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Florence Morning News (Newspaper) - January 25, 1954, Florence, South CarolinaPage 10 the Florence morning news Florence s. C. Monday morning january 25, 1954 deaths and funerals Henry c. Stokes funeral services for Henry car Bon Stokes 61, were hold at 3 m. Sunday in the Stoudenmire Chapel by the Rev. E. E. Glenn Castor of Central methodist Church. Burial services were con ducted by Hampton masonic Lodge 104 in mount Hope cemetery. Or. Stokes died at a local hos Pital Early Falay morning from injuries received from an electric Taw while at work in his place of business. Or. Was born feb. 10, 1892, in Lee county a son the late Rembert Wilder and Millissa Northcutt Stokes. He was a re tired Atlantic coast line Railroad conductor and owner and opera Tor of the Stokes Cabinet shop. He was a resident of 105 s. Frank Lin drive. He was Secretary of Hampton masonic Lodge a Posi Tion which he had held for a num Ber of years a member of Omar Temple shrine the brotherhood of railway trainmen Central methodist Church and the Julian Pendergrass Bible class of the Church. He Home and Evans Watts of the j. S. Army and Home on leave two Brothers. John Ward and staf Ford Ward both of Dillon. Mrs. Ethel r. Pattillo funeral services for mrs. Ethel Randall Pattillo c5, wife of Urban Pattillo will be held monday at 4 p. M. At the first Baptist Church conducted by her pastor the Rev. E. L. Byrd and a former pastor or. E. E. Colvin. Burial will be in the mount Hope Ceme Tery. Pallbearers will be Hasell e. Creech Roy Graham a Cavell w. Humphries James d. Jones. J. W. Webb and c. R. Miller. The body will remain at Waters funeral Home until 3 p. M. Monday when t will be moved to the Church. Mrs. Pattillo died of a heart at tack saturday night at her Home 839 Congaree drive. She had Bee 1uxuj1. Surviving Are his widow mrs. Carrie Lou Westbury Stokes of Florence four sons Hazel u Stokes end Hoy k. Stokes both of Florence Dalton r. Stokes o Atlanta ga., j. Russell Stokes of Columbia two daughters mrs. B. D Jeffcoat of Overland Park kan., and miss Mary Joann Stokes of Columbia one sister vis. Nettie Hyatt _ of Bishopville seven grandchildren. Stoudenmire funeral Home was in charge of arrangements. Frank Mishoe Ivr Luns Jan. 24 Frank mis Hoe 65, died Early sunday morning at a local Hospital after several rears of failing health funeral services will be he d from the methodist Rehobeth Church tuesday at a. M. Thirey t. H. Patterson will officiate assisted by Saul Jordan. Burial will follow in Church Ceme May Cau at the Meares funeral Home until the hour of 8eheicwas the son of the late John and Annie Hope Mishoe of Horry he is survived by one son Rob Ert Mishoe one daughter mrs. Woodrow Johnson sister mrs. Joe Small and ten grandchildren. Abraham r. Shelley Mullins. Jan. 24 Abraham r. Shelley 62, died late last night at Mcleod infirmary. He had been in failing health for several years funeral services will be held from the pleasant View Baptist Church monday at 3 p. M. The Rev. Frank Fisher will officiate burial will follow in the Church cemetery. Survivors Are his widow mrs. A. R. Shelley three sons Clarence a r or. And Harry Wayne Shel Ley three daughters Katherine e s. Flora Mae Todd and Geral Dine Shelley Lour bothers. Dud Levi two Grantha weeks. Health for the past four born feb. 4, 1888 at Robinson near Union Point ga., she had ived in Florence for the past 38 years. At the time of her death he was a partner in the Pattil o printing company. A daughter of the late Henry c. And Katie h. Randall of Robinson ga., she was graduated from girls High school Atlanta a. Active in religious circles she lad taught sunday school for the past 35 years and was a member of the woman s missionary Union n addition to teaching at the first Baptist Church she also taught sunday school at the Westside mis icon sponsored by the Church. Surviving Are her husband or an Pattillo three sons the Rev. Urban r. Pattillo of Mobile ala., Jed w. Pattillo and George w. Pattillo both of Florence two daughters mrs. Frank Mitchell missionary to Chile and mrs. Wal or Barefoot of Georgetown two Brothers. Ned c. Randall of at Anta and Roy c. Randall of Chula Vista calif., and 12 grandchildren. George Hopes for Trade help by John Chadwick Washington Jan. 24 George a a said today he hoped Congress would agree to a three year Extension of the reciprocal Trade agreements program As recommended by the commis Sion on foreign economic policy. The 17-m Ember commission created by Congress last year turned in a Bulky controversial report yesterday recommending a Broad program to promote Freer world Trade. One of its key proposals was a three year Extension of the reciprocal Trade agreements act with authority for the president to lower existing Tariff rates As