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Florence Morning News (Newspaper) - July 18, 1957, Florence, South CarolinaThursday morning july 18, 1957 the Florence morning news Florence s. C. Pack 0-a pastors appointed holiness Church conference held ready for rocket firing Mission the u. S. Air Force s first air to air atomic rocket will be fired Over the Nevada test site Friday morning by these fliers from the Continental air defense command capt. Alfred Barbee left of wild Rice n. D. And capt. Eric Hutchinson web City Iowa the Pilot. A photo lax tar Heel Solon begins Long civil rights talk Washington july 17 Ervin dec said today his Dis Cussion of the civil rights Bill be fore the Senate represents six months of study. Me said have just started my discussion of the Legal and policy aspects of this he predicted in a letter to constituents that a majority of the Senate will vote for a jury trial amendment because it strikes me that most senators will not want to do anything which will de stroy our Basic right As american he said the Bill is not in the Best interest of either race and is so obviously full of quirks that virtually., unlimited argument can be made against it. When i came to a Ashington the first of the year and read the civil rights Bill 1 immediately re no izod that it did not reveal its True meanings because it had ref Curence to old statutes passed in he said. I began a careful study of this Field going into constitutional and Legal history re studying the principles of Law and equity a. I old court decisions. The More 1 Stu died the Bill the obvious Deduc Tion began to appear this is a deceptive Bill purposely drawn to strike Down the Power of Stales and local govern ments and individual Freedom under the Guise of the right to vote. It is a tragic fact that the True nature of the Bill is now be ing developed in the Senate de Bate has been he said debate on the Bill will last for a considerable time unless the backers of the Bill come in with amendments. The Senate is not. Going to pass the Bill in its present form and ought not to do the he said can he Marie much less Haiy Ful by a jury trial amendment and provisions to confine it simply to voting rights and a provision to eliminate any authority for the attorney general to nullify slate it s dangerous Tokyo. July 17 Short Cir Cuit in an electric Scalpel set off in Ether Gas explosion that killed a to patient and slightly injured the doctor who was operating on him in a suburban Hospital. Livestock Odyta officers plan fair new officers were elected and Lural commission Clemson col plans discussed for the 1957 Extension service officials can Carolina agricultural fair and de Sal Longcr. Secretary of Here yesterday during the annual the Eastern Carolina agricultural meeting of directors for the South Assn. Carolina livestock Assn. _ among visitors were Ray c. Dubose assistant Darlington county agricultural agent her Man Livingston. Dillon county j. K. Marcs of N.C. is. Presi Dent was in charge or the ses Sion was widely attended. Marcs was re Clr Clad to his Joh. Legrand Bryant of Mullins was elected vice president and c. W. Goodman of Lynchburg the . Livestock Assn. Is a co sponsor for the fair which will be held at Florence oct.-21-26 major decision of the group concerning changes in usual procedure at the fair is in connection with awards. They will do away with trophy presentations and substitute goblets and certificates. Sitting in with the livestock As location Board were members of the Florence City county Agricula special to the now Lake City july 17 the South Carolina conference of the pentecostal holiness Church has just concluded its 47th annual ses Gion at Lake City Assembly grounds. J Rev. T. O. Evans who has Bee superintendent for 30 years asked the conference to elect a younger Man to continue the leadership of the conference. Hev. Ii. P. Robinson of rocking Ham. N.c., was elected superintendent lie has been pastor of East Rockingham Church for ten years and had built the largest sunday school in Richmond county. Others elected on the official Board of the conference Are assistant superintendent Rev. J. L. Wall of Lake City