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Florence Morning News (Newspaper) - December 18, 1953, Florence, South CarolinaPage it a the Florence morning news Florence. S. Friday morning december 18, 1953 deaths and funerals b. Anderson Hartsville. Dec. 17 b. Anderson 37, died at his Home today. Funeral arrangements Are in Complete. Surviving Are his wife mrs. Marr Mills Anderson a Durh Ter j. E. Watson of wades Boro. N. C two sons b. Andersonjr. Of Concord n. C., and Charles Anderson of Iceland four Brothers Jim. B., White Ford and Marion Anderson All of Page land two Sisters mrs. R. M. Sanders and mrs. Waller Outcen. Both of Pageland. Luther m. Coleman Luther Martin Coleman 66, of Hyman died at 2 . Yesterday at his residence of a heart attack. Funeral arrangements will be announced by Stoudenmire funeral Home. Or. Coleman was born . 30 1886. In Florence county a son of the late William b. And Mary Jane Keefe Coleman. He was a Farmer and a member of Prospect Metho dist Church of Hyman. Surviving is his widow mrs. Larie Bunch Coleman of Hyman three sons Wallace cold Man Florence. Edward Coleman of Miami. Fla. And Herbert Coleman of Florence one daughter mrs. Hoyt Lynch of Hyman two Brothers Willie Coleman of Coward and Maxie c. Coleman of Hyman one sister. Mrs. M. Harrell of Pamplico seven grandchildren. Giles s. Hinson Lynchburg. Dec. 17 Funer Al services for Giles s. Hinson 80. Retired Atlantic coast line rail Road co. Employee of Lynchburg were held at 3 p. M. Today from the Lynchburg methodist Church. The Rev. T. Cannon officiated assisted by the Rcv. Or. Taylor. Burial followed in the presbyterian cemetery at Lynchburg. Or. Hinson. Born in Lee county was a son of the late w. H. And Man broach Hinson. He worked the acl from 1895 until 19.18, when he retired. He was a member of the masonic Lodge Woodman of the world aluminium awnings venetian blinds by Bot Mutch stick Tei Btl pen ire on Elf ilm dial Utsey s brotherhood of Railroad trainmen and was a member of the Lynch Burg methodist Church. His latter Vears were spent in farming in the Community. Survivors include his widow. Mrs. Maggie Kilpatrick Hinson free daughters. Mrs. Bessie Louise Hinson of Lynchburg mrs. Monroe of Long Island n. Y., and r. T. Posy of Cranford n. Four sons w. T. Hinson of Sumter h. S. Hinson of Forest City ariz., f. E. Hinson of Florence and j. Felder Hinson of Ora Ford n. And nine grandchildren. Mrs. Evelyn Floyd Olanta . 17 mrs. Eve Lyn Floyd. 80. Widow of Julius Floyd of the St. Johns Community near Granta died today in a Flor ence Hospital. Funeral services vill be conducted at 3 pm. Friday at the St. Johns methodist Church by the Rev. W. F Baker. Burial will follow in the Titomas cemetery. Mrs. Floyd is survived by a daughter mrs Solma Cole of Lake City two tons Winright Floyd of Ola Nta and Wesley Floyd of Alcolu a sister. Mrs. Bunion Sims of Santa a brother. Trillian my Izic of Florence 20 grandchildren and 12 great grandchildren. Cigar Tel cart. Popular Brandt l m Viceroy cigars 5 s 25 i 50 i Prince Albert la. J and j drug co. Mrs. Elizabeth Bradham Sumter . 17 funeral services for mrs. Elizabeth Holla Day Brad Hiim. 08. Were held this afternoon Arnm the Chapel of the Shelley Hymson funeral Home. The Rev. M. Kyzr of Darington. The Rev. H. Simpson of Ridge Springs and the Rev. Luther Knight of Slimmer officiated. Burial followed in the. Manning Mcterry. Mrs. Hardham wife of Bert a. Bradham died at to Lorn Hospital note tuesday night after n Long illness. She was born in Sumnler county a daughter of the late t. L. And Susan Frances Davis Holladay. 5hc was a member of the Brace Baptist Church. Survivors include in addition to her husband four Dii Wightm a mrs. Ii. W. White mrs. T. W. Dun and mrs. L. M. Knob till of Slimmer county and mrs j. .1 Brewer of Latta three sons l s. Brand Liyim. And b. A. Brand him or. Both of Sumter county and sgt. Carey b. Brad Hiim o the air Force stationed in save Tanh one sister mrs. D. Brno dam of Bennettsville two Brothers. W. A. Holladay of Manning and Bob Llo Laday of Georgetown and 11 grandchildren. Richard l. Morton Chehaw . 