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Florence Morning News (Newspaper) - July 31, 1957, Florence, South CarolinaWeather partly Cloudy and rather hot. Widely scattered Thunder showers this afternoon. High 93 Low 70. Details Page 5 vol. 131 Reader s tip tobacco markets Kiwi the pee Dee hummed with activity yesterday. Sec a photo Lay out of the opening Day on Florence s. C., wednesday morning july 31, 1957 daily pc sunday Ite maid of tobacco and festival Queen Barbara Mishoe Conway Ann Todd Johnsonville. Averages on Iho 11 Palmetto Leaf marts ranged from to per Hundred in unofficial reports., official tallies had not been made ate last night. I i o i f j most of the dissatisfaction sex r lift Flay i pressed was due to the Lack of tit Vlf f buyers representing the Large to Bacco companies entering into Hie t at Rita to on a news staff writer Market. However history has t l1i1 jul y us Coronation played a triple role Heru Loni Erht in the Clos i proven this to be the outcome of mar of the 1957 South Carolina tobacco festival. Miss maid of i opening Day sales and the buyers tobacco for South Carolina and Queen of the festival shared honors Are ejected to bid More openly three beauties share honors s. Weed festival in Weed prices Topping 56 opener 2 pee Dee tots killed by cars smaller Farmers complain by Bev Ballard morning news farm editor although Grade for Grade to i Bacco yesterday brought higher prices than last year s opening Day sales on the South Carolina flue cured tobacco Market a note of dissatisfaction was heard City manager ponders plan to revamp police records Jimmy Walker morning City editor City manager Aaron Marsh yesterday was draving plans Tor a Complete study of police records after an unannounced inspection of station records showed inadequacies this week in Farmers on some of the Small-1 end. R markets. J Marsh went through the entire averages on Iho 11 Palmetto filing system Al the department. He found a backlog of More than parking meter tickets uncollected since Jan. 1. An informal notebook for officers kept to log crime re ports and other Vilenis. No patrol car logs or individual patrolmen s notebooks. No investigating officers re port on crime complaints. Marsh asked capt. H. E. Fields How officers kept up with notice of stolen autos suspicious persons and other data. Fields said they looked at the notebook. The City manager also found officers have now started keep ing complaint reports on forms printed but unused during the chief Price administration. Another record. Started in june is a stolen item file Herc Tolore unkept systematically. Both Marsh and chief m. D. Adams expressed Hope that an expert in record keeping can be brought to Florence to organize police files. Marsh and Adams Are also seeking to establish some Way in which persons arrested at night and released before morn ing can be mugged photo graphed and Finger printed. The identification officer leaves at 6 . And persons brought in and released before 8 . Next Day Are not recorded in identification files. Accompanied by a newsman found parking meter tickets cluttering the desk of capt. H. E. Fields who explained the Load of tickets was such warrants were behind on More than unpaid tickets. The two policewomen during Rainy Days look up the identity of the car owners they ticket he said. Fields enters All paid tickets in a numerical Fine Book. Dotty Joy of Kingstree w a s crowned As the congenial Beauty by Marian Ann Mcknight miss America. Maid of tobacco Crown went to Barbara Mishoe of Conway 21 year old daughter of or. And mrs. D. L. Mishoe. She is 5-feet . Weighs 138 and measures 37 23-37. Festival Queen coveted title was awarded Ann Todd John Marian Mcknight Wilnot return to Coker College by a Nous staff writer Lake City july ,10 Marian Mcknight in her final festival appearance before retiring is miss America said tonight Stic will not return to canker col Csc in Plaris Villa. Miss Mcknight said she owed a to coir but i fed in my major. I be gone As far As i can it Carlsville. I plan to attend n larger College or added if any of them Wilt Winve mi1. You know it s mighty late in the she civil not express any preference but dial she will return in school this fall. She retires after the Early sep tember miss America contest Al Atlantic oily . The Manning Beauty told visit ing dignitaries of the South car Olina tobacco festival i know no place i would rather wind up my career As miss America than Here Al Lake City so near Sonville High rising senior Daugh Ter of or. And mrs. M. Told. She is 17. Is 5-Fcet-g tall weighs 125 pounds and measures the two Day event ended with dancing and merry making that spread into the morning hours. An estimated crowd of 15.000 lined a Parade route through the heart of Lake City at mid after noon and viewed the passing of 83 units s6.ot which were Beauty Queens on floats or convertible automobiles. This