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Council To Meet COLUMBIA. The only state wide meeting of Protestants in South Carolina will be held oil Tuesday. March 26, whe;> the Christian Action Council will hold its annual meeting at the First Christ inn Church in © Columbia. Dr. Neil Truesdell of New berry, president of the inter denominational Council, has announced that The Moral ■nd Social Tasks Before Us in South Carolina—Ways For^ ward in Christian Action" will be 'he theme for the meeting. Three leading churchmen will take the "moral tempera· ture" of the state in discussing that topic. They are Dr. Hor ace Hammett, General Secret ary-Treasurer of the S. C. Baptist Convention; Dr. Fran cis Cunningham. Methodist Superintendent of Columhin District; and Dr. Arthur Mar tin. Executive Secretary of the S. C. Presbyterian Synod. RiegelEmployees NameQueensFor Azalea Festival Among many other things. Wilmington's Azalea Festival means colorful floats, pretty girls, and beautiful dresses, but to employees of Riegel Paper Corporation, it also means a chance to help name the four young ladies who will appear on their Company'^ float in the Azalea Festival Parade. Each year, all the ladies working in the various offices at Riegel are given an oppor tunity to enter their name in the election. This year, there were nine contestants. The Winnens were: Miss Nanry Peterson. Riegelwood, Ν. C.; Mrs. Joyce Formy-Duval, Bol ton, N. c.: Miss Betty Clayter, Delco. N. C.; and Miss Linda Worrell. Rt. 1, Whiteville, N. C. Interest was greater than usual this year, and more than 600 of the thousand plus Rie gel employees cast ballots in the election. Army Offers 2 Year Flight Training Plan The Army is really taking off on a new flight training program by offering, through the Army Recruiting Service, a direct, two-year enlistment for warrant officer flight training. Looking for new sources for pilots, the Army is opening its warrant officer flight training to "qualified" civilians be tween 18 and 30. who are high school graduates and who can meet the mental and phy sical qualifications. Conway Army Recruiter, SFC Robert L. House who serves this afea, has full de tails of the new program, just announced btf the Department of the Army. "Applicants may be picked up either fixed wing or heli copter tiaining, but must com plete basic combat training before taking flight training." Sergeant House said. The new program is also open to prior service person nel with less than, four years service for pay purposes. "However, prior servier per sonnel who have fulfilled the basic combat training re quirement may be sent direct ly to flight training," Sergeant House explained. The Army Aviation Direct or, Brigadier General Deik Oden, believes the Army will get "great response" from the new program. The Conway Army Recruit ing Station is located at 323 Main Street. The phone num ber is 9909. Pee Dee Dentist To Meet Thursday The Pee Dee Dental Society will hold its annual spring meeting in Florence Thursday. Guest speaker at the meet ing will be Dr. William G. Scheueider of the University of North Carolina's School of Dentistry. Dr. Schneider's top ic will be "Diagnosis and Eti ology in Preventive Ortho dontics." Also on the program nt Florence Country Clubb will be Dr. Melvin K. Medlock, Dr. George Richardson of Flor ence, and Dr. Robert Poole ' of Hartsvillc. Florence May·.·! David McLeod will welcom·: j the society. S. C. Small Business Gets $2,115,509 Small business firms ?n South Carolina received eight een Government contracts u motinting to S2.115,509.00 dur ing tfie mi «ith of February 1W63. through Government ί Procurement Officers located I in this state. ί In announcing these awards, Howard M. KcKenzie, Colum • bia Branch Manager of the Small Business Administra i tion, stated that these awards, made as a result of SBA's co operative set-aside program I with Government purchasing 1 Agencies, will serve as a : means of bringing dollars to the community and perhaps additional job opportunities. Under this set-aside pro gram, SBA representatives, in cooperation with purchasing officers of civilian and defense Agencies, reserve proposed contracts for exclusive com petitive award to small busi ness firms. I. Β. Martin Attends NAPA Convention I. B. Martin or Loris Auto Parts, recently attended the 22nd National Business Con ' ference of the National Auto motive Parts Association. The conference, the largest of its kind to date, was held at the Atlanta Biltmore Hotel, Allan· ta, Ceoigia on March 10th, llth and 12th. Mr Martin was among more thiin UDO automotive jobbers, I warehousemen f.nd manufact urers who participated in the three-day session. Those at tending listened to talks by NAPA Warehouse executives : nd key industry personnel, view«·«! displays of automotive ι part and supplies, and t<i<>k ! part in Panel Discussions on j Jobber problems. Organizational Meet At Beach Tomorrow MYRTLE Beach. — Follow 1 iriK the recent series of pre liminary meetings over th··.· county, an «»rganizationa! I meeting of the proposed Horry County Ass»jciati«»n for Re turned Children will be hel«l tomorrow (Thursday) at 7:30 p. in., at Mytrle Beach in the auditorium of the South Caro lina Public Service Authority on Oak Street. Police Chief W. C. Newton, who is actively promoting the movH-mcnt as acting president, to form a permanent "county wide association to help re tarded children." said "it is hoped that we will not only have a large number of per sons from the Myrtle Beach area but from throughout the county at this meeting." MITCHELL STEWART FORT Β RAGG. N. C. — Mitchell G. Stewart, 29, whose wife, Joan, lives at 218 Ger· rude st.. Fayetteville, Ν. C. recently was promoted to ser geant at Fort Bragg. N. C, ! where he is serving with the 82nd Airborne Division. Stewart, α mess ser«'0"iit in Company D of the :"»U3i ' In fantry's 1st Airborn· L...tlle Group :.i the fort, entered the Army in Oetobber 1905. The sergeant, whose inolh.r. j Mrs. Flmmu J. Stewart, li\i s in Chadbourn, attended Chad bourn High School. Before entering the Army, j Stewart was employed L > , John K. Carter Paving Com pany ii Chadbourn. ROY Ο. BENTON C.OOSE AB, Labrador — τ nical Sergeant Ruy G. '■ irun of Whiteville, N. C., h:i- bttn selected Outstanding ! · i.timmissioned OlliCv-r of ! t»j·· mouth for Headquarters. 1 C!'*· -e- Air Defense Sector I Ii« re. in:; tuned officer in charge of n «·<1: un«l reports, was chos iii ior the honor in recogni tion ot his exemplary conduct |,« rfoiiiiaino of duty. The ernennt, a former btu dt nt ;it WhiU'viih High School, 'is the son of the i«jte· Mr. and Mrs. W. C. Benton of 200 Ν. 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