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Florence Morning News (Newspaper) - November 16, 1973, Florence, South CarolinaLeaf study group holds 3rd hearing 4-fl today november Florence morning mews 5 Emo students to get less fuel More holidays Greenville Bob Jones University in Greenville will give its More than Stu dents and faculty members an extra week of Christmas hid Days in order to conserve fuel. Or. Bob Jones i president of the fundamentalist institution told an Assembly thursday that classes will be recessed beginning at noon 13 in Stead of on dec. 19 As origin ally scheduled. This will give us an extra week in which we can turn off the heat in seven dormitories several classroom buildings the dining common and other Jones said. The University will resume classes Jan. 3. One of the extra holidays will be made up on saturday Jan. 5. The City of Greenville is also doing its part to Cut Down on fuel consumption. Mayor Max Heller announced that these policies have been put into effect Crews will be trans ported to work locations in one vehicle rather than using four or five for different Crews. Idling Speed of All City vehicles has been reduced. Pools will be organized City employees. Vehicles purchased by the City will be compact cars and Drivers will be ordered to limit speeds to not More than 50 . Meanwhile the directors of regional planning commissions throughout the state met in co Lumbia thursday for an outline of emergency Steps to be taken in the Likely event of a serious shortage of fuel. Lose weight or Money Back the Odit nex plan can help you become the slim Tarn person thai you a Chi re like to be. Odri n As been used successfully by thousands All Over tie country for 15 years. Get rid of excess fat and Tive longer. Odri nex is a tiny Tablet and easily swallowed. Contains re dangerous drugs. No starving. No special exercises. Odil Rex plan costs 3.25 and the targe Economy size 45.25. You must lose ugly fat or you Money will be refunded. No question asked. Accept no substitutes. Som with this guarantee by Eckerd s by Berryhill Moraig news staff writer Lake City formation of an All Farmer tobacco advisory committee was one of several proposals offered during a House tobacco marketing study committee hearing in Lake City thursday. Florence county sen. Thomas e. Smith or. Suggested the for mation of the committee and specifically noted that it should be an advisory group designed to provide information from the p reduce r s Point of View. The Farmers need a stronger voice in tobacco sen. Smith told the five House members conducting the session. The senator testified that there was no possible Way members of the 33-Man flue cured tobacco marketing com Mittee could estimate the opening Date accurately and please everyone. The tobacco warehouseman radio to group Hall of Fame Winner picked Columbia South Carolina broadcasters association announced thursday that Charleston broadcaster John Rivers sr., is the i973 selection for its Hall of Fame. Rivers is chairman of the Board of Csc inc., which of crates Csc am and to and a Etc pm All in Charleston Mia. Inc., a background music producing Agency and studio Charleston a film production Agency. Rivers will be inducted at ceremonies during the awards banquet of the i974 convention of the association at Rock Hill feb. 4. The new inductee has been associated with the three Char Leston radio stations since their earliest Days. Lie served As president of the association in its fifth year of existence has been president of the South Carolina chamber of com Merce chairman of the Char Leston development Board and of the lbs affiliates Board. Has a larger duty to the far Smith told the group. He said that warehousemen should first consider tobacco producers in their own state. The committee composed of one House member from each of so s Leaf producing counties met in Lake City thursday mor Ning to conduct the third of four planned hearings on marketing problems. Mitch of the Prohera faced by tobacco markets in the state has been blamed on warehousemen who sold Tobac co from Oul of state growers in so warehouses. Every Lime a a r Houseman Sells out of state tobacco he limits the sales Opportunity for in state said sen. Smith. If the Public knows this then they will know who to blame for the Market s tobacco transportation storage booking for warehouse floor space and Market opening dates were included in the thursday discussion. I Don t think Well have these same problems again this so tobacco warehousemen s association president Rufus Lawrimore of Hemingway testified. The tobacco turned Green and that caused us to open too Lawrimore said he Felt the tobacco marketing system in the state was in the Best shape its Ever been in. Finding floor space for Tobac co was another Gripe Many far mers expressed. Benny kicks a Florence county Farmer who grows 21 acres of tobacco told the study committee that a North Carolina warehouseman who was a partner in a so warehouse this season refused to allow him any floor space. He told me he had 500 acres of his own tobacco in n c to bring Down Here and sell and that he could t allow me to that sales Hicks stated. That cuts the Little Man Marion county rep. Johnny Waller mentioned possibilities of levying fines on warehousemen who sell out of state tobacco but other committee members immediately responded that such a measure would involve entanglements with interstate Commerce and Trade restraint regulations. The committee will conduct its final hearing nov. 27 at the Mullins National guard armory. Court says away from Dairy Price fixing Law suit a the South Carolina supreme court refused thursday to assume original jurisdiction in a suit aimed at erasing the Price fixing authority of the state Dairy commission. The ruling stated the court refuses to assume original jurisdiction in this matter. The Mot Ion is accordingly american legion fall rally set Spartanburg a the fall rally of the South Carolina american legion is scheduled for Spartanburg dec. 1 with the principal speaker to be Thomas Martin of Roebuck the first Mack president of boys nation a leg Ion sponsored activity. Several Hundred delegates Are expected for the meeting that will also include an address by Nathan m. Wolfe of North Augusta the state legion commander. Nice Over ice Seagram s to. The first Canadian. First in smoothness. First in lightness. First in popularity throughout the world. 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