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Florence Morning News (Newspaper) - December 13, 1957, Florence, South CarolinaPage 2-a the Florence morning news. Florence 8. 0. Friday morning december 13, f. P. Holman a Dies Here 01 heart attack f. P. Holman 84, retired . Railroad conductor known As father died at 11 a. M. Thursday in a local Hospital after suffering a heart attack at his Reis Dence 111 Kuker ave., Early tues Day night. Funeral services will be con deaths funerals mrs. A. A. Cohen funeral services for mrs. A. A. Ohen will be conducted at 3 . Riday in the Waters funeral Home by rabbi Avery j. Gross held of Beth Israel Temple. Buri j will be in mount Hope Ceme Ery. Serving As Active bearers will be Leroy m. Want or. Chester s. Heimlich j. W. Wallace Charles m. Garrison or. J. W. Schofield Al Koenig t. R. Bar Inger jr., h. Harry Elfland and Jarry Germain. Mrs. Cohen a citizen of Flor ence for 77 years died at her residence at . Wednesday after a Long illness. Surviving Are two daughters mrs. Theodore Jarrott and mrs Harry Green of Florence t w c Sisters miss Jean Nesmith and mrs. Grace n. Latham of Flor ence two grandsons Hubert c Green of new York City . And Allen e. Green of Portola Valley California one granddaughter mrs. Maury l. Spanier of Harts Dale five great grandsons and one great granddaughter. Leland Floyd Lake City dec. 12 Leland Floyd 60, Farmer of it. 4, Lake City died Early thursday morn no in a Florence Hospital follow no a Long illness. Funeral services will be held at . Friday from the Cedar swamp Baptist Church with the Rev. Roderick Smith and the Rev. A Ayne Josey officiating. Burial directed by Brockington funeral Home will follow in the Church cemetery. Pallbearers will be John Benson Rogers c. E. Rogers e. V. Mcelveen Clayton Broad Fred Gas Lins and Clarence Bragdon. Or. Floyd a life Long resident of Florence county was a son o he late Shafie and Tressie f Floyd and husband of mrs. Anna Belle Smith Floyd. He was a vet Cran of world War i. In addition to his widow survivors include five s5ns, Miles Lelani Floyd Andrew Jackson Floyd Dexter Floyd Robert Floyd am Joe Ellis Floyd All of Lake City one half sister mrs. Pearl Floyd Pamplico. Ducted at p. M. Saturday in Central methodist Church by or. Melvin k. Medlock pastor the Rev. Joseph r. Horn Iii and the Rev. Joseph a. Diraddo Rector and assistant Rector of St. John s episcopal Church. Burial will be in mount Hope cemetery. Or. Holman had been a citizen of Florence for 49 years. Before entering the Railroad service he engaged in farming in Orangeburg county. He retired december 28 1947 after 45 years service with the company. He got his nickname father Holman because of his help in securing pensions and other benefits for his fellow workers widows and orphans. A native of Cameron or. Hoi Man was born september 25, 1873 a son of the late major Adam Osgood and Elizabeth Wolf hol Man Pioneer citizens of Orange Burg county. He was a graduate of Cameron High school and at tended business College at Tintori a. He was a member of Central methodist Church the Pendergrass Bible class and the senior Citi Zens club of this City. He was also a member of Hampton masonic Lodge 204, a.f.m., and the order of railway conductors in which he served As chief con Ductor for Many years. Surviving Are his widow mrs. F. P. Holman of Florence formerly Felicia Shuler of Elloree four sons or. James m. Holman of new York City x. Y., or. Francis w. Holman of Ashbury Park . Col. R. Everett Holman of Verona. Italy and e. Lamar Holman of Florence two bisters mrs. W. H. Page of Greenwood and mrs. Min Nie h. Chapman of Neeses one brother e. W. Holman of Cameron and six grandchildren. Serving As honorary bearers will be members of the order of rail Way conductors the a. C. L. Re tired men s club and Hampton Lodge 204, a. F. M. Waters funeral Home is in charge of arrangements. Mrs. Mary Thomas dec. 12 mrs Mary Lizzie Wiggins Thomas of Mullins died thursday at . At the Home on 224 Dixon St. Mrs. Thomas was born in Marion county daughter of the late James Wiggins and the late mrs Anna Foxworth Wiggins. Mrs. Thomas was a member o tile first Baptist Church of mul Lins a