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Florence Morning News (Newspaper) - June 7, 1955, Florence, South CarolinaPage it the Florence morning news Florence s. C. Tuesday morning june City Pool opening Day is postponed to sunday the opening Date of the Florence trimming Pool has been changed to sunday rather than today to permit its 13-week season to run through labor Day w. F. Jeffers director of we City recreation department announced yesterday. John Shannon assistant recreation director will serve As Pool i Junior and senior lifesaving am adult beginner classes will also be held Jeffers said. Their dates Wil be announced later. The recreation department also will sponsor a swimming team to compete in the stale recreation Competition in August at Columbia. A county swimming meet will be Rector again this year. Mrs. Leo held prior to the state event Jef Holland will be ticket seller. Frs said. A need for volunteers to assist in the swimming and diving pro Grams was seen by Jeffers. Those would want to help Are requested to leave their name at tie Pool office. Lifeguards who will be on duty during Pool hours will be Billy Canada and Carl Devane both senior red Cross lifeguards. A girl lifeguard for the children s Pool is to be named. Mrs. George Nichols will be in charge of the Pool canteen. The canteen will be open afternoons and nights with the exception of wednesday saturday and sunday nights. The City recreation depart ment s learn to oper ated in conjunction with the Florence red Cross chapter will june 27. Jeffers said the beginners swim Ming program will be held As Long As there Are enough children to make a class. These classes will be held in the morning. Beginning june 13, mothers May enrol their children at the Pool office. To film eclipse new York june 6 omers and photographers from Hayden planetarium will Fly to Ceylon this week to make a documentary motion picture in color of the total a copse of the Sun june 20. Gets divinity degree Julian Hampton Lazar son of or. And mrs. J. T. Lazar of Flor ence received the Bachelor of divinity degree at Duke University s 103rd commencement yesterday. Robert Rodney Strauss Daws extra added attraction sports Willie Mays musical news features today colonial big Brothers to launch area fund drive dollars and directors pied the biggest problem for the june meet ing of the pee Dee area big Brothers association last night Al the Florence museum. The director problem was. Quickly solved with j. E. Burns of society Hill and Brunson Patterson of Marion unanimously elected to the Board. The Dollar problem was differ ent. Threatened with the loss of heir executive director Charles w. Fleming through Lack of sufficient administrative funds the directors decided to launch an in pensive Appeal for funds in mul ins and Marion where previous und quotas have fallen More their 60 per cent shy. Fleming reported that 47 Little druthers Are currently assigned with an immediate need for a big in the Pampico area. E. N. Newly elected National director of the big brother movement and Fleming reported briefly on the National conference held in new York. Kent Hungerpiller of Hartsville presided. State now showing three big hits see it now on film better than in slum motion Rocky Marciano is Don cock Ell official International Hwy weight championship contest Dana Andrews in smoke signals color by technicolor o Stan Laurel Oliver Hardy in Pardon us Box office opens at show starts at 2 admissions adults Soe kids 15c Florence rotarians to attend charter fete at Kingstree six members of the Florence Hotary club will attend the Char Ter night meeting of the newly organized Kingstree club next Mon Day it was announced at yester Day s meeting. Club president j. B. Aiken-jr., David h. Mcleod Bob Schofield or. George Smith a. A. Hardee and Cyril Waters will represent the Florence club at Kingstree. The Florence club will have their annual ladies night program and installation of officers june 27 at p. M. At the country club. Directors of the club will meet at p. M. Today at the office of or. George Smith. On the program was a film on spin fishing. Club guests were Sam Watt of new York Jack Odowd Jack Barringer and Julien c. Rog ers of it. Myers fla., a former member of the Florence club. Visiting rotarians were j. Riley Gettys of , William walk up of Timmonsville and Wallis an Derson