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in Freeman, Newsman, Dies at 67 THE STATE--Columbia, S. Wednesday, August 11, 1965 S. C. Deaths, Funerals NORTH-Funeral services for Mrs. Maggie Porter McCollum, 77, wife of W.

R. McCollum, who died Monday at her home, will be at 4 p.m. Wednesday at North Baptist Church with burial in Riverside Cemetery. Mrs. McCollum was born in Orangeburg County, daughter of the late Charles F.

and Matilda Porter, and had lived in North for the past five years. Surviving are her husband; ton and Mrs. Jack Davis two daughters, Mrs. H. B.

angeburg; a son, Govie Lee Davis of North; three stepdaughters, Mrs. Florrie Williams of Florida, Mrs. Rosena Hughes of Orangeburg and Mrs. Minnie Caraniello of Charleston; five stepsons, Robert and Marion of Columbia, J. D.

of North Carolina, Philip of Cordova and Albert McCollum of Orangeburg, and a brother, Irven Porter of West Columbia. J. M. Campbell Sr. his McCollum Rites Julian M.

Campbell 93, retired farmer and merchant, died Tuesday morning at Columbia Hospital. Mr. Campbell was born in Congaree, son of the late Tyson and Joanna Young Campbell. He was a member of Lebanon Methodist Church. Surviving are four daughters, Mrs.

Lydia Ellisor of West Columbia, and Mrs. Charlotte Norwood, Mrs. Anne Roseberry and Miss Hallie Campbell of Columbia, and a M. Campbell Jr. of West Columbia.

Friends may call at the residence of Mrs. Charlotte Norwood, 2501 McFadden and Dunbar Funeral Home, Gervais Street Chapel. Brown Services Funeral services for Mrs. Martha Smith Brown, 73, will be held at 4:30 p.m. Wednesday in Whaley Street Methodist Church, conducted by the Rev.

Victor M. Ross and the Rev. Clyde E. Bedenbaugh with interment in Greenlawn Memorial Park. She died at her home, 1121 Olympia Monday.

Active pallbearers will be W. E. Thomas, Vernon Abbott, Luther Norton, Evans Brown, Kenneth Brown and Marshall Kirkland. Friends may call at the residence and Dunbar Funeral Home, Gervais Street Chapel. Donnie T.

Floyd LAKE CIY Donnie T. Floyd, 75 retired merchant and farmer of the Terrells community near Lake City, died at his home Monday. Funeral services will be at 4:30 p.m. Wednesday at Floyd Chapel Pentecostal Holiness Church. Mr.

Floyd was born in Williamsburg County, son the late Mr. Mrs. Soloman Floyd and was the husband of Mrs. Geneva Conyers Floyd. Surviving are his widow, four sons Perlon, Doris, and Herman Floyd of Lake City and Dock Floyd, and two daughters, Mrs.

Wilma Parker and Mrs. Vera Hodge of Sumter. Will B. McGee GREENWOOD Will Ben McGee, 59, of Ninety Six, died Tuesday in Ninety Six. He was born in Saluda County, son of the late John Wesley McGee and Mrs.

Onie Lee Taylor McGee. Surviving are his wife, Mrs. Sarah Cannon Dodgen McGee of the home; two daughters, Mrs. Elsie Brooks and Mrs. Louise Dodgen, Greenwood; two stepsons, James Henry and Joseph Alton Dodgen, wood; four sisters, Mrs.

Mamie Walker, Mrs. Irene Bowie and Mrs. Tharpe of Greenwood and Mrs. Lula Mae Stoney, Saluda, and two brothers, Cleve, Greenwood, Gaines McGee, Lincolnton, Ga. Funeral services will be at p.m.

Thursday at Bold Springs Baptist Church with burial in Edgewood Cemetery. Mrs. McFaddin GABLE Mrs. Edna Martha Rose McFaddin, 81,, of widow of Leon B. McFaddin, died Monday at Clarendon Memorial Hospital in Manning.

