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Florence Morning News (Newspaper) - August 18, 1957, Florence, South CarolinaPage 2-a the Florence morning news Florence s. Sunday morning August 18, 1957 deaths funerals mrs. Matti Timmons funeral i crevices for mrs. A tie Virginia Giddings Timmon 62, of 140 North Jarroll st., i be conducted at s . Sunday i the Stoudenmire Chapel by the Rev. F. W. Black pastor of the Church of god and the Rev. E w. Hunter of Georgetown. Buria will he in my. Hope cemetery. Pallbearers will be Marion ged dings Charlie Geddings Earl do inn Wilber Wiggins and Lewi Thornton. A. Phipps . Aug. 17 mrs. a. Phipps 68, of the Bayboro Sec Tion of worry county died Satur Day morning in the Mullins hos Pital following leveral years declining health. Funeral services will be conduct from the Berea Baptist Church at 5 . Sunday by the Rev Truluck Johnson assisted by the Rev. E. Hough. Interment will be in the Church cemetery. She is survived by her Hus band memory a. Phipps three sons Dewey Phippi and Brice Phippi of Nichols and Fillmore Phipps of Gali vants ferry four daughters mrs. Vander Hardwick of Aynor mrs. Joe Owens mrs. Hubert Sarvis and sirs. Eugene Floyd All of a Livans ferry by one brother Hendrix Bell of Loris 27 grandchildren and 14 great grandchildren. Shew i acc Tempo Alum demand continues Good for tobacco demand was reported Good sales for the week totalled 43. Us week for most grades sold on Carolinas Border Belt markets he Market service said Quality Ontic cd to improve and volume 380.909 pounds and set a season High weekly average of or Hundred pounds. This was Over the previous week and John d. Hooks Loris John d. Hoof. 1. Died in a Loris Hosp isl . The Andrew Jackson and Friday after an illness of three Jpe pos Lon Flowers of Florence Days. County where she was born sept funeral services will be she was a member of sunday at . At Bayboro Baptist Church with Rev. Truluck Johnson and Rev. Mack Gore officiating. Burial we follow in the Church cemetery directed by Hardwick funeral Home. Leon d. Morris funeral services for Iown d. Morris 50, who died in a Char Lotte Hospital thursday afternoon will be held at 3 p. Today in the Waters funeral Home. Serving As pallbearers will be j. Lelroy . Julian a. Price. Howell w. Humphries Hubert t. Mcelveen Roy h. Bryant and w. R. Baker. Or. Morris was born in Flor feb. 15, 1907. Mrs. George Garner Darlington. Aug. 17 mrs. George a. Garner 72, of it. 1, Darlington died at her residence saturday afternoon after an ill Ness of one Day. Funeral services will be held sunday at 4 . At Calvary Baptist Church in Darlington con ducted by the pastor Rev. Otis Wright. Burial will be in Grove Hill cemetery in Darlington. Mrs. Garner was the former Mary Rogers daughter of the late Columbus and Julia Virginia Rogers of North Carolina. She was born in Chatham county n. C., on oct. 17. 1884, but had lived in Darlington Over 38 years. Surviving Are her husband George a. Garner a daughter miss Lula Garner of Darlington one step son William Carson Gar Ner of Darlington three Iran a Ehl Idren. And one great grandchild. The body will remain at Kistler funeral Home until 3 . Sun Day at which time it will be placed in the Church to remain until the hour of the funeral. Weather forecast scattered showers Are forecast today for the Gulf coast Rocky Mountain area Ond Goat Plains. Generally f or weather is forecast for the rest of the nation. A photo lax pee Dee weather facts Dala from the United states weather Bureau in Florence for the 24 hour period ending at last night. Temperatures highest 92 year ago 94. Lowest 74 year ago 68. Mean 83 year ago 81. A. M., 75 p. M., 79. Rain none year ago none. Total this month 4.45. Deviation from Normal plus 1.63 total this year 26.22. Deviation from Normal minus 5.07. Sunrise Sunset Myrtle Beach tides High p. Low a. P. River stages at 8 a. Wateree missing. Great pee Dee 7.3 falling. Great pee Dee pee 5.4 rising. Lynches 2.1 rising. The Salem free Baptist picked up considerably late in the above opening week. For the sea Eek. Around 75 per cent of the j son sales total pounds rades averaged higher with an average of leases mostly and per Hun by states sales and averages pounds. For the week South Carolina Ovington lunch. average Inch. Cecil lunch James Lynch i Carolina pounds a bomb a Gene . For the season mrs. Lunch was a daughter of South Carolina pounds s58.22 average North Carolina 40. 335.128 pounds average. On the. Eastern Belt Friday sales totalled 2.388.694 pounds and averaged auction bid averages for the week on the Eastern Belt with changes from opening week last year Leaf fair Orange up Low Lemon up Low Orange tip 6 poor Orange 55, up 4. Lugs fair Lemon 60, up fair Orange 59, up priming fair Lemon 55, up fair Orange up Low Lemon 43, up Low Orange 3, up nondescript mesh thin up Deuce but 8 years is not enough. Church and a member of the la Dies auxiliary of the Church. Surviving include in addition to her husband five daughters mrs Iva Mae of Olanta. Mrs. Agnes Powell of Pamplico missed Doris Lynch. Donnell Lynch a n c Mary Frances Lynch two sons Charles and Allen All of the Home one brother Freddie cars of Florence one sister mrs. Stacy Miles of Scranton and one grandson. Miss