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Florence Morning News (Newspaper) - February 23, 1954, Florence, South CarolinaTuesday morning february 23, 1954 role Florence morning news Florence s. C. Pages boy scout news Council plans major activities for 1954 the camping and activities committee of the pee dec area Council boy scouts of America met on thursday in Florence to plan i acc major activities for 1954, according to Alex m. Quattlebaum Council camping chairman. Final plans were made for the third annual explorer he gotta which will be held March 25-27 at Camp Henry Shelor on Lake Marion. This event is open to All explorers Young men 14 and Over in the pee Dee area Council. The program will consist of skeet shooting Canoe races motor boat races bait and Fly casting Rifle and pistol rear Manship and Arch Ery. In addition to unit Competition in the above Field sports there will be demonstrations put on by experts in the various Fields. An. Announcement was also made on the Myrtle Beach Carn Poree to be held at Myrtle Beach state Park april 30-May 1. This activity is open to All boy scouts and explorers of the pee Dee area Council. The major tool projects at the Carn Poree will be signalling first Aid construction of a charcoal stove and the construction of a patrol Camp table. The principal purpose of the meeting was to discuss and formulate plans to the pee Dee area Council s participation in the National conservation Good turn. It was decided that the pee Dee area Council would undertake 3 Council wide projects during 1954. These projects Are to conduct a conservation Carn Poree at Camp Coker in october at which time some 300 scouts will participate in projects dealing with soil conservation forestry and wildlife management. The second project is that the boy scouts will conduct an Active Campaign during the month of March urging that All scouts and adults to pledge themselves to the outdoor code which reads As an american i will do my Best to be clean in my outdoor manners be careful with fire be consider ate in the out of doors be conservation minded. Project 3 is to cooperate with the Power companies in planning food for Birds and wildlife along the right of ways. In addition to the three Council projects each boy scout unit will be asked to accept and carry out at least one Good conservation project this year. The boy scouts of the pee Dee area Council have been assured of the cooperation of the soil conservation forestry and wild life management agencies. The following men were in at Tendance at the meeting Dick Thomas Chesterfield Ben ton Young Van Ervin Alex Quattlebaum All of Florence l. B. Stogner Hartsville a. E. Stalvey Conway Pugh Byrd Marion t. J. Rogers Mullins Hamp Rich Ardson Bennettsville Glenn Flack Sumter Marion Sullivan Ralph Gray both of Kingstree. Also in attendance were Al Cole of the soil conservation service and Dan Mckithan wildlife commission. Of the . Marion plans camellia show for this week ily a staff correspondent Marion feb. 22 the annual Marion camellia exhibit sponsored by the chamber of Commerce and the Marion Garden clubs will be held this week. The exhibit will be held in the front window of Belk x department store beginning tuesday and continuing through Friday. This year s exhibit is expected to be bigger than Ever before. All camellia enthusiasts Are urged to compete. A committee from one of the four Marion Garden clubs will be in charge each Day to receive the entries to Register the names of growers and the varieties entered. Exhibitors of camellias from neighbouring towns Are being invited to enter their specimens this year. Many rare varieties arc expected to be shown. The Flowers will remain in the window at Belk s department store on main Street through sat urday and sunday. Florence county republicans set meeting saturday Florence county members of the Republican party will gather at the courthouse Here saturday at 8 p. For a meeting of precinct 1. County officers of the party and delegates to the state convention of the s. C. Republican party will be elected at the meeting. Berea Baptist Church conducts study course Darlington. Feb. 22 a training Union study course is in Progress this week at Berra Baptist Church. Sessions arc held each night at teachers Are Paul Fisher adults David Jamerson. Young people mrs. Marie Davis inter mediates and miss Mary Howard juniors. Police crack Down on meter violators the wheels of Justice grind slow made that request upon submit by but they grind thoroughly. A Good Many Florence Automo bile owners Are going to learn the truth of that statement in