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Florence Morning News (Newspaper) - January 3, 1954, Florence, South CarolinaPage 2-a the Florence morning news Florence s. C. Sunday morning january 3, 1954 released by the russians after years of imprisonment and forced labor Leland towers 28, a merchant Seaman from san fran Cisco and pvt. Homer Cox 33, of Oklahoma City okla., shake hands during a news con Ference in Berlin at which they said soviet detention Camps Are hell holes where murder and violent death Are commonplace. Towers Laid he was arrested in 1951 when he crossed into the soviet Union Over the finnish Border without a visa. Cox a military policeman said he awoke in russian hands after he was apparently drugged in a cafe in september 1949. The two men were turned Over to the americans in Berlin last tuesday As a result of negotiations Between the slate department and Moscow. A photo senators in route to quiz Guzenko Washington Jon. 2 senators in quest of soviet spies left today for a secret interview somewhere in Canada with Igor Guzenko former russian code clerk who broke open a soviet espionage ring in 1945. Chairman Jenner Rind of the Senate internal Security subcommittee and sen. Mccarran d senior democratic member of the subcommittee left on a train due in Montreal at . Est tomorrow. But it makes Sev eral other stops in Canada where they could disembark Jenner has sought the interview for weeks explaining his subcommittee wants to find out if Gou Zenko formerly attached to the soviet embassy in Canada has in formation that might help uncover additional spy activities in the United states. Surprised by newsmen at the Railroad station Here Jenner said we Are going to be met but we Don t know where Well be taken Lor the interview or when it will happen. After we Cross the Border we will be in the hands of the state reliable sources in Ottawa the Canadian capital indicated that Jenner and Mccarran would be met by u. A ambassador Douglas Stuart upon arrival in Montreal and afterwards would be taken by Canadian authorities to the rendezvous with Guzenko. Canadian authorities have insisted that the place of Guzenko s residence where his real identity is kept secret not be disclosed. Jenner at first said Only that he and his colleague wore going on a Little trip and my Carrwm joked about fishing. But when asked if they would see Guzenko Jenner replied if we Don t see him we re wasting our Canada set strict conditions be consenting to arrange the interview. One is that it will have final say As to publicity Given any information obtained from Gou Zenko. Jenner at first objected to this requirement but accepted it after Secretary of state Dulles up held the Canadian stand. took a sheaf of papers with him when he walked out of the soviet embassy. He talked freely to a Canadian Hoyal commission exposure of a far Flung spy organization with connections in the United states Fol Lowed. Since then Guzenko has been living with his family at an undisclosed place under an assumed name and under Protection 01 the Royal Canadian mounted police. New year brings Joy in Florence George Nichlos of 701 West Evans St. Started the new year right Friday. A travelling Salesman George lost his Wallet last dec. 15 be tween Jacksonville Fla. And Flor ence. Although he did t have Ucli Money in the Wallet he said All of his valuable identification papers were inside. He did t discover the Wallet was missing until he arrived at Charleston. And he sent our num Erous requests to the s. C. High Way patrol and other agencies. But All to no Avail. Until new year s Day. Friday morning Nichlos went to the Post office and found in his Box a nearly wrapped object Wallet. It had been mailed by a stud key s store at Yulee Fla., just Over the Border from Georgia. Nichols found everything in he says he s writing them a 1 Otter of appreciation. It just started my new year he said. Memorial service Hemingway Jan. 6-a me Morial service will be held Jan. 17 for James i. Lawrimore. The serv ice is slated for . In the pee Dee Baptist Church. Lawri More a son of or. And mrs. Simon of Hemingway drowned at Pawley s Island aug. 21. The rpm. A. W. Brickie and the Rev. W. R. Barefoot will have charge of the service. Child s hangover something terrible Baltimore Jan. 2 a one of Baltimore s biggest new year s Day hangovers still was under treatment at Johns hop Kins Hospital today. Leonard Kield was described As completely anaesthetized when he was brought to the hos Pital Friday night. He had fallen out of bed after drinking what his father left in a bottle of Sherry wine about a pint. Leonard is weather facts Florence and pee data Rora uie United states weather Bureau in Florence for the 24-hour period ending last night. Temperatures year year ago 35. Year a. P. Year Sunrise Myrtle Beach tides a. A p. M. Washington Lan. 2 weather a Nival report of and rainfall for the 24 hours Chi Jixie 8 p. A. In the principal Cotton growing arc. Ivy pc station h. I. To. Station ii. I. To. L Ane Elps 61 41 28 Attonia All fit Hir Ham Boston 35 21 Buffalo 47 21 Charlotte 58 25 Cincire Natl Jef 31 Cli Oland 51 Dallas 46 Diu it -1j 2fi 0 Moines ii m Detroit 30 32 Duluth 52 29 Galveston 70 55 Houston 75 so ind in is Jerk Villa 73 3t City a i 3s key West fun 6s Knox vile 5b 24 Louisville 57 35 _. Memphis fi4 42 43 3fi Meridian 7n to fi5 30 Miami 63 35 21 Man sep 35 in 47 21 Mobile fi7 58 25 month my is 3 ?1 i 2 n Orleans 75 new York 4.