Secretary. Rev. H. W. Brown of Charleston trea surer. Rev. C. B. Edwards of Andrews and Secretary trea surer of Home missions retire ment and insurance Rev. M. L. Moore of Myrtle Beach. Pastoral appoint meals included Rock Gingham District East Rock Ingham Jack Sharp pee Dee Roger William Hamlet William h. Turner w. Chavis Cli raw William Welch Maxton Earl Terry Wadesboro d. E. Guy North View w. V. Norton Laurinburg Jerry Smith Spring Field to. 0. Mcgee Bennettsville b. Stephens East Laurinburg d. A. Mckenzie mrs. D. A. Mck Enzie assistant Cordova Harris Swails Ellerbe supplied by Thelma player Laurel Hill j. J. Woodville Robert Perdue Blenheim mrs. Walker Cooper evangelists j. W. Creech t. T. Jones j. B. Sears Neta Byrd a. J. Flowers t. M. Swails. Ret. Florence District Florence Arthur Graham Darlington a. P. Feagin liar Seville Robert Ste wart Dillon George Hawkins la liar a. M. Cribbe Lake View h. H. Duncan Mullins Elwood Causey Amanda d. F. Hatchell Willow Creek w. R. Mccutcheon mrs. W. R. Mccutcheon assistant Hay Slown Robert Byrd Cal vary Joe Coward Coward Sam Baldwin Marion supplied by Bessie Watts evangelists Gilmore Hayes George l. Joye Reese Miles Georgia Norman b. H. Atkinson j. B. Walters John Douglas Vir Gil Seeber b. E. Parnell m. G. Baker Sam Johnson h. D. Wig gins. Ret. Lake City District Lake City Scranton j. L. Wall mrs. Wall assistant Pamplico j. G. Edmunds Camp Branch f. B. Mckenzie Lee Tabernacle b. C. Holder Matthews pros ser be supplied Pine Dale d. Mathews Emmanuel j. Lune Pate deep Creek a. W. Elliott Stone Chapel Friend Field w. M. Hartfield Barri Neau James Crocker Floyd Chapel in supplied Sumter w. C. Player Little Star m. L. Nesbit Elliott evangelists Dorothy Mae Welch Leland Wilkes Lula Mae Putnam Grorge Cashwell mrs. F. B. Graham Kenneth Hancock mrs. Richard Elliott l. K. Weatherford j. S. Mann Emma Brit Tain Law missionary to India. Hemingway District Heming Way a. B. Cox j. B. Assistant Johnsonville Charles Bradshaw rehab nth Marvin Cannon Hannah Chapel. Greeley Ville f. R. Bryant Broad swamp e. B. Hopkins Sandy Bay w. R. Mccutcheon mrs. W. R. Me Pulcheon assistant Prospect b. C. Holder Kingstree m. W. Fie gel Owens Chapel mrs. Jose Phine Cox Fremont Mission Supply Sally Stone. Evangelists a. L. Williams Wilbirn s. Cox. Chaplain United Stales air t. E. Myers. Andrews District Andrews c. B. Edwards Little Star no. 2 Andrew Poston Earls w. C. Candy holy Trinity h. E. Pow ers Sains Delight u. T. Bald win Oak Ridge Rhet Ward Stampil Lacy Drew Rheims mrs Ruth Powell Morris Chapel Tyson Lambert Georgetown c. W. Thurman Spring Pond mis Sion Ernest Cooper. Evangelists mrs. C. W. Thur Man t. P. Baliey j. L. Mclellon Dan Powers Thomas e. Skipper a. A. Forbes ret a. W. Wilson ret. Conway District Conway t. R. Bigby Savannah Bluff a. C. Dennis Zion Jervey Jeffcoat or. Myrtle Beach Dewey har Graham free Welcom d. W. Miles Sandy Hill h. A. Ivey Loris Don Watts Asbee m. L. Moore evangelists Louis Collins j. W. Bryant i s. Sia Ivey j. R. Mcneil Leona Causey missionary to youths admit store burglary by remaining special to the Cwi Timmonsville july 17 a Timmonsville youth was found in Side the Young and Paul arson. Gro Cery edit up this morning. The boy 8 and his brother 11, admitted to police that they had burglarized the same store on july 3, by remaining inside when the store closed and by escaping through a door that had an inside bar Latch. At that Lime spokesmen said approximately i to was missing from one Cash Register although Money in another Register was left untouched. In admitting entering the store on july 3, the boys told police they hid in a cardboard Box until All employees and customers had left. The younger boy remained in the store yesterday when it was closed. He said he hid underneath a table that was eight inches off the floor. Store officials however had padlocked the door through which the burglar july-3, and the boy said he could not gel through. Police said that no charge had been brought. The youths have been placed in the custody of their parents. Medical column coming your Way Here Are some reasons Why you la want to read the morning. News new medical column Starling next Mon Day. Written by