Florence Morning News Newspaper Archives May 20 1955, Page 12

Low-resolution version. To view a high quality image

Start Free Trial
Florence Morning News (Newspaper) - May 20, 1955, Florence, South CarolinaThe Florence morning news Florence s. C. Friday morning May 20, 1955 red press still blasting West paper atom Moscow. May 19 a of soothing words Abou Yugoslavia and the easing of International tensions there is no Sian of any setup in the Campaign of Mii american and anti British i. Vanda in the soviet press. There had been some though westerners Here that the constant criticism of the United slates might ease somewhat in View of the forthcoming meeting of the Heads of government of the big four. But the press today abounds in anti american comment and car Toons. The latest Issue of the humor Magazine Kro Kodil for example shows a laughing american policeman turning his Back while masked hoodlums raid the burned out office of a workers news another shows american. Bomb wavers being stopped by a Strong hand wielding the Hammer and sickle. Attacks on president Eisenhower have not been As concerted As they were against his predecessor president Truman but Secretary of state Dulles continues to be a frequent target. Similarly British prime minister Eden is inheriting the shots formerly levelled against sir Winston Churchill. In a single Day s report the official soviet news Agency Tass runs up this record it accuses Secretary Dulles of boasting in his report to the nation tuesday. It accuses prime minister Eden of advocating a big four meeting Only As a Man Euver in the British election Campaign. It relays the attacks of the red chinese press including a charge that the United states looted Price less monuments of chinese Art for the Benefit of the Formosa regime of Chiang Kai Shek. It relays a report that the United states is expanding military air bases in Japan with aggressive intentions. From pars it reports that american Southeast Asia policy involving South Viet Nam is fraught with the danger of involving France in a new from Paris it reports Thot reports brazilian newspapers and leaders condemning american pol icy in Europe As a this is the Tenor of the soviet press while the bos of the communist party n. S. Khrushchev Speaks of soviet leaders visiting Yugoslavia s president Tito with opens souls and pure Khrushchev coupled that pledge with a statement that the soviet Union is the most consistent and determined defender of the cause of peace in Europe and the whole the soviet leaders will visit Tito toward the end of this month in ent upon achieving in Khrushchev s words full normalization of 30-Dav Mccin Mthm Outlook Outlook source . Weather Bureau Ftp Ormont of 30-Day weather forecast maps issued by the u. S. Weather Bureau May 17, show precipitation and temperatures expected during the next 30 Hoover says proposals could save taxpayers six billions Moths in. Moth balls 28c it. Larvex.69c in. Apex crystals 69c in. Excello crystals 69c insect bomb.98c Koditek Moth bags suits dresses 39c 49c j and j drug co. Free delivery new York May 19 Hoover said tonight his commis Sion on organization of the executive Branch of the government has recommended Steps to save six Bil lion dollars for the taxpayers so far. And beyond that there could be returned to the Treasury about seven billion of Money which could be provided the for Mer president said. Hoover gave the savings Esti Natch by the commission s task orces in a prepared address to a 39lh annual meeting of the National Industrial conference Board. Our Hoover said is to Earch out the systems of Organiza Ion and administration which need repairs. Some of the ways of Man Ging were Good enough before the Jovern Mest Multi pm edits size about 14 times in 25 years. Some of these faulty system Are due to obsolete legislation some Are due to the sacrosanct character of bureaucratic empires some Are due to the pressure groups that profit from the presen setup. Some of these systems air due to the primary emotion of n sent mint to being waked Hoover cited the commission1 enabling legislation which says i part its purpose is elimination nonessential services function and activities Wlinich Are compete be with private of this phase of the commis on s work Hoover said in a few cases having no Hope completely recovering our Naonal philosophy of life we recon i ended that the government com editor with private Enterprise at East be put on a self supporting to pay his own sex Asis so lenses. From Over All parts of the country shows Well Over 90 per cent favor Able As against under 10 per cent of Hoover Sadd the commission has completed and published reports of nine functional Cross sections of the executive Branch. You will receive five More within the nex three weeks and there Are several More in the the wails of those agencies and he pressure groups have spread Cross the land with an aliment of impolite remarks. The loss is not wholly the lax Money. It is also a loss by record imports Singapore May 19 we Singa pore Crown Colony imported nearly 10 million dollars Worth of goods of the p Reva be from Japan and red China in Jan j uary the highest for any., month so far the statistics department reported. The imports from Japan were about twice the value of those rom red China. Included were textiles sewing machines tires toys Cycle and engine parts pens vegetables Niit and umbrellas. Costly tourism Washington May 19 m americans spent see the sights abroad last year the Commerce department says an increase of about 7 per can Ayers injury Etc Prisc system. It is a destruct Ion of Hoover said 70 per cent of the of a similar com Mission five years ago which he also headed have been adopted and great consequences in More efficient and