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Florence Morning News (Newspaper) - July 14, 1957, Florence, South CarolinaPage 2-a the Florence morning news Florence. S. C. Sunday morning july 14, 1957 City launching hew system of trash garbage pickup the City launches a new trash Lection regulations which state be in the near he Sai garbage collection system monday City manager Aaron Marsh announced yesterday. New routing for garbage trucks have been devised by the Sanita Tion division of the Public works dept., the City health Dent and officials of the state health dept. Marsh said several Days will be needed to effect file change and asked Public cooperation during the inauguration of the new sys tem. Trash collections will Aho be Marsh said. Pick up vice for Small piles of trash will be discontinued he said and the City Hopes to have within the near future regular scheduled routing of trash collection. While the City has a Short age of trash Trues equipment under the new plan regular pickup service will be made every 10 Days. Before the plan collections were on no schedule. Marsh also mentioned trash col that trash must be put in piles in front of the residence Between the sidewalk and Street or Gutter not in the Gutter or on the parkways Between double Lane streets. An ordinance prohibiting trash m lie Gutter or parkways provides a Fine Marsh noted. This Law has not been enforced but will so is to realize the desire i a Beautiful the City now operates six Gabage trucks for residential Colle lion and one for business pick under the new schedule reside tin pickup will continue on twice a week basis the i manager said. State geologists on Mineral Hunt Columbia july 13 Narl Mountain sections of the state. 1 _ i. J f _ thic or Ninny a i i of a study of South Carolina s geology and Mineral resources the stale development Board is con ducting this summer an investigation of the Limestone and mar ble deposits of the Piedmont and 30 state school teachers begin aeronautics course a group of 30 South Carolina school teachers will attend a three _. Weeks aviation workshop at the University of South Carolina be ginning july 22 As recipients of scholarships to the three hour labor surplus continues Here Survey reveals the labor Supply in Florence continues to exceed demand the South Carolina state employment service reported this weekend. Job seekers include general of fic clerk typists receptionists sales clerks Salesman and sales personnel service Sta Tion operators truck Drivers la borers and inexperienced workers. Many of the inexperienced applicants Are High school and College students seeking summer employ ment. According to information from major firms in the Florence area in june employment off the farm continues at about the same level As in May and april t the report this project has been undertaken because of the increasing de Mand for raw materials to sup port the state s rapid Industrial growth. According to r. M. Cooper director the Limestone and Marble deposits will be mapped and the Rock will be studied by the mos modern Laboratory methods. On or More age Wil be made and the Trace Elemen Content of the samples will by Analysed. The study is expected to provide much information help Ful to the development of Spuul the scholarships were awarded by the civil air patrol Eastern i Carolina s Mineral airlines and Delta airlines in considerably to the know operation with the South Carolina Iota be of the of the state aeronautics commission sponsors of the workshop. The Aid. Employment in the lumber and logging Industry continued at a steady level while Little change was seen in the garment manufacturing plants and wholesale Trade establishments. Retail Trade firms reported a Light increase due to the mid summer sales now in Progress. Many retail sales firms Are Mak ing plans for an increase in sales personnel in anticipation of the opening of the tobacco markets. Building construction and maintenance showed some increase for this period and should remain steady during the summer months. Employment in the establishments in other industries continued the Spring level. At the majority of the teach ers Are from the elementary grades with some few also selected from the High school level the course is offered by the South Carolina aeronautics com Mission through its education department supervised by Eftula tonal director Al v. Thomas. David l. Stanford principal of the Greenville Junior High school and n Captain in the air Force re serve and Thomas will conduct the course with tire assistance of several guest lecturers. Field trips to Donaldson air Force base. Shaw Field Colum 3ase and experience flights air 3as and experience flights features of the workshop. The teachers selected for scholarships include mrs w 1, Buddle of Sumler irs. Helen Corley of Saluda mrs h. S. Crouch of Edgefield. Mrs Ouise Dixon of Sumler. William l. Jackson of Camden. Mrs Francos Hay of Sumler. Miss an of Beaufort mrs Catherine Mccoy of Sumter mrs Anna Montgomery of Bishopville Elizabeth Morgan and mrs. Marion m Morgan of Edgefield William t. Morris of Camden mrs. J. L. Murdock of Johnston Charles k. Richardson and mrs Mosby l. Ruff of Prosperity mrs. Gertrude Young of Greenville and