Born in Sardinia, she was the daughter of the late W. T. and Kate Olete Rose. Surviving are, two sons, Ansel Rose McFaddin of Manning and John J. McFaddin of Sumter; a sister, Mrs.

J. D. McFaddin of Sardinia; a brother, Ollen E. Rose of Sardinia, and three grandchildren, Mrs. Ollen Rose Jr.

and Ansel Rose McFaddin Jr. of Manning and Dr. David A. McFaddin of St. Louis, Mo.

Funeral services will be at 5 p.m. Wednesday at Sardinia Presbyterian Church with interment in Gable Cemetery. The body is at Shelley-Brunson Funeral Home. Ernest G. Raines BLYTHEWOOD Ernest Gibbes Raines, 76, of Rt.

1, Blythewood, died at Veterans Hospital early Tuesday morning after an extended illness. Mr. Raines was born at Blythewood a son of the late John Airman, Killed As Car Burns SUMTER-A 19-year-old Shaw Air Force Base airman was when killed his near here early overturned Tuesday sports car and caught fire. Airman 2. c.

Thomas G. Loeffler of Sumter died in the wreckage and flames about 6:15 a.m. while he was on his way to duty at the air base some six miles away. The accident occurred about five miles from Sumter. Highway Patrolman J.

H. Strickland said a lack of skidmarks at the Highway 76 scene led him to believe Loeffler went to sleep at the wheel. The airman's car left the left side of the highway, bounced out of a culvert and turned upside down, bursting into flames. An earlier report that a seo ond person in the small car was seen running into a field with his clothes on fire was scotched by officers. They said Loeffler was alone.

Boy Killed By High Voltage LEESVILLE David Rowe 15-year-old son of Mrs. Eunice Rowe, was electrocuted accidentally at 12:45 p.m. Tuesday at his home. Lexington County Coroner Carroll Day said young Rowe was climbing a light pole at his home and apparently touched a high voltage wire, knocking him off the pole. His brother saw the accident, and Coroner Day ruled the death accidental electric shock, saying no inquest would be held.

Surviving are his mother; two brothers, Clifford and Grady Rowe of Leesville; four sisters, Mrs. Annelle Davis of Ward, Mrs. Lottie Mae Rowe of Leesville and Misses Catherine and Patsy Rowe of home, and maternal grandmother, Mrs. lattlena, Goff services of Leesville. will be at 3:30 p.m.

Thursday at Amick Grove Pentecostal Holiness Church with interment in the church cemetery. The body is at Attaway and Sons Funeral Home. Mrs. Turberville CONWAY-Mrs. Susan Vereen Woodward Turberville, 99, wife of the late David Edward Turberville of the Nixonville section of Horry County, died Tuesday in a Columbia hospital.

Funeral arrangements will be announced by Goldfinch Funeral Home. Mrs. Turberville was born in the Nixonville section, daughter of the late Ben. B. Vereen.

Surviving her first marriage is a son, Archie Woodward of Virginia. Surviving the second marriage to the late Mr. Turberville is one son, Ed Turberville of New also one brother, Joe Vereen of Conway, and one sister, Mrs. Mary Parker of Rockingham, N. C.

Hooks Services Funeral services for Robert L. Hooks age 4, will be held at 4 p.m. today at Woodfield Park Baptist Church conducted the Rev. Horace B. Youngblood and the Rev.

George E. Turbeville. Interment will be in Crescent Hill Memorial Park. He died Monday morning at Columbia Hospital after a short illness. He was the son of Robert L.

Hooks Sr. and Jo Ann Brock Hooks of Columbia. Surviving are his parents; maternal grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Joe T.

Brock of Columbia, and paternal grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Cleveland Coats of Mullins. Active pallbearers will be Kenneth Branham, Lynwood Brock, Reid Clonts, Larry Jordan, Kem Joyner and Gregg Friends may call at the residence of the maternal grandparents, 3426 Maybank, and Paschal Funeral Home. Samuel S.