More economical gov-1 eminent have flowed from them. I am confident that the pres sure of american common sense secure 70 per cent of our pres ent recommendations in the next five years. We have received extraordinary support from the press of the nation. An analysis of a mass of editorials clipped from newspapers of 1953. French to strengthen forces i n Algeria to Squash attacks Paris May 19 we French forces in Algeria will be in creased to men in an at empt to stamp out spreading at Acks of Arab nationalists authoritative sources said today. Only about were under arms in that North african Tern Ary officially considered part of France when the trouble broke out last november. The government sent in reinforcements immediately. In the past week guerrilla bands estimated to number 80 to 00 men have attacked posts in he aures and my Netcha Moun Ain regions of Eastern Algeria. The French decided to declare a state of a kind of a ered Down martial Law that in Ludes newspaper censorship Cross the whole department of Constantine. Gen. Gaston Parlange who commands French forces in the guerrilla infested Batna area estimates there Are men in the bands of that Region. About a third of them Are Reg lie said in an interview with the others perhaps hiding As peaceful peasants after they Bury heir arms. They May have arms or to but it s hard to Lave a definite opinion about these six French battalions and an a Mored reconnaissance regiment were reported on their Way to Al Leria from the French protector ites of Morocco and Tunisia. To Lisia has been Calm during talks with the French on Home Rule now n Progress in Paris. Terrorists Are Active in Morocco but usually in mall gangs operating in the cities. The Paris newspaper be Monde some regiments of Alger an riflemen a few of whom have one Over to the guerrillas will e sent to West Germany and re placed in Algeria by French or moroccan units. This could be confirmed officially. Nearly National police Are being sent from Ranee and recently Dis charged conscripts Are to be called up in Algeria itself. Interior minister Maurice bout Gas Maunoury who is planning an on the spot inspection next week As made it Plain France will take tougher stand in Algeria than in he protectorates. Tunisia and to Occo Are in theory Sovereign a ions. The French say the trouble in Guerla is stirred up by the Arab tales of the Middle East and by he communists. There is also slight mistake new York May 19 official police report labelled this one As an unusual occurrence police found right in their own property clerk s office Corn Flake and Cracker packages containing 15 revolvers and cans of Green peas containing not peas bul bullets. A Check showed the assortment was seized in 1948 during a raid for weapons illegally destined for Israel. Somebody had made take in not i some lend c n c a nol officially voiced to bin my the United states for talk of. Self determination in Africa. Whoever is responsible Paris newspapers carry daily accounts of rebel a lacks and the worry caused to influential French colonists. The colonists have powerful spokesmen in Paris such As former Premier Rene Mayer. They have been pressing for stronger action to re store order. Bourges Maunoury and defense minister Pierre Koenig conferred on the problem today As the second rebel attack this week was reported against the Village of Condorcet near Balna a Trade Center of which was established by the French As o military outpost in 1848. Our policy owners and other friends Are cordially invited to the official opening of our new Florence offices 366 w. Palmetto Street Friday May 20 Between p. M. And 7 p. M. Harry d. Haigler manager Joseph c. Anderson William l. Shirley Laurence h. Hursey associate managers of Virg Richmond Estail isred 1j71 life of Virginia also maintains an Ordinary Agency at 405-6-7 Florence Trust building Sale Here s your Opportunity to save As much As on a late Model used car rather than have to move these cars to our new Home which we plan to occupy next week we Are offering you a Chance to buy them at a sacrifice Price these specials Are in effect Friday and saturday in Early for Best selection. 1951 Buick was now special 4-door serian. Two tone finish radio under Heater Good rubber. T clean car. Stock no. 34. 1952 Buick special 2-Rioor Sedan. Two tone finish Dyn flow healer clean. Stock no. "8. 1195 1951 Buick special 4-door Sedan. Dyna flow Heater radio. A real Nice car. Stock no. 83. 1951 Buick special 2-door Sedan. Beautiful finish. Radio under teat Heater Good one owner. Stock no. 92. Now 1953 Buick super Riviera. Dyna flow undersell Heater radio k. 1. While Wall Wircs. One owner. Extern clean. Stock no. 62. Was now 1953 Plymouth Cranbrook 4-door Sedan. Beautiful finish. Low mile age. A clean one owner car. Stock no. 93. Was now 1953 Buick was special 4-door Ful two tone Blue finish. Kundin Heater Low mileage one owner. Slock no. 07. 1947 Buick super 4-door Sedan. In Good mechanical condition rub ber. Stock no. 50. 1952 Buick super Moil i Wuhl ill iut. A maj Ulm a Luw . St a no. Now 1951 Pontiac was now chieftain 2-door Sedan. Beautiful finish. Radio and a Nice car. Stock no. 1414. 245 1953 Olds "88" Sedan. Blue finish. Tradio Heater White Wall tires. Like now one owner. Stock no. 104. 1949 Pontiac 2-door Scrimm Iliili r. Emlio in i tit Ami i these prices in effect Friday and saturday Only Quality motors your Buick Pontiac dealer for mom than 20 atari 143 East Cherei Street 6301 local area National due to the Latt hour at which go to it Art Able to bring you All game when Thi flu hit. The Only paper circulated n the pee Dee offering this service to their readers

Search all Florence, South Carolina newspaper archives

All newspaper archives for May 20, 1955