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Florence Morning News (Newspaper) - December 13, 1957, Florence, South CarolinaFriday morning december 13, 1957 the Florence morning news. Florence. S. C Page 5-a Johns Hopkins psychiatrist mental health speaker Here a nationally famous child psychiatrist or. Leon Eisenberg of Johns Hopkins Hospital will address the annual meeting of Pic Flor for mental or. Eison Berg s engagement was made yesterday at a act tag of the com enc county Assn. Health january 31. Announcement of Mittee on Volunteer services. He will lecture on As the Twig is or personality in the meeting to be held Moore Junior High is Only one of a series of projects to increase mental Public interest in the mental health program the committee disclosed yesterday., a membership drive is pegged to gel underway january 1 with 1.000-Memhcr goal directed by ret to finding personnel was Dis appreciate she Laid covering them our own com miss Hudson said some co unities their serv ices after they have completed training. Other Points she touched on were raising funds for research and training help the Public to accept mental illness As a prob Lem thai May affect anyone. Don t filiss Linda summer membership chairman. In addition on essay con Tost or Hish school juniors and seniors on careers in mental health with in prize Money is scheduled in february and March to stimulate interest in Young people. The chapter has also formed a speakers Bureau some 17 speakers available for club school Church and of her groups. Yesterday s meeting at the Gar Den game cafeteria stressed the part chapter members can play in Volunteer work and in generating a change in the Public attitude toward mental illness. Miss summer in a summary stressed eight Points. Become Well acquainted with the facts of mental illness and mental health. Take an Active part in promoting Good legislation for the program set King More professional personnel and education work with the local mental health associations. Encourage High school and College youth to con Sider careers in mental she said she thought the Sec neglect the mentally ill. Give them support and encouragement and visit them she added help people feel that it s right to seek help for of Volunteer services at the state Hospital in Columbia. Miss Keith Hudson director of such services there pointed out in speaking of the needs of the Hospital i think it s easy to raise anxieties of people who have loved ones she said that the Hospital must provide food shelter clothing and medical care for 52.26 per Day per patient which leaves Little ror she pictured a Ward As a Large Are room with 80-100 persons in on Beds As close together As possible and the room completely aare except for Home straight then she pictured the same Ward with curtains on the windows. A television set. Cards checkers and other table games lounge chairs and other items to make the confinement most restful. This the project Volunteer services can. Benefit she said. It s the human touch the Home Type atmosphere that they Lumbia individuals arc Volunteer ing musical programs occupation Al therapy and psychological Theta Pyas contributions to life in the sorts of entertainment for the a groups have sponsored various shop on alcoholism tents. Or. M. B. Mohley president of the Florence county association outlined some of the projects the group has undertaken including a workshop for Polte officers 01 How to handle the mentally ill a workshop Tor ministers on Menta health problems and another work shop on alcoholism. He said a psychologist from Charleston will address the Flor ence county medical Assn. Nex month. Others taking part on the pro kiwanis brings toys As tickets for Barbecue Ostman moves outside Stamps tooth planned Florence postmaster Haskul Homas anticipating the Usua Eavy crush of Christmas Posta business announced plans Las right for a Small postage Booth o be placed in front of the Post office building on w. Evans St. Thomas said that the Structure used As a ticket Booth at the East Ern Carolina fair will sell postage Stamps Only from 10 . To noon and from 2 to 4 . Lawrence will operate the Booth. This Booth will serve two Pur it will pro vide our patrons better service on postage and will also relieve the congestion in the Post office lob ram included or. P. Beck Man director of mental healt for the state mental health com Mission mrs. Sadie b. Want stat chairman of the Volunteer sen ices committee for the group. Mrs Jack Gardener Darlington count Volunteer services chairman mis Betty Warren in charge of the contest and mrs. Charle Ingram chairman of Volunteer services for Florence county. Mrs. Hazel gee who organize the speaker s Bureau. Said re quests should be made a Mont or More in Advance and Aske them As far As possible in a Thomas said the Booth would be erected sometime today. I in making the announcement the postmaster also took occasion to urge citizens to mail their Christmas cards and parcels Early especially those for Distant Points. He said that beginning next week some 14 temporary assistants will be pressed into full time duty. These will bolster the full complement of postal work ers As Well As