of Mullins six Sisters mrs. Lucille Hardin of Milwaukee wis., mrs. Anna Laura Kribbs of lock n.y., mrs. Virginia Stroud of Nichols mrs. Inez Lewis of Tabor City ., mrs. Edith Davis of Charleston and mrs. Katherne Gay of North Charleston two Brothers Albert Boyett of Mullins and listen. Boyett of new York and five grandchildren. Cory t. Mckenzie Dillon funeral services for Gary Thomas Mckenzie will be conducted at 11 . Mon Day in mount Calvary Baptist Church by Rev. D. E. Frye and Rev. Paul Batson. Burial will follow in Riverside cemetery directed by Cottingham funeral Home. Or. Mckenzie 70, a businessman of Dillon county died saturday in a Marion Hospital. In 1938 or. Mckenzie formed Mckenzie music co., the first of its Type in the lower part of South Carolina. He began farm ing in Dillon in 1945 in present Day Selma. He founded Mckenzie real estate and Dillon raceway serving As of both. He was a member of mount Calvary Baptist Church. Or. Mckenzie was born in Dillon county a son of the late h. And Ida Taylor Mckenzie. Eddie r. Peterson Darlington Eddie r. Eterson 950 s. Main died saturday night in a new Laven conn., Hospital after a Hort illness. Funeral arrangements will be announced by the Mitchell Osey funeral Home. To Lynn Catoe Hartsville graveside services for to Lynn Catoe in Fant daughter of Joseph r. Ant Patricia Rivers Catoe will be conducted 11 . Monday in Middendorff Baptist Church cemetery by Rev. F. L Anderson and directed by Brown Pennington Atkins funeral Home. Surviving Are her parents of Hartsville a sister Gail anneal Catoe of the Home paternal grandparents or. And mrs. Gus Catoe of Hartsville and the maternal grandparents or. And mrs. David 0. Rivers of Hartsville. Mrs. Helen Pope Philadelphia a. Mrs. Helen James Pope died Friday in Philadelphia pa., after a Short illness. Funeral services will be con ducted tuesday in Woods funeral Home of Philadelphia. Burial will be wednesday in Philadelphia. Mrs. Pope was born in Latta a daughter of mrs. Helen Bartelle and the late George f. Bartelle she was a graduate of South Carolina state College and taught in Florence school District no. 1. Surviving include her Hus band George Pope of Philadelphia. A one daughter mrs. Alice James Graves of Hampton a. Two sons sgt. Arthur James or. Of Vietnam and Stephen James of Philadelphia a. Her Mother mrs. H. G. Bartelle of Florence two Brothers George f. Bartelle of Florence and it. Colonel Talmadge l. Bartelia of Washington d. Mrs. Lucille Riehle Myrtle Beach mrs. Lucille r. Riehle 64, died saturday at Ocean View memorial Hospital after a Short illness. Funeral services will be con ducted at 10 . Monday from the Chapel of Bullard funeral Home. A second service will be held 3 . Tuesday in Colum Bia at Dunbar funeral Home. Burial will follow in St. Mark j cemetery. Mrs. Riehle was born in Blythewood ., a daughter of the late Franklin Divola and Harriet Elizabeth Epting Rawl she had lived at Myrtle Beach planes continued from Page one military Airport 20 Miles from Amman Jordan. Swissair pcs Jet with 143 passengers and 12 crewmen seized shortly after it took off from Zurich Swissair officials said it landed sunday night at an Airport at Zarqa 15 Miles Northeast of Amman and All passengers were Safe. They said Over half of the passengers were americans. The israeli jetliner carried 148 passengers. Al Al in London said the Hijack attempt was made after Takeoff from Amsterdam an intermediate Stop. The pulp a marxist oriented group said in Jordan it was responsible for the three Hijack nos and the foiled Al Al at empt. A pulp spokesman in am Man said the Twa Jet s Hijack ers would hold a news Confer ence monday morning some where in the pulp said the passengers and Crew of he Swissair plane would be read As hostages until three guerrillas jailed in Switzerland were freed. A popular front communique ate sunday night hinted those aboard the Twa aircraft would be held As hostages from the guerrillas who tried to Hijack the Al Al Hijack. It is now up to the British government to consider serious y its behaviour toward the popu Lar front heroes who arc now being held in said the communique issued in Amman. In Bern the Swiss govern ment called an emergency Cabi net meeting sunday night. In formed sources said it would agree to release the three imprisoned palestinian Comman Dos in return for the safety of the Swissair Jet s passengers and Crew. 1st. Area showing shows Ai she came to sit with baby. And went away with daddy Babysitter color by deluxe jul t West asks again for textile action Camden a it. Gov. John West sunday Reiter ated his plea that president Nixon take immediate executive action to turn the tide against massive textile imports coming into the United Stales. West made the statement from his Camden Home after learning that the Sumter spin Ning co. Will be shut Down for the labor Day week. He said workers recently had suffered a Cut Back in their work week amounting to As much As eight hours per work week to Many employees. I already have called the situation West said now it becomes super critical and is rapidly reaching the disastrous stage for textile Indus try. Monday will be celebrated throughout the land As labor Day. I Call upon president Nix on to give particular thought on this of special mean ing to those who Are willing to give a Good Day s work for a fair Day s salary to the increasingly serious plight of our. Textile workers and to take immediate executive action to remedy the the democratic candidate for governor said. Late last month the j. P. Stevens co. Announced it was shutting Down at least two of its Greenville s.c., plants for the week following labor Day due to Lack of demand for their products. The company said the loss in demand was caused by the in creased influx of cheap Japa Nese imports West noted. _7i.o Gnu Iliou due phone 669-5144 cd slim draperies Ronny Pope lev Robinson Lamar Levi Robinson husband of mrs. Gussie Mae Robinson died sunday afternoon after a Brief illness. Funeral arrangements will be announced by Mitchell Josey funeral Home. Open i All i Day i labor Day i i open Mon. Thru Fri. Til 9 p. M. Gladstone s downtown theatres. Showing spend a Cool Safe labor Day with us shows today at 5 7 9 . Phone 662-2931 Mae West John Huston Raquel Welch Vidal Myra Breckinridge i Winner of r Academy awards 1 metro Goldwyn Mayer re a Carlo Poniti production David lean s film of Boris Pasternak doctor Shimgo in vision and me trocolor shows at and 8 p. M. H shows at 1-3-5-7-9 p. M. Tto Thev escue masons open at shorts at feature at Tii new screen no Iii Clairc Ever Park gab the nohmi. Winner of ten Tui Filemy awards stereophonic sound my trocolor an mom it re lofts

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