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Florence Morning News (Newspaper) - January 5, 1954, Florence, South CarolinaTuesday morning january the Florence morning news Florence s. Page 9 deaths and funerals the opening wedge in James Jones an Nual Batlle for the March of dimes was rapped Home yesterday when j. B. Aiken right be came the first donator to the drive. Last year Jones collected another new record for the Atlantic coast line red Cap. The drive for dimes opened saturday and will continue through Jan. 31. Jones reminded yesterday that folks May Send contributions to him at Post office Box 2000. Morning news photo notary s meaning history the meaning and history of rotary was reviewed for the club o Dov d read the attendance rules and told the members that attendance in 3930-31 was much yesterday by j. Kendall. Rotary is a worldwide fellow-1 than during the last year. Ship of business and professional men who accept the ideas of serv ice As a basis for Success and Hap Kendall told the group Al inc Florence hotel. He said the first club was founded in Idoo in Chicago by Paul har Ris. Other Orciani Zatine followed rapidly and rotary International was in 1920. The Florence rotary club was formed on dec. 1919. With 17 charter members. J. B. Aiken was elected the first president and Tommy Miller was chosen Secre tary. Several of the Charier member arc still Active in Rota by work. J. O Dovd spoke on Atten dance. He paid when a club Hon ors n Man by asking him to join it expects him to be a dependable spoke in the wheel to do this hint person must keep up his at he said. Then or j.00? dance More seriously he said. In rotary As in anything he reminded you will Only get out of it what you put into David Mcleod talked classification principal. He the said rotary is he largest service club in Trie world that follows a strict classification principal. The strict classification helped to make rotary to said. Mcleod said rotary speaker were sincere in what they were saying because they believe in rotary rotarians seek to be of club service vocational service Community service and International he told the club judge orders Public hearing for Lithe John Charlotte ., Jan. 4 Superior court judge j. Rudisill today ordered a Public hearing thursday to air charges against police chief Frank n. Littlejohn. Judge Rudisill told a Mecklen Burg grand jury today that he signed warrants against a Litlejohn after District solicitor Basil Whit ener requested permission to draw warrants for a probable cause hearing. Before Christmas a grand jury investigating alleged gambling in Charlotte returned four present ments against Littlejohn and one against Charlotte detective w. B. Stunner. Rudisill said he had signed the warrants and that the Public hear ing will continue As Long As c. Boney Christopher Carl Boney 72, died at his residence 415 s. Graham St., at p. M. Sunday after a Brief illness. He was a retired Atlantic Coa St line railway con Ductor and had been a resident of Florence for 50 years. Funeral services will be con ducted lit 3 p. In. Tuesday in the Waters funeral Home by the Rev. P. Coble retired presbyterian minister and the Rev. James 3. Tubbs. Pastor of the Westminster presbyterian Church. Burial will follow in mount Hope cemetery. Serving As Active bearers will be Roy Carter and Wiliard Hifler. Both of Wallace n. C., Lindall Powell of Clinton. N. C., James h. Foyles of Wilmington n. A. Hector Mclean of Bennetts Villa and Guyton Mcleod of Florence. Honorary bearers will be the Dea cons and elders of the first Presby Terian Church and members of the brotherhood of railway conductors and trainmen. Or. Boney a native of Rosehill n. C., was born dec. 2, 1881, a son of the late Christopher c. And Priscilla Wells Boney. Both of Rose Fiill n. He retired in 1q50 after completing 45 years of services with the acl. He crime to Tali City irom Rosehill n. He a member of the first presbyterian Church of which he was a