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Florence Morning News (Newspaper) - December 10, 1953, Florence, South CarolinaThursday morning december 10, 1953 the Florence morning news Florence 8. Page 7-b sex Dillon senator . Rogers Dies Dillon dec. 9 Rogers was educated at Furman e. Rogers 75, former Dillon county University and taught school at and onetime chairman of Woodruff. Spartanburg county the Senate finance committee died Here today following an ill Ness. He was a state senator from 1922 to 1930. He was county chair Man of the democratic parly Sev eral years was a Winthrop col lege trustee and for 20 years was president and director of the dil Lon county production credit corp. He was a former president of Banks Here and at Lake View and in 1912 was county superintendent of schools. Where he married miss Bruce sous. He was a native of Dillon county. The funeral will be held thurs Day at i ., at Piney Grove Baptist Church. Burial will be in the Church cemetery. Survivors include the widow two sons Robert s. Rogers jr., of Cheraw and Billy Rogers of dil Lon and two daughters mrs. Jean Winstead of Myrtle Beach and mrs. Celeste Pierce of Greenville. Berserk dad beats 3 children to death steubenv1lle, Ohio dec. 9 father of five Young Chil Dren went berserk today and beat three of them to death in his East Springfield Ohio Home. Two other children were in critical condition in Ohio Valley hos Pital and not expected to live. Deputy sheriff Russell Wilsac identified the father As Frank Holt 34. Wilsac said Holt apparently beat All five of his children with a Crow bar and after they were unconscious stomped on them with his feet. F Holt had been released the Aspinwall pa., veterans Hospital three Days ago Wilsac Sal-1. The father had served with the air Force in the Pacific during world War ii. Deaths and funerals mrs. D. Moss Robinson Turbeville dec. 9 Funer Al services for mrs. Ida Castine Robinson life Long resident of tur Beville will be held at 11 . Thursday from the Turbeville methodist Church. The Rev. J. B. Chism pastor horse Branch free will Baptist Church and the Rev. W. F. Baker pastor of the Turbeville methodist Church will officiate. Burial directed by mor funeral Home will follow in the Church cemetery. Mrs. Robinson 71, widow of d. Moss Robinson died at her Home tuesday morning following a four months illness. She was a daughter of the late a. J. And Mary Jane Turbeville Castine of Clarendon county where the was born and spent her life time. Survivors include one daughter mrs. T. E. Gibbons of tur Beffle one Foster son t. Leroy Castine of Charleston one sister mrs. Len Nie Jane Pope of Turbeville three Brothers Thomas j. Castine of Ridgeway William m. Castine of Columbia and John r. Castine of Jacksonville Fla., and eight grand children. Rev. Paul Ketterman and the Rev. . Gunter. Burial was in Wood Side cemetery. Miss Cain was born in Florence county feb. 27, 1938, a daughter of Raleigh c. And Louise Taylor Cain of Pamplico. She was a Pupil at Pamplico High school a member of the Junior homemakers of America a member of the Pamplico methodist Church and the intermediate sunday school class of the Church a member of the methodist youth Fellowship. Surviving Are her parents one sister Jenny Louise Cain of the Home and a maternal step grand Mother mrs. Maggie Taylor of Florence Harold Kaminski Georgetown dec. 9 grave Side services for Harold Kaminski 67 former Georgetown mayor and civic Leader were held Here this afternoon. Or. Kaminski son of the late Rose and Heiman Kaminski died tuesday morning at a local hos p1he served during world War t an Ensign. He was the first commanding officer of the George town naval Reserve. He was also the first to go on Active duty in world War ii and was stationed Pearl Harbor on his request. He is survived by his widow the. Former Julia Bossard Pyatt a brother Joseph Kaminski and a Niece and three g. 0. Mckissick funeral services for Chalmers o. Mckissick 47, were held at 3 Wednesday in the Prospect methodist Church by the pastor the Rev. R. A. Berry the Rev. O. Clark and the Rev. B. F. Hughes. Burial was in the Church cemetery. Or. Mckissick was born 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 aft i