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Florence Morning News (Newspaper) - November 19, 1970, Florence, South CarolinaThursday nov Emma 19, two Jolln Murf Al lining w Grenville National guard put on standby i Greenville a National guardsmen were or dered onto a standby on basis at Greenville wednesday after racial trouble at four Higl schools in South Carolina s Lar Gest Public school District. A spokesman in the office o gov. Robert e Mcnair said the guardsmen were put standby to be available backup personnel for City Anc county Law enforcement offi rials. He also said additional agents of the state Law enforcement division sled and More state Highway patrolmen were sent to the City. An were to be quartered in National Guart armoires. The Alert was issued after an estimated 200 White and Black students clashed at Greenville s Parker High school wednesday morning. A spokesman for the Green Villa county school District said three other City High had routine Days wednesday after racial trouble tuesday. Mrs. Clelia Hendrix Public officer for the system said wednes trouble at Parker began White and Black students clashed outside the office of the principal As Blacks were presenting a list of so called deputies removed those who were fighting but no arrests were reported. Mrs. Hendrix said the list by Black students presented William deluded demands that Dixie not be played that Black Cul courses be offered and Blacks get equal representation in student offices. She said about 200 negroes attend the school and that Parker officials voted before the school year began hat Dixie would not be played and it has t been mrs. Hendrix said Law enforcement officers were stationed at most of the county s High schools wednesday to maintain order and provide she said the Parker Principa told her some of the Black Stu dents had chains and knives some of the students suffers cuts and bruises she said but none were hospitalized. About 50 officers were sent to Parker to restore order a fighting broke out in various classes Halls and on the schoo grounds. Mrs. Hendrix said Black assistant principal Robert Young asked Black students to Mee with him at the school s auditorium. Some of the students slashed curtains with knives and destroyed a piano in the auditorium she said. Officers removed the disrupter. Order was restored to the school by mid morning mrs Hendrix said and classes resumed normally the rest of the Day. She said the school District has reopened a hot line Tele phone service to dispel or confirm the surge of rumours and to get just the facts to the disturbances erupted tues Day at the City s j. L. Mann ugh school Greenville High and Wade Hampton. Tear Gas Vas used to quell the trouble at Pfann and a negro boy and Megro girl were arrested after Highway patrolmen and duties were called to de the school. The Greenville county schools were desegregated uner court order last Spring and ome considered the orderly process her a Model for Sou Hern school integration ga50uhi motor club backs taxes fort Mill High school seniors do dramatic presentation Lynn Greene and Ann Flowers take part in program of Winthrop College. Winthrop tries new program Rock Hill Winthrop s got a program in How to make a classroom full of students come alive. It s an in service project in language arts emphasizing student entered curriculum Anc Otal student involvement. It s English for a new Breed o e 1 Evision saturated students who expect More visual Anc auditory stimulation than the traditional classroom lecture provides. Eighteen teachers from seven school districts list attached ire enrolled in the Winthrop project. They started with sum Ner workshops and Are participating in follow up this fall. Miss Joye Pettigrew of the Winthrop College English acuity and mrs. Betty Hodges f Region five education services in Lancaster Are direct ing the project which is funded y the South Carolina com Mission of higher education. These prices Good All week we Are authorized to take food Stamps we Reserve the right to limit quantities produce apples Peck 69c oranges 29c Grapefruit Seedle Miloc Green cabbage 5c bananas 10c 79c Franks w 89c picnic Ham la. 43 round Steak la 99c Chuck roast la. 55c spare ribs 39c pork chops 39 Columbia Bacon 53c Frozen foods frosty acres spoon serve frosty whip 5irz 24 frosty acres sliced 16 Ops. Strawberries Mam Armour Corn 15 of. Can beef hash 39 Jim Dandy Quick grits 5lb. Bag 59 the workshops have emphasized a new approach to teaching with the teacher becoming a research person and guide letting the St u d e n t s discover for themselves that learning is exciting. The sessions have also stressed non Book Media and new teaching devices. The 18 teachers Are putting these ideas into practice this year in senior High schools in the area., and it s working. The Success mrs. Maryann Pugh is having is typical. She s a teacher at school and participants. Her students fort one Mill of High the Range from accelerated College preparatory to slow learners with a record of English non Success yet she s found one plan with variations which works for them All. It s a combination of visual and audio teaching aides and demands that the students use their imaginations while they re improving their Oral and written skills. The program employs the Appeal of the paperback Book and at this Point the result is an increase in voluntary parallel she adds i just convince them that i have Faith in their abilities and stand Back the hardest part is keeping my Mouth shut and letting them find out things for themselves and liquid for dishes Dove 22 of. Bottle starkest chunk Light tuna 2 size can 39 Sunbeam Rolls 10 Riceland fancy Long Grain Rice 3lb. Bag 43 Duke it. Jar Mayonnaise 69c Armour Admix 3 la. Can shortening 59c with 5.00 or More order Nabisco Premium Saltine 37 s. hot line not tapped Columbia a South Carolina s so called hoi its connection to the National defense warning system network has not been tapped an official says. Albert v. Thomas director of he civil defense office said the Ine terminates in his office not hat of gov. Robert e. Mcnair. Thomas explained