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Florence Morning News (Newspaper) - January 18, 1954, Florence, South CarolinaPage 10 the Florence morning news Florence s. Monday morning january 18, 1954 dental school problem faces state legislature this week Columbia Jan. 17 w the question of building a state dental school will be before the general Assembly this week. A proposal to earmark h4 Mil lion dollars of the state s expected 12% million Dollar surplus to build such a school Carne up in the House last week. It was by passed temporarily until surplus appropriating of the general appropriations Bill ire reached this week. State now showing Tob Impf Humr or Arnii Fikiret Pinr my Palmetto drive in theatre sunday monday sunday monday woman of the North country action drama in Trucolo with Rod Cameron Ruth Hussey John Agar Gale storm j. Carrol Naish in the Brief Lime the matter was before the House in an Amend ment to the Money Bill by rep. Grim Bill of Charleston the pros and cons were pretty Well aired. Rep. Verner of Greenville chair Man of the ways and Means com Mittee that drafted uie Bill opposed the proposal. It s Noi Jie explained that the committee does t think the proposal a worthy one its just that current demands for other state needs arc More pressing. The surplus Sel Tiomi of the Money Bill channels Money to Pur Chase school buses finish rebuild ing the state Penitentiary Buckl a new negro Section at the state tuberculosis Sanatorium and so on Grimball argued that the state is Short on dentists and the Short age will continue and maybe get worse unless the state starts Palms Dio drive in theatre tuesday wednesday p. M. Thunderbird with John Derek Mono Freeman and Gene Evans cartoon news features Sun. 9 . 7 . Educating its own dentists. He said there now Are 372 Active dentists in the state compared Vith 500 in 1925. He said this left 50uth Carolina with one dentist n every people compared Vith the National average of one or every he noted that during the last five years 59 South Carolina dentists Lave died while Only 19 new Den Isle have begun practice in the state. James b. Putnam funeral services for James but or Putnam 75, will be conducted at 3 p. M. Monday in Tiu water funeral Home by or. E. A Colvin Wistor of Immanuel Baptist Church ind the Rev. T. E. Simpson re ired presbyterian minister of so Hill. Burial will follow in prove Hill cemetery in Darlington. Or. Putnam a retired embalmer ind funeral director died at a. A saturday in n local Hospital is the result of an Anlo Accident that happened at Delco n. Last november 7. Him n u Iota ins Kho married the late George g parents were the late James Rob Palmer in and resided at car weather facts Florence and i be Dee data from the United states weather Bureau in Florence for the 24-hour period ending last night. Temperature year year year a. P. Rain none year Myrtle Beach tide p. M. P. M. Washington. Jan. 17 Al a what lips report of temperature and rainfall for the 21 hours cedi it 8 in the Prin Cipal Cotton i divine areas and elsewhere station n. Alpina 38 Asheville Atlanta All City 32 by Ham 41 Boston 34 Buffalo 13 Charlotte 53 cd Sooga 41 Chicago 13 Cincinnati 24 Cleveland 1r Dallas 38 Denver fi4 d Molnes 11 Detroit 14 Dulith a Fresno 57 Galveston 58 Houston 58 ind posts 21 Jack Villa 69 Kan City 19 key West 73 Knox i la 39 or. Station 11. -1 .03 a Angl is 5 j 31 Louisville 31 Memphis 35 Meridian 43 33 miam Mann sep of Mohile 3r month my 52 Montreal -6 n Orleans 52 new York 23 .03 Norfolk 40 Phylia 28 Phoenix 52 put Shuri 17 .01 Portland 3s Richmond 38 .27 St Louis 20 san Lolo 50 san fran 54 Savannah fi9 Seattle 33 Tampa 71 Wash Ion 40 Wilm Tun 3b 76 g3 36 to 35 13 .05 dual drive in Darlington Highway monday tuesday deaths and funerals mrs. Mary k. Jennings Sumter Jan. Funeral ser vices for mrs. Mary Keith Jennings of Sumter will be held at the first presbyterian Church Here at 11 a. M. Monday. The Rev. Cliff Hill Mcleod will officiate. Burial will be in the family i cemetery at Cartersville. The body i remain at the Hurst funeral he was a native of Laurens county Horn april 20. 