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Florence Morning News (Newspaper) - September 7, 1973, Florence, South Carolina2-a Friday september Florence ten receive sentences j after entering pleas a total of 10 persons were sentenced by county Judic William t. Mcgowan or. In the civil and criminal court of Viorence thursday after entering guilty pleas. The following pleas were entered Charles Mccllan. 22. Of it. 4. Viorence. Was sentenced to do Days or suspended to six months probation for illegal use of a Telephone. Herbert William Alford. 38, of Pine Cone Circle was Senten Cedlo one year or si.000, suspended to three months or for a second offence of driving under the influence. He was also sentenced to three years or suspended to five months or for a third offence of driving under the influence. Judge Mcgowan ordered the two sentences to run concurrently. Whitely. 39. Of it. 4. Florence was sentenced to one Yeier or si.000. Suspended to three months or and one year s probation for a second offence of driving under the influence. Sain Goodman. 4.1. Of it. 2. Pamplico. Was sentenced to 45 Days or for a second offence of driving under three years or suspended to five months or for a third offence under. The influence. The iwo sentences will run concurrently. Reed Allen. 46. Of it. 2, Effingham. Was sentenced to one year or suspended to three months or for a second offence of driving under the influence. Elijah Boyd 50. Of Andrews was sentenced to three years or suspended Tov five offence of driving under the influence. Willie Mccall or. 45, of 3lit Brown St. Was sentenced to three years or suspended to five months or for a third offence of driving under the influence. He was also Senten Cedlo 32 Days for a second of Fonse of driving under suspension and judge Mcgowan ordered credit Given for the 32 phys already served. Melvin . 47. Of Blackwell s trailer Park was sentenced to three years or suspended to five months or for a third offence of driving under the influence and 30 Days or for driving under suspension. The judge ordered the sentences to run concurrently. Bobby Thornton. Of Greenville was sentenced to 44 Days or s150 for driving under suspension. My. Gertrude Scott John h. Gadison i Margaret Mccolor Kiwan ians celebrate 50th birthday the Florence kiwanis club celebrated its half Century anniversary thursday night with a dinner for Mem Bers and spouses. Above from left Are or. And mrs. Mac King and or and mrs. Dan Mceachern. Mceachem is the organization s Only living charter member. King is this year s president of the club. Photo by Sonny Smith commissioners see county As farming disaster area seeks goal United Way provides Community services most of the the United Way of greater Flor ence has set for its 1973-74 goal will go to provide services for the Community s youth through member Agen cies that provide guide acc in a care Lional moral and he ally areas. One of these is the pee Dee big Brothers the Only one in which Volunteer men work directly with boys on an individual and personal basis. Johnny Powers firs i. Vice chairman of the United Way Campaign pointed out thursday Ilia while most of the big Brothers work is done by volunteers there is still a need to provide a professional Slaff. Pee Dee big Brothers last year provided 121 fatherless Florence boys with guidance and Friendship by men willing to invest their time and them selves in the boys who needed Powers said. The big brother program depends mostly on the professional Slaff thai must interview big Brothers and Litty Brothers and try to match them up for the greatest Benefit of the youngster. The professional staff can not Slop there but must make periodic checks with the Man. He boy and his Mother to help the beneficial relationship to Powers said big Brothers continues to need volunteers to work with boys of the Community but pointed Oul that there is an equal need for funds to provide for the program s operations. lie said we do have a United Way of supporting big Brothers and All the other organizations that work the Community s youth. The More successful our United Way Campaign. The More successful will be this valuable ser vice to the youth of Wiir com John j. Powers vice chairman Powers can speak authentically of big Brothers service. Since he. Himself is a big brother. District manager of Kyu liable life insurance society of n cd York he is vice chairman of