Deacon for 30 years. He was a member of the men s club of the Church and the retired men s club Otth acl. He also was a member o the brotherhood of railway conductors and trainmen. Or. Bone was a graduate of the Pacariem for Young men of Kenansville surviving Are his widow mrs Agnes Early Boney and one Daugh tar mrs. W. J. Wilkins both o Florence two Brothers Luke w Boney of Wallace. N. C., am Arthur e. Boney of Rocky Moun n. C., and one grandson. Vars. Sallie p. Drakeford funeral services for mrs. Sallie Owell Drakeford were conducted t p. M. Monday in the Waters Homo. The Rev. Edward Byrd pastor of the first Baptist Hurch. Officiated assisted by the lev. James 13. Tubbs pastor of Westminster presbyterian Church burial services were held at m. In the Sumter cemetery in jumper. Mrs. Drakeford a resident of Lorence for 23 years died Sud Denly at 10 p. M. Saturday at the her husband j. K. Drakeford died in 1922. She was native of Kershaw county born nov. 22, a daughter of the ate M. And Matilda Mickle Owell both of Kershaw county. She came to Florence from Sumler n 1930 and was a member of the first Baptist Church. Surviving Are four daughters mrs. Lucius Tyler mrs. W. H. Timmons miss Margaret Drake Ford allot Florence and mrs. F e. Gunn of Charlotte n. Two sons K. Drakeford of Pinewood ind Forrest Drakeford of Sumter four Sisters mrs. H. H. Gillispio of Portsmouth Ohio mrs. Marie player of Dothan mrs. Kal Mckagen of Sumler miss Nettie Powell of Sumter five Brothers or. Ben Powell of Pittsburgh a. Medicus Powell of Lanett Ala. Edwin Powell of Salisbury n. Joe Powell of Havalock n. And Cuttino Powell of Newpor news a. Five grandchildren am 7 great grandchildren. Hol Arians should acl in such Cussary. If there is any evidence a Way Ihal people will be Able to of any Law violation on the part of say that each of them is a Leader in inspiring he said. The speaker told the rotarians the key is found in a personal relation Between the members and the club. He said that the rein Bers should join in All activities and attend All meetings. Visitors were Henry Barnwell and Ray Smith or. Visiting rotarians were Hanky Carter of Timmonsville c. R. Patlon Sam hrs sly. Howard Goold of Tacoma John Yarema of Park Ion my. No Mailer How you figure just can t surpass the value Durn Billy of a Dixie Chevrolet used car. Glide out in one today for i real performance. 1952 Dodge extra clean radio Heater 4 door Sedan missing gis Kin to get a notices Washington Jan. 4 government today began sending out notices that benefits May be awaiting i h e real Ives of More than 3.500 servicemen who had been listed As missing in action in Korea and now Are presumed dead. The veterans administration said All appropriate notices and forms needed in applying for death compensation servicemen s indemnity or insurance benefits Are being mailed to beneficiaries. A said the letters arc being sent out As rapidly As advice is received from the armed forces. It said Benek varies will save time by awaiting re Ceil of the letters rather than writing a for info Avorie thai person will be bound Over to Superior the judge said. Canada held willing to expand red Trade Ottawa Jan. 4 is willing to do More Trade with rus Sia in n limited list of non strategic goods Trade minister c. D. Howe said today. He declared there Are signs of russian Goodwill on the world economic front but Canada would not be willing to ship any strategic item to that country or any communist satellite. 