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Florence Morning News (Newspaper) - December 9, 1953, Florence, South CarolinaPage 10 the Florence morning news Florence s. Wednesday morning december 9, 1053 Carolinas farm aides seeking plan on Cotton Chicago. Dee. 8 Stives of farm bureaus in Cotton growing states today discussed Nix year s Cotton acreage allotments Stales represented included North Carolina and South Carolina. Suggestions for increasing the acreage were made but there was no agreement on just How it should be done. Secretary of agriculture Benson has set the acreage Lor 1954 17.910.44s acres. This would be substantial reduction from the 26, 600.000 this year. Benson suggested that a Large acreage be permitted but said 1h final figure must be fixed by con Gross. Sens. Was Jand a miss and an Derson Are seeking to reach an agreement their recommendations if and when drafted will be sent to the Board of directors of the federation the conferees considered two proposals but took no action on either during their first session one would Amend the Law so that to farm would have tin allotment of less than 65 per cent of he acreage planted in 1951 3952 and 1953 or less than 45 per cent of the highest year in that period. Most of the conferees figured the total acreage under that formula would be about under the other proposal tie National allotment would be raised to Acrea. With the additional acres to be allocated on the some basis As acre allotment for l154. Drew Pearson testifies in police probe Charlotte. N.c., dec. 8 in nine new witnesses including t. Lamar Caudle were summoned to Day after Drew Pearson talked for three hours with grand jury investigating charges of police corruption Here. Caudle scheduled to appear to Morrow will top the list of wit Nesses in the secret investigation. In an Ell Day session the Meck Lenburg grand jury quizzed Pearson newspaper columnist and Star witness who touched of a four month controversy when he first aired the charges mayor Phil Shaw. Police chief Frank n. Lut Mcjohn Doc mid L. Bryan two supplement a witnesses. Except for Pearson All of the witnesses maintained silence after leaving the grand jury room. Lori Liand Spencer trophy for out standing scouting achievement was displayed at pee Dee area Council of the boy scouts of America meeting Here monday. District a including South Carolina won the trophy for 1952. Pictured left to right Are w. A. Dob son of Atlanta regional executive w. D. Campbell of Southern Pines n. C., regional chairman j. E. Copenhaver of Hartsville president of the pee Dee Council and Bill Stallworth Florence soul executive. Morning new photo pee Dee boy scout Council approves program for 54, announces officers proposed scouting plans for 1054 were accepted unanimously it a meeting Here of the pee Dee Council of the boy scouts o America. At its annual business and plan Ning session monday night the Council oho named officers for 1954 the following president j. E. Copenhaver if Hartsville vice presidents Brown harrier of Dillon. Vim Irvin of Florence e. F. Sweeny of Benne Alsville and Otis Williamson f Kingstree on Young of Florence scout exec live Bill Kcal Worth of Flor nce. The program for the new year presented by chairmen of the Arious committees. President Copenhaver said one f the goals of the executive end Littee is 85 per rent attendance meetings. J. Ii. Martin submitting plans of be finance committee said the wanted to help with the Lorence and san tar county Coin Unity Chest campaigns if their Only Are not met. Werber Bryan snid the objective of the organization and Extension committee to enrol a total of boys in the area and to see that no units drop out of the scout ing program. Plans for the commissioner com Mittee were submitted by a Chiton Young. Hie objective of this com Mittee he is to have monthly Romild labile meetings and to have a commissioner for each three units. Alex Quattlebaum reported the plans of the camping and activities committee. He told the group that Camp Progress was not promoted Early enough in the year. Feb. 7 13 is boy scout week and Quittle said this is the time to let he people know