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Florence Morning News (Newspaper) - January 31, 1954, Florence, South CarolinaSunday morning january 31, 1954 fhe Florence morning news Florence s. C. Fob by atom spy attorney Emanuel Lochies new York Jan. 30 Emanuel h. Bloch who led the Long bitter and futile defense of atom spies Julius and Ethel Rosen Berg was found dead today in his Manhattan apartment. A medical examiner said death tvs apparently due to natural causes although a routine autopsy was ordered tomorrow since the death was unattended. A Friend Dis covered the body alter Bloch had spent the night alone. At the time of his death the after effects of his biggest Case had left the threat of disbarment Pend ing against the Stocky grading 52 year old lawyer. Proceedings had been brought by the state bar association for his denouncement of president Eisen Hower and other government officials who refused to stay the executions of the Rosenbergs last june id. Gloria Agrin an attorney who Laid she attended the theater with Bloch and two other friends last night discovered the body after Telephone Calls brought no response from the apartment. Bloch no often in his career found himself pleading cases involving civil rights and occasion ally defended so called left Wing represented the Rosenbergs throughout the litigation that pre ceded their deaths. He saw four scheduled execution dates pass be fore the Case was finally closed. Bloch was appointed guardian for the two sons of the atom spies ind remained until his death. His involvement in the Case later deaths elsewhere mrs. Marie Hammond Parker 69, Secretary of the Edgefield county historical society and a Jiember of the society of Charles ton at Aiken. Or. Hiram Lee Large 63, senior member of the North Carolina Board of health at Rocky mount . John Murray Anderson 67, pro Ducer of the current Broadway his musical almanac and ear Lier hits As life begins at the Zigfield Fol Lifs of 1334, 1936, and 1943, at new York. Or. Robert e. Lincoln 54, who came into prominence when the late sen. Charles w. Tobey a no inserted in the rec Ord a statement that his son Charlesjr. Had been cured of lung cancer by or. Lincoln s treat ment at Medford mass. Mrs. Sarah Van Orden 107, who last year said she was weary and wanted to go Home to god at Paterson. . Granite o High Fatooh of age Only be finest of Hitt unite Thok i for Rock of jaw family . W Wiy Rock at act Craft inn can produce Tuch it Lite do Tim and Tuch Tytrom polish no surfaces and Tor Twatt Lenon Rock of Monument fun Tymec to you your heirs or it Cox anti. Claude w. Brown memorials led to his denouncement of presi Dent Eisenhower and other govern ment officials who refused to stay the executions. Disbarment proceedings were begun against Bloch on Jan. 19. The next Day he announced his in Tention of fighting the action. The new York City bar Assn. Went into the appellate division of state supreme court to accuse Bloch of conduct unbecoming lawyer. The association said its action was based on Bloch s statement at the Graves of the Rosenbergs i place the murder of the Rosenbergs at the door of president Eisenhower or. Attorney Gener Al Brownell and Fri director j. Edgar Hoover. They did not pull the switch True but they directed the one who did pull the chemical firm maps expansion in Spartanburg Spartanburg Jan. 30 w the Pittsburgh Coke and chemical co. And the Spartanburg county planning and development com Mission today announced the com Pany s plans for a Long Range Industrial development program near Here. W. Kenneth Menke vice presi Dent of Pittsburgh Coke said the company will manufacture Chemi cals at the 150 acre site which will become Southern Headquarters and National sales offices for its Fine chemicals division. Construction will get under Way in the near future on a Laboratory office and warehouse on the Plant site located five Miles West of Spartanburg on . High Way 176. Pittsburgh Coke s Fine chemicals division maintains Ware House and sales facilities in pills hit ugh. Philadelphia Providence r.i., and Charlotte . Thomas b. Pea co jr., chairman of the county development commis Sion said the company is the first major chemical manufacturer to establish a Plant in the Piedmont Carolines. He hailed the Choice of spartan Burg county As the beginning of a new chemical Industrial family that will. Contribute much to the Gen eral Progress of the Pittsburgh Coke s Fine chemicals division manufactures vat dyestuffs or textile and Allied industries at to main Plant in Pittsburgh. Menke said Spartanburg was selected As the company s new South Ern Headquarters largely because of the area s natural advantages. Virgil Galloway gets s. C. Post Washington Jan. 30 Virgil Salloway of Lydia Darlington county is among those named to uie South Carolina agricultural stabilization and conservation committee. The appointment made by the department of agriculture was announced today