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Florence Morning News (Newspaper) - July 19, 1955, Florence, South CarolinaPage 12 Hospital Board accepts Cheraw 5-acre site Cheraw july Chester Field county Hospital Board has voted to accept the town s offer of five acres of land to be used As a site for the memorial Hospi Tal. The land is located on the Edge of Cheraw and is Between Ker Shaw Street and foundry Hill Road. Surveys maps plats and a title to the property Are now being secured by the town and it is expected that the state Board of health and Federal authorities will soon place their stamp of approval on the site. Or. J. Earle Hodge chairman of the Board predicted that bids for the Hospital construction would within 30 to 40 Days that actual work on the building would begin by the end of tember. Or. Hodge explained that county s share of the Hospital construction costs from the sinking fund is now available plus from a four Mill tax increase and from the Gen eral fund passed in the last session the Florence morning news Florence s. Tuesday morning july 19, of the legislature appropriation. As a special City and county election dates set at Myrtle Beach j0 be opened to to Tun Ftp cold Myrtle Beach july 18-the democratic primary Date was changed from aug. 16 to aug. 23 by the Myrtle Beach democratic club today. If a run off is indicated the Sec Ond primary will be held sept. 6. The primary held to nominate a mayor and six councilmen will be conducted the same Date As the county democratic primary which i was set by the county democratic executive committee saturday. Two vacancies will be filled in this election that of the late sen. Frank a. Thompson and the vacancy in the House of representatives caused by the resignation of Henry Lee Buck who has announced his candidacy for the office of senator. The municipal and county Gen eral elections will be held nov. 8. Malcolm j. Miller chairman presided Over the executive com Mittee meeting which was attended by Mark c. Garner Secretary w. E. Sessions and Shannon Barnes. Folks ate Well years ago Jerusalem. Israel. July 38 did Man eat years ago from finds made in a just excavated neolithic Village in Israel it appears that people enjoyed an ample diet of meat of cattle sheep goals antelopes Birds and fish. Corn was ground to flour and other cereals were stored in subterranean containers. Dillon lion president appoints committeemen Carolines winners to Teet today the annual District meeting of he Carolinas winners Assn. For be Eastern division of South Carona will be held at p. M. A special feature will be a Short Lovie and talk on supplemental ligation. John f. Pate assistant strict manager of the social Security administration will speak n the winners response Bililis a Der the social Security arrangements for the meeting Ere made by directors from this Ca c. A. Harvin or. Of summer n and j. F. Mclaurin of Ben Alsville. All winners Are invited Allend and help in the policy making program for the Assoc a on s season. Clifford ii. Hardy executive Sec Ilary of the Carolinas winners san. And the National Cotton Gin ers Assn. Will preside. Dillon july 18 committees for the coming year wore announced by lion president Lloyc Eppe Simons at the regular meet ing to serve through june 1956. They Are attendance John chairman Preston Davis w. G. Lynn and John bean finances engineered Cooling heating Moore Fonelle corp. 172 s. Nashua phone 9832 state now showing two hits Jungle thrills in killer ape in massacre Canyon also Western action dual by drive in monday tuesday bedevilled in cinemascope Ann Baxter lunch special Chicken in the rough 59c tuesday thursday j6j drug co. Tom hound. Chairman Frank Radl held and Herbert Britt Mem in ship Bob Daves chairman Charlie Lucius and Josh Baxley program or. E. M. Rozier chairman Wallace Jim liar is and Henry Lucius Constitution my by Laws A. Bracley chair Nan Jewell p. Mclaurin and Dill j. Ellis publicity a. B. Jordan r., chairman Jim Murff and b. Lions s inform Ion. Bill Mcleod chairman Tom Lankins and Phil Brown boys girls. Tom Scarborough chairman. Rudolph Jones and Pau Iloan citizenship Bell chairman James d. Wright am plaid Davis sight conservation and Blind Dewcy Stephens chair Man. Worth Collingham John Hal Chell and Marion Mccallum Flowers Robert m. Tallon chair Nan. John Morris and Frank Fitts education Kenney chairman Frank b. David Par boroughs civic improvement d a. Lominick chairman. Archil Jim sly and j. E. Thomas health and Wellfare Swift Black chairman w. V. Rom Ford no u. 1c. Whatley safety Cormett Clardy. Chairman Bud Hall Slier Vood Mobley and Lawrence i Lurl or or agriculture Jack chairman John a. Cottingham am Carroll Lendrix. Treasurer Frank Bradfield Gav i financial report showing lha he general fund was pretty Low nit the special activities fund Hai i balance of several Hundred Dol cars. Darlington theatre the country girl with Bizik Crosby Grace Kelly and William hold on new Bridges this week Kingstree july 18 four new Bridges on Highway 377 be tween Kingstree and Andrews will be opened to traffic on or before july 23, according to chief High Way commissioner Claude h. Mcmillan. The Bridges under construction for about a year Cross Black River swamp. Traffic has been rerouted to other roads. L. K. Montgomery president of the Kingstree chamber of com Merce wired Mcmillian Friday for information on the completion of the Bridges. Montgomery said that he had received numerous requests for the information from merchant and tobacco men who were anxious for the route to be completed be fore the tobacco Market opening Date on july 28. In his answer to Montgomery s Telegram he said that the plan is for the Bridge to be opened on or before july 23. Darlington Jaycees set Arade Date Darlington july in the Arlington Junior chamber of omm Croc has announced that the 955 Christmas Parade will take Ilace dec. 2. There will be a Beauty Page anal iced that night As an added feature if the yuletide Prog Nim. During he evening miss Darlington of 950" will be chosen. The tentative plans chill for the of molest to be iced with entrants parading in Ormal attire