was the Peak of the two Day festival which coincided with the opening Day of tobacco sales Here. Cash awards were made to mrs. R. S. Black and daughter Georgia Ann. Of Galveston tex., Coker of route 2, Florence for largest Leaf of tobacco on a Lake City warehouse floor and b. R. Brunson route Sumter for Best bundle of tobacco a Community picnic lunch at municipal Pool was attended by about a thousand persons during the two hour event. Visiting dignitaries including members of the Las the Market progresses. To tobacco in either t h c red card or Blue card variety was found on South Carolina markets it was reported. The red card denotes farm ers who have gone Over acreage allotments and Blue the Farmers who grow any of the three varieties tabbed by the . De British planes again blasting tribal rebels press radio and television agriculture As Manama Bahrain. July 30 British Jet fighters . Present along with meanly Queens. The Host of i volume was generally heavy throughout the Belt although most concerts hillbilly acts me markets were expected to various other types of entertain-1 Clear floors for a heavier Day Loment kept the crowds Busy on Day. Main St. Preceding the Parade. Tlle greater Price gains Accord the afternoon wound up with to department of special dinner for dignitaries in reports by grades were on Prim j appeared to be today in the air War against tribal rebels seeking to unseat the Sultan of Muscat and Oman. Pilots reported the Tower of the fort in the South of Oman was damaged in the attack with Rock Els and 20 my. Presser s cafe. Miss America was for j family travelling greatest Dis Wilh local Tance to see the e. Solons. One of the featured speakers along officials and former governor takes late senator s position Milwaukee. July so a staunch Friend of president Eisenhower former Wisconsin gov. Waller j. Kohler or. Won a close Republican contest in today s Pri Mary to nominate a successor to the late sen. Joseph r. Mccarthy Waukee votes to Victory. Slate sen. Gerald p. Lorge the Only gop candidate who made an outright bid for Voles from former supporters of the late senator was running sixth in the seven Man Republican Field. Jle ran on a so i of elect another fighting a Lorge comes from Mccar Ings nondescript Low and fair these averaged from s2 to above the respective loan rates. Flue cured stabilization corp. Received an estimated four Pel cent of sales throughout the state s markets. This is in contrast to Over 31 cent of sales going to stabilization in 19s6 s opening Day. Only a Small percentage of bet or grades of the Golden Leaf were sprinkled Over the Many Ware with 3.334 of the state s 3.3611 Hom and precincts reporting. Kohler led former rep. Glenn r. Ised to carry on fights started by critic of the administration for eign policy and foreign Aid pro a count of 108.270 to 09.ssc. Davis. Ii led until the Linal min pics of counting when Kohler Rode a surge of metropolitan Mil uary 1959. The late senator. The nomination is to select Par by candidates in a special general election aug. 27. The election is for the balance Offton. Mccar thy s term which expires in Jan House floors. Most prominent was the appearance of Low priming. Each House had also its share of the badly burned Sand lugs. The Market news service last night predicted the Quality of the crop improve As the volume of Leaf grades increases. Farmers on the scene admitted in Many Casos that they had re served better grades of tobacco to see what the Leaf on the Bot Tom of the stalk would bring. A resume of auction bid aver Ages per Hundred pounds As re corded by he department of Agri Tot saved from ordeal in Well romps through Hospital Halls culture followed by the amount of increase Over last year s open ing Day sales appears As follows an Derson. July so Ventgen month Oki Yvonne Beas Ley ran and played in Anderson memorial in Ospital today just liked nothing had Ever happened the child fell Down a 40-foot Well to her Mother said Shaft in he Yard of her Home near Here last night. Four hours and 20 shouted Hughla everyone give a big cheer for god right the crowd roared As Roberts minutes later Rescue workers i climbed from ii Shaft with the reached her through a Shaft drilled child in his arms alongside the Well. I Don t know or. The "1 could hear her i father said today. I Haven t seen .1. B. Heasley said. She cried the him yet but i sure would love to whole time. Isee him and Shako his hand. He "1 told them mho Rescue work-1 went in a dangerous ers hint Tho lord had his arms added wrapped around her so Light that i Aho want to thank the fire Rie it makes Hor cry to let us know part enl. Iho City and county a that she was Mill All j lice the doctor that supervised. Mrs. Easloy. Still from piping the oxygen to Yvonne am. The tension of the night recalled everybody that Cullers fair Lemon pcs up s3 Low Lemon up lugs Fine Lemon up Good Lemon s64, up Good Orange up s4 fair Lemon .w2, up fair Orai if sc2. Up Low Orange up . Priming Good Lemon up fair Lemon up up fair Orange s31. Up 59 Low Lemon continued on Page Cannon. There no resistance. Leaflets containing a warning to keep away from the fort had been dropped in that Vaci Nily sunday a communique said in planes operating from sharia Airstrip look Parl in the attack on the fort similar strikes were made yester Day at other rebel positions. In Cairo a representative of the rebel faction declared British rocket fire had demolished the town of Birka. 