Georgia Johnson con Way aug. 17 miss geor Gia Mildred Johnson of Conway and Columbia died in a Columbia Hospital at a. Saturday following an illness of several weeks. Funeral services will be held from the Goldfinch funeral Home at 2 p. Sunday with the Rev. Fred w. Hedgepath officiating. Burial will follow in the Sandy Plain methodist Church cemetery it in Livans ferry. Business be at Tennessee court kills stamp Law South forecast Carolina consider Able cloudiness and not so warm Vilh scattered showers and thundershowers sunday occurring mostly in South portion. Gigli Sun Day 82 to 88. North Carolina consider Able cloudiness and mild sunday occasional showers Likely in the mountains and South portion Sun Daz. Monday partly Londz and be open sunday due to a collapsed moderately warm. High tempera swimming Pool closed today the City swimming Pool will not Drain line and other damage caused by the recent Rains. It is hoped the Pool will be opened within the next three Days Billy Jeffers City recreation director said. Uernie Sii Eehan morning news staff writer the recent juror Over trading stamp legislation in South can Ina has had ils parallel in ten Lessee where an anti Radini lamp Law had its Teeth remove july 29 by the slate supreme court the Lii ii tribunal in a unanimous decision declared As unconstitutional the 2 per cent Gros receipts tax on Tennessee Mer chants who use the Stamps. The court did approve an in crease on the taxing of the stamp companies however. Insofar As stamp savers Wen concerned there was no change the Tennessee decision could very Well influence any attempt t outlaw or tax out of existence similar merchandising practices in South Carolina. Tennessee court Justice Alan Prewitt in presenting the opinion of the court said the legislature had the right to Levy the tax on the stamp companies As it did. Hut considered the fax classification to be arbitrary capricious and the controversial trading stamp Ili sailed through the Tennessee general Assembly this year with Itolle or no opposition. One of Phillips Petroleum com s newly developed classrooms ii service station training Wil be in Florence this week. The air conditioned trailer contains a movie projector a chalkboard and actual service station equipment. It will be under the charge of Jim Campbell District Salesman of Florence and operated by Bob Cults. The Van represents n move the part of the company to in crease efficiency on the part of local stations in order to offset he lower margin of profits in recent Price increases. Gulf Oil s station on the Corner of Irby and chives has been set up partly for the same reason. The station is company owned and operated at Peak efficiency on or Der to improve through Competition other Gulf stations in the cily. Tures Sumia m the 80s. Georgia partly Cloudy and continued hot with widely scattered thundershowers South portion sunday. High sunday to 88 North and 88 to 94 South. The local labor picture Chang d Little from june to july the Florence office of the stale pm Ion sent service reported this Veck. The lumber and logging Indus by held constant while a few a lofts in the Wool and plywood held due to Lack of certain raw materials and High inventories Ivere offset by activities on the tobacco Market. Garment manufacturing remained steady and a slight Rise in retail Trade employ mrs. Ella Bartell Hemingway aug. 17 mrs. Ella Gaskins Bartell 78, widow of the late William j. Bartell of Indiantown died at Mcleod infirmary b Florence at p. In. Today. Funeral services will be held from the Scranton methodist Church at 5 p. Monday con ducted by the Rev. J. Patrick and the Rev. E. J. Beckman. Burial directed by the Morris Funera Heine will be in the family pin1 Rit he Church cemetery. Or Barlok was a daughter of thenry Harry Vermeil Hanna Gas Kin m a a of the methodist Church of Hannah. She was Active in Alliv f Community life. Pallbearers will be Drexell tur nor Ken Noah of tasking j. Ii. Bar Tell Donald Gaskins. Harry Gas Kins and Vinnick Eaddy. Surviving Are two daughters. Mrs. Mcelveen of the Home and c. D. Cox. Georgetown Thrim suns. Henry ii. Bar Lull and curl it a ii. Barbell of Indian did v. Calveneau Barbell of the Litimo iwo Sis i is. Mrs. A. Ii Tinner of Cades. Mrs. Mary Dull Gaskins of Hannah one Bro ther ii. Ii Wiy Gaskins of Han . Ami three grandchildren. Mrs. Charles Lynch Scranton aug. 17 mrs. Kulij wars Lynch. 41, wife of Charles j. Lynch it 1, , civil it . Today in the memorial Hosp Lial in Florence following a Brief illness. services will he held from the Salem will Baptist Church at 5pm. Sunday conduct by Rev Walter l Gnu of Bethany ind the Rev. Mill Mel to of War ton. Burial. By the funeral Home will follow in the Matthew a Mclory near Coward. Will of e. J. Lynch nerves diagram of nerves supplying body Many have been told your Trou ble is nerves just nerves that s nerves Are too important to the body to be dismissed so easily. Nerves make possible All move ment nerves transmit All sensations to the brain. Nerves make possible sight smell taste and hearing. Nerves maintain balance and keep the body temperature at 98.6 de Grees. Nerves control blood pressure stomach action blood flow speech Ond breathing. Nerves make the bowels move. Nerves