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Florence Morning News (Newspaper) - July 1, 1955, Florence, South CarolinaFuday morning july 1, 1955 the Florence morning news Florence s. C. Page 1w deaths and funerals Thomas White Cheraw june 30 special Thomas White 42, died Early yesterday at the Home of his sister . Henry Parker on Kershaw Street. Son of the late Richmond r. And Eliza Ann Brewer White he was Horn and reared in Marlboro county. He had lived in Cheraw for the last 20 years except for the time he spent in service in die United states army during world War ii. Funeral services will be at p. M. Thursday at Redfearn funeral Home with the Rev. Mar Ion Iseman officiating. Burial will surviving Are two Sisters mrs. Parker of Cheraw and mrs. Law rence Lee of Benny Alsville. And one brother Vander White of bennets Ville. Be in new Hope Marlboro county. Cemetery in Norman Douglas Ellis Martin june 30 Norman Douglas Ellis 64, father of or. Norman Douglas Ellis or. Of Flor ence died yesterday morn no at his Plantation in Allendale county supervising packing of watermelons. Funeral services will be at 4 p. M. Thursday at the lower three runs Baptist Church near Martin with the Rev. R. D. Parkinson a former pastor officiating. Burial will be in Furse cemetery. Peron seen seeking end to Catholic Church feud by Sam Summerlin Buenos Aires Argentina june 30 were signs to Day that president Juan d. Peron to s to Patch up his eight a feud with the roman Church. Pron s indicated reversal of policy Loward the Church is re ported to have Sel in since the 16 naval air revolt against june him. Inet in a government reshuffle. Borlenghi Long a close adviser to Peron was one of the chief engineers of the Anli Church Campaign. The newspaper Clarin said Bor icing i s undersecretary Abraham Kri Slavin also has resigned. Informed sources said Oscar Al brie a per nista Deputy in con Gress would be Borlenghi s Suc Cessor. The government today an i j v u a bounced that the 4th Marine ba1 a report circulated by High and he 3rd naval somatic and government sources. Dron which ii Sarea in said a special emissary is coming i been Disso Here from the Vatican. Another report from diplomatic air the solved. Another Repon irom Mph Otsui t n in sources said president Peron i 0 do ii Pope Pius Xii a message of Felici i Talion yesterday on the occasion of ii the St. Paul and St. Peter feast j Day. But neither of these reports would be confirmed at Vatican City. The Vatican denied that a special Delegate is being sent to Buenos Aires to work out a peace settlement with the Peron govern ment. Vatican sources said msgr. Mario Zanin papal Nuncio Here has authority to make any Diplo Matic contacts with the Argentine government that might be Neces sary. The Vatican said it knew nothing whatsoever of the re ported Peron greeting. The Argen Tine embassy in Rome also said it had not forwarded such a Mes Sage. Bolstering the theories that 30 Phila Delphia Quaker Leader said today the russians Are planning to build a Chain of american style super markets and Are gelling some american know How to do it. Clarence Pickett Secretary emeritus of the american friends service c Omillee outlined the idea. Pickett is a member of a group winding up a month s tour of the soviet Union. He said one delegation Mem Ber Wroe Alderson a Philadelphia marketing expert had a Long con Ference yesterday with food ministry officials the director of the big gum Dopart Mcnol store and other retailers. Pickett said they discussed the setting up and opera Tion of a supermarket Chain. Munic ated on june 16, a few hours before the bombing of government House Here by naval planes. Sev Jeral Catholic churches in Down i Washington june 30 Pep town Buenos Aires were burned a Calif has introduced and looted by mobs after the fight to Issue a commission wants promotion ing had stopped. Major general to the late col. The Vatican position apparently j William Mitchell. It would Date was that the nos death in 103g. For itself at j Wilson said the Pioneer adv bolstering the the Rios of air Power died with the Peron May be seeking a truce Wasj annl of colonel although he Tern the fact that Angel Gabriel head the rank of brigadier Flenghi formerly the powerful min Osier of Interior and Justice is the first to be dropped from the cab general for a period of his service As assistant chief of the army air service in the 1920s. Disenchanted track bettor seeks refund by Arthur Everett the lawyer contends that Sinco new York june 30 new York has had a Law Aiello is easily a tried away and Section that provides anyone she s a hard loser. Thus it came who loses a bet May sue and to pats today that she struck a determined wow or that Saddest re cover same. In 1910. When uie present Pari a a Breeds the hopeless horse jmut.ue-1 Law was enacted Bosco player. Nothing is done about on her first i it to a race Section 99-1. So to argues hot monday the is year old Bru that in still is in Force and takes Nette Drc Sis buyer dropped a precedence Over the 1910 statute.