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Florence Morning News (Newspaper) - September 28, 1973, Florence, South Carolina2-a september news miss Kathy Kelly Latta miss Kathy Marie Kelly daughter of the Rev. And mrs. Burch Kelly wednesday in a Charleston after a Long illness. Funeral services will be con at 5 . Friday at Latta Church of god by the Rev. Culpepper the Rev. . And the Rev. . Lambert. Burial will be in Grove Hill cemetery in directed by cot Gingham funeral Home. Born in Darlington she was a daughter of he Rev. Burch h. And Emily Langley Kelly. She attended Latti Marc Junior High in Latta and was an eighth Grade student. She was a member of the Laita Church of god. Surviving besides her parents Iare two Sisters. Miss Cynthia hence Kelly and miss Celeste Klaine Kelly both of the Home and three grandparents or. And mrs. Hoy Kelly or. Of Darlington and William Langley of Darlington. Mrs. Annie Mccoy mrs. Annie Warstall Mccoy 94, of 507 Franklin or. Died thursday afternoon in a Florence nursing Home after a Lone illness. She was the widow of the late t. L. Mccoy who died in 1960. Graveside services will be conducted at 1 . Saturday by the Rev. Carl l. Parker in Sharon memorial i Ark cemetery in Charlotte . Waters funeral Home is in charge of arrangements. Mrs. Mccoy was born in Mcadenville ., a daughter of the late John and mar Garet Warstall. She was a housewife and bad lived in Florence since 1960. Prior to. This she had lived in Charlotte. She was a member of the Church of god in Charlotte. Surviving Are a daughter mrs. T. H. Scarborough of Florence and a sister mrs. Fannie Edwards of Lincolnton . Three ton great grandchildren and a grandchild. Leroy w. Box Ley Dillon Leroy Wilson Huxley. 61, a Dairy Farmer of the Minturn Community died wednesday at his Home after a Short illness. F funeral services will be con ducted at 2 . Friday at Cottingham funeral Home by the Rev. William Deprater. Burial will he in Greenlawn cemetery. Born in Dillon county he was a son of the late William Monroe and Alice Coleman Baxley. He served As magistrate in Dillon county for several years and owned and operated Dillon county s Only remaining Dairy. He was a trustee and Deacon of Reedy Creek presbyterian Church. Surviving Are his wife. Mrs. Marguerite Ammons Baxley a son. Roy w. Baxley or. Of the Home three Brothers. Percy c. Baxley of Dillon Clarence s. Baxley and Willie Baxley or. Both of Hedwood City calif., and a sister. Mrs. Henry s. Pickerel of Vienna. A. Mrs. Mary Anderson mrs. Mary Harllee Anderson wife of Don c. Anderson. 902 w. Palmetto St., died wednesday night. Funeral services will be con ducted at first presbyterian Church at ii . Friday by or. We. G. Foster assisted by the Rev. Benson Cain. Burial will be in Hopewell cemetery near Florence. Pallbearers will be a. M. Quattlebaum or. Or. Thomas g. Quattlebaum. Harllee Paul g. Ford Frank Pearce and w. A. Bell. Mrs. Anderson was born in Darlington county a daughter of the late Harry Thomas and Mary Mccall Harllee of Darlington and Florence. She attended Darlington schools. Winthrop College in Rock Hill and Agnes Scott College in Decatur. A. She lived most of her life in Dallas. Tex. Where her husband was associated with the Dallas morning news. In Dallas she was a member of Highland Park presbyterian Church. She and her husband moved to Florence about six years ago. She was a member of first presbyterian Church of Florence. Surviving besides her husband Are a number of nephews including a. M. Quattlebaum of Florence c. P. Quattlebaum of Charlotte ., Hammond Harllee and Harry t. Harllee both of Florence it. I col. Ret Robert Lee Harllee of Titusville Pla and Arthur Harllee of Florence. Mrs. Daisy Myers Kingstree funeral ser vices for mrs. Daisy Wither spoon Myers will be conducted at 4 . Saturday at Elijah United methodist Church by the Rev. G. W. Keams. Burial will be in the Church cemetery directed by Dimery Rogers funeral Home. Mrs. Myers 