the i be Dee executive Council for March of dimes a director of the Florence a vices and chairman of the recreation committee of the greater Florence chamber of Commerce. Powers is a native of Florence and a graduate of Mcclenaghan High school and the Citadel. He. His wife and daughter attend Central United method isl Church. Hyfred Meade morning news Slaff writer the Florence county Council agreed thursday to recommend thai the governor designate a Large portion of he county an agricultural disaster area due to the Impact of the recent Rains. If the disaster designation is approved by the Secretary of agriculture local Farmers who sustained a More than 10 per cent crop loss due to the Rains May be eligible for emergency assistance Loans through the Farmers i ionic administration. The agricultural disaster designation by the county coun cil is a new requirement by the Farmers Home administration Fra county super visor dig so. Hill said. Prior to August emergency assistance Loans could be granted upon the recommendation of a Fra county supervisor he said. The agricultural disaster area assessment is based on the recommendations of county agriculture and emergency preparedness leaders. Hill said. Their recommendations arc then referred to the county governing body fora Nival. He said. Hill anticipates Between to 40 Farmers in the county will qualify for emergency assistance Loans. Hotline 662-2575 hours Are 7 . Until ii . Monday through thursday and from 4 p. M. Friday until 7 . Monday special showing of Tom Sawyer set for saturday a special Ono Liine showing of the adventures of Tom will beheld saturday morning at the Capri theatre As a fund raising project for 4-11. With benefits for the Florence county clubs. Taken from Tecl Kwik by Mark Twain the film is the Story of mischievous boys. Indian . The Mississippi River anti the River ii is intended As entertainment for the whole family. The Box office opens Al . The film begins at 111 and admission for everyone is 51.00. About 1.300 Farmers in the South Southwest and Western part of the county sustained substantial crop losses due to the Rains Between mid june and mid August. Hill said. Council gave first Reading approval of an ordinance which if Given final approval will require the licensing of All per sons providing private residential solid waste service in the county. The ordinance requires private collectors to provide a specific performance Bond equal to last year s Gross profits or s10.000 for firms just starting in business. Private collectors using the county Green i fixes As a Dum Ping site rather than the. Sanitary Landfill Al Effingham will have their License revoked. The commission declined to Lake any action on a proposed ordinance to establish an official map of Florence county. Action was delayed in allow the county attorney Lime to study the ordinance and to allow councilmen time to obtain maps showing the exact location of the proposed new traffic arteries thai arc to be recommended in the Florence area transportation study Cliff Rudd. Florence director of research and development said the proposed ordinance is enabling legislation Hal will pave the Way for he adoption of the official county map. The official map will preserve _ the right of ways for the proposed traffic arteries he said. Council gave tentative approval of the expenditure of 51.12 million in Revenue sharing monies the county is to receive during fiscal 1973-74. Tentative approval of Hie expenditure is needed to com ply with the planned use report required by the . Treasury department. County finance director . Dene Klugh said. The Council tentatively agreed to allocate an additional to the social services building toward the Purchase of an a Ray unit for the county he ally department s500.000 to Correct drainage problems in the county and toward the proposed civic Center. Council approved on first Reading the adoption of an ordinance establishing a personnel policies and procedures manual for All county employees. The Council tabled a request from magistrate Carolyn Smith for to be applied Loward her expenses to attend a week seminar in London. England she said she will pay of the the seminar sponsored by the British magi urals association will show Mem Bers of the new York and Smith Carolina magistrates associations the pc rations of the British magistrate system. Teacher exams to be Given four times hartsv1lle mrs. Ger Trude Scott. 