-. S-125 to be on the. Pipirs at Aqueduct. This Marie to firmly determined to Paula flip. Limit her bets to s2 a race. "1 lost every Wager s4ie mourned. So today her Inver filed a i Ike Many a Horsup a supreme court suit the track operators the Queen be Are her she started deeper deeper. After or Law ver " Nils suit affects everyone who said or has made a i Idy bets or has bet on horses. If it is of the relating to horse racing successful everyone who lost and he figured this was a Good Money on a horse race can re of Importunity us Tost the pan Mutual cover his Ilaw. _ u. S. Trade to latin America Falls As red Trade advances by a. I. Goldberg United nations. . June 30 and Euroia. Including soviet Moc arc Cut into Trade with latin America by lower prices and easier credit terms a u. N. Report disclosed today. Soviet bloc trading was sharply on the upgrade it said. A Rivir a of inn economies for was made Lic hero in Advance of lie meet ing of the . I it Inmei com i Ison for ill 29 in s a Aii Utu i is a Shihi win a Inri 8 -1 cell i .i.vi. 1. Sluti i i nov. Ill i i . A Rul. U Fri lil i r i la Lii or i the i. Lie of i i i a in rutted i W.I--. Higher Iho in Bement. Hut inc a Lii .1 i of r r. I i Aid Nve in Chr lie Al. n i of their pre v Mon. It born ii in Rrt i the la Micro s. Per Iii and of f Poan Stork equal a those the United states. The United slates aug was loing ground in Vohid cles. Not Only Neil apr but also to Japan. For 19s4 wore not but the Ceni insist it to estimated Ilic trend Ron Incus. To Amor of Iii h the . Paper Limber in in u our ii in two hoc of state in by 4 i r die .1 a n r. Ii1 a i. A a .1 .1 m .1 of r jut pm i i. a in in number Tail of William dial Bennettsville june 30 Illiam dial 80 died yesterday of Ning at a Florence Hospital Ter several years of declining he was the son of the Peter d Elizabeth Carter dial of North Rolina. He was a resident Ofenheim Section where he spent Ost of his life. Surviving Are three daughters sons and a sister. German commies attack Dulles Berlin. June 30 East German communist regime to night issued a statement attacking u. S. Secretary of state Dulles As a plotter against German Unity. The government committee on German Unity headed by Deputy prime minister Hans Loch asserted in the statement that. The incessant plots against the peace Ful reunification of the committee demanded that funeral services be at the plans for rearming West Germany me at 5 p. M. Thursday. Burial u to in Sunset memorial Park be scrapped. It said Only a Neu Stilley Joseph m. Falls Harold Cush inn and Sidney Floyd. E Hev. H. F. Bmith his pastor All european system of collective honorary pallbearers will be at trial unoccupied Germany in an funeral for state senator Thompson scheduled today in Conway Church Conway june 30 funeral services for stale sen. Frank a. Thompson who died at his Home wednesday afternoon after an a ices of several years will be at 0 a. M. Today at the Conway methodist Church with Pic Rev. Whole activity of Ca Asiu of Underwood associate pastor . Burial will be in the air Side cemetery. Active pallbearers will be Billy Andersen. Wilson Webb Gene Owis Edward m. Singleton. W. A. Olina Senate and House of representatives trustees and stewards of Hie Conway methodist Church the Horry county bar association and the following Horn county officers r. B. Nyc l. D. Mag Rulh or. H. B. Holmes or. P. E. Sas scr or. Catheart Sylbi t. B. 1 be in charge. Security could promote peace i Memling members of the South car Ludlam h. Table vast rep. Henry Lee Buck rep. Lloyd Bell and rep. Ralph Ellis. Also Carl sessions h. G. Cush Man Paul Quattlebaum or. J. T. Utile dec or. E. P. Walsh and1 Bill Davis. Sen. Thompson son of the late a. C. And Julta Vereen Thompson born at Little River on March 5, 1895, moving to Conway in 1900 when he was five years old. He was graduated from the old Burrough High school Wofford fitting school and attended of Ford cold Etc. His study of Law Wax done at the University of South Carolina. He volunteered for serv ice in world War i and was Dis charged As a lieutenant having been commissioned in service. In High school he was chosen president of his class and literary society in prep school president of the student body at College the Law school association. Soon after his location in mul Luis where he opened a Law office he became president of the Cham Berol com Mcrae. He also served As a member from Marion county on the state democratic executive committee. Later he represented Marion county Fco terms in the legislature serving twice during that period on the free conference committee. At Trio time of his death he was serving his second term As the Horry member of the state demo cratic executive committee. Sea test s h e b r e t pints 55c Blue ribbon Rice 3 in. Cello 49c Marcal pastel napkins 10c save for that vacation by shopping the modern Way opened closed All Day monday wednesday july 4th july 6th Marcal aluminium foil 27c 12 of can Niblet Corn 2 for 33c taste Vienna sausage 3 for 29c potted meat 5c can Green giant peas 2 cans 35c puss and boots cat food 3 cans 29c Angulas marshmallows 35c Gerber s baby food 3 jars 29c Snowdrift 3 in. Can 79c Marigold Oleo 19c la. Pearce hams half or whole la. 53c baby beef liver la. 49c Balentine Frank with Emblem 35c Grade a turkeys in. 39c spiced lunch meat 39c in. Ham and cheese 6 of. Pkg. 33c boiled Ham i in. 59c old dutch Cleanser 2 cans 25c planters peanuts vac tin 7% of. 37c Dukes Mayonnaise 33c it. Vesper Tea in. Pkg. 25c Garden fresh firm Home grown 2 ibs. Tomatoes 19c local dozen 39c peas 2 ibs. 15c ice cold watermelons instant Maxwell House Coffee s la. 6 of. Jor l i. Miracle whip salad dressing pint 25 liner 2 pkg. For starch 29c Wesson Oil quart Silver dust Large size giant size 25c 49c

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