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Florence Morning News (Newspaper) - February 16, 1954, Florence, South CarolinaPage 8 the Florence morning news Florence s. C. Tuesday morning february 1c, 1954 Scranton picks project groups by a staff correspondent Scranton. Feb. 15 various chairmen in the Scranton finer Carolina contest have named members of their prod Jec commit tees. of the ii Point Meni was made at a meeting of the chairman recently at which much enthusiasm was shown in tic f. Myers and Booker spar House town gave him Fredericktown to. Feb. 15 if a Community wide Campaign that enabled this town to give a new Home to a repatriated prisoner of War from Korea four months ago has ended up on a sour note. Charles e. Clubb sold the House bought a new car and go married. Then he re enlisted in the . It surprised us All the Way said mayor William f. Carmack. Worse yet the Young Man Only got s2.300 for the place for which our people paid s3.000 before adding an estimated in there was a Parade oct. 18 when the 26-year-old sergeant and his Mother who never previously had owned their own Home were presented the keys to the House. Nearly the entire own of turned out. I Hope i la always deserve Clubb said in a speech of accept Ance. Clubb now is stationed at it. Leonard Wood to. His Mother is living in a two room apartment. Among those who have expressed disappointment at the turn of events is mrs. Loreta Cawood who was a Leader in the drive As head of the american War mothers Here. I think i can speak for a lot of people when 1 say we re keenly mrs. Cawood said. But i m glad we did it. Fredericktown s spirit is on he record and they can t take that away from Row were named to Pil Chase a piece of properly to be used As a town dump. In addition plans were made for regular garbage collection in Scranton. A Chicken Barbecue will he Given soon to Spur interest in the Community improvement contest. Named a this committee were mrs. Arvin Cook. Harold Stokes and Cleo Mcalister. The following chairmen named committees for their particular projects b. Pate chairman mrs. Gertie Pate mrs. Ralph col Lins and mrs. Caro Blakely. Improvement of Public build Ings h. T. Richardson chair Man mrs. Mildred Richardson or. And mrs. D. P. Wall c. P. Rogers Herman Myers and mrs. Lily l. Myers. Town cleanup and beautification mrs. A. K. Cockfield chair Man mrs. Laverne Smiley mrs. Herbert Myers mrs. Maxie my ers mrs. C. P. Rodgers mrs. Charles Graham and mrs. Mary Keith. Constr Clun of a Roadside Park mrs. Arvin Cooke chairman mrs. Fred Myers mrs. Eva Mcelveen mrs. Nellie Sparrow mrs. Josey Myers mrs. Charles Fox and mrs. Thelma Floyd. Erection of Road markers and Street signs mrs. Marvin Tay Lor chairman or. And mrs. Liar old Stokes Marvin Taylor or. And mrs. John Lee and mrs. C. H. Pate. Church improvement b. B. Myers jr., chairman mrs. Luther Weatherford mrs. Curtis weather Ford mrs. Eva Graham mrs. L. D. Tinsley mrs. J. D. Altman and mrs. Julian Haselden. Chosen As an alternate project was the construction of a play ground with g. F. Myers As chair Man. Other members of the com Mittee would be mrs. Ruth Myers mrs. Charles Elfert mrs. Polly Sparrow Waldo Flowers. Mrs. Watson and miss Patsy Rodgers. Osborne Speaks Darlington feb. 15 the Rev. Mark r. Osborne or. Of Ridgeway was guest speaker Sun Day night at the new Providence Baptist Church. He formerly resided in the Eben r or Section of Florence county his father was the pastor. Bryan Green aide schedules address to Kingstree group k1ngstree. Feb. 15 evangelist Harold Frankham will Fly to Kingstree wednesday. He will speak at the 13 . Assembly period in the High school auditorium. Evangelist Frankham is vicar o a Discombe Surrey England Anc has come to this country to be co missioner with Bryan Green. It. Is said to be one of the greatest preachers of the anglican com Munion of which the Episcopa Church in America is a part. Sex in with the rash of Forest Firest Over the Pec dec citizens tend to figure the losses in the amount of grown Timber destroyed. One of the most important crops destroyed in the process however Are the Little Trees such As this miniature Pine almost hidden in the underbrush. Here Al Kunz District forester cups one of the Pines in his hand to illustrate their smallness. Kunj said fires that Burn across waste areas cause hundreds of dollars of damage to the coming tree Genera Tion. Morning news photo Forest fires Burn in pee Dee during Welc time no matter at eating time Darlington feb. 15 members of the new Providence Bop is Church Royal ambassadors plan to take More than one watch on their next camping trip. The eight boys accompanied by 1. Bradshaw their Counselor went to Lee slate Park Fri Day night. At 2 ., the boys figured that their one watch had Stop Ped running and that it was breakfast time. They pulled out their frying pan and Coffee pol and fixed up n tempting breakfast. After the last piece of Bacon had been devoured and they had started cleaning up the premises one of the car radios related the time it was .l family life session held at Darlington Darlington. Fob. 35 the second session of the family life education Institute was held Here tonight. The subject discussed was recreation in the sneaker were miss Margaret Krvin of Flor ence formerly health educator a Ith the Florence county health department. Mrs. H. S. Brunson. President of the St. John s grammar school Mother ? club