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Florence Morning News (Newspaper) - September 15, 1970, Florence, South Carolina4.b tuis Oay sept mar is 1970 item for Ting Sfax your Happy shopping store Sale mens fall Winter famous name Brand suits and sport Coats regular suits save Sale to to to f to to to 22.88 32.88 48.88 sport Coats regular save Sale to to to to to to 16.88 21.88 31.88 downtown and Florence mall use your Belk credit card it s convenient by or. George c. Thosteson . Dear or. Thosteson i have cause and treatment. 12-year-old son who canno stand to hear the family a anything. He will stomp Aroun and say things under his great about How stupid we Are. This started about two year ago. Why i do not know. It i now getting worse. I thought h would outgrow it. He will a alone at the table rather thar sit with the family. If he is with other people then he Wilf tolerate1 it i seems it does t bother him would it be Wise to see psychiatrist mrs. B. D. A the quirks and foibles o the human race eating noises bother some people. I knew a newspaper editor who went into a rage i anybody ate an Apple within i learing. But understood he Neve Why others sometimes were upset at seeing him eat a plate of boiler cabbage doused All Over with Ketchup. Some said it looked like eating a raw brain which it did sort of yes we can have strange likes and dislikes. But i think you have come shrewdly close to the poin when you observe he tolerates other people eating but makes an Issue of it with the family. This implies that it in t the act of eating. Rather for some reason a hypercritical attitude toward the family seems to have developed. Without trying to guess what lies behind this i would say that something must. Whether real or imaginary. Particularly since the situation is getting worse in Stead of better i think he might Well Benefit counselling by a fro m child psychiatrist to find out what is bothering him. Dear or. Thosteson please Tell me what a hiatus hernia is notice of Sale pursuant to decree of the court of common pleas for Marion county in the Case of first provident corporation of South Carolina a South Carolina corporation is. James t. Smith and Linda a. Smith i will sell at Public auction in front of the court House door in Marion South Carolina within the Legal hours of Sale on the first monday in october 1970, to wit noon on the 5th Day of october 1970 to the highest bidder for Cash the following described property. All that certain piece parcel or lot of land situated in the City of Marion county of Marion state of South Carolina and designated As portions of lots no. 13 and no. 14 on r. E. Gregg pro Perty by .1. M. Johnson jr., dated november 1908, recorded in plat Book 3 at Page 26, in the office of the clerk of court for Marion county South Carolina and also shown on plat of lot belonging to James t. Smith dated april -17, 1970, by w. 0. Powers registered Surveyor which plat is recorded in plat Book is at Page 88, records of Marion county South Carolina. The said lot of land is bounded As shown on said plat on the North by Stewart Street on the by Stewart Street on the West by Gregg Street and on the East by remaining portion of lot no. 14, and measures 64 feet on its North and South sides and 100 feet on its East and West sides. Notice is further Given thai the successful bidder at Sai Sale will be required to Deposit with the master As Earnes mrs. C. M. L. The oesophagus or Gullet a to pass through the diaphragm to reach the stomach. If the aperture is a Little too Large and the top of the Stoma pushes upward or attempts to the Gap that is a hiatus hernia or hiatal hernia or esophageal hernia o upside Down stomach if severe. It goes by All those Naes. It can cause regurgitation difficulty in swallowing ulcer like pains and a burning sensation when stomach acids get up into the oesophagus. Loss of weight Bland diet proper sleeping posture even surgery in severe cases a among methods of treating it for further details i Sugges you Send for my Booklet hiatal hernia and eight ways to combat Send 25 cents in Coin and a Long self addressed stamped envelope to or. Thosteson care of Florence morning news. Dear or. Thosteson. I am 29 and have a terrible craving for ice and eat about a tray of ice a Day or More. Is this harmful i am not pregnant but picked in the habit when i was carry ing my two children. It s like a cigarette habit. My husband says i will end up with some Terr file disease some Day and i am scared. S. J. It is just Frozen water so the Labit won t give you some terrible however a pretty fair number of people who acquire such Odd cravings Clay ice and other things Are found to be anaemic. It s a Good idea to have some tests to be whether that has led to the craving. What causes balance 1 rouble what can be done to Correct or overcome it or. Thosteson s Booklet dizzy glance discusses Imp o f vertigo and nausea Freniere s disease and Labrin hits. For a copy of the Booket write to or. Thosteson in Are of this newspaper enclosing 25 cents in Coin and a Long Elf addressed stamped Enve Ope. Or. Thosteson welcomes All eader mail but regrets that be to the tremendous volume received daily he is unable to answer individual letters leaders questions Are incorporated in his possible. Column political warfare heats up by William f. Arbogast associated press writer Washington a p political sniping Between the White