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Florence Morning News (Newspaper) - November 28, 1973, Florence, South Carolina2-a wednesday november 2t, 1973 Florence Mormimo news local Gas dealers organize about two dozen Florence Darlington area service station operators elected Wilbur Hilson president of the Florence Chap Ter of the s. C. Service station dealers association during an meeting Here tuesday. Allen Hill was elected vice president of the local chapter and Fred Knight was elected treasurer. Kelly Anderson was elected Secretary. Referring to the phase in regulations governing the retail Price of gasoline and president Nixon s request for service station operators to close on sunday state association president Walter Jennings told operators service station dealers Are faced with a hard Load and a Tough Road and you won t gel anything unless we All join together. There Are doctor lawyer and restaurant associations Why should t Here be a service station operators he said. Association executive director George Traynor or. Brought a Ripple of laughter from the operators when he commented the reason people Don t sue doctors and dentists is because they Are Traynor a service station operator for More than g41 years. , the major Oil companies have made More Money this year than Ever before and the service station operators have made Jennings a Charleston ser vice station operator said the state association which is affiliated with the National Congress of Petroleum dealers is working to have the phase in restrictions removed from the retail Price of gasoline. The Price of gasoline should he regulated by Competition he said. Regarding president Nixon s recommendations for a sunday shutdown of service stations and mandatory Gas allocations Jennings said we might As Well turn the key Over to the Federal president Nixon is trying to controls slowly he said. But Gas rationing is coming about within. Two to three months Jennings added. Jennings said the state association is recommending that service station operators go along with the president s request that stations close on sunday. But Jennings also pointed out that Many station operators make their profit from Friday saturday and sunday business. Unless More profit is put into the service station business a lot of Good businessmen will have to close their Jennings said.1 due to reductions brought about by Gas allocations to stations Many station operators Are not getting enough Gas to pay inc rent on supplier., owned stations Jennings said. R in Mem two Simm from left Kelly Lynch and Thomas Admire United Way s record 1973 Campaign this year s Victory was celebrated tuesday night by 125 United Way volunteers still Short of goal United Way fund drive sets record a new record was set even though the goal was this is truly a Victory said Pat Kelly director of the 1974 United Way Campaign As 120 of his fellow volunteers gathered tuesday evening to cheer and award their accomplishments. Exactly have been raised by the Campaign of recent months according to Pat per cent of the goal. But although More than ahead of past years totals this year s drive will continue for a few weeks until most of the segments of the Community have met 100 per cent of their goals. Kelly said. Three Campaign leaders were lauded by Kelly for having surpassed 100 per cent in their divisions Bill Thomas in manufacturing and wholesale Lee Floyd in finance and Jim Nelson in governmental employees. All 15 division chairmen received snoopy hero War replies of the canine comics Star. School policy plan outlined to Board Kelly also noted the Success of the us s new loaned executives program in which four men from four Florence businesses were excused from their company responsibilities one Day a week during the Campaign. They were Ken Tuthill of Stephenson Brinkley of c. S. Bank Tom Bruce of Dupont and Ralph Mcadams of general electric. Kelly then introduced the Man who will Lead next year s greater Florence United Way Campaign 74--Johnny Powers who was a vice chairman this year. Kelly himself had been a vice chairman this fall until he original chair Man. Craig Wilkes. Moved to North Carolina. Powers recognized electromotive corporation Dupont Union Carbide Southern Bell and Vul Craft corporation whose combined employee business contributions were each sufficiently great to pay the expenses of All 25 agencies and i groups funded by the United Way for three weeks. The volunteers were entertained by the entire cast from the Florence Little theater s october production of hello know it alls Maysville. Wash. One fifth of the sectors at Marysville High school will graduate Early this year. They be run out of classes Lotak e. School officials say 63 seniors want to leave at mid year to pursue further education or jobs. The Early graduation re quests Are n result of limited course offerings. The curriculum has been Cut because of a problem raising school officials said. A National school Board