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Florence Morning News (Newspaper) - July 10, 1955, Florence, South CarolinaPage 10-b the Florence morning news Florence. S. C. Sunday morning july 10, i9sb protestant jailed for sign on Church Rome july 9 three word sign Chiesa i is once the Center of controversy in Italy. After More than a year of Dis Pute Between police and leaders of the american supported Church of Christ Cline r. Paden o Brownfield and Lubbock tex., to Day was sentenced to 10 Days in jail and fined re affixing to his Church building in Kome after police Hac removed it. The sentence against Paden was pending an Appeal which was filed immediately. Paden one of a Small group of americans who came Here at the end of the War to establish the Church of Christ in Italy was found guilty of violating a police regulation. The Battle Over the sign began More than a year ago. Police re moved it the first time on feb. 13, 1954. Last March a Rome tribunal ruled that the Church of Christ in Rome had the right to practice and to affix signs upon its places of worship. It also said that the Church is protected by provisions of the ital Ian Constitution which guarantees religious Liberty to All Cults. Police however took he Alti tude that the sign. Like any sign Over a store or ship came under their authority. When Paden re placed the sign he was charged with violating police regulations. The Home tribunal decision signed by or. Giorgio Pecchiar lad declared that the Church sign not be considered a com non inscription similar to those Risling Over shows stores pro Inao ruled Watermelon Queen of the world miss Mary Ann Smirh Center shown with her court of Honor. Miss Robin Williamson left of Conway second place Winner and miss Jeanne Lowson of Sumter. Miss Smith is the daughter of or. And mrs. W. B. Smirh of Hampton. The winners each received a watch and other gifts. The annual event was held at Pageland july 7. Photo by Joe Azer Rock Hill Lias one amphibious Donald s a land Lover who has a Way with the Waves 3 Richard Erdman Jim Backus Myrna Hansen special attraction a gift from Dirk cartoon news is signal studios and commercial but three judges in the penal Section of the tribunal today con erred for 40 minutes before ruling n favor of the police and san ending Paden. Members of the Church of Christ Here had hailed the March Deci Sion in their favor As a great Vic tory. Today they were Uncertain and puzzled. Paden said i Don t know what it All Means at Mcleod infirmary admissions for july 8, 1955 mrs. J. C. Copeland jr., Flor j cute. Mrs. S. G. Lane Marion. Paul w. Dunn Dillon. Mrs. Donald e. Michie. Marion. I mrs. C. H. Edwards Florence. Charles 0. Nock Cheraw. Mrs. Maude Finch. Florence. David Johnson Effingham. Lula Mae Scipeo Florence. Evelyn Edwards Florence. Mary Elizabeth Burgess Lake City. Lla tie v. Fulmore Lake City. William j. Sarvis Tabor City dual drive in White Christmas in Vista vision Bing Crosby is1. C. Mrs. Abraham Funderburk society Hill. Mrs. Charles c. Bullock Tabor cily n. C. Mrs. Dovie Locklear. Dillon. James Caulder Florence. Discharges Jor july 8, 1955 mrs. J. P. Doolan Florence. Montague Perry Poston. Howard Lane Florence. Tommy Small Florence. Mrs. Walter Mudd Laurinburg n. C. Woodrow Watford Darlington. Mrs. T. L. O Neal Darlington. Mrs. Clarence c. Coates dil Lon. Mrs. James p. White Timmons Ville. Mrs. H. J. Marlowe Nichols. Mrs. John k. Brown Hartsville. E. J. Bolen Charleston. J Halma Koss and baby Flor ence. Get Leaf m l m i the tart at pc Stirt f Tonitte thru wed. Us 76 West 1st drive in run the ravaging hordes of stood a Warrior s might the Power of a woman s Jim Jovel the latest Francis hit shows today air conditioned now colonial Jeff Chandler Jack Palance Ludmilla Cherina Rita Cam As unlawful Cush stuck n.c., july 9 i Superior court judge Ches Ter mor Ris today ruled out Bingo at nag head. The Jurist ruled after a two and one half hour hearing in crowded Currituck courthouse that the 1949 legislation under which the Beach area Bingo was permitted was illegal because it granted privilege to a special group. Three nags head Bingo parlor were padlocked two weeks ago shortly after a fourth had been America s most enchanting Story set to music to str Centuria Fox Terry Moore Thelma Ritter regular prices Only 2 shows today . More pleasure tuna Clipper ship in cinemascope cartoon news today through wednesday Carolina air conditioned next Megek leagues under the sea Kirk Douglas now showing Circle news cartoon my a. Mighty spectacle of a City of Sinf the prodigal h color cinemascope Lana Turner Edmund Purdom Cawhern Wilh James Mitchell Neville Brand Walter Hampden Taina Tig Francis l Sullivan Joseph Wiseman j Sandra Descher r i closed voluntarily by its operator. Judge Morris said he hoped his ruling would be appealed so that he state supreme court could re verse his decision if it was incur one operator Al mater said he planned no Appeal. The others lid not comment. The judge ordered the Bingo equipment confiscated by the Sherff and said that uncashed winning Nickels held by players were Worth Ess and could not be redeemed or prizes. About 95 per cent of the Acci dental electrocutions in the United states kill males rather than females. State sow hits Back by popular Demund tobacco Road also Jesse James at Bey of Lumetto drive in theatre 1st drive in run Marlon Brando Academy award Winner on the waterfront comedy and cartoon statement of the condition of the Peoples Federal savings and loan association of Florence South Carolina at the close of business june 30, 1955 assets first mortgage real estate Loans. Our borrowers carefully selected Are repaying their Loans monthly Many including Loon taxes Home office building and equipment less depreciation expenses All expenses of operation have been charged off to Date Stock in Federal Home loan Bank this Stock ownership enables us to obtain funds if needed for Home financing and savings withdrawals. Present line of credit approved for u. S. Treasury Bonds. Those securities having different maturities Are really convertible into Cash All Bonds Are carried at Cost or Par whichever is lower Cash on hand and in Banks. Total liabilities and reserves capital this represents the savings of Over 3600 members which is insured Aea Iii st loss lip to per Rath account. Loans in process. General reserves and undivided profits. This surplus is a safety fund in addition to the Federal insurance of accounts it compares with the surplus of capitalized commercial Banks specific reserves. Other liabilities. Withholding taxes and due life insurance total none Money available at once for building buying refinancing and repairing no red tape easy payments prompt service Low interest rates interest reduced monthly Liberal prepayment privileges Deal with local people save today and re thankful tomorrow the Wise investor places his savings Here. Avn have met every lest and not a single dividend period has been missed since organization in important dollars Are the dollars you save and whether you have a loan or an insured savings account or both you save Money Here. Officers i Board of directors members of j c n r Cha e. Federal savings loan insurance n. H. vice president Claude w. Brown j. C. Kendall c. W. exec. Vice pros. Clias. E. Haso Dimi Troi Surit evict tar Moody ass. Treas nor Henry f. Parfian or. J i Hai Doo c. W. A sikh Willi of to. I. Clio Ticlad. Or. A. Wood ass. Your and Lee a idlers asst. Sci i i Lary Willi one of our officers. I. Ass. San Hary no obligation corporation Federal Home loan Bank system United states Sci and loan South unroll no stale building saving and loan league dividends paid or credited on All savings accounts through june 30, 1955 1937 total dividends paid f tic a civil is i. Of a institution is it Makos in the Propri Ity of its

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