substitutes. A majority of the extra help will be made up of College Stu dents Home for the holidays. The postmaster emphasized that priority for employment is Given to civil sen ice applicants and Veter ans. Mcleod of infirmary admission Lor dec. 11. Mrs. L. C. Weatherford Harts Al Cio condemn rackets probing Ville mrs. C. B. Tiller. Johnsonville Florence s kiwanis club Mem her went to the Florence fire station yesterday for their annual Barbecue the program being sponsored by the underprivileged child committee. As admission to the affair. I anians contributed broken toys in the firemen s toy repair project. The meal was served by members of the underprivileged child commiitei1 of which p. C. In Laday is chairman. I the Kev. Julius Clarke retired j methodist minister addressed the croup on the sigh incl the child in our he used As his text the scriptural Reading from what manner of Man thai this child he11" i the Rev. Or Clarke a kiwanis member himself emphasized that parents determine what a child will become he said children should have the Best training Avail Able primarily in the Home in and Rii lion to that in the Public school and Church school. If. Also pointed out that he aridity and environment could be overcome by proper training. Run Dozier presided Over the . The club next week will meet at the Industrial school for the annual Christmas party for the boys there. William m. Keysaer Laneville Ohio miss Mary e Griffith. Florence mrs. L. H. Clanton Darlington mrs. Minnie Matthews Coward Jonathan Hayes Mullins James Myers child Chester Field Joseph r. Toueh Herry jr., Flor ence mrs. Cameron player Florence mrs. B. D. Dargan. Darlington mrs. J. L. Smith Florence Alice King. Johnsonville mrs. R. K. Baker. Chesterfield c. C. Thomas. Hamer j. L. Pate. Cheraw mrs. Herbert King jr., Lydia Clifford Hugh Lafary jr., Lake City mrs. Jessie Pamell. Darlington w. 0. Spivie Florence Tommy Mishoe Conway mrs. Cullie w. Jenkins Florence p. C. Jordan Florence Laveria Chasteen f r i t r t o n child Florence Elijah Anderson. Lynchburg discharges for dec. 11. Mrs. John Gainey 8 baby Flor ence mrs. K. N. Hyman i baby. Florence sgt. John c. Woods. Florence mrs. 11 h. Govan. Myrtle Bead mrs. James e. Skipper Flor ence or. George s. Tyson Florence mrs. C. B. Jones Dillon mrs. S. M. Knight Johnsonville w. N. Cause Florence John m. Reese jr., Florence mrs. H. S. Poston Florence Gola e. Stevens Tabor City . Mrs. H e. Broach Florence mrs. T. Kenneth Summerford Florence Atlantic City dec. 12 w the Al Cio today condemned he Senate rackets investigating committee As unfair but pledged continuing drive to rid labor s ranks of corruption. The federation wound up its con Tention by re electing president Jerge Meany who called on la Jor to stick to its knitting in boosting wages and organizing new members. If we organize Well if we bar gain Meany said we will mild up the standards. Out of them will flow benefits to the Community and to society As a in final action the convention listed the laundry and bakery workers unions on rackets and corruption charges. Earlier in the convention the teamsters were similarly expelled. These oysters reduced Over All Al Cio Mem i be ship from 15 million to about 13i-i million. A convention Resolution blasted the Senate committee headed by sen. Mcclellan dark for Lack of objectivity and fairness in its hearings end corruption in Tokyo second Tokyo. Dec. 12 tar if you won Der which of the world s big three cities is the biggest to Kyo s metropolitan government has iwas for you. It said the population in november was up in the past year. Stand Ard reference works say greater London has a population of s20 greater new York mrs. Kennedy Florence John Joseph Starnes child1, Patrick Fred Rembert Florence mrs. F. D. Pate. Cheraw mrs. Raleigh Smith or. Marion mrs. J. R. Wilson Florence Thomas j. Carter Florence Emory Mcgee. Coward mrs. C. C. Enzor fair Bluff . Miss Vivian Yarboro. Darlington James Charles Flor ence Konney Richmond. Florence phone Bernor. Up to j noon for your Money later the same Day i you select your own repayment plan i monthly monthly Pey Menti the Doti no include Mir oct Mutual finance Thrift corporation of Florence 184 North Irby 3-1576 Aiken Anderson Camden Charston Columbia open vice Ora Noburo Rock Hill Inarta Buxo Sumter George Meany another term j is there s nothing wrong with the Matt. He elected with Meany As Al Cio officers were Secretary treasurer William Schnitzler and 25 failing to look for j vice presidents. Elected As new vice presidents were Peter t. Schoemann plumbers Union pres ident and Paul l. Phillips paper workers president. Meany in accepting re election business with the same Fervour As in labor. Corruption within the Ameri can ichor movement is but a Small part of the Over All problem in the whole of our the Resolution said. A h i 1 e acknowledging the wrongdoings of a Small minority in the leadership of a few unions we believe that objectivity re quires recognition that in a society Over emphasizing material wealth More corruption will be found in business and the Resolution singled out Sens. Goldwater in Ariz Curtis

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