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Florence Morning News (Newspaper) - June 2, 1970, Florence, South CarolinaOr. Waiter Smith Marion speaker methodist conference ing opens Spartanburg a a communion service monday night opened the 185th annual meeting of the. United methodist Church of South Carolina con Ference of 1785 ithe meeting will hear Bishop Raul Hardin s annual report on Hie denomination s South Caro Lina affairs at a general session tuesday. The five Day meeting ends tire annual ministerial appoint Bents. In Between tie about and Lay delegates tit meeting at we Fprd College and Central methodist Church will hear reports from 25 boards Ana commissions. Plan for unifying the White r negro conference of 1866 of the conference to the negro Confer ence at its annual gathering last Feek was mailed to members of Llie 1785 conference. No action is due on it until a met year. In the meantime suggested changes May be submitted through december and to be plan with possible revisions willbe submitted for consider to Ftp next March. Of he plan Calls for 15 districts of thin the state four under be superintendents. Negroes a Jotilda get about one fourth of , com mjg Sions and among paid staff. " a special youth night has been arranged for wednesday at the Imp Arta Burg auditorium. It will future musical groups a a feb rus and Tom Skinner new Fark City evangelist. Of the conference opened the five Day Schedu e with a monday afternoon Gath ering. K notice to creditors persons having claims or demands against the estate of Jack Holder Cheatham decease Are requested to present the same itemized and verified to the undersigned duly qualified executrix of said estate within the time prescribed Fly Law five months and All persons indebted to the said estate Are asked to make i p met payment to the undersigned. 1 Magdalyn b. Cheatham 1004 Beverly drive Florence s. C. June 2, 9. 16 final discharge parties1, interested will please take notice that mar Josie Anna Nolen executrix of the estate of Jennie a. Barrows deceased has this Day made application unto the a Gay t of probate of Florence got to for final discharge As Stich executrix and that the 2nd Day of. July 1970, at 10 ii lock a.m., is the time a a anted for a hearing on the petition. Dorothy s. Grimsley or. Judge of probate Florence county 0uhe 2, 9, 16, 23 Marion class hears new College head Marion the Young generation leaving the schools today and moving into adult life Are being handed More answers than questions or. Walter Smith president elect of Francis Marion College in Florence told the Marion High school graduating class at their commencement exercises Mon Day night. Or. Smith who will take Over leadership of the state s newest four year College which it is created july 1, told the class that they Are entering into a world of change. He said he could not Tell them How their roles would figure in develop ment of the nation but he said that i shall advise you that you Are Likely to serve As new troops in the social revolution now he noted that the generation presently controlling the nation has challenged old truths and realigned thinking but this year s classes will join others searching for their own answers As individuals and members of the Community. It is important he said that she youth meet the problems and challenges with a Clear and objective i want to listen carefully to the Young people i teach to he said for they have Clear insights and Are blessed with a Youthful optimism. With All the problems of the society and uncertainty of the future Smith said that commencement is a Good time to dream dreams. Man lives on woes and dreams. These Are in the. Daily fare of All who he said. Looking at the problems., Smith said that the Militancy of the Young is not completely discouraging. Growth is often he told the graduates. But it must be accomplished gracefully the speaker said. A problem is the loss of relationship of the new generation with the Normal growth Pat terms of nature As the country grows and becomes More Urban. Smith said the graduates pro Bably have realized during school that a sense of purpose is not difficult to find if he accepts the ten commandments As a guide and has to War with nature for his daily few however face the War with nature he said and the acceptance of values is a ques Tion for the new generation to decide. Slat Antt toning Struif tuesday june 2, 1970 tobacconist expects Good s. C tobacco crop Myrtle Beach a Carolina tobacconists expect a Fine crop of flue cured Leaf this year but agree with r. H. Askins of Lake City that there s just no Way of knowing what it will Askins chairman of the marketing and sales committee of the South Carolina tobacco warehouse association says i Tope it will bring As Good a Arice As last a record 72.8 cents a Pound. We should have a Good Askins reports. The stands look Good. Recent Rains really he and other to Bacco men Are attending the association s annual convention that ends wednesday. Federal Price support allot ments Cut this year s acreage by five per cent compared with 9, but regulations permit Over planting of up to 10 per cent Askins says so i expect Well have about the same size crop As last in 1969 the Palmetto state crop totalled 136.7 million pounds and brought growers Mil lion dollars. It should be right around that this As Kins said. The Lake City warehouseman Askins says. That s the target recalled thai the tobacco companies bought real Well last about 5.5 per cent of the Leaf was taken up by the Date we re now using. Of course we will have to see How the crop comes along during Point in mar commodity credit corporation. Rets opening until a Good Supply but the companies never make their plans known in and Vance so we Don t know just How much Leaf there will be in the Market for this of Leaf is coming usually the Georgia Florida Belt opens first South Carolina next then the North Carolina belts. Last year the Georgia the executive committee of i Florida group