Davis WARRENVILLE Samuel Spence Davis, husband of Mrs. Salley Scott Davis of Warrenville died Monday afternoon in North Augusta while driving his pickup truck. Mr. Davis, had lived here for the past 45 years. He was a tive of Macon, son of the late Lourico Davis and Holly Lord Davis, and was a watchman.

Surviving are his wife, Mrs. Salley Scott Davis; one daughter, Mrs. Earle Satcher of Warrenville; two sons, Sanford L. Davis of Gloverville and Norman Davis of Warrenville; one sister, Mrs. Mildred Moyer of Vaucluse; one brother, A.

C. of Auguta; one stepbrother, C. C. Powers of Spring Lake, N. and two stepsisters, Mrs.

Oza Warren of Warrenville and Mrs. Inez Anderson of Aiken. Funeral services will be at Warrenville First Baptist Church at 5:30 p. m. Wednesday with interment in Graniteville Cemetery.

The body is at Poseys Funeral Home in Graniteville, and the family at the residence of his daughter, Mrs. Earle Satcher in Warrenville. Columbia Day-by-Day will report to the Industrial College of Forces in Washington. Capt. Greenbacker from the staff of the commander in chief, Fleet, where he served as operations and officer.

New Squadron Six Commander CHARLESTON Capt. John E. Greenbacker will assume command of the Charleston-based Destroyer Squadron Six from Capt. Robert L. Baughan Jr.

Wednesday aboard the guided missile frigate McDonough. COURSES will be held Aug. 16-20 from Public School 8:30 a.m. to 12:30 p.m. at offer high school Keenan Junior High school.

adults on Tuesday The workshop is designed nights be- primarily for elementary 14 at Columbia school teachers but is also open for junior and senior for the classes high school teachers. will open Aug. 30. The courses are designed for persons 19 years old and over who wish to earn credit for a high school diploma, receive refresher information, or attend for pleasure. Further information may be obtained by calling Columbia High School, AL 4-1274, or Booker T.

Washington High, AL 2-2210. Registration Baughan the Armed is coming Atlantic readiness ADULT The Columbia System will courses for and Thursday ginning Sept. High Schools. READING WORKSHOP A reading workshop for teachers has been scheduled by the Columbia Public School System. The workshop Charleston Harbor Study Nears Finish CHARLESTON (AP) Scientists and engineers of the U.

S. Public Health Service aim to complete a study of Charleston Harbor this year a full year ahead of the original schedule. "We intend to wind up all field work in December and have a full report out six months later," T. Allen Wastler, director of the study, said Tuesday. Wastler and a small team of experts arrived here in January of last year to launch the pollution study, in conjunction with an overall harbor study being conducted by U.

S. Army engineers. 'The Army engineers' principal task is to find a solution to the harbor's acute shoaling problem, blamed on sediment-bearing fresh water coarsing down the Cooper River from the Santee-Cooper lakes. The team is to determine the degree and types of pollution in harbor waters, and the effects of diverting or drastically reducing the fresh water flow. Originally the field work of the study was to have been completed in the fall of 1966 and the report issued in June of 1967.

Pressure from legislators and state waterfront and industrial interests have resulted in a Washington directive to speed up the harbor survey. Lt. Col. Robert E. Rich, trict Army engineer here, was handed a resolution from a special committee of Charleston businessmen and port representatives recently, urging study to be wound up by the end of the year.

"I expect to be able to announce a new target date within a few days," Col. Rich said Tuesday. 'Georgia Brown' Composer Dies NEWBURGH, N.Y. (HTNS) -Kenneth Casey was prototype of the child movie star. He spent his adolescence on the circuit, his young manhood as a musician and composer Georgia "Swing Low Sweet and ended up after heading his own big band as the Civil Defense director of this Hudson River town.

He died of a heart ailment Tuesday at Nearby Cornwall Hospital at 66. Casey was born in Brooklyn, N. and made it his base until his move to Orange Lake, outside Newburgh, in 1945. At Brooklyn's old Vitagraph Studio, he started playing child roles in 1907 opposite John Bunny, Maurice Costello and Norma Talmadge. From then on, he was in the musical side of show biz.