70. Formerly of Hartsville. Died sunday at her Home in Baltimore. Md., after a Long illness. Funeral services will be con ducted sunday at in Green Hill Baptist Church by the Rev. W. H. Bishop. Burial will be in the Church cemetery directed by Young and Young funeral Home. Mrs. Scott was born in Darlington county a daughter of the late Robert and Josephine Pooler Hankins. She was the widow of the late Willie Scott or. Surviving Are six daughters mrs. Lossie Mac Council of Hartsville. Miss Agnes Scott. Mrs. Eloise George. Miss Bell Scott and miss Gertie Lee Scott All of Baltimore my. And mrs. Huby Lee Miller of Ile mislead three sons. Willie Scoll or. And Hosie Scott both of Lart Seville and James Scott of Philadelphia. A. 34 grand children and 20 great grand children. Mrs. Nancy Shaw Kingstree mrs. Nancy Shaw. 82. Died wednesday at the Home of Herson after a Short illness. Funeral services will be con ducted saturday Al 4 . In it. United methodist Church by the Rev. B. C. Rouse. Burial will be in Mcgill cemetery directed by Dionery and Rogers funeral Home. Mrs. Shaw As the wife of the Lale Scriven Shaw. Surviving Are three sons Willie Shaw of Greeleyville. Roland Shaw of Kingstree and Arthur Shaw of Columbia iwo daughters. Mrs. Lucille Black Well of Hollis. . And mrs. Ellen Wright of Jersey City . And two Brothers Arnett Montgomery of Lake City and James Montgomery of Darling ton. Mrs. Louise Alston mrs. Louise Scott Alston. 48. Died monday in a Columbia Hospital after a Long illness. Funeral services will be con ducted at 2 . Saturday Al Bethlehem Baptist Church by the Rev. B. J. Gordon. Burial will be in Crossroads cemetery. Directed by Redmond funeral Home of Kingstree. Born in Williamsburg county. She was a a Naughler of the late Benjamin and Lou Porter Scott. Surviving Are her husband. Lloyd Alston of Connecticut a daughter. Miss Delores Alston of Boston. Mass two sons Benjamin Scott or. Of Philadelphia a and Edward Scott a brother. Elijah Scott of sailers a half brother. Herman Brown of Greeleyville and a grandchild. Ammond Gaskins Mcbee John Henry Gadison. 51, died at his Home wednesday after a Long illness. Funeral services will be con ducted at 2 . Saturday in Galilee Baptist Church by the Rev. Hough. Burial will be in Community cemetery directed by Young and Young funeral Home. Or. Gadison was born in Mcbee a son of the late John and Freedonia Ashwood Gadison. Surviving Are his wife mrs. Easther Peoples Gadison of the Home two sons John Henry Gadison or. And Steave Dennis Gadison both of the Home two Sisters. Miss Mary Ann Ash Wood and mrs. Laura Harrison Bolh of Patterson . Lonnie l. Lynch funeral services for Lonnie Leo Lynch. 14-month-old son of arid Katie Harrolson Lynch of re. 2, Effingham. Will be con ducted Friday at 5 . In the Lebanon free will Baptist Church by the Rev. Adam Scott. Burial directed by Louden mire funeral Home will be in Florence memorial gardens. Pallbearers will be Lonnie Harrelson. Louis . Jimmy Lynch and Rue lunch. Lonnie was fatally in uric when struck by a car near his Home wednesday night. Surviving besides his parents Are a Lynch or. Of the Home his paternal grand Lynch of Florence and his paternal great grand Mother. Mrs. Janie Connor of Florence. Mrs. Susie Byrd Darlington funeral services for mrs. J. Emmett Susie Byrd. 57. Of Smyrna. Ga., formerly of Carlsville. Will be conducted Friday at 4 . In Kistler funeral Home by the Rev. Milton Frazier and the Rev. Robert Edwards. Burial will be in Pine Grove United methodist cemetery. Mrs. Byrd died tuesday in a Smyrna a. Hospital. Pallbearers will be Byrd. Lonnie Brown. Willard Brown. Roger Byrd Richard Johnson and Joel Tyner. Horace e. Powell new Horace e. Powell. 51, died thursday after noon in a Charleston Hospital after a Long illness. Funeral services will be announced by floyds funeral Home. Kingstree mrs Margaret Mcclary 60, died thursday in a Kingstree Hospital after a Long illness. Funeral arrangements will be announced by Redmond funeral Home. Born in Williamsburg county she was a daughter of the late Delbert and Margaret f. Evans. Surviving Are her husband Lifrage Mcclary a daughter mrs. Melenos Hunter of new York City a son Edward Mcclary of the Home a sister mrs. Esther Taylor of King Stree and two Brothers Joseph Evans of sailers and George Evans of Washington . Eramus. Clark Marion Eramus c. Clark 77, died wednesday at his Home after