about the Camps. He said that if the units would Iel up exhibits and carry out the program it would help the scouts n their work. That committee s objective is to have More scouts i the Camps. The advancement committee s report was made by Jim Deloach. He Olin rive of the committee is n have Ufah first class trainers and make 1.720 advancements. Nevin Bells submitted the inter racial committee s reports. The objective. Belts said is to be Curi Ous about negro scouting next year and to help the promotion individually. Plans for the training committee were Given by Bill Thompson. He told of the special conferences and meetings which Are to be held for the Benefit of the scout trainers. Objective seventy five per cent trained leaders. The 1s54 plans of All the committees were unanimously accepted by Council members. The Lorillard Spencer trophy presented to the boy scout District Laving the most outstanding achievements for the year was shown at the meeting. District 6, which includes North Arolina Georgia and Florida won the Rophy in 1952. A summary of the 1953 goals and achievements of the year is Given by Bill Stallworth. He re Lor cd most of the goals were reached and that some objectives vere surpassed. All districts of the area were at the meeting at the Myca. Deaths elsewhere cmdr. Harold Kuminski user . Navy Veteran of the attack on Pearl Harbor and an organizer of the Georgetown naval Reserve division in 1924, in George town. . Liny Grassl 23. Former French featherweight boxing Champion of head injuries suffered in the match in which he lost his title sunday night in Paris. Mrs. Mary Ilem Hlll Greene. 79. One of South Carolina s oldest Active newspaper women and an authority on state history in abbe Ville. Gaskins services funeral services Lor mis. Jimie deaths and funerals mrs. Lena m. Dean funeral services Lor mrs. Lena Mitchell Dean bit. Will be conducted at 11 . Wednesday in the Immanuel Baptist Church by her pastor. Or. Ii. E. Colvin. Burial will follow in mount Hope Ceme Tery. The body of mrs. Dean will be brought to the Waters funeral Home wednesday morning and will be transferred to the Church at o clock to remain there Lor the services. Mrs. Dean lied at . Monday in a Hak High. Hos Pital. She had been in Alec lining health for several months. She re sided at Lii e. Evans St. But had been visiting in Raleigh with rela Tives since May i. She was a native of Garner . Bum oct. 0. 1s85. A Daugh Ter of the late Arnold and Martha Truloc Mitchell both i f North Carolina. She had been a resident and was of Florence fur. A member of the rap Gaskin of Lake City be held list Church and tie . at 2 p. To. Today a the new school i Uisu u the chinch. She the order of Church with the Rev. D. .1. . The burial will follow in he cemetery. Order and the . Arc tour raters. Mrs my mis. T. K. Uliks o a n n Helen of Sizer mil., nil mrs. 1. 1. It . Two ii is Ali Iii m or. N i fort to x. Cd Iii n. M she Hud moved to her present Fri the Church cemetery. Of from Lakeland Fla., six weeks ago. She had lived in Lake land where she was born for the last .13 years. Mrs. Wilson was born May 35, 1mo. A daughter of mrs. Margaret bean Griffin of Brunswick and the late h. S. Griffin of to than. Ala. She was n former resident of Florence coming Here from Lake land in she was a graduate of Florence High school and the Carolina business College of this Eity. And was a former member of the first Baptist Church. Surviving Are her husband. War lie e. Wilson of Timmonsville her Mother. Mrs. S. S. Griffin of Plant City Fla. Two Sisters mrs. L. Her White of Florence and mrs. .1. T. Youngblood of fort loud or Dale. Fin three Brothers k. La Nar Griffin of Columbia. S. S. Grif in or. Of Hartsville and j. E. Griffin of Plant City. Fla. Four step daughters mrs. N. M. Taylor and mrs. E. E. Avers both of Florence. Mrs. Watford of and mrs. Eugene Boykin of sum Sci one Stepson h. Elliott Wilson of Dover Fla. Serving As Active bearers were f. E. Avers. N. M. Taylor. Duncan White. Dewey White Ford. James la Rindock. R. F. How Aid and i. M. Oati a. Johnson child my s. Dec. S Ronnie Lar Eno Johnson. 