Florence Morning News Newspaper Archives Feb 21 1954, Page 14

Low-resolution version. To view a high quality image

Start Free Trial
Florence Morning News (Newspaper) - February 21, 1954, Florence, South CarolinaFace 4-b the Florence mor mag news Florence. S. C. Sunday morning february 21, 1954 Carroll hails plan for Region meetings by a staff correspondent bennettsv1lle, feb. 20 David d. Carroll. advocate of better government hailed yesterday endorsement of regional meetings by Douglas Mckay chairman of Trie South car Olina independents As a dynamic development in the palme no slate s political Progress. Said to displace Mckay the ins. He went on makes it Plain thai the is at Princi Ples rather than personalities in Public life. Of course if the ins refuse to carry out a platform written by the people themselves they cannot object to becoming outs. In any Carroll concluded i Hope the Public will follow this movement closely and that it yesterday s press release Noiin cing Mckay s Appeal for re a will be led by citizens thinking not Vional meetings of independents and All other citizens interested in writing a platform for Progress May prove to be one of the Annm important news stories of i went on to say that at inst it appears that a Strong pub Lic spirited group is going to Rise above the worn out issues of 1952 and try to unite All thoughtful Citi Zens m a movement for Public South Carolina has suffered All too Long from political the bevnettsv1lle Good government crusader said the program should Appeal to both democrats and republicans. Church people he added should follow closely this project for writing a True platform for Progress. It should offer them a Opportunity to translate into action their desire for a better com Carroll said certainly this new movement cannot be disparaged Asun Effort on the part of the outs of the next election but of the next o High Are Rock of age that Only the finest of hit world famous Granite ii Tho san for Hock of Ages family Tiivi h Why Rock of Ages Cufr Jnice can produce Luch delicate and Aikin Euch Lustrous polished Iii reason kick of on Pic with each Monument a signed ire to urn Jour heirs 01 icon Dante. Claude w. Brown memorials Rubinoff sets Friday concert by a staff correspondent Darlington. Fell. .20 Rubi Noff the violinist will be presented in concert Friday night in the St. John s High school auditorium. His appearance Here is being sponsored by the Darlington Lions l Lub. The Rubinoff concert Here in 1933 Drew uhf wide acclaim. Lions officials said that they had decided to invite him Here Lor a second appearance. As usual he will have with him his famous Stradivarius violin. Rubinoff is on his nine month tour Over the nation which includes visits to 125 cities. Inquest slated in negro s death by a staff correspondent Darlington. Feb. 20 an inquest u ill held tue-.5dyy Iii it into the slaying of Clement hints a Darlington or fro. Coroner j. 11. Kistler made the announcement that the inquest will at . And will Buhi ocl in the Darlington county courthouse. Hatty Dubose is being held in tin Darlington county jail in connection with the kill Iii. The shooting is reported to have occurred Over the weekend at the Home of Rosalie Jeffer son when the two men became involved in an argument. Later the victim s body stained with blood and riddled with three bullets was found in the Back scat of Hines car on the Timmonsville Highway. Hines was shot with a .22 Cali Ber weapon. 2 Horev stills Cut by a staff Conway feb. 19 five men were arrested a warrant has Wen issued for a sixth and hundreds of Gallons of Mash that would have soon become while lightning sums up a two push against bootleggers in Horry county by Sherff s forces. Four deputies in the company of i Federal officer nabbed two men ind a 50-gallon capacity still High barrels of Mash and several Hun dollars Worth of equipment Daybreak monday morning the Jamb Section of the county. Arrested were . Lovett and Man named spicy but who first name local officers could no furnish. The two men were jailed Florence by Federal officers. School at Olanta damaged by fire Olanta. Feb. 20 the Olanta negro school building caught fire thursday morning. The building was badly damaged but no fatalities or accidents were reported. The Lake City fire department under the direction of chief Walter Moody received a Call shortly after 9 . Lake City firemen left immediately and remained on the scene for sometime. The school is under the super vision of j. Paul Truluck of Lake City District superintendent who visited the scene during the Day. Darlington negro school offering Farmer services by a staff correspondent Darlington. Feb. 20 the vocational agriculture department of the Mayo negro High school open each tuesday afternoon and night to serve Farmers of the Darlington area. Hours Are 4-9 . The department is equipped