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Florence Morning News (Newspaper) - July 31, 1955, Florence, South CarolinaSunday morning july 31, ids the Florence morning news Florence s. C. Pack 8-b Leaf prices show increase first two Days summary holds average Over 54 sparked by much Bill or Quality Leaf for future Sale. These houses Are the Center Urick prices mailers and milling s. One set of buyers serve the Mart is a member of the South he general Price average Rose c.7i above last season s opening Veek during the first two Days of auctions on 11 South Carolina flue tobacco markets this week. However the Federal state mar it news service reported today hat average prices by grades were Ower and the amount of Leaf going the eve changing scene on tobacco warehouse floors throughout the pee Dee s markets meant More and More of the Golden Weed making Transfer from seller to buyer. Here in one of the first sales during the past two Days is auctioneer Jimmy Uzzell extreme left Selling a 300 Pound Basket of Leaf belonging to Sam Gamble of Mose Crossroads Section near Lake City on the Lake City news photo portable classrooms expected e Beach schools Myrtle Beach july 30 a very superintend in movement to a liminal the Possi Spann pointed out. Lii Lity of double sessions in the the school Load Here stands a Myrtle Beach schools beginning in september is under Way Here. Three temporary portable class such a number that Large him Nihil of Advance planning is Nee Cussary to work out the problem. Rooms at the two local schools to j efforts by school officials arc provide More space for inc Over now underway crowded buildings is in process of j funds to build to secure needed Bow Csc Mentar and by the fall of 1956. The importance of parents of in Oming new students notifying the ocal schools about the number of children who will seek enrolment for Hie first time this fall is stressed and parents of new students Are requested to Contact the schools so that a list of incoming i tic North erection local school superintend school to Lake rare of part of can be completed Cal j. 11. Spann or. Has an need. These temporary structures vere obtained from tin county schools. Two of them will be erected at the local grammar school and the other Al the local High school. Kvin with these temporary class rooms added the local schools will Bill be crowded. The local schools Are going into n period of population emergency in which it is expected thai the school enrolment will seen any Silver dollars floating around area not t-00 pounds of Silver dollars paid off through two Industrial increase i Rolls tins week have been returned to the local Exchange Hank according to a spokes Man. The Silver first came to the area by Way of the Post office. H was shipped Here Roin he i oderal Reserve system at Rich mond vn., and was used As part of the promotion of Dollar Days by the merchants of Kingstree. The merchants Are Hooper Ling to see to what extent the dollars will be rare ulsted into the area Industry. The Kingstree veneer print of Drexel furniture co. In Fulcd out Silver dollars by seeks on the Puy line. The individual sucks marked with employees Immes pay numbers and amounts were sent to uie Exchange Bank Hank personnel counted out the Silver dollars filled Neh and returned the tilled to the Plant for dts Tribil Ion. A Teller accompanied a Sim Iligir Roll to Princeton wors Ted Mills to assist in lie pay off. Ruler the government Price sup Ort program set n opening Day. Dross sales on the markets which opened thursday totalled pounds averaging per Hundred for the two Days this week. On opening Day 47.5 per cent of the tobacco went to the flue cured stabilization corp. Under Price supports. 11 was the highest percentage on record for any one Day in the Belt. Declines in average prices by grades ranged from to with most to the Market news service said averages on fair and Low lugs and nondescript ranged from is to above loan Rales. However it snid buyers seemed unwilling to bid above support level for cutters Leaf and better qual Ity lugs. These grades auctioned off at Price support Levels or below. A Sharp increase in the percentage of cutlers Good Leaf Ami Good priming improved general Quality considerably. A very Small amount of nondescript was noted. Principal Mark Elings were Low la Good priming fair to Fine lugs fair and Good Leaf and Low and Lair cutlers. Last season the South Carolina markets opened aug. 2 along with eight North Carolina Border mar Carolina Border this season will begin Carolina warehouseman s association. Percentage of tobacco being taken by the government on the first Day s sales was 49 per cent which was Down considerably on the Sec a record High Jond Day it was reported. I Timmonsville total hits pounds auctions aug. 3. Auction bid averages compared Wilh last year s opening week on a limited number of representative . Grades Lemon Down fair Lemon Down Lemon Down Low Lemon Down Lemon ?04, Down Good Orange s53, Down fair Lemon Down fair Orange 5-1. Down 4. Priming Good Lemon Down s5 fair Lemon Down fair Orange Lown Low Orange Down 8. Nondescript Best thin flii.50. Down . July 30 at inc close of the first two Days of tobacco sales on the Timmonsville Mart the grand total of Leaf sold reached 1.4c3.450 pounds the grow ers receiving almost a million Dol Lars. This amount made the two Day average one of the highest and most satisfactory to the Farmers in recent years. By Way of comparison the first two Days of last season the aver age was growers Are now receiving an average of per Hundred More on the Timmonsville Market this season. Opening Day s sales averaged one of the highest v the entire tobacco area of South Caro Lina s Belt. Twelve spacious Ware houses allow i Inife room for Quick careful handling of the Weed Steve Anderson sales super visor declared As he gave Oul this data. Hemingway Market hits average Hemingway july 30 for the first two opening Days of hem Ingway s tobacco Market close to a half million pounds of he Golden Weed wore sold Here for an average of according to a c. Haselden sales supervisor. Warehouses were thronged Wilh Farmers and other interested people who