64, died tuesday in Williamsburg county memorial Hospital after a Short illness. Born in Williamsburg county mrs. Myers was a daughter of the late James and Rachel Witherspoon. She was the widow of Dock Myers. Surviving Are a daughter mrs. Rachel Barr of Philadelphia a. A son Robert Myers of Andrews five Sisters mrs. France Wilson and mrs. Ruby Tisdal of Kingstree mrs. Eliza Scott of Charleston mrs Mallie Cooper of Nesmith and mrs. Rectina Mcclary of Greeleyville three Brothers Joe Witherspoon of Kingstree Willie Witherspoon of Philadelphia a. And Harrison Witherspoon of new York n. Y. And two grandchildren. Fred a. Jernigan mrs. Mary Orangeburg mrs. Mary Mouzon Brabham Wilkins widow of Archie c. Wilkins and formerly of King Stree died thursday at her Home after an apparent heart attack. Funeral services will be con ducted at 11 . Saturday at St. Pauls United methodist Church by the Rev. Or. Pierce Cook. Burial will be in memorial Park cemetery directed by Dukes Harley funeral Home. Born in Cope she was a daughter of the late or. Vance Wells and Mary Clifford Brabham. She was employed by the applied engineering com Pany for Many years. She was a member of St. Pauls United methodist Church where she taught Church school for several years. She was a 1934 graduate of Columbia College and a former member of the daughters of the american revolution. Surviving Are a brother. Or. V. Wells Brabham or. Of Orangeburg her Stepmother mrs. Vance w. Brabham of Orangeburg and several nieces and nephews. Health Council approves requests i receives award. Elree r. Price Canter of the Dixie youth Greenwood baseball league is shown receiving the Good citizenship award from Al Kunz left chairman of the awards of the Flor ence civitan club. Club president Ferrell pro str right observes. The presentation was made thursday night at a meeting of the club sponsor of the award. Staff photo by Sonny magistrate s court hears charges against physician Timmonsville Fred a. Jernigan 58, died wednesday in a Florence Hospital after a Long illness. Funeral services will be con ducted at . Friday at Sardis Baptist Church by the Rev. Thomas Terry. Burial will be in the Church cemetery directed by Layton Perry funeral Home. Pallbearers will be Luther Benton Ned Humphrey Milton Truluck Simon Carraway Dwight Yarborough and l. L. Smith or. Born in Florence county he was a son of the late Frank and Lizzie Anderson Jernigan. He was Veteran of world War ii and a member of the american legion. He a s a Mason and a Woodman. He was a member of the Sardis Baptist Church. Surviving Are his wife mrs Lattie Belle Kirby Jernigan a daughter mrs. Marvin Frankie Chin of Tuscaloosa Ala. A brother Ivey Frank Jer Nigan of Timmonsville and three grandchildren. Mrs. Ora Harper Marion mrs. Ora e. Har per 88, died wednesday at the Home of her daughter after a Long illness. Funeral services will be con ducted at 4. . Saturday at Spring Branch Southern methodist Church. Burial will be in the Church cemetery directed by Smith Brothers funeral Home. Born in Marlboro county she was a daughter of the late James Madison and Katherine Mcleod Harper. She was a member of Spring Branch Southern methodist Church the Spring Branch Grange and the Eastern Star. Surviving Are four daughters mrs. Howard g. Meta Rogers and mrs. Stafford Edna Rogers both of Mullins mrs. John Norman Haye Sanders. Lacy Evelyn Bruce both of Marion two sons. J. Lamar Harper and David c. Harper both of North Charleston two Brothers. Donald Harper of Largo Fla., and Rufus Harper of Statesville. . A mrs a. L. Rogers of Marion 26 grandchildren 31 great grand children and five great great grandchildren. Mrs. Mamie Nichols Aubrey Turner funeral services for Aubrey Turner will be conducted Friday at 4 . In Stoudenmire Chapel by the Rev. J. R. Aiken. Burial will be in my. Hope cemetery. Pallbearers will be Billy Finklea Lee Lane Leon Large Harris Turner Ken Turner and Steve Turner. Or. Turner 