17-Mouth-old son of or. And mrs. Douglas Johnson of i Aiken. Died at the Aileen county i Liu pit he fur vivid by his parents of lorry county and a Mary Ann Johnson. I service.1 will lie conduct a she Rev. To Luck Johnson Llereza Baptist Church at 3 i v. . Burial will be in no Tery. He is survived by his widow the former miss Snow Powell of Andrews a daughter mrs. M. R Anderson of the Home three Sis ters mrs. Rebecca Hunter of Savannah a. Mrs. Nellie Owle of Effingham and mrs. J. W. Jenrette of Marion one brother Archie Carmichael of Centenary. Jaycees set air Appeal for children the Florence Jaycees next week will take contributions in one hand and underprivileged children in the other for a Christmas shopping trip. Two four hour radio disk jockey programs Over local stations this week will seek to raise the Essary funds. Jim player will be the disk Joc key who will play the musical requests of those who contribute to help make Christmas Bright for these children. The first program will be Broad cast from 8 . To Midnight to Morrow Over station Wols. On saturday the program will be repeated at the same hours Over station we my. Other Jaycees in radio equipped automobiles will be stationed at Points throughout the City to col Lect contributions pledged by listeners. They will be Able to Call at any address within three or four minutes after the pledge is read Over the air. John Mclnnis Jaycee program chairman in urging that everyone possible contribute to this program emphasized that funds collected will be spent on carefully selected youngsters. The children picked to receive part of the Money collected also will spend some of their allotment on a Little brother or sister who also would be forced to go without a Christmas present Mclnnis said. The Florence fund raising drive is part of a nationwide Junior chamber of Commerce program. Luther m. Justice Manning dec. 8 funeral services for Luther m. Justice will be held at 3 p. M. Wednesday from the Union methodist. Church in Wilson. The Rev. Or. Williams and the Rev. Or. Far will officiate. The burial will follow in the Church cemetery or. Justice 74, a Clarendon county Farmer died suddenly at his Home near Manning monday morning. He was a son of the late William and Sallie Justice and was born in Robertson county n. He has lived in Clarendon county Sinee 1913, and was a member of the Wilson methodist Church. Survivors include his widow mrs. Lola Braddock Justice three daughters mrs. Pearl Ottman of Cherry Valley n. Y., mrs. Lottie Garni of Syracuse. N. Y., and miss by Justice of Columbia seven sons Roy l. Of Portsmouth. Va., aul b., Daniel to. Edward c., James 0. And Wade ii. Hustice f Manning and Clarence Justice of Washington d. One sister mrs. Nora Roscoe of Hamlet . One brother r. L. Justice of Ham it and 15 grandchildren. Sam Judy . Dec. 8-Sam Judy 55, son of the late Jacob w. And Catherine Dewilt Judy died tuesday at a Florence Hospi Tal after several weeks he had lived in Lamar since 1923, where he was employed As a bar Bor. Funeral services will be con ducted by the Rev. Or. Corder of Lamar and the Rev. James e. Baker of Orangeburg at two mile swamp Baptist Church near Orangeburg it 3 p. M. Wednesday. Burial will follow in the Church cemetery. Surviving Are his widow the for Mer Mary loss of Darlington three Sisters mrs. Florrie whet Stone and mrs. Fred Ai Goc of nor Way. And mrs. Allie Bennett of Ora Iii Birg two Brothers. J. J. Judy of Ora Nieburg and t. J. Judy of North Charleston. Mrs. Thella Kennedy k1ngstree, dec. 8 mrs. Thella Mae Lane Kennedy. 41, wife of Archie e. Kennedy of Kingstree died Early tuesday in Kelley me Morial Hospital following a Short illness. Graveside services will be conducted at 3 p. M. Wednesday in Tabernacle cemetery near Lynchburg. The Rev. W. H. Carter of the Assembly of god in Kings tree will officiate. He will be assisted by the Rev. W. G. Dickson of Florence and me Hev. A. T. Hick Nan of Georgetown. In addition to her husband sur include a Stepmother. Mrs. Duke Lane of Kingstree two Sisters. Mrs. Marguerite Young and mrs. William Frierson. Both f Kingstree three half Sisters drs. Lavon Robinson and mrs. Larion Mcconnell both of Kings ree and miss Mirian Lane of Lorence three half Brothers. J. A Ane jr., Lloyd Lane and Emory Lane All of Kingstree. Mrs. Ida Robinson . Dec. 8 mrs Ida Castine Robinson. 