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Florence Morning News (Newspaper) - December 10, 1957, Florence, South CarolinaPage 2 the Florence morning news Florence s. tuesday morning december 10, 1957 p or seaplane crash eight Navy Crew members of a p-5-m seaplane died and one parachuted to safety when the twin engine plane burst into flames in mid or and exploded in Bushland nine Miles Northeast of chorus Texas this morning. Another Mon bailed out at about 200 feet but his Parachute did not open. Navy firefighters Cool burning wreckage so six bodies can be a photo fax City news briefs ticket fight dropped Mcmillan to talk Here Hubcap thefts plagued the City again this weekend chief Mcl Vin Adams reported. Owners of three autos parked in residential districts reported loss of the Caps he said. Hubcap thieves arc the hardest things in the world to Adams remarked. They pop out of a car get the Caps and Are one of the biggest difficulties is tracing the hubcaps usually they can t be identified Adams said. Pilfer ers entered Poynor Junior High school again this weekend sometime before an offi Ter went there at 4 p. M. To sit in trait. Chief Adams said an offi Ter stayed in the school Over the holidays in Hopes of catching the toys who Are pilfering through the school. They go in during daytime he said. A Small amount of Money 5ias been reported missing from the principal s desk. Cart w. Tomlinson and the h. H. Hemmings family had a close Knish yesterday afternoon City police said. Travelling Down s. Irby Tomlinson started to pass my Auto saw Hemmings coming and pulled Back hitting his Power brakes officers said investigation showed. Tomlinson s vehicle went into a skid and the front bumper scraped Down the Side of homing b station Wagon which was carry ing five children. Tomlinson s Auto wrecked in uie ditch. Damage to the two vehicles was estimated Tomlinson was charged with driving left of the Center line by Palm. Ray Shupe or. And r. G Hinds. City police investigated 11 wrecks this weekend and made a of traffic arrests in Addi Tion to some wrecks charges rec ords showed. Florence attorney Waldo Hyman has dropped his defense against paying a series of Back parking meter tickets Here. Chiei Adams said the attorney who Hac demanded trial at first in the Case amounting to some in fines and court fees had paid the tickets. Congressman John Mcmillan will address the guests at the women s Christian Union Christmas parly thurs Day at 7 p. M. At the first Baptist Church. The chamber of Commerce Board will hold its december meeting at 7 p. M. Tonight Anc president c. W. Thistle Smith will name a nominating Rommi Ltee to choose a 1958 slate of officers. The Florence county Chap Ter of american red Cross kicked off its Junior red Cross enrol Mcnol Campaign in county school this week. By the december 20lh i Idline. Of finals Hope to enrol school Ege youngsters in 45 county schouls. According to or. J. How Ard Stokes Chii Irnita of Junior Hail Cross Odi Vilics. School officials participating in the drive Mclau Riri. J. H. Mel Lette and t. S. Smith. Christmas een1 sales in the county have reached Only about 3d per cent of the goal Charles Seal Sale chairman said yesterday. He said it is important that us goal be reached in order for the to Nusso Clelion to continue a Well rounded program. Recently added n the Protr in Wax rehabilitation project fur Phi Lientu at the Darlington Flor Sanatorium. poin Lod nut that nine por on did if to in the county inst fi7 pm rates were a re re Julior supervision. The wind that whipped around Florence saturday added a lady s skirt to its toll. A slender miss walking by colonial store on West Evans Street lost her wrap around skirt when the wind whisked Down the Street. Two boys gallantly