63, retired far Mer of it. 4, Florence died wednesday at his residence after a Short illness. Mrs. Marian Plass mrs. Marten Stewart Plass 64, of 606 Sandra Circle died wednesday evening after a Long illness. Funeral services will be con ducted at . Friday in the Waters funeral Home by the Rev. James Cockerham. Burial will be in Florence memorial gardens. Pallbearers will be Park Howie Earl weeks David. Baker Curtis Cox Bob Perry and James Kincher. Mrs. Plass was born in Pinola ., a daughter of the late Charles and Vera Stewart. She was a retired civil service postal Secretary and had lived most of her life in North Miami Beach Fla. She came to Florence in 1972 was a presbyterian a free Lance writer for the old Liberty Magazine and was a member of the women of the Moose no. 289 of Miami Fla. Surviving Are her husband a Ivin g. Plass of Florence and a brother Charles l. Stewart of California. Mrs. A Jackson Hartsville funeral services for mrs. Ila Tan Jackson will be conducted saturday at 4 . At Hartsville second Baptist Church by the Rev. Clinton Brantley and the Rev. Clifton Sellers. Burial will be in it. Calvary cemetery directed by Young and Young funeral Home. Mrs. Jackson 66, of 22 Washington St., died tuesday at the residence of mrs. Ruby cot ton after a Long illness. Other s. C. Deaths a preliminary hearing on drug charges brought against or. Kenneth g. Lawrence arid two other persons was recessed thursday evening after three hours of testimony in magistrate s court. The hearing will resume at 10 . Friday. Or. Lawrence represented by attorney Richard Dulsen Bury was absent for the thur. Day portion of the hearing. Dusenbury said his client waived the right to be present due to an out of town obligation. Or. Was charged sept. 19 with 22 counts of fraud deception and conspiracy to obtain controlled drugs. A husband and wife duo mrs. Elizabeth Mcknight Reed and Edward Reed were charged also in connection with the incident. Mrs. Reed faces 11 counts of conspiracy and two counts of fraud and deception to obtain amphetamine and her husband faces two counts of fraud and deception and two counts of conspiracy to obtain the drugs. Both represented by Darling ton attorney Kenneth Baker were present at the hearing. Following the arrests made after a extensive investigation by the state Bureau of narcotics and dangerous drugs the stale Law enforcement division sled and the Florence county narcotics division. Magistrate William e. Babe Mcleod set a Bond on or. Lawrence on mrs. Heed and on her husband. All three have been released from custody. Sen. Weicker May speak to Fig student body . Sen. Lowell Weicker a Conn. Member of the Senate watergate committee is tentatively scheduled to speak at Francis Marion College sometime during the current academic year. Or. Ted cart chairman of the fac lecture series said he wrote to Weicker requesting the appearance and Weicker has written in return that he will come to the local College this year. No Date has been set for the lecture Carl said. Cart said he and Weicker were friends when they attended school together at Lawrenceville . Weicker is one of the seven members of the Senate s select committee on the 1972presidential election. Prosecutor for the state 12th judicial circuit solicitor t. Kenneth Sun Merford. And the defense attorneys heard testimony from five witnesses thursday and a number Are expected to be heard Friday. Torch crisis grand rapids Mich a blame it on the Energy crisis that the United fund drive s Torch will Burn just 48 hours in grand rapids instead of full time this year. Michigan consolidated Gas co. And fund officials said be cause of the Energy shortage they Are limiting Torch burning to 24 hours after the million drive begins wednesday Andl will relight Trie flame nov. 9 for the drive s final 24 hours. Moshih give s forces Yoke Tom 28 the Pec Dee advisory coun cil for comprehensive health planning approved the requests of two Darlington