a Brief illness. Or. Mckissick was a Farmer in the Hyman Section of Florenci county. He was a Veteran of world War ii and a member of the Prospect methodist Church. Surviving Are his Mother is Brothers Ernest a. B. And Olive Mckissick All of Florence an Curtis Gary and Lemar Mckiss ick All of Hyman three Sisters miss Addie Mckissick of Hyman mrs. Daisy Andrews of Florence and miss Osema Mckissick of Charleston. Stoudenmire funeral Home was in charge of arrangements. Thomas h. Scott Hemingway dec. 9 funeral services for Thomas Harry Scott 9, Well known Hemingway Farmer and businessman will be held at 30 Thursday at the Heming a Baptist Church. The Rev. Leoy Calder pastor will office the. Burial will be in the old John Onville cemetery where full a onic rites will be accorded by pm. Or. Scott tues a afternoon of a heart attack. Surviving Are the widow mrs. Junice Layfield Scott of Hemings his Mother mrs. Wady Mae Scott of Hemingway four Sisters irs. B. B. Tisdale of Andrews mrs. John h. Powell of Savannah a., mrs. E. M. Jenkins of George own and mrs. L. H. Carter of Hemingway two Brothers or. Scott of Hemingway and or. Jucius Scott of Andrews. Ai most 5 i 11 Ion to Shore inva regular dividend Washington dec. 9 of Al most live million holders of National service life insurance poli cies will share a regular dividend of 190 million dollars next year the veterans administration announced today. District a offices will handle the bulk of the payments with the first checks going out about 80 Days after the 19m anniversary Date of the policies. Holders of term policies who Are less than 40 years old the biggest group in the government insure will get 50 cents each of insurance for each month the insurance was in effect during the year Ance program per month on the top individual dividend will abort a a jokes Man Laid policies must have been in Force months or longer except Tor vet. Erans on Active duty during korean hostilities who have now returned to civil life. No dividends will go to veterans who returned to Active service with an arrangement whereby they would not be required to premiums on their policies. Korean veterans whose policies were under waiver will be eligible to participate however if they have paid a Premium for one or More months after leaving service. The 1954 Melon will raise dividend payments to holders of a ending on the anniversary Date tonal service policies to Rivers says constituents feel Ike has deserted a special Booth expected to relieve Christmas Rush congestion will be opened dec. 14 at the Post office Here for the Sale of Stamps envelopes and postal cards. Postmaster Haskell Thomas is shown standing beside the Booth which was completed yesterday. Morning news photo Claude r. Martin Conway dec. Serv 55, a retired tobacco buyer of Bax Ley ga., and formerly of Horry county will be held at Thursday at the Pawley swamp missionary Baptist Church. The Rev. Or. Seymour will officiate. The body is scheduled to arrive at Goldfinch funeral Home about noon thursday and will be at the Home of his sister mrs. Ollie Willi ams of Conway it. 3, i incl the hour of service. Or. Martin died tuesday in an Augusta ga., Hospital after an ill Ness of several years. Or. Martin was born Jan. 1898, a Sno of the late Willard Den Nis and Mary Jane smart Martin. He was a Veteran of world War j. Weatherly James c. Weatherly 60, a Resi Dent of Lake Wales Fla., died in the Lake Wales veterans Hospit Al last saturday. Funeral services will be held at 3 Thursday at the graveside in the Florence National cemetery by or. J. F. Ligon pastor of the Mccoil presbyterian Church. Or. Weatherly was born aug. 26, 1893, a son of the late James r. And Virginia Mckeithan Walh Erly. He was a Veteran of world War i and a member of the vow. Surviving Are his widow. Mrs. Katie Weatherly of Lake Wales Fla. Two Sisters mrs. A. T. John Ion of Tampa Fla., and mrs. D. 5. Harris of Mccoil also a halt Rother John h. Weatherly of Mccoil. Stoudenmire funeral Home will e in charge of arrangements. I. Surviving Are the widow mrs. Ethel Holland Martin of Baxley a. Two daughters mrs. Alice Berry of Miami Fla., and mrs. Florine Deyton of Asheville . Two Brothers Minton is tin of Florida four Sisters mrs. Ollie