71. Widow of d. Moss Robinson died at her Home tuesday following several months illness. Funeral services will be Condur Ted by the nov. .1. Chism and the Liev. W. K. Raker at the tur Beville methodist Church at 11 a. M. Thursday. Burial will be in the Church cemetery. She was the daughter of the Lite a. J. And Mary Jane Turville Castine and is survived by daughter. Mrs. T. Of. Gibbons Turbeville a Foster son t. Casline of Charleston a sister mrs. Jane Pope of Turbo Ville three brn Theis Thomas j Castine of Hii leeway William m Castine of Columbia and John r Castine of Jacksonville Fala. And die surviving Green s funeral Home is m charge Betty Claire Cain o Ivi s a Iii How much to old funeral w. D. Cormichael mak10x, dec. W. Duncan 74. Died tuesday at n . Services will be con 11 a. M. Thursday by i ii cup be Thote who Anseim Usu a or Ubillu pay. Tim t 10. to Ospur lung acquaint you with our plainly marked and within of Ell. Litt provided. A my Mytri of aortic Filna an icon of funeral a fire i. of Profic Tirre and Buti Crft h. F. Allen the .1. Cuton and the Rev. Eight grandchildren. Morris funeral Home will be in Daliani. At Centenary member of methi a Odist Ounh. will follow in the inti mediate of the a her one of a mi.-. T Here s where your savings grow faster put any Anu int any time you like assured of safety and a Yular Wati h your balance ii Tinl As we add profits twice Eai i year. Drop in at your i Jmc Tiirik i haul Start saving Stu h Ai fount is Iii Urt a in Xuy service of any . Mrs. Aline g. Wilson Security building loan Asso. Savr with or Gurlly 254 is. Klor Rorr s. 0. To k. . 1 Rusl Donl club. Shaw a pros. Ii. Waters funeral Home of 404 Forth Durgan ,1. Re sir ire a. I Dyrli Iunisi in Woodrow Johnson la Ita. Dee. Serv Ces for Woodrow Johnson 40, will e held Al 3 . Wednesday at he Betlina funeral Home conduced by the Rev. Theron Anderson. Burial will be in Magnolia Ceme Ery. Or. Johnson died monday i gunshot wound. Survivors include his widow mrs. Margaret Clark Johnson a Robert and a daughter Loyce. All of the Home two Sis a mrs Leona Jackson of Latta. And mrs. Viola Jackson of Dillon. Anita Weschler talented and versatile new York sculptor is shown with her a time to cast some of her work ii being exhibited at the Florence museum. License plate crackdown ordered in South Carolina Highway patrolmen have been told to make cases against All motor vehicle operators who obscure motor vehicle License plates by improperly attaching military 3ase permits fraternal emblems Railer hitches or other devises. Chief Highway commissioner Claude r. Mcmillan yesterday said All patrolmen had definite orders to see that All License plates Are properly displayed. Police officers in municipalities were requested to cooperate in the enforcement program. A Good Many military personnel taxicab operators truckers and 28 from area enter services Twenty eight persons have been accepted for military service by the Florence recruiting station Ince nov. 30. They Are William Plowden Sumter army. Franklin l. Owens Marion army. Almey Wilkes jr., Hartsville air Force. Leroy Dubose Hartsville army. Calvin Cooke Conway army. Lafayette Porter Sumter army. James t. Quick Bennettsville army. Robert g. Jolly Timmonsville army. James a. Cooper jr., Johnson Ville army. James Kirkley Flore Carmy. William a. Brown jr., Loris army. Bruce w. Calhoun Effingham. Army. George e. Emanuel Bennetts Ville army. Dennis Davis Lake City army. Louis Gamble Lake City army. Curtis Odom Florence army. Wayward Green Lake others who visit military installations have the practice of attach ing tie Diamond shaped permits to their vehicles in such a Way As to partly cover the rear License plate. Whenever this illegal prac Tice is observed patrolmen will be following orders in making cases against the violators Mcmillan said. Frequently observed also Are plates partly hidden by bumpers and trailer hitches and trailer and truck plates which Are so covered with dirt and grime As to be illegible. All these practices