retrieved it for her Grant Bennett Florence country club Golf pro told plans yesterday at the Exchange club meeting to promote three big tournaments Here annually. Such tourneys would make Florence a big Golf attraction. In his speech he also described Sammy Snead s tourney winning style. The Exchange members reported made on the Turkey shoot and also inducted a new member nor Wood Gibson manager of the red and White Market. The club voted miss Pegg Schipman As club Spon Sor. She will play for the club meetings. In suspends Holder of list for secrecy United nations ., dec. 9 m the United nations announced tonight a danish Mem Ber of the . Secretariat has been suspended for refusing to turn Over to Secretary general Dag Hammarskjold official Docu ments of the . Special com Mittee on Hungary. Informed sources said the Dane. Povl bang Jensen declined to re lease names of witnesses who testified anonymously before the committee in its investigations of the anti communist revolt of More than a year ago. All were refugees from Hungary. Bang Jensen was sole custodian of the list of Anonymous witnesses who had testified before the com Mittee with the understanding their names would not be Dis closed. They feared possibly retaliatory action against relatives or friends still in Hungary. Informants said the Dane re fused to surrender the list on the ground he was not morally and legally free to do so. He was suspended last wednes Day and is now in Washington consulting with officials of the danish embassy on Legal aspects of the suspension action. Informants said bang Jensen who served As Deputy Secretary of the five nation inquiry commit tee was escorted from the . Building by two guards and instructed not to return. He is a senior political affairs officer at the . The . Issued ils announce ment after news of the suspension leaked to the press. It explained the delay in making the news Public by saying it is it t the practice of tie to nuke on pending p incl the . Announcement a committee will it Vit a Sun s conduct Realini to h six i Ilion with tin1 ii committee. Id then report to the Sfard iry Mcleod infirmary a missions mrs. J. J. Grimsley Lake City Edward Robinson. Darlington Rose Marie Thigpen Florence Herbert a. Stackley Flo rence Geller Hennighan Florence Freddy a. Yarborough or. Pamplico mrs. Charlie Sams Olanta Cecil r. Barnes or. Florence Carrie Lee Ellis Pampico mrs. John Gainey Florence Ethel Mcclam Lake City mrs. Walter Jernigan i Ayette Ville . Mrs. Ross e. Jordan it. Crog. Han. Eloise Muldrow Effingham Laura Mae Turner lat to mrs. Lavern Mcculcheon Lake City Joseph Gardner Florence mrs. H. H. Govan Myrtle Beach mrs. M. E. Brown Kingstree Percy s. Lewis Olanta mrs. Will Bethea Dillon Robert l. Ray Florence r. Perry Gainey Covesville mrs. H. V. Calcutt Florence James t. Moore Myrtle Beach mrs. F. D. Pate Cheraw mrs. D. A. Clyburn Timmons Ville sgt. John c. Woods Florence de Hyatt Dillon Willie Faison Florence Rosa Lee Long Pamplico Glen Milton Wright Lake City discharges mrs. E. P. Owens baby Flor ence mrs. J. F. Porter baby Flor ence mrs. I a l. Mclaughlin or. Florence miss Sandra Haynes Florence mrs. J. 0. Jeffords Timmons Ville mrs. D. H. Williams Hartsvill Lynn Owens Florence Cecil p. Barnes or. Child Florence miss Barbara Smith. Florence Randy Fields Bennetts vile Billy Fields Bennettsville Larry Fields child Bennetts Ville Willie e Touchberry Effingham Coit Yarborough Timmonsville John Williams Brown Darling deaths funerals mrs. Anna Bell Hunt Dillon dec. 9 mrs. Anna Bell Hunt 47, died sunday night at her Home following a Long ill Ness. Funeral services will be held tuesday at 2 p. M. At Leland Rove Baptist Church with the Rev. Roy Maynor in charge and Durial in dial cemetery. She is survived by one daughter dido