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Hillte Μ. Mew ch:it> with shipmate at Seattle World Fair —
Radioman First liass Itiliie M. Mew. Koute i. Tabor City, visited the World's Fair at Seattle. Washington recently. He is in the C. S. Navy assigned to the shin I'SS Bridget. DONALD Μ. LEE LACKLAND AFB. Tex. —Air man Basic Donald >1. I.ec, son of Λ1γ. and Mrs. Harvey B. Lee. Route 1. Conway. S. t'.. is br ing reassigned to the l imed Mates Air Force tecttmcai training course for adminis trative specialists at AmariUn AI· B. Tex. Airman Lee. v. h has completed his basic mili ary training here, was selected for advanced course on th« Su sis of his interests ami ;·.»»»» tudes. The airman is a 195S graduate of Conway »lieh School. Mental Health Ball And Dancc Set For Aug. 4 The newly organized Mrni..i Health (.'hnptcr «.! i! >> y ι' , - ty w it! hold its ··i--1 .m.iiu . bull mcl (Kin «· a' : < <; · ;:i F'orcst P.ilio Saturday, Ann. 4. from !) p. in. ΊίΙ 1. Music will hi furnished :v tin· 14-puei· C«>nw.> H'^.· Si In>■ .1 !J:«sι·· Hand nc i f tl··· leadership «if Dill Miller. In cast· <>f rain the d.itu' · wd' be held in th*. Oc\ «η Κπη Ball Room. Admission will be S3 per I cuupi.. Thi- w Ί1 be 'he first fund raismg > \ nt t· help establish 'Ait · .··. Clinic to seive , <*i11 si · y county. On July · i-.t· American Medical As suciation announced a nation· w; ,v campaign for mental to combat the "unfor tunate limat« ' n| public opin ion toward victims of menial illness. All pr«'co· from the dance will go to t!ie Menti.l Health Clinic fund since all charges and costs, even those of the band, have been waived. A 19-inch TV so* will be given aw .> at the «lance. The winner do«.·- not have to be present. Two Horry Students Winthrop Marshals Thirtv-two Winthrop College juniors have boon selected U> st i'vi as college marshals dur ing the next academic yea.·, according l > an ann< uncein> p.* by M:>s I\ ι 11. (iibson. dean oi women . The young women selccte I from the junior class on t!>o bas. >· of scholarship, character •'iν« p« rson.d attractiveness. They customarily take part i in the public events tmt occu·· on the Winthrop campus dur 1 inj! the year. The marshals include two Hurry County girls: Mary Ka thryn Davis. Conway; anu Marilyn Ann Miller, Conway, j Rehabilitation Center Opens At Florence FLORENCE—Palmetto Cenr | er. the first state supporter treatment and rehabilitation center for alcoholics in South Carolina, initially opened »ti : doors to receive patients July 3. The 30 bed in-patient center ' is situated on a 25 acre tract off highway 52. five miles northwest of Florence. It hai, been under construction since I June 1.961 at a cost of $365.ono in state and federal appropn ations. Five modern buildings, con nected by a maze of covered walkways, make up the physic- j 1 al plant «>1 the· center. The j main building known as "«ul ministration." houses adminis trative and staff offices, a lab oratory, diognostic and treat ment rooms, and a 111 bed re ceiving section for all incom ing patients. Facilities Λ 20 bed •'dormitory" build- , ing consisting of eight semi- ' privat«.· rooms for men and two ! semi-private rooms lor women patients houses the bulk of the patient load. The "group therapy" build ; ing includes a library and as • sembly area lor group meet 1 ings. Another structure called the j ••vocational" building accomo- ! dates a pre-vocational area, , conference rooms. office, and patient testing area. Dining facilities are located in the "service' building, which also holds th<* kitchen and food storage facilities, is well as the J center's maintenance shop. A trained professional staff will provide a well-rounded ; program ··! treatment and re habilitation fur the alcoholic, designed tu better