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Florence Morning News (Newspaper) - November 10, 1970, Florence, South CarolinaUnited fund pledge fran ii Gallagher left Campaign chairman of the greater Florence United fund receives the 1970 report from Southern Bell. The company pledged enough funds to finance All of agencies for at least a week and reported a 44 per cent increase Over the previous year. Presenting the report Are a. M. Wright communications and transportation division chairman Lin Wood Hudson president of Cwa Cio local no. 3078 and e. B. Thompson District Mana Ger. Employment Survey slated by Ralph Kaney morning news staff writer a Survey with emphasis on employment needs in Florence county will be made by project to Square training Center in Florence and the results will be presented to the South Carolina state development Board at its meeting in january. The decision to make the Survey was made monday at a meeting of the Center s advisory committee after Walter Cooper director reported that placing the Center s trainees in jobs is getting difficult because of a Lack of available Job openings in the Cooper reported that 44 trainees were placed in jobs during october which brought the total for the year to 211. He said even though we have placed this number in jobs we find news briefs Florence Post office closes wednesday slant to a wow tuesday november 10, 1970 National Tiv Riff i a the Florence Post office will be closed wednesday in Observance of veterans Day. Postmaster r. A Bobby o Harra said there w la be no mail delivery except for special delivery and perishable items. Postal boxes however will be serviced he said. O Harra said a window will be open at the downtown Post office from 8 . To 10 . And at the Florence mall station from . To . For business mail and parcels. No financial transactions will be handled at either postal facility. He said there be no stamp sales except through stamp machines. Who s who a florentine John Steven Baker has selected to be listed in who s who among students in e r ican universities and colleges. Baker is the son of or. Arr mrs. John Baker of 1905 Westmoreland St. In or. Baker is vice president of Francis Marion College. A student at Wake Forest University Baker is a member of the senior class editor of the student Magazine and director of the experimental College at the Unive sity. He has worked with the University theatre and student government. An English major Baker has studied in the University s interdisciplinary honors program and has elected to Delta Kappa intercollegiate Honor society for men. Attend session three Florence county Library Board of trustees and Library Boad of trustees and Francis Marion College were represented at the biennial regional conference of the Southeastern Library association in Atlanta last week. Florence county librarian mrs. Marguerite Thompson Library Extension division head Board miss Libby of trustee Law and members. Miss Emily Askins of Lake i mrs. Clyde Rowntree of Johnsonville and Frank Nolen of Florence attended the three Day meeting. Also in attendance were miss Alice thorny Lake City High school librarian miss Maud Woclaw Lake City Junior High school librarian and j. Mitchell Reames Francis Marion col lege librarian. Safe looted i Safe was looted of about and items valued at about ?400 were stolen during a a Deakin at the Leo Carter store at Leo according to reports at he Florence county sheriff s department. Deputy sheriff Ray Shupe said he Safe was ripped open and about in change was stolen rom it. Also stolen during the breaking Over the weekend were two shotguns two cases of Shotgun shells 40 Cartons of cigarettes a number of flashlights a number Scranton vote continued from Page 1-a ballot and read Sparrow s vote. Then the judge ruled that one vote for the Sparrow was eligible to vote. He i election was again cast into a in. ___1_j a a stood lip opened the sealed Quinby gets to a new postal facility will be established at Quinby. Florence postmaster it. L. Bobby o Harra said Quinby has been approved for the facility but the station is not scheduled to open until january. A tentative Date of Jan. 9 has been set. Also approved o Harra said is for Quinby mail to. Bear a Quinby s. Postmark. Application for the station was made in mid july. O Harra said the facility will be under contract to Ashby Gregg Quinby s mayor. The station will offer full services including postal boxes. But no applications for Box rentals can be taken until after the Quinby facility opens o Harra emphasized. Deadlock 94-94. The court hereby orders the town of Scranton to Start from scratch and conduct a new elec judge Hayes said. It was reported