make it possible to Swallow. In fact All functions Tak ing place in the body Are under control and coordination of the nervous system. The spine acts As a conduct for nerves. The chiropractor works with the spine and nerves. His object is to locate and Correct nerve trouble that May be causing abnormal function or disorders in the body. In the Chart at the left it is clearly shown How the nerves to All parts of the body pass through the spine from the brain to All the various organs. Any pinching of these nerves As they leave the spine can cause trouble in the Organ supplied by that nerve. The spine is the switchboard controlling health. Chiropractic releases the Power within investigate this method of heal ing now. You May do so by consulting the Young clinic. Or. J. D. Youn that chiropractic has stood the test of personal investigation by millions proves its lasting benefits to humanity Young chiropractic clinic 413 Palmetto Street Florence s. For appointment phone 2-2991 Mcnol was anticipated to meet in creased buying after farm sales. The labor Supply still exceeds demand especially among sales clerks clerk by pills general of flee workers service station operators truck Drivers labourers and inexperienced workers. Job openings exist for boarders loopers garment cutters commis Sion salesmen and collectors and service and Yard workers. A five state meet of real estate boards will be hosted by South Carolina members at Myrtle Beach this week. One of the big problems to be considered wih be evaluation of Highway rights of Way. With big Federal and state Highway plans scheduled for South Caro Lin in the near future the Sug Jet is of special pertinence. Ito Crl l. Free of Cleveland Ohio nationally known authority on Highway appraising will up Date the convention on the subject. Herman d. Mccarley from co Tibia regional vice president will be principal Host. Attending rom Florence will he Ernest president of the Florence real Eulale Board Filipiak vice president w. L. Mcarver or. Secretary Frank Barnwell. Slate icons commissioner and Clifford Ormell slate director. Recent acquisition of the Dixie cup co. Which has a Large Plant Florence gets share of Beer tax the City of Florence received As its share of the Revenue yielded by the slate lax on Heer and wine during the april june Quarter. Oiler towns of Florence county received shares As follows Johnsonville Lake City Olanta Tampli co Scranton and Timmonsville the total amount Given to am the cities and towns of the the slate tax commission announced was the counties of the slate received a share of Revenue from the april june period. Total Revenue from the Beer wine tax for the Quarter was the state retained for teachers salaries and other state in Darlington by american can co. Pushed sales and rental in come of american can up to near the Mark for the six months period ending june 30. Sales for the first half of 1957 were 4.7 per cent Over the 1956 figure for both companies. Dixie cup was organized in 1908 in he belief thai the disposal paper cup would make a lasting contribution by Eli min the menace of the Public drinking Aling the he old fashioned cup. Much of Dixie cups Pioneer Vork in the cup Field is done Al he Darlington Plant which is nov in the process of expansion he company is Darlington s Lar Gest employer. Tomato Farmers receive pay reported Happy by news staff writer Darlington aug. 17 final settlement with Tomato growers by the pee Dee marketing authority was reached this week checks were mailed out. Indications Are that this Tomato crop brought greater dividends than expected. E. Ii. Anderson grower of the Lake swamp Section reported that Many of the Farmers netted More than an acre. He said his own crop sold for As much As a Box. A Box holds almost a Bushel. A few scattered Farmers say they will not Plant next year but most of the growers anticipate increased Anderson said. The marketing authority Wai under the surveillance of rep. John l. Mcmillan congressman from this District. He promised complaining Farmers earlier that he would hold an investigation if the situation were not corrected. A visit to Darlington by a representative of the slate marketing authority proved the turning Point however. First checks were mailed shortly after the visit. Next year according to the authority s Board of directors the Market will offer Farmers the Choice of Selling either on Acom mime no basis which Unis year or a Cali Market. Anderson reported to the morn ing news today that although Many formers were Al first Wor ried Over the Market s men a majority now Praise a a. 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Your Pontiac dealer can give you a Complete facts and figures comparison and an on the Road test to prove that Pontiac performance stands head and shoulders above anything in the Low Price Fields and Pontiac has always been famous As one of America s top Trade ins so Why not look and feel like a instead of a million others trading s terrific right now mow if you want in both Economy and Exira ardinary perform a new jul Power car Huttlin i of Tilro toil on Loutit Ponta ii t America s Power and Fonfica i m see your authorized Pontiac dealer

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