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Florence Morning News (Newspaper) - September 24, 1973, Florence, South CarolinaSeptember Florence morning news mrs. Lawrimore Robert Lee Gainey or. Charles Cook Hemingway mrs. Hussie Eaddy Lawrimore. 69, of it. 2 Hemingway died in a Georgetown Hospital sunday after a Long illness. Funeral services will be con ducted monday at 3 . In pee Dee Baptist Church by the Rev. Terry Rodgers the Rev. Archie Brickie the Rev. Eugene ten nes and the Rev. Kendall Hastings. Burial will be in the Church cemetery directed by Morris funeral Home. Mrs. Lawrimore was born in the Vox Community of Florence county a daughter of the late Chalmers and Mozella Hanna Eaddy. She was a member of pee Dee Baptist Church and the order of the Eastern Star. She had lived in upper Georgetown county for 48 years. Surviving Are her husband Simon b. Lawrimore of Hemingway four sons Carlton Lawrimore of Bis Lionville. J. B. Buster Lawrimore of barn Well Chalmers p. Lawrimore of Georgetown and Donald c. Lawrimore of Hemingway a brother Clark Eaddy of John Sonvill and 14 grandchildren. Effingham horse tops local show More than 160 horses were entered in the annual Florence All Breed horse show held at the Kastern Fairgrounds in Darlington Robert Gainey 59, of it. 1 Darlington died sunday in a Florence Hospital after a Short illness. Funeral services will be con ducted tuesday at 5 . In Kistler funeral Home by the Rev. E. Alston Wilkes Iii. Burial will be in Darlington memory gardens. Or. Gainey was born in Darlington county a son of the late will and Amanda Edwards Gainey. He was a Farmer until his retirement in 1966 and was a member of Faith Baptist Church. Surviving Are his wife. Mrs. Margaret Parnell Gainey of Darlington two daughters mrs. Frances g. Witherspoon of Columbia Tenn. And mrs. Hope g. Carter of Mullins three sons c. Ellis Gainey of Harl Seville Miles a. Gainey of Columbia Tenn. And Robert l. Gainey or of Darlington a Foster brother James m. Moody of Darlington a sister. Mrs. Edith g. Cook of Darling ton and seven grandchildren. Wilmington n. C. Or. Charles Cook 39. Of Hartsville. Died saturday As a result of an apparent heart attack while vacationing in Wrightsville Beach. . Or. Cook was a College professor at Coker College in Hartsville. S. C. Services will be held on the Campus at a time to be announced. Surviving Are his wife mrs. Shane Bellis Cook of Hartsville his Mother mrs. P. D. Cook of Day morning. Iowa a son. Ronald Cook of Hartsville a sister mrs. C. J. Pomero of Shaw air Force base a brother. George w. Cook of Scot Dale the family requests that donations be sent to charities of the donors Choice. Addie Jackson Lewis Mullins Addie Jackson Lewis 82. Died saturday after noon in a Mullins Hospital after a Long illness. Funeral services will be Al 5 . Monday at the Cox Collins mrs. Katherine Stogner funeral Home with the Rev. Lewis e. Mccormack saturday Carolina Florence. Officials said approximately 300 spectators were present Al the 40-class show sponsored by the Mecca chapter of the order of the Eastern Star. The Overall High Point performance horse was Bimbo s Penny us. Owned by Rainbow training stables in Effingham and shown by Jack Belew. The Reserve High Point Winner was Zan Tanon Gold boy. Owned by r p Appaloosa ranch in Summerville by Ben Bunting. The High Point game horse was Henno Domos. Owned and shown by Jim Easterling of Hartsville. The Reserve High Point game horse was Candy owned and shown by Rodney Fontaine of Gresham. The 50-class Appaloosa stale horse show is scheduled for saturday beginning at 10 . Sponsored by the South Carolina Appaloosa association. Sumter Man Dies in Road mishap North of Sumter Beaver dam wis. Mrs. Katherine Anne Stegner 87. Died Here sunday after a Short illness. Funeral services will be con ducted at wednesday in Murray funeral Home Chapel in Beaver dam. Wis. Surviving Are three1 sons Harold Stegner and Edward Stegner or. Both of Beaver dam wis. And Harvey l. Steg. Ner of Hartsville a Stepson. Leonard Stegner of Sumter three daughters mrs. Mildred Pasante of Al. Mo., mrs. Margaret Kelly of Madison. Wis. And mrs. Florence Shutte of Beaver dam wis. And one sister. C. L. Altman Gali vants ferry Clarence Levern Altman. 