vac Hunt four sons James Alton Buster Earl All of the Home her Mother mrs. Mary Anna Thompson three Brothers Norman and Joseph Hunt of fair Mong Worth Hunt of Rowland our Sisters mrs. Kosa Chavis mrs. Mattie Oxendine mrs. Annie Jane Hunt mrs. Pearlie Oxendine of Rowland n. C. Mrs. J. T. Galloway Hartsville dec. 9 mrs. J. T. Galloway 82, died late to Day at a local Hospital after a lengthy illness. Funeral services will be held at 11 . Wednesday from the Chapel of Brown Pennington funeral Home Here. Her pastor the Rev. F. Carlisle Smith will officiate. Burial will be in Byrd cemetery Timmonsville. Mrs. Galloway was born in Greensboro . And before her marriage to Jim p. Galloway of Hartsville she was Margaret Effie Maggie Apple daughter of the late David a. And Eliza Ker Nodle Apple of Gilford county . She was Active in a pcs at Wes Ley methodist Church where she was a member. Surviving Are two daughters mrs. W. G. Ellie Mae Rogers and mrs. J. L. Margaret Kins Hartsville and two grand children the Rev. James w. Rog ers Gainesville ga., and mrs. James neighbors Walterboro. Calcutt infant funeral services for Mary Joyce Walcutt infant daughter of or. And mrs. A. B. Calcutt or of Myrtle each were conducted at . Monday at the graveside in mount Elon Baptist Church Ceme Ery by the Rev. Ray Rumsey Aslor of Cole s Cross Road free vill Baptist Church. Mary Joyce was born saturday and died at . Sunday in a local Hospital. Mrs. Calcutt is he former miss we me Bell Laynes of Pamplico. Survivors including the parents re two Sisters Barbara Jean and Ionnie Susan Calcutt of Myrtle each the paternal grandmother mrs. A. B. Calcutt of Florence and he maternal grandparents or. And mrs. G. K. Haynes of Pamplico. Waters funeral Home was in Harge of arrangements. Whitemen Pace Marion dec. 9 Whitemen Ace 76, of Lauril miss., died at noon today in a Lauril Hospi Tal from injuries he received in an Auto wreck dec. 3 in Lauril. Funeral services will be held wednesday at 3 p. M. In Lauril. Or. Pace s sister miss Carrie i be Pace died in a Marion Hospi Al today. Or. Pace was a son of the late or. And mrs. Daniel Benjamin Pace. He is survived by his widow the former miss Nauline Blackie of Lauril a son Reddy two daughters mrs. Mar on gritted of Lauril miss Katar Erine Pace 01 the Home. Honey s. Goodall Haney Sanford Goodal 55, of Florence died at 10 Mon Day in a local Hospital after an illness of 10 Days. Funeral services will be conducted at 2 . Tuesday from the pentecostal holiness Church in Florence by the pastor the Rev. J. Arthur Graham. Burial will be in it. Hope cemetery. Or. Goodall was born in Chesterfield county a son of the late or. And mrs. Archie Goodall. He was employed in a local restaurant As a Cook and Vas a resident of 265 West Morion St. He was a member of the pentecostal holi Ness Church in Florence. Surviving Are his widow mrs. Maggie Eddins Goodall of Flor ence one son James Goodall of Florence and one step son c. B. Adams of Daugh ters mrs. Hazel Adkinson and mrs. Grace Steen both of Dar Lington and three step daughters mrs. Shot Jeffords mrs. Roy Tyner. And mrs. Ben Tarlton All of Florence one brother. Leroy Goodall of Cheraw also 26 grand children. Pallbearers will be h. B. Oliver a. Z. Sharp m. K. Bazen. L. C. Sturkey l. Jeffords and James Tynor. Stoudenmire funeral Home will be in charge. Pamplico baptists holding revival Pamplico dec. 0 a train no Union revival is under Way it the Pamplico first Baptist Church and will continue nightly at through thursday. Btu workers assisting in he meetings include mrs. James a. Honor toward mrs. James t. Voi inc. Forl Mill and mrs. R s. I..Istcr. Nerf brine held Fumii the Unior w Irr Nup i Dilts ind Chr Church Nursery is open Ach night. Ton mrs. Maude Barrentine Lake View Claud