to meet the most of the following needs. Karm carpentry farm plumbing orge and Eold Metal working Aldering. Electric welding farm machinery equipment main Enance. Persons desiring any service list and Are asked to notify the Voca ional agriculture instructor a few Days in Advance. A special form has1 been pre Jared for this purpose and May secured at the vocational a department. However. Postal card May serve the Pur Icse in the event that a form s not available. Requests May be mailed to t. A. 3reene, . Box Darlington. Rabies infected dog bites three Darlington. Feb. 20 Throe persons near Johnson Cross hands have been bitten by a mad dog. An emergency rabies clinic was held there the relay Al Cinnann. A clinic was held All Day on Friday at the animal Hospital in Harts Vine. A lathe Darlington a Hartsville negro Joseph Brailey 22, was killed yesterday morning at Hartsville when this automobile in which he was Riding with a tractor trailer. The Auto Driver James e. Jett also of it. 2, Hartsville was injured. He was rushed to Byerly Hospital. The collision occurred at . At the intersection of North fifth Street and Pinewood Avenue. Story on Page 1. Photo for the morning news by John Moore Hartsville because of tuberculosis gardens had unusual Start special to the morning Nens Charleston. Feb. 20 Young John Grimke Drayton had just been ordained into the ministry when he discovered in 1841 that he was threatened with tuberculosis. On the Alvice of his doctor he retired to his family Home to live close to the Earth. Result the development of mag Nolia gardens today one of the Beauty spots of the world. The 25-acre gardens Overlook the state by Ashley River of Charleston. Or. Grimke Drayton is Enid to have started by planting two Rose Bushes. As his interest grew he imported a great Many camellia plants and began building the tremendous reputation that Magnolia enjoys. By 1858. When he was in his 40 s. He went through the grounds count ing the varieties of camellias. He told a Frield he had expected to find 120 varieties but instead found so Many their names seem to be something like legion and they had almost As Many Flowers As in pcs 1 these camellia plants must have been five years old when imported and would therefore be 3 old today. This estimate is confirmed by their colossal size. In the Law s he also bought Azalea plants importing them rom France England and India. For the founder it was a labor of love. He gathered the Flowers of the Fields and forests and with Oving hands planted shrubs from shores and strange climates. The Garden Prosperd Aad so did 1c. We hear no More of his tuberculosis. Rather he lived a Long and Vuitel us life. Death did not come until 1801. Fifty years after he re tired to Magnolia on the Ashley. The founder s descendants Are the present owners of Magnolia. Joe him the present owner. C. Norwood Hastie jr., is constantly planting new varieties of Camel is Kiwi azaleas. Now one of the Best known Horti Eultia lists in the South. Or. Las j lie finds it surprising that Magnolia is most famous not for his an 1 Castor s camellias but for azaleas. I some of Magnolia s azaleas. Planted in 18-13. Are still thriving now veritable Trees if to 20 speaker cites Industry move feb. 20 Indus try is coming South for reasons a speaker told the Kings tree chamber of Commerce this week. I f. Stewart assistant to the should Veteran farm i training set an institutional on the farm1 training school for korean War Vett Nins u in be organized tues Day night at the Bonaire High Sci Oul youth of Effing Hain. John 11. Schnibben Florence i county service officer made the Anio me nent yesterday and urged that All interested veterans attend the meeting. It will Start at . This is the first school in Flor ence Schnibben said that is trying to organize Vete rans for this Type of in defined a korean Veteran As any person who served in the armed services after june 27 1950. To be eligible for this training he said a Veteran must have had served at least 90 Days and received a discharge other than Dis honorable. Schnibben pointed out that All korean veterans who were Dis charged prior to aug. 29. 