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Florence Morning News (Newspaper) - November 24, 1970, Florence, South CarolinaTuesday november 24, 1970 .9 Public support could be key major mental health facility possible by 1972 by William h. Durant morning news staff writer if plans work out area residents of All races and Ages who Are emotionally disturbed or mentally ill will probably no longer have to go to the state mental Hospital a t Columbia for treatments. They will be Able to receive much of that kind of help right Here at Home at a place called the Florence Marion Darlington comprehensive mental health Center hopefully As Early As 1972, if backers of the move have their Way. The word is hopefully because efforts and plans by the pee Dee health association s Board of directors to bring such a facility to the pee Dee have been con stantly deferred due several obstacles. The Board Hopes to have a sponsor for the Center soon but has met with com plications in obtaining one. Plans Are for the new Center to be added onto the existing facilities at the pee Dee Center. The pee Dee Center located Between Florence and Darlington is presently equipped to offer outpatient services professional consultation in Community serv ices diagnostic services and research and evaluation. Its staff s hours Are mostly part time and the Only full time employee is a psychiatric social worker. The remaining personnel include two other part time psychiatric social workers and one part time psychologist. A pair of private practising psychiatrists work at the Center one Day per week. In addition every room at the Center is an office which Means that there ape no Hospital Beds or other medical tools. An existing medical Center could Supply most of the needed equipment. The main obstacle standing in the Way for a new Center according to a member of the steering committee for the proposed Center mrs. Lucy Davis is Federal funds. The funds were first made Avail Able several years ago for local assistance in upgrading and establishing adequate mental health centers and Florence was on the top of for South Carolina in priority to receive those funds. This was because it met the three requirements set by the u. S. Department of health education and welfare the Agency who regulates allot ment of this Type of Money. There Are the right statistics on the extent of mental illness in this area it is serving a Large segment of the Popula Tion and probably most important of All Florence already has a working mental health Center started on its own. Said mrs. Davis due to our Lack of a professional person to compile the necessary information and put in an application for the Money Florence s place slipped Down on the list through the other areas such As Spartanburg and Greenville had this advantage Back then and applied for funds. Both now have their own Complete mental health facilities she said. Later the Board of directors of the pee Dee mental health association of which mrs. Davis is a member did hire what they Call a that person who has since assumed a Posi Tion elsewhere was to gather the necessary information to be submitted As part of the application for funds and establish connections with other organizations which might further the development of the comprehensive Center. The coordinator succeeded in acquiring some of the Basic information necessary for the application and in forming a Short lived in service training group with medical personnel from a local facility. However some of the hopefully beneficial area facilities such As hospitals that could serve As sponsors or co sponsors of medical services could not be persuaded to lend their Aid and bring us mrs. Davis noted. With this behind them the pee Dee Center Board is now determined to Start anew this time to accomplish what they have been trying to do for years and compile the application information to ask for the Money for themselves not later than next March. Word on the state of the application should be available not Long after it is submitted. We won t really know whether we will actually go ahead and ask for full said mrs. Davis until we Rule out the idea of a co Spartanburg has a Hospital co sponsor while Greenville has everything under one roof. A patient at the proposed comprehensive Center could receive some individual treat ment tailored to his needs As he progresses from initial diagnosis to prescribed treat ment and Back to Normal life in the Community without the effects of isolated Hospital residence she explained. It would add needed facilities to the pee Dee Center. Such improved plans close to Home should mean earlier release of Many More patients along with better follow up on the