of heading a. Area Day Beacon missing the Winyah Bay Channel Day Beacon 20a has been reported missing by the commander of the 7th coast guard District. He said the Beacon will be rebuilt As soon As possible. Of Lumetto drive Inthy Atric Furrer Merle ? Doe Avidon Tamara 1oumasova Paul st6 Ysobel to Leom of Jam Elvis James Mitchell Walter Pidgeon Paul henreid.1 Rosemary Cux Ney Gene f Al Fly r Cyd Howard keel Tony Marttn Black widow cinemascope t a meat place. A great Guy. A great picture i Tyrone Power Maureen o l driven theatre Tonitte brought Back awards John Ford s i the Long Gray line Ca unik technicolor Robert Francis Dot Tam Crisp Ward Bond Betsy Palmer Phil Carey More pleasure in cinemascope Calypso cruise see it from the beginning of Saturn shorts 20 minutes earlier. Regular Pricco news events last times today Carolina air conditioned Tofu Nigton today Darli Kington Randolph Scott in tall Man Riding in color us Fly closed Fok employees vacation drum beat cinemascope inter club Council meets tonight on promoting Florence the Intel Xiu Council will meet t tonight to and Means to advertise Florence Juli an h. P. Bass chairman has announced. Tic meeting will be held the p and m cafe. Bass said the Council is to act As a spokesman for the Florence chamber of Commerce to interest outside Industry in locating in1 Florence. The first project the erection of Large signs at the four entrances to Florence and bearing the emblems of the 11 service dubs will be discussed. Across tie top of each sign will be printed civic dubs Welcome you to Flor Bass also said that a Resolution committee will be appointed at the meeting. 16 Bonaire High school seniors received. Dip Mas of Charles Harry Wade Matthews Billy Anderson Ronald omme Keement serves last night. They were front Row from Knight j. A., Mccutcheon and Olin revel. Top Row Tommy Eft Merlee Sims Rachel Anderson Mary Helen Stokes Betty Purvis Legette Rotan Arvid Jordan and Harry Lee Dennis. Sue Mckay Elizabeth Spring and Sara Rhinehart. Second Row morning1 news photo deaths and funerals Duncan e. Mclaughlin Duncan evander Mclaughlin 70, 615 National cemetery Road red at a. M. Monday of a Eart attack while on duty at the Outh Carolina Industrial school Here he had been associated for be past two years. Funeral services will be conduct 3 at 4 p. M. Tuesday in the funeral Home by or. E. Glenn pastor of Central meth dist Church and the Hev. Rufus Fisher chaplain of the South Arolina Industrial school. Burial ill be in mount Hope cemetery. Or. Mclaughlin a native of of Ogham was born March 24, 1885, son of the late Duncan evander and Drucilla Turner Mclaughlin sneer citizens of Effingham. He As a lifelong Florence Only and had been resident of Orence for 50 was a Ember of Central methodist lurch. Or. Mclaughlin came to Flor nce As a Young Man and on feb. 1905 married miss Essie Turer of this City. Or. And mrs. Mclaughlin celebrated their Golden de cing anniversary feb. 5. This ear. For 22 years or. Mclaughl n was employed by the Atlantic Oast line Railroad and for the ast 20 years he had operated a airy farm. Surviving Are his widow mrs Issie Turner Mclaughlin of Flor nce two sons Edward e. Mclaughlin and Duncan e. Mclaughl n both of Florence and one ister mrs. W. E. Turner of Flor nce. Serving As Active pallbearers Viu be r. D. Mclaughlin Paul Mclaughlin l. Turner Otis Lam Willard j. And Ugene Hutchinson. Honorary pall readers will be or. 0. T. Finklea r. E. M. Hicks judge d. Gordon Laker p. H. Mceachin Louie m. Alles Frank Green d. Gregg Hagerton and members of the staff f the South Carolina Industrial school. Lorence Fra club elects new officers Quay Farmer we Etc Ted presi ent of the Florence. Chapter no. 1 Farmers of America at the monthly meeting at Mcclenaghan Itji school. Other officers elected were. John Marshall vice president Jerry in Watt. Acc retard Charlie Hewitt treasurer Richard Gare reporter Dewey Kirby Sentenal and m. P advisor. Johnny hew Dot an associate Lora or of the chapter now attend nig fur Man University led the de optional. Plans were made for a trip to Chi raw state Park thursday. Mrs. Robert e. Cooper funeral services for mrs. Rob it e. Cooper 79, who died Sun a Wil be at 11 a. M. Today in Waters funeral Home with or. Elbert h. Walker pastor of Cal Ary Baptist Church and the Rev. T. Dabney pastor of Grace Bap St Church officiating. Burial