presided. The third session of the life Institute will be held March is. A dressing that is delicious and easily or reared is made by adding India relish and Catsup to Plain Mayonnaise. Benson hints Broad shakeup to carry through a program in n Washington feb. 15 we Secretary of b e n s n n dropped n key Holdover f of the Truman regime today and hinted at a sweeping shakeup to oust los Tilc democrats and replace tin in with republicans in handling the administration s farm Woram. Benson told a news Congo Rev that some agriculture department employees Are working against the administration s farm policies and seeking to undermine both presi Dent Eisenhower and himself. As a result he said the depart ment will soon make a careful study of the entire situation in an Effort to achieve maximum efficiency and coincident with Benson s state ment the department announced the resignation of t. Roy fic irl As director of personnel. Reid n Democrat and onetime assistant to Secretary of agriculture Claude r. Quick dissolving fast acting Silti billion Dollar Iii not . The Wickard during the Franklin d. Roosevelt administration has been an employee of the agriculture apartment since 1935. He is a native of Greenville s. C. Ileide s resignation was the Sec Ond major changeover in the last four Days. On Friday the depart ment the resignation of Howard h. Fluid i As head of the department s n crop and Price s1 commodity stabilization service. Meanwhile House Cwi Atic Kay uni of Texas served Notie n n that House democrats Ivill be there when Bessm lies to put Over his sliding i Cale for farm Price under the flexible the Stu ill apply High Price crops ill time of Scarcity to encourage production and gradually lower them in time of abundance to discourage overproduction. Tablets powdes5 Elises both. Try Al or Pei a. Famous tic planning a party Florence county could enrich its Economy by four or five million dollars annually if landowners would care for heir forests prop Erly. So spoke Al Kunz District for Ester in surveying the disastrous destruction last week of me area s Timber resources. Kunz announced that 5.359 of District Timberland went up in smoke and declared gloomily it makes you feel so no Pless to have so Many fires going on once. Before we can get one out another has sprung up. As an example of How for Estry workers were hopping last week one should look Over the weekly fire report issued by Kunz office. It showed that Florence county for instance had 38 fires that burned across approximately 1.080 acres. Hurry county had the most disastrous week. Report for county showed 50 outbreaks during the week which burned Over a fantastic total of acres but that s not All. Dillon county had 35 fires burning 520 acres. Darlington county recorded 21 blazes and 483 acres of Timberland destroyed. Marlboro Hafl 32 fires burning 275 acres. Marion county had the Best record in the area 1 Only 12 fires which turned 74 acres. I All of tiie acreage burnings Are estimated and not figured to the Fine Point. But nevertheless the figures Tell a grim Story of destruction. If we could Cut these fires and if landowners1 would exercise Wise Kuatz said it would add four or five million Dol ars each year to Florence coun a to say nothing of the other counties in the Kunz said his department is Well equipped with the latest in fire fighting apparatus. He said his rangers and wardens and forestry workers know their business and can put out fires de they can get to them soon enough and provided the area is accessible to equipment give your guests the pleasure of smoothness and Richness famous for 77 years. Give yourself the certainty of being a perfect Host without being extravagant. Make it Mellow make it certain make blended whiskey. 86 proof 72vi% Grain Neutral spirits Gallagher Burton. Inc., balt., my. But what worries him is the act that of Many of the fires Start because of carelessness and negligence of landowners. That s Why we re working with school Kunz said. We that if we can get across this important lesson to the youngsters perhaps the number of Forest fires will the forester and his workers Lave a big problem iry Iii to con Vince Farmers not to attempt to Burn out insects. Ano her misconception among Many Farmers he said is that they can Burn of a Forest land and that it won t do any harm to the bigger Trees. Hiding through a fire infested strip of Woods in the lower part of the county last week. Kunz came across a Farmer sit ing contentedly on a Road Bank. Upon questioning him. Kunz found that he owned the land adjacent to that which was burning he was making no attempt to Stop the Blaze. I Don t Caie if it gets in Hose Woods Over the Farmer commented that s my Kunz the Farmer that not Only would his bigger Trees be stunted in their growth but tha. The Little the two and three Inch tall seedlings hidden in the undergrowth would be completely destroyed. I Don t the landowner Kunz said is the biggest problem of irresponsibility. On sunday the forester reported fires got so numerous Over the District that he had to Call out a plane to direct operations from the air. And yesterday there were 30 fires Over the area. Kunz had Only Praise for the county rangers and forestry work of who work until the wee hours of the morning checking blazes. But he said they re Gong to need help if the alarming Forest losses Are to be Cut Down. 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