or. Joseph 0. Molner head of the department of health of Detroit the column is arthritis sufferers should keep on the move in spite of that Frank it s not the fault of elderly people that they seem a Burden measles is not the harmless childhood disease so Many people up to Date no reducing drugs or spartan diets can replace sensibly regulated eating informal Don t snip out tonsils without Good human look Here Madam i have a taste for those calorie loaded foods you mentioned and you re not doing me a bit of watch for to your Good beginning Mon Day in the morning news. Thieves Busy at Orangeburg Orangeburg july 17 we Orang Burg City police Are investigating seven downtown store Burg Pirics which netted thieves More than in Cash and several Hundred dollars Worth of Mer Chandise Over the weekend. The largest haul was from the Way food store where tire burglars Sot away with in Cash and several items of equip ment. However at one of the other places broken into Bennett Auto equipment the Only item missing was a Watermelon taken from a refrigerator and eaten on the spot. Elks to hold labor dance july 17 state wide elks association will sport for a Charity Ball at Florenett and Darlington elks Homes la Bor Day evening. The two dance Climax the elks 1957 scholar ship fund raising. .1, h. Cheatham exalted ruler of Florence Lodge announced that de Turbeville and his orchestra will play for the Florence Ball. Exalted ruler Ned p. Hobbs Sayi a name band will be secured for Darlington and announced later. The South Carolina elks. Assn. And the local lodges annually award College scholarships to out standing students. The total scholarships awarded in the past Rev in years has been Over with s10.000 presented to the win ners for if Rit Ril Wikieup rain to go without nagging backache now you can act the Fust Relief Yon need from nagging backache. Head tche and mus Calitr aches and pains that often cause rest it is nights and Mineral ill tired out Fet Linb. When these discomforts come on with Over exc lion or stress Ami Strain want Relief want it fast Ann Lucr May be mild bladder irritation following or Niue food and drink often letting up a uncomfortable Celink. Kor Miick Relief net Dean s pills. They work fast in separate ways 1. By speedy pain Relief info action to ease torment of Kinf backache headaches muscular aches and pains. 1. By their soothing effect on madder irritation. 3. By their mild diuretic action tending to increase output of tie 16 Miles of kidney tubes. Find out How quickly ills 3-Way Koes to work. Enjoy a Good Nimicht i sleep and the Relief millions have for Over 60 years. Ask for new. Larch time and save Money. Get Donn s pills to Day i farm agent k. C. Wallace Assis Tant Chesterfield county farm agent co Jinty k Earse. Tom farm pee Rogers. Florence agent Frank m. Dee District farm agent Frank h. Barnwell chair Man of the Forence City county agricultural commission and j. T. Lazar Secretary treasurer of the City county agricultural group. In addition to officers of the association other directors present included r. D. Garrison of George town county l. W. Mclaurin. Marlboro county Earl Anderson Chesterfield county and m g. Mcdowell Lee county. Widows widowers . Netherlands. July 17 Grein won some Fame As organizer of the world s first bachelors now in re-1 spouse to what he Calls popular de Mand from the bereft he is setting t up the world s first conference of inn widowers sept. J 27-29 and says he has 2.000 applicants from eight european coun tries. I it will not be a marriage he insists but a free i and easy get together to discuss Many common Grein got married after the bachelors Congress. The Sale everyone has waited for mriam Frances shop a. 122 e. Evans Street next to Florence hotel Florence s. C. Children s Wear Cradle to College Brooker m no Lay always All sales final extra special blouses misses values to livestock Assn. Officers elected yes lordly to serve this a car in the South Caro Lina livestock Assn. Are from Bryon of Mullins vice president j. Of Manros of Nichols president and c. W. Goodman of Lynchburg Secretary morning news photo remaining hats bags 50c

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