The Greenville News from Greenville, South Carolina on August 30, 1968 · Page 13
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The Greenville News from Greenville, South Carolina · Page 13

Greenville, South Carolina
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Friday, August 30, 1968
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FRIDAY. AUGUST 3 0 , 1 9 6 8 General's Appetite Im proves Former President Eisenhower's Condition Improves But Still Called Unstable S0?.15!0- Center said the 77-vear-old flLst anrf warnpH that ih Tfc a,,a -aa, r... ' WASHINGTON' fT-P7v-m er President Dwight D. Esen- U J 11- uuwcra conoiuoa improved inursaay cut still was too un- I stanje lor doctors to predict j whether he would reenvw tmm his seventh heart attack. A mid-morning bulletin issued by the Walter Reed Army Medi- cal Center said the 77-year-old jing and his salt . free diet was slowly being liberalized." NO CHANGE But thpfP. was nn rhonrra in his general condition from the late Wednesday remit vhinh 'removed bim from the critical list and warned that the "lone range outlook is still guarded." The doctors said Eisenhower 'fed another comfortable night" in bis 4th floor suite in the center's main hospital and added: For Former Football Star Holiday Inns Approve Franchise At Clemson CLEMSON - William B. Walton, executive vice president of Holiday Inns of America has advised a group of Clemson investors, headed by former Tiger football star Winston A . "Streak" Lawton, that their request for a franchise at Clemson bad been approved. Col. Marvin C. Ellison, local realtor with Frank Anderson Dr. Stokes Dies At 76 MOUNTVILLE Dr. Ruth Wyckliffe Stokes, 76, retired head of the mathematics department at Winthrop College, died Tuesday in a Clinton hospital Funeral services will be con-. ducted Friday at 4 p. m. at Gray Funeral Home, Clinton, Dy tne Kev. David A. Staley. Burial will be in Mountville Cemetery. She was a native of Croon. ville County, daughter of the rate ur.' William Henry and Prances Emily Fuller Stokes. She was graduated from Winthrop College where she taught for 15 years and was head of the mathematics department for 10 years. She held advanced degrees from Vanderbilt and Duke universities. Prior to her retirement, she was a visiting lecturer at the American. University, Beirut, Lebanon. She was a member of Mountville Presbyterian Church, DAR and National League of American Pen Women and was active in civic affairs. Surviving is a sister, Mrs. Sara S. Hunter of Laurens. Pallbearers will be Frank, William, Richard and Clarence Stokes, John Brewer, John Mul-lins Jr. and John Simmons. The body will remain at the funeral home. ' Realty Co., at Clemson, said that a standard Holdiav Inn including a 70 to 100-unit motel, restaurant, meeting rooms and a swimming pool, is manned tor Clemson. The Holiday bin will be con structed on land owned by the Calhoun Land Co., on the south srae ot u. s. 123 at Hartwell Reservoir. The JnraHrm is an. proximately one mile below the intersection of S. C. 133 and u. 5. 123 to beneca. A dOCk On the lata will malra the motel facilities availahU in those who are boating and skiing on nairweiuaxe. Ellison Said that ttlA tfAmcnn Holidav Inn Will be similar tn the more than 1,000 Holiday Inns now m service. The 1,000th unit was recently comoleted ti erv the crowds attending the Hemisfair at San Antonio, Tex as. It is anticmated that th Clemson Inn will be comnleteH oy tne tourist season of 1969. Georgia Man Dies In Truck Wreck CORNELIA. Ga. (UPD Wav mon B. Lewallen, 40, of Route 1. Alton, was killed Thursday when the truck in which he was riding overturned. The driver of the truck. Hen ry Crumblev. of Cornelia, suf fered broken legs and was ad mitted to Habersham County hospital. Highway oatrolmen said the accident happened apparently wnen uumDiy swerved to avoid hitting chicken crates that had fallen from another truck. The truck overturned and Crumbley was pinnea in tne wreckage The site of the 1967 World Championship Judo matches was Salt Lake City, Utah. The decreased evidence ef cardiac irritability noted in ves. iterday's bulletin, persists." Tne doctors nave declined to say whether they thought Eisen hower might recover sufficiently to gradually return to normal activity. 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