28 Miles East of rebel held Mizwa. The representative. Mohamed Al Harsy. Told newsmen Many civil ians were killed or wounded and the survivors were evacuated to neighbouring villages. The air action supplements round operations by troops and tribesmen Loyal to Sultan said bin Taimur. And is intended to crush the 12-Day-old rebellion. Those forces were Defeated on tie opening Day of the revolt by ived factions of a Moslen Relig ious Leader. Imam Ghalib bin Ali. Who wants to set up an inde pendent sultanate in Oman. The Multan has a Villi Britain. In emotional Appeal Morse torpedoes rights sidetrack Washington july 30 a sen. Morse of. Oregon demanding a showdown on. The civil rights Bill Fonda y blocked a Senate move to Lay the measure aside temporarily and dispose of other legislation. The Senate cannot sidetrack the Bill without the unanimous consent guard ready for assault on prisoners Deer Lodge mont., july 3 convicts took Over i Yard of the Montana state prison today held five guards As hos tags and threatened them will death if National guardsmen moved in to Rescue them. Nearly 200 armed guardsmen ind other peace officers were poised for a pre Dawn assault on he rioters. Prison officials disclosed the guardsmen and peace officers would go in at . In a sur prise thrust to break up the riot which burst out in the prison Yard treaty of Alliance area deaths mrs. Innie Price. Dillon. Joseph Wallace. Marion. Raleigh w. Tiv a Hon notes Villa. Benjamin v. Harrisn Manning. I hons infant. Tar Neville. Royce Strickland Nichols. R. T. Cockfield 110 Chase is. Mrs breach i in Pirn. Mary Moody Dillon re. Details 7 age s his afternoon. Earlier. Deputy Warden Vern Lockwood said it had not been decided if or when to use the auxiliary forces now outside the Walls. He said he planned to lot several Hundred convicts now in the exercise Yard sit it out and Cool off until morning. Montana gov. Hugh Aronson left for the Capitol at Helena after conferring with prison officials. The guardsmen and sheriff s men from nearby cities were armed with tear Gas and sub machine guns. Apparently the plan was to move directly on Coll Block 8. Whore the five air at the mercy of knife carrying Early this evening convicts in Coll Block x shouted that in the guardsmen moved in you la pack out some dead prison 01 its members. Morse a demo Cral refused to go along with unanimous consent agreement proposed by majority leade Johnson this is no time for Retreat Morse shouted. The deman across America is that we Johnson and minority leade Knowland a Calif sat listening. Ini ily to Morse s speech. Unless pome kind of an agreement i reached to let the Senate handle i other legislation the defense am agriculture departments will i without Legal authority to seem funds after tomorrow. Morse agreed that failure of tin Senate to act on the backlog of legislation might cause some diff Cully but he said protecting the rights of Freedom sometimes is Morse favors a Stron. Civil rights Bill. A delay of a few Days or even a few weeks on the other Legisla Tion he said will not cause this nation to i m not scared by this scare to cried. The Senate has been debating to civil rights Issue almost exclusive for More than three weeks. Johnson proposed the Senate agree to a two Day armistice acting tomorrow on the de enc and agriculture appropriation Bills and some other pressing measures. Thursday would also have been reserved for this work f More time were needed. Separate accidents push toll a 30 year old Cades boy and a 6 year old Manning girl were killed in separate accidents late yesterday bringing the total num Ber of children dead from being hit by automobiles in the pee Dee to four since saturday. Killed in yesterday s accidents were Charles Thomas Driggers i. 1, Cades and Shirley Thomas Montgomery of near Manning. Young Driggers apparently was killed As he Rode his bicycle into the path of an oncoming Automo bile on secondary Road s 45-28 from a Side Road according to Willii Isburg county Coroner Tom Kellahan. Kella iian said witnesses re ported a Lead car missed the youth but that a car following closely behind driven by Henry c. Williamson of near Kingstree struck the boy. The Accident occurred one and a half Miles West of Cades near the boy s Home. He was a son of air. And mrs. Ernest Thomai Driggers. Kellahan said an inquest will lie scheduled