rehabilitation of returning patients from Columbia or elsewhere. A kindergarten will hopefully be added mrs. Davis said with possible help Given to the school District and other Agen cies. If such a service is to be she said the Community can play an important part for Volunteer workers will be called on for All types of help such As typists for the application which when completed will resemble a Book. Says mrs. Davis if we feel we re getting Public support then we will be Able to accomplish Many things. Apathy and the Lack of con Cern could defeat our City Council meeting housing program Resolution passed by Carl Reynolds morning news staff writer a Resolution establishing a meaningful and effective continuing housing program for Florence was adopted monday during a special meeting of the Florence City Council. I n another action Council signed a contract subject to approval and counter signing by the state College Board of trustees to run City water to Francis mar Ion College. A number of other items also were on the Agenda. Dominating the action however was the housing authority of Florence s pro position presented in behalf of the authority by Davis Byrd director of City planning. In essence the Resolution Calls for phasing current Public hous Mali thring projects Over a three year period in efforts to achieve present goals. It also provides for a continuance of supplying housing needs for years beyond the immediate goal of three years. As outlined the implementation of the three year program housing element Calls for 1971 scheduling a metropolitan wide housing con Ference for greater Florence s potential housing needs develop a uniform area wide code f such housing development establish procedures to reviews updating and revision the codes As deemed necessary to maintain compatible Harmon with the area s housing an population trends establish i term goals based on Curren studies and reviews meet Wil potential sponsors of federally supplemented or non supplemented to usin developers and increase the number of personnel and the financial budget of the housing authority in order that its in creasing work Load my be pro Perly implemented. Harvie c. Blackman Darlington funeral services for Harvie c. Blackman 58, will be conducted at 4 . Tuesday in Belk King funeral Home by the Rev. Warren Wardlaw and or. T. E. Simpson. Burial will be in Grove Hill cemetery. Or. Blackman died sunday in a Charleston Hospital after a Short illness. Pallbearers will be Thomas Rhodes Hallie Dewitt Wade Jordan Matthew Belissary Harold Jaillette and Ray clan ton. Honorary escorts will be John Jack Gardner Cliff Brown James p. Spot m o z i n g o Dudley Sam Rogol Frank Bynum Arthur Hinson and Marshall Germain. Or. Blackman was born in Darlington county a son of the late Robert Harvie and Emmie Byrd Blackman. He was a member of the Darlington presbyterian Church and was a retired merchant. In addition to his wife mrs. Mary Gunnells Blackman he is survived by a daughter mrs. A. Elvin Jean Hatchell of Fayetteville n. C. A brother Robert n. Blackman of Darlington and two grandchildren. In lieu of Flowers May be made to the american cancer society. Sgt. James m. Tilton Lake City funeral services for sgt. James m. Tilton 27, will be conducted at . Wednesday in High Hill free will Baptist Church by the Rev. L. A. Holliday and the Rev Hoyt Powell. Burial directed by Brockington funeral Home will in the Church cemetery with military honors. Sgt. Tillon was fatally injured saturday in an Auto collision near Anniston Ala. Mrs. Fannie Robinson funeral services for mrs. Fannie e. Robinson of 409 mock Row St., Florence will be conducted at p. M. Wednesday in Calvary Baptist Church by the Rev. Joseph Green. Burial directed by people s funeral Home will be in North View cemetery. Mrs. Robinson died saturday Wing in a local Hospital after mrs. Gertrude Charpia funeral services for mrs Gertrude Davis Turner Charpia 69. Of Charleston Heights an formerly of Florence count will be conducted at 11 tuesday in Stout entire Chape by the Rev. Bob Warden. Buria will be in Hewitt cemetery. Pallbearers will be Jam Barnio Dock Davis Jame Gore Isaac Smith Ray Turne and Roger Weatherford. Mrs. Charpia died sunday in Charleston Hospital after a Ion. Illness. Surviving Are her step Mother mrs. Katie Davis o Sylvania a. A daughter or Sara Amory of Cocoa Beach Fla. Two sons Charles e Turner and Grady l. Turner both of Charleston Heights five Sisters miss Stella Mae Davis mrs. Ralph Newton mrs. Sex Idine Weaver mrs. Dorothy Kelly and mrs. Charles Frontz All of Sylvania a. Two grandchildren and a great granddaughter. Wallace l. Howell Darlington Wallace l. Howell 79, of Darlington died sunday in a local Hospital