monday that the election commission which had conducted the two previous elections at the request of the town Council has asked that the Council appoint its own three member Board to conduct the next election. There has been no report from mayor pro Tern Elfred As to when the Board will be appointed. The Board would select the Date for the third election. It was ruled during the court hearing that the new election will be confined again to the two candidates d u b o s e and Singletary. The Scranton mayor snip incidentally pays Only a a year salary. Toothache helps Stop pain on Contact. Prescribed by Many dentists. Used by millions. Actor missing Milan Italy a a bit part actor in the play la staged at the Picco j to Teatro of m Ian was reported missing and probably eaten. A Chicken with a in the production was stolen from the theater or Lyard Befar curtain time. Five Days last week. H e estimated that damage to the barns and value of the Copper would total about clothes for needy the Community service and welfare Center located at 1453 Waverly St., will dispense clothing to needy persons tues Day according to j. P. Priest the task getting More difficult than it was a Short time the director said that Community support is improving and especially in the area of in kind Matching he said on a goal of set by the Board has been reported since the beginning of the fiscal year an Over pledge of the total number of trainees enrolled at the Center located on Darlington St. Extension was listed As 131 with 49 males and 82 females in the program. The director noted that there is still a need for More males to enrol in the local program. Cooper reported that the trainees participated in the re cent dirt Alert program conducted in Florence. Cooper also reported that two projects Are being carried out by the trainees. He said arrangements have been made for the american red Cross Bloodmobile unit to visit the Center on nov. 25. Also trainees Are making articles of clothing for Young children to be distributed at Christmas. He said the material for the pro act was donated by local industries and merchants in the Stow Mth or boy that minister. Sponsored by the seventh Day adventist Church of Florence the minister said the Center will be open from .9 . Through 3 . Of flashlight batteries and various other items. The breaking and theft is being investigated by Shupe and Deputy sheriffs Ernest Turner Talbert Poston and Jimmy Carr. Three charged three Florence county men have been charged wit housebreaking and larceny in connection with the theft o about 200 pounds of Copper from 23 barns in the Mars Bluff area. Held on the charges at the county jail Are Thomas Lee Robinson 19, of Hyman. Calvin Robinson 38. Of it. 4, Florence and Marion Backus. 23, of a North Florence address they were originally arrested on charges of trespassing and malicious mischief., the charges were charged monday to housebreaking and larceny. Arresting officers were Deputy sheriffs Ray Shupe Eddie Hicks and Willie Sam Eagerton. Shupe said Copper was stolen from the barns Over a period of revival slated revival services will be con ducted at the Christian Assembly pentecostal holiness Church thursday through Sun Day to the Rev. J. Wesley pot or pastor. Preaching each evening at . Will be or. Herbert Carter general superintendent of the pentecostal freewill Bap is Church who has served on the International committees of he world pentecostal Fellowship and the Fellowship of North America the Rev. Or Potter said. Congregational singing and special music for the revival Wil be under the direction of Charles Rogers. The Public is invited to attend these services the pastor said. Honor Roll Moore Junior High school announced 8th grader Ann Evans Diane Livingston and Joyce Brown have been placed on the school Honor role. These Are in addition to the previously announced list. Another seventh Grade Stu Dent Susan Slack was misidentified in the previous list. Area As in kind. Matching reporting on the Progress of a new Driver s educational course which was begun last month at he Center Cooper said 18 trainees Are enrolled and 16 of hem have received driving permits and two have passed the state driving examination. Cooper said a Reading pro Gram for slow readers has been set up with the cooperation of Florence school District no. 1 in he adult education program. Trainees taking Basic education at the Center will spend a half Day at the Center and a half Day in Basic education at the Reading clinic. Johnson diner open7a. M.