43. Died saturday in a Dillon Hospital of an apparent heart attack. Funeral services will be con ducted at 4 . Monday in Meares mortuary. Burial will follow in Magnolia cemetery. Or. Altman was born in Marion county a son of the late Allard James and Ollie Jones Altman. Surviving Are his Stepmother. Mrs. Ruth Altman of Jersey cily . Five Brothers. Ocltree Altman of Mullins. J. D. Altman and Odell Altman both of Jersey cily. . Harvey Altman of Galiva ferry and Allard Dale Altman of Westfield . Iwo half Brothers. Wallace All Man and Tony Allman both of Jersey City n. .1. A sister. Miss Christ Allman of Bennettsville and three half Sisters. Miss Ruth Ann Altman. Miss Clara Bell Allman and miss Judy Alt Man All of Jersey cite. N. J. Officiating. Burial will be in Aries Baptist Church cemetery. Mrs. Lewis was born in Marion county a daughter of the late Henry and Jane Jackson. She was a member of the first Baptist Church and was married to the late Joseph h. Lewis. Surviving Are three sons Olin h. Lewis of Lee Burgh fla., and Marvin Odell and Joseph Macroy Lewis both of Mullins 13 grandchildren and 40 great grandchildren. Albert defends Congress Washington api speaker Carl Albert defended Congress legislative record sunday and said president Nix on s criticism of it was Templ to obscure the administration s own failures. In a nationwide radio address responding to Nixon s latest Al Lack Albert said Congress has compiled an impressive record so far this year and will improve on it before adjourning the president does not have a monopoly on Wisdom or on a commitment to serve the nation s said Albert. Congress is doing and will continue to do its part in moving the legislative program for Albert s speech was the democrats reply to a second Szalc of the Union message by Nixon sept. 10. Nixon preceded Sumter Ronald l. Hickson. 23. Of re. 8. Slimmer was killed sunday when his car left . 521 about two Miles North of Sumter and hit a Telephone pole. Funeral services will be con ducted Al 4 . Monday in Shelley Branson funeral Home by the Rev. Wesley Millard. Burial will be in Lynchburg cemetery. Or. Hickson was born in sum Ler. A son of Edward and Pearl Logan Hickson. He was a Mem Ber of Sumter Bible Church and was a Vietnam Veteran. Surviving Are his parents two is slurs. Mrs. Jackie Bradley and miss Sandra Hicks Fri both of Sumter iwo Brothers. Lawrence Lickson and Edward Lickson or. Both of Sumler his maternal grand Mother. Mrs. Carrie Logan of Sumter and his paternal grand parents. Or. And mrs. Will t. Hickson of Lynchburg. Delivery of his written message Walter Thomas Dority to Congress with a nationwide radio broadcast. Lamar funeral services for Walter Thomas Dorily an 18-month-old son of or. And mrs. James a. Dorily of re. 2 Lamar. Will be conducted tuesday at 3 . In killer funeral Home by the Rev. D. W. Chavis and the Rev. James Dowling. Burial will be Anderson county Walter died saturday As a result of an accidental gunshot wound sustained Al the residence. Surviving in addition to his parents Are a sister. Miss Donna Marie Dority of iwo Brothers. James a. Dority or and Ronald Dority both of i Amar the paternal grand parents or. And mrs. Ansel Dority of Darlington the maternal Grandfather Waller a. Register of and the maternal sle grandmother. Mrs. Louise Mcgee Register of Lamar. Wallace draws Praise in party Resolution Columbia api a segment of the american inde pendent party adopted a Reso Lution sunday praising Ala Bama gov. George Wallace for standing up for the three Day convention was called by members who said they were dissatisfied with the leadership of Thomas Jander son of Tennessee. They named William a Shearer 42, of Lemon Grove calif., As the new chairman and said there would be an Effort o gel the organization on he ballot in at least 38 Stales. A spokesman for the party said the group would continue to use he name american in dependent because this name is owned by Shearer who organized he party in 1967. There is nothing anyone can do to keep us from using this Trie Resolution honouring Wal lace said the Alabama governor had taken a Strong stand in be half of the Middle class americans who pay the taxes and do the work and whose responsibility it is o keep this great nation another Resolution was approved calling on Congress to Lake action to lift from the backs of the american people the burdens of foreign give away programs and that on stale and local Levels All tax is decided Only by a referendum of the in his message Nixon said Congress performance was Dis appointing particularly in re Gard to 50 measures proposed by the administration. Albert said 40 of the 50 prior Ity items were already in the legislative process when Nixon set up the message and that half of them have passed one or both houses of Congress. And the message itself. He said contained an embarrassing Lack of new initiatives it is Congress that has taken the Lead Albert said in Irving to Deal with the major problems facing the nation in the areas of the Economy health Energy and crime. Congress granted the presi Dent some of the most sweeping economic Powers a Congress can Confer upon a he said. Because the president was slow to act. The Cost of living is up 8 per cent compared with 3.4 per