member of the homemaker sunday school class and Thi Florence Lide missionary society services will be conducted at . Friday by the Rev. W. W Lancaster from the Chapel of the Cox funeral Home. Interment Wil be in the Cedardale cemetery mrs. Thomas was married to the late William Rohan Thomas survivors Are five daughters mrs. Eva t. Luten mrs. Leila t Rogers mrs. C. Moore mrs Thomas West All of Mullins am mrs. Joe Green of Gabel twi sons Akie g. Thomas and Ray mond 13. Thomas of Mullins 1 grandchildren and 13 great grand children. Friends May Call at tin Cox funeral Home. Rejected Comber ports group voids bids As too High Charleston. Dec. 12 Fol slate ports authority today rejected some construction bids a being too High. The bids opened earlier wer by the authority s de Mccuing because they were above estimates by consult ing engineers and in excess of Al located funds. The projects were for a banana handling facility and a bulk handling facility at Charleston s port. The authority did sign a con tract however for erection of two cranes at the bulk cargo handling facility when it is erected. The contract went to uie Colby Elcel engineering co. Of Seattle Wash. The authority s Jan. 17 meeting will be at Georgetown to discuss with interests there a planned 1 i million Dollar facilities improve ment planned for Georgetown s port. Mrs. Laura Graham Loris dec. 12 mrs. Laura Springs Graham 74, widow o William h. Graham of Loris die at her Home wednesday night. Funeral services will be h e11 Friday at at the Loris firs Baptist Church with her pastor the Rev. F. B. Haynes and eve. I w. Bedenbaugh pastor of Lori methodist Church and the Rev. A g. Todd pastor of Ocean drive Beach Baptist Church officiating burial will follow in Patterson cemetery. Mrs. Graham was born in Horry county March 15, 1883 daughter of the late Thomas am Mary Cox Springs. She was a member of the firs Baptist Church and order of East Ern Star Loris chapter 106. He husband will h. Graham died oct. 6, 2956. Surviving arc one son Otis m Graham of Loris four daughters mrs. Bertha Wright mrs. Clyde Watson mrs. J. G. Boyd and mrs Frank Cannon All of Loris two Sisters mrs. Blanche Godwin Punta Gorda fla., mrs. Belle Phipps Tabor City . T h r e Brothers w. T. Springs and c de Springs both of Loris. J. P Springs. Cherry Grove Beach 1 grandchildren 14 great grand children. The body will be taken to the Church at 2 . And lie until the hour of the service. Pallbearer will be h. Tom Roberts j. Pot Steens. Alfred Wood Willard har Dee Bill Welster and Noel Cau sey. Mrs. Lide Mcinvalle Hartsville dec. 12 funeral services for mrs. Mde me Ivalle will be conducted Frida at 4 . From the Brown penning ton Chapel. The Rev. E. K. An Derson the Rev. Otis Holmes am or. Davis m. Sanders will officiate. Burial will be in Mignoli cemetery. Surviving Are her husband an one daughter mrs. Maynard Pat of Hartsville. Doctors have pronounced Dulles in excellent shop. He must re main in Fly inf condition. Pee Dee weather facts data from the United slates weather. Bureau in Florence for the 24-hour period ending at last night. Temperatures highest 33 year Agi 77. Lowest 15 year ago 46. Mean 24 year ago 62. A. M. P. M. Rain none year ago none. Total this month 1.15. Deviation from Normal minus .01. Total this year 42.94. Deviation from Normal minus Sunrise Sunset Beach tides High p. M. Low a. M. P. M. River stages at 8 a. M. " Ateret Camden 12.6 station great pee Dee Cheraw miss ing great pee Dee pee Dee 19.5 rising. Lynches Effingham 9.0 falling. South Carolina fair and warmer Friday. Georgia fair and warmer Friday. High 45-54. By the associated Kress weather Bureau report of temperatures High last 12 hours Low. Last 18 Houri and rainfall last 24 hours ending 7 ., for selected areas station h t or. Station h t or. Albany Knoxville 24 5 Albu Cut l 65 22 Louisville 27 7 17 i .03 Memphis 39 15 Atlanta s2 12 Miami in is bar Ham 37 14 Minn sep 29 4 bismark 49 14 n Orleans 48 25 by ins h k 34 -6 York 34 17 .94 Boiton 29 18 Norfolk 25 ii if s of Omaha 15 38 .01 okla City 50 22 33 2f Pella 23 14 .01 28 10 Shoenl 21 7 Pitt Cal Buffalo c. Hat As Cha flon Charlotte Chicago Cincin u 18 r .0 21 8 porn d me 42 18 