hospitals for certificates of need to be presented to the South Carolina Board of health. Both Coleman Airmar Hospital and Wilson clinic asked for and were granted the letters for the purpose of expansion of existing facilities. Coleman Aimar requested the approval of a expansion that would include the addition of 25 Beds to the Hospital arid also include upgrading and adding of other facilities. Wilson which recently completed construction of new facilities is seeking permission to convert part of the old Hospital Structure into inter mediate care facilities that will include 40-44 Beds. Eugene Harris representing the Board of health noted that while the pee Dee District had a total bed number above figures determined by the Board most of the overage was found in the Florence area. Harris added that while the additions would increase the number of Beds Over slate figures the Beds were needed in the Darlington area. The Council approved both requests by unanimous voice Vole. Pee Dee regional planning and development Council coordinator of health care planning Reginald Scott also told the Council that Federal funds had been made available for the Council on a one year basis with additional funds coming from the state. Trouble Abilene. Tex. Api marriage and the military came into conflict in a Case Here involving a Man who said he d already lost one wife because of his air Force service and did t want to lose another. . Michael a. Kellar Testi fied at his court martial tues Day that he refused a temporary assignment to Guam because he could t stand to lose another wife to the air Kellar. A 10-year Veteran said his first wife divorced him shortly after he returned from a year in Vietnam. He said his present wife threatened divorce if he went to Guam and left her behind to face financial prob lems stemming from the first marriage. Kellar pleaded innocent to a charge of wilfully disobeying a Superior commissioned officer. He was found guilty reduced in rank by two docked a month i n pay for three months. Lamar funeral services for mrs. Mamie Nichols will be conducted at 3 . Saturday at Sandy Grove United methodist. Church by the Rev. Fulton Edwards. Burial will be in the Church cemetery directed by Mitchell Josey funeral Home of Darlington. Mrs. Nichols 96. Of 231 Darlington ave., died monday night at her Home after a Long illness. She was born in Lee county a daughter of the Mitchell and Jane Byrd Dixon Roderick. She was a Mem Crof Sandy Grove United methodist Church where she served on the stewardess Board. She was a member of the women s society of Christian service and a Church Mother. She was the widow of the late Daniel Nichols. Surviving Are four daughters mrs. Cora Burroughs of Hart Seville mrs. Mabel Mccollough and miss Eva Nichols both of new York City and mrs. Mae Ruth Kervin of Waterbury Conn. A brother Weston Roderick of Baltimore my. 32 grandchildren 69 great Gran children and five great great grandchildren. Mrs. Carrie Richardson Columbia. Rev. Leroy Garvin Fairfax. Ernest Williams Fairfax. Miss Kate Trayweek Chester. Mrs. Dell c. Stevenson Chester. Mrs. Amps s. Cook Elmer , Columbia. Mrs. Addle j. Bigger Hill. Mrs. Malcolm h. Morrison Mcclellanville. Rev. Felix l. Fox allem Lale. Miss Geneva a Eubanks no Ellenton. Arthur h. Derrick Gilbert mrs. William Kingsland Columbia. Mrs. Alice , Ruby. Mrs. Maria d. Johnson Columbia. Elza w. Forrest Columbia. Mrs. Margaret s. Smith Ridgeway. Charlie Ghent Lancaster. Mrs. Laura l. Smith spar Lanburg. Mrs. Leon a. Powers Colum Bia. Emma m. Boswell Greenwood. Harry l. Schumpert Green Wood Marvin Williams Monella. Mrs. Quitman roof South forecast the National weather service forecasts rain Over most of the Southeast and into the Southwest today As a cold front moves southward through the Region. Except for showers in the puget sound area most of the rest of the nation is expected to enjoy a Day free of precipitation. A the total the commission would