Wallis g. Goodman of Cayce. Also miss Connie Andrea. Jack Barry mrs. Margaret Barton. Miss Hester Berry mrs. Christine Blonaisz mrs. Lois bowels mrs. Augusta m. Ellsworth mrs. W. A lore mrs. Mary Mcwhirt. Mrs. Burchell Moore mrs. W. A. Tuen. Mrs. Mildred Livingston and mrs. S. E. Denton All of Colum q Beer Cost upped Greenville. July 13 Fri steel yourself men an increase in steel prices is boosting the cos of Beer too. South Carolina Beer Industry spokesman Robert a. Jolley or. Said today at least a one cent a can or bottle increase probably will become statewide. He said three1 widely known brands have raised wholesale prices 2 cents a can Case 11 cents a Reti Rable Case at Charleston yesterday whole salers there indicated the increase would be 24 cents a Cun Case. Higher steel costs have increased Container costs and two recent increases in freight Rales plus another expected soon have added o Overall costs Jolley president of the . Beer wholesalers Assn. Aid. He said he doubted if retailers would be Able to absorb the in Rease. Club Council wants uniforms for school band the inter club Council made up of representatives of civic clubs in Florence is currently engaged in a Campaign to outfit the Mcclenaghan High school band with new uniforms. Our High school band could not participate in our christinas a last year because it did not have suitable said Clif on Green inter club Council chairman and we certainly want o see this situation Green said that the Council took in the project at the request of representatives from local Par ent teacher groups. Our goal is to raise enough funds to buy 50 new Reen said. The outfits Cost apiece. So far contributions and pledges Lave assured six new uniforms. We Are appealing to All persons and organizations to join in this Green said. Individuals an pledge to buy one uniform or pledge to make a contribution. We Don t have much 5reen added. The first football ame of the season is scheduled he second week in Here s a list of contributors Southern Stephenson finance or. Gordon Bobbett or. Howard Stokes 550. Or. And mrs. J. G. Gibson Clifton Green store Sanborn cafeteria mrs. E. E. Veith persons wishing to make contributions to the fund May do so y contacting Green or by mail them to inter club coun Box 208 Florence. Recorder s court Ury list drawn jurors for the july term of City recorder s court were listed yes Rudny by Grady Hinds they Are Plato Watts. H. Talcut h. F. Hill c. E. Sum Erford. Murray a. Baroody. Ern t Leach j. E. Mcbride Roy m . Fred Cyril Allen b. Lowman Odell Cheek Frank Agerton. J. Delcon Finklea. W arc Lay Mccarcy John d. Aiken Proctor. Mason Hubbard Arry Haigler Arthur b. Kennedy Alton Davis and John e. Stur and. Jaycee committee formed to arrange Beauty pageant Charles Mitchell general chair Man of the Jaycee sponsored miss Florence pageant announced yesterday the names of commit tee chairmen who will assist in the selection of the local Beauty Queen to compete in the miss South Carolina contest at Myrtle Beach next year. Winner of the miss soul Carolina contest at that time will enter the miss America pageant in Atlantic City and will comic against 49 other beauties from the United states Canada Hawaii and puerto Rico for the title of Monotony lulls Motorist causing Highway disaster the relaxed feeling a Driver to sustained High speeds that he loses the ability to judge Speed. Experiences new four Lane and limited Access highways can Lead to death or injury unless he s Alert to a Wolf in sheep s cloth ing Highway hypnosis. Driving along mile after mile on Broad straight level easy Roadway you May he lulled by the constant purr of engine hum of tires Monotony of scenery Eye fatigue and just general Monotony. A false sense of Security May seep in causing the Drivers to grow less aware of actual traffic conditions. In this sub Alert slate the Motorist May drive off the Road plow into traffic or anything in the path or even doze off at the wheel. Or he May grow so accustomed accidents that happen from such at such measures help prevent miss America 1959. The entries committee will be headed by Larry Price and mrs. Betty Mangum president of the local Faycette chapter. This group will Contact service clubs the senior class of the Mcclenaghan High school and Pri vate schools in this area to select eligible contestants for the Crown. The site committee headed by Jack Dowis. Has selected the co Lonial theatre on West Evans Street for the big event. The staging committee responsible for the actual contest on August 15. Will be under the leadership of Tom Kirkland. The program Book committee i from tint Man Carolina. Commerce graduates 49 students received diplomas Friday night at Central methodist Church at the eighth annual graduation exercises of the Carolina College of Commerce Florence. The Rev. Walter k. Booty gave the commencement address. College president John Barnes awarded diplomas. In the top picture front Row Are be headed by George Palillo from e t Sapphira Richardson Peggy Dee Gore Helen Ben and Pat King teacher in the Flor Janice Carroll Doris Carraway and Betty Eaddy second Row Lyndon Prosser Betty Jean Livingston Jean Baylor Sybil Elizabeth Kirby Mattic Lambert Sidney Eaddy third Row Jack w. Rogers