after a Short illness. Funeral services will be con ducted at 4 . Tuesday in in Dian Branch methodist Church by the Rev. Vernon Deese and the Rev. William m. King. Burial directed by Belk King funeral Home will be in Indian Branch cemetery. Pallbearers will be grandsons. Or. Howell was born in Darington county a son of the lat a Long illness. Surviving Are Robert Robinson a son James Robinson of c o n w a y a laughter mrs. Fannie j. Bishop of new York and two grandchildren. Mrs. Lizenia Ervin Darlington fun Oral services for mrs. Lzenia Ervin will be conducted tuesday at 4 . At the Palmetto Baptist Chur ii by the Rev. E. M. Bur roughs. Burial Wilt be in t h e Church cemetery directed by Jordan funeral Home. Mrs. Ervin died Friday noon. Harmon h. And r e b e c c Lougenia Andrews Howell. H was a member of the India Branch methodist Church taught sunday school for Many years was a member of St David masonic Lodge and a a retired Farmer and con racer surviving Are four Cephas c. Howell of Florence Jack e. Howell of Lamar g Irby Howell of Darlington and Edward j. Lowell of Hartsville three daughters mrs. Ruth h Odom of Darlington mrs Margaret h. Edwards of Lydia and mrs. Evelyn h. Brandy of Mccoll a brother m. G. Howe of Charlotte n. C. 21 grandchildren and 18 great her husband grandchildren. Mrs. Josie mines mrs. Josie Barnhill hints 46, i widow of or. John lines died sunday in a local Hospital following a Long illness. Funeral services will be con ducted at noon wednesday in ii. M. Patterson funeral in Atlanta a. Home is in arrangements. Waters funeral charge of local mrs. Nines a native of Glenwood ga., was a daughter of the Laic g. C. And Josie Cameron Barnhill of Glenwood m. And Mcrae a. She spent mos of her life in Roswell. Ga., by lived in san Diego calif., Prio to moving to Florence in july o this year. Surviving Are a son join David Hines of Florence to Sisters mrs. J. P. Deering o san Diego and mrs. Maxc Barnhill of Philadelphia a. Two Brothers j. A. Barnhill o los Angeles calif., and Richan g. Barnhill of Florence. Mrs. Pattie Hatchell mrs. Pattie Mckenzie hat Chell 85, of 1309 Gregg Avenue widow of Lide b. Hatchell diet sunday in a local nursing Home following a Long illness. Funeral services will be con ducted at . Tuesday in vat cars funeral Home Chapel by he Rev. J. R. Aiken. Burial Wil e in mount Hope cemetery. Grandsons will serve As Active pallbearers. Mrs. Hatchell was a native of Dillon and was a daughter of the ate Eli and Dollie Spivey Mckenzie both of Dillon county. 3he was a graduate of Dillon High school. She was a member of the Manuel Baptist Church and he . Sunday school class f the Church. Surviving Are three daughters trs. S. R. Hattie Flowers of Lorence mrs. J. K. Margie Aldwin of Waycross ga., and j. J. Geraldine Bauer of Lorence three sons Richard Hatchell of Florence the eve. Jack h. Hatchell of Ware Loans and Earl r. Hatchell of Lorence a sister mrs. Ella m. Wright of Dillon 21 grandchildren and seven great grandchildren. Former chairman of employment panel Dies at 74 Piedmont s. C. A the former chairman of the South Carolina employment Security commission Charles v. Verner 74, died Early monday at his Home in Piedmont. Verner who also served two Erms in the South Carolina House of representatives re ired As chairman of the pm to Ament Security commission n 1964. Funeral arrangements were not announced immediately. As a state legislator Verner served As chairman of the Louse ways and Means com Mittee and As a member of Seren free conference committees. He was a 1926 graduate of College and a former resident of the Southern tax Ile athletic association. He Iso had served As chairman of he Greenville county demo Ratic party s executive com Mittee and As a Winthrop col Ege trustee. 1972 conduct housing Market and site analysis a establish goals for the Are establish a realistic three Yea schedule for housing services continue to Confer with Potentia housing development sponsors and involve More citizens direct participation in Are housing plans. 