1952 Henry j Maroon 2 dr., actual Miles White Wall tires scat covers mation. Globulin seen As super weapon on ills of Stock Gamma globulin protector against polio in humans May become a super weapon against livestock diseases too. Hog cholera Swine Erysipelas Swine enteritis Swine influenza brucellosis tuberculosis tetanus and Newcastle Are among the livestock diseases being attacked or studied by scores of Gamma globulin researchers. Other researchers Are working on Gamma globulin As a sub stance to promote fast gains in healthy pigs. 1951 Chevrolet flex line Power slide 2 door radio Heater who e Wall tires special 1951 Ford or. Sedan is. Heater new paint Iob special 1951 Buick 2 door All the extras j99s at the Mcleod infirmary mrs. Minnie Jordan Evergreen Jan. 4 mrs Minnie e. Smith Jordan 09, die Al . Monday in a Flor ence Hospital Afler being serious ill for the last six weeks. So was the widow of Norman Jorda who died in 1923. Funeral services will be Al 4 . Tuesday in the Ever Green Baptist Church with the Rev. M. B. Gunter pastor of the Church and the Rev. Will tru Luck retired Baptist minister officiating. Burial will be in the Evergreen Baptist Church Ceme Tery. The body of mrs. Jordan will be taken to the Church at 2 ., where it will remain until the hour of the service. Mrs. Jordan was born in Olanta on aug. 24, 1884, a daughter of the late Thomas j. And Julia car Mon Smith of Olanta. She was a member of the Evergreen Baptist Church. She also was a member of the woman s missionary Union of the Church and a member of the daughters of America. Surviving Are two daughters mrs. A. H. Bigelow or. Of North Charleston and mrs. A. Jack i or. Of Philadelphia a. Six sons George w. And Herbert l. Jordan of Evergreen Norman Jordan o Langley Liston b., Charlie s. And Carl Dickie Jordan All of Flor ence three Sisters mrs. Letha Weaver of Darlington mrs. Bon Nie Ham of Sumlor and mrs. Maude Ham of Florence one brother Liston Smith of Savannah ga., 23 grandchildren two great grandchildren and a Large number of nieces and nephews. Active bearers will be Earl Jor Dan. Don Jordan. Cyril Jordan. Harold Jordan. George Jordan jr., Wallace Jordan. Ralph Bige Low and Archie Bigelow or. Honorary bearers will be the deacons of the Evergreen Baptist Church. Waters funeral Home of Flor ence is in charge of arrangements. Carl Wayne Rue i Kingstree Jan. 4 Carl Wayne Ruehl year old son of or. Hebron Community near Kingstree d. J. Mcelveen Lynchburg Jan. 4 Funer Al services for d. J. Mcelvee sr., of were held from the presbyterian Church in Lynch Bur Mondov afternoon conducted b the Rev. Ralph Mccaskill of Clin ton assisted by the Rev. Wallac Taylor of Lynchburg. Burial of Lowed in the Church cemetery. Or. Mcelveen for a number o years magistrate of Lynchburg died at a Sumter Hospital Earl saturday night following a Days illness. Or. Mcelveen was a son of the late Robert l. And Dora Lemo Mcelveen. He was a Barber b Trade. Survivors include his widow Thormer Hattie Thomas one Daugher mrs. B. Edens of Sumler to sons d. J. Mcelveen jr., an v. S. Mcelveen of Lynchburg. Admissions for Jan. 1 and 3 mrs. I. H. Mcelveen Lynch Burg mrs l. R. Sims. Darlington mrs. O. R. . Gali vants ferry mrs. A. I. Watson. Florence Vasi Okus Florence miss Dewilla a Daue sports Cheraw Julius r. Loflin Cheraw miss arc non Millins Buddie Mcarthur. I. D. Livingston Darlington mrs. Mailman. Reading a. Douglas l. Cooper Floyd d. Clan on. Lydia Clynis Webster. Lake City High Flowers Lake View mrs. Willa Nell Balckburn Flor Ciu a miss Lucille Cribb Florence mrs. W. Llanos Florence gun Rig Dudley Jordan. Florence mrs. R. L. Martin. Cheraw mrs. Dixie Fisher Florence J. Calculi Pamplico mrs. Bruce Rogers Mullins torn warn a Parker. Darlington and Moke it a habit Good saving habits often mean the difference Between just existing and real living enjoyment with that wonderful feel ing of Progress and Security. Liberal earnings added twice yearly Maks your account Here grow faster. Why not drop in and Start your account today each account is insured up to Security building loan Asso. Save with Security i. Evans is. Florence r. T. N. Una Rencer 1 Rusl Ilcent clips. Slaw. Vice. President e. Ii. I Kirns treasurer Dupont Young Lake City Jan. 4 funeral for Dupont Young 55, Romin enl merchant and Fanner Lake City were held this after own from the Lake cily Mellio isl Church. The services were conducted by he Hev. L. D. Bolt pastor. Burial allowed in the family plot in