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Florence Morning News (Newspaper) - September 8, 1970, Florence, South CarolinaJ _ tuesday i lift Al Nowr off Fly mrs. Estelle Giles ,68, widow of it. Col. Robert Theodore Giles died monday in a Myrtle Beach funeral Henry Crossland will be con ducted at 4 . Wednesday in Salem United methodist Church by the Rev. L. Burial directed by people s funeral Home will be in the Church cemetery. Or. Crossland 73, died Fri Day morning in a local nursing Home after a Long illness. He was born in Darlington form to. A son of the late Mose and Carrie Crossland. Surviving Are his wife mrs. Kosa Crossland of Baltimore my two step daughters mrs. Elizabeth Law and mrs. Rosa Lee Jordan both of Baltimore my. Two step sons George w. Lames of Florence and Gran Dison James of bos Park Fla. 13 grandchildren and 14 great grandchildren. . Cockfield of Hemingway Dies at age 64 Hemingway Jack w. Cockfield hem Ingway businessman and Fanner died sunday in a Georgetown Hospital after a he was 64. Brief illness. Graveside services conducted by Bullard funeral Home Wil be at . Wednesday in Southeastern Memoria gardens. Mrs. Giles was born in Mooresville n. C., a daughter of the late Eugene and Estelle Houston Hawthorne. She was a member of Ocean drive presbyterian Church. Surviving Are a sister mrs. Eloise h. Hastings of spartan Burg. Billy s. Truluck Olanta Billy s. Truluck 53, of san Antonio tex., and formerly of Olanta died Sun Day in san Antonio tex., after an apparent heart attack. Funeral arrangements will be announced by Floyd funeral Home. Or. Truluck was a son of the b e n n e t t s v i l l e funeral services for the Rev. H. Jackson will be conducted at 10 . Tuesday in St. John s episcopal Church late Marvin l. Suydan Truluck and Louise of Sumter funeral services will be con ducted at 4 . Tuesday in first United methodist Church of Hemingway by the Rev i . Boulware and the Rev. De Quattlebaum. Burial directed by Morris funeral Home will be in old Johnsonville cemetery. Pallbearers will be Billy Ard hey Ward King jr., r. L. Cockfield Willis Mcdaniel Lea Cockfield and Richard Bolyn. Or. Cockfield was owner and operator of the big four warehouse of Hemingway and the planters warehouse of Asheville n. For several years. He was owner and operator of Cockfield Iga supermarket and the hem Ingway Freezer and locker Plant. He was currently serv ing As president of the s. Locker Plant association. Formerly a member of hem Ingway town Council for three terms or. Cockfield was born county. He was a Veteran of world War ii. Surviving Are a sister mrs. R. 0. Wells of Chipley tour Brothers j. H. Truluck of Al Dorado Springs mo., m. L. Truluck of Columbia l. F. Truluck of High Point n. C., and Mack Truluck of Timmonsville. Ernest w. Casque Dillon Ernest Willis Gasque 53, died monday in a Florence Hospital after a Long illness. Funeral services will be announced by Cox Collins in Mullins. T. W. Wilson of Charlotte Dies at 77 Charlotte n. Thomas Walter Wilson. 77, died sunday afternoon in a Charlotte Hospital after a Brief illness. He was born at mint Hill n. He was a plumbing and heating inspector for the City of Charlotte and owner of a plumbing and heating business in Charlotte. In 1967, he was chosen in Portsmouth a. Graveside services directed by Whitner funeral Home will be con ducted at 10 . Wednesday in Mccall cemetery of Bennettsville. The Rev. Or. Jackson 70, a retired minister of Portsmouth va., died saturday after a Brief illness. He was pastor of St. John s episcopal Church for 27 years. Surviving Are his wife mrs. Caroline b. Jackson two Brothers John m. Jackson of Bennettsville and Maureen d. Jackson of Southern Pines n. Three Sisters miss Margaret m. Jackson mrs. Nell j. Proctor and mrs. Harriet Jackson All of Bishop Ville. E. D. Wright e. D. Wright 67, of Florence and formerly of Lamar died monday afternoon in a Florence Hospital. Funeral services will be announced by Belk King funeral Home of Darlington. David Coe or. Darlington David Coe or. Of Darlington died sunday night after an apparent heart attack. Funeral arrangements will be it s like this two of the leaders of state politics have a talk before the Southern 500 Stock car race at Darlington monday. Sen. Ernest f. Mailings left Lis tens to Darlington county sen. J. P. Spot Mozingo. Staff photo by Jimmie Owens Thurmond blames court for nation s problems the supreme court school integration and president Nix on s welfare proposals All came under fire monday night from South Carolina s Republican sen. Strom Thurmond. Thurmond answering questions from a group of local Jaycees on a television pro Gram Here said one of the biggest needs is to replace several present supreme court justices. Thurmond blamed in creasing crimes disruptive activities and most of the nation s other Domestic problems City news briefs announced by funeral Home. Mitchell Josey general set for Dillon gop meet on Council race set the executive committee scheduled according planned for a discussion on to Nat Rosenfeld Secretary of j endocrinology the meeting will the Florence City democratic be for two Davs tuesday and j wednesday. Also or. King will the Florence county Republican party is scheduled to meet tuesday night to the possibility of nominating a candidate fir county Council to replace Ernest Rodrique. Rodrique withdrew his candidacy for seat no. 1 of District no. 1 on county coun j