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Florence Morning News (Newspaper) - January 24, 1954, Florence, South CarolinaSunday morning january 24, 1954 the Florence morning news Florence. 8. Rage 15 new Florence Bank to open by july Florence s third Bank with facilities is expected to be in opera Tion by the end july. The Bank of Florence As it will be known will be quartered in the Florence Trust building. The corporation which is valued at is actually a conversion of the Carolina Cash depository valued at into a full fledged Bank. Last october John Mcgowan acting As trustee obtained an option to Purchase All of. The capital Stock of the depository for c. E. Mitchell Frederick d. Brown and or. Rowland f. Zeigler. After the option was obtained the group enlarged to include Elting l. Chapman jr., Maitland s. Chase Charlesh Earp Frank s. Key sr., m. Morse f. H. Murray jr., or. George Richardson e e. Stone p. B. Thorney u. Tom Linson and Calvin Yarborough. The number of stockholders now exceeds 225 with no one stockholder owning More than live and one half per cent of the total capital Mcgowan said. He shares at a Price of scribed. Added that subscription s22.50. Have been sub speaking Tor the officers and directors of the new Bank Mcgowan said growth is a prime essential in the development of any Community and this area has a Well recognized potential in this direction. The conversion of the depository proposed Here will give to this Community a new Large local and widely owned Bank which can and will Render a wide Range of serv ice and will thereby encourage and exploit the growth parking meters join fight against polio Darlington Jan. Parking meters Are aiding in the March of dimes Campaign in Darlington. This week tags were placed on the meters stating that All dimes placed therein will go to Ward fighting polio. Officials said this has been a custom in Darlington for several years and that it has helped out the total contribution figures enormously. Youths confess store break in a recent break in at the Crider drug store Here apparently was solved this week when five Junior High school youths confessed to the crime. Five watches the youths said they stole were recovered. The youths were taken before juvenile judge Kenneth Grimsley who or dered that they pay Lor the watches. The watches Are to remain the property of the youths. Principal b. B. of Junior High school turned the youths Over to police after they had appeared in his office to confess to the break in. Dick Bartell new Cincinnati Redlegs coach broke into major league baseball with the Pittsburgh pirates at Cincinnati in 1927. Most Beautiful Man Fields takes mod Lead Chicken bog scheduled police sgt. Herbert Fields bounded Back into the Lead in the March of dimes most Beautiful Man contest yesterday and members of the police department immediately announced that it would hold a Chicken bog supper for the Bene fit of the mod. It goes without saying that the Money realized will be credited to Fields total in the contest. The supper will be held tues Day from 5 . The build ing formerly occupied by Gil More s China Mart in the 200 bloc of West Evans Street. Tie Chick in bog win be prepared to eat out or to eat on the premises. It will be prepared by the Chick in bog d. L. Gabby Haynes and his Crew. Plates will be served for one Dollar. Meanwhile yesterday the charges counter charges Over Anc under charges flew fast and thick. Jim Brand who Fields replaced in the top spot sent a Telegram to the police department and the morning news. Addressed to Alabama Fields and his forty thieves care Gestapo Headquarters in chief Price s Bas the Telegram Jashed at the proposed Chicken bog supper. Brand said it is my plan to have or. S. A. Greenberg or. Lamar Lee and or. Harry Taylor present at your Chicken bog party not As guests but to attend the aches and pains which of necessity must re sult from tie swill you will be the wire signed Beautiful was paid to the morn ing news but collect at the to at the Mcleod infirmary admissions for Jan. 21-22 mrs. Cullie Vause Timmonsville mrs. W. Baxley Effingham Eddie Dixon Florence Jacob s. Ramsey Darlington miss Priscilla Weatherford Dar Lington mrs. Rachel b. Saleeby Florence mrs. R. W. Lewis Florence mrs. Everette