receive would be in excess of with of the Money coming from Federal form 314-b funds. Scott noted thai the Council had asked for three year fun Ding but had to Settle for the one year allocation. The group also heard from four task Force committees set up to study the health care and emergency care facilities in the six county District. It was noted that there were shortages in virtually every facet of health care in the area with an additional need for the updating and upgrading of the emergency care and health care facilities. It was also reported thai environmental health care needs were in heed of improvement along the lines of general sanitation solid waste landfills and open dumps i and water and air pollution. Hotline 662-2575 hours 7 . Until 11 monday through thursday and from 4 . Friday until 7 . Monday two youths hospitalized from injuries two area youths were hospitalized thursday after noon in a Florence Hospital from injuries received i a Mol orc Cylc Pic Kilp truck collision. Investigating Highway Palm. Troy Knight said that Larry Tallue Miles of it. 1. Coward and miss Susan Darlene Filyaw of Scranton both is years old. We re injured when they apparently pulled into the path of a pickup truck headed East toward Coward. Palm. Knight said the Accident occurred around 4 . One mile West of Coward on secondary 1 Highway 488. Officials at Mcleod memorial Hospital said late thursday night the youths were hospitalized with multiple fractures and Are listed in serious condition in the intensive care unit. Palm. Knight identified the Driver of the pickup truck As George Deton Miles. Is of Coward. The Accident is still under investigation and no charges have been made the officer said. Pee Dee weather considerable cloudiness and warm with a Chance of showers or thundershowers is the forecast for the pee Dee today according to a National weather service report last night. The High temperatures today will be in the Low 80s with the lows tonight around 70. Probability of precipitation Issel per cent today and tonight. Tomorrow s Outlook Calls for about the same Type weather conditions. The pee Dee area is under the influence of a nearly stationary High pressure system off the Atlantic coast. The High is causing a southeasterly flow of warm moist air across the urea which is very conducive to cloudiness ana1 scattered and warm High showers. 1 Lew weather Hitti weather Inlo Malion Lor the 3 Low period ending 7 . High 3 Low Kigh esl 87 Normal Higl High Lowell 71 Normal Low 4 Low mean 71 Normal mean High 5 Low yesterday 6.00 this Rno nth bulletin total for year 41.37 Normal fid stage Hal Kcf free morph 33 37 03.3 30 37 05.3 m1.1 8a.m. 85 3p.m. 07 34 03.3 0.3 Sun Moon 14 16 03.4 to 1 Sunrise . Hurisel 13 3i 05.0 0 .10 won else . Moonset 24 33 River statement later Ihan Myrtle Beach Saluda Congaree. Wateree Ca Ocean drive George blown Light Sanlee Edisto pm Dee Black. 45 minutes Mursetis Virjel River basins in South City add 35 minutes Only a Tea Small arid 30 minutes Hawleys Island rainfall were reported during he 30 34 hours. Vyrlle Beach Ocean drive riven in those basins arc . I Liler bands and Ilelle change 11 thursday 1toh for the next 24 hours. September 37 Low level Friday nigh Clark Hill 330.0 reel exactly september it Low Pool. Saturday Hilti Hanwell toot a Sepko bar Lew nor Mil Pool. Sunday rir0n Greenwood 437.3 Aboul Scute bar 38 Leet below full funerals Are religious rites the final rite bios always been a religious service. Even if family we serve does not have Active Church affiliations at this time there is usually a denomination preference. It is important to everyone that is concerned to maintain the traditions and customs in Accord with the particular Faith. We serve All the religious faiths. A Call to Waters is a Call to a Friend. 0 National selected mortician Florence s leading funeral Home and Chapel 400 s. Dargan St. Florence s. C

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