later. Investigating the Accident were Highway patrolmen e. L. Long and r. J. Abbott sheriff Buford Boyd Deputy sheriff. Boger m. Brown and Deputy Coroner g t a Mcintosh. Tire Montgomery girl was apparently killed As she darted into the path of an automobile driven 3y__sylvester Adger 31, of near Manning. The Accident occurred on Highway 260 about five Miles Southwest of Manning. Clarendon county Coro Ner Joe Thomas Bradham said the Montgomery girl and another youngster were attempting to Cross the Highway. He said one child stopped but the Montgomery child ran squarely into the vehicle s path. Adger and the family of the Montgomery child live on adjoin no farms near the scene of the Accident. Bradham said an in quest will be set later. Assisting lie Coroner in investigating the incident were Highway patrolman v. T. Doyle and Deputy sheriff c. Hodge. The two deaths brought the num of children killed in similar accidents in the pee Dee to four Ince saturday. Four year old Cinnie Lee Woodbury was fatally injured when he apparently ran no the path of an automobile our Miles South of Pamplico sat Triay afternoon and 3 year old Oyce Elease Strickland was kill d similarly near his Home at Ichols. Garment Plant said seeking a nor site the i today like i Lake my dig to her. 1 seemed like every Chinu Wax inking so in mrs Heasley said. Ii is Hull they Gill flt non so last Ali Iii Luis red. Blur eyed red Niilyn catches on a foot Elbow and face. She smiled and waved for television photographers Al Iho Hospital. Yvonne smiled last Neal in. Too. Her Mother told when red Roberts Al Abr fool of the newly drilled Shad readied Lac Well jury rules cause unknown in Darlington Plant death very build was pitching Heasley said Bev would t let Dahi in con. I ill a Iii Tocoi Hetore the imbue a had im-illu1 and Mil under the i Solil to help sure would like thank mrs a Cusley said n heavy Lune and u bucket usually covered the ill the a Well she thought older children must have removed Iho covering. Yvonne loll into Iho no Nln while mrs. Easloy was conking supper. The child s older brother Richard David. .1. Ran to his Mold or. Crying sister fell in Hole unit got i ran Inlo Iho front mrs. Llo Sloy said and then Hack i locked decision in a previous us Yvonne Beasley snatched from death slip it to got her to again and Thon i heard hoi crying . A Man and i Mommy Mommy in the1, milling crowd Imo Turiy " gun thai he had nut Ushii conc any jurors but Intondi d to Espanel held last week ruled cause them from among the Hundred unknown hero tonight in the Rule spectators in ibo court room poor death us Dixie cup on k Hud ill this mid. A Ciller Waller nor the Jilin lilt knew Liy Means old these jurors a build be n Bis irom n Unwor Gunj a. Mind Inus Hie mum on july 13 Iho i Ingol july is while on his Loli Al Vrr twirl of the six Man jury Road. Last to a slav .1 Coroner s Iho Dixie clip Plant in Darlington. A Tii Shusi Pencil and a two font r Blade. Ciu Ciai. Testimony in the hearing was Given by one of Lou Civ co-worker.-. J. L. N div some who be of hit pc Lull in the Jill v i Shmoeil that u ire cup at he end of in. Co i Hail to be pressed hint wit i about 25 pounds m pics hire Belore ii Sun would lire. Al hip. Jury s request to Somo press called to decide whether Power gun Iwu 10 Sham two led Iho gun Bis chose Bill died accidentally or by Bis bullets inn and unable to Click the finn own hand came to a deadlock an Oriolo was found near the body. A until he pal a Umi Mial verdict in inn Els Imle ii nil the 01 slims used Bis Chest Ami the Cun. In Lonicha s hearing to inner in Law nun found in i Nehesi. The jury Dolph Nalond Nobou an Linus Ridlin an ii nning from the loft vide before Ira Ching its decision. Ayn or. July 30 the town of nor. Which depends entirely on Gri Cullire for its Economy May Oon become industrialized. Reliable sources state that a Armant factory that will employ More than 300 persons is wanting to come to Aynor As soon As a suitable building is erected. The building would be financed by a 1 local development corporation j which is in the process of being formed. I the town Council is going Abend with plans to install water works in preparation for the fac tory. Will be Neces sary fur the sprinkler system of i he Plant. A spokesman of a local com Mittee Lor Industry said rapid pro Gress is being made in obtaining Hie capital for the plan. The Capi will lie Raisl by interested persons buying Stock in a development corporation. Officials feel this is an important Lep in Tho Economy of the Small town whose if d population. It Oil tin to Iho . Was Only in. A i cling will be Brid Friday night it the american legion hut to make further plans. Interested persons in Aynor Only vants ferry and surrounding communities Are being asked to ind. Zambone s meditations by Alky attc6r de. Mew bout am some. it am1

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