c. Fowler Flor once miss Janice Hyman. Pamplico Thomas l. Kirby jr., Florence mrs. Elizabeth d. Butler Marion mrs. H. R. Blackwell Florence mrs. Purvis Fairmont n. Mrs. Irene keel Florence Herman j. Parker Hemingway Reece Burch jr., it. Croghan James Brown Dillon Teddy Moses Hartsville Patrick Henry Florence Charles e. Spann Cheraw Calvin Andrewsjr. Dar Lington mrs. Self Komarnicki Bennetts Ville mrs. Jean d. Bailey Florence mrs. W. W. Locklair Florence Orlie Norris. Tabor City n. Mrs. Rosa g. Spears Florence c. H. Tallon Olanta mrs. J. 1. Hobbs Lynchburg mrs. L. B. Meade Florence mrs. Clyde Bone Florence mrs. Fred d. Andrews Darling ton Glen skipper Florence Earl Phillips Florence Alonzo Cook Florence Marie Eaddy Scranton discharges mrs. Rowland Carroway and baby Florence mrs. F. H. Sansbury and baby Florence mrs. Herman bellflowers and baby Scranton mrs. F. H. Murray and baby Florence Walter Lowery Darlington mrs. Ernest d Dorrity Lamar mrs. Cora l. Summersett co Lumbia mrs. W. Baxley. Effingham Fred Melton Lake City miss Susia Bundy Clio miss Ann Schoolfield Mullins Thomas l. Kirby jr., Florence mrs. Harrell Gardner Darlington Wesley Lloyd Darlington mrs. Herman Poston Par Halico mrs. Herman j. Lentz Johnson Ville Willie Mae Hammond and baby Florence Mary Ester James and baby Florence Bannie Taylor Darlington Willie Lucky Florence Roosevelt Timmons Pamplico Bobby Ann Crawford Florence Phillip Sparks Latta Viola Bittle Chesterfield isole Mcdaniel Marion Freddie Graham Florence Harry Lee Eaddy. Effingham mrs. Johnny White and baby Timmonsville mrs. Robert e. Hughes and baby. Florence mrs. Louis 0. Yarborough and baby Florence mrs. S. H. Melton Cheraw mrs. Mcrean Hood Florence mrs. J. R. Coker. Lake City l. A Hodges Florence Eddie Dixon. Florence Jimmie Morris baby Timmons Ville miss Janice Hyman Pamplico mrs. Abram b. Jones Darling ton Edward d. Hales Fairmont n. Mrs. J. D. Fairfax fair Bluff. N. Mrs. Hoyt Fulmer Florence miss Pricsilla Weatherford Dar Lington mrs. Pearl Rogers Hemingway mrs. Everette Fowler Florence Hattie Blain Florence of com lice department. Sgt. Jimmy Wise accepted the wire but handling his Blackjack suggested the messenger collect from Brand. It was done. Chief j. A. Price Jashed at any Hope the doctor entrants May have in the race. Of course they Are depending on their patients to sup port he said. That should be interesting. They la get few votes. The patients can t afford any contributions to the March of dimes. Anyone who has spent any time in either Mcleod infirmary Bruce Hospital or Saun rulers me Morial during the past year will be a Long time recovering financially. While the fight appeared to to Between Fields and Brand right Down to the thursday deadline a couple of not so newcomers were putting in their better than a dimes Worth. Tom Ector local Power and Light company Baldy attracted some High voltage to zoom into the num Ber four spot. And Don Gray radio Platter spinner using All the re sources at his control was right behind in fifth place. James Jones local dimes Cham Pion continued to push toward his goal of he turned in 5139.43 to bring his total for the drive to the standings in the most Beautiful Man contest Herbert Fields Jim Brand s. A. Greenberg Tom Ector 7c63, Don Gray Ben Dozier Lamar Lee Rod by Brown Harry Taylor 971, Jack Tallevast 918. J. T. Rice 774. Clifton Green 689, Haskell m. Thomas 605. Group education schedules meeting Darlington Jan. 23 mrs. Lenora Cunningham vice presi Dent of the Lancaster county Tea Chers Assn., will be guest speak at the january meeting of the Darlington county education Assn. The meeting will be held next thursday in Darlington. Mrs. Cunningham s subject will be the educational aspects for the school lunch she a Delegate from the Lancaster county education Assn. Convention and is a member of to the National education Assn. The elementary principals Assn. Other guests scheduled to attend will be w. H. Garrison state school lunch supervisor and miss Kathe Rine Gaston his assistant of co Lumbia. Fund reaches Darlington. Jan. 23-c. Butler Campaign chairman for the 1953 Christmas Keal Sale funds in Darlington county. Said total of s10.000 has been received in the drive to Date. Tie goal set for the county Campaign is the amount