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Florence Morning News (Newspaper) - September 24, 1970, Florence, South CarolinaConvocation slated sunday at Coker Hartsville a Coker College student body of some 350 including one of the 62-year-old College s largest freshman classes will be addressed by Depker president Gus Turbeville Friday at a convocation officially opening the 1970-71 col lege year. On this traditional occasion set for 8 . In the College auditorium or. Turbeville will officially initiate his second Coker presidential year like his first As both presiding officer and chief speaker. New and returning students and personnel Are also to be greeted by leaders of major Campus organizations. Charles w. Coker of Hartsville will speak for the College Board of which he Heads. Mrs. Kenneth w. Krueger of Hartsville will represent the alumni association of which she is Darlington District chairman. The College Studer government association is to be represented by the 1970-71 president senior Priscilla Perry of Mullins. The opening exercises will be concluded in the College drawing room with a customary reception honouring new students and Carolina Power firms slash system voltage by the associated press both Duke Power co. And Carolina Power and Light co. Planned to go Back to Normal voltage late wednesday Atter two Days of reducing voltage by 5 per cent to customers in North Carolina and South Caro Florence student wins scholarship Ronnie n. Oliver Junior horticulture major at Clemson University receives a certificate citing his selection As recipient of the 1970-71 Ralston Purina scholarship. The presentation is made by or. Huton s. Davis left District sales manager of Ralston Purina co. In Greenville As Dean w. H. Wiley of Clem son s College of agriculture and biological sciences looks on. The scholarship is awarded on the basis of demonstrated excellence in leadership character and Scholastic achievement. Oliver is the son of mrs. Mary Lee Oliver it. 4, Florence. Ilina. Spokesmen at the two companies said plans were to go to full voltage late in the Day. The spokesmen said the 5 per cent voltage reduction was so slight it was unnoticeable. Appliances operated slightly slow county Highway widening project hearing scheduled at Lake City Lake City widening of u. S. Between Lake City and eff inseam to Multi Lane standards proposed j h Shway department conducted route 521 a corridor hearing on the pro personnel. Both convocation and to the subject of a state reception Are open to the Public. Highway department design prayers of invocation and to pc Public hearing at 11 . Benediction will be offered at the convocation by or. Deane l. Shaffer chairman of the Coker religion department. Kenneth j l. Wilmot of the College music faculty is in i prelude and pors Lude. Unlimited Chip Wilki Jav interiors oct. 21 in Lake City. Chief h Shway commissioner Silas n. Pearman said hear ing would be held in the City Hall build no. Posed project october 28 of last year. Pearman said All interested persons Are invited to attend the hearing and present their views on the economic social and environmental effects of the proposed improvements. R location assistance pro Grams for persons whose Homes and businesses Are displaced by the project will be discussed at the hearing. Organ the p Annerl widening extends from the end of the four Lane Section at the . 52 and . 301 intersection in Effingham southerly to Lake City a i related maps and drawings of 12.9 Miles. J will be available for Public in the proposed improvements Section and copying in the would consist of upgrading the Highway department heavily travelled route to Multi administration building o n f j lanes along the sex i s t i n g Senate Street in Columbia of the Highway. The . Route 52 is already four Lane Road from Darlington to Florence and from Flornece to Effingham a distance of about 20 Miles. Additionally t h e highly department awarded a million contract in May for construction of a 5.5-mile . 52 by pass around Darlington. The Highway department is also widening route 52 to four lanes Between Lake City and Kingstree under a ?2.2 million contract let in april. This project is 12.7 Miles Long. In Berkeley county Between monks Corner and it. Holly . 52 is being completely rebuilt on new location As a four Lane divided Highway under a million contract. This project has been underway for about a year. Duke Power spokesman the voltage reduction did or and took a Little heat they said. A said not affect customers meters which measure current usage not voltage. Thus there will be no reduction in Power Bills. The Duke spokesman said the situation to its custom ers in the Piedmont area of North and South Carolina was improving during the Day. One of the two steam generating facilities which were out of serv ice tuesday was Back in opera Tion. Has been supplying Power to Duke and to Virginia electric and Power because of the shortage in the East and cause of tie Drain. Section d Mburu Itig thursday september 24, 1970 1-0 Columbia ceremony s. C. Commission for Blind to get recorded textbooks Columbia Blind and visually handicapped South Carolinas has available what is believed b be the largest col Lection of materials i recorded text the world according to or. Fred l. Crawford executive director of the South Carolina commission for the Blind. The recorded texts which Are on discs was presented to the commission s Library by Don Staley executive director recording for the Blind inc., in a ceremony thursday i n Columbia. Culling the ribbon to officially place the Texas into circulation was Richland county sen Hyman Rubin. Collection of textbooks on discs will be available on loan free of charge to any South carolinian who cannot see to read regular commission executive director or. Fred l. Crawford said. Recording for the Blind inc., which is headquartered in new York is making the presentation to the state Agency because of the need for space in its Central Library storage area. The Transfer of this huge Library was made possible because recording for the Blind will no longer Stock pile or. Crawford said. Only master tapes will be retained in new York and copies will be produced As Rob according to Crawford receives no government support and is entirely a citizen contributed Effort. Its recording service involves More than volunteers who work at 2li professionally equipped recording studios in major cities like Phoenix ariz., los Angeles calif., Miami. Fla., Chicago 111., and Detroit Mich. Rob will record any educational textbook on re Crawford commented. Request is Ever refused if the need is ing for an Crawford said. When t h e applicant s eligibility is established As explained in the application a machine will be issued and will be maintained free by the the addition of these discs to our commission Library brings to More than the number of titles we now have available or. Crawford continued. The additional 4.000 includes braille volumes tapes Large print materials talking books and even a collection of music Blind Public school and col-1 since the Library has been in lege students in South Carolina Are indeed fortunate to have available to them without Cost this unusual he pointed out. The materials can be mailed postage free and All books can be played on the talk ing Book machines distributed by the commission from the Library of talking books Are available without Cost to those who cannot see to read and will play either the textbooks in our new col Lection or current Best Sellers and c r a w f o r to asserted. All thai is necessary to receive a talking Book machine and to utilize the talking Book records in the Library is to write a letter to the commission ask operation we have had requests for books from As far away As he concluded. We even have a medical doctor in Boston using some of our taped Law further information on the commission s Library and talk ing Book program is available on request from the South Carolina commission for the Blind 1400 main Street Columbia s. C. 29201. Special today lunch. 96 Roney s restaurant across from Sci passenger station non Roll High wait shapes and slims inner elastic a bands lift and firm Tummy persuasive Nylon and Lycra spandex body creates Long smooth lines. Satin elastic Back panel trims derriere everything s kept in proportion. Including the Price that s a Skinny Little save 2.01 on average Rise panty Girdle regular Sale priced for 3 Days while he s handing out cigars we re handing out savings. 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