through the office of Hep. W. Bryan Dorn. Other members of the Palmetto committee Are Ben Boatwright of Johnson chairman and James d. Lambright of Clover. This Marks the first time that Jie pee Dee area has been re presented in the appointment of ask committeemen. Galloway past president of the Darlington county farm bureaus an extensive Farmer. The population of Stockholm Sweden increased about in 1953 to 722.000. Ventu Lite custom venetian blinds aluminium awnings Bamboo match stick Draper and Roll tips sales service laundering special on cleaning dial 7024 Utsey s 5 Polonti Florence Why select a member of Nam National selected morticians is an International association of fun Rel directors of High ideals ethical practice and business integrity. To by a member of this organization exacting standards Are required. Some of these Complete modern funeral establishment a reputation for honest fair dealing und Prith within Range of All proper technical and training t and financial responsibility our membership in Nam and our of experience in your Community is your non Trunce of dependable services. Dial 6311 atm bar Nationn of Ltd Murli Fiat Waters funeral Home "60 years of service 400 South Dargon Elizabeth n. J., Jan. 30 Harry Black s three Good looking daughters were married at the same time today in a triple Cere Mony at St. Mark s lutheran Church. Dressed in gorgeous while Nylon Ulle and lace gowns Florence Doris and Betty Black of Roselle swept Down the aisle with their bridegrooms and All six stood in a Row lacing the altar. A single ceremony was read by the Rev. Godfrey k Pas or of St. Mark s Church in Lin Den. But each Bride and bridegroom repeated the vows separately. The Church was crowded with ome 500 relatives and friends most of whom went from the Church to a reception at the a Godfrey s ferry Bridge across the pee 17 feet has become inadequate to handle the Dee River near Johnsonville is being replaced increasing volume of Beach resort traffic High by a modern Structure. The old Way officials said Bridge with a Roadway Width of Only photo Courtesy . Highway dept pee Dee River work progresses luf on hew Godfrey s ferry Bridge by staff Johnsonville writer Jan. 30 work is going Forward rapidly on the construction of a new Bridge Over the tee Dee River at god Frey s ferry near Here. The Bridge is used by thousands of South carolinians every sum Mer on a direct route from mid state to the coastal beaches. The new Bridge which will Cost approximately in contract work will replace the narrow Tim Ber and steel Structure. The present Bridge the Road Way Width of w Nich is Only 17 feel constructed in 1925 by mar Ion and Florence counties. Said the new Bridge will provide a Roadway Width of 26 feet with 18-Inch safety walks. The Structure will be of reinforced Concrete and structural steel with out any overhead steel members. Officials say it is the most modern Highway department design. Construction of the Bridge has seen divided into three main con Earth graded approaches on the Marion Side the forced Concrete approach spans and the reinforced Concrete and structural steel main spans. A fourth contract will be awarded later for surfacing the Earth traded approaches. At present driving of piles is in Iro Gross for the reinforced con Crete approach. The main spans of the new Bridge total 572 feet bringing the Over All length to feet. Thi present crossing is 4.663 feet Long. Officials say the main Span of he old Bridge a 250-foot steel through the longest single steel Span of this Type in South Carolina. It extends from Concrete food dealers set supper at Sumter Cades Jan. 30 the South Carolina food dealers Assn. Will meet in Sumter on feb. 9, h. Hap Palmer executive Secretary announced Here today. Palmer said the meeting will be at 8 . And will be held at rank s restaurant on the surn Merton Road. Pointing out that every retailer and jobber is invited to attend in said the supper will be served free compliments of Palmetto Bek no co. Bottled Gas fast economical for cooking hooting refrigeration water heating. I for service Call Peoples Gas co. Agents Florence Darlington piers of one Bank of the River to the other. The remainder of the old Bridge is Limber trestle work. Officials say it is subject to dam age by debris during High water and is also subject to damage by fire. Fur cud Concrete and structural steel main spans on a Low bid of of special interest in the con officials said increasing the length of the main spans of the new Bridge to 572 feet will extend this part of the new Structure much farther from the Banks of the River thus decreasing the danger from Large Trees borne by flood Waters. The actual main spans will be of continuous steel girder construction two 120-foot spans in the Middle and two 105 foot Spand on i each end. These spans will be ported by five reinforced Concrete piers. Included in the contract for the main spans Are three 40-foot reinforced Concrete