much As 5 per cent each year in negotiations with other nations. George senior Democrat on the Senate finance committee said u. S. Secretary of state John Foster dul Les talks to newsmen on arrival at Berlin s templehof Airport Jan. 22, after a flight rom Washington. He was the first of the big four foreign ministers to arrive for conference which opens today. A wire Holo via radio from Berlin time was top Factor in charges against sex red Povy says brass tax on Heaters Relief Bill goes gop readies lines for military critics Washington Jan. 24 assistant Secretary John a. Hannah said today the defense depart nent has planned for a Long time to take court martial or other action against returned War prison ers where their actions justified it. Ane he indicated in a radio to interview that it was the timing not the action itself which caused some consternation in the depart ment yesterday after the army s announcement of c o u r to martial charges against Cpl. Edward s. Dickenson of crackers neck a. Dickenson is the 23-year-old i who first decided to stay with the communists in changed his mind and came Home. The army charged him Friday night with unlawful dealings with the enemy and currying favor with his communist captors to the Detri ment of fellow prisoners. Friday also was the Day on which 21 other american soldiers who still have refused repatriation were supposed to have been declared civilians under terms of the korean armistice agreement. Refusal of the reds to take them Back into custody delayed that action and the army has held up its plans to discharge them. Maybe it would have been bet Korea then Hannah said to have waited a medical association clash on non service ills 2 Shelley Lour bothers Dud he was sure Congress would no a Tinct and Thurman Beni be o consider All the Corn i two Sisters. Angle Williamson recommendations Thi Mac Crantham and eight grand expressed Hope the e son of the late George Shelley of Horry and county where he was born. Mrs. Stella Watts Dillon Jan. 24 funeral serv ices forms. Stella Watts 56, who died to Marlboro county Hospital be held from the Church Rigod monday at p. M the Trev w r. Craven will officiate burial a Fol be in the Riverside c survive of Are her husband a. C. Watts two sons James Watis of Channel chatter stopping at a local furniture store the other Day we noted the Man had two television sets in opera Tion. The picture on one was Clear As a Bell the other a bit fuzzy and tended to fade out with Snow. We asked him the reason. The answer was expected one set was operating on a Standard Antenna the other was connected to the Cable. He did t know us so we posed the question what do you think of the Cable and Community to we got an interesting observation in reply. You he said it s pretty hard to Tell the difference in television reception just go ing from House to House. You Al ways find much better reception in the House that s connected to the Cable. But there Are so Many different kinds of television bets and each has its own Mer its and its own faults. But do like we have Here and i Don t care what make you use put two like sets Side by Side. Use stand Ard Antenna on one and the Cable on the other. That s when you the difference. And i can bet near perfect reception from almost any Channel on the set tied into the Cable when 1 can t get the Start of a picture on the other. I m sold on Community to folks it s words like those tha do our hearts Good. We know we have something. But we want oth ers to know it too. Like that Fumi Ture store Man you can have r look at Cable to in your own Home. For a s10 Good Faith Deposit Well connect you to the Cable for 1 10 Days. Watch television on the clearest picture in town for 10 Days. If you Aren t satisfied out comes the Cable. If you Are the Deposit will be applied to the Dow payment on your install ment fee. Tile balance can to paid Over a period of 12 months. And the monthly service charge is almost nominal. It s a Fine investment guaranteeing the finest in Home in Tern intent. Why not give us b Call today or better still drop out and have n look at our Plant our studios find see How to operate. Yii ii no always Welcome. Community to systems 1.w3 West Street Telephone my adv Citrus crop looks Fine Washington Jan. 24 ranges than the world has Ever Een Are going to be picked this ear the department of Agricula ure predicts. The world Citrus crop is expected to hit a new High of 429 million boxes in the 1953-54 season. Last Vear s record pick was 420 million rates. Tangerines and limes As Well As oranges Are setting new records while Grapefruit and Lemons Are approaching previous highs. The United states is expected to produce 90 per cent of the grape fruit 40 per cent of the Lemons nearly 40 per cent of the Tange Rines and 10 per cent of the limes. The