a Long illness. Funeral services will be con ducted at 11 . Saturday Al pee Dee Southern methodist Church. Burial will be in the Church cemetery directed by Smith Brothers funeral Home. Born in Marlboro county he was a son of the late . And Catherine Wallac Clark. Surviving Are a daughter. Mrs. Hazel Hamilton of Lexing ton. . Two sons. Clyde Clark and Carl Clark Bolh of Charlolle. . Four Sisters. Mrs. . Hood and mrs. Lula Christmas both of Marion mrs. Wilson erring of Bennettsville and mrs. Ethel Moore of Baltimore. My two Brothers John Clark of Florence and George Clark of Baltimore. My. And several grandchildren. Karl e. Myers funeral services for Karl Emil Myers. 5r. Of 134 n. Aiken or. Will be conducted at 2 . Friday in Waters funeral Home by he Rev. J. N. Philbeck and he Rev. J. T. Of ency. Burial will he in Florence memorial gardens. Pallbearers will be Clyde c. Windham. Craig Dozier. Jack Martin. Wayne j. O Brien. Murray Thigpen and Jimmie Jones. Or. Myers died tuesday after a Long illness. Other s. C. Deaths mrs. Don k. Adams. Yuniter. Mrs. Ruby b. Hatfield. Sumer. Arnold Brockman Morecr. Freeman Graham Tillman. Mrs. Trannie s. Amick Gilbert. Miss Ether Ackerman cot Taguville. Charlie Wise Ridgeway. Millard. Flake. Wagener. Fred e. Boland new Berry. N Gih Lemm be Fetn Ltd t j892 the National teacher examinations in Tel will he offered four limes during the current school year at Mcclenaghan 1 Ligh school. The four lest Dales will be nov. 10, Jan. 2g. Apr. Sand july .20.1974. The application deadline for the nov. . 18. The n to includes a com Mon examination which measures professional preparation and general educational background and an area examination which measures Mastery in the subject a Leachjr will Leach. A bulletin of information for containing a Lisl of test centers information about the exams and regi Siaion forms May he obtained at the office of guidance and placement at Francis Marion College or by mail from National teacher examinations. Box 111. Educational testing service. Princeton. Is .j.085-10. Sky City opens hundreds of shoppers swarmed through Florence s newest store thurs Day As discount Center officially open its doors at 10 . The new store is located in the hallmark shopping Center on s. Irby Street. Bargain counters were surrounded All Day by shoppers taking advantage of opening Day sales at the discount store. Photo by Sonny student gets announcement of honors a senior Al James f. Byrnes Academy has been notified thai she is to he featured in the seventh annual edition of who s who among american High school Debbie Elliott a daughter of or. And mrs. Hugh m. Kill Tollof Florence will in addition to having her biography published will be eligible to compete for one of ten scholarships Given by the publication. Miss kill Roll plans to attend Clemson University following . Lake City Ammond Gaskins died in a Columbia Hospital Lale thursday after a Long illness. Funeral arrangements will be announced by Brockington funeral Home. Mrs. Flossie Hickson mrs. Otis Flossie Hickson. 50. Of 906 Spring Valley drive died in a local Hospital thursday night after a Short illness. Funeral arrangements will he announced by Waters funeral Home. Wilbur Peterson Wilbur Peterson of Cartersville Community died thursday in a Greenville Hospital. Funeral arrangements will be announced by Ideal Funera parlor. Ernest Benjamin funeral services for Ernest Benjamin of Baltimore. My. Formerly of Florence county will be conducted Al Friday Al Ideal funeral Pabloi by the Rev. I a. Graham burial will be in Sunset memory gardens. Or. Benjamin was born ii Florence county a son of in Lale or. And mrs. Hamp Ben Jamin. He died sunday i Baltimore. My. Surviving Are a daughter miss Lindy Benjamin a son Donald Benjamin Bolh n Baltimore his Slep Solhei mrs. Jessie Dumas of Stan Ford. Conn. Four Sisters. Or pc cola James miss a icily Benjamin of Florence. Or Louise Scoll of Stamford. Com and mrs. Gloria Bryant i Baltimore. My and a brother Ivory Benjamin of Baltimore my rearranging funerals Many of our friends desire to make arrangements in Advance of need. At Waters have 80 years of experience Leilh counselling without obligation. We offer to the Public a free brochure on rearranging funerals. National selected mortician 80 years of service Florence s leading funeral Home and Chapel cos. Dargans. Florence

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