opened on the the association will meet some same Date As the South Carolina time in Early july to set open ing dates for the 10 member markets. It probably will be sometime during the week of july Watson unhappy with socialized Medicine clamor Spartanburg a rep. Albert Watson r-s.c., said monday he is alarmed Over he increasing clamor in con fess for a system of socialized the Republican Ember Natoria candidate told members of the Spartanburg county medical association that the state and ederal government must pro vide an atmosphere of under Landing and Mutual cooperation Between government and the professional practice of medi if new discoveries an initiative in the Field of med be Are to thrive in the decade if the he cited As an example o proper and meaningful co opera Ion Between government am he medical profession a Nieset no announced last week be Ween spokesmen for the medi Al University of South Carolina and High ranking Federal offi dais. At the meeting which is be or june 11 in Washington offi gals will discuss a proposed million Federal Grant to i Lance a Pilot project aimed a feeding the Rescue of traffic incident victims in South Caro Ina. Debbie Lane Transylvania Dale Poston slated far Brevard Boyd Baker Heads for Furman 87 Bachelor s degrees awarded at Coker College commencement Hartsville besides the awarding of 81 bachelors degrees second Only to the 92 awarded in 1965, Coker College s 61st annual commencement exercises sunday featured the announcement of graduation honors the con Ferring of an honorary award and the commissioning of a graduate As a wac second lieutenant. Mrs. Virginia Campbell Harmon of Westville earned the title of first Honor graduate for the top freshman through senior Scholastic record in the class of 1970 33 a s and 4 b s. She was awarded the a. B. Degree in chemistry Magna cum laude. Three fellow graduates co earned a companion alumni association sponsored award for the Best senior year record straight a s. This Trio includes Jane Brown of Laurens awarded the a. B. Degree Magna cum. Laude with a major in both Early childhood and elementary education Valerie Saleeby of Hartsville awarded the a. B. Degree in French cum laude and to Beth Young of Greenwood awarded the a. B. Degree in English cum laude. Hart villian Richard g. Coker Long a Coker College trustee and a grandson of the College founder major James Lide Coker is the honorary award Winner. An Algernon Sydney Sullivan award for excellence of character and service to humanity associated with higher Educa Tion was conferred on him. The Veteran key official of Monoco products company Hartsville based inter National manufacturer o f paper and plastic products for Industry was cited in the award presentation for his work devoted to the for his loyalty and support and for the value of his engineering sex Rebecca rouser of Green vibe is the Coker student both awarded a bachelors degree b. S. In physical education and commissioned a in the u. S. Women s corps. The commissioning was performed by wac Captain Elizabeth Kent of Columbia. Three of Coker s top four graduating award winners earned additional commencement announced honors. Awards offered annually by the Campus Scholastic Honor society Sophi Ades for outstanding Stu Dent research went this Spring to mrs. Virginia Harmon and to Beth Young in their respective Fields of chemistry and English. Mrs. Harmon additionally earned citation on the Maston Tromas Carlisle plaque for distinguished work in the physical sciences. Valerie Saleeby in turn was the recipient of a departmental citation for research work in French. All four top graduates Are Sophi Ades members. Johnsonville the music Lover s club has announced that three Johnsonville High school students have received music scholarships. Dale Poston daughter of or. And mrs. David Poston has received the David sludge scholarship to Transylvania music Camp at Brevard music Center Brevard n. C. She is 15 years of age and plays the clarinet in the Johnsonville High school band is accompanist for the High school chorus and is a piano student of mrs. Keith Baker. She is a member of the Beta club flashes staff Winner of the High school Pepsi cola essay contest and is a death sentence Appeal set for state court old Sokir Slot. Do lust in o sae 10w-40 he motor Oil from Cut of 100% for. Piniy Ivonin Trodt Lugo Oil it ii form lond to Tho out Mobil Motufa Clurar i most Pir Formann Quin Mantl. Intro officiant Long lulling oddity it compound malt Diluzi motor Oil it but Choie for motor Iti who a la flirt thl in angina lubrication. Available at your local service dealer distributed by Central Oil Supply co. 10 n. Irby Florence s. C. 662-8188 Columbia mor Ris and Edward Williams of co Lumbia facing Deanii sentences in what the state Calls a killing for hire will Appeal next week before the South Carolina supreme court. The state accuses Williams of insuring Martha Green roof Tatien paying Morris to kill her on Promise of another when the insurance policy was paid. Her body was found by a rail Road track and she first was re ported having been fatally hit by a train. An autopsy revealed a Bullet wound. The two men have obtained frequent delays in their sen tence through appeals and petitions. The current Appeal is from a lower court refusal to Grant a writ of Hareas Corpus which could free them. This latest petition argues that the death penalty violates both the state and Federal constitutions. The state High court and the . Supreme court have never ruled that executions Are unconstitutional. James Esther Thomas of Lau rens will go before the court on a decision in which he won a re sentencing order from the lower court on a petition for a Hareas Corpus writ. Thomas was sentenced to Denaui in 1965 for rape. The state is appealing the re sentencing order. Albert Sanders sentenced to 50 years on manslaughter charges in the deaths of his parents in Law Mert and Carrie Evans will Appeal on grounds he entered guilty pleas under the threat