1973 initiate a new concentrated code for housing projects continue meeting wit housing developers continue t encourage More citizen participation in programs an continue to reduce Potentia elements of discrimination. The special meeting of Florence City Council was called b Point requests of the housing authority and the plan Hin department each feeling that adopting a soum and realistic housing element o program was of immediate urgency in View of pending applications filed with the department of housing and Urban renewal development Hud which funds Money for Var Ous studies and projects but withholds the disbursements o he funds until certain paperwork o r government red tape is completed. As an example hat for a study of downtown Central business District study which in the main will be a Multi million Urban renewal program is stil it Cash in the Bank unti Uch items As the workable using element plan i s adopted formally by Resolution. Although it was a specially convened session City Council ook other actions while in Assembly. Those actions included for mayor avid Mcleod to negotiate a contract with Francis Marion ollege through the state col be Board of trustees for the lying of a 12-Inch water main of a connection Point at the i g h w a y department main Nance and patrol head quarters to the College. The Peline to Span 3.3 Miles is to e installed at a Cost of Ith the City and the College to Are expenses. Proposed ordinance was issued on second Reading Call for the annexation of .49 res of land in the five. Points action the annexation being re ousted by petitions of Lan Downers involved. On second readings were three ordinances dealing with updating City building checking that anti freeze this Wos routine for Many Auto owners monday night As temperatures were expected to drop to the ,mid-20s. In picture above service station attendant Alton Church left checks anti freeze in Auto by Arthur Byrd. Those who forgot to give their autos the an Nual Check had Best be cautious this morn ing. Haggerty ordered removed As judge new Orleans a judge Edward a. Haggerty jr., who presided at the Clay Shaw conspiracy trial was ordered removed from office monday by the Louisiana supreme court in a 6-1 ruling stemming from Taggerty s arrest in a vice raid Nal characters engage in heavy habitual drinking in pub Lic promote and be a part of a scandalous and sordid party in the company of prostitutes such senators continued from Page 1a none of this is consistent with the purpose of a negotiated he said. At times tempers got Short. Senators declined to usually an automatic Senate As that held at the Motel resist i Courtesy. Youths still need lunches group says Washington a a group of civil rights Church and poverty organizations said Mon Day president Nixon has not kept his Christmas Promise to give All needy schoolchildren free or Cut Price school lunches by thanksgiving. In a Telegram to the White House the group said that al though the department of health. Education and welfare estimates there May be 14.7 Mil lion economically disadvantaged school children the department of agriculture reported giving Only 4.2 million free or Cut Price lunches Given in sep tember. Your Promise has not been the Telegram said. We believe millions of these children Are going hungry at lunch. We urge you take what Ever Steps Are necessary to in sure that All needy children will be i it referred to a Christmas eve 1969, statement by or. Jean Mayer the president s special adviser on nutrition who told a news conference i think what is being said Here is that the 6.6 million needy children will get a free school lunch program by thanksgiving 1970, and that it will Cost what it those signing the Telegram included the children s foundation he a act Legal defense a year ago. However the judgment was i Cial Branch in Good it made final pending an a fund the Owca the National n i i i j i e Rrt medical association found with arresting officers are1 Dole was Backell by sen calf lion the National association of hardly things to put the Hansen r-wyo., who said social workers the National arrest and engage in fisticuffs arresting the Camp chosen for the raid plumbing and electrical codes Sis tent with the latest revised editions of the Southern Stan Dard codes As amended with Only minor changes in contents and contexts. Eal by Haggerty for a rehear 1g the court upheld the state judiciary commission s recommendation that Haggerty be Dis listed for Public misconduct 1 the Bench so seriously delinquent As to bring disgrace and discredit upon the judicial Haggerty was among 17 per on arrested Dee. 17, 1969 at a a party at a Motel. That was veral months after he presid i Over the lengthy trial of Clay in who was found innocent conspiring to assassinate resident John f. Kennedy. Haggerty was found innocent All charges stemming from e arrest after judge Matthews welfare rights organization in dissent chief top r was i Cliel Afler the Black women s Community in dissent Niet judge Joe b. Came thai development foundation Hamiter said while i do not and cannot approve or condone the alleged illegal and perhaps immoral conduct of judge hag Gerty i do not find that it has interfered in any manner with that prisoners of War dying at this camp.1 his handling of the dockets and before it in closed session to sex Church women United Washington research project. Cru Sale against