needed for a full program of tuberculosis activities for the fiscal year. Butler said it is not too late to make contributions to the Darling ton county Campaign. Engineer societies elect presidents Columbia Jan. 23 p. Barber of Columbia was elected resident of the state society of engineers at its annual Winter meeting Here. He succeeds j. A. Hicks of Charleston. The vice presidency went to a Atkinson of Greenwood. A. E. Johnson was re elected Secretary Rea surer. The South Carolina Section of the american society of engineers meeting at the same time chose Harry mems of Orangeburg As its new president. The state society of engineers also named these new District directors j. A. Mcpherson or. Of Green Ville Northwest h. J. Blackman if Columbia Central and r. D. Tucker of Charleston Southeast. Thief guesses wrong Anderson Jan. 22 the Law of averages worked Over Ime against the thief who broke nto e. Gurley s radio shop. Of All the television sets there he thief took the Only two that weren t working. The new Westminster presbyterian Church on the second Loop Road will be dedicated today. Top picture shows the exterior of the modern Structure. Bolsom photo shows the spacious auditorium of the Church. The building replaces an adjoining Frame Structure which will be used for an educational Plant. Morning news photo rent continued for rent six room House 103 Greenland dr., three bedrooms steam heat venetian blinds basement five room House 314 Guerry St., newly painted two bedrooms Kitchen furnished three room apartment 310 South Winston St., venetian blinds water and Gas Range furnished insulated and weather stripped five room House 126 s. Warley St., close in very Nice two bed rooms 560.00. Four room apartment 1800 West Palmetto St., on bus line connections for electric Range four room apartment 513 s. Coil St., has hot water Heater and connection for electric Range 525.00. Five room apartment goo s. War Ley St., Oil Hetrola venetian blinds garage and play ground furnished three room furnished apartment 153 n. Franklin dr., near bus line water furnished. Cormell Streett co. Real estate insurance dial 6329 sanding and waxing machines foe rent by Day or night Maxwell Campbell incorporated 157 e. Pine 4263-8205 furnished heated. Dally weekly or monthly. Men Only dial Arcade build Lar 142 e. pro vate non ulment. Only. Phone w41. 417 r. Deninn for rent 409 West Pine Street four room unfurnished apartment 547.50. 207-e West Pine Street three room unfurnished apartment 545.00. 210-b Kuker Avenue four room unfurnished apartment s32.50. 163-a North Mcqueen Street four room unfurnished apartment 537.00. 502-a Oakland Avenue four room unfurnished apartment 527.50. 3i2-a Covington Street three room unfurnished apartment 538.00. 154-b Sunset drive four room unfurnished apartment s32.00. 109-b South Mcfarland Street four room unfurnished apartment 306-a South Coit Street five room unfurnished apartment 540.00. 401-b South Dargan Street four room unfurnished apartment 901-b King Avenue three room furnished apartment 1211 West Evans Street five room furnished Bungalow 206 East Palmetto Street six room unfurnished Bungalow s45.00. 900 North Brunson Street five room unfurnished Bungalow 10g North Guerry Street five room unfurnished Bungalow 350.00. 823 Waverly Avenue five room unfurnished Bungalow 552.50. 318 West Cedar Street five room unfurnished Bungalow air base Heights four room unfurnished Bungalow Florence Darlington Highway four room unfurnished Bungalow 504 Oakland Avenue six room unfurnished Bungalow 143 East Palmetto Street twelve rooms unfurnished j70.00. 407 West Evans Street nine rooms unfurnished Aiken co. Dial 3211 two bedroom Concrete House on old Timmonsville Highway. Running water no Bath. Per month. Phone 8432 or 3560. Tobin co. Dial 4271 unfurnished apartments 708-a s. Mcqueen House rooms completely private 1601 King ranch Type condition 6 rooms 2 Baths s65.00. 311 Lafayette Circle duplex apartment excellently arranged excellent location 6 rooms 114 Baths s75.00. 309-b Lafayette Circle upper 3 room apartment. 418 s. Coit floor 5 room apartment. 319-a s. Room apartment. 522-a Palmetto 5 rooms. 301 Timrod Park rooms hot air heat. 1107 Gregg room garage apartment. 118 Kuker 4 rooms. 107 e. Maple floor 3 rooms. 