w. Cole Timmonsville mrs. W. A. Bryant. Darlington mrs. B. P. Lytch Laurinburg . Albert s. Todd Conway mrs. R. L. Johnson Florence mrs. H. A. Ruthven Cheraw mrs. J. S. Thomas Jefferson Joan Harrison Pampli co Daniel Mcneil Florence Robert Lewis Brown. Or. Child Florence Ronnie Kelly Hartsvill mrs. H. J. Carnes baby Lake City mrs. L. M. Beasley Hartsville mrs Geneva Fountain Timmons Ville mrs. C. M. Pace i baby. Nichols mrs. W. L. Mcdow. Kershaw mrs. W. K. Florence i Anthony Miralia new York i Mrs. Lavern i Cut Dieon Lake City i Hose Imirie Thigpen Florence Laura Mac Turner i Lul to Herbert a. Slackley child i Florence Freddy a. Varbo Rouglin or. Child i 1 Pamplico mrs. N. I. Fair Bluff . William t. Herndonjr. Ben Nuttsville. Rev. Clarence e. Lambert Dar Lington mrs. A Calif m. Smith. Florence Carrie Lee Ellis baby Pamplico Edward Robinson. Darlington James Bacone Darlington Sara tart mull no. Burglar lakes n locks door on exit special to the news Kingstree dec. 9 a Burg Lar who was careful to lock the door behind him after removing from a liquor store Safe Here is being sought by Kingstree police. The Bandit entered Bobby Gamble s store on main Street during the Christmas Parade and dance activities Here Friday night according to police chief w. J. Britton. The combination to the Safe had been written on a piece of paper and left under a Cigar Box on top of the Safe Britton said. An employee was to open the Safe for business saturday morning. Relief for cold discomforts 1 to Rol o a in Glottic to help tour Chr Verlma. 2. Many a Man will Sivc Unell it hut it does t take much o Hurt him. For minor cuts bruises apply soothing go Bess Cottingham Florist Flowers for Oil occasions 167 West Cit Eves 2nd done of method ill Nanri. Day 2-4501 a Ltd miss Carrie Pace Marion. Dec. 9 miss Carrie Lee Pace 66, died today at a local Hospital after a Long illness. She was the daughter of the late Daniel Benjamin and Mary Eliza Beth Lucas Pace of Marion county. Funeral service will be held at 3 p. M. Tuesday from Central methodist Church britons neck conducted by the Rev. Harold Wal ton the Rev. C. W. Poston pastor of Earlwood Baptist Church co Umbria the Rev. Russell Aho of Nebo Baptist Church and the Rev. Charlie Huggins of Olanta. Burial will follow in Tabernacle Ceme Tery. Survivors include two Sisters mrs. P. D. Alford and mrs. Jessie Rogers Marion two Brothers Herbert Pace britons neck and Pace Loris and a number of nieces and nephews. W. M. Summerford funeral services for Willie Mack Summerford 77, will be conducted at 2 p. M. Tuesday in the Waters funeral Home by the Rev. Howard 3olin, pastor of the seventh Day adventist Church. Burial will Fol of in Sii Iloh methodist Church in Marion county. Or. Summerford resident of Lorence for the past 19 months died at 5 a. M. Sunday in a local Hospital after an extended illness. He had been a retired Farmer since 1953 due to declining health. A native of Florence county or. Summerford was born september 9, 1880, a son of the late John and Beetle Rogers Summerford of Marion county. He moved to mar on county at an Early and Jed there until 19 months ago. He was a member of the first methodist Church of Marion. Surviving Are a daughter. Miss Lennie Lee Summerford of Clinton free sons. Mack Willie summer Ford or. Of Florence John Henry Summerford of Bolin a. F. B. Ivas Hington d. C. And w. James Summerford of Winston Salem n. Al a a forecast Snow and Snow flurries arc expected Over the Northern Ond Central App Achins the grit lakes Region and the upper Mississippi Volley area. Colder air will spread into the Northern and Central Plains and the lakes Region while Cool weather continues Over the Eastern Seaboard. A photo fax map Trade winds above below the Equator by e. H. Sims where Are the Trade