17 funeral services for air hard Lee Horton. So. Were held this aft Mcmyn from the re Deani funeral Home with the Rev. W. F. Harris of Cheraw and the Rcv. Fred pledge path of Conway officiating. Burial followed in the Chat Himin Hill memorial gardens. Or. Horton died it his Home wednesday after n Short illness a unlike of Kershaw he came to Cheraw in j943 when he was Man Ager of the Cheraw stole 1 Erk for several years. In recent years he has been manager of the Wallace motor court and restaurant. He is survived by his widow mrs. Patricia big com Norton his Mother mrs. G. T. In Trou of co Lumbia one daughter miss Hlaic Horton of Columbia College three Sisters mrs. T. A. Gunter of Chesterfield mis. H. Haley of Ham let mrs. Emmet Haley of Colum Amon i the honorary pallbearers were or. Walter mend and or. H. Stokes of Florence and or. Wright Spears of Columbia. Barrie Mcd. Chestnut Conway . 17 a Kirlic Mcduffin Chestnut. Of the Shell Section of Horry county died wednesday in the in May Hospital. Graveside services will be con ducted at 11 . Saturday it the Mountain cemetery by the Rev j. Bexley. Quality fuels Coal charcoal fuel Oil Florence ice and fuel co. 204 North Irby St. Dial 8281 this was the scene As Gen. George c. Marshall hi5 hands clasped before him was presented the Nobel peace prize for 1953 by norwegian Nobel prize commit tee president Gunnar John at Oslo University. Gen. Marshall american Soldier states received the award for his sponsorship of Post War Aid to Europe. A photo plane builder sees space ships within 50 years Washington. Dec. 17 my Jlynn l. Martin a builder of air inns for almost 50 yews pre licked today Hie next 50 years will iring space ships will speeds of 5.000 Miles an hour. Martin in n talk prepared for a next Long of aviation scientists said v lipid no heist mice in forecasting in the second half Century of Ighel 1. Giant 200-Passcngor Jet air Vas tossing tin continents and to oceans in literally Zero time i twin Westerly this would menu flight in the neighbor mod of 1.000 Miles an hour to keep with the Sun. 2. Aircraft powered by atomic is bombers capable f multiple nou Stop circumnavigation of the Globe and inter As passenger airliners. 3. Helicopters currying All Ait Ine traffic Over distances up to 150 Miles. 4. Fully automatic airline flight orations through electronic guid Ance and control equipment. 5. Flying boats with speeds Matching those of bind planes but Vith greater capacity for cargo passengers or weapons. G. Reductions to bring the Cost of ill travel Well below that of any Ither form of transportation. Merlin was chosen to deliver the Wright Brothers lecture Given hero under Tho auspice if the Institute of Hie aeronautical a deuces in Tho anniversary of the powered flight by Orville and Wilbur Wright. Mill tin retired head of the Glenn mar ten co., Baltimore builders of seaplanes transports and Iii Ary to was Closel in quailed with Orville Wright As i Friend and business associate or Ninny years. Orville was the most hones Man 1 Ever Martin said. I am convinced that it was Lii Devotion to truth in All things Tiit Lily at the Root of the Wrigh Brothers Success in creating the Nir Plano. Plane modern Jet Mark Progress in skies Kitt Hawk n.c., . 17 years of Progress in Man s Conquest of the air were portrayed dramatically today in the space of less than two hours. A Little cloth and Slick air plane built in 1914 took off almost 50 years to the minute after the first get Here by the Brothers Wilbur id Orville Wright on . 17, 03. Billy Parker of Bartles Villa okla. Of the nation s first pilots took f in his wobbling and swaying aft and followed the route of Ewright s first flights before ruling the big Granite Pylon erect for the gift he will love of choose Black Decker Power tools let us show you one of our Sandra a Olgui or kits. You eel triple value with these Drill which ran also lie used for fund inc and pol . The Home craftsman who likes to Iii or or repair Lull pcs will in War tools i Lack Docker. Jobs that once required hours Ean be done in min it is fun to use Lilek a Decker tools. We have Power saws drills and Sanders for you to choose from. Deride nov to make tins a Ulasek a Decker Christmas see our Complete line today National welders Supply Headquarters for Power 121 e. Palmetto St. Phone 3642 Florence s. Senate red Hunters suggest new basis for prosecution new York. Doc. 37 to a Soi tto sub commit Lido said t Triay evidence n witjiofs1 membership in Trio con Inu nist party would be presents Sci he Justice department As Subj Estrid basis for proc Cutick. The aide. Koy m. Cohn. Sub con Nitice chief counsel said men in ship in the party with n know i of its objectives and n Cruit