cent for All of 1972." the administration s shifts from control o decontrol to re control of prices have provided no Relief from inflation Albert said and Price increases Are now plaguing nearly every american family. Congress has helped by in creasing social Security Bene fits expanding farm production to eliminate shortages and guaranteeing children a hot nutritious meal Al he said. And in is Congress nol Nixon he said that is doing something effective about holding Down Federal spending. Congress has Cut president Nixon s budget requests by More than billion Over the past four he said. De Spile that the president s first four budgets added an incredible 597 billion to the National debt. That totals up to 20 per cent of the National debt a Curtil Ald in just four lady Jane Wellesley shown with Prince Charles in 1972 photo Prince dressed in uniform of colonel of Royal regiment of Wales reports on Prince Charles newspaper speculation London map a London newspaper said sunday thai Prince Charles is on the Brink of becoming engaged to a society Beauty. Buckingham Palace dismissed the report As pure newspaper speculation. The 24-year-old Prince heir to the Kritin throne was reported planning to marry Jane Wellesley. 22. Only daughter of the Duke and Duchess of Wellington. The news of the world a mass circulation weekly said that lady Lane blushed when asked if she was going to he the next Queen of England. Well see about said the Small dark haired woman. You must t jump the gun. It might All be Wishful but the Duchess of Wellington Lold reporters her daughter had been flabbergasted and very embarrassed by the newspaper report. She said lady Jane had spent the night with friends in Wiltshire after a dance Given by lord Suffolk. When 1 Learned of the newspaper report i her. Woke her the Duchess said. It is pure fabrication and she is terribly a spokesman at the Wellington country Home near London said sunday that lady Lane was away for the weekend. Prince Charles serving As a Junior officer in the Royal Navy was quoted recently As saying he would like to marry an English girl of position who would be Able to Cope with the demands of High office. The wellingtons As descendants of the British hero of Waterloo Are one of Britain s ton families. The news of the world said members of lady Wellesley s family discussed at a recent dinner party the possibility of an engager enl announcement soon Afulei the nov. 14 wedding of Charles Sisler. Princess Anne. Roin National service. . Dipl. Al Commerce i firm show High temporal for daytime Nal forecast rain and showers Are forecast monday for the Northern Plains. States upper Mississippi Valley Western great lakes and the Pacific North West. Warmer weather is expected in the Eastern part of he country while cooler weather is predicted in the West and Southwest. A pee Dee weather partly Cloudy and warm executions reported in Chile conducting a pogrom against the Scheschy graduate sin Many in the. Governing and expelled Florn Chile. They a ship has gone underground arrived in Miami aboard one of and they Are Strong. The first flights permitted to leave Santiago. The chilean capital. We personally saw Tho shooting of 400 to 500 prisoners in groups of 30 io40. At the National stadium Wiere we were being said Schesch. 31. He said the shootings were car ried out by the military and occurred in the stadium. Mrs. Schesch. 30. Said they also had seen and heard beat 12 killed in . Wrecks by the associated press at least 12 persons were killed in South Carolina traffic Ings administered to other pcs acc dents during he weekend owners Many of them foreigners. Three North Carolina Resi the chilean military Junta partly Cloudy and warm through tomorrow is the forecast for the pee Dee. Accor Ding to a National weather ser vice report last night. The High temperature today tomorrow will be around 90. And the Low temperature tonight will be around 70. The probability of precipitation is 20 per cent today and tonight. High pressure entered Over Western North Carolina covers most of the Southern United slates. A front is moving South Ward and May get As far As the Carol Mas. However it is very weak and is not expected to have much effect on our weather. Lor the Muf period ending . Yesterday. Temperatures Hugl esl a Normal High 3 Lores 65. Normal Mead 73, Normal mean n precipitation Yel Erda 0. This own Al Tola Lor Vear o3. Normal Lor 4.10 humidity 8 . 8. . 7, j . Sun Moon today sur Wile 7.08 Sunset Moonrise ., Moonset . Tides tides Laler than Myrlle Beach and Ocean drive gig loan Rigel add 45 Mirwis Worrells and Garden City add 35 Minifie Charl coslor. Add to is Pawlcyn la Aryl and 0 m Nires. Myrtle Ocean or inc . P

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