-10p. M. Breakfast lunch dinner Darlington Hwy. Florence s. C. Barbecue open sat.11 a. we Cater to groups during the week phone 662-3347 or 493-5438 Pamplico Hwy., Florence the place that brings you the Best Fried Chicken and Home made pizza special fresh Fried shrimp in Light a Cottec with All trimming Henny Penny Chicken open mom. Thru sat. 11 a. M. T0 10 p. M. Next door to Golden Angus Steak House court continued from Page 1a comment on plans to continue Legal efforts to halt the War. There s a whole lot in the he said. I m quite sure that in the future the court will have to face this Issue one Way or in last tuesday s election Massachusetts voters overwhelmingly approved an advisory referendum supporting president Nixon s plan for phased withdrawal of troops. The War question is Likely to return to the supreme court. In the past few months several fed eral judges have upheld the government in suits brought by sol Diers and civilians who now will Appeal from the Adverse rulings. In other actions monday the court i to decide whether a unanimous jury should be required to convict defendants in criminal cases. The cases to be Hoard Are from Louisiana Anc Oregon where a less than unanimous verdict is permitted. To review payment of teachers in parochial schools from state tax revenues. Florence s finest charcoal Hearth restaurant Holiday inn downtown smorgasbord luncheon Mon. Thru sat. Sundays 2.11 special prices for children table service not Mem Convill forecast two cold fronts were forecast to continue moving from Canto a downwards through the mid West and in the inter Mountain areas of the West tuesday bringing showers and cooler air. Another cold front is forecast to move downwards and across toward the Eastern Seaboard across the Southern and mid dle Atlantic states. Rain is forecast for the new York is Well As in parts of new England. Shower activity in the Gulf of Mexico will touch the coastal areas. A pee Dee weather Chance of rain predicted foxes hungry Edmonton Alta. A Derry Ory operations manager or a Petroleum exploration irm in the Western Arctic told a conference Here that hungry Arctic foxes found insulation tasty and were stripping it his company s ground cables. 1 still mostly Cloudy with Chance of rain and scattered Thim de showers is the pc -3cast for the pee Dee today according to a u. S. Weather Bureau report last night. The High temperatures today will be around 70 with the Low tonight in the 40s. Tomorrow s Outlook Calls for mostly sunny and mild weather., rain and showers should cover the entire state today As a cold front moves through. Fair weather is indicated to return tomorrow. We Lher information Tor the 24-hour nov. Is period ending 7 . Yesterday. Monday temperatures nov. 16 highest 73 Normol High 68 tuesday lowest 50 Normal Low 44 j nov. 17 mean 65 Normal mean 56 precipitation yesterday none this month .09 j station total for year 32.02 Normal for month Camden 2.31 Cheraw humidity j Conway 7 . 69 1 . 48 7 . 78 of Yinghom today Kingstree Sunrise . Sunset . Pee Dee Moonrise . Moonset tides tides later than Myrtle Beach High Low Low River bulletin fid stage Date Hgt chg proc 23 9 1 .0 m0.6 0 30 9 3.5 m4.3 0 7 8 4.0 0.0 0 14 7 5.5 0.3 0 12 8 4.7 0 19 7 14.7 m1.4 0 River statement swampland flooding on the lower pee add 35 minutes Charleston add 30 Teress using the lower pee Dee will encounter some disruption for a few Days minutes Pawlcyn add 20 minutes. More architect tries plastic project Elgin 111. A Robert tuesday nov. 10. Wednesday mov. 11 thursday nov 12 Friday nov. 13 saturday nov. 14 w. Or. An architect is Active in environmental activities in the Fox Valley area experimenting with ground Plas tic As an is Bedient in involved in a research project sponsored a he society plastics Industry layer mixed Iso Doit s of around Lene scrap plastics As an expert the scrap was used As partial for Sand. Tests showed the plastic con trite mix was 10 to 15 per lighter in weight. Although still poured. The Maer iv1 workable1 with a trowel. J sunday Ocean drive High Low Darlington Cinema High secrets High Low High Las vegas style Low High rated x Low 1 p. M. High first. Florence showing starts at Florence theatres. Inc. Now show shows at 7 9 p. M. Phone 662-293 g. P. Shows at 7 and 9 p. M. K phone 662-7731 a Stanley Kramer s Ffora per minute shows at 1-3-5-9 p. M. 669-6432 Savage wild Gordon Eastman technicolor tech Piscope closed until Friday the difference in Banks is people. You can Bank on pee Dee people to show they re glad to see you every time you come in for full service on every Money matter. Gome to Timmonsville for highest Bank interest on Low rates on Loans and More time to do All your banking above tellers Deanne Thomas and Billie Cox. Far left Bank s Scarborough. Member Timmonsville afternoon and saturday mornings

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