predictions appear in the agriculture department s weekly foreign crops and rear but expressed Hope the Trade Greco cats program would be sex ended for three years. Washington Jan. 24 a Sharp difference of opinion on care of veterans with non service connected disabilities has cropped Between the medical advisory group of the veterans administration and the american medical Assn. Or. Derrick t. Vail of North Western University chairman of the medical advisory group said a should continue its present pol by of giving medical and Hospital Are where facilities Are available o such veterans when they Are unable to pay for private care. The american legion made his Public by circulating to its rehabilitation workers copies of a Etter or. Vail wrote nov. 27 to officers. In it. Or. Vail said the am a position is that veterans with ail ments not resulting from their ervice should seek treatment rom private physicians if they can Ford it and if they cannot should be treated by the Munici Pality county or state facilities to drive in theatre tuesday wednesday the quiet Man in technicolor John Wayne Maureen o Hara Wayne at his Best calling available and at the Cost of the Community and not the gov he especially criticized what he said was the Ama s stand that veterans with non service should be permitted such care until states and local communities arc Able to assume the Burden and that All other veterans with non service connected disabilities should be barred from a treat ment. Or. Vail said that if the Ama s policy As he described it was car ried out care of veterans with service connected disabilities would also suffer because a hospitals would have More trouble attracting physicians of High Caliper and research programs would be curtailed. We believe or. Vail said that the Veteran is a Citi zen particularly worthy of extra attention and special consideration regardless of whether his condition is due to service or non in filing charges against Dickon son until final disposition had been made of the cases of those 21. A psychological warfare official complained yesterday that the Dick Enson action would wreck any Chance the 21 would return. But an army official told ques zoning newsmen today that the action against Dickenson had to be taken when it was. Col. Nor Man Al. Public information officer for the military District of a Ashington. Said that otherwise Dickenson would have been Dis charged from the army and out Side military jurisdiction. At the time charges were filed. Dickenson was undergoing a final physical checkup at Walter Reed Hospital Here in preparation for is discharge. Mow officials took Nim into custody at the Hospital and he is being held there until it is decided whether he will be tried by court martial. After the army s announcement the Marine corps disclosed that it had established i Board of. Inquiry to investigate the Case of col. Frank h. Schwable who signed a false confession about engaging in germ warfare. He renounced the confession after his release in the prisoner Exchange. Hannah said the decision was made a Long time ago to take Puni Tive action against returned prison ers in cases where they embarrassed our country or some of their actions resulted in harsh treatment for some of their fellow he said the captives had never Columbia Jan. 21 tax Relief Bill gov. Byrnes vetoed last year has made another appearance in the general Assembly. Rep. Bradford of York and Many others have introduced anew a measure to reduce the motion Pic Ture theater tax. A similar Bill last year by Hep. Bachman of Lexington got to the governor As an act. Only to be vetoed on the grounds that it favored one group of taxpayers Only. Currently the state levies a tax on each seat in a movie theater the tax being scaled according to the population of the City in which the theater is located. Bradford s Bill would set up graduated License fee on each Thea Ter geared to the number of seats. The tax would have no relation to the size of the town in which the theater is located. In addition the rates proposed in the new Bill Are such that the theater tax Revenue would be re Cid cd. The tax commission has yet to report just How much the reduction would be if the measure should become Law. I Bachman s Bill last year was Al most identical. It would have reduced the movie Fay take by 90. Per cent the tax commission is i Tima cd at the time. J the Range of tuxes in the new Bill goes from s25 for a theater j with less than 250 seats up to s300 for a theater with More than seats. Washington Jan. 24 Eisenhower administration one of its top officials said today is ready to meet head on any criticism of its new concept Mili tar program. With military staff chiefs arrayed behind the president this official said that if the democrats want a fight on the Issue