He married a Paul "7hiteman er Deronda "Donnie" Reynolds and started producing child stars and hit songs. Others of his songs are: "Old Oaken Bucket," "Ukulele Lou," "Wide Open Spaces," and, of course, "The Daughter of Sweet Georgia Brown." Finally, Casey wrote the "Eisenhower March for the 1953 presidential inaugural. Then he retired. Slot Machines Go Unclaimed FLORENCE (AP) Fourteen slot machines seized June 2 at the Veterans of Foreign Wars Club here went unclaimed Tuesday. A hearing had been scheduled in U.

S. District Court for anyone claiming the machines to show cause why they should not be destroyed by federal marshals. USC Names Stewart To Post NEW YORK (HTNS)- Jo- seph Freeman, 67, a leading radical figure of the 1920s and 1930s and a co- founder of the Communist Magazine New Masses, as well as a co founder of Partisan Review, died Monday night after a long illness. Freeman documented his shift from liberalism to communism in his best selling 1936 book "An American Testament" At first it was welcomed in the 'communist press, but soon its romantic note was detected, and Freeman's former friends denounced him and he was excommunicated from the party. He was, by that time, however, ready for self exile.

In 1939, Freeman said later, "all my connections with Left publications and groups of every kind were completely severed." Freeman's disillusionment with and defection from communism came later. In 1919 Freeman made first trip to Euroe. He worked poetry. Among his books were "Never call Retreat," "'Proletarian Literature of the United States," "The Long Pursuit," and, with Scott Nearing, "Dollar Diplomacy." on the Paris editions of the Chicago Tribune and the New York Herald Tribune, and wrote conventional poetry. He drifted back to the United States in 1921.

And joined the young intellectuals who were publishing Liberator and New Masses. In later years, Freeman worked as a public relations and continued to write books "nad Transplant Of Kidney Scheduled SPARTANBURG (AP) A kidney transplant from a suburban Arcadia man to his sister has been scheduled for Thursday at Medical College Hospital in Richmond. Mrs. Mazie Suttles Horton of Campobello is to be the recipient of the Kidney in an effort to insure her a longer life. She almost surely will die without a new kidney.

The donor is to be Charles Suttles of Bailey Street in Arcadia. Mrs. Horton, mother of two sons, had one kidney removed about 12 years ago and lived a normal life until few years ago when it was discovered her other kidney was infected. However, she continued to work on her job in a textile plant in Spartanburg, though knowing she required an operation. The family was told that a kidney donor would have to be a close blood relative.

Several were checked and family and physicians decided on Charles. Charles went to Richmond last month for intensive tests to determine whether he could meet rigourous standards for the transplant. He passed. Last week, Mrs. Horton was taken to Richmond by plane where she began a series of treatments to prepare her for the operation.

Physicians now feel she is physically able to undergo the operation. Her brother, Charles, went to Richmond Tuesday. F. M. Richbourg CAMDEN-Frank M.

Richbourg, 48, died Tuesday in Columbia Hospital of a heart attack. Mr. Richbourg was assistant principal at Camden Senior High School, and had lived in Camden for the past 18 years. Surviving are his widow, Mrs. Ima Thomas Richbourg; a son, Charles Hughes; a daughter, Margaret of the home; two brothers, Raymond, Columbia, and Carl, Camden, and two sisters, Mrs.

Carrie Huggins and Mrs. Lou Bradley of Camden. Funeral plans will be ed by Kornegay Funeral Home. Miss Annie Doty WINNSBORO Miss Annie Steele Doty of Winnsboro died at her home Tuesday. late She was the daughter Doty of the Mary Barkley and the late William Royston Doty, and was a retired social worker.

Surviving are three sisters, Miss Sue Doty, Miss Alice B. Doty and Miss Elizabeth Doty of Winnsboro. Funeral services will be at a.m. Wednesday at First Baptist Church with interment in Presbyterian Cemetery. 6Aa a a atta Funeral Announcements MRS.