the near future. And unless they want to provide expensive grist for the Justice Mill they la heed the warn ing issued yesterday by chief of police j. A. Price. It All has to do with the parking meter plague. For sometime certain of the City fathers have complained that not enough Money has been coming from the parking meters and. Fur ther that police Haven t been Levy ing enough fines for violation of the meter ordinance. Chief Price countered that he was powerless to act in most cases. He said that his men ticketed cars for overtime parking or illegal parking but could t Hail the car owner to court simply be cause they had no Way of knowing who he was. He added that the state Highway department had been uncooperative in offering the name of a ear owner when police at Mcleod infirmary ing a License number. That Little matter has been rectified Price said yesterday. The police department is now the proud possessor of two volumes listing car registrations for the entire state. We Are now ready to Price said yesterday. Some car owners have collected a number of parking tickets Over a period of time. We can recon me a car repeatedly Over Parks. Now we Are going to Start is suing warrants. Those who Lave parking tickets better come around and pay up. If they Don to it s going to Cost them. And they be of to pay before we draw up the Ivar rant or they will pay the nor Malsi Fine plus court that Cost chief Price spoke of is More than just a drop in the bucket. Warrants will be sworn out for each ticket. There will be no mass payoff. Each one of those warrants will Cost the ear owner s7 plus the regular is Fine. For a Guy with say a dozen parking tickets that can be right expensive. Sgt. Herbert Fields is waiting to collect at the police department. Take your or s8. Admissions for feb. 20-21 Johnny Sturgeon. Florence pvt. Harry l. Truett Darlington Johnny Miles. Florence mrs. Elizabeth Jordan Flor enc mrs. Barbara Jones Florence mrs. Mary Altman Florence mrs. T. H. Weaver Florence mrs. D. T. Edwards. Latta James h. Tilton. Florence mrs. John d. Huggins Dillon Kathryn Lee Muldrow Bishopville mrs. William s. Chapman. Myrtle Beach Catherine White. Cheraw mrs. Francis m. Truluck Flor ence mrs. Edward Carter. Coward Willie Bellflower. Hyman George Nichols Florence miss Frances c. Abbott Dar Lington proudest of All Kentucky bourbons proud is the word for old Stagg an youll be proud to serve this top Kentucky Bourbon two million barrels cant be wrong never before has one Kentucky distillery produced this incredible total of Fine Bour Bon Over 13 billion drinks by popular de Mand. Find out yourself Cluj barrels can t he wrong. Try old America s top straight Kentucky Bourbon a remarkable value 66 i the Stag dist. Co., Frankfort. By. Charlie Rae Lucas Hartsville mrs. J. D. Poston Johnsonville Ernest Hunsucker Gibson miss Lucretia maj or Mullins Jesse w. Carroll Conway Mary Tate Florence Lillie Bell Collins Florence Nero Fortune Sellers Vernie Lee Godfrey Dillon Dora Sparks Latta Hay Wilson Florence Raymond Lee Ruth Effingham mrs. Luther Miles Pamplico mrs. J. Dubois Loris or. Charles w. Thomas Floyd a. Mrs Lugene Gibbs Hyman mrs. James a. Norwood sr., Dar Lington mrs. Janic Gardner. Darlington mrs. B. Kinlaw Fairmont n. C Thomas w. Mckay Timmons Ville mrs. W. B. Carter Florence Baron 0. Turner. Florence Leila Dewitt Florence James f. Floyd. Florence Ray Hill. Fair Bluff. . Jonath Mccutheon Lake City discharges mrs. C. B. Wise and baby. By Man mrs. L. B. Flowers and baby Coward mrs. James l. Pate and baby Cheraw mrs. W. B. Gaddy and baby Florence mrs. T. H. Smith. Marion mrs. Mary Hoskins Myrtle Beach mrs. Thomas c. Bailey. Florence Bill Weatherford Florence Alton Parrot. Lake City Charles e. Spann Cheraw Jerry Jordan Latta miss Jane Elizabeth Arant Flor ence Edward Register Hartsville Clarence 0. Dixon Iii. Mullins mrs. O. L. Fleming Darlington Robert w. Gamble Cades Shelby Cagle Harls Villa Genelle King Chesterfield miss Frankie Kinsey Darlington mrs. A. H. Buchan. Mullins Thomas l. Gore Florence a. K. Cockfield Scranton mrs. J. J. Wingard Darlington mrs. Edna Morris and baby Florence mrs. Edward Carter Coward Charles Daniel Jones Bishopville Catherine White Cheraw miss Frances c. Abbott Darling ton Kelly Ellis. Dillon mrs. W. E. Echols. Florence Samuel a. Guerry. Kingstree John k. Schip Nian. Florence George Nichols Florence mrs. Ellis Lynch. Darlington Arthur j. Hammond. Fair Bluff. N. C. Ian f. Sanderson Florence j. L. Waddl or. Darlington Mary Tate and baby Florence Mary acc Graham and baby Florence John Carrol Mccollough. Cades William Leonard. Marion