association Onsba member has outlined for the h Loren be school District one s Board the costs procedure and advantages of the codification of school Board policies. Luce director of the Onsba s educational policies service addressed the group tuesday night Al the Board s invitation. Accompanying Luce was Gary Ashley executive director of the South Carolina school Board association scuba i. Codification of policies said Luce can As Sist the Board in Legal Battles in negotiations with teachers unions in creating consistency meetings in simplifying discipline mat the project completion of a policy manual will also serve As Mirror image of your noted Ashley. The Cost is a figure Well below the average. The Onsba Extension is a non profit organization based in Waterford Conn. The local school Board has promised to answer Luce s proposal in the Early months of 1974. Breaking the Cost into payments Over two fiscal years is under consideration. Another option is buying the service in con Junction with other districts since Luce s staff can dovetail travel expenses the Cost drops. Compiling a policy manual begins with a. Perusal of teacher s handbooks meeting minutes any documents which include writ ten or implied codes. Then Board policies and administrative rules they Are separate Are identified and coded both by color and a descriptive term. About 80 per cent of the policies arc said Luce. We will prepare Brand or recommended policies Al your request. We will never change a policy that s not our right we. Will put these policies in writing As the exist. Should a staffer find a dangerous policy we will Call it to your attention while a recommended policy and submit it Fervour Luce added. That s called the codification staff also conducts monitoring review and orientation sessions to feel out new policy areas to ascertain that the manual reflects the Way things Are being o clean up the manual to teach the local boards How to keep the manual updated. The educational policies service also provides the districts with file folders for building a backlog of policy related material and makes available their research Library. The end result of the six months of com piling coding checking and discussing is the policy manual. It s right there to show the Community you have nothing to hide and it s helpful on Luce said. The school Board without one is going to lose the Battle said Ashley. The South Carolina so a has endorsed the codification of policies. Or. W. Bruce Crowley District one school superintendent commented we want to be consistent one Board meeting to the next one school to the next. We re All Busy people the time we can save making decisions is time we can spend doing something the codification of policy system is open ended Luce said. That is if a policy does t fit a particular term it can be placed under its own category. Soggy play la Jolla. Calif. Api 100 per cell Chance of rain is the name of a musical based on Noah and his Ark. Presented this week by Young people of the Jolla presbyterian Church. Tommy Mixon mrs. Allie on Brister 3 arrested in slaying Darlington Al least three persons have been arrested in connection with the Shotgun slaying of a 75-year-old Kelley town Man according to unofficial sources tuesday. But Darlington county Law enforcement officials refused to comment on the arrests. Chief sheriff s Deputy Harris Jeffer son said however that no one has been charged with the Mur Der. Kalph w. Segars was found shot to death around noon Friday in his one room country store in Kelley town. Since then state Law enforcement division sled agents and the sheriff s department have been conducting an intensive investigation into the incident. The three men have been arrested for questioning the source said and also said that a weapon was found on the person of one suspect. Segars was known to carry a Large sum of Cash which was missing at inc time his body was discovered. Another source said that the purse in which Segars kept his Large Bills was found discarded approximately a half mile from the country store. Sheriff s department officials said they would release More information wednesday. Hartsville Tommy. Mixon tuesday mor Ning in a Hartsville Hospital after a Short illness. Funeral services will be con ducted at 11 . Thursday from the Lydia congregational holiness Church. Burial will be in the Liberty Hill Baptist Church cemetery directed by Atkins funeral Home. Or. Mixon was bom in Darlington county a son of the late Hosie and Mamie Lloyd Mixon. He was engaged in the retail grocery business in the Liberty Hill Community. Surviving Are his wife Ruth Beasley Mixon of the Home eight daughters. Mrs. Virginia Mcdougald. Mrs. Annie Mae Johnson mrs. Alice Kelley mrs. Paula Ruth Galloway miss Hazel Mixon miss Linda Mixon. Mrs. Betty Kay Garridy miss Phyllis Mixon All of Hart Seville six sons Edward Mixon Allen Mixon Wilbur Mixon Billy Joe Mixon Robert Mixon Donnie Mixon All of Hartsville a brother Ernest Mixon