BROWN: Funeral service for Mrs. Martha Smith Brown, widow of Mr. Joe E. Brown, will be held from Whaley Street Methodist Church this (Wednesday) afternoon at 4:30 o'clock. interment in Greenlawn Memorial Park.

Duubar Funeral Home W. Raines and Laura, Hood Raines. He was a retired farmer, member of Sandy Level Baptist Church and a veteran of World War I. Surviving are his widow, Mrs. Evelyn Neely Raines of Blythewood; daughters, Mrs.

Laura Marthers, Mrs. Ollie Steadman and Mrs. Bertha Younginer of Columbia and Mrs. Portia Loner of Blythewood; three sons, Clarence, Furman and Joe Raines of Blythewood; one sister, Mrs. Lelia Abell of Bylthewood, and one brother, George Raines of Blythewood.

Funeral services will be at 4 p.m. Wednesday at Sandy Level Baptist Church, conducted by the Rev. Claude Turner and the Rev. John H. Dowling.

Interment will be in the churchyard. Active pallbearers will be George Raines, Henry Muse, Melvin Abell, Albert Abell, John W. Raines and Hubert Johnson. Friends may call at Talbert Funeral Home and the residence, Rt. 1, Blythewood.

Arthur Lynch COWARD Arthur James Lynch, 9-year-old son of James (Pete) and Irene Pate Lynch of Coward, died Tuesday in McLeod Infirmary, Florence following a few hours illness. Funeral services will be in Matthews Cemetery at 4 p.m. Wednesday. Surviving are the parents, and maternal grandmother, Mrs. Elsie Mae Pate of Olanta.

Winston I. Cason GREAT FALLS Winston Irving Cason, 45, husband of the former Theda Robins of Great Falls, died at Asheville Hospital Monday. Native of Garyville, he was a son of Mr. and Mrs. W.R.

Cason, and was formerly with Smoky Mountain Trailways and B.F. Goodrich Company in Asheville, assistant manager of Biltmore Forest until October, 1962, when he became manager the country club, Morristown, serving until one month ago, returning because of illness. Funeral services will be at 2 p.m. Wednesday at St. Paul's Methodist Church Asheville, with burial in Lewis Memorial Park there.

The family requiests that any Memorials 'be made to the Heart Fund. Surviving are his parents, wife; one son, Irving of the home, a brother, W.R. Cason New Orleans. James D. Tompkins MYRTLE BEACH James Dewey Tompkins, 60, died Monday at Ocean View Memorial Hospital.

Mr. Tompkins was born in Horry County, but had lived most of his life in Christi, Texas. He was a son of the late J.T. and Susan Tempest Gore Tompkins. He moved to Myrtle Beach a year ago with his sister and brotherin-law, Mr.

and Mrs. G.B. Cartrette. Funeral services will be at 4 p.m. Friday in Corpus Christi, with burial in Robstown Cemetery.

Surviving are one brother, Thurman Tompkins of Corpus Christi, and one sister, Mrs. G.B. (Buck) Cartrette of Myrtle Beach. Miss Adeline Ehrich PAWLEYS ISLAND Miss Adeline (Linie) Seigman Ehrich, 81, of Pawley's Island died at Georgetown County Memorial Hospital Tuesday. Funeral services will be at 3:30 p.m.

Wednesday at Mayer Funeral Home with burial in the Jewish cemetery. Miss Ehrich, daughter of the late Louis Seigman Ehrich and the late Mrs. Cornelia C. Sampson Ehrich, was born in Georgetown, and spent a number of years in New York City, returning to Georgetown and Island in 1949. Surviving are two brothers, Dr.

William S. Ehrich of ing, N.Y., and Arthur S. Ehrich of Pawleys Island, whom she lived; and a sister, Miss Rose Ehrich, also of Pawleys Island. Mrs. 0.

J. Knight SUMTER-Mrs. Gladys Jackson Knight, 70, died Tuesday at Tuomey Hospital. Born in Sumter County, she was the daughter of the late John M. and Henrietta Barkley Jackson.

