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Florence Morning News (Newspaper) - August 23, 1973, Florence, South Carolina2-a thursday August Florence morning news 1 flt s youth production to open Friday night a quest for Young Arthur a Junior players production of the Florence Little theater will be performed at 8 . 1 Ridi a and saturday and at 3 . Sunday at the theater. Tickets will not be sold in Advance but the Box office will be open one hour before performances. Portrayed by Florence youths Ages 10 to 18. The comedy depicts the Youthful adventures of Arthur leading up to his Coronation As King of England. As the play begins. Arthur played by alien Reese is not yet even a Knight but he is itching to win himself Honor at the first Opportunity As six As a suitable quest presents itself. Irs Branch investigates Dairy group Columbia. Apt the economic stabilization Branch of the internal Revenue service has announced it is investigating the Carolina Dairy commission for possible violations of the government freeze on prices. An irs spokesman loll Hook Kion. Said wednesday that the investigation is to determine if milk processors Are making a profit As a result of the Price increase approved by the Dairy commission. The Dairy group okayed a seven cell per half gallon milk Price increase at he re Quost of banners who complained of snaring feed prices. That in crease was to take effect in two stages. The cos of milk Rose by Lour cents per half gallon to 72 cents August and is due to go up again september 15. To 75 cents a half gallon. Of the possible freeze Viola Linn. Kion said. The Mallei has come to our attention. We Are looking inn it. It is under investigation and we have referred the Mallei to the Cost of living Council in election Back Coles Cross Coward no. Coward no. Florence no. Florence no. Florence no. Florence no. Florence no. Florence no. Florence n o. Florence no. Florence no. Florence Florence no. Florence n o. Florence no. 1 Glen High i Lake City no. Lake City no. Lake City no. Uick cily no. Mars Mcallister Oak Pamplico no. Pamplico is o. Tans Absentee hut Arthur s limit Tutor. Merlin played by George Alt Man of Johnsonville. Thinks the Young Man would do better to continue his studies Safe at Home. But 12 princesses of the realm have been kidnapped and. Worse the sword in the Stone which will determine the new King of England has also been stolen. So off runs Merlin and a thur with the sometime help of an effeminate Knight called sir pc Linore. Portrayed by Stuart Longs. The villains of the evening arc the bumbling sorceress Minerva and her evil Boss Morgana k Fay. Portrayed by Deuce tur Ner and Karin Sterling respectively. The two ladies Are responsible for the disappearance of both princesses and sword in St nor All in Morgana s plot to make herself ruler of England. And. Of course among the 12 princesses is the Young Queen to he guinevere played by Dale Anderson who eventually is turned into a Frog in one of the plays typical comic scenes. Merlin s bumbling magic and Arthur s Youthful heroics provide most of the evening s laughs but equally funny arc the antics of Ellinore in his quest after his Good Friend the beastly beast by John Boswell and the constant complaining of Merlin s housekeeper will Hamia. Acted by Vivica Floyd. The other members of the cast Are Hazel Thomas. Susan Gilbert. Belly Anderson. Anderson. Glynis Honey. Julia Corbin. Donna Price. Mason. Karen Lac will. Virginia Smith. Tracy Smith and Glenn Coates. Miss Vicki directs a quest Lor Young Arthur Wilh technical director Bob Petit and stage manager Anelle Smith i Baily is assistant stage manager while Sherrie doff is the Pix auction s Art director and Clil and Lionald Sopkin have designed the lighting. All costumes were made by the Smiths. Unofficial returns from tuesday s special elec Tion to fill the vacancy on the Florence county House delegation gave demo crat David w. Keller or. A substantial Victory 528 votes to Over Republican m. A. Buddy Ellis. The election com Mission is to certify the results on thursday. A v to photo by Sony Stiim plotting at left Are villa1nesses Morgana and Minerva at right Are Good Guys magician Merlin and sir Ellinore former teachers aides begin teaching full time morning news staff writer the Best part is i la have my own classroom this said Homer h. Hanburry he is one of ii former teachers aides in Pec Dee Public schools who have just graduated from Francis Marion College Wilh education degrees with thanks to the Kastern Carolina career opportunities program. Copl. It has been a hectic life for the ii new teachers As the Federal cop program required they work full Lime As teachers aides while pursuing their College diplomas. And nearly All of the ii had families to attend to during i hair studies he cop Par Lic Ipanis age from 18 to More than 50-years-old i was scared to one cop graduate of the Day two years ago when she arrived on the i my Campus to begin classes. All the ii cop graduates this month had had previous College experience some As Many As 15 years ago but for one reason or another had been obliged to discontinue their College education. Rut their desire to be educators themselves had led most of them to become teachers aides in various towns in the pee Dee. Then came cop and the Chan be for them to earn both College diplomas and leaching certificates while still working Rel time. When the Federal Prog Rani began three years ago the first participants were recruited from recommendations of District superintendents belonging to the pee Dee education Center which administers cop. Today other persons arc coining to cop from places other than classrooms. Photo by Sonny Scott right congratulates local cop College graduates they Are from left Homer Hanberry Frenchie Moser Gayle Spivey Pentagon May begin new round of base closings by of hods. Hoffman. A Milih iry Wriler Washington a fac ing deep budget ruts he Pentagon said wednesday it is gearing for a possible new round of Mill try base closings in the United Stales and abroad next year. Daniel James a Pentagon spokesman said there May be a necessity to sacrifice facilities rather than forces if con Gress finally Voles to curtail military spending James words at a briefing