winds found Why Are they called the Trade winds the Trade winds Long known by sailors who used their thrust in sails to Circle the Globe Are found above and below the Equa Tor to about 30 degrees latitude. The South Trade winds Are those below the Equator and the North Trade winds above. They tend to blow out of the East toward the West especially nearer Tor. They become More southerly in origin nearer 30 degrees North and South. Further North above the North trades and South below the South trades blow the westerlies. They come out of the West and blow to the East and Are found to about 60 degrees North and South. In the North they really come from the Southwest and blow slightly North and East. In the South they really come from the Northwest and blow slightly South and East. Pee Dee weather facts weather facts Dala from the United states weather Bureau in Florence for the 24-hour period ending at 7 last night. Temperatures highest 56 year ago 77. Lowest 51 year ago 50. Mean 54 year ago 64. 7 a. M. 53 7 p. M. 51. Rain .59 year ago none. Total this month 1.11. Deviation from Normal plus 0.27. Total this year 42.90. Deviation from Normal minus 0.02. Sunrise Sunset Myrtle Beach tides High a. M. P. M. Low a. M. P. M. River stages at b a. M. Wateree Camden 3.1 falling. Great pee Dee Cheraw 11.4 rising. Great pee Dee pee Dee 21.3 falling. Lynches Effingham 9.8 rising. North Carolina tuesday partly Cloudy and Cool. High in 40s mountains 50s elsewhere. Wednesday partly Cloudy and rather cold. South Carolina fair and Cool tuesday. High 45-55. Georgia fair and Cool tues Day. High 45-55. By the associated press weather Bureau report of temperature High last 12 Houri Low Lait in hours and rainfall last 24 hours ending 7 ., for selected areas station h l or. Station ii l or. 37 2fi .21 Knoxville 41 34 .11 ii 30 l Ansell to 54 63 34 Loul Iville 2b 31 41 34 Memphis 41 35 40 67 59 40 35 .10 Mann sep 41 20 48 35 n Orleans a 49 29 by los Fyk 44 11 York 45 37 Boilon 44 35 .86 of Ulm 59 24 32 29 .01 okla City 6 29 67551-Hphua 43 39 a 57 50 1.25 Phoeun 78 44 m 45 .01 pm Tilburg 33 31 .03 35 26 port d 32 30 .58 35 28 Raleigh 51 44 .68 33 29 a chm d 48 40 2.m barbeque Friday Johnsonville women s club Aid fund drive for Pool Johnsonville dec. 9 the Johnsonville woman club Hopes to add dollars to the Johnsonville area swimming Pool fund with a born que supper at the school cafeteria Here Friday night. Serving will begin at 5 p. M. By members of the club. Approximately have been pledged to Date on the Pool project. Plans Are to open bidding on the Pool in february and have it ready for use next summer. Fourteen area communities Are participating in the Pool project. Participating arc Indiantown Muddy Creek Hannah Tosum Fork Leo Salem. Hemingway Johnson Ville Vox Poston Kingsburg. Mid Way Prospect and Ard s Cross roads. The barbeque supper is one of a series of projects being con ducted to raise funds. Albany Albu qut Marulo Aih Vuie Atlanta by foam Ark Buffalo c. Nat Ai Cha Iton Charlotte Chicago can can to Clevil d Columb i Denver Detroit Duluth Al x 27 71 34 31 31 35 15 co 29 it. Sci Rob 61 30 calves n 53 39 St. G Antonio san fran Savannah Seattle Spokane Tampa Jack Villel 45 .51 Wash Lon 43 n k 33 56 39 53 45 go 49 35 54 33 s 49 44 42 .53 anti fascist play Moscow dec. 9 it the news paper Leningrad pravda says the Leningrad Art theater plans to stage Ernest Hemingway s play the fifth the news paper described the work As a True to life anti fascist the play deals with the Spanish civil War. Here we go new 1958 Chevrolet 4-door Biscayne v-8 Power Glide radio healer White Wall tires Beautiful Tan and White. Our big s500 discount will make you think it s a Christmas pre sent Francis motor co. 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