Florence Morning News Newspaper Archives Dec 25 1953, Page 46

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Florence Morning News (Newspaper) - December 25, 1953, Florence, South CarolinaPage 14-d the Florence Mohning news. Florence s. C. Friday morning. December 25, 1953 what s in store for 1954? the Farmer and his problems Are Likely to play feature roles in the 1954 National scene. The Eisenhower administration and Congress Ore preparing to five an agricultural Situa Tion top Billing Over other domes tic problems. A Sharp Derline in Airport. Markets Rind accumulated farm surpluses have pulled Down farm prices and income to raise the threat of a possible agricultural depression. Acting for the administration. Secretary of agriculture Benson has promised 10 submit a new farm program that would depend less on government subsidies prior supports and controls than docs the present program. It would place greater emphasis on de signed to regain lost overseas markets. Benson s ideas face bitter oppo Tirion. Should Congress reject Benson s recommendations he might step aside As farm chief to allow the president to name a successor in sympathy with congressional v Martin. Among things most Tae. In to happen in 1954 a million school children will be injected with Gamma globulin or polio voc inc aircraft will be enter and look More streamlined bathing suits will be ski pier but there will be few com plaints machinery wiil turn out More machinery. Building construction of All kinds will continue at r High rate. Any changes in volume from the 1953 level Are expected to be no More than 2 to s per cent less. The nation s total outlay for new buildings again will Range around 34 billion this is n a Juvern ment forecast. Supporting it arc plans now on the drawing boards. Breu Lucr. Aviation of the Earth s total of m 480 Mil proms from the Sale lion land Seres about million acres might be arable says a of Cotton provides about half the twentieth Century fund estimate Revenue the Sudan. You can expect Hie first flight of the Fin to. Jet trans port in Boring a a plan co. Expects by midyear to Fly its first Model. Officially it s designed As a Jet Tanker for the refuelling of 1352s. J3-17 and fast Jet fighters. Must american buyers have turned thu Liibs Down on hit British Jet Comet Fly ing on foreign routes the year and a half As too Small and too costly. Lockheed mid Douglas Are working on Sci transport projects too and May have Smet Bing to show in 1954. The air Force plans to inaugurate its guided mis Sile Range film Florida s Cape canaveral to j Piirto Rico in the a timing year. And the first Martin Matador guided missile unit is to lie sent to Europe. Vern Lati Clond police Don t Tarry in finding goods Richmond va., dec. 21 iffy say i is like my m. L. Wea .hcrir.gton, of Beaver dam a walked into it Climond police Headquarters to report the theft of a suitcase containing cloth ing from his automobile. He Enid . .1. G. Was holding Pic garment. It was. Richmond police Hail picked up the thief. And Smith already had checked tin owner s with crying towels East Haven conn., dec. 24 uti-lias.1 Haven republicans beaten in n municipal election met for a Post election their Mec Liivik place was a restaurant name through a laundry Mark. Named tin weeping Willows i 5? 1 5 e f a of for radio to 1 color in television May not a very big audience in but at least by another Liris Mas it should be Well on to Way. Two networks Abc and lbs ready Are equipped for color and arc expected to the most Active in present no tinted shows. They also were he principals in the color fight he Compaq Ilc system advocated in the former finally winning out. K. Butterfield puerto annual imports Are at about 400 million dollars Imi exports at about 250 million Lui Lars. Communists Nineteen fifty three is coins Down in soviet h Story As the end of the Stalin Era and the beginning of a new yet unnamed. Nineteen fifty four Wil begin with Premier a Corgi Mak nov seemingly firmly in control n Russia and engaged in implementing a pro Gram of place and plenty for the Peoples of the soviet Union. The world outside Russia Skepi Cal of soviet intentions is still waiting to be convinced by deeds As distinct from words that Malin Kov and his government really does mean peace. In August Malc nov announced that the soviet Union possessed the Hydrogen bomb and then exploded one a few Days later to prove it. At Llie same Lime he made pub full merely fulfilling the promises. Lie his program for increasing the production and Sale of goods for soviet Consumers and for alleviating the position of the soviet Fanner while at the same time increasing food production. Malenkos in 1954, probably will seek better relations in particular with Britain and France. Inside the soviet Union Malenkos will very probably have his hands they got action North Haven conn., dec. 24 a special town meeting authorized this Community of 30.000 to spend s80.000 for a school Addi Tion. The meeting lasted four min utes. Ten citizens attended. Lade to the people in 1953 for increased living standards. One thing seems certain that Russia under Malenkos As under Stalin will continue to be a totalitarian regime and ardently communist. Whitney Chatta trip trip Hartford conn., dec. 24 us Ted Matusewic who has been Fly ing planes since 1919 without in jury fell on a night of stairs in his Home and broke his right Arm. The thug that Burns me up is i can t remember what i went downstairs Matusewic said phone jokes Are Hung up Newport ky., dec. 24 we the Telephone in the police station rang and the caller taunted you d sure like to get me but you Don t know where i am. Haw Haw with that he d bang the re receiver go to another phone and repeat the performance. A Telephone operator became suspicious after shed handled about 40 Calls to the police station. She traced one of the Calls and tipped officers. Officers said Thomas g. Wat son was still chuckling when they tapped him on the shoulder at a tavern phone Booth. He was charged with breach of the peace. F. Goodrich i i and Best wishes for a Christmas that will be memorable for the happiness and enjoyment it will bring to you and your dear ones. City of Florence j. R. Schipman mayor d. C. Barbot City mgr. Wylie g. Caldwell City atty. Mrs. Maye Stevenson e. E. Stone David Mcleod Henry f. Dargan jr., councilmen

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