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Florence Morning News (Newspaper) - September 11, 1970, Florence, South Carolina2-a Friday september 11. 1970 Piatt Tutt Pun for distribution of Good news for modern Man or father John Lyons or. Sam Russell Ond de Mclver Bennie Prosser Pamplico Bennie died thursday of a Charleston Prosser Ter noon Hospital. Funeral arrangements will be announced later by Floyd Mccutcheon funeral Home. Mrs. Charlie Chapman society Hill mrs. Charlie Chapman 82, died thursday morning at her Home. Funeral services will be con ducted at 4 . Friday at the Church of Jesus Christ of lat Ter Day saints. Burial will be in the Church cemetery directed by Brown Pennington Atkins funeral Home of Hartsville. Mrs. Chapman was born in Chesterfield county a daughter of the late William m. And Nancy Freeman Brewington. Surviving Are her husband of society Hill one daughter mrs. Hey Ward Hill of Clio two sons Joe and Curtis Chapman both of society Hill and one brother Walter Brewington of Skyland . Gillam l. Morris Sumter Gillam l. Morris 76, died wednesday morning at tourney Hospital in Sumter after an illness. Funeral services will be con ducted at 3 . Friday at Shelley Home by Brunson the Rev. Funeral Freddie Gaymon. Burial will be in Pine Grove cemetery at Turbeville. Or. Morris was born in Turbeville a son of the late or. And mrs. John f. Morris. He was twice married first to the late mrs. Rozell Morris and later to the late mrs. Bessie Garrett Geddings Morris. Surviving Are three daughters mrs. Margaret Alma Hatfield of Gaston mrs. Adell Geddings of Sumter and mrs. Rosa Mae Geddings of Myrtle Beach a sister mrs. Ida Coker of Valdosta ga., and nine grandchildren. Charles e. Forgason Myrtle Beach Charles e. Forgason 59, of 305 64th ave., North died thursday morning at Ocean memorial Hospital after a Short illness. Requiem mass will be said at Friday at the St. 11 . Andrews Catholic Church. Burial directed by Bullard funeral Home will be in the Southeastern memorial gardens at North Myrtle Beach. Or. Forgason was born in Cleveland Ohio a son of the late Raymond and Elsie sheaf Fer Forgason. He had lived in Myrtle Beach for the past 17 years and was a member of the St. Andrews Catholic Church. He was a retired restaurant and Motel owner. Surviving Are his wife mrs. Josephine Lavin Forgason of the Home one son Charles e. Forgason jr., of Myrtle Beach a daughter mrs. Theresa Elizabeth Forgason of Myrtle Beach and one sister mrs june Frohnapple also of Myrtle Beach. Mrs. Malda Anderson Wallace mrs. Kalda g Anderson 75, formerly of Marion died at her daughter s Home mrs. Inez t Albert thursday morning after a Briel illness. Funeral arrangements will be announced later by the s m i t h Brothers funeral Home by Marion. Mrs. Anderson was t h e daughter of the late Albert p and Margie c. Graham of Marion county. She was the widow of Markey c. Anderson. Surviving Are three sons Maxcy c. Anderson o Washington d. C., Howard Landerson o f Alburquerque n.m., and Albert c. Anderson of Elk on a. Five daughters mrs. Talbert of Wallace mrs. Catherine a. Ford of Castleberry fla., mrs. Elise a. Jackson of Rock Hill mrs. Hazel a. Bumstead of it. Lauderdale fla., and mrs. Teenie a. Mor Ris of Georgetown one sister mrs. Luther Honeycutt of Kan Napolis n. And a brother George Graham of Fork. Duty. We regard it As a duty to serve our Community thus to obey the fam ily s every wish to attend its smallest need. We Are proud that Over the years we have offered Pur very Best at All times and we pledge a continuance of this Effort throughout the years to come. National selected mortician 75 years of service Florence s leading funeral Home and Chapel 400 s. Dargan St. Florence s. Mrs. Frances Dukes Charleston mrs. Frances Hyman Dukes 39, died thursday morning in a local Hospital after a Long illness. Lunert services will be at 3 . Friday at the Midland Park methodist Church directed by Stuhr funeral Home. Mrs. Dukes was born in Scranton a daughter of or. And mrs. Ralph Hyman. Bill Murray Hartsville funeral services for Bill Murray 58, of Charleston and formerly of Darlington county will be con ducted at 4 p. M. Saturday at the apostolic fait h in the lord Jesus Christ Church six Miles South of Hartsville by the elder l. Hunter. Burial directed by Hines funeral Home will be in the Church cemetery. Surviving Are one brother Mack Murray of Winston Salem n. And four Sisters mrs. Magdalene Jackson and group readies distribution of new Bible placing a copy