Florence Morning News Newspaper Archives Aug 17 1973, Page 15

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Florence Morning News (Newspaper) - August 17, 1973, Florence, South CarolinaCoastal Carolina faces year with bigger role by Flom. Anderson morning news slate editor y the coastal Carolina to regional Campus of the University of South Carolina will use temporary classroom space this year As a temporary measure to handle new enrolment As the Center adds a Junior year of classes. Or. Edward Singleton resident director and Dean of the Collie said ifs dream come Siruc for thousands of Citize s Omta Rry county is moved toward Fous the Center gained authority to add a third year when the full time enrolment reached 74-1 and the us Board of trustees approved the move. A1uv1 act of the legislation gave the Board authority to approve addition of a third year when fee hit 700 in University centers. The act also gives authority for addition of a fourth year when the Mark is reached. Singleton said it is anticipated that the look Mark will he surpassed in the fall. The senior classes then probably would be added in 1974 fall semester. It was announced that temporary classrooms and offices will be located in the area of the Williams Brice building to meet immediate space needs. Meanwhile new facilities Are being finished on the Campus and plans Call for beginning of construction soon on a new classroom office building the Center is expected to have ready for use by next Spring. Several additional classrooms seminar rooms and offices will be included in the new building. The Center received a si.2 million appropriation in the 1d73-74 general appropriation. Act for Campus expansion and addition of Library books. An additional 80 new courses have been added to the curriculum. Singleton announced in arts and letters business administration and education. The University s Etc facilities also will make additional course offerings available. Or. Joseph Tighlman. Former president of Erskine College has joined the administrative staff As associate director a new Post. Singleton said the administration Lias been reorganized to handle the expanded role of Hie Center which expects to remain a Branch of the University after reaching four year status. Tive assistant directors Are part of the new administrative Structure. They include i. Middle development and special projects or. S. Ballon Skinner academic affairs John m. Graves business affairs and John Mcgann. Admissions and registration. An associate director for student affairs has not vet been named. Strand Ctina a delegation sets several sessions Toronto seven grand strand area representatives have set their sights on additional travel business from Quebec and Ontario during a six Day Canadian promotion tour that began wednesday and winds up tuesday the Lour includes conferences with key travel officials and news people in Montreal. Ottawa and Toronto. Participating in the Montreal and Ottawa phases of the Campaign Are greater Myrtle Beach chamber of Commerce president Peter w. Grice. Chamber vice president Lloyd Bell. Horry county develop ment. Planning and tourism Dpi. Director Harry lock Wood. Tourism committee chairman Fleming Jensen and chamber executive vice president Grad Brinkman. Myrtle Bench mayor Murk c. The grand strand s miss Sun Kim. Nikki sports of Georgetown will join us grand strand delegation for the Toron to phase of the promotion Lour Iov. John a West rear Chen Calives of the slate Parks. Recreation and tourism part commission and officials from other Southern slates will also participate in making Toronto contacts crier a native of Montreal said the potential is extremely Good t.0 substantially increase Dili grand Vai a inn business from the province of voting Laws views set Columbia i api the South Carolina special legislative committee on election Laws agreed thursday to pres Cal the legislature a handful of pro posed changes to ease voting and Appeal procedures. Among them arc onesto liar voter challenges after i voter signs the precinct list and is handed his ballot give the stale election commission judicial authority in hear appeals abolish rejection of a precinct s entire vote when there Are More Voles cast than voters registered. In the Case of More votes than voters. Proportionate reductions would to made. Also approved was a proposal for creation of an executive Council for political parties to acl in the absence of the parly s full executive Commilles. Tobacco prices slightly higher on s. C. Markets by ilk associate press Klue cured tobacco prices were slightly higher thursday on the South Carolina Border North Carolina Bell and held steady on the North Carolina Kastern Belt As auctions ended for another week. The Kedral Sale Market new service reported numer Ous grades gained is per Hun dred pounds on the South Caro Lina Border Belt to recover grounds lost wednesday few others declined slightly. Remaining averages continued in the ss7 to per Hundred Range. South Carolina markets Conway pounds Al Darlington 293.116 at Dillon 316.305 at s85.b6 Hemingway 282.671 at s87.-h Kingsl rce 297.592 at Lake City 1.ir6.h2 Al Lamar 292.w4 at Loris 2sh.9i6 at Mullins 1.157. 