-, 32 not Folk 31 Phi a 50 28 i he Briix c7 52 a. Pfc 2 l 8 12 .31 Richmond 6i 26 St. 5to san ant no 77 41 san fian s3 3a 63 is 51 3.1 Tampa 7v my Wash ton 56 2h i m ton 61 36 goofs tax plan almost set up to get priority Washington Jan. 2 of Treasury and congressional staff i experts have agreed on major j loints in a sweeping tax revision proposal providing for almost Jwj jillion dollars annually in tax cuts in Many Fields. Informed sources said today Only Ninor details need to be worked out before the proposal can do Laid before the tax writing House ways and Means commit tee probably within 10 Days. For the first time since 1875, the entire Revenue code has been reviewed at one time. Thousands of pages of tax Laws have been re written with the of giving both individuals and business firms a better break ending conflicts and confusion and uncertainty and re moving inequities. President Eisenhower has pledged repeatedly that his administration would offer a Mammoth tax revision program to Correct what has been called the present the technical details were left for the Treasury and congressional committee staffs to work out. The streamlining program does not Deal with major tax rates. Bui it provides tax cuts nevertheless for almost All businesses and individuals in the form of new or bigger deductions for medical expenses child care costs for work ing mothers business depreciation dividend income More Liberal allowances for dependents and other Points. The new benefits would not apply to 1953 tax payment due March 15. More than a score of experts from the Treasury and from con Gressional committees have been Labouring privately Over the project for More than a year. All networks slate state of Union Washington Jan. 2 pres ident Eisenhower s state of the Union message to be delivered in person before a joint session of Congress next thursday will be carried by All radio and television the starting time is expected to be around p. M. Est. The time will be set definitely by con Gressional Resolution. Congress opens wednesday. Capitol officials said the Colum Bia broadcasting system will Han dle the telecast for All to net works on n Pool basis using the usual Throe cameras and feeding the production to the other Chan Nels. . Houses padlocked Ciuhan , dominican Republic Jan. 2 federa health department today ordered padlocked nine of 12 housing developments operated by the . Owned sugar company Central a Rhona because they Are completely inadequate and constitute a Public Pope Pius cautions Italy s to Industry to avoid mistakes of motion pictures Vatican City Jan. 2 Pius Xii warned television today not to Send into the Home lie Pic Ture of pleasure passion and evil lie said too often appears on the movie screen. He called television both a precious and dangerous instrument because of the deep reaction it is is tined to exert on Public and private life. The pontiff made the observations in a statement to italian roman Catholic Bishops on the eve of the first regular broadcasts by Italy s government controlled Tele vision network. Programs will go in the air tomorrow from Milan. Rome and Turin. Experimental broadcasts Hove been made irregularly for two years. There Are estimated to be Only about to sets in the country. I we recognize fully this new con quest of the Pope said. J it is not difficult to understand i the innumerable advantages of television and the Many services it can provide Man for his Perfec Tion 1 he added in these Days the Cinema sports and the hard necessities of daily work tend to keep family members away from Home More and More of the time and to upset the natural development of family life. Television can serve to bring the family together in the Home and to them from the dangers of undesirable companions and unhealthy the pontiff snid television also could exert a influence in relation to the culture Nyrl popular education of the people i and for spreading religious teach Ings. But he went on this must not make us Blind to another aspect of this important and delicate subject. If it is True that television Well regulated constitutes a Means of spreading Christian education ii is also not without dangers be cause of the abuses and profanities for which it can be used. Unlike the theater and the pm Ema whose audiences Are limited to Lime who wish to attend Tel Evision comes into the Homo and is seen by of All Ages and sexes and with different Cul Tural and moral backgrounds. Tel Evision programs Are. In the most part made up of film and theatrical spectacles and the number that fully satisfy Christian moral Ity is still too the Pope declared those in charge of television have grave duties and clix. And big goods our Choice. One Low Price your Choice of fitted or full or twin regular style. Percale sheets your Choice Reg. 2.79 full size Reg. 2.79 fitted Reg. 2.49 twin each ladies treat the family to the wonderful features of Fine texture Light weight Lustrous finish. You la be thrilled with Low priced Long wearing Percale in All sizes and styles. W them beautifully easily. Restock with Percale now for luxury and Economy. Matching 59c Percale Pillow cases.55c 81x99-Inch Reg. 1.59 Muslin Sheet bleached White 3-in. Top hem and 1-in. 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