so it was ride to the jail for cab fare failure to pay a taxi fare resulted in an extended ride for a Florence Man but not in the direction he preferred. Vance Brewer was charged in recorders court yesterday with failure to pay a s3 taxi fare. The taxi Driver testified that Brewer hired his cab to go to an address on Evans is. Brewer told the Driver that Friend at this address would pay i lie fare. The Friend refused to pay. Brewer then directed the Driver to a residence across town where he said a Good Friend would pay the fare. After arriving there the Friend told the Driver that he was t going to pay the fare and that the Best thing to do would be to take his passenger to jail. The Driver did just that. By that time the fare had risen to judge William Smith sentenced Brewer to or 20 Days or or five Days if he decided to pay uie fare. Dale from . Tumau Fly 10 forecast Snow flurries arc of Ernst Friday or Costein lakes Region and the Middle afto Tiftic states with Light rain in Northern California. It will be very cold in Northern new Ingmond Norl cold in upper Mississippi Volley. It will be warmer in Gull stoics Mississippi Wiley and the Southeast lakes Region will have some cloudiness Ted in will be Clear to portly Cloudy Over most of the nation. A photo lax map burglars hit twice Here for Small amount of Cash two break ins last night netted thieves a profit of from one store and a few dollars in change from another City police reported. Police said that the Back doors o the shoe Box and Millers a system were broken open by some Ype of instrument. Approximately in change was reported taken from the shoe. Box and a few dollars from them system Cash Register. Both robberies occurred Between 1 . And ., police reported. Sea scouts in class several members of sea scout ship 475 pee a lesson from it Jack Maxwell right of Hartsville executive officer of the naval Reserve electronics division 6-12 at Florence s new naval electronics facility. William Collier Martin left is skipper of the group which meets tuesday nights at the facility while John Hasty is first mate and c w Brownjr. Is second mate. Members of the ship Are Billy Dail Dixon Lorch eagles Steve Halls Carlisle Norwood Michael Robertson Bobby Taylor Lee Fickling Robbie Little and Billy Bates. The naval Reserve sponsors the group As a Public service and provides instructors when son franciscan wakes up from 4 months wandering picture Page 10-b new Orleans dec. 12 Fol something four months from the life of 31-year-old Harry gallon of san Francisco and left the memory o him Only with blackness. On aug. 16, gallon an insurance Man hurried to an appointment with a client. He had told his wife to meet him later at the station in san Mateo the san Francisco suburb where they lived. He never met his wife Betty that Day. Police found a blood stained jacket a Wallet a briefcase. They feared robbery kidnapping perhaps i murder. Back claims coming due the first disability insurance Benefit chocks representing Bene fits for the month of july 1957, were delivered Early in August according to mrs. Suanee d. Dusen Bury District manager of the so Cial Security administration District office at 122 South Colt Street Florence South Carolina. Mrs. Dusenb Fry urged All wage earners who have been disabled for six months or longer and who have not filed their claim to apply immediately to their nearest social Security office to determine their rights under inn disability pro visions of the Law. Under the 1956 amendments to the social Security act effective with the month of july disability benefits May be paid to severely disabled workers Between the Ages of 50 and 65. Mrs. Dusenbury explained that to be eligible under the disability provisions in the social Security Law. An individual must meet cer Tain work As Well As medical requirements. He must be 1 so severely disabled that he cannot do any substantial gainful 2 have worked in 5 out of autos collide on Cherokee Road a two car collision on Cherokee re. Wednesday night resulted in approximately in damage City police reported yesterday. Rosa Lee Wiggins of it. 4 said that she pulled out of Park ave. And failed to see the car driven by