Surviving are her husband, Oscar J. Knight, a daughter, Mrs. R. C. Alderman of Little Rock; a brother, Bristow Jackson of Sumter, and a sister, Mrs.

Pauline Swinson of Conway. Another daughter, Mrs. Carl Weiler, of Phoenix, died June 18. Funeral services will be at 3 p.m. Wednesday at ShelleyBrunson Funeral Home, with interment in Evergreen Memorial Park.

Mrs. Lou Evans MANNING Mrs. Lou Cornelia Evans, 80, of Manning, widow of Warren Evans, died Monday at Clarendon Memorial Hospital. Born in Clarendon County, she was a daughter of the late W. Hammond and Laura Evans.

Surviving are two daughters, Mrs. Cora Driggers of Kingstree and Mrs. Cathernie Huggins of Greeleyville; three sons, Osteen of Manning, Jack of Sumter and Jacob Evans of Greeleyville; two brothers, William of Lynchburg and Purdy Evans of Sumter, and two sisters, Miss Janie Evans and Miss Bell Evans of Sumter. Graveside services will be at 2:30 p.m. Wednesday in Brewington Cemetery.

The body is at Shelley-Brunson Funeral Home. Arthur Z. Wilson Arthur Z. Wilson, 70, of 3620 Delree West Columbia, died at 8 p.m. Tuesday at Columbia Hospital after an illness of a week.

He had lived in Columbia and West Columbia all his life and was a retired construction engineer and a member of the Church of Christ on Augusta Road, West Columbia. Surviving are his widow, Mrs. Pinkoner H. Wilson; two daughters, Mrs. George L.

(Lillie) Sheppard of West Columbia and Mrs. P. G. (Veronica) Matthews of Columbia, and a sister, Mrs. Molsie Dennis.

Funeral plans are incomplete. The body is at Thompson Funeral Home. Kaminer Rites LEXINGTON Funeral services for Jacob (Jake) Ellisor Kaminer, 76, will be conductat 4:30 p.m. Wednesday at St. Stephens Lutheran Church by the Rev.

Donald R. Poole. Interment will be in the church cemetery. Mr. Kaminer of Rt.

2, Lexington, died Monday night in a local nursing home after a period of declining health. Active pallbearers will be K. D. Warner, C. P.

Shealy Eugene Kaminer, Clayton Rawl, Edwin Carter and Deonne Amick. Friends may call at Harman Funeral Home. Lawrence W. Small NICHOLS Lawrence Woodrow Small, 52, died Tuesday at his home. He was the son of MacDougan Small and Clarkie McDaniel Small.

Surviving are his wife, Mrs. Eva A. Small; two sons, Dean of Nichols, and Keith Small of Mullins; four daughters, Billy Joe Capps of Mullins, Mrs. Chad Allen of Pinewood, Mrs. Wilbur Stephens, Murrells Inlet, and Mrs.

Jimmy Causey, Marion; two brothers, Alex of Tabor City, N. and Gary Small of Tampa, and four sisters, Mrs. Ludie Proctor of Sarasota, Mrs. Quincy Strickland, Nichols, Mrs. Dozier Graham of Loris, and Mrs.

Vannie McCrackin of Columbia. Funeral services will be at 3:30 p. m. Wednesday at Meares Funeral Chapel with interment in State Place Cemetery. Mrs.

Meta Outlaw HARTSVILLE Mrs. Meta Outlaw died in a Bennettsville nursing home Tuesday. Funeral services will be at 3 p. R. Wednesday at Brown Pennington Funeral Home, with burial in Prospect Methodist Church Cemetery.