spans. Two of these will be on the Florence Side and the third on the Marion Side. The contractor for the main spans Start on the Florence Side building two 40-foot reinforced conc rate spans. Spotts and co. Of Snowberry the contract for the Earth graded approaches for the new Bridge on a Low bid of s80.543. To. Striction is the fact that the use o bulk Cement on a Large scale is being tried for tile first Lime in South Carolina. Single rites separate vows 3 Sisters wed in triple ceremony sonic Temple Here. The whole ceremony took about 20 minutes. When the girls first became engaged they planned weddings spread Over a period of five months. But that seemed like too much excitement Over Loo Long a period. To make things easier and per haps save Wear and tear on their father Harry t. Black of Roselle they consolidated the weddings. Betty 23, married Walter g. Felauer of cart ret. They both work for Public service electric and Gas co. Here. Doris 21, wed Richard j. Lynch who works for his brother at the Union Auto top co. In Union. She works for an automobile Agency. The youngest girl 19-year-o 1 d Florence a clerk at Elizabeth Gen eral Hospital married Edward Blicharz an East Orange Automo bile Mechanic. Their father who surely would be forgiven for heaving a sigh of Relief when the wedding March rang out is chief of the fire department at Esso Standard Oil co s Bayway refinery in Linden. Mexico Corn loaded Mexico City Jan. 30 government food subsidy Agency reports that the new Corn crop is so heavy that it has to be St nerd in churches and movie houses. Mexico generally has to import Corn from the United states but appears Likely to be Able to Supply All her own needs this year. Cotton beaters to take look at textile Industry Clem son Jan. 30 of producers of raw Cotton will take a firsthand look next week tit operations of their biggest customer the u. S. Textile Industry. The three Day tour of textile Mants is the first of its kind officially sponsored by the textile Industry s Central Trade organization forty representatives from the a ious Olton Belt areas of 1he South Southwest and far West will be tre Industry s guests beginning wednesday. Visits Are scheduled at plants in the Clemson Vicinity including Excelsior Mills manufacturers of syn thetic tire Cord and cd Capers materials Utica and Mohawk Mills. I Cotton manufacturing division of j. P. Stevens co. Excelsior Wool finishing Plant Gerrish Mil liken Mills processors of synthetics and Owens orning fiberglas corp. Plant. The group will also tour Clemson College s textile school Cotton re search laboratories of the u. S. Department of agriculture and the Cotton fiber testing laboratories maintained at Clemson by the american Cotton manufacturers Institute. The program includes discussions of textile operations and of prob lems Mutual to producers and the Mills. Among the Ami officials who will participate Are h. K. Hal Lett of Charlotte. ., president Craig Smith of Sylacauga ala., first vice president Ellison s. Mckissick of Easley ., past presi Dent and r. C. Jackson of washing ton executive vice president. Marine corps helicopter flown by maj. G. W. Cox of Cherry Point , is shown As it lifts a shelter made of a wooden Frame with plastic covering off the ground. The shelter built at North Carolina state College s school of de sign could be used for mess Halls offices chapels and other military uses and transported by copter to one site to another quickly. A photo Chesapeake Oyster Teeth brings Pride hot false to Chesky by Arthur Edson Washington Jan. 30 George Chesky is a proud Man now. Lie s convinced that thanks o a Homes trading oysters his Long lost store Teeth have become a scientific curiosity in the smithsonian institution. Smithsonian officials on the other hand arc positive they Don t have Chesky s Teeth. But they admit they can t answer this ques Tion if those Aren t Chesky s Teeth whose Teeth Are they 11 All Botfan last sunday while Chr sky was Reading the washing ton . There was a Story on although no Mollusk Man him self Chesky needed but a look to become interested. My he cried. Chesky immediately yanked out his present set his wife joining him in this scientific in it with the Pic Aliesky Turc tooth for tooth. No doubt about Wannamaker and Wells inc. Of Molly pcs. And the illustrations included pictures of Tho housing Orangeburg has the contract for the reinforced Concrete approaches on n Low bid of and Rob a itself the bowl if a pipi1. A Ert e. Lee and co., inc., of Man Chesapeake Bay Oyster and settled Ning has the contract for the Down in a set of false Teeth. Said they re mine. My wife agrees with fifteen years ago Chesky said he and two companions went fish ing in Chesapeake Bay. The fish weren t nibbling so they went swimming instead. In the course of horsing around out popped Chesky s Teeth and Down they Sank to an Oyster bed 30 feet below. Habits of oysters. One and attached j Chesky a Spray