House and Congress neared the open warfare stage this week As the 1970 election campaigns heated up. Thinly veiled charges of foot dragging Buck passing and Lack of leadership flew Back and Forth As it became Clear that the administration in tended to take a More Active role in the Campaign. As vice president Spiro t. Agnew carried the gop political Banner Westward for a series of Campaign speeches president Nixon dug his spurs into Congress to get moving on his legislative program. It was obvious that the Republican administration had not forgotten the Success presi Dent Harry s. Truman had in 1948 when he conducted his give pm hell Campaign against the Republican con Gress. Democratic leaders of Congress lost no time returning Money and evidence of Good Faith an amount equal to five per cent 5 per cent of his bid in Cash certified or cashier s Check to be applied to the Purchase Price and should the successful bidder fail to comply with his bid without Legal excuse within a reasonable time after the acceptance of his bid his Deposit shall be forfeited and the property resold on some subsequent sales Day without further order of this court. The bidding shall be final and the successful purchaser or his nominee shall be let into Possession upon the production of the master s deed by the sheriff of Marion county the purchaser paying for the preparation and recording of All papers including the Revenue Stamps. D. B. Mclntyre judge of probate acting As master in equity for Marion county Marion South Carolina Etc Moor 2, 1970 sept. 8, 15, 22 Legal notice nominating m e e t i n is to receive nominations for candidates to fill vacancies on the s. C. Soybean Board pursuant to the provisions o the agricultural commodities marketing 1968 and a amended and marketing Orde no. 1 for South Carlim soybeans issued july 7 1969 notice is hereby Given by the agriculture commission o South Carolina that nominating meetings for the purpose o receiving nominations f o candidates to be elected and of appointed to fill vacancies on the South Carolina soybean Board in districts number 2, 3, and 4 Are scheduled to be Hel on the dates at the places am times hereafter set Forth District 2 september 30 1970, . Room 118. Orangeburg Calhoun technical education Center Orangeburg s. C. District 3 october 1, 1970, m. Room .402 Florence Darlington technical education Center Florence s. I District 4 october 2, 1970, . Auditorium Colleton county agricultural building Walterboro s. C. Vacancies occurring As of december 31, 1970, Are As allows one in District 2, two n District 3 and one in District 4. Oral nominating petitions for qualified candidates shall be accepted at All the above meetings and each shall be seconded by five qualified producers. Nominations May also in made within five Days after Ach said meeting by written commission and signed by not Ess than five qualified producers. Ray v. Segars jr., chairman agriculture commission of s. C. 1, 1970 Columbia South Carolina sept. 15 the fire recently at the Republican president. Senate democratic Leader Mike Mansfield of Montana said it is Fine with him if republicans want to make any Issue out of the record of ingress. Mansfield blamed the administration for delaying its own programs and accused it of making a lot of talk and speeches but offering no specific proposals on some major matters such As Revenue sharing with the states. House democratic whip Hale Boggs of Louisiana said it came As no Surprise to him hat the president starts snip no at Congress As the elec ions approach. It will continue until the first week o f november Boggs predicted. Describing Nixon As a skilled Boggs said the resident will do everything be can to discredit a democratic Congress and divert Public attention from the allures of his own and he blamed the administration or inflation High interest rising prices and housing and a used it of a notable Lack of the president pointed the Inger of blame for those pro Ems on democrats who occupied the White House from 961 until Nixon moved in n january 1969. The president s Bill o f particulars was in a message o the Senate and the House released a Day after he posh or Campaign photos with gop candidates. The message contained a list of i legislative proposals on which Congress has not finally act pro As its two year session preaches an end. We cannot wait f o the president so we must seek a record o achievement All can vital legislation on whic1 Congress has not completed action the president said includes family assistance Man Power training. Social Security 1 changes electoral Reform con Sumer Protection environmental Protection Educa Tion and ant crime proposals. Notice Florence commander no. 10 k. T., illustrious order of the red Cross and order of Malta 00 . Sept. 15th. Supper . Members urged to attend. By order of the eminent com Mander 0. Leo Johnson recorder sept. 13, 14, 15 notice Florence commander no. 10 k. T., order of the Temple . Sept. 15th. Supper . Members urged to attend. Order of the eminent com Mander o. Leo Johnson recorder sept. 1 masonic notice a special communication of Hampton Lodge no. 204 afm Wilt be held in the masonic tem ple on wednesday evening september 16th at o clock order to confer1 the entered apprentice degree. All eligible Are requested to attend. A. B. Mclaughlin w. M. It. Rives King Sec. Sept. 14, 15, 18

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