Mrs. Outlaw was born and reared in Darlington County, daughter of the late Mose and Lizzie Watford. Surviving are a son, Boyd Outlaw, McColl; a foster son, Howard Sullivan, three sisters, Mrs. Hall, Hartsville, Mrs. Walter Hall, Kannapolis, N.

and Mrs. Richard Yarbrough, Florence, and five brothers, Bob and of Hartsville, Tillman of Darlington, Roy of Chesterfield and Will Watford of Timmonsville. Mrs. Sarah Wilson ROCK HILL Mrs. Sarah Hammond Wilson, 82, of Rock Hill, died Tuesday in a local nursing home.

Funeral services will be at 11 a. m. Thursday at Harris Funeral Home in Abbeville, with interment Abbeville Cemetery. Mrs. Wilson was born and reared in Abbeville, daughter of the late Joseph S.

and Katherine Scott Hammond. She lived all her life in Abbeville, except for the past six years with Mrs. Reese Massey Sr. in Rock Hill. She was married to Albert A.

Wilson of Abbeville, who died six years ago. Surviving are one sister, Mrs. George S. Smith of Orangeburg, and a number of nieces and nephews. Mrs.

Faulkenberry CHESTERFIELD Mrs. Lela Faulkenberry, 77, of Chesterfield, died Monday at a Florence hospital. Funeral services will be at 3 p. m. Wednesday at Douglas Mill Chapel.

Surviving are two daughters, Mrs. Sarah Purvis of Kannapolis, N. and Mrs. Bessie Peterman of Ft, Lauderdale, and two sons, Walter of Kershaw and Hunter Faulkenberry of Chesterfield. Carl L.

Busbee of Conway, governor of District 777 of Rotary International will speak at the weekly meeting of the Columbia Rotary Club at 1:15 p.m., Aug. 16. ROTARY MEETING MUSIC CLASSES Miss Margaret B. Williams is accepting registrations for her fall classes in piano and organ. She will teach at 2227 Kingswood Dr.

in the Rosewood section. SCIENCE MEETING Dr. Larry T. Wimer and Dr. Wallace Dawson of the Department of Biology at the University of South Carolina will attend the annual meeting of the American Institute of Biological Science Aug.

15- 22 at the University of Illinois. Dr. Wimer will present a paper at the meeting. O.E.S. Meeting The Fair-Rich Chapter No.

262 of the Order of the Eastern Star will meet at 8 p.m. Friday at the Masonic Hall in Blythewood. MOVES PRACTICE Dr. I. Jenkins Mikell, an eye, ear, nose and throat specialist, is moving his practice from 1400 Gervais Street to 701 Santee Ave.

in Five Points. Dr. Mikell is leaving a location where his father established a practice in 1915. Promotions G.H. Chakides and B.L.

Huguley, both of Columbia, members of the 412th Civil Affairs Group, have been promoted to the rank of major in the U.S. Army Reserve, according to Col. J.H. West, the 412th's commanding officer. In civilian life, Chakides is assistant personnel officer at Shaw Air Force Base and Huguley is supervisor of the Columbia branch office of Jefferson Standard Life Insurance Company.

TO BE HONORED The U.S. Forest Service office here will hold a reception Aug. 20 at 5:30 p.m. at the State-Record Recreation Park Z.F. Palmer and his family.

Palmer, wildlife assistant for the service in South Carolina, is transferring to the Ouachita National Forests in Hot Springs, Ark. Santee-Cooper Plant Receives Service Award MONCKS CORNER-The U. S. Weather Bureau has presented a 10-year service award to the Plant Santee-Cooper Pinopolis Hydroelectric near Santee River Spillway. The certificate is for the hoisting of storm display flags on Lake Marion and Lake Moultrie when notified by the Charleston Weather Bureau of high winds and rough waters on the popular reservoirs.

Santee-Cooper also reports temperature and rainfall from the two points. Investigation Of Dillon Tax Office Sought Gov. Robert E. McNair's office Tuesday referred to Comptroller E. (Dusty) Rhodes a letter from Sen.

Roger W. Scott calling for an investigation of the Dillon County delinquent tax collector's office. Scott charged Tax Collector Harvey Bethea has written off delinquent taxes without the authority of the Tax Board of uilization and Appeals. Scott said if the investigation were to show "sufficient reason," from Bethea office should until be further removed investigation can be made. USC Gets $16,800 In Science Grants The University of South Carolina has received grants totaling $16,800 from National Science Foundation for Undergraduate Research Participation grams in chemistry and logy.