cil last week i for personal party. Rosenfeld said Only one candidate a. P. Skinner filed for the open seat on Florence Council and he automatically becomes the parly s j Tec couts6 fit attend a meeting tar Day Columbia on venereal disease sponsored by the state Board youths charged with drug violations Myrtle Beach a p Law enforcement Divi Sion sled agents and police from North Myrtle Beach and Myrt e Beach arrested 13 Young persons along the South Caro Lina resort Beach area this weekend on charges of illegal Sale or Possession of drugs. It. Leon Gasque of sled a d 10 were arrested for pos session of marijuana and placed Inder Bond. The other three were picked up on charges of Sale of marijuana or the Sale of heroin. Gasque said charged at North Myrtle Beach with Possession of marijuana were Ronald Charles Phillips 20, Charlotte. . Ronald Hyde 21, Charlotte Buford Hinson .10. Rock Hill . Russell h. Odom 24, Kinston . Jesse Jernes Gleaton or. 21. Ence . Rick Jenkins 21, flounce Richard Kirin ne1124, Florence David Bryan 19, Florence Harld Mitchell p cd of health. 16, Charlotte and win Ston Jackson 21, Dillon . Raymond Sketers 26, of James Ashley and Cornelia Poston Cockfield. He was a member of first United methodist Church. Bible class and served As of the the men s association. He was a charter member masonic Lodge no. 165. S surviving Are his wife mrs. J f Ali dred Hemingway Cockfield sub. Or. ads or Thor t v of b. Wilson Ana in. I. W. Wilson brother 1. Lock Tiem of _ associate evangelists of the f Orence two Sisters. Cornelia Mcelveen and mrs. Mrs. B Ondell Smith both of Colum Bia and three grandchildren. Florence s finest charcoal Hearth restaurant Holiday inn smorgasbord monday thru Friday sundays also table service Billy Graham team. Surviving Are two Sisters. Dillon it. Gen. John a Poison commanding general of he xviii airborne corps and Ort Bragg ., will make he dedicatory speech at the pening of the Dillon House museum at. 11 ., saturday kept. 19, to open the Dillon county tricentennial Cerebra Ion. The Dillon House museum s owned and maintained by the Dillon county historical society. Once located on first Avenue near the business District of Dillon it was moved during the year to a lot on West main or. Morris Anderson party chairman said the executive committee will meet at 8 . At the Peoples Federal savings and loan association building. He said it is Likely that a candidate will be named to run i i Ca Steohen Moore in th2 a new course tune up and oct. 6 municipal election plus to Volkswagen write ins or Cand dates i engines has been scheduled to named by other parties. Begin at the on the supreme court. He said it is his rope that new vacancies occur the president will appoint More conservative members to that he called some members of the court old and senile and said they should be replaced. Thurmond said he is opposed to president Nixon s Guaran teed annual income to 811 american families. He said it is not fair if someone is Able to work to give them a guaranteed he said the answer to to is proper training vocational and technical agita Tion. The senator said he posed to enforced integration and that he believed that Irethe future the nation will to Freedom of Choice j 8 i in Florence . Greater Florence planning com j Mission at City recorder s j courtroom. I . Florence j county court of common pleas at the Florence county j courthouse. J . Florence Optimist club meeting at the Chicken Basket. . Florence j Jaycees meeting at Oakdale country club. . Florence j Barbershop Chor at Central United methodist Crich. T . Alcoholics j anon Mius meeting at Cen i trial United methodist Church j . Florence to Republic party executive committee meeting at j Iruh Beac v peonies Federal savings and charged with the Sale of loan association. Of mini Iwina and posses a Sion of marijuana. Gus Lee jr., v i , n. A. Was charge 1 out ing ton technical Sale and Possession of to attend meet Center Sepl-2l were under Dublin Ireland a Florence county health of against Inen Bent Fred schip Ficen or Man a Democrat. To will attend a meeting of phys set to run for a total of 36 hours the will to held from 7 . To 10 . Each monday and will be taught by Irish Auto insurance company a is mailed an important notice Toj Bond each. Arrested at was Robert g. Smith 19, of Myrtle he was charged the Sale of marijuana and pos of nuclear explosion Giansa the Douglas. The Cost will be j of Mariniana. His Bond court of common pleas begins a two week term Here tuesday morning with judge j. B. Ness presiding. 1 court begins at 10 . With j pre trial hearings set for 9 j ., according to court officials. A heavy Georgia in Augusta. I was set at its policyholders stating theist policies did not cover the 1 seven More s. districts open school year tuesday by the associated press More South Carolina mrs. Osborne Wallace As a permanent site for the Home. The former Home of the late James w. Dillon for whom Dillon and Dillon county were named it will be one of the More interesting Sites to be around scheduled for trial during the term which normally begins on monday but was delayed because of labor Day. Docket of districts Start classes tuesday living Only four of the state s 93 districts to open. All will be open no to their first mass integration As did most of the state s districts that opened last week and the week mrs. H. G. Mcaulley of seen during the tour Charlotte and