hunger. American meanwhile the foreign rela friends service committee nations committee decided to Call i tonal Council of negro women top administration j cases under his jurisdiction. Two hospitalized after wreck Here a Florence youth and an Olanta youth remained hospitalized monday after being involved in a truck car wreck sunday. Listed in satisfactory condition at Mcleod infirmary avowed by the administration were miss Susan Kay sen. George Mcgovern do Plain the policy behind the weekend raids. No Date was set. J noting that the raids came just a few Days after the administration asked Congress for a big new Aid program for Cam Bodia Fulbright told reporters it would seem to indicate that the actual policy is to escalate the War and to seek a military goal repeatedly i i today in Florence . Florence opt 9 Mist club meeting at t h c Braniff heard his Case with Mon Merv of 315 so n t to a Surv and threw ont most o so renewed that All out a jury and threw out most o state s testimony. The the Reading passed voter second establishing precincts and polling places to be identical to those established by the general Assembly. The City then had eight precincts it now has 13, numbered 1-14, skipping no. 13. Other s. C. Deaths w. B. Watts Pageland Perry Wright Pageland w. Joyuce Olar m. L. Major Greenwood l. J. Stancs Greenwood mrs. Emma Oliver Cheraw Willie Bickley Columbia mrs. M. F. Andrews West Columbia j. M. Kolami sr., Newberry ,1. A Stewart. Mrs. L. T. Tucker Rita Mcway w. G. Minis St. George ii. K. Dimmer Beaufort mrs. K. Casilles Kiln acc w j. Davis jr., Winnsboro miss n. K. Montgomery Blackstock j charges included soliciting for prostitution obscenity and re sisting arrest. The judiciary commission launched its investigation after the arrest and said Haggerty should be removed on grounds of wilful misconduct Haggerty 56, had argued there was no indication any off Bench activity Ever affected his behaviour on the Bench. One of his attorneys Robert Zibilich said he intended to apply for a rehearing. Although the judicial com Mission s investigation was sparked by the vice raid some of its subsequent accusations stemmed from alleged conduct not related to the Stag party. Among specific allegations by the commission were wilful and persistent failure to perform duties being habitual intemperate and frequently appearing in Public intoxicated having physical disabilities that seriously interfere with performance of duties and two separate charges of wilful misconduct. The supreme court upheld the commission saying there is no doubt but that the conduct and activities alleged and established by the record constitute violations of the Standard of conduct required of a judge by both the Constitution and the canons of judicial ethics the conduct As condemned and denounced is not misconduct in it is misconduct relating to office the court said to Consort with Public gamblers and Crimi Gillaird St Florence and Greg i ame Rajcan faces be Thompson 12, of Olanta. Miss Montgomery woman was headed broken ribs while the Thompson youth had a broken leg. Palm. A. J. Griffin or. And Palm. J. W. Nance of the City police department said the Montgomery woman was headed East on Evans Street when the Accident occurred about . A pick up truck driven by Kenneth Anthony Lewis 19, Jacksonville Fla., was headed South on Irby Street. The two vehicles collided at the Ter Section. Lewis and his wife. Withdrawn from Vietnam by next june 30. . Flornce Jay Cee meeting at Oakdale coun try club. . Florence Barbershop chorus practice at Central methodist Church. . Alcoholics Anonymous meeting at Central methodist Church. Mrs. Alice treated and local Hospital. Lewis 17, were released from cancer program to be presented a meeting of the Board of consultants of the tri county cervical cancer screening program will be held at 5 . Tuesday at Annex. Featured speaker for the monthly meeting will be or. Susanne Black District health officer for the pee Dee District of the state health do ailment. Black will discuss the District program of general Calth conditions according to Fiss Margaret Ervin health educator of Florence county. Miss Ervin said physicians rom Darlington Marlboro ind counties made up the Ward of directors. Or. C. B. Lush part time medical direct or of the cancer screening pro act will preside she said. parking Arta s. Funeral Chapfin when you Are unable to put into words your sympathy for the family Flowers express your sentiments perfectly. At Stoudenmire funeral we do our part by handling and arranging All Floral offerings with the greatest care. June 300 South Dargan Street distinctively finer service phone 662-5251

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