of Hartsville two sister. Mrs. Lila Segars and mrs. Annie Beasley both of Hartsville also 23 grandchildren. Sta Ruth Williams Baltimore. My. Mrs. Ruth Boneparth Williams died saturday in a Baltimore Hospital after a Short illness. Funeral services will be con ducted thursday at noon in Mcmillan funeral Home. Burial will be in memorial Park. Baltimore. My. Surviving Are her Mother. Mrs. Elizabeth Boneparte three Sisters mrs. Rosa Mae Jackson. Mrs. Elizabeth Green and mrs. Beatrice Pompey All of Darlington three Brothers. Claude Boneparte and Robert Boneparte both of Baltimore. Md., and Clarence Boneparte of Tampa Fla. Center staff changes told Florence detention Center correctional officer James s. Dew has been promoted to shift Captain. Jail administrator j. J. Bauer announced tuesday. C Apt. Dew has been with the detention Center since it began operation in september of 1972. Prior a correctional officer capt. Dew served in various Law enforcement capacities including service with the Florence police department the Ola la police department and the Lamar police department. He attended the South Carolina police Academy and the criminal Justice Academe. Capt. Dew 39. His wife Louise and their son reside in Florence. Bauer also announced the addition of three correctional officers to the detention Center staff. James Thomas spell 22, began his duties in mid novem Ber and prior to that had been employed with the Pamplico police department the Florence ambulance service and the . School for boys. He also served two years in the u. S. Navy and he and his wife Dianne reside in Florence. Willie David Doles 38, and James Robert Mccutcheon. 31, will begin work with the detention Center dec. 1. Doles and his family reside in Florence and Mcculcheon and his family reside in Lake cily. Energy panel plans drive Mcbee funeral services for mrs. Alliean Brister will be conducted wednesday at 1 . In the new Hope United. Methodist Church. Burial will be in the Church cemetery directed by Young and Young funeral Home. Mrs Brister 90, died saturday Cheraw nursing Home after a Long illness. She was born in Chesterfield county a daughter of the late Albet and Epsie King Brown. She was a member of new Hope United methodist Church and the missionary society she was the widow of James Ellis Brister. Surviving Are a daughter mrs. Florine Boyce of Norfolk a. A son Willie Brister of Mcbee 12 grandchildren and five great grandchildren. R. Darlington Raymond George Johnson. 84, died Mon Day in a local nursing Home after a Long illness. Funeral services will be con ducted wednesday at . In Kistler funeral Home. Burial will be in the Forest Hill cemetery in Ann Arbor mich., later this week. The family suggests that friends May wish to make memorials to the Epworth United methodist Church. L. Frankie Norris hahtsv1lle funeral services for l. Frankie Norris 38, will be conducted at 4 . Wednesday at the Assembly of god Church. Burial will be in Magnolia cemetery directed by Brown Pennington Atkins funeral Home. Or. Norris died monday in a Hartsville Hospital Aller a Short illness. D. M. Herring Merrill herring. 60. Died monday in a Florence Hospital following a Long illness .1 in was born in Dillon county son of d. I. Hen ing and Annie Jackson herring. He was a car Penter and a life Long resident of Dillon county. Funeral services will beheld no 2 . Thursday in East Dillon Baptist Church. Burial will be in Riverside cemetery directed by Cooper funeral Home. Surviving Are his wife. Mrs. Aleen Lane herring of Dillon one son. Jimmy herring of Texas three Sisters. Leonakis by and Annie Williamson both of Dillon and . My. Two Brothers. David and Lemnie Ferring Bot i of Dillon three grand children. Rupert c. Miles Dillon Rupert car Miles 55. Died tuesday in 1 Florence Hospital after a illness. Son of the late Hufus and Edna herring Miles he a born in Marion county. He a a life Long resident of Dillon. Was a Mechanic and a Sunda school superintendent of in Dillon second Baptist Church. Funeral services will at 4 . Thursday in the Dill on second Baptist Church. Burial will be in Greenlawn cemetery directed by Cooper funeral Home. Surviving Are his wife. Ort Pha May Miles four sons William Carl Miles of Georgia Darryl and Milton Miles both o Dillon and Harold Miles o Augusta four Sisters mrs Catherine Carter of Clio. Mis.1 Cirace Miles. Miss Margarel Miles and mrs. Dorothy Joncy of Clio iwo Brothers Hoyt and Malcolm Miles both of Dillon two grandchildren. Edgar l Dovis or. Darlington funer3 services for Edgar lion Savji or. Will be conducted thursday at 4.. From Macedonia bag list Church. Burial will be in the Faith memorial gardens directed by Mitchell Josey Home. Or. Davis. 40. Died saturday in a Darlington nursing Home after a Long illness. He was bom. In Geneva ala., a son of Edgar Leon Davis or of taif Mcnea Davis. He Mayo High school in Darlington and West High school in a rots Ohio. A member

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