Directors of the programs at the university are Dr. Peyton C. Teague in chemistry and Dr. I Donald J. Colquhoun in geology.

Dr. Robert L. Stewart, a SOciologist who earned the doctor of philosophy, degree at State of Iowa, is the the Department of Anthropology, and of South Sociology Caro- at lina. He succeeds Dr. Harry Turney-High, head of the department for 19 years, who has stepped down from administrative duties but who will remain a porfessor in the department.

Dr. Stewart has taught and participated in research at Central Michigan and Michigan State University in addition to the State University of Iowa. He is author of "Empathy as Process in the Dating Situation" which appeared in American Sociological Review and "Four Correlates of Empathy in the Dating Situation" in Sociology and Social Research, and is coauthor of "Is American Religiosity Real?" in The Humanist. A native of Pueblo, Dr. Stewart is a graduate of William Chrisman High School in Independence, and Graceland College, in addition to the State University of Iowa where he earned bachelor's, master's and doctor's degrees.

Mrs. Stewart is the former Mavis Rogene Meredith of Iowa City, Iowa, and the Stewarts have three children. Dr. Turney-High, anthropologist and criminologist, taught at University of Wisconsin, University of South Dakota, dePauw University, Tulane University, Montana State University and Biarritz American University before he joined the University of South Carolina faculty as department head in 1946. UF Appoints Thornton Unit Leader Mayor Lester L.

Bates has announced that Secretary of State 0. Frank Thornton, will lead the Public Employes division of the United Fund Torch Drive this fall. The division, whose quota in the drive is $75,990 is comprised of employes in state, county and city offices and employes of schools and colleges. There will be 32 workers and eight section chairmen working to raise the funds providing health and welfare services in Lexington and Richland counties. Thornton has announced the following section chairmen and the sections they will head: G.C.

Robinett, city employes; C. Joe Taylor, Richland county employes; Henry Mills, Bernard O. Goette, R.D, Anderson and Silas N. Pearman, state employes; Dr. C.

E. Kitchens, schools; and Dr. Thomas F. Jones, colleges and universities. Grand Jury Action Asked In Orangeburg ORANGEBURG-An Orangeburg, County coroner's jury Monday, night recommended Lee Frazier be held for grand jury action in the Aug.

7 death of 28-year-old Leonard Williams. Williams drowned when the car in which he was riding jumped the highway on a curve and plunged into the Edisto River. The jury's verdict said Frazier was driving at a "careless and reckless rate of speed" on a secondary road prior to plunging into the river. Solicitor Julian Wolfe said bond would be set $2,500. In another inquest Monday night, a jury empaneled by coroner Joe A.

Dickey ruled the Aug. 2 auto death of Edward F. Caldwell near Whitaker School was an unavoidable accident. Witnesses said Caldwell, a child, ran in front of a truck driven by Clemmie Franklin Jr. Green Rites Funeral services for Mrs.

Henrietta Green, of 5301 Ridgeway will be conducted at 4 p.m. today at Manigault-Hurley Funeral Home Chapel. Burial will be in the family plot of Palmetto Cemetery. She was the daughter of the late Elijah and Matilda Douglas Dawkins, and was the widow of Hampton Green. She died Saturday at her residence.

Surviving are five daughters, Mrs. Rachel Hills, Mrs. Elizabeth Roof, Mrs. Dorothy White, Mrs. Catherine McCauly and Miss Virginia Green of Co lumbia; three sisters, Mrs.

Mary Morman, Columbia, Mrs. Julia Wilson, Newberry, and Mrs. Alice Caldwell, Washington, and three brothers, Odell, of Baltimore, Albert, of Wilmington, and Marion Dawkins of Augusta, Ga. Friends may call at Manigault Hurley Funeral Home. The family is at the residence..

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