mrs. Lester Hood. Or the tricentennial. Of Matthews n. A the House is being furnished with antique furniture of the victorian period and miscellaneous articles belonging to the Dillon family. The Dillon tricentennial will begin saturday sept. 19, and continue through sept. 26. Daughter mrs. H. B. Shrum of Florence s. Two other sons Charles k. Wilson of Asheville and the Rev. David f. Wilson of Farmingdale n. Y. 15 grandchildren and two great grandchildren. Funeral services will be conducted by or. Billy Graham or. J. Allen Blair and or. Henry Crouch at the Calvary presbyterian Church of Charlotte at 2 . Tuesday. Mcewen funeral Home is in charge. There is Comfort in Beauty. Death is the eternal inevitability the most real of All realities. Yet its per haps the hardest of All realities to face. The funeral director More than most people has a sympathetic understand ing of the nature of grief. He is there a consoling support when a bereaved family needs someone to be there someone who cares. We care at the Smith funeral Home. Funeral Fec Rice Lobb cd Carbe it fac offset phone 669-7305 i no demo primary q party primary tuesday As 250 White pupils Are expected i Gro elementary schools. To enrol. The District has also opening tuesday will be Zeffro pupils. All openings have been quiet protests by negro with Only grammar Grays in Jasper county and school pupils at Marlboro Lee and Williamsburg county schools and Dillon county districts 1. 2, and 3. Opening thursday will be Georgetown county schools. Before. One of the seven will be the i Summerton schools in Claren there will be no democratic Don county. That was one of the districts involved in the supreme court order to end pubic school segregation. Few if any of the District s Easley in Pickens county being Florence and Timmonsville i reported. They objected to the to schools and Orangeburg Dis closing of their former Allne strict 3. J Happy hours i j p. M daily j Bethea names staff member College funds slated for youths in s. Other s. Deaths c. B. Bailey Chester mrs. Mary Adams Newberry Stanley f. Levy i Walterboro mrs. Lucy Dickey Allen Dale l. J. Watford Pageland w. Van detest Sumter mrs. Nealey Banes Greenwood Dillon a a. W. Red Bethea candidate for governor of the South Carolina Independent party announced i monday appointment of Connelley Campbell of Green Ville As his Campaign director for the Piedmont area of the state. Campbell was Bethea s Campaign manager in 1962 when the Dillon Farmer ran third in a five Man Field for governor in the democratic party. Bethea later switched to the segregationist independents. From those we serve the services conducted by or. Stoudenmire and his staff Are always conducted with dignity and reverence for poor and Rich alike. I do not know of anyone who has used their services and not been the above is an actual comment that we received from a family we were privileged to serve. The original note is part of our permanent files. Bimetal Jot be ado South Dargham Street Pilolli find service registration begins today at local Tec registration will get underway at the Florence Darl i n g t o n technical education Center tuesday when incoming freshmen begin enrolling at 9 . Seniors returning for the new year will Register on wednesday during the same hours 9 . To 3 ., As freshmen. Officials have estimated that when registration is completed More than 750 students will have registered which will be approximately 100 More students the year than were enrolled at Tec last year. Tec director Fred c. Fore said the Center will be taxed to the limit to handle the i enrolment but that there will be adequate space for them. With two new courses to be offered at the Center this Vear electro mechanical Engineer ing technology and a Paveloi meet studies program classes will begin thursday As the new year officially begins. Columbia a the executive director of the South Carolina commission for farm workers announced monday that in College financial Aid has been granted to 219 South Carolina youths. James Clyburn said the funds appropriated by the . Department of health education and welfare Are aimed at and Sumter. We know beyond a Clyburn added that the social cultural and educational environment of the Home strongly affects the performance of a youth in school. Studies show that children of Low income fam Ilies without adequate motivation will continue in the same pattern As their previous generations. Breaking the poverty Cycle in it is Clyburn Low income Rural families. Said to seek out High school Clyburn said youths receiving j seniors from poverty area in the Aid came from the counties of Charleston Williamsburg Dorchester Beaufort Clarendon Viro ments and provide them the Opportunity to develop their relax and have your r favorite beverage at special prices. V featuring w live entertainment w nicely v with Bob c. Brener combo specializing in j steaks a live Maine lobster f f we Cater to private parties tale of the Fox s. Irby St. 669-5491 f f 3f f 1st. Area showing shows Ai she came to sit with baby. And went away with daddy Florence theatres. Now showing adults ii or Over trader Horne tristan and Isolde Lustful Turk Rilington cd next notorious Cleopatra hand x Flatum Timi Tim color by deluxe show at 7 9 p. M. Phone 662-2931 Myra Breckinridge water Mellon Man Godfrey Cambridge open feature phone 662-5331 gone with thew nor

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