Painter who has worn false Teeth for 22 of his 43 years fondly recalls his lost Teeth. They were the Best press of n. C. Is challenged to form new code of ethics Durham. Jan. 30 press of North Carolina was challenged to work out a new code of ethics Here last night at the group s annual award meeting at Duke University. Weimer Jones president of the n. C. Press Assn. And editor publisher of the of Naklin press received a standing ovation during Bis remarks in which to told the newsmen that they lost the Battle Over the secrecy Law of the 1053 legislature because they lost the people s Confidence. Jones called for two Steps in the newspaper direction of increased 1. At Tiko dinners we Jive recognition to technical excellence in writing and photog Raphy. 1 Pujji St to go ii step further and offer awards for out standing performance in the Field 2. "1 propose that n group up of the finest Ler Ami the Best brains we can find in Ortli Carolina be asked to assume the task of working out a Brond state Muni of journalistic principles to fit Thi hard problems Yon and face in today s Complex and con fusing practical san menu in not Only enunciating a code of journalistic responsibility but de limiting for us these vague areas where none of us is Ever quite sure where responsibility ends and in responsibility endorsing Tho association s stand against the secrecy Law Jones fir Fin red in n few Mir Row areas son cry about Public affairs is wrong. H is our Job As Good to Sre that those iniquitous secrecy inns Are we must keep fighting until they but that alone is not we lost a Battle in Raleigh last Spring. We lost it because we had t kept our powder dry. Most of us Are agreed that we could and would have won if the people had been willing to fight. And most of us Are agreed that the reason the people were apathetic was that they just did t believe us when we told them it was their fight. Why have we lost the people s Confidence let s be honest with ourselves. Jan t it because news papers As a class too often Hnyp of reliability in their news columns but put their emphasis on other Cira malic and the Clover phrase permitted the desire for Speed to interfere with accuracy and Coc sureness to stand in the Way of real objectivity for gotten responsibility in uie. Intoxication of reportorial in t it because we have been courageous on our editorial pages Indochina or Africa but care Tho. Cause of Freedom in indo China or Africa but care fully straddling controversial is sues near Home the people Are not fools. They have sensed these things. But fortunately because they Are not fools we can regain their Confidence. All we have to do is deserve i covet for the newspapers of North Carolina the distinction of taking the Lead in a movement t Ward the building of a press so reliable so courageous so honest that it will command the Confidence of the Gas 5 for 51.44 free gifts super a South Irby Street Cannon Bath towels lollypops Candy bars we make real estate Loans for installation of that Row water and bathroom or us pm your National finance corp 212 North Dargart Oral 7159 he said. Cost 320 Bucks a lot of Money in those Chesky is perfectly willing to Lei the smithsonian have the Teeth but he does think it would be Nice if the has a Nice copy of store bought Teeth worn by Theodore also acknowledged who originally owned the Oyster s Teeth. Tin s the smithsonian does not propose to do. Harold a. Render curator of the Mollusk division says his records show the Teeth were dredged up in 1898, or 13 years before Chesky was born. Incidentally Lehder says it in t at All unusual for oysters to attach themselves to some common article. The Young Oyster swims said ready to grow on any thing solid it can Anchor to. They often Are found on old but this is the Only Oyster the smithsonian Hay with Teeth. All of which leaves Chesky unimpressed. The smithsonian boys May know their molluscs but he snows his molars. I d bet a week s he said that those Are my Teeth Hemingway adding Way lights Hemingway Jan. 30 four business blocks of Hemingway will be lined up with new Mer White Way lights soon. The announcement was made by mayor Sanjoe Haselden Fol lowing a meeting of the town Council. He said a contract for the lights has been Given to the Carolina Power and Light co of Kingstree. The mayor added that the town is also interested in extending its water Mains and that bids Are being received in this connection. He said the main objective is to provide ample water Supply and fire Protection. On All items paid with Cash Murray Mitchell Tosira East would be a pvt a distinguished character of our service wins Ina approval of jul Alliy my Jet people. Our personal Olle Darice on Weir special require ments measures up o whal our rep Lalion Fiat led them to expect our wide Colca Raos Naoia prices meets Frio needs or Torsnes of a if u n e Iwuh 0 Al St vice phone 5751 Florence

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