1878. His Hume until the hour of service. Mrs. Jennings was the former miss Mary Keith the daughter the late Carrie Parrott and diaries Benton Keith of Timmons Ert and Sarah Willis Putnam both of Laurens county. Or. Putnam came to Florence in 1918, where he was associated with the w. M. Waters company As embalmer funeral director and furniture Salesman for years. He retired in and for the past few years he had made his Home Here with his daughter mrs. Jesse j. Gray. Or. He was a member of the first presbyterian Church and the Willcox Bible class of the Church. He graduated from the Renouard school of Mur Tuart science a new York City n. Y. In 1911. Surviving Are two daughters mrs. Jesse j. Grey or. Of Florence id mrs. Helen p. Hutchinson of . 7 pm r Robert i Taylor Gardner i Howard keel Carolina now showing dimension and peril of America s Pulusi and you part of thrill and glory of in torrential Stoyl Bright Leaf drive in theatre u.s.-76 West sunday monday hmm Mem tuna my do Mun Ami Jet Chandik Marith Maxwel and tront Ouinn Sun. Mon. Monday tuesday James Cagney a lion is in the streets my Warner Bros. Barbara Hale Anne Francis j a tort William Cagney. Also cartoon news today regular admission plus toc for viewers monday tuesday in the Jane Wyman Auk Ujj Jay i Wilmington a four sons George m. Putnam of Anderson Frances m. Putnam of Loraine Ohio .1. Claude Putnam of new Bern. N. C., and Hoy w. Putnam of Darlington one brother a. Putnam of Pickens and one sister mrs. Wary Henry of Greenville and 11 grandchildren. Serving As Active bearers will be w. B. Tyson t. To. Grimmer. John Leroy Goff j. Guy Tippins. Worth s. Adams and j. Homer Taylor. Mrs. Gertie h. Worrell funeral services for mrs. Gettie h. Worrell were conducted sunday afternoon at 3 o clock in the water funeral Home by her or. E. E. Colvin of Immanuel Baptis Church the Rev. Edward l. Byrd pastor of the first Baptist Church and the Rev. W. S. Poynor. Re tired episcopal minister. Burial was in mount Hope cemetery. Mrs. Worrell died suddenly Fri Day afternoon As the result of n heart attack. She was 72 years old. She was born january 0. 1882. A daughter of the be John e. And Marcaret Mckay link hell both of Florence county. She was a life loin of Florence county except for a Tew years of her Early childhood that she lived in latin. She was a resident of member of Thi Church. Surviving Are two sons Carl k. And Manton j. Worrell both of Florence and two granddaughters. Quick Relief for headache neuralgia Stanback you Riili of itto or orc Init any you re Vrtar used. Villa. 2. Mrs. Jennings was later married to the late or. Jennings of bunter in 1934 and had resided there the rest of her life mrs. Jennings was a charter member of the Timmonsville Chap of the american legion Aux As presiden of it us president Orlan Community ser Washington Jan. 17 Burdick unyielding in his opposition to an across the Board pay raise for congressmen today proposed an alternative Merit system salary scale. Describing this As the lesser of two evils he said it might limit the raises to those members who on the stir lace at least appear to deserve instead of raising the pay of every member of Senate and House from the present including expense accounts to As recommended by a presidential commission Burdick said we should limit it to those who earn for example he said a Man seeking election to Congress for the first time should get the pres ent compensation. Of he vice chairman and was a Gold Star Mother. She attended All slate Leetmass of american lotion s Long As her health permitted mrs. Jei miss was Active in red Cross work and was had red Cross Volunteer workroom during world War ii. She was a in haul member of he karst pres survivors include three Apt. George g. Palmer sons of the u b. Keith of Orlando Al i and two stepdaughters Isal s. Augusta avers of Sumter. Nathan Henry Hinds "1c Jimmy p. Caston pastor of the Baptist Tabernacle burial was m the Moody Ceme Tery near Mars Bluff. D de in a local Triana after an illness of i was born March 1j02. In Florence a son of mrs Georgia Bailey Hinds of Florence Mcl the late Stephen a. Hinds or for a number of years or. Hinds was associated in the plumbing the Toti was 3 member of surviving Are his Mother three sons. Man in s. Hinds Donald e Hinds and Billy e. Hinds All of Washington d. C., two daughters mrs. Hacket Smith of Mullins and mrs. Dean King of Murfreesboro Tenn. One Sisic i mrs. Beaufort Long of Latta four Brothers mar Ion Hinds of Dillon. Woodrow Hinds of Lacross wis., s. A. Hinds and Bill Hinds both of Florence and one grandson. Stoudenmire funeral Home was in charge of arrangements. Merit system for pay boost to congressmen is proposed made Good and was reelected he d get an extra for each additional term until he hit a top of since House members fire elected for two year terms they would reach the maximum