help then adjust without alcohol to a normal, worthwhile way of Iii«. Admission Admission to the center is on :» voluntary basis only. Refei rals may be made by privet·· physicians, county healtn and mental health clinics, and local councils on alcoholism. Pati ents must be sober when they arrive for treatment. Only re sidents of this state will bo ac cepted. Patients will be expected tu pay. when able, or provide proof of indigency from the Ιυ· L'ul welfare agency. Once ac cepted, a patient is expected to remain at least 28 days or even longer if the center's rehabili tative staff recommends addi tional time. State Program Palmetto Center will be op erated under the directoiship jf the South Carolina Alcohol· ic Rehabilitation Board, L/r. Walter R. Mead. Florence. Chairman. Another phas·.' ot the total state alcoholic reha bilitation program already in operation is that ol the adult education division with oit»cc.*|l in Columbia. Yet other ptia^cs J to come include out-patient j centers (or rtwverfd alcohol- J ics. and research intonewurin.s ; ot alcoholism. , Loris Business Houses Agree On Closing Membt rs of the I.<>ris Mer chants Asswiatiun voted Mini- ί day to close their business establishments on Wednesday afternoons from tlv Wedne - [lav after the close of the to bacco market until the Wed nesday before Thanksgiving. Stoies will remain open the Wednesday before Thanksgiv ing and each Wednesday dur ing December, the members agreed. HOLDS U? TO SOS Ρ BS. OF FOOD! Compare the features ... look at the value! You'll agree that G-E is today's outstanding freezer buy... the freezer that gives you more built-in quality, more dependability, more for your money! • Aluminum Liner for Fast Freezing • AH Steel Wrap-Around Cabind • Baked Enamal Finish J • Interior Light • Adjustable Temperature 4 Control sfJ < • Two Sliding Baskets f· ν ' Storage Convenience J Jr. COX CO. Certificate? 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Mirtjt Ηίϋ 5Λ\· »Vi ' ·' IIS 2 BIG SHOWS DAILY Sunday Mon.Juei.-Wed. 2:15 * 8:00 3:15 & 7:15 Advance Tickets Now On Sale At Box Office AT THE RITZ LEDER BROS. AHNUAL CLEARANCE SALE NOW GOING ON. | A BIG OPPORTUNITY TO SÄUE J priced to dear laihks SUMMER DRESSES WYiv ^(;.:► s & .st.!»s •SS.'.'S •SI o.jis $ I 2.1»« $1-1.1»« <fc Mi.5'0 NOW' $:;.!»« $».!>« $5.1»« $(>.<)« $«.*»« .$10.!»« Wore , 5? 17.1)8 & 1«.!»« $ 1 !».!>« $22.50 & 21.50 $27.50 A· 21».50 $:M.5o $:J!».50 MILLINERY Λ Complete Clearance Values To $19.95 Now 1-2 Pries I.Ail'KS SLACK & SHORT SETS WIKΚ Now 5.9 8 3.98 9.98 6.98 14.98 10.98 SPECIAL PURCHASE SALE OF LADIES NEW DRESSES Values To now $4.00 MFM'Q I LADIES' Knit Tec Tops WERK NOW 1.98 1.69 3.98 2.98 7.98 5.98 Dress Pants Hojr. NOW $5.98 SM.49 $<5.1)8 $4.98 $7.98 $5.4» $8.98 $5.98 $10.98 $7.49 $12.98 $8.98 $ 14.98 $10.98 ONE GROUP Men's Shirts Choice Selection 94c Suit Clearance Regular ^NOW $14.98 Kc^ular $29.98 NOW $22.98 Regular $:'.9.9S NOW $29.98 [Regular $Γ>5.00 NOW $41.!)« Men's Cord Suits REGULAR $16.98 & $18.98 $10.00 Men's Sport Shirts Wore $1.98 $2.98 NOW Were $1.(59 $4.98 $2.39 $."».98 NOW $:».09 $4.49 Annual Shoe Clearance Wore $24.95 Were $23.95 Were $21.95 Wore $ I Π.95 Wert· $15.95 [Were $14.95 Were $1.1.95 Were $12.95 NOW NOW NOW NOW NOW NOW NOW NOW $16.61 $15.95 $15.65 $11.32 $10.65 $ 9.99 $ 9..12 $ 8.65 Were $9.95 Were $8.95 Were $7.95 Were $6.95 Were $5.95 Were $4.95 Were $.1.95 NOW NOW NOW NOW NOW NOW NOW $6.65 $•7.99 $5.12 $4.65 $1.99 $1.12 $2.61 Ladies' High Grade SHOES Consisting Of 250 Pairs Originally Priced FROM $10.98 to $16.98 SALE niCE <5.00 Men's Dress Shoes (><M Si/rs Λ Sly lex $5.00 unr i.oi Lailir* Shoes Odd Sizes And Styles $1.00 /*etilem ^^·Μ·ηβ·ΜΑΗβΙ·ΒΜΐ·ΗΗΒ··Β·Μ···Ε·Β^^ Whiteville, Ν. 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