of getting the death penalty if he did t. He appeals from Florence county. J. D. Pickelsimer sentenced to 23 years and Days in multiple Safe cracking charges from Laurens and two other counties was ordered to serve Only 11 years and 34 Days from Jan. 15, 1964. Registration for summer set Cheraw registration for courses to be offered in the summer session at Chesterfield Marlboro Tec will be held at the Center monday june 15. Classes will begin june 16 and will be open to anyone desiring work o r upgrading in certain subjects As preparation for College or Tec enrolment this fall. The summer session ends aug. 12. Special courses especially designed for area graduating High school seniors include an introduction to algebra review of Basic main fundamentals introduction to English with courses in Oral and written communication markets thin. This spread buyers Marion Fowler executive Secretary of the association which harvesting and marketing said move government Price supports in a prepared statement that a tobacco continues under heavy Home townsman of Askins said attack from All sides on arc difficulties in smoking and health Ivolin the european common Market where retaliatory however Huvler also noted Ken dust that tobacco consumption con of count pics if tues to increase. S imposes on in. In his statement urging Asso a ports of some of their prod citation members growers and i others to attend the tobacco is in Kowl Fowler said taxes on said and from All products continue to but then he appeared More radio and television advertising j cheerful when he cited reports is to be restricted Jan. 1, and of annual sales increases world hear reports on growing there is a pending Bill to re wide. Johnsonville students get scholarships Darlington briefs horse show set for saturday by re Bye Arnold morning news correspondent Darlington the second w. A. Perkins. Mrs. R. J. Winters who has been borrow ing from Bookmobiles since annual Darlington j Jaycees their first services Cut Iho rib horse show will be held Satur-1 Bon. At the Bookmobile door at Day at the Darlington internal j the ceremony tonal raceway. There will be three shows held during the Day starting at 9 a.m., . And . The Early morning show will arts awards Darlington the Darlington arts Council h a s presented three students with feature Hunters and jumpers awards for outstanding work in with the afternoon and night. Shows to feature the walking horses and registered Quarter horses. There classes. Pat memberships Darlington two the Field of Art. They Are Nancy Jordan of St. John s High school Here be 40 Donald bobbins of Mayo High school Here and Nero Graham of the Liose Vald school at society Hill life All three Are seniors. They memberships have been presented in the Pate school Parent teacher s association. We been Given to ate and mrs. Both of the school s . Member of the Junior choir of j mrs. Pale is a retired the Johnsonville m Al h o i Sti teacher of the school and mrs. Were presented the awards Dur ing the senior Chapel program. Church. Debbie Lane daughter of or. And mrs. Tracy Lane has been a w a r d e d the w e 11 m a n scholarship to Transylvania music Camp. She is a Sophomore a member of the annual staff Block a club and is student accompanist for the High school chorus. She is also assistant pianist for the first Baptist Johnsonville Church. Boyd Baker has received the j. P. Stevens scholarship to at tend Furman University band Camp in Greenville july 12 through july 25. He is a Sophomore and plays t h e trumpet in the Johnsonville High school band. He is a member of the boy scouts troop 421. He is 15 years of age. The Furman band Camp sponsored by Furman University provides a unique Opportunity for Young band students. The Camp s program is designed to help Young peo ple understand wind and percussion instruments and to appreciate band music As Well As to improve their individual skills and playing habits. Campers Are divided into different bands and each camper is assigned to the band that suits his or her playing the Transylvania scholar ships Are in the amount of each. The Camp is for six weeks of intensive musical study under some of the nation s finest teachers. Students participate regularly in Public performances during i their stay at. The Camp. Young has been treasurer of the . For the past two years time. The presentation was made by mrs. E. Davis former president of the . Bookmobile Darlington the Darlington county Library s new Bookmobile unit will begin operations on june i. The Bookmobile unit will serve borrowers at 04 stops. The summer schedule has been outlined so As to late books in to All areas of the county. A new Bookmobile w a s dedicated in a ceremony held at the courthouse last week. The Bookmobile staff members Are mrs. Sylvia James m is. Ruth Howie and Ernie Ann Miller. The county librarian is mrs. Happening now Darlington Darlington area Young people have been invited to Lake part in. A project this summer to be known As happening it is one of the new Folk musicals for youths. It explores the problems of Young people and seeks answers. There will be rehearsals held each monday from 7-9 . In the first Baptist Church Here. There Are to be Public performances in july. The group will be directed by Gary Ferguson minister of music of the first Baptist Church of Darlington. False Teeth that loosen need not Embarrass Don t keep worrying whether your false Teeth Are Golf a to come Loose at the wrong time. For More secur Ity and More Comfort just Sprinkle a Little fas Teeth on your plates. Fas Teeth holds false Teeth firmer longer. Makes eating easier. It s not acid. No gooey pasty Gummy taste. Dentures that fit Are essential to Teeth at All drug counters Fly Piedmont. We re easy to take to Washington direct morning afternoon service. See your travel agent or Call Piedmont Florence reservations 662-6361 speak out Florence county Tom Smith House of representatives june 9

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