1952 will become ineligible for he farm training on next aug. 20. John Grimke Drayton from to to Flowers. Scales of Lavender or purple Wisteria. There Are also chinese Yew Trees Glossy leaved mag Nolias and familiar flowering shrubs John Galsworthy called Mignolia gardens the most Beautiful in the world a kind of Paradise which has wandered Down a miraculously enchanted Wilder Ness y and All because a Century ago Man had tuberculosis near raw materials and sub apartment of education will meet actors and to be near High i with the veterans and school of d. Vice president of Carolina Power and Light co., listed these important Ivuson to be near expanding markets to be contra1 Quality labor pools. Stewart made his remarks in an address at the chamber s Annu Al banquet. Head in connection with seek ing Industry that the Community must first Analyse itself and decide whether it wants chamber president Otis William son presided. It is for this he said. All interested veterans attend the tuesday night Schnibben said that a represent. Native of the veterans training division of the South Carolina de Turbeville firm gets Sardis Church contract timj10nsvti.le. Feb. 20 Ray Coker of Turbeville a has been awarded the contract for the construction of the new educational building of the Sardis Baptist bid was Woik has already commenced. Contract Calls for the Structure to be completed in May. This building is feet wide and is 79 feet Long. It will be used by three departments of the sir Dis sunday school. Facials tuesday night. All require ments for enrolment will be Dis cussed and explained. Bonaire High school formerly Elim is located on Highway 301 two Miles South of Effingham. 78 pints blood donated to unit Dah Langton feb. 20 seventy eight persons donated blood when the blood Mobile unit visited Darlington this week. Headquarters of the unit was in the american legion hut on Pearl St. While the quota for the Day of 120 pints was not met officials called the response very mrs. Ray Kibler is Darlington s first woman to have Given a gallon of blood. Others who reached this amount during the Day were Motte Pearce Oscar Fleming and l. F. Cramer. In Jvette was issued tuesday. He was believed to be the Man who fled Usu still site when officers closed in. Deputies in that raid were Odel Floyd Hoy Huggins Arnet Lewis and Ernest Stroud. Tuesday morning near Day Light w. P. Tysinger of Ocea drive. 11. B. Chestnut and Ames i1. Hamilton both of Conway were arrested by deputies in the Shell Community. The 300-gallon Caput Ity still was in operation. A total of 600 Gallons of Mash was destroyed and 11 cases of Glass jars taken. In addition to the charge of the manufacture of illegal whiskey. Tysinger was booked fur carrying a concealed wac a warrant for the arrest of Guy Pon. Officers said. Legal Holiday Washington s birthday monday feb. 22nd the tanks of Florence will not be open for business Carolina Cash depository guaranty Bank Trust co. South Carolina National Bank Why select a member of Nam National selected morticians is an International association of funeral directors of High ideals ethical practices and business integrity. To be a member of this organization exacting standards Are required. Some of these Are a Complete modern funeral establishment a reputation for honest fair dealing and prices within Range of All proper technical and professional training and financial responsibility our membership in Nam and our years of experience in your Community is your Assurance of dependable services. M dial 6311 member National scr Elrd Marli Alluh Waters funeral Home "60 years of service 400 South Dargan Street to sanitarian said an analysis of _. Now veritable Trees the dog s head from the i fact Hajni they Range in color Cross roads Section showed a def a com pin i White through the Pac drive in for this broke Check t and be sure your car is Safe it costs you nothing takes just a Short time and Mav save you a lot of trouble. Here s what we do Check Brake pedal cos Franco 5 Check parking Broko o Check Hydraulic Brake line and cylinders for leaks t if car has been driven Over Miles since new Brake linings were in Ita lied we pull a wheel and examine Lin Ings for Wear drive in today for your Brake Check Hunter motor co., inc. Your Ford do scr 173 cd cacs Street phone 5241 invite a nor of two More dogs from where the rpm Reinie out. Wont and during the week end. The county Fth nil fit inn lhr.1 nil should he Inoc United just by soon As potable. Aim philosophy both pretty poor paleh7.to, Sicily feb. 20 student Pedi Iii gered Hoefl Iso he flunked Phy ii cd four pistol Short i prof. Giuseppe the professor Uvis hit once. 111-, left . Lor. Reepe i. Which is As an individual Bloom the i a Mas of at mag Nolia Azalea Foi m thick Walls of flaming color bordering Mirror Ike the spectacular Blo in Are seen Al their Best under the ma.-m-, e the Oaks Trail ing Chr in of Spanish Are Cypress and Pine Trees. of the m supporting to higher court Conway feb. 20 a c. 11. Grainger has sent 21 cases higher court and Are exp cycled to he held when the March 1 term begin. Do and Bayly hum it s warm inhere let Winter Price the car that sets the Pace for luxury at Low Cost your Pride of ownership a big lift you buy a Star chief Pon Liae. On command a jul Economy azure car wit ii i he performance and luxury of the upon of the most per aunt Iii Cut. Kern More to enjoy Gnu Niilus you be known. Me in cur ownership it a having. Come in at

Search all Florence, South Carolina newspaper archives

All newspaper archives for February 21, 1954

Browse