Inu members for the part inc clearly a violation of to Smith act. Allocations plunk these lines War made today against Harry Hyma if new York himself a Witni it today s hearing of the sub con Init tee. Headed by sen. Joseph 1 Mccarthy a Lynian for Molly worked for foe ral telecommunications labor lories. Nutley x. J., which Doi work Lor the Kove Rumon four other witnesses test if they heard a Lyman say he was member of the communist part. Two of them said he tried to Thorn to join it Lyman himself swore he Nev committed a crime. Modern aviation s l experiments and who came in the Winter because their bicycle Sho was Busy in the summer time. Heading the speakers were Gen James h. Doolittle famed spec flyer and world War ii hero we led the first bombing raid on Japan Doolittle who is chairman of the National 50th anniversary commit tee observed it is ironical tha so much attention is being Pai the 50th anniversary when the firs flight was virtually ignored at the time. The real meaning of Wright s first flight and the 1 to Mark rth place. A Little Over half an to Lother plane circled ent. It was a British Canberra Irabor that took off from North n Ireland at about 6 . 1 . Stopped at Gander nfld., refuel lingered there about rec hours and zoomed Over the right memorial at about the plane crossed the Atlantic i just two minutes Short of record me. The. Same plane and Crew a cantly won the London new Zoa Nul air race. Flight it. R. L. In Loii the Pilot said that he and is flight it. D. H. Inn non weren t out to set a rec re of any after circling in Monument they landed at Eliz Betti City. Aviation development also was Ramati cd a huge Armada of planes. The show was Fea ired by sonic booms As Sabre broke through the Speed of Bounri in thundering dives and mail no precision flying of f84 by n team of four ail orc pilots. Shortly after Parker s legit of the first Wright flights a a Iii new dc7 Airliner Streaker ver the memorial and then shot p in a sleep climb More like Guhler than n huge transport. The 9-passenger plane last night set a new record five hours and 54 min Tes for a flight from Santa Mon Ca calif., to Washington . A crowd of about braved he bitter cold to witness the Cere tonics that climaxed a four a Celebration Here of the Golden anniversary of powered flight. A Une Heon and further Demontra Lions this afternoon ended the even most elaborate of Many he throughout the world this year. Weathermen said the below freezing temperature and the chill ing winds were quite similar to conditions that prevailed Here 50 years ago when the Dayton Ohio Brothers first took Mankind off the ground in a powered heavier than. Air Craft. More than 200 air planes of every Yix ranging from Parker s Pusher and an Early Model helicopter to the fastest and biggest planes used the air Force participated in the air show which got under Way when two coast guard helicopters hovered Over the Monument and lowered memorial wreaths. Friends and relatives of the Wrights joined with some of the nation s top aviation leaders in pay ing tribute to the Brothers who came Here because of the persist ent winds to make their flight sex in finance of this anniversary a not in the events themselves by in what they Lead what of lows said Doolittle. There was no immediate prac tical value in flying 120 h added but there was imm easm Able value in knowing How to d it in proving for the first time the could be done and in Learnin of to Fly easier belter further and since that first flight he said he world has shrunk and the oceans have become avenues approach which must be watch ind the Only hint of criticism of the Wrights heard during the four i vent were voiced by rep. Ca workmen begin work on new water lines workmen this week began Lay g an eight Inch water main from n existing 12-Inch line on Church reel to Dargan Street to provide r increased fire Protection on ast Darlington Street. The Job is in line with a plan approved by City Council in special session Las month at the request 1 local businessmen and the went Orth manufacturing co. Of fall Iver mass. At that time the Wentworth pm through c. Ray Smith of Lorence said it was interested in pening a Plant Here and had ten Ati Velj selected a building on East Darlington Street. However coun in was to a the firm needed a system and that an sex Jension of existing water Mains Vas necessary. Liner completes ouf Ocean trip without its rudder Oslo Norway . 