Florence Morning News Newspaper Archives Dec 25 1957, Page 5

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Florence Morning News (Newspaper) - December 25, 1957, Florence, South CarolinaWednesday morning. December 25, 1957 the Florence morning news Florence. S. C. Page a a he s remaining j in prison Post past deadline Jefke Ison City my. Dec. 24 is the Day Earl Alexan Der was due to get out of prison. Kis release papers were ready to go. But he asked permission to stay on an extra month. He is the coach of the Box ing team at Missouri Penitentiary and. Finally after years of trying the team is going to meet some Competition from the it. Riley kan., team is scheduled to Mec to the prison team Jan. 13 and Barl wants to be on hand to get his boys in shape. Alexander a negro a term for armed robbery. Exiles from Spain meet in san Juan san Juan puerto Alico dec. ,24 i two distinguished exiles i from Spain prize poet Juan j Ramon Jimenez and cellist Pablo Casals have met for the first time. Jimenez who won the Nobel prize for literature in was 76 yesterday. His Only Celebration was an intimate gathering at the Home of Chancellor Jaime by Nile of the University of puerto Hico. Casals was one of the five per sons present. The two exiles now live Here. New York City had its begin Ning As a major transatlantic shipping Center on dec. 28, 1847, with the arrival of the steamship Hibernia from great Britain. Confucius founder of the confucian religion was born in China in 551 . Bess Cottingham Florist Flowers for Oil ecco Sions vol West Cheves told door West of or Ltd infirmary. Tel. Day 2-4501 5581 water Plant c. J. Richbourg Busy. T Telephone operators set for the Many Holiday Calls keeping City alive Public servants remain at jobs keeping Alert fireman Maxie by John Hay morning news staff writer while Many pee Dee citizens open gifts enjoy Christmas Din ners and sit around happily with their families there Are others whose work goes on As usual with out Celebration and the tradition Al Holiday. These citizens Are performing Public for citizens who Sre enjoying Christ Mas. Without these services the City would he in secure and its functions would cease. Such is the lot drawn by Mem Bers of the police Force Hospital staffs fire department and water Plant. They Are to a City even for one Day. And despite the Holiday communication must be maintained. Telephone operators Are perform ing this task. A typical policeman is accustomed to working holidays. He s done it for years. If his usual Day off fails on Christmas he lays aside his uniform and plays with the kills and their new toys. If not. Thru he goes about the City in his usual protective manner considering it another Day. A full Force of patrolmen is maintained every Holiday. Traffic policemen have today off they have worked hours overtime during tire traffic Rush season and there is no need for them today. Traffic is sparse. Members of the tire department went to work today to what they Hope will be another monotonous for fire Calls Haynes ready to go youths escape two Charleston youths escaped from the South Carolina Industrial school Here monday night Accord ing to City police records. Both Are 14. Shift. They must remain Alert who Thor it is or not. Fires Are not i uncommon during the Holiday. A City employee is checking pressures and adjusting valves in the City water Plant. His Job is to Keap the City supplied with water Safe for drinking. He did t have last Christmas off and probably won t have the next. His Post is also Loo important to be Leit a j cant. I thousands o phone Calls will he made today with uie usual in flux of Holiday greetings from relatives and friends who could t make it bark Home this Christmas. Local Calls will be few hut Long distance Calls Are expected to number High. Ben Miller traffic manager of Southern Bell co. Here says that 80 per cent of the opera Tor staff will be working today. Approximately 4000 Calls Are expected in All. In Many respects the most important function in the City today is being performed by the Emer gency Crews in the hospitals. They Are prepared to help save lives. Kmer Ncncy Crews will be supplemented by other Hospital staff. Members if the occasion arises. For Many Are on a stand by basis at Home. These Are the people who go quietly about their work Contri buting every Day of the year to the task or keeping the City alive. After Christmas clearance dresses Coats suits Holiday dresses to furs off pm. Selected skirts blouses sweaters bags gloves lingerie House Coats to millinery operating scene at Mcleod infirmary Hospital emergency Crews Are ready to assist. Christmas spirit invades City Hall he release Greet in City i number from any one court poised i Richmond. A. Dec. 24 us Maurice sent the release Gro the Christmas spirit took hold to 52 to it Headquarters and courts today. Motorcycle policemen poised _. La for towing duty at 7 a.m., re a pour Fng i Edc Neis cited this radio message i j j j cutting cars parked on a ugh 111 ii Fin streets during Rush hours m dec. 24 four new Are towed away at a Cost of to j have been added to the to the owner. Faculty of the elementary schools police also were ordered tag i in this District according to c. D. With discretion and Only when Joyner superintendent of Marion schools. And four Richmond courts gave mrs. W. B. Norwood joined the their traditional Christmas am Cedar Grove faculty As a replace Nelv today to 69 City jail prison ment for mrs. Loraine Lane mrs. Or my would have completed Dorothy h. Thames was also Arica their sentences prior to Jan. 5. Cd to the Cedar Grove faculty due police court judge Harold to a substantial increase in enrolment. Mrs. Norwood will teach second and third grades. Mrs. Thames will teach fourth and fifth grades. Airs. James Hooks or. Has re grammar school As a third teacher. Mrs. Alice j. Mcmillan of Lins. Will replace mrs. Grace Rade mul kills As fourth Grade teacher at East placed mrs. J. L. Mason at the Erling elementary school. One group of dresses less than v2 Price patrolman Anderson it s no Holiday. Rogerson s Garden a Nursery rally and ootstand1no camellias Highland Patk phone Fine shoes outstanding values. Johansenn foot flairs Miracle tread hey Days Many others All sales final shoes Florence s. C. Phone 9815 prices every department men s men s men s 9 men s men s men s men s men s suits shirts topcoats pyjamas Slacks sweaters socks ties ladies Coats ladies dresses All toys reduced for Quick clearance boys pants boys7 shirts boys7 jackets boys7 sweaters boys Caps plus Many others plus Many Many other items too numerous to list

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