Lester Rembert Motley

Lester Rembert Motley, 69, of West Palm Beach, Fla. died Saturday at St. Mary’s Memorial Hospital. Born in Blaney, S. C. he was a son of William Jessie Motley and Mary Ann McQuad. He was a World War II Navy Veteran. Surviving are his widow, Mrs. Leona Fulmer Motley of Columbia, S. C.; two daughters, Mrs. Beverly M. McGahee of Palm Springs, Fla., and Mrs. … Continue reading Lester Rembert Motley

ABC May Decide Today On Elgin Beer License

The Alcohol Beverage Control Commission is expected to decide today whether it will allow a business in Elgin to have a beer and wine license. Lacy Williams applied last week for the license to sell beer and wine to be consumed. The license was opposed by Elgin Mayor James Suggs, the Rev. James Salter, pastor of Blaney Baptist Church and Curtis Pierce, Elgin’s part time … Continue reading ABC May Decide Today On Elgin Beer License

Maintained Ties With Home

Soldier Of Fortune Saw World For Himself By WILL LESTERRecord Staff Writer Gary Paschal left Olympia mill village when he was 17, fought as a soldier of fortune, traveled the world and ran for congress, but he never abandoned Olympia or St. Luke’s Lutheran Church near his childhood home. On Sundays, he leaves his Hermitage House apartment in Shandon and drives across town to Olympia … Continue reading Maintained Ties With Home