the ily cemetery directed by Epps Uncial Home. Pallbearers were or. Charles Immons a. W. Wim Horly Vivian Jash c. F. Caddy Marion. Mal lows Laurie Askins w. D. Filch and Carlton Fitch. Or. Young died Early sunday at a Columbia Hospital injuries received in a wreck dec. 2g at Rock Hill. Or. Young was born and reared n Lake City a son of mrs. Julia upon Young and the late j. Cal. Roung. He attended elementary and High school in Lake City and Bamberg. He had been in the mercantile business All of his life until a few ago when he went into the Aorist and gift shop business. He was a Large scale Farmer. He served As a Steward in the Ake City methodist Church. He was a member of the Lake City chamber of Commerce and a member of the Southeastern and National Florist Assn. Survivors include his widow mrs. Doris Kohn Young of Lake City one sister mrs. James Lynn of Chester his Mother mrs. F. B. Young of Lake City two nephews Edward Roper of Lake City and Jack Roper of Union i nieces misses Julianne and w. I Lynn of Chester. Or. Young s father j. Young a prominent banker of Lake City died in 1937. His sister mrs. J. Hoper jr., died in 1933. Coke s. Dent or. Coke Smith Dent sr., 47, of 707 East Pine St. Died sometime Sun Day night apparently of a Hearl attack. Funeral services will be conducted at 11 . Wednesday in the Waters funeral Home by his Pas Tor the Rev. E. E. Glenn of the Central methodist Church. Burial will be mount Hope cemetery or. Deal a resident of Florence for 20 years was bom in Darling ton a son of mrs. Katie Nunna maker Dent of Columbia and the late William Dawson Deal. He came to Florence from Columbia in 1934. At the time of his death he an Aulo Salesman. He a a member of the Central methodist Church. Surviving Are his son. Coke s Dent or. Of Florence two Sisters airs. Webb Adams of Batesburg and mrs. M. B. Fan of Lexing ton four Brothers w. D. Dent or and Ross Dent both of Columbia Curtis Dent of Savannah ga., and w. W. Dent of Indianapolis his Mother mrs. Katie n. Dent of Columbia and two grandchildren. Cone Mills eyes Texas Greensboro ., Jan. 3 Cone Mills corp. Officials today confirmed reports they have chosen san Marcos tex., As a probable location for expansion of their Tex Ile interests. Ceasar Cone treasurer i the corporation sold his firm is considering a Ion acre tract but has not purchased the site. Channel mrs. Edith h. Camlin Andrews. Jan. 4 Funer services for mrs. Edith Haselden Timlin 78, were held at uie Home of the Rev. W. Stackhouse Mon Day at 3 . Burial followed in Harmony methodist churchyard. Mrs. Comlin widow of George w. Camlin of near Andrews died it her Home sunday after a Lin Gering illness. Surviving Are six sons Charles s. Of Savannah Herman Norris w. And Kenneth l. Of an Drews w. Dowell of Columbia and Marvin c. Comlin of Hamlet four daughters mrs. Thessie Gowdy of Cades mrs. Thetis Wichers of an Drews mrs. Edith Cox of Hamlet and mrs. Mildred Davis of Colum Bia 18 grandchildren several great grandchildren two Brothers Ter. Mrs. L. A. Parsons of Andrews. R. M. Haselden of Andrews and a. M. Haselden of Clio and a Sis or. R. 0. Mccutcheon Bishopville Jan. 4 or. R. 0. Mccutchen former mayor of Bishopville died today at the Lee county memorial Hospital. A son of the Lale w. Mccutchen and Elma e. Bradley my Cul Rhen or. Mccutchen was born in 1880. He was graduated from the University of South Carolina in 1903 and was an Honor graduate of the school of Medicine University of Maryland in 1907. For 28 years he was a trustee of. His Alma mater and served As both vice chairman and chairman the Board. He was a member of the selective service Board and county physician for Lee county for 15 years and since 1938 rail Road surgeon for the Atlantic coast line Railroad. From 1942 to 1940 he was chairman of the anti tuberculosis association of Lee coun t. Or. Mccutchen was a member of the presbyterian Church the kiwanis club and no Sigma no medical Fra Lornita. Funeral services w us be conducted