7 norwegian America liner Stavan first big passenger ii known to have crossed the greater part of the Atlantic with it a in Oslo to night. She came in Only two Days behind schedule. Apt. Olaf Bjornstad. A Sailo since 1914. Described the rudder Ess crossing As the worst experience i be Ever had at the Stavan Erfjord lost her Rud Ler in a Hurricane in the evening hours of . 8 about mile r three of new Yrol where the Christmas crossing started. Since then she travelled Miles in nine Days without a Rud Der steering with her twin screws More time for Haymes los Angeles . 17 we deportation proceedings against Singer Dick Haymes were continue definitely today to allow his at Orney time to take depositions new York. Linshaw chairman of Point congressional committee of he flight anniversary. He told the luncheon crowd tha the real development of the air Lane was delayed perhaps year the unread Ness of the Wright .0 share their Pride and Joy wit he world while they negotiated what seems now a desultory Sor of Way for its ii said that once the development i Start it went like Many High state officials joined with the visitors from other part of the nation at the ceremony. The visitors included sen. John Bricke several congressmen Gen. Nathan Twining air fore chief of staff and Many other they wore welcomed by it. Gov Luther Hodges subbing for go1 Umstead. For freshness select _ Dixie crystals City manager d. Barbot tinted out that the Extension Ould Cost approximately councilman h. F. Dargan along he mayor James r. A Chipnan and mrs. Maye Stevenson approved e plan. However Dargan who e the motion stipulated that new line be placed Only after in City was assured the factory Ould develop. Barbot said yesterday that any Ord on the factory would have o come from Smith. Smith said he beginning renovation of the building on East Darlington Street n a Small scale but that con facts with Wentworth had not Een signed. He was t certain of the future but Felt the Deal would e closed within a week. Dargan said he knew nothing of he present status on the factory. However he said that with bar Bot he Felt the water line was needed for increased fire protect Ion in the area. Anyone with a warehouse need sprinkler he said. If Wentworth does t come the facilities will make the building at Active for any other firm inter ested in establishing Here. I must prepare facilities that Wil prepare for any the councilman added that Fin insurance rates in that area o Florence were now exorbitant and almost prohibitive. The new line will Cut that rate he Felt. 3hild injured when hit by car Ronnie Hill six year old son of or. And mrs. R. Hill 900 Chestnut St. Was admitted to Mcleod infirmary with a broken leg esterday afternoon after had Leen struck by a car near his lome. Officers identified the Driver of he car As mrs. Merle Keels Cul Berson of 607 s. Franklin or. Cabinet summoned London . 17 m prime minister Winston Churchill tonight summoned a Cabinet meeting for tomorrow to Clear up any out standing government business be fore the Christmas holidays. About 80 per cent of the air is nitrogen. South Carolina National Bank member . Peri com sugar j Juick v easy to Cook while tender faulty 1 Rice in just a few minutes Beautiful templing delicious Gas 28 5 for free gifts super a South Irby Street Cannon Bath Totta Candy we make real estate Loans foe installation of that Woter suit in and bathroom for lotto so us Kwh tour notional finance corp. North Dorgon Otot you May. At Edens 4 free turkeys four Beautiful Large live turkeys will be Given away at your Friendly Edens food store in Florence and four More will be Given away at Edens in Darlington during the Christmas sea son. We will begin giving free tickets thursday morning december 17 and will continue through Christmas. We will give a free Turkey at 4 p. M. Friday december 18, will give a second give another free Turkey wednesday december 23 at 4 p. M. And will give the final Turkey at 4 p. M. Thursday december 24. You will receive free tickets with each Ond every visit to Edens food store in Darlington and Florence from december 17 through december 24. Please write your name address and talc Phonn number on the Back of your stub before depositing it so that we will be Able to notify All winners. There is nothing to your free tickets with every visit

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