Henry Belk Bertis Turner Melvin Joe ence Public schools. Dave Rogers has been named chairman of the publicity commit tee. Mitchell announced Carl Hudson and Frank Lemon in the Bottom picture front Row Elizabeth Todd Barbara Johnson Essie Smith Marion Hennecy Mariam Humphrey Shelby Carter Mary Carolyn Gra Ham second Row Delia Jones Mary Janice Jackson Iris Welch Minnie Lou Yarborough Mary Medlin Wilma Cornelia Cope land Betty Blackmon third Row Joseph Hicks Henry Smith Henry White Clarence Collins David Shuler and Ira Hymon. Not shown Are Beverly Cheek Justine Forte Dorothy Hudson Carolyn Sullivan Virginia Taylor Muryl Thomas Thomas Delaney Harry Driggers Mertis Kirkley Kenneth Rogers end Warly Colyor. Morning new photos Fey Kirkland grog Giness combat Highway Hyp that Jack masters popular sub Alert driving Are generally driving at unrealized speeds. In addition to fresh air slight varied speeds frequent stops an rests experienced Drivers Sugge different tips for maintaining Aler Ness such As avoid heavy sleep inducing meals. Glance at passing scenery to avoid steady focusing of Eye ahead. Wear Loose comfor Tab clothes. Avoid Long driving periods especially at night. Listen to Snappy radio program. Avoid ers Moking. Converse with others or sing. Be interested in Roa markings traffic signs colors other traffic and such things out the car. Bad ones. Carolina motor club safely sex Perls advise a speedometer Check often varying Speed slightly now and then and keeping Alert All the time. Keep a car window open to let a Stream of fresh air blow across the Auto. Slop at least every hour. Except for emergencies motorists Are not allowed to Stop along some expressways even on the shoulders to Stop at designated places to Wash and freshen up. Get gasoline a bite to eat. Or a cup of Coffee and walk around a if change Drivers at these rest slope. Also actor and Rori uce the likelihood the Florence Little theatre will again cast As master of Cere monies for the August 15 pageant. Fight Highway hypnosis Highway 11 a deadly Mailer. Keep Karl. Paddling called a last resort in child training Lake Junaluska n.c., july 13 my a minister said Here today there s a place for paddling some times in a child s education but it should be used Only As a last resort and the child should know it will be used if needed. The Rev. Or. Neill Hart superintendent of Law Camden myth dist District said this in an address to conferees at the Church s Southeastern family Ife workshop. He also a rough out the Points n discussing methods of parents or educating their children when the youngster asks ques ions and hell ask plenty of Ourse Lake to give him he answers. You May not Lell in the Enlil a truth. But he sure Vhal you do say is the truth. Do Yuri Ever apologize to you Hill Why nut if wet never and lit we re Wong How do w sex col children to watch your step literally. Ohil run also learn by Imi Lalion the shit and Cal Iliades they show or ill probably your own. They also learn by emulation. Ivc so they la say they want in e the kind of people their Par Are. Phi four Day Connle Rencz will sunday. Thi will he a an Era Hen one can have a heartache i severe Hal aspirin will Ford Relief not child Underwoo Accident cause in the Kitchen children outrank hot Burner and Sharp knives As a major Haz Zard in the Kitchen a Home economist said today. A child underfoot in a Kitchen can cause All sorts o said miss Martha Kohl Home economist for the National safely Council. She pointed out that children have a habit of leaving marbles crayons and toy trucks in floors including the Kitchen floor. If the Mother trips on sue she said she All. Spilling scalding liquid on in self or a nearly a fifth of All Home accidents occur in the Kitchen which she describes As one of the nost hazardous menus in hit and that. ugly a tilth of All persons injured during the prepare Liim of Are men. Uleie Are four lips from the n a Lonal safely Council on How to make your Kitchen safer 1. Keep handles of hot utensils an n stove turned in. 2. Keep children out of the Kitchen if possible. In any event each them to slay away from electrical cords and appliance.-. Ind the stove. And ,1. Keep knives in Racks away from have a place in everything and keep everything in its Ilace. The difference in a Home and a House is the people who occupy j to i resistance by or j. D. Young you have probably been told that your resistance is Low and no doubt have de just what was meant by that statement. Nature has supplied the tissue cells with specific substances designed to combat Eva Sive forces such As germs bacteria and for eign matter. Healthy tissue cells easily de stroy these foreign substances but unhealthy cells Are feeding grounds for germs and bacteria. A blockage of nerve Energy to the tissue cells causes them to become unhealthy and lose their combative functions. Chiropractors Are training to restore this nerve flow 1 to the cells thereby allowing the tissue cells to once again carry on its Battle against disease. A Public education article written by or. Cd Young whose clinic is located a t 415 a Palmetto st., in Florence South Coro Lina Telephone 2-2991. Lady attendant on or. J. D. Young

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