we will lick them hands Down in the forum of Public opinion. Involved in a proposed Cut of men in army manpower in the fiscal year beginning july 1, with a shift of emphasis from ground troops to air Power and new weapons. Sen. Gore who led an attack on this program in the sen ate last week said in an interview that he was speaking Only for him self and had consulted Only a Cou ple of other democrats. Gore said he wondered if by adopting a theory of massive the administration was t leaving the Road open to Small scale communist aggression. Chairman Saltonstall i mass of the Senate armed services committee said in a separate interview there is no such loophole in the new military plans. It is a sound program baser on the premise that we will pick our own place and time to fight if there must be he said. We will be just As Well prepared As we Ever have been to resist aggression Short of an All out service connected air strength seeks to push Vlad Mau killers into open Nairobi. Kenya. Jan. 24 British bombers Are driving a Shadow army of Mau Mau killers Tom Kenya s dense Bamboo for ests so ground forces can get at them. But authorities in this Trou bled Crown Colony see no Quick end to the anti White terrorism. They predict the bloody. 15 Lon i Long War which already has Cost the British More than 10 rail help them drive out All foreigners the asians As Well As 42.000 europeans. How deeply the Mau Mau have infiltrated other tribes the British Are unable to estimate. It would be Folly to suggest that an end to the Mau Mau fight is in sight. That depends on a change of heart on the part of the Kiku declared Brig. W. Gibson weather facts Florence and pee Dee data from the United states weather Bureau in Florence for the 24-hour period ending last night. Temperature year ago-66 year ago--43 mean 36 year a. P. Year Sunrise today Sunset Myrtle Earli tide . . Washington. Jan. 21 Muritu Sci i it of Ici Tipei it Ltd and rainfall for the 24 hours ending 8 . In the Iri Nepal Cotton growing areas Anil else where 11 i. Or. Station h. L. R. 31 22 1. Angeles 5y m .72 45 24 Louisville 45 33 .01 Hene promised promised immunity. Thoy and will receive fair and Friendly treatment he said and each Case will be considered individually. Linn dollars will last until Security forces bring in the Mau Mau s top d e d y a n Kin Athi who boasts the title Field marshal peace also depends on the shift ing loyalty of Kenya s 1 million kikuyu tribesmen who till the Fer tile Fields around Nairobi and have been subjected to unceasing Mau Mau pressure. The Man Mau want the number almost one fourth of Kenya s african pop Kenya s information director. Monday and tuesday blowing wild Gary Cooper Barbara Stanwyck w . 7 pm comedy and cartoon drive in theatre sunday and monday sunday monday the woman they almost lynched a super Western Ullh Joan Leslie John colonial last times today Dall John a Claiire cartoon musical features. Shorts 30 Man Warller station Atlanta All City Bir Ham ilits inn Buffalo cd Cooea Chicago Cincinnati Cleveland Den Sun 9 fm., Mon 7 pm k mighty musical Triumph tonight we Ezio Pinza Roberta Peters to David Wayne is Anne Bancroft f Isaac Stern dual drive in monday and tuesday Darlington Highway prefer 51 41 i Moines 21 8 Detroit 27 Duluth 16 h i so -14 Galveston g5 47 Houston 72 41 ind to a 39 29 .02s Jack vile 52 Seattle Monts my 52 38 Montreal 2fi -2 n Orleans 67 41 a Tiv York 3fi Norfolk 40 31 i Hila 3-t 26 Phoenix 69 Kan City 36 23 key West 81 6fi Knoxville 50 33 pit Shurr 51 26 Portland 30 12 Ric Limoll 21 .s3 St. Louis 42 31 .07 san Ennio 70 san fran 48 41 50 37 3.t 30 Tampa Wash ton Wilm ton 73 49 36 25 state now showing double feature 7he hot timing stand it fort Union Murphy they re Jet jockeys now Bright Leaf drive in theatre us 76 West sunday and monday sunday monday the first motion picture in i cinemascope i Vou sea Clowes j Zoth Century Fox presents the greatest Story of love Faith and overwhelming spectacle Ever brought to the screen 6 Days Only Jan. 27, 28, 29, 30 feb. 1 2 3d l shows daily 8 p. M. Center theatre Hartsville s. C. L Lincoln i theatre monday and tuesday big double feature phone 9256 Rock Hudson Barb Alhalel Anthon Quinn Richard Carlson also Anthony Dexter in the brigand 2 and hours of real entertainment top stars cast of hundreds in my a s great outdoor color drama flame haired Beauty who loves and lies William Demarest Richard Anderson Polly Bergen More pleasure color cartoon news last times today Talpt Nehm m Ansco color show opens Fra Turaj Carolina sneak revue attraction tonight attend the last showing of Escari k from a out Kavo starting at and he our guest free at the showing of in outstanding attraction which will Piny the Carolina within the near future. The that s our secret

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