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Florence Morning News (Newspaper) - September 20, 1970, Florence, South Carolina2-a sunday september 20, 1970 june try Frim tilt s. Welfare hit by committee stale advisory committee on civil rights said saturday there is every evidence that de Facto discrimination exists in the South Caro Lina department of Public fare. Tally Cut off and others drastic county officials have allowed j enforcement of Federal welfare Cally reduced for no reasons discriminatory services to be on he based stated. Lists in various counties of the Gibson criticized the general i Assembly for giving the poor .-i21 it charged the department of per cent of what they consider i welfare with not making info standards in South Carolina. Rendered by doctors and Den Gibson said the main recommendation of the committee was the passage of a welfare Bill Lack of or. W. F. Gibson chairman 011 enough for their Basic needs mation available to the Public the state advisory committee to and leaving the poverty strike concerning welfare procedures the. U. S. Commission on their own Means to make Upland criticized hew s eights issued the rest. J which cited glaring the statement of Federal state and local regu contended that the state Wel a lations governing welfare. Fare department had Given Only i South Carolina has no co Token Observance to Federal Columbia car sponsored by sen. Red Harris d-okla., Over the Nixon administration s welfare proposal. The Only qualification under the Harris Bill is that you Hare to be Gibson added. Or. R. Archie Ellis director of the state department of pub Lic welfare could not b reached immediately for con1 ment on the charges. He was confronted with Sim Lar charges by the committee in late july but has never responded publicly. Scoff raps Nixon policies passion for poor Gibson civil rights Laws. Olivia gov. Bob Scott have failed in the areas of in accused employment education and in said at a news conference at co j it recommended the depart Tho Nixon administration Satur i Flatiron. Limbia. Of health. Education of being the masters of the promises of 1968 find m payments have been welfare i welfare conduct an immediate nothing but political rhetoric i correlation with the perform which have been to a investigation into Why state and and charged that republicans Mance of the Nixon adm Nistra staff photo by Johnny foreign Exchange students disembark from bus it Highland Park Church the 50 visitors ranging in age from 19 to 25, will leave Florence monday Tion in the Scott said. The North Carolina Democrat spoke at a luncheon sponsor by the South Carolina democratic women s Council Here the event served As the Kickoff Tor the. Democratic Ca Raign in South Carolina. Nixon s failure is evidenced by the Rise of inflation unemployment and the interest rate Scott told a crowd that included South Carolina gov. Robert my ardently Means two sets of rules one for the South and one for the rest of the nation seeks More Sale Cong. John l. Mcmillan said saturday he had contacted of finials of the . Department f agriculture in an Effort to Rolong tobacco sales in South Carolina. The congressman said he ought authorization for con nuance of tobacco sales in staff photo by Johnny Ellis sister Center beams after perpetual vow ceremony saturday with her Are sister Murphy left a brother in rear James m. Loome and her parents Catholic perpetual vows said in jewish Church for the first time in Flor nce religious history that of be country and possibly the orld a Catholic nun said churches offered the use of their buildings but this one was Small enough. I think it was very symbolic in the sense that christianity perpetual vows in a jewish synagogue. Has its roots in her sister Patricia Loome and St. Anthonys was Eacher at St. Anthony s damaged by fire earlier during Catholic parochial school in Lorence made her perpetual commitment to the Community the Temple Beth Israel on Ark Avenue. The vows indicate Public statement to service in be Church and to the religious Community. Sister lome Tate markets for at least will not change additional week and also to according to Etain two sets of buyers on the Mullins and Lake City markets until All tobacco has been sold. He said authority Over sales is with the 36 member Industry wide flue cured tobacco committee and its Lairman has As yet failed to Grant his request. _ father c. J. Malony pastor of St. Anthony s Catholic Church the ceremony also May be the first of its kind held Insa jewish synagogue the United states and probably the world. Said sister Loome it was a very touching thing. Many foreign students find South More friendly7 Eric the red and the Vikings from Scandinavia reputed by visited America Long before Christopher Columbus was even him and As recent As saturday afternoon