will e in Shiloh methodist. Church cemetery in Marion county. Mrs. Cooper is survived by two daughters mrs. Joe Perkins and ills. Minnie Barr both of Flor nce four sons Ferd a. Cooper sugar Cooper Robert e. Cooper my William Cooper All of Flor ence one brother John t. Rogers of Georgetown 12 grandchildren and two great grandchildren. Pee Dee weather facts data the United stale Veather Bureau in Florence of he 24-hour period ending Las night. Temperature highest 9-i year ago lowest 66 year ago 54. Mean 80 year ago 70. A. M. 76 p. M. Rain 0 year ago 0. Total this month 0. Deviation from Normal Minu 85. Total this year 15.29. Deviation from Normal Minu .70. Sunrise Sunset Myrtle Beach tides High . P. M. A. M. P. M. River stages at 8 a. M. Wateree Camden 1.6 rising. Great pee dec Cheraw miss no. Great pee Dee Pec dec miss lynches 2.2 falling Washington. June c Iirvin a Purl of Lernie Rutur Anil a Lafal to hit 24 to did at 7 p.m., for Alec Tell areas tat10n 11. L. w Jurna Ani Arillo Atlanta .11 City lir hum lotion Buffalo or a .34 80 m a to .14 n 36 n York Norfolk Phyll Kan City 71 key West is in Mville 80 l Hock 84 Montreal 84 3 m m Charlotte k 64 cd Nokia n 63 a Phoenix 103 Chulio 70 4 hit Lluri Cincinnati c .06 port Dpi 60 Cleveland n 17 m Dill 91 m Denver 65 d Colnel 7 k Detroit my it Uluth m Mno Mialon n Richmond Foft 63 a 71 61 san Tonto 91 m Sun fran 15 m 71 47 43 .11 Tampa waft Lon m Ftp us m wll ton Al m the Lighthouse at Cnoc Henry a., now preserved As historic ton Umcil Ihn first built in or the a s. Lighthouse service act 17m. Or. Chester m. Meares Nichols june 6 or. Chester Montgomery Meares Nichols naive died of i sudden illness yes erday an Mexico qty Mexico. Or. Meares a dentist lived in Mexico City since world War i. Survivors include his widow of Plexico City two Brothers j. F. Leares and m. S. Meares both of Nichols and two Sisters mrs. Min Nie Anderson of Nichols and mrs. De. Rogers of Marion. Funeral services will be conducted tuesday in Mexico City. Surviving is his widow mrs. Marie f. Bryant four sons or. Valter e. Bryant of Hemingway Howard Bryant Malcolm Bryan and . Bryant of Darlington two daughters mrs. Imogene Scott of Aiken and mrs. Lois Bailey of Darling ton one brother Al ton Bryant of Darlington and 13 grandchildren. Jeff d. Bryant Darlington june 6 Jeff d. Bryant 61-year-old retired mail Arrier of Darlington died last night at a Hospital in Hemingway. Funeral services will be at. 5 p. M. Tuesday at the Central Btu Otist Church of Darlington conducted to his pastor the Rev. Robert Clyde. Burial will be in Grove Hill cemetery with the masonic Lodge o. 72 in charge of the last rites. Or. Bryant was born and reared n the Swift Creek Section of Darington county a son of the late teff d. And Maggie Davis Bryant tie had been for Many years a member of the Central Baptist Church. He was a member of the Wood Man of the world a past worthy Matron of the St. David s masonic Lodge and a past District Deputy girls state week is starting today Columbia june 6 we mately 250 High school Junior girls Are expected Here tomorrow for the opening of girls state. The 9th annual South Carolina citizenship training event will be at the University of South Caro Ina for six Days. The state is sponsored by the american legion. The girls will elect mock City county and state government through simulated political and election channels. Exchange club nets from annual Sale of napkins the Exchange club netted j40u Lor its Junior Exchange club activities during the Napkin Sale that ended last week Dieves Powell sales committee chairman told Tow group at then Reedy meeting yesterday. Sam Ham reminded the club of the monthly meeting of die recently organized irate club Council meeting set for 8 tonight at tie p and m cafe. Bly Jeffers urged the dub members to attend the Little league Gomes tomorrow and Fri Day where the Exchange sponsored team would play. On tile program was a film sponsored by fisc South Carolina bar association. Bizarre touch Washington june 6 he tiles designed by Spanish surrealist Sal Vador Dali Are adding a touch of the bizarre to the staid old George town Section of Washington. Col. Consuelo a. Seoane t retired army officer decorated the front Steps and sides of windows with the Tilee acquired in Sapun. N hungarian italian and German scions. 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