Al the Bishopville presbyterian Church at 2 . Tuesday. Burial will be in the Church cemetery. He is survived by his widow a son. R. 0. Mcc ulchin or. Three daughters mrs. W. W. Anderson jr., mrs. H. Austin and mrs. J. P. Olmert 13 grandchildren two Sisters mrs. A. H. Wherry of Chester and miss Edna Mccutchen of Bishopville. Garris l Garner Darlington Jan. 4 Garris Leroy Garner 54, died of a heart attack Here today while on the Way to a doctor s office. Funeral services will be held from the killer funeral Home at . Tuesday the Rev. L. E. A pc or. Of the Trinity Metho dist Church will officiate. Burial will follow at the Grove Hill cemetery. Or. Garner was born and reared a Cartersville but he has been iving in Darlington most of his life. Surviving Are his father John s. Garner of Darlington two Broth ers Alva t. Garner of Darlington and Richard Garner of Myrtle Beach three Sisters. Mrs. Bill Iso Kreit of Georgetown mrs. Mildred Edwards and mrs. Maynee Steen both of Hartsville. Talk about our slogan the clearest picture in Flor just the other Day we were pleasantly reminded again of its Complete truth. It seems Ihal our men had installed the Cable for or. Jack Wright of 720 Coil sorrel in time for him to get the East West football game. Jerry our construction Foreman stopped by to he always found a Genue mrm there witching the grime for Fin or. Wright s set As he often did right Here in our showroom. Whal makes this an item for us is the fact he told Jerry he d just come from a Home where they were was Hing television from an Antenna installation and could t get decent reception and Here he was watching a picture of the game at the Wrights through our Cable. Nice. Zehv and As it happens we had quite a few Calls from frustrated set owners who could get Good reception for the and wondered Hov we were doing. Well repeat our selves our Cable subscribers had Fine reception while the others with antennae were cussing and fuming. Jack Singer our sales Mana Ger is a Busy Beaver these Days. Said Only the other Day that he knew there was tremendous in Terest in the Cable in Florence but the difficulty he encounters is thai he Connol make enough per Singer seized Chicago Jan. 4 h. Asher 28. Hillbilly Singer was or dered removed today to Miami. Fla., where he is charged with raping n 14-year-old girl. The . Monthly milk product Sonal Calls per Day it schema everyone wants to just sit Down and talk about the Cable. It s he says that with All the publicity we be had so Many people Don t fully under stand the operation of tha Well pretty soon Well help you out Jack. Well devote an entire column to n description of How the Cable works. Community to systems inc. J553 West Evans Street Telephone lion is around eight million pounds. 5292 mrs. P. A. Young Manning. Jan. 4 graveside services fur mrs. Currie Brabham Young co. Were conducted Mon Day afternoon at the Manning cemetery by the Rev. J. D. Kil Gore and the Rev. R. D. Gambrill. Mrs. Young widow of Pickott a. Young of Whiteville. . Died sunday at the Clarendon memorial Hospital after several months surviving Are four daughters mrs. T. P. Crawford. Miss Zadie Young and mrs. Cecil Ridgill of mainline and mrs. W. H. Miller or. Of Whitmire two sons. Pickett Manning and aus Don Young of the of Jacksonville Fla. Three Sisters mrs. Leighlon Laird of Barnwell mrs. Ruby bedding of North died Early monday night in memorial Hospital following Short illness. A j Ler Ion and mrs. Tommy Nimmer inf Thomasville. A two Brothers. Jessie Cohen Bennett Pamplico mrs. Oscar p. Dowdy. Sumler Wiliard or. Darlington Frances Mae Washington Flor ence Harvie Dechamps Florence Arnethea Graham. Jol Ansonville Clara Odom it. Claire Albert Jenkins. Florence Elise Wright Hemingway Elizabeth Simon. Lamar Mamie Lee Whaley. Florence Harry Lee Eaddy Effingham Barbara Ann Scott. Florence Disha rfcs mrs. A. W. Broach and baby Florence w. B. Mccullough. Lane mrs. N. H. Tedder Florence mrs. Dennis Fowler Florence