a total of 50 students nost from Scandinavia and some from Belgium disembarked at the Highland Park Metho dist Church parking lot for a weekend visit in Florence. Group will leave for Richmond va., the state of Maryland and Back to new York. J sunday big Day Florence for the students when they will attend Church and youth group meetings in the afternoon according and to the evening Rev. M. The students who came to this country Over three months ago Are near the end of a tour the United Stales. While in Mullikan pastor of Highland Park. They will also tour the City and surrounding Countryside he added. Willard Keith lwi11 in cemetery j directed by Williams funeral Patrick c. Willard Keith Home. 48, died Friday afternoon at his residence at it. 1, Patrick. Or. Daniel was a retired i merchant a funeral services will be con j Dargan and ducted sunday at 4 . At the son of the Elizabeth Surles one visitor. Tony Vervaet a High school innit Home. Church of Jesus Christ of latter Day saints in society Hill. Elder Herbert Ellison and elder de Watkins will officiate. Burial j will be in the Harris Creek i cemetery directed by Brown Pennington Atkins funeral Junior College in America student from Belgium. Florence the students will Belaid America is Fine but Chesterfield county lie guest of some 23 Peop e in the South Are families with two or three i More or. Keith was born a son mrs. Carrie Petty Keith and the late Charlie students staying at each Homo i a Friend of his Vandueren. A their Ages Are from to 25. Translator and commercial Cor they Are in Florence on hospitality tour worked most of settlement houses and various Camps and programs in the slate of new York with retarded children. They have visited such t places As Jacksonville. Fla., and Beaufort. Following their respondent also from Belgium said that air pollution Especial Aner having a in Brooklyn. Is too much it me ume in j is not Safe 10 in breakfast monday morning the travel Exchange. City which is impressive but not enough to live the group will leave for Home sept. 25. Their stay is sponsored by the association for world mount Hope where the memory of loved ones will be kept Beautiful forever it care proud of our Community and we Are proud that mount Hope is a part of it. Here amongst the Broad lawns with its Trees and plantings thousands of our Community and sur rounding towns visit their departed loved ones. We More than Pride our selves with its appearance and shall continue Ever trying to improve its appearance and services. Unur a vent i with perpetual care. Almost a Century of service mount Hope cemetery 100 Cherokee Road employed Keith. By he was m a f c o manufacturing co. Surviving Are his wife mrs. Nell Hodges Keith his Mother both of society daughters Connie Hill two Marie and Peggy Jean Keith both of the Home two sons Gary Wayne and Kevin Earl Keith both of the Home a brother Jamse r. Keith of society Hill. Louis Daniels Latta Louis Daniels 78. Died Friday in a Marion Hospital after a Long illness. Funeral services will be con ducted at . Sunday at Daniels of Dillon. Surviving Are seve daughters. Mrs. Nancy Hyat mrs. Earlene Sanderson an miss Shirley Daniels All Latta mrs. Emma has eld and mrs. Bernice Rouse both Marion mrs. Virgie Sander so of Hartsville. And or Beulah Carter of Dillon thre sons Luther Daniels of Dillon Frank Daniels of Marion Clifford Daniels of Latta sister. Mrs. Carolina Morri Roland. N. 58 grandchildren and 66 great grandchildren. John m. Morris funeral services for Joh Murdock Morris will be con ducted at 3 . Sunday Waters funeral Home Chapel b or. A. D. Plowden Sumter or. Arthur Davis Plowden 88, died saturday morning in d Sumter Hospital. Funeral services will be con the Marion presbyterian Church. Surviving Are a daughter mrs. M. B. Nichols jr., of Hartsville a sister mrs. Harold Rev. James Readling. Buria will be in mount hop cemetery. Active pallbearers will be a. Murray de Cameron j. W Culberson jr., j. W. Culberso Iii r w. Culberson and e f Culberson. Sardis Baptist Church. Burial j or. Morris 76, died Friday. There is Comfort in Beauty. For Many years we have served the families of this Community with dignity understanding and integrity. Our establishment is operated by a staff of trained and highly skilled professional specialists and is considered by us to be one of the most up to Date in this area. While our facilities have been constantly modernized for better service our policy remains unchanged. Diligent is business fervent in romans office 662-7192 phones residence 669-7305 Jufu itral i our in Obb ours disc rat a tier of Tirol 111 ii Orincci. Lutvi ducted at 4 .. Sunday in children. Concord presbyterian Church by j Rev. J. Floyd Akin. Burial directed b y Shelley Brunson funeral Home will be in the Church cemetery. Grandsons will be Active