Williams of Conway it. 3, mrs. Luttie Lewis of Fairmont n. A. Mrs. Reba Henderson of Charleston mrs. Sadie Graham of Conway it. 2 one grandchild. Betty Claire Cain funeral services for Betty Claire Cain 15, were held at 11 a. M. Wednesday at Pamplico methodist Church. The Rev. R. A. Berry pastor officiated assisted by the mrs. Lena m. Dean funeral services for mrs. Lena Mitchell Dean were held at 11 a. M. Wednesday in the Immanuel Baptist Church. The services were conducted by her pastor or. E. E. Colvin. Burial followed in mount Hope cemetery. Serving As Active bearers were j. H. Duncan t. R. , l. M. Goss w. T. Goss c. F. Snow and r. A. Sandy. Mrs. Dean died in Raleigh n. C., sunday evening where she had been visiting relatives for the last few weeks. She resided at 60g East Evans St. In Florence. She was a native of Garner n. C., born oct. 9. 1885, a daughter of the late Arnold and Martha Trulove Mitchell both of North Carolina. She had been a resident of Florence for 45 years and was a member of the Immanuel Baptist Church and the t. E. L. Sun Day school class of the Church. She was also a member of the order of the Eastern Star and the Gia. Surviving Are four Sisters mrs. W 0. Bell and mrs. T. H. Goss both of Raleigh n. C., mrs. Helen Parker of Silver Springs. My. And mrs. L. L. Sandy of Garner n. Two Brothers Harry Mitchell of Garner n. C., and Lee Mitchel of fort Stockton Tex. And three stepchildren. Waters funeral Home was in charge of arrangements. Slavs stand on Trieste zone at Mcleod infirmary admissions for dec. S Debra Allen Miller Che raw mrs. J. A. Ham Timmonsville mrs. Maggie m. Green Cerro Gordo . Mrs Royce b. Johnson Flor ence Shirl Burris Effingham Perlie Cooper Florence mrs. John k. Bultman Florence mrs. Clarence Ballard Hartsville Joe c. Alverez Marion Windell Miles Latta Roy Mitchell Lee Mcfarland . Jim r. Young Florence Dozier Thompkins Gali vants ferry Freddie w. Turner jr., Effing Lam Fred Bullock Mccoil Lester r. Waddell Effingham Palmer Harrell Florence Joy Powell Johnsonville Daniel j. Jones Coward miss Sandra Burris Effingham Pete Durant Carlsville discharges miss june Prosser Hyman miss Lela Tyner Florence mrs. J. F. Crutison Florence new Post office Booth May offset Yule Rush Kingstree Cadet named who s who at Citadel Charleston dec. 9 Twenty seniors at Tho Citadel have been named to who s who in american colleges and in Ivorski is authorities at the Citadel have announced. The selections were made on the basis of leadership activities and contributions to the College. The following Citadel cadets from South Carolina were selected Ralph e. Runken of Charleston Bufort c. Blanton of Summerville Pledger m. Bishopjr. Of Walter Boro Richard e. Blackjr. Of Beaufort. Harold i. Donnelly of Kingst vec Herbert f. Rothschild and Joo m. Bailey of Greenville Charles m. Jenkins or. Of Walhalla a Booth hns been set up in the Post office for the Sale of Stamps envelopes and Post card in in Effort to alleviate the usual Christ Mas Rush and those who stand at the end of a slow moving line just to buy a the Booth will be open 9-12 a. M. And 3-6 Daily except week ends beginning dec. 14. Haskell Homas postmaster said that the Charleston dec. 9 my Low country South carolinians feel that president Eisenhower has turned his Back on the South declared . Rep. L. Mendel Rivers Here tonight. Just Back from a Complete tour of his first congressional District Rivers said that just about every one i talked with on this tour feels that president Eisenhower has Conille Teddy turned his Back on the Republican platform and the southerners to whom he dedicated his Campaign on states rights. Without exception they feel that the Eisenhower administration needlessly bartered the president s pressure group assistance of the big cities in the he said. And All this they Lay at the door of one Tom Dewey of new York whose prime representative is Herbert Brownell jr., the attorney general. The people in my District furthermore feel that the Particia Looth which is set up on the Riant do of the lobby away from the Gular windows and Post offices ones is an Experiment which he Lopes will tend to spread patrons Iro Ghoul the Post office Rahter Lan crowded in one area. The Booth