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Florence Morning News (Newspaper) - July 5, 1957, Florence, South CarolinaFriday morning. July 5. 1957 Florence morning news. Florence s. C. Page deaths funerals mrs. Nancy Stevens Way. July mrs. Nancy skipper Stevens widow of the late George Stevens of the White Oak Section of lorry county died thursday the Home of her laughter. Mrs. Burris Porter of near , following an extended in Lull is. Funeral services will he held at it . Friday from the Cane Branch Baptist Church with the Kev. Donnie Stevens the Rev. Ominell Tyler and the Rev. A. D. officiating. Burial will follow in the Church Ceme Tery. Friends May Call at the Resi Dence until the hour of service. Mrs. Stevens was Horn in the Green sea Section of Horry county on feb. 28, 1b82, a daughter of the late Rev. John b. Anil Eliza Beth Holmes skipper. She was a member of Iho Good Hope Bap j list Church. Her husband died three years ago. Survivors include two sons John g. Stevens of Loris and George slovene of Charlotte pc. Six daughters. Mrs. Burris a Oinui Porter mrs. Harvey Gertrude Mishoe mrs. H. J. Maryi Tyler mrs. Jessie Eun ice Porter mrs. Pery Eula Mishoe mrs. Sherwood Irene Floyd All of near. one brother George c. Skipper of Florence 33 grandchildren and 7 great grandchildren. Why Jones of Wake Koreisl a. C. Or. Charles is a native of Flor ence and is manager of Charles Coal i Oil co. Survivors including the parents Are one sister Mary Elizabeth Charles and a brother John Mur Rell Charlesjr. All of Florence the maternal grandparents. Or. And mrs. H. B. of Winston Salem n. C. And the paternal grandparents or. And airs. H. G. Charles of Florence. Waters funeral Home is in charge of Firrman Gemenis. Dies in Texas Houston july or Hugh Roy Cullen fabulous oilman philanthropist who gave or pledged Over 100 million dollars to educational and charitable institutions. Mrs. Floyd Reed Cullen built his tremendous for tune despite having received Only a fifth Grade education. While he had written Cheeks for Only 50 to to million dollars. Cul Len s gifts included pledged future income from Oil properties Esti mated to exceed 100 million Dol Lars. Lake City july 4 mrs. His wealth has been estimated Floyd heed of Chester pa., for As Hish As 500 million dollars but Snerly of Lake City died in a All the Frank individualistic Oil Philadelphia Hospital wednesday Man would say was that he had afternoon after an extended ill-1given away 93 per cent of his for Ess. I tune Afir providing for his wife funeral services will be held family. In Lake City at a time to be Cullen s greatest single Ben fac announced later by Epps funeral Tor was the 13.000-student univer Home. I mrs. Reed was the former Rose 7.etta Kirby a late William a deported Gezo Paranyi wearing hat with his wife Anna and their two sons Are escorted to Paris bound american world airways plane by u. S. Immigration department official at new York International Airport for deportation. The hungarian family came to America in the refugee program last Decem Ber. Chicago immigration officials accused them of having been members of the communist party in Hungary and making false statements in applying for Haven in the United states. A prof fax Fri files show nothing on boy court takes away Georing painting Kirby. She mystery continues to surround a Misity of Houston where he was be a nameless youth arrested in Flor be sieved to have discouraged several Fence last monday on charges of daughter of the a suggestions to change the ins Titu i grand larceny and Minnie Wilks Tjon s name to Cullen University. Police Don t born and reared in Florence county moving to Chester. Pa., at the time of her marriage. She was a member of i the Baptist Church. Surviving Are her husband one Fister mrs. Bryant Cook of Lake City one half Sisler. Mrs. Samuel broach of Lake City five nieces. His University gifts exceeded 30 million dollars. Hurt child hit by Auto c. Roland Dennis brought Here City. July 4 funeral service for c. Roland Dennis. Lake City Florist who died wednes Day will be conducted at 5 p. In. Friday from the Lake City methodist Church by the Rev j. Ross Johnson the five. A. Brickie the Rev a. L. Wall and the Rev. Morgan Rogers. Burial directed by Brockington funeral Home will be in Lake City cemetery. Survivors include his widow mrs. Ola Cockfield Dennis a son Charles r. Or. Seneca