of Good news for modern Man in every Home in Florence county will be the goal of a distribution committee for the new translation of the Bible during the month of november. More than copies have been ordered for the d a y of distribution which has been set for nov. 15 and according to or. Sam Russell chairman it is our Hope to place As Many As copies in Home before the is finished. The new English version of the new testament written by or. Robert g. Bratcher was published by the american Bible society in 1966 in connection with the Celebration of the 150th anniversary of the society s founding. Being sponsored by the Christian action Council an interdenominational Agency in South Carolina every Church and pastor has been called upon to help spread the word in the modern translation As a part of the state tricentennial Celebration. In Florence a committee has been named to promote the distribution and to set dates and goals for the interdenominational Effort. Named to the the committee in addition to or. Russell Are Edward Mclver vice chairman Roy Graham Secretary father John Lyons mrs. Ann Mccoy David Eagerton Cooper Ted Der the Rev. Or. Francis Che soon Bill stall North the Rev. Theron few Millard Dozier Bill Smith and Bob Poindexter. Meeting at the Holiday inn in downtown Florence thursday the committee met with the Rev. J. Edward Cunningham distribution Secretary for the Eastern Region of the american Bible society to finalize plans for distribution in the Florence area. Or. Russell said it is hoped that this sum May be collected through the churches and from private donations As the took will be Given free of charge to children and through an admittedly con will prohibit fluttering ribbons Trover Sial Section of the and banners signs on or Over greater Florence planning Public property flashing signs commission s comprehensive All advertising signs except on zoning ordinance came under unimproved property this is fire thursday afternoon. Rainwater told the Board that his committee s main concern Florence chamber of com and objective is to protect the businessman s interest in signs. We see thousands of dollars could be he said if this ordinance passes As Rainwater said he and other members of the committee recognize the fact that some Type of sign regulations is needed however. His Coin mrs. Agnes Fuller both of their local churches. He said Pittsburgh pa., mrs. Sally Church through its official Fin of bedlam fla., and mrs. I body has pledged toward Thomasina Fox of Hartsville. Making the Effort a reality. Proposal for regulation of signs comes under fire in chamber meet City news briefs Telephone Cable Cut a Cable supplying Telephone service for an area East of Florence was Cut during a Highway construction project thursday and two industries a College and a number of Homes were left without the use of phones for about two hours. Southern Bell Telephone co. Officials in Florence said the buried Cable was Cut while work was underway on a con Nector route from interstate Highway 95 and l1. S. Highway 301. The disconnection resulted in a temporary loss of Telephone service for Dupont South Carolina industries Francis Marion College and a number of Homes including the Tremont Terrace subdivision. Phone company officials said the service was out about two to two and a half hours while repairmen made a new connection for the underground Cable. Joins Law firm William k. Eaton jr., military judge for several years at it. Jackson s. C., and a native of Florence was recently discharged from the u. S. Army and. Will be associated in the general prac Tice of Law in Florence. He Wil work with the Law firm o Mcgovran Nettles and Keller . On South Coit Street. A graduate of e 1 e m s o n University and the University of South Carolina school of Law Eaton is married to the former Joyce Medlin of Darlington. They have a daughter Lee Andrea. Sponsor Sale the ladies auxiliary of the Florence boy s club o f America will sponsor a Sale of Mere Randise contributed by ocal merchants at 8 . Fri Day at the 1-95 Holiday inn. The Sale is part of an Effort by the auxiliary to help with the Purchase of a site for the relocation of the Florence boy sub. Further activities of the Aux giant double feature Russ Meyer s x starts at both in color j Russ Meyer s Lerry Ryff Aquel for those who measure Success Only in the hours before the morning Light please leave the kiddies Home biliary will include a fashion show and a cabaret. Previous activities have been responsible