that 31 governors have the line terminate in their offices which gave Rise to the hot line designation for them. The South Carolina official says a wiring mix up for the outlet in the office of gov. Marvin Mandel of Maryland gave Rise to reports the lines were bugged. Anything on the system goes Over loudspeakers in All civil defense Thomas said so there would t be much Point in bugging the hearing asked on milk prices Columbia a the Dairy committee of the South Carolina farm Bureau has re Quested a Public hearing for consideration of a milk Price increase for producers Only. Farm Bureau president David Sloan asked the South Caro Lina Dairy commission for the hearing As soon As possible jointing to this year s severe brought that has placed the Dairy Farmers of this state in a severe financial Sloan said there has been a marked increase in the Cost of milk production and this plus he additional Adverse factors of the drought and a Corn blight disaster has caused the Overall Cost of production to sky Rock Dairy Sloan said have their backs to the Wall and unless some Relief is granted in the Way of a Price no refine Many face there was no immediate Vay to determine if a Price in crease would be passed along o the consumer As has been he Case in All other milk Cost increases. Milk prices were increased in 5outh Carolina earlier this year sending the Cost of a quart to 32 cents and a half gallon to 63 cents. Watch them come alive and res Pond. I m finding that they live up to my her classroom reflects some of the Success she s having. The Walls Are lined with posters col Lages mobiles and decoupage All she explains they re visual compositions Book reports and essays. It s an imaginative Way of reviewing a Book or presenting an original com position. The students have to develop Unity coherence and Point of View for these visual presentations just As they do in the conventional kind. Cis and precise in selecting the pictures and they have to know what each represents when they make their Oral presentation to the class. So far they All seem to like the she adds the students Are working in this class. They re doing poetry drama and other literature and enjoying one big plus with the new approach says mrs. Pugh is that i know my students better now that i m not always up in front of them. They re in front of me doing working learning. And most important they re Corn think it s even More of Almun Cating with one another and Inion their in non ennui to Challenge. They have to be con Columbia an increase of Ione cent per gallon gasoline tax in South Carolina and the continuation of the two cents per gallon gasoline tax in North Carolina were among resolutions unanimously passed by the Board of directors of the Carolina motor club at its 48th annual meeting in Columbia this week. Other actions taken by the Board included opposition to any proposed increase in the Cost of City License tags in North Carolina opposition to any attempts to increase the lengths of tractor truck trailers in the Carolinas urged both states to require special licenses for operators of motorcycles motor bikes and motor scooters and a concentrated Campaign to be known As the driving while intoxicated counterattack pro Gram. The Board resolved because of the constantly rising Cost of Highway construction and maintenance and the acquisition of rights of Way and since South Carolina is attracting More and More Large industries and needs to maintain its National reputation As the Good roads the South Carolina Highway department is in dire need of additional funds. Firmly believing that these funds Are absolutely necessary and in the pay As you go principle the Carolina motor club recommends a one cent per gallon of gasoline tax increase in the state of South it was pointed out that Highway construction costs have increased 15 per during the past six months. Although previously opposed to such a Large increase is gasoline tax in North Carolina the Board resolved the Board of directors of the Carolina motor club believes that greater appreciation for and acceptance of the two cents increase in the North Carolina gasoline tax will become More apparent As the roads that the tax will provide Are let to con tract and completed and since the needs for additional Highway construction Are so pressing and urgent the Board advocates acceleration of planning and engineering acquisition o f rights of Way and any other phases of Highway construction that May in the past have served As a bottleneck for this Essen tial Public need. The Board opposes the diversion of any Highway funds to other Board members deplored efforts of Federal government agencies to divert Highway Trust fund monies to non Highway projects and the current administration s plans of withholding an additional billion from the Trust fund at the end of this year. Officers re elected by the Board Are alias n. Pearman president t. E. Pickard jr., executive vice president and general manager Frank d. Miller vice president and corporate Secretary mrs. Coleman w. Roberts treasurer Edgar a. Brown of Barnwell or. Robert c. Edwards of Clemson a. H. Graham of Hillsborough n. C., and Josh l. Home of Rocky mount. N. C., vice presidents. B. R. Peterson was re appointed vice president and membership director. Value Brand sliced Bacon Salt cured rib Side la. Salt cured fat Back la. 15 South Carolina Grade a Small eggs 3 peppering farm stuffing 33c pm. We salad cubed 39 tide water Cranberry sauce Tidewater Peti pois Garden peas 303 size Frozen pies pet Ritz Sweet potato pies mincemeat pumpkins pies Large 22 of. Size a. 59 39 Merita Brown serve Rolls 4pk. Of 12 fresh produce fresh cranberries 39 Box stalk i d wee spot. Lb10e tangerines 39c coconuts 29s Jordans food mkt. 61oe. Pine prices Good through saturday Hormel fully cooked hams whole or Shank half 49 la. Fresh pork or half hams 59 fresh pork or half loins 47 fresh pork f i spareribs 39 fresh Large hens .39 fresh Small hens lb.29 old Bond 10-12 Hen Turkey Holly farm turkeys fresh size shrimp 89c . Fresh saltines Olla Box t Bama Mayonnaise 39

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