Dannie. Taylor. Darlington Sally Eaddy. Poston Lilly Lowry Timmonsville Lillie Bell Collins and baby. Florence missionary Speaks Kingstree. Feb. 22 the Story of 13 years of Mission work in the hawaiian islands was by miss Hannah Plowden at family night in the first Baptist Church last week. Never thought of the hawaiian islands As a place of ser miss Plowden stated they Are so Beautiful physically that i had Thoi Gitlit they must be Beautiful she found instead a need or Mission work. The population was six per cent protestant Chris Tian and of the other 34 per half were catholics and half were buddhists she said. Woodmen meet society 1111.1. Feb. 22 Hie Woodmen of the world Mot tues Day night at St. David s Academy lunch room in society Hill. An Oyster supper served to the members their wives and friends. Afterwards Lack Hei Drix of Harts Ville gave a talk on the "w.o.w. Camp and the importance of the organization. Still operators caught Kingstree feb. 22 sheriff Peerless Lambert said that two men were caught with their hands in the Mash As a 200 gallon Mill in the Oak Ridge Section of Williamsburg county was raided last week. The men were identified ased Ward meat err. 45. And Capers Eaddy in. 2ii, both of Georgetown Colin in. They Are being held the county jail sheriff sold. Vow auxiliary to meet Darlington feb. 22 the veterans of foreign wars auxiliary will meet tuesday night at the. . Club rooms on Public Square mrs. E. Will be in be made on the recent March of dimes Campaign which the auxiliary sponsored locally. Bunch president charge. A report weather facts Florence and pee Dee data irom the United states weather Bureau in Florence for the 24-hour period ending last night. Temperature highest of year year year a. P. Year Sunrise Myrtle Beach tide a. P. . A. River stages at 8 a. A great pee Dee 7.7 feet rising. Lynches 5.5 feet rising. Wateree 6.9 feet Ris ing. Washington Fob. 22 Bureau report of temperature and rainfall for the 2-1 hours in tilt 8 p. M., in the principal Cotton growing areas and else 37 61 m lift 37 station a Penn Ashcut Lac Atlanta at City bar Liam Boston Buffalo Charlotte Cit Sooga Chicago 50 27 Cincinnati 55 33 Cleveland 46 35 Dallas to 49 Denver 51 39 i Moines so 24 Detroit 41 35 Hull the 2g 11 Fresno 68 39 Valvi Slon by 37 Houston 76 4c incl Polis 52 29 Jack Ville 74 4c inn City 63 33 Willm ton 66 48 h. I. Or. Station ii. To. 2fl l Angeles r7 55 56 34 Louisville 5h 3v 111 43 Memphis 65 12 62 in wimp Kirtian 75 33 g j 39 Miami 75 so 56 49 .52minn-Stp 33 21 Mobile Monte my 7r 43 Montreal -10 31 n Orleans 75 13 new York go 51 Norfolk 58 50 Phil 58 4r hot Nix i is i itty flours 41 31 Portland Ril Roghich Mol 62 45 St Louis 5b san Tonto 78 a i fill 42 Savannah 71 Sialle 5q Tampa 75 50 Wash ton 57 -12 Timmerman gets Aid Columbia feb. 22 my rut Rcd Marine maj. Gen. Lewis Griffith Morrill director of the South Caro Lina legislative Council has been granted a leave of absence to As Sist with it. Gov. George Bell Tim Merman or s Campaign for governor. The leave of absence is effective wednesday. Of insulate. And 04y7.v hum warm inhere let a Jitter Kaetzer warns Exchange of reds communism is dedicated to the violent overthrow of All other governments and will Stop at nothing .0 accomplish this end maj. Tom Kaetzer said yesterday in an address to the Exchange club. Breeding in ignorant and undeveloped minds communism now Vance Cut almost nil. He warned his listener s that Thi red threat was always present and that it would take a keen mind and understanding to combat the menace. Other club business brought an Appeal by Billy Jeffers club Mem embraces some 800 million people Ber and City recreation director about one third of the Earth s popu who asked that the club sponsor nation he added. The Appeal is to the he asserted and those people be come infected after they Are prom cd that one Day they too can share the riches their present Kaetzer army Liaison officer with the organized Reserve corps also traced the background of a typical soviet worker. He pointed out that under communism the working Man s lot was worse than Here in the u. S., that his free Doms were few and Chance for and one of the Little league baseball teams in the City. Discussion on that will be brought before the Board of directors wednesday at 1 p. A. President Art Ousley said. Royal 3d specs London feb. 22 Margaret saw her first 3d film to premiere of the Ameri can musical kiss me she was equipped with specially made Gold rimmed 3d glasses. Southern Darlington Highway a phone Florence. , annoy the opening of l. 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