a brother. Leroy. Scranton and three grandchildren. Pallbearers will be Karl Brown. pos Lon. Willie Cook. A. W. O Quinn. Leon Whiteheart. And the James. Know name. Where lie s from or How old he is. Cologne. Germany. July 4 a year old Edda Gutt i ing. Daughter of the late nazi h . Today was denied i title it a painting her a liver obtained As a gift on her i birth. The Cologne slate court ruled there were identification cards in Hal. The Cit a of Cologne. Whose the Bov s Wallet when he was pick. A la Vor the de up. Hewitt said and though Lac own r willing to talk the v o u t h Sois Vins Ullh Mother in Munich. Front and Darjean streets. Talk re were is a Penney bargain is always pm Khz he Quality come Friday and saturday give your budget the biggest break h Ever had Penney s july bargain Days the youth about 20. Sits in a j tinally changes his Hometown and Corner of his cell playing a har this stories. Still Uncertain whether the shirt Monica and waiting. According to a Check Wilh the Fri has pro i was stolen or not. The boy and det. Toi Ninie Hewitt he was a ulu Cwi nothing Hewitt said. Mils having been in the town re rested monday morning in pos-1 one clue a boy scout insignia gently. The detective said with a session of about Worth of on a shirt found in inc youths note of exasperation in his voice goods taken the weekend room names a North Carolina the Hwy added a new name yes from the army Navy store on town. Hewitt said but police Are verday Hewitt said. Miss Bessie Revell funeral services for miss bes Sie Revell 83. Will be conducted at 4 . Friday in the Waters funeral Home by Edward toward l. Byrd and the Rov. Silas h. Garrison. Burial will be in Keene Ler Baptist Church cemetery. Active bearers will he William a. Green. A. B. Revell a. K. Hostmeyer. In. .1. Revell. Or. W. R. Baker and Raymond g. Groover. Surviving Are three Sisters Lars. Elise k. Taylor. Mrs. L. C. Baker mrs. George Hoffmeyer Hoo Brothers. John Revell and t. H. Revell All of Florence. A three year old child was. I brought to Mcleod infirmary from Tabor City yesterday after being seriously injured when i struck by a car near there. J Dennis Gore son of or. And i mrs. Norman Gore of Knoxville tenn., was reported to be injured in both arms and legs and to be under observation for head injuries. Hospital officials classified his condition As the child s father said the Loci Dent occurred about a. M. J on m secondary Highway just out Side of Tabor City while the Young i Ster and his sister were playing near the Highway. The youth was carried to Mcleod s by his father after receiving emergency treat j Rilent in Tabor City. Gore said the family was visit i his parents in Tabor City Over j the holidays. The Driver of the car that struck the child stated the Accident was unavoidable. Gore said. He helped bring the child to Florence. Charles infant graveside services for David Keith Charles infant son of or. And mrs. John Murrell Charles. 611 Rosewood or. Will be conducted at in a. M. Friday by or. Melvin k. Medlock pastor of Central methodist Church. Burial will be in mount Hope cemetery. The Charles infant was born Early thursday morning in a local Hospital and died at 10 a. M. Mrs. Charles is the former Doro 4 go s banished from it. Jackson in sex perversion fort Jackson. July 4 w four it. Jackson soldiers All n e Groes. Have been Dis honorable Dis charged and Given prison sentences following a general court i Martin on charges of forcing in i natural sex acts on a Young White Soldier. A fifth Soldier. If year old Curtis i. Brandon faces Federal court trial on similar charges stemming from the Samp incident. Post authorities today identified the four As pvt. Kommit Dennis. Is. Of Ohio Frank Hurbert. 20. Of Birmingham. Ala Donald s. Moore. Is. And Arthur s. Hayes 18. Both of Washington. Do Fence stores tire Sale at less than Rayon prices phone before non for your Money later the same Day you select your own repayment plan i up to month la monthly Foyn Voll Mutual finance Thrift corporation of Florence 184 North Irby Street j-1576 Aiken and Ekson Camon Haiti Stoh Columbia Oke Envile Okan Setuko Hock Hill 3pakianbuio every Cordovan guaranteed in writing 30 months or Miles by every guaranteed in writing 30 months or Miles mounted free 20 Inch. 2 window fan Cool Dacron and Rayons Dacron and wools. 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