102 e. Cedar floor 4 rooms. 602 s. 3 rooms. Each of the above places has private Bath entrances water Heaters and every Home convenience. Furnished apartments 314 s. Coit St. First floor 3 rooms. Private Bath and entrances. Completely and conveniently arranged and furnished 311 s. Coit bedroom Kitchen and Bath. Heat and cold water included in fee lost Between Royall school and Greem Vay drive children s glasses in Case. Reward. Call 7698. Lost important papers. Finder please return or Call 8149 or 59u5. Mrs. Jack Tepper. 1125 Heath Erwood Circle. Reward. Westminster Church dedicates Ultra modern Structure today by Thelma Smith the combination of vision Fiji the and relentless Endeavor make Al things possible is is evidenced by the transformation of a wilderness into spiritual the 22h members of the West Minster presbyterian Church to be dedicated today have in two years opportunities weather facts Florence and pee de data from the United states Veather Bureau in Florence for he 24-hour period ending last ight. Temperature year year year a. P. Rain -0.02 year ago-0.11. Sunrise today Sunset Myrtle Beach tide a. P. Exclusive Dealership motor trucks exclusive Dealership available in this area Selling and servicing Ann major manufacturers Complete line of heavy duty motor trucks with j National advertising and accent Tance. We manufacture motor trucks either gasoline or diesel powered from 1 i ton capacity to 300 horsepower diesel. If must submit credit reference. Write Box c-12, morning news. For the. 24 hours ending fusion to rowing i 47 30 Washington Jan. 23 in us rainfall in., in tile Prin a. r.stat10n ii. L. 1 r. I. Bill 4h Louisville 41 19 Memphis 25 39 32 i l 37 .05mlnn-Stp 35 9 Mulvik 41 .1 5 month Niy 53 36 1 -17 n Oil cans 44 37 new York 2s i Norfolk 32 27 86 2-1 14 Phoenix 65 38 Cliar Lumc 17 31 pianos rent u you wish. A feature of our serv ice is the Opportunity we offer parents to rent pianos for their Chil Dren s first music lessons. Hollo any music House. 1g1 s. Dargati Telephone 3110. The new Mange Medicine. Pastor re Lief for red Mange fungus or your Money Back. At local stores. Gift. By w. H. 5-lost found found Havn your automobile or truck or to nil cab insured with us and in pc n wreck we arc at the Accident it mice. We protect you. Frank h. Barnwell co. Service station for lease by major Oil company id rally located phone 8203 51 36 32 12 Portland 14 0 29 9 25 Louis 42 13 a i w 32 san fran 58 50 Seattle 36 32 created a proud Monument to their Faith. Liis uniquely modern Church was the vision of the founder the late waiter d. Tyler or. In whose memory the session room of the Church is Derli cited. It was perhaps the vision of the and doubtless vision of the Church s Young pallor the Kev. James Tubbs. Who joined the Church in 1948. That vision will be come a reality today when Dedica Tion services Are held. There will lie open House most of the Day with special services scheduled for u. And p. But More than vision was needed. The congregation rapidly growing in number had to raise to building costs. Church Mem Bers helped with labor on the Structure that was built on an old Sand pit and once condemned piece of property on the second Loop Kond. The new Structure is Adja to a Frame building which was the first Westminster Church that building will now be used As an educational Plant for the Church. The new Westminster Church re tests careful planning and fore sight. While not elaborate it by Penis dignity and solidity. The panelling of the Pul pit the exposed beams and the apparently wide open front give it an ageless air and at the same time does not fail to blend with the modernistic Bullet spot lighting. The Sand faced Brick of Wainscot ing and two Interior Walls adds to the ageless Quality the slate Patio porch the Rock Maple pews the electrically oper ated Church Bells a movie project Tiomir cutout and the recessed Light ing these Are the things that whisper tomorrow is Here. The striking horizontal lines care fully uninterrupted even the but tresses being inverted on the exterior of the Church Are dramatically broken by the off Center 30 foot Tower which powerfully juts from the ground rutting through even the roof reaching to the by. High above the Church in which is enclosed the Bells