mrs. B. F. Turner. Coward mrs. Lucy ii. Birr. Florence mrs. Mary Dorrell Effingham mul Dcuna Kemmerlin Florence James Register Hartsville mrs. Rebecca Odom Darlington Tarvio Dechamps Florence Essie mention mrs. D. E. Tallon and baby i Hartsville mrs. David Evans and baby Marion mrs. R. H. Mcelveen and baby Lynchburg David d. Driggers. Columbia mrs. A. I. Watson Florence mrs. N. M. Thomas Darlington George h. Smith jr., Andrews j. Ammons Mccall mrs. Bertha Powell Scranton Mike w. Perry Bennetts Villa miss Dewilla Kyd inc sports Cheraw Julius r. Loflin. Flier new miss Bronda Board. Mullins s. E. Carlo units Villa mrs. M. B. Bultmann. Sumler mrs. Martin unwell. Turn Eville Haywood Ilon Nix Florence a Nothen Orr Hnin Johnron Vullo. Agio Parrott toy so , Der Linkton Francos one flu coca graveside services will be he d at 3 . Tuesday in Williamson cemetery by the Rev. E. Posum of Hyman assisted by the Rev. James e. James of Kingstree. Survivors include in addition to the parents one half sister Linda Williamson of the Home and the maternal grandparents or. And mrs. H. B. Harrington of Manning. Weather facts w. 11. Of Russellville and John lira hair of it. Pleasant and five grandchildren. Lide w. Haselden Mullins Jan. 4 the original funeral arrangements for Wal Ker Haselden were postponed and will be held at p. M. Tuesday at the Cox funeral Home with the Rev. Percy Upchurch and the Rev. John Holland officiating. Burial will follow in Millers Church cemetery. Deaths elsewhere countess Dorothy i Frasso or internationally known new York socialite aboard a train in route from Las vegas to los Angeles. Henry Edward Rood former reporter and editorial writer for several metropolitan newspapers and associate editor of Harper s Magazine from 1900 to 1910, in Greensboro n. Your funeral director Oor forms Many pc Ronal services when raises led. His com Sci con be depended upon from Tho hour he is called until final imposition. No there Are Over 75 no pirate Surv la Stoma he May care of during one funeral. In Hort Tho funeral director can Toko from your Houman to weight of every responsibility a Rcpt Cronon Sivility of selecting him. A members of National selected morticians a International association of funeral director of nigh a Nab. Ethical practices and business in testy to offer you them dial 6311 Timber of Natheal Waters funeral Home "60 years of service 400 South Dargan Street a whale s flippers have the same five fingered Structure As the human hand and foot. Florence an1 tee Dee data from the la filed Stales weather Bureau in Florence for the 24-hour period ending last night. Temperatures i year is. Lowest -33 year 28. Mcan--17 year 37. A. 34 p. 47. Year Trace. Sunrise Sunset Myrtle Beach tides a. M. P. M. Wasiqi Incio. Jan. 1 win Thor in Rynn Loimil of temperature inc Ranf us fur thu 21 Luurs Ern Tirik b ., in the Prin Cipal to Lynn Krouiak station 11. I. I r. Station . It. Al Panfi 2i Al 1, an eels m 16 Louisville 45 24 is 31 Memphis to 33 41 .12 moral a fi5 27 w 26 Miami 7r m 40 31 .81 3h 2s Atlanta All City str him 23 re Irlotte so 30 cd noose 22 Cal Fleo 30 30 43 31 c of fund i 2fi 65 a Cnorr to 23 n in Lori 33 2 la troll 30 2fi twirl null 30 17 Fremio my 32 Rul Pulon m m co i in Mininn 73 10 us Montler 70 43 my 65 33 Montreal 25 j5 n Orleans 63 47 1 02 new York 39 21 Norfolk 35 pm 41 31 30 Ril tunic m 1 for Linart 3s 31 4fl 27 is 27 70 h s7 10 3k in 41 23 Lark Volle 7fl 47 Kan City 43 33 Kry evil 7.1 h7 Knuyt Lluc 50 23 some scientists believe that Brick was made by men years ago. Savannah 4j 30 .43 f r 57 43 31 Willm Lon 51 34 let us resolve on vigilance time s running out the hour s Jafe we must not take a Gambler s Chance the enemy is at Bur Gate. The Gate is open wide our sky must be defended at All Cost lest Liberty should prostrate lie and All her cherished gains be lost. Pun or a t h v Mcclenaghan High school tonight last night no admission charge p. M

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