decked in Christmas fashion. Is an old snack bar from he methodist Church which postal employees renovated and Deco Belgrade Yugoslavia dec. 9 a the yugoslav government to Day stood firmly behind its decision to resist any further conces Sion to Italy before a five Power meeting on disputed Trieste. From responsible quarters Here came reports that president Tito s government has. Rejected a proposal by the United states Britain and France that a Large part of the administration of Trieste s zone a be turned Over soon to direct italian control. This would be preliminary to a conference of the three Western Powers Italy and Yugoslavia to determine the future of the Adri Atic area. In effect the proposal would bring italian control Over interests As the import and Export Trade. Tito s government has pro tested that conditions would be unacceptable and would prove an obstacle to any future negotiations Between the two countries. 2 try for Oxford s.c., dec. 9 Yale Law student and a College of Charleston Junior were chosen Here today As candidates for Rhodes scholarships to Oxford University. The South Carolina selection committee selected j. Covington Parham jr., of Sumter and Paul r. Weidner of Charleston out of a Field of 10. 0 miss Grace e. Jubert George town Johnny Elizabeth Green Florence James w. Campbell Florence Joe c. Alvarez Marion John b. Sarvis jr., Florence mrs. O Neal Lane Gali vants ferry Anderson l. Gaskins Scranton John b. Williams Mullins Willie t. Pos Lon Pamplico mrs. Aubrey Small Dillon mrs. Charles Thomas Hamer Betty James and baby Florence Jean Dudley Dillon Lillie Mae Sander Florence Delois Kershaw Florence b backward area is one that has t some kind of a building project. Darlington fire station being renovated Darlington dec. 8 considerable renovation work is bin done to the Darlington fire d Parment building on Cash Street. The project will be coi plated late this month. Mayor Tom Buchanan says to Cost will be around a be sliding door is being installed the front of the building to replace the old one. The new door will go up automatically when the fire alarm sounds. The upstairs rooms of the build ing Are being renovated. These Are the Headquarters of Bot i of the fire truck Drivers with each Hii Viii a room. The meeting room is located on the second floor also. Steel beams Are being placed in the building All the Way across. The work by the Darlington construction company is expected to be completed by dec 20. Warrant is issued n Dillon shooting Dillon dec. An inquest Leld Here tonight a jury found tha Ames Willie Townsend a 17-year id negro was slain by a Bulle rom a .32 Caliper pistol in the lands of Clyde Conyers. The shoo no occurred saturday night. Coroner b. F. Casque issued warrant for Conyers. He is a negro. The Case will come before the grand jury at the next cession log inning on the second Monda n March. Johnsonville Lions hold ladies night Johnsonville Bee. 9 Sonville lion s club observed in Dies night at its regular Mccume this week with a Turkey dinner a cottage lunch. Tracy l. Lane president of the local club welcomed the guests mrs. Virgil 0. Anddy gave the response for the ladies. G. V. Droughon reported a Nel profit of from the Community Calendar project which was recently completed. These funds will be used for sight conservation in the local schools. Pins for perfect attendance for the year were presented to s. W. Poston. Tracy l. Lane Herman Eaddy Herman Lentz and g. V. Draughon. Tile Johnsonville Lions club was two years ago. Pidgin English once cons Dere a corruption of English used b traders in the South seas is no a language in us own right. On of the . Department of ustice in the school segregation ase is nothing Short of arrogant Frontero in attempting to dictate the . Supreme Given synagogue at Dillon by a staff correspondent Latta dec. 9 the Olav Halom synagogue of Dillon is the recipient of a rare gift a torah presented by or. And mrs. B. Nyder of Washington d. C., in memory of his late brother Nathan Snyder. Rabbi Murray Alstet of Fayette ., conducted services Dur no the impressive ceremony of receiving the torah and the torah processional. Rabbi Morion Gordon

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