that remind the congregation of the time and place of worship. This is Westminster Church upon whose unassuming Cornerstone is inscribed dedicated unto the Only Wise god our Knoxville 38 3ft Wasli ton u 13 so Louis ans Damp St. Louis. Jan. 23 Upu a break n a 36-Inch water main flooded a telephones Boom Over Darlington Darlington Jan. 953, the number of telephones in Darlington increased by More than 10 per cent according to figures released by j. L. Duffau manager for the Southern Bell Telephone co. The release showed that 245 new telephones were installed Here Dur ing the year bringing to tin total number in operation. The total is nearly times thu number of. Pre War times. Two Hock Square area in Northside a facials Point out that 30 Long Dis St. Louis today. Water in some j Tance circuits now carry Calls to i was As much As five feet and from Darlington three having1 deep. I been added during 1953. Remodel with Berov Tufel notice sealed bids will be publicly opened it a. M., e.s.t., february 9, 1954, in room 201 in the state office building 1001 main Street Columbia s. C., for the Purchase of one used Cadillac 3951 Imperial Sedan Model 7533. The Sedan is now in the Gover nor s service and is offered disposal under terms and conditions published in n notice with bid form that Tuny be obtained at the Bovo a dross. The Riihl is reserved to reject any and All bids and to Wivo technicalities. Ito Rrt King director stale purchasing division. Jan. 24 plumbing fixtures on display Here Pembroke both hem Bon inv Atory. Cadet Wontor Conot Roftis buys in Fine Plum hint fit Refl. Sturdily in Refl. Enav to clone. Non Chrome re i ump. Southern states Supply co. Heating and plumbing supplies 190 Sanborn St. Phone 8351 it spam is tie i unum switchboard controlling health Vidor notice to general contractors sealed bids will be received by the mayor and Council of the City of Florence South Carolina a. M., feb. 16, 1954, at the mayor s office in the City Hall Florence South Carolina for the alterations additions to the Florence City Hall including heating ventilation air conditioning plumbing and electrical. Plans and specifications and con act documents Are open for inspection at the office of Rufus d. Lewis jr., architect Florence s. 2., and May be secured from him upon the Deposit of Twenty five for each set. Deposit for one set of documents will be re funded in full to general contractors submitting a Bona fide bid and returning the documents in Good usable condition within ten Days after the bid opening. All other de Josits will be refunded less actual printing costs upon return of the documents in Good usable condition within ten Days after the bid open ing. Bid must be accompanied by a certified Check or bid Bond in an amount equal to of the bid. Successful bidder will be required to furnish Bond in the sum of 100% of the contract Price which shall be required to be purchased from a firm located in Florence s. No bid May be withdrawn after scheduled closing time for receipt of bids for a period of thirty 30 Days. The owner reserves the right to reject any and All bids and to award the Job in the Best interest of the owner. Rufus d. Lewis jr., architect Florence s. C., j. R. Schipman sr., mayor Florence s. C., b. Leland Mech. Elec. Engineer Charleston s. Business directory 21" table Model be television Morgan refrigeration service we give s ii Green Stamps 228 e. Evans phone 7224 Jack s refrigeration service dial 6648 Oil Heaters cleaned 715 West Palmetto Street Quick Loans on autos appliances. Dia monds watches radios combinations. Also unredeemed items or Sale. Harry finance company 188 e. Front St. Ace bedding co. G. W. Stokes owner renovate your old Cotton or old innerspring mattresses like new. We also make new Felt Cotton and innerspring mattresses pick up and deliver 906 East Cheves Street phone 6124 or 8566 openings for Young men openings for Young men to go in training and also open Ings with Opportunity for rapid advancement for cd men in grocery produce and meat departments to work progressive food Chain. All of the usual company fit such As insurance programs paid vacations Art available. Answer Core personnel manager Post office Box 564, Columbia s. C

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