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Florence Morning News (Newspaper) - August 25, 1955, Florence, South CarolinaPage 12-a the Florence morning news Florence s. C. Thursday morning. August 25, 1955 entire nation digs up flood Aid funds Washington aug. 24 Tel americans Are digging deep Inlo their pockets to help victims of the northeastern states floods. And Token Aid at least is Start ing to trickle in from lied Cross organizations overseas. This was the word today from the american red Cross in the Wake of two appeals by president Eisenhower for generous contributions to Aid the hungry the Home less and other distressed persons in devastated areas of six states. Albert w. Wold the fled Cross National director of fund raising described the Early Public response As most favourable and enthusiasm the usual thing Afler a Dis Wold said in an interview is that the greatest amount of contributions comes from nearby areas. This time the whole country is pitching in of help. It is different from any situation within the Mem Ory of Many of the red Cross official gave 1. Meeting immediate emergency red Cross help in a 1927 flood. Much of the credit to president Eisenhower who has made appeals at Denver and Only yester Day at Hartford conn., for wide spread contributions to the red Cross disaster fund. Eisenhower said yesterday that red Cross Money goes to people who arc in need to human beings not just to cleaning roads and re building schools but to people that arc hungry or cold and 1 Rve no place to needs of families for food cloth ing shelter and medical Aid. 2. Helping families return to nor Mal families the funds they can t afford themselves without undue hardship for Long term housing and other needs. No goal has been set for the current fund drive but officials estimate the Aid extended in the six slates will run Well Over five Mil lion dollars and local red Cross agencies have set up quotas on hat basis. Pa., for decided to go beyond such quotas. Response to the fund appeals has icon especially great in areas that have suffered disasters them selves. Kansas City for example has launched a do unto others Campaign aimed in part at repaying the a cd Cross for its Aid in the City s 1951 flood. Similar enthusiasm has been shown by Flint mich., hit by tornadoes in 1953. Lafayette la., already has sent a Token in memory . Residents of the newly flood stricken areas Are kicking in to help themselves Ion. In badly damaged Hartford conn., a 72 hour radio now to the tied Cross flood Hank under Way. Hartford " insurance companies arc substantial contributors travellers insurance co., for instance and Aetna life a typical Contr Bulion from out Side inc area has come from the Cio United steelworkers of Amer Ica which sent in port Chester n. Y., labor and manage ment have contributed 40.000 loaves bakery. Overseas red Cross offered emergency j Toothbrush Wash cloth and the like. The Netherlands red Ross hns sent 100 family food Par cels. Offers of Aid have been received from the British and French led Cross and from the league it red Cross societies at Geneva of bread from the Arnold the austrian Junior South Carolina denies luring flood hit firms Columbia aug. 24 stale development Board director s. W. Cable declared today that into two classes red Cross assistance is on an a Sciulli Carolina is not out to lure individual family basis and Eastern Industrial plants into resetting in the state. It would be unthinkable for us to do anything which would add to the misery of the stricken people in the flood Gable said. His statement followed a new York world Telegram and Sun Story that said South Carolina was one of several Southern Stales 40 per cent of state s Weed sold Columbia aug. 24 mately 40 per cent of this state s tobacco crop moving through South Carolina warehouses Hac been marketed through last Fri Day the South Carolina farm Bureau said today. President Hugh Agnew of the Bureau said the crop is estimated at 183 million pounds of which about 15 million is being marketed out of state. Of the remaining 168 million pounds about 07 million already Lias been sold not including re sales where warehouses buy from growers then re sell. Agnew said lie checked on the figures when warehousemen called attention to the fact that in a pre Vious Bureau comment on another phase of tobacco marketing recently he estimated of the crop had moved. The Correct amount is about 40 per cent not counting sales thus far this Agnew said today. Reaching out for new England s stricken industries. Gable confirmed the newspaper s report based on a Telephone Survey that a state development Board representative is being sent to new England next week. He added however that the trip had been set up More than 30 Days ago Long before the Gable asserted that instead of trying to lure Industry South car Olina is wooing new business. Woo implies he flyer command . 