24 Al Pam lion 306.573 at s85.99 and Timmonsville 575.121 at total pounds at s86.20. Season local ho.240.242 Pou s85.-17. Pm Comby Terry Hill sen. L. Marion Gressette right views distracting plan House reapportionment committee comes up Wilh Multi county districts Mornick it loaning Xet Oft local state area Friday August four arrested in Beach Motel thefts Huachi. Api four men have been arrested in connection with a Intel rubbery in which in Cash and checks was stolen. Myrtle Beach detectives said about. 512.000 of the approximately in Cash Yas re covered. Arrested a an apartment Here wednesday were David Kugena flow. 23. Of Salisbury. . Hugh i Tennis Iii. Mount airy. N a. And John Ilc cracking. Purdue of Sci Ford. No. Was arrested in Sanford tin a warrant issued Bare. All arc charged with breaking my entering and grand Lar Ceny. The Yachtsman a twin lower Motel was robbed Early Mon Day. The night attendant said he left his desk briefly after receiving a false report Over the Motel intercom that an elevator was stuck. The Cash and checks were missing when he returned. Darlington briefs two suffer Burns Bykin Kahn our morning news correspondent Darlington two men were burned wednesday night in a Mucor Plant Accident. Company official Dolph Morrison said thursday the men were Tarmac age Thompson and Ronnie Sawyer both of Darlington county. He said the Accident occurred during the second working shift Al the steel Plant. He said me men were burned to a limited degree on their bodies and not seriously Burl. Morrison credited he Plant s safety gear with preventing More serious damages. Lie said the men were carried to the medical University of South Carolina Hospital to Charleston wednesday night. Criminal offences. S ii included 29 arrests for drunkenness and five arrests for driving under inc influence also five arrests were for illegal weapons and four arrests for persons having no Driver s licenses. There were 10 charges made last Ninny a of persons with liquor and Beer Law violations Anil in arrests were nude Fin disorderly conduct. A rests Darlington the Darlington county sheriff s department says during july there were 97 arrests made for red Cross Dah Lincton during the Darlington lied Cross chapter served military families a chapter report says. The blood quota was till Al pints and 703 pints were donated during the Quarter. During the Carolinas snowstorm in february was used serving meals to 123 persons at lire Darlington National guard armure. Tobacco prices investigation sought . Api Kip. Charles g. Rose u x.c., says he plans o Call for a congressional investigation of charges that tobacco Farmers Are being paid prearranged Loiver than expected prices for their flue cured Leaf by tobacco companies. Rose from faycllcvilli1, said in an interview thursday that he has toured the South Caro Lina Border North Carolina Belt Markels and found sufficient evidence to warrant my con ducting an investigation. I m going of ask the chair Man of he House agriculture committee to allow me to hold a hearing in the fall o deter mine just what inc situation Rose stated. He said he will ask two uglier congressmen who Are members of inc tobacco subcommittee As lie is of join him in con ducting the hearing in Ixorah Carolina s Toh congressional District. Rose said thai while he Hus found no direct evidence of col Lusion among companies he has had enough recurring com plaints from Farmers to justify a Profic. Referring to the tobacco com panics Rose said they screamed and collared that they needed More tobacco. Last year hey encouraged the Secretary agriculture o in crease Alholm cols by 10 per cent. Polick training Darlington Darlington chief of police . Dudley slates ibis week thai .1 officers will go to Columbia in october fora raining course. They Are investigator Koy Williams or. Policemen Johnny Mckay and Billy Barnes they will he in the course for three Davs. Worker Dies from fall Columbia last a construction worker was killed thursday in an i a Sunry fall. Officers said inc 25-year-old worker whose name was not immediately reported fell Down a wide heating and air conditioning duct from the i lib flour of he 21-Story banker s Trust Tower under construction. Committee rejects one member districts Columbia a despite distinct judicial preference for such an approach a committee studying reap Perlinn Meni voted thursday against dividing the state into 12-1 single member districts. To do so would mean ignoring county lines in forming House districts and the committee Voled 6-3 to p re verse them. The Vole came on a million by Hep. William . A dillo n. To try to develop a plan which preserves county voting in the minority were heps. Julius bag Gill. D Mccormick. And Ernest Kin Noy. A Sumler and sen. John drum Puiul. A arc Emwood. Rejection of the single Mem ber districts Means that the 10 member committee can now concentrate on developing i plan that will group most of the smaller counties into districts with two or More House Mem Bers. Before voting on s motion to Lake that approach the committee rejected

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