suggested the Pentagon might relent if Congress was More generous and backed away from a huge nil of men from the armed services Rolls. The defense department s formal statement sounded like a firmer signal thai in is getting ready for a second wave of base shutdowns and reductions in about a year. We do expect to produce a significant base closure pack age within he foreseeable future hut we can t say now whether this will occur next Winter or next the Pentagon said. Ii said Hal we Are looking closely Al . Military bases in he United slates and overseas Wilh a View to closing those found to be unnecessary or underutilized no decisions have been reached the Pentagon said sources said earlier that Secretary of defense James r. Sch Losinger has ordered the army. Navy and air Force departments to review their base needs and to Send him a Lisl of a . Installations by mid december. By that Lime. Congress will have finished its work on the defense budget and Pentagon leaders will know How much Money will he available to them this fiscal year. Some sources said Schlesinger did nol give the services any specific targets in deciding what bases should to eliminated. They indicated that the number could run into the hundreds. The services now own 451 major bases in the United states and .123 abroad. April he Pentagon or dered 274 bases in 32 slates shut Down reduced or. Consolidated. In foil Casl savings of billion Over the next 10 years. The congressional crackdown on defense Money requests for new weapons and o Lher pro Grams has developed since then and Schlesinger has accused the Congress of indulging in postwar the cutback ordered in april bore heaviest on Massachusetts which was the Only slate to Vole against president Nixon in he 1972 election. Defense officials have denied any pot Lical revenge was involved. . Delegation sets India visit Columbia delegation of Solh carolinians headed by gov. John c. West will visit India nov. 2-16 As the guests of air India. Former stale sen. William j. Brockington of Columbia said the visit is sponsored by the government owner airline to encourage tourism. Stops will be made Al Delhi Agra. Jaipur and Kashmir. West accompanied by his wife will he the government s guest. Although they too must spend their College years working As teachers aides. According to Robert c. Scott or. Director of the Center More than 60 per cell of the cop students have or will receive their Cal log degrees As a result of the program. This fall 98 cop students will he in classes at fac with 30 of Vliem exp cling to graduate next Spring. Ill be there next Spring said mrs. Frenchie t. In ser. One of the recent graduates. I want to March in the graduation ceremony this thing Means so much to she said. We had our and said another new graduate. She spoke of her difficulties in meeting a schedule of working 8 . In 3 . Daily driving to fac from Dillon and slaying on Campus As tale As . In class. My children saw me sitting Home this morning Reading the newspaper and asked me Why i was t in she said. The cop Grant from the Federal education professions development act paid All the students tuition fees travel expenses and text Wmk costs Wilh the stipulation thai the area school District pay their teachers aides salaries. The aides were also required to work Wilh disadvantaged pupils and the Center is required in seek Low income persons for the cop program although any other person May participate. Motivation is the key if you Are willing to work hard enough and if you want in bad enough Yon can do commented Hanburry. All of the ii graduates said they have enc raged o hers to become involved in cop. And eight of he 11 have already secured leaching jobs for this year. The other three Are hopeful of finding classrooms of Inch own soon. And a few of them arc even talking about returning to College in the near future to study towards masters degrees. The new teachers Are Han Berry. Mrs. Gayle Spivey. Mrs. Sharon s. Ray. Mrs. Moser and mrs. Mary motto All of Florence mrs. Dorothy p. Dupont and mrs. Nevetta Ferguson both of Sumter mrs. Valcic w. Smith and mrs. Lynn k. Burgess both of Marion and mrs. Rulh m. Hodge and mrs. b. Mcrae. Both of dil inn. M4ml Bow aus j785j re tune 662-2575 hours Are 1 . Ianul 11 . Monday through thursday and from 4 p. M. Friday until 7 . Monday Herbert l. Turner mrs. Elouise Moody Johnnie Richardson Scranton funeral ser vices for Herbert Turner 71. Will he conducted at . Thursday at Hebron Baptist Church in Friedfield by the Rev. Gerald Mckay and the Rev. J. W. Jolly. Burial will be in the my. Zion Baptist Church cemetery directed by Brockington funeral Home. Pallbearers will be Watson Keefe. Bensen Turner. Maxie Turner. Albert Turner. Bennie Lee Turner. Carl Coleman and Glen Coleman. Or. Turner who died tuesday in a Florence Hospital was born in Pamplico. A son of the late Benjamin and Selina Keeffe Turner. a Farmer and was a trustee of the Friend Field school District from 1941 until 1953 and of Florence county school District no. 2 from 1953 until his retirement in 1988. He was a member of Hebron Baptist Church a Deacon and served As sunday school superintendent for Many years. He was a member of the a and t Hunting club. Mrs. Ethel Griff in Cary. . Mrs. Elhel Callis Griffin of Goldsboro. For Merly of Gary died tuesday in Goldsboro a Flora Short illness. Funeral services will be con ducted at 3 . Thursday at Brown Wynne funeral Home in Cary by the Rev Karl Farthing. Burial will be in Raleigh memorial Park. Horn in Granville county. . She was the widow of William David Griffin or. Surviving Are three sons. Gilbert s Griffin of Florence. . Griffin or. Of Gold Sboro Frank Dewitt Griffin of Raleigh iwo daughters. Mrs. Shirley g. Page of Raleigh and mrs. Annie Mac Stanley of Angler a sister. Mrs. . Champion of Cary and nine1 grandchildren. Mrs. Everette Hanna , funeral vices for mrs Verelle Mccullough Hanna. 71. Will be conducted thursday at 11 . At Williamsburg funeral Home by the Rev. Morgan Rogers and the Rev. Parnell. Burial will he in Spring Gulley Baptist Church cemetery. Mrs. Hanna died tuesday in a Kingstree Hospital after a Long illness. Hospital Board fails to decide on privileges after

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