seemed pleased with the High averages got Lon for their crop. Some growers averaged and 68 cents per Pound for entire loads. The houses arc being cleared and prepared week. Georgia Florida Leaf prices Edge upward Valdosta i neral Price july i figure was 22.011 per cent compared averages Tor flue for heavy sales next cured tobacco on Georgia Florida markets edged up to a nun Rcd As the week closed. The average for pounds Gross sold yesterday was 2 cents above the previous High of m9.40 reached tuesday. It was up 19 cents from thursday. The average for the second week Vas 85 cents above the Short two Day first week but under the corresponding week last season. The week s figure was for pounds against for pounds during the same week of 1954. As prices improved less tobacco went into the government loan. The . Department of agriculture estimated loan volume for the week Al 20 per 9 from the Short opening week. For the. First six Days of the season the House posses at four a minute Washington july 30 a in headlong drive to clean up All Odds and ends before final Najour Neman the House passed Bills at the Rule of one a minute the first four hours of today s session. Most of the measures passed in the House s first four hours of to Day s session. Most of the measures passed in the House s first saturday session this year were for the Benefit of private individuals mainly people desiring to obtain citizenship. Many of inc others were of interest to communities Only. All were considered under a Rule permitting a single objection to Block them and quite n few were blocked. Some of the Bills passed 4.4 for the same period of last season. So heavy has been the stabilization carps take under the loan program that Selling time will be Cal two hours daily beginning tuesday to allow proper handling lie Duclion of the daily hours from b i to 3 i was announced by pics. Fred s. I Oyster of the Bright hell warehouse Assn. In Henderson n. The department of agriculture reported that through yesterday pounds Gross had be ii sold against Only for inc last season average of was n.17 lower than last first seven Cloys of although the Price year total Cash receipts of Wero greater. Yesterday s sales saw the aver age Price rising above a Hun dred at the following Georgia markets add Raxley 51.50, Nick Shear 53.34, Douglas 50.70, Hahira 01.05. Mutter 50.47, Nash Ville 50.27, i Cham 50.47. Slats Boro 50.18, Tufton 50.53 Waycross 52.30. Quick Loans Southern finance co. To Diat 8434 j8r West Street Lidan t been printed general distribution members. In time among prize winning picnic7 starts 6th run tuesday Sells pol ads . July 30 the j Darlington tobacco Market is Oil to a big season according to the i poundage sold hero during the first 01 to Days of us Market As and will be presented sales super by at Myrtle Brach july 30 Lac Bart Webber who stars in Wil Lam prize winning play will lie the sixth Alion ol1 the summer theatre sen Mill at inc Myrtle Beach play House. Picnic opens inc second half the summer season Al Myrlle de by Ormand Gaudy a the opening Day visor. On thursday sales netted 339.170 pounds in Dar Lington s four houses. This sold for a total of or an aver age of per Hundred pounds. Friday s Sale lolled pounds for sl50.139.08 or an aver age of thus inc Overall total for the iwo i tray Llie Days was 529.078 pounds sold at when Webber came to i p. A. August 2 through August 9. There Are two showings on saturday and p. In. In the Ocean Forest hold. Two new actresses arrived last i week to begin rehearsals for Pic Peggy Lobbin will appear As Webber s leading lady and Liucc Zaymon came from an engage Al Litchfield. Conn., to por is341.212.7.1. Or on average of Flor two Days. Candy reported that All grades of tobacco were seen on lie mar Myrtle reach two years ago lie was Al ready a seasoned Veteran with Broadway experience which included the leading role opposite Ruth Kimberly Clark wallpapers jumbo tiie Roll-9 yet. Long Only Mcinnes wallpaper Salon Robert Weber Vin Douglas in two Blind mice and in the Royal family at new York cily Conler. Jerusalem the Bolden 0 surd Mill country tit ii Omic of Goi s 0 Mcl Dud Lett soil country Bilidt eager liner la or Eccl in mercy Bri it us to Lull Rwjr land of who an in Atli gel lit finder and so Irful Ivr . Ali frit of Nam i inn Perm lib Ilic Monk Ijiri Iino Timy. Bigjim a satire on Ilif i cd Imil in i Iff 5rli in Tyr Ami rapture us tit ill s it Lyril lir a a wind tiol or Liy Inin i i.ml1 Folly to go to climb an 61 years your Nefy Ker Ket and that there arc still pour a Lussey in goodbye my fancy ing intone houses Many pounds new York also saw him with Mel memories of pre Market Days May be revived in this picture. Some of the inst Loose to Bacco carried to the Market is contained in these piles. This Golden Weed is being unloaded from a truck belonging to former c. E. Willimin s of Manning of a Lake City House. Imar Ning news awnings venetian blinds Kool vents have been reduced 20to Baka vents next in Quality to Kool vent and 10% less than Kool vent. Get our estimate before you buy. We can sell just Ai cheap on same Quality. 30" drop 24" pro 40" wide for we manufacture venetian blinds right Here and can give you service on them now and years to come. Kool vent Metal awning co. Dial 7611 la. Baker your of in in til the South Carolina National Bank Mai master corporation Ell Onville new York world s largest manufacturer of Quality to antennas accessories announce Tell. Appointment 01 its new inc Lusial distributor in the r Lorenci and Sumter areas. Florence radio Supply incorporated Sumlor j. A free free free win this Kelvin Tor Here s How for the of Cleil electric re will present absolutely free this Beautiful Kelvin Tor refrigerator. Rules of contest customer must bring into our store your entry giving All information regarding your electric including age make Etc. The refrigerator must be 15 years old or More. Allen trim Muil of in by Mancusi Vii. For further information Call Watson s furniture co. 51 pounds of Frozen food storage my East Evans Street phone 7911 or Weaver s furniture co. 124 North Dorgon Street phone 7094

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