Tommy 17, which was travelling West on Cherokee but gallon was not a victim of Whisenhunt said that he was about murder. Gallon today said he awoke in new Orleans 2.300 Miles away on either nov 28 or nov. 29, four months later. It was like a blinding Flash that Day i came gallon said. "1 was sitting on this form a form for Cement and it was like waking up with these watching a front of your the last thing gallon paid he remembered when he awoke was blackness. He had been walking through an Alley probably near a san Francisco parking lot to meet a client. It seems like i remember something touching my head men blackness. It was like one time i was rolled during the War when i was in the merchant Marine. 1 was slugged on the Back of the neck with something like a pipe and he said. That blackness is the last thing i remembered until j woke up but gallon did not try to con tact his wife immediately. I was trying to be he said. "1 As afraid if i started telling peo ple i had lost my memory i would wind up in the psycho Ward of a Hospital. I really worried about people thinking i was off my Rocker. So t did t say anything even i later on when things began to get Little straighter in my 10 years before his disability be gallon contacted the now or Gan and 3 have also worked leans slates yesterday and asked in 1 4 out of the last 3 years be them to help Contact his wife. Fore that Date. Employment or self employment in work must have been covered by the social Security Law. Disabled workers under age 50 May qualify to freeze their social Security earnings record and protect to in rights to future pay a cols. Qualified disabled persons who have not yet applied for Cash Dis ability benefits May be paid retroactively to the month of july 1957, if they get their application in before the end of december 1957, mrs. Dusenbury said. His wife and daughter had moved to Burlingame calif., be cause they could not keep up with a suburban Home without gallon s salary. He called and told her he would Lake a plane for Home time for their ninth wedding anniversary dec. 20, and for Christ zoologists now use a water Pis Tol loaded with a narcotic to put a shark to sleep while they study its reproductive processes. Know the weather from Ocean and lakes by e. H. Sims where dons the moisture in the Nir come from were does the moisture of Clouds come from since he Sun produces no Mois Ture nil since the air around us continuously presents Clouds which us rain naturally Tho question arises Wiere does the moisture come the answer is that the air i h r n n i h evaporation absorbs Sci sure from the Earth and Ocean at an amazing rate. Millions of tons of water Are absorbed through Ovna orilion a very second thus when a rain brings us hundreds of thousands. Or millions of tons of water from the sky this water tins been picked up from die Ocean Rivers lakes and the Earth itself through Capora Linn w i t h u u t evaporation which Nii ikes possible the Transfer of moisture Large areas of the Earlh would useless desert wastes. G be him a Schaefer gift certificate Schoefer Multi 1o Schaefer sport Coats to Schrefa to work mob flannel suits Shaefor Tuxedo suits. Schooner full dress suits tails. Schaefer White dinner jackets Clyburn the tailor 151 East Evans to pass a bus and had pulled Back no his Lane when he was struck n the Side. Neither was injured. When perseverance shakes hands with enthusiasm Success immediately joins the party your enthusiasm for will be boundless once you be had it installed in your Home. It s automatic Power at your Finger tips and Cost of operation is Only pennies a Day. Make that installation now 1952 Range dishwasher Freezer Washer dryer a Kroner o refrigerator want to put Happy Holiday in the Little lady s heart then brighten her Christ Mas with the snowy whiteness of a major electric appliance. For years to come Shell remember your thoughtfulness As each Day some dredging household task is eased. Your electric dealer can help you wrap up the perfect gift for her in one Happy package. This year make her Christmas the brightest whitest Ever. Give her an electric appliance. Power Light

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