Are in Vio lation of the state motor vehicle Laws which require that License plates be conspicuously displayed and maintained in Good condition at All times. At night the rear License plate must be illuminated by a White Light. Rampey resigns club names Orr John f. Orr of Florence has been amid manager of the Florence country club. The Board of directors of the Lub named Orr to replace w. P. Rampey whose resignation was accepted monday. Rampey resigned o except a similar position with he Columbia county club. Orr will assume his duties dec. 5, the Board of directors announce d last night. He is a former sales Nan and cafeteria operator. Army. Abraham Gordon Lake army. Ity. City 0. Mckissick funeral services for Chalmers 0. Mckissick. 47, will be held at 3 .i.m. Wednesday in the Prospect methodist Church by the pastor he Rev. R. A. Berry the Rev. O. Clark and the Rev. F. Hughes. Burial will be in the Church cemetery. Pallbearers will be Eddie Eaddy Otis Turner. Andrew Tinner car Lisle Andrews. Cleveland Keefe and Mckissick. The body will remain at the residence of his Mother until time for the service. Or. Mckissick was Burn March 25, 1906, in Florence county a son of mrs. Delia Wise Mckissick of Hyman and the late j. E. Mckiss ick. He died at . Monday at the residence of his Mother after a Brief illness. Or. Mckissick was a Farmer in the Hyman Section of Florence county. He was a Veteran of world War ii and a member of the Prospect methodist Church. Surviving Are his Mother six Brothers. Ernest. A. B., and Oliver Mckissick. All of Florence and Curtis. Gary and Jimar Mckiss ick. All of Hyman three Sisters Julian e. Cousar Sardinia air Force. Gordon e. Kirby Timmonsville army. Dock e. Kirby Timmonsville army. William r. Jones Mccoll air Force. Franklin d. Driggers Tatum army. Willie j. Brown. Conway army. Odethell l. Lloyd Rembert air Force. George Kennedy Scranton army. William e. Skinner Georgetown air Force. Philip l. Cox Florence army returns Home Darlington dec. 8 mis Claudia Wilson has returned to her Home on West Broad St. From me lend infirmary where she was hospitalized after receiving a broken hip. Miss Addie Mckissick of Hyman. Mrs. Daisy Andrews of Florence and miss Osema Mckissick of Charleston. Stoudenmire funeral Home Wil be in charge of free gifts South Irby Street Cannon Bath Totta loud props Candy ban Gas 288c 6 for tl.44 we make real estate Loans for my into Llalon of thai work Tytrom and bathroom focal Lelm flu pm Yout National finance corp. 212 North Dargan dm71s marriage licenses the following applications for marriage License permits have Jeen filed with the office of the Lorence county judge of probate Ince nov. 30 Leonard Goodman and Hosa m. Loward. Leroy Casley and. Florence e. Hodge. J. D. Lewis Morris and Shirley a. Miles. Johnny w. Mcfadden and Essie Jordan. Billy g. Carter and Patricia l. Liles. Frederick m. Woodard and Mil dred l. Baker. Byron w. Cook and Myrtie f. Mintz. Charles w. Rutledge and Nancy Stengle. Moses King and Jessie Bathea Leon j. Brown and Allie m Davis. Ossie l. Turner and Nettie m Locklair. Ralph h. Moore or. And Ger Aldine Scott. Sammie l. Yarborough or. Anc Patricia a. Hill. Optimists get explanation of foreign policy a 30-minute talk on United states foreign policy was. Given before the Optimist club yesterday by prof. Alvin Farmer of Coker College. Well versed in foreign affairs. Farmer explained this phase of government work at the regular meeting of the club at the hotel Florence. Explaining the necessity of having experts handling foreign policy decisions Farmer said american troops have landed on foreign soil Over a Hundred times each time in an Effort to make democracy live. Each time our people have been lacking in the factual knowledge about our participation in foreign affairs and i believe that it would be impractical to give them con Farmer was introduced by w. Tyson or. President Johnny Etheridge con ducted the installation ceremony at which Fred Turbeville became a member. Stjoseph aspirin world s largest seller at 100 Wake up to More Comfort without nagging backache nagging backache. 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