pallbearers and elders of the Church will be honorary bearers. Or. Plowden a retired chiropractor. Was a member Concord presbyterian Church where he served As elder an teacher of an adult Bible class he was a member of the stud and Fellowship club. Surviving Are five daughters mrs. W. B. Abbott of Sumter mrs. John Mckay and mrs f p. Palmer of g r e n v i 11 e mrs. J. A. Thibodeau of Santa Anna calif., and mrs. Rodge Richards of new York . Two sons s. T. Plowden o Florence and a. D. Plowden in of Sumter 18 grandchildren Anc 12 great grandchildren. The family requests that i leu of Flowers contributions b made to the t h o r n w e 1 orphanage o r presbyterian lome in Summerville. Mrs. Made Thompson Lake View mrs. Made Ivans Thompson 46, of route 2, Airmont died saturday morn no. Funeral arrangements will be announced by Prevatte funeral lome. Surviving Are her husband Thompson a son spec. Ames Timothy Thompson of the s. Army in Vietnam her Arents or. And mrs. Cleveland Ivans of Fairmont two Sisters James Christine Hompson of Fairmont and mrs. Roderick Hazel Lewis of fort Alden Beach Fla. Three rothers Laurence f. Evans of Emberton n. C., Gilbert w. Vans of Richmond va., and Alph h. Evans of Fairmont. Mrs. Nan b. Davis Arion mrs. Nan Brown apis widow of Biscoe Davis de Friday night in a Hartsville so pita after a icing illness. Graveside services will be conducted at 3 . Sunday in the catenary cemetery directed by Smith Brothers p omeral Home. Mrs. Davis was a daughter of the late sen. William a. And Eliza Clark Brown of Marion county. She was a graduate of Winthrop College and a member Davis of Marion and two grand t the week and they have to hold All religious services in other places. The commitment service planned about a month in Advance was originally scheduled to be held in St. Saturday but last Anthony s minute arrangements were made. The ceremony is normally held at the Mother s House at Ilchester md., but under a new provision which began several years ago the vows can be said elsewhere. Attending the services along with about 45 people were sister Patricia s parents or. And mrs. John l. Loome of Illinois her brother and the Rev. Provincial Rosalie Murphy and. Born in Miami Fla., sister Patricia spent most of her life in Philadelphia pa., before coming to Florence. She has been at the parochial school for two years. Mcmahan dinner set for wednesday Florence Nursery sets open House the kiddie land nurses a new baby sitting service in Florence located at 613 Stackley St., will hold an open House from 5 . Until 7 . Sunday according to director Freddie Hines. Included on the program will be mayor David Mcleod. City councilman Madison Rainwater the Rev. W. T. Diggs and elder 0. J. Mckinney. Scheduled to begin year round operation monday the school dinner chairman p h i 1 j will take children ranging in age Stephenspn supporters from from five months to five years. Throughout the nine county sixth j there Are four staff workers. Congressional District Are sex and room for 75 children. Petted to attend the 5100 a plate applications for service Are still friends Mcmillan of Cong. John will gather Florence wednesday for a raising dinner. Fund the meeting scheduled for begin at 8 . At the Florence country club. According to originally thursday dinner. Open Hines said. Evangelist says i prefer an adjustment to a headache backache or a dope Pill 1, w. I. Mixon an evangelist and a child of god am giving this state ment on chiropractic on my own because i love people and am interested in their welfare. Last november i stayed in the Hospital thirteen Days. My Hospital Bill was one doctor another doctor _ my wife and i lost approximately in salaries during that time. Two Days i got out of the Hospital i called a chiropractor about my aching head. Today i thank god for men in the chiropractic Field. I am not knocking the medical Field because there is a Job for both but i prefer an adjustment instead of a headache a backache or a dope Pill. In ii Timothy 3.7, Ever learning and never Able to come to the knowledge of the May apply to our health As Well As to our spirit Ual life. May god richly bless each one who reads this statement. W. J. Mixon 118 Jefferson Avenue Forest Park Georgia your body is a perfect creation of a perfect creator. It has All the parts pieces and ingredients necessary for health if it All works As it was created. The control of the human body is the brain and nervous system. Drugs interfere with the nervous system. Chiropractic adjustments re store life to the nervous system. Young chiropractic clinic 505 w. . Florence s. In cooperation with the life foundation free spine a rays to All who want to investigate chiropractic health care to am who want to investigate chiropractic health care

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