and bathing suits. Immediately following the beaut contest there will be a dance Wil he music to be furnished by the de Turbeville orchestra of Flor ence. At the Christmas Parade Santa Klaus will be officially Wal come o the City. To cooperate with the Jaycees in the annual Parade Wil e the merchants of the cily of Darlington. The Junior chamber of com Norce is the Only organization Ihn Rizco in select a Beauty Tucei .0 Coler the miss South Carolina Conlest which leads to the miss lined annually at Mantic City. N. J. Miss Darlington of 1956 will rep resent Darlington throughout the following year. This will Mark the first miss Darlington contest held by the Junior chamber of Commerce in several years. Roy Peavy is general chairman of the Parade plans. Best in to Harvest predict top Weed season , july 18-with tin approaching opening of tobacco markets Here Many familiar faces have returned to set the wheels in motion for what is predicted by Many to he one of the Best tobacco seasons Ever experienced in this area. Warehousemen everywhere have nothing but optimistic predictions. Francis Pepper sole owner of Pepper s warehouses Hod this to say. We have the Quality of to in Banco this year that the compan ies have been requesting for years. It is tops in smoking is produced Only about one y sary in my opinion ers to produce better Quality and Grade and prepare tobacco better for Market in order to hold Export Odell King of Independent Ware houses predicted i am looking Forward to this season being one of the most prosperous. Timmons Ville is one of the Best tobacco markets in South there Are 12 modern warehouses Timmonsville with floor space approximating a half million feet. Most of the warehousemen Are for our farm-1939 Julian Vaughn who started in ten. We have exactly what they Tiati want this year All they have to do is come and get. Pepper added that the crop we have this year is in great demand Lity and j tobacco men of Many years sex ear Prience and a Large proportion or of Timmonsville. Others have been operating Here for so they have be in 1922 Bernie Cook of Olanta where he began his tobacco career in 1924 and Penn Thomas connected with the business for 30 years. 11. H. Henry Gregory and Kay Baker both residents of Timmons Ville Are owners and operators of planters warehouses no. 1 and 2 and Gregory s warehouses no. 1 and 2. Gregory s experience in the to Bacco business dates Back to 1921. Baker started in the business in 1933 in Virginia. In 193c he came in Timmonsville where he bought an interest in planters warehouse in 1946. The Market opens july 28. Panics Myrtle Beach schools seek Federal Aid Myrtle Beach july application for in Federal to be used in the constr inn of a new elementary school n Myrtle Leach was presented to Day in Washington. The emergency school situation ice caused by the reactivation of he Myrtle Beach air Force liase and the continued growth of the Beach was outlined to the United states office of education by .1. H. Spann jr., local school superintendent and t. W. Anderson Horry county superintendent of Educ Tion. To both Domestic and foreign com and with world conditions at a Peak prices should he Good. Julian Vaughn of Farmers and Palmetto warehouses said i Lieve we have prospects this h Pepper s warehouse no. 1 and 2 this year will be Frances Pepper whose tobacco experience Here dates Back to 1916. With him will he w. D. Roberts with 30 Jujj j years in the business less Alphine be the auctioneer and others h. Henry Gregory of planters owners and operators of farm and Gregory warehouses stated. Warehouses no. 1 and 2 and "1 think prospects for crop and warehouses no. 1 and Price this season Are very favor 2 Are Alco Young a native of it is going to be Neces time Onsville in the business since real estate loans1 notional finance corp. 214 North Dargan Street dial 7153 10ans real estate savings insured in either Case you save Money. Our loan plan brings you nearer the goal of debt free Home ownership. Peoples Federal savings and loan association 45 years of uninterrupted dividends oldest financial institution assets Over Over Ivi million awnings awnings prices Hove been Sla lied on Liliu lower priced awnings and venetian blinds for the next two weeks. In have a number of different Stylos to choose from. Every awning carries a guaranty of the finest material and workmanship. 30" drop 24" projection 40" wide Kool vent Metal awning co. Dial 7611 i. A. Baker air conditioned now showing supersonic age news events 3 40 shorts 30 a ruins. Carlicia Tonitte 1st drive in run hotel makes ready for special guests new York july 18 us the ninth annual convention of the paralysed veterans of America this week presented the hotel new yorker with some special prob lems. Because of the Many guests who cannot use arms and legs the hotel replaced bathroom doors with curtains put chairs in show ers and built wheel chair ramps for an elevator the delegates will i use. Notices p dec i a 1 communication of Hampton Lodge no. 204 . Will be held at the Temple tuesday evening july 19 at eight o clock for the purpose of con Ferring the fellow Craft degree. Members Are urged to attend visiting masons will be j. N. Sojourner w. M. F. P. Cheshier see. July 17 13 19 Hipfl Lettu drive in the tart War Ercolo Jack Webb Ben Alexander Pius Tony Curtis Lincoln theatre the greatest stay of love and Faith Ever told 20, in Century Fox now playing adults.40c children.20c tells All my. Der look at d i knew shul d fit y puns perfectly. Of de out bares Shock filled Story the Bamboo prison irow Bonniw Rio Pathe presents special added attraction theatre of life i Tiu vivid Story of the dealt toll on today s modern High learn before it s too late endorsed by s c Highway department Florence police department National safety Council regular prices today colonial air conditioned at this time of year tobacco is in everybody s 0 u t h or. Tobacco warehousemen Tell your Story in the yes we have the circulation and everything else to bring you the phone 2-3221 and our and Man will Call on you. Florence morning news

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