for the Purchase of a club bus the sponsoring of the annual banquet and the annual Christmas party. Billboards he roof signs and Wall signs which would the Section dealing with pr0ject above the roof line regulations of signs was challenged during a meeting sponsored by the greater Florence Chat Merce Board of directors. The chamber Board deferred action on a request for endorsement of an amended set of sign regulations until it can study the matter further. Chamber president Millard Dozier said As the meeting was made and explanations Given during the session left him completely confused about the regulations. Other chamber Board members agreed that More time should be Given to study the matter before a vote for endorsement is taken. Dozier asked that the City of Florence Supply chamber directors with copies of the entire zoning ordinance which has been approved by the planning commission and is now before City Council for consideration opposition arose immediately after James Barnes a planning commission member briefly explained that the sign regulations Are Only a Small part of an Overall zoning ordinance. Barnes admitted the article on signs is a controversial but added that it is something that a progressive City must have. We cannot have a comprehensive ordinance without including he stated. Jim Rainwater representing a committee appointed by the chamber to study the proposed ordinance told the Board that a number of sections in the Arti Cle Are questionable. He called on Emil t. Cannon a Timmonsville attorney to outline the questionable areas. Cannon told the Board in no Uncertain terms that he was opposed to the stringent regulations proposed in the ordinance and even called one Section dealing with sizes of signs a Frankenstein s he said a formula outlined to determine the size of signs was born confused and he said the Section is impractical As Well As unduly Cannon said the ordinance Mittee offered a number of amendments to the proposed plan now before City Council. City planner Davis Byrd who attended the meeting along with City manager r. Powell Black and administrative assistant Charles Martin told the Board that the ordinance is intended to eliminate some signs in Florence which would be considered too Large. Byrd said owners of these signs and others not meeting regulations would be granted a reasonable period of time for phasing them out. He pointed to safely aspects of the regulations before Dozier closed the meeting and postponed action in favor of further study. Leaf prices show drop flue cured tobacco on the South Carolina Market average dropped to below 70 cents Dur ing sales thursday. Only South Carolina tobacco is being sold on the Market following the cancellation of a Selling Holiday that had originally been scheduled for this week. Here Are thursday sales results subject to revision As reported by the Market news service Market Conway Darlington Dillon Hemingway Kingstree Lake City Lamar Loris Mullins Pamplico t i m m Onsville 66.40 total . 69.39 volume average 68.08 69.67 70.48 69.49 70.26 67.98 72.28 69.42 67.66 197.749 174.478 self help pact Mbabane Swaziland a United states and swazi land have signed an agreement under which the United states will contribute a year to the african kingdom for self help projects the government announced. I am one of the most important films i be Ever seen the Evergreen film presented by Grove 3ress stars Lena Myrnan. A Sandro production directed by Virgol Sjoman restricted to adults. Darlington Cinema features 7 9 p. M. Shows at and it s new fun kiddie matinee saturday Only he can t fix a faucet or carry a dish. But he did something else that made the whole world sit up and take notice. And his kids loved him for color Alan Arkin Rita Moreno Miguel Alejandro Ruben Figueroa everybody 50c he he theatres. Inc. Now showing shows today at 7 and 9 p. M. Phone 662-2931 held Over 2nd big week color Mae John West Huston Raouel Welch Myra Breckinridge Rex Reed Farrah Fawcett shows today at 7 and 9 p. M. Phone 662-7731 Mash is the Best american War 3 comedy since sound came in f Pauline new yorker doled Sutherland Elliott Gould Tom Skerritt color by deluxe first show 1 p. M. 2 Gigantic hits Clint Eastwood adj action Leeya Cleef plus the . Oblong Box Vincent Price open show feature p. M. The lets try anything generation touch Bles Judy Huxtable Esther Anderson Marilyn Rickard Kath Simmonds David Anthony. Pius it s wicked the loves

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