when they started their fifth term. Senators elected for six year terms presumably would get an extra 500 at the end of each two years to keep them abreast of House members. Whether old timers in Congress would get the raises retroactively or have to earn them by winning More elections has t been worked out in Burdick s plan. They won t take this proposal he commented. Lest anyone get Burdick wrong he s against any kind of a pay raise if he can prevent it. Fat Gold shot mice How pay in cancer san Francisco Jan. 7 mice which got fat because they received shots containing sold Are now paying for their gilded High Jinks in cancer. The Little animals ate until they were two or three times their nor Mal weight. On the average one out of every four of these mice get cancer anyway regardless of their diet. But nearly two thirds of the fat ones developed Malig Nancy. This still does t prove that fat causes cancer said the Stanford medical school researchers who conducted the Experiment. But it does show that either the fat or the dietary mechanism involved had something to do with the Onset of the dread disease. The experimenters. Or. Samuel h. Waxiler and Pelagio Tabar of the pharmacology and therapeutics department reported in the Stanford medical bulletin. Their work was supported by the National cancer Institute a govern ment Agency. The shots Given the mice wore Gold Thi glucose a combination of Gold Fulfur and sugar. The stuff itself did t produce the fat but gave the mice a terrific appetite. Or. Waxiler discovered the appetite whetting qualities of the mix Ture nearly five years ago. He does t know How it works except that it produces a lesion or injury somewhere in the animal body perhaps in the brain. The Stanford experimenters now plan to use the chemical injections to product obesity in the Labora tory for a study of the role of fat in heart disease. Florence to see atom show Columbia. Jan. 17 i to a travelling exhibit on atomic Energy will visit six South Carolina cities during feb. And March. The exhibit will be sent out by the University of South Carolina Extension division on this schedule feb. 5-7, Greenville feb. 11-13, Columbia feb. 18-21, March 5-7, and Aiken March 12-14. The show is provided by the american museum of atomic Energy at Oak Ridge Tenn. The exhibit will be transported in a special trailer. One of the demonstrations will Fortune shoes for men Friendly shoe store 116 n. Dargin St. Tootie Baroody be splitting uranium atoms. Use of radio isotopes in medi Cine agriculture and Industry also will be shown. South Carolina National Bank member . We re overpaid lie said. Fifty per cent of the members could t make As much Back Home As they get Here. Nobody forces us to run for Burdick who will be 75 next month is a lawyer by profession but has been in politics since 1907 when he was elected to the North Dakota legislature. He has been in Congress most of the time since 1034. The Al National federation of Post office clerks through its National executive committee urged Congress to accept the Wise decisions of the presidential com Mission. Wanted to buy Small loan office in Florence s. Al replies g and g management corp. 415 e. Trade n. Our funeral prices ire plainly marked and available to every client at the same Price Waters funeral Home "60 years of service 400 South Dargan St. Dial 6311 member of emotional dial 3294 for drug store needs prescriptions called for and delivered a registered pharmacist on duty at All times Evans drug company see. Presto America s Foremost hypnotist magician at the Mcclenaghan High school thursday Friday saturday Jan. 21, 22, 23 8pm adults children soc see a preview presentation of Preston in the window of Sears Roebuck thur. Fri. Sat. At 4 pm each Day sponsored by the Exchange club of Florence pay Cash and save Here s your big Opportunity to save Money on building materials of Quality. This Sale will last All this week then our prices will go Back to Normal. Some items we Are reducing some we Are Clos ing out a pre inventory Sale that you should take advantage of. A items for Cash no Green stomps with these Sale items. All doors paint brushes Dur Alite paint. Pittsburgh paint Cabinet hardware.5 to builders hardware Birtwell cabinets Check rail windows. Youngstown sinks cabinets. G. E. Tex Olite plastic cabinets tops 5% 50% 20% 15% 25% 20% off off off off off off off off off off Murray Mitchell co Darlington Highway dial 8264

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