7th Fleet Washington aug. 24 my commander or Fleet air Wing Navy today named hear adm. J2 chief of staff to the commander Stuart h. Ingersoll former assist-1 of the Pacific Fleet director of ant chief of naval operations plans in the Navy de a Veteran airman to command the u. S. 7th Fleet in the far East. Passenger car balances Between o submerged freight car and a Bridge abutment in left background in a narrow escape for its passengers after Boston and Maine s red Wing express wrecked Early yesterday in route to Montreal. No one was injured when the passenger train hit derailed freight on a Bridge across the e Concord River near Lowell mass., tossing one tank car in Midstream and derailing 10 cars of the red Wing. A Wir photo he succeeds vice adm. A. Ii. Pride. The 7th Fleet has Long been the Navy s mainstay in the Pacific in the korean fighting and around such sensitive trouble spots As Formosa. When Ingersoll assumes com Mand in december or january he he promoted to vice Admiral. For the past two years he has been chief of staff to Arim. Gerauld Wright commander in chief at lactic Fleet. Before Ingersoll lakes Over from Pride lie will Confer with Navy officials Here and then visit several far East countries to get a first hand picture of conditions in the area of his command. Pride will Complete a two year tour of duty As 7lh Fleet com Mander next november. The Navy Parment and assistant chief of naval operations. Then he went Back to sea a i commander of a Carrier division operating principally in the Mediterranean with the nth Fleet. Ingersoll is married to the former Josephine Springman of Washington. They have two daughters and one son. Slavs see a exhibit Belgrade Yugoslavia aug. 24 United states atoms for Scace exhibit will be shown to Yugoslavia at the Zagreb Interna-1 studied up on obstetrics delivered ional fair sept. 2-13. Has not announced his reassign ment. Ingersoll a native of Springfield mass., graduated from the u. S. Several ninth Ngo Fox began naval Academy in 1d21 and joined r i j Reading in rare books on obstetrics Lac s Lar in no Jod for welder land armed with this knowledge. Patrol Squadron on the first officiated at the birth today just mass round trip flight from a delivers own son 5-mile free fall said to set record Paris. Aug. 24 parachutist Odell c Rousseau made a five mile free fall jump and claimed a world s record. Officials of the French Aero club who recorded the a Imp said it exceeded Trie previous record of meters Miles set in Russia in 1952. Miss Rousseau jumped from an Altitude of feet and fell five Miles before her Parachute opened Only feet above the ground. Coffeyville kan., aug. 24, fur a 35-year-old welder who had As he and is a Lac had planned. Said and that s what we want to do. We arc prepared to offer any Industry which decides to come into South Carolina a line new Cable pointed out that lure implied South Carolina was trying to catch a Bunch of suckers. Certainly the great companies which have selected this state Are no he said. Waii to the Philippines. During world War if Ingersoll i have no wish for further ex-1 commanded the aircraft Carrier Dies at age of 76 new York aug. 24 Nias 76, who developed a machine is own son at his Home Early to per Jence along lines of child Monterey in the Pacific. After the to make paper drinking cups died Lay will. It s just no Job for a War he served As commandant of yesterday. He was chairman of the the father Scott ii. Fox midshipmen at the naval acade-1 Lily Tulip cup corp. The birth was completely nor the baby weighed 8 pounds ounces. Fox s 18-year-old wife and new son Lex Monroe were reported doing Fine. Because of difficulties during a former pregnancy and birth when she lost a baby or. Fox refused to see a doctor this time or go to a Hospital for the delivery. Of Killay hit. Lull loth Houlik Drain Only u pm Otto reds begin restoring i liberated paintings Moscow aug. 24 top so Viet Art expert said today that priceless paintings from the dres Den gallery were badly damaged when the red army found and brought them to Moscow at the end of world War ii. The works now being displayed Here arc. Restorations Ivy soviet artists. F. L. Petrov acting director of the Pushkin museum where the collection has been on View since april did not state specifically whether the Pride of the Dresden sistine Madon one of the paintings which have been worked Over. However i it is obvious to even an inexpert j viewer that this painting at least has been thoroughly cleaned if not restored. The display Here is closing to Morrow and the pictures will be sent Back to the Kast German government. The paintings include j 519 which were shown and 231 not displayed. Of food it Cooks it roasts not integration says Petitioner Columbia. Aug. 21 one negro signer of a petition in lower Highland c Only school District today said the petition for Hetter negro school in Ali irs not for indention of Hie Moos. To. M. Dinkins of i. 2. Hopkins paid the petition which he signed and helped circulau1, been misinterpret lower Highland knows that we Ore nut asking for Inu. he . If they will build us a school won t have any worry hum the n children going to them White Dinkins added. Some Fem to think that the negroes Are trying to Force themselves into the White school this is nol True. The stale of soil la Carolina promised to give the negroes equal but separate schools. We have had a few Dorr no hich Frh Nolf. Hindi since Chr Law provided Dinkins Oon Liniard Hul hit Luis Liron nil Hizik to any done Elmul the therefore. 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