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Florence Morning News (Newspaper) - May 21, 1955, Florence, South CarolinaFlorence morning news. Florence 8. C saturday morning May 21, 1955 magistrate s jury frees Man on drunk driving charge by Arthur s. Beauchamp morn Iris news staff writer despite the testimony of two vet eran state Highway patrolmen thai bottles were introduced As Evi Tidence As taken from Matthews Ca when he was apprehended. A third bottle also was found in the car the Driver was March under the patrolman said but was the Only eight minutes of deliberation was necessary for a six Man jury to free a 43-year-old Florence Railroad worker on cd rfcs of Drunken driving yester in Florence magistrate s Mes Cleveland Matthews 707 e cd cacs St., was jailed May being arrested for drunk driving on u. S. 301-76 near the City limits. State Highway patrolman c j. Dunbar with eight years service with the slate Highway de ariment testified that Matthew drove from one Side of the Roa to the other and at times was dry ing entirely on the left Side of the he added that traffic was heavy when he made arrest about p. M. The patrolman said that mat thews was staggering but Rowdy and begged me to take him Home and freely admitted that h had been drinking and out with the wrong two near empty half pint whisky drugs saccharin 1000 1 gr.69c b. C. Powder------15c aspirin too------14c Doans pills.59c suppositories infant or adults 22c produced in court. Matthews whose Bond was seat s55 by the Highway patrolman spent the night in jail and was freed under a s200 Straw Bond order by magistrate Peter d. By men. H. L. Kennedy a passenger hair special Price on Home permanents Noree rinse eau Denna 49c Black strand 49c Long Aid or. 69c tint Creme rinse j and j drug co. Free delivery in the Matthews car was booked at the same time As a Public drunk. Kennedy forfeited a Bond on the charge and did nol appear in court yesterday. State Highway patrolman James weeks who is beginning his ninth year on the patrol testified that he was called to the scene to drive the Matthews vehicle to the county mail. I helped get Matt Hows into he weeks said and he was wobbly thick tongued and the odor if alcohol was very Little but denied that he was drunk or staggering. Under Cross examination he said he did not work on the Day of his arrest. Patrolman Dunbar questioning Matthews asked Why deaths and funerals Darling w. Kelly Hartsville May 20 Darlng w. Kelly 67, died this morning it his Home in the Liberty Hil _ Section of Lee county. Or. Kelly did t you summons Kennedy the been Juji for the past three passenger to testify for you to months. Or. Kelly was employed a the Monoco products co. For 21 Matthews replied i Don t think retiring several years ago. He is survived by his widow i need Matthews wife testified that she asked the Highway patrolman not Eula Campbell Kelly two Daugh ters mrs. Wade Hampton Garland to notify the Railroad of the a or h Artville and mrs. Thelburt St. Gran Ham Hartsville one son Lee Morgan an associate Mem by jj4 Hartsville and four re of the Law firm of Waldo Hyman jr., handled the defend ant s Case. Services will be at 3 p. Saturday at Liberty Hill Bap the jury included Claude nor test Church will the Rev. B. L. Wood Auto Salesman Wahlace Smith and the Rev Mack Mclamb Worrell department manager of a officiating. Interment will be in machinery and Mill Supply firm Bia Kweh cemetery. The body will Matthews admitted having two store manager. Donald Calculi Handyman Ben Tollins jr., self employed w. H Sharpe dry cleaning Plant owner and a. L. Bookings department mrs. Lehrha r. Gainey Hartsville May 20 mrs. Leitha r. Gainey 75, died at. A ocal Hospital tonight following a new hours illness. She lived in the Cedar Creek Section of Chesterfield county. Funeral services will be at ced Creek Baptist Church Sunda afternoon at an hour to be bounced later. Burial will be in the Hurch cemetery. Surviving Are five sons Hawoo 3ainey of Darlington Paul of Lan Aster Leo of Patrick Woodrow ind Cecil Gainey of Hartsville to Augh lers mrs. W. H. Griggs c Patrick and mrs. F. C. Griggs o Hartsville 43 grandchildren and 2 great grandchildren a sister mrs Oxie Gainey of Darlington. Presenting annual to miss Novice Kirven is Tippie Foster editor of the florentine at co Lenaghen High school. The students dedicated the annual to miss Kirven and it was presented at ceremonies yesterday. Morning news for new act suit Columbia May 20 a to Jon for a new trial has been filed Lere by the Sonenshine family their personal injury suit filed against the Atlantic coast line Railroad that was heard in Flor ence District court two weeks ago. Ment of an acl train near Dillon. It was the largest personal injury suit Ever filed in South Carolina the Federal jury awarded the Sonenshine 5145.000. A motion to set aside the Verdic of the jury or Grant a new Tria the Sonenshine Philip was made by the plaintiffs for tin Marilyn sued for for personal injuries to the wife and loss of consortium for the bus band arising out of the 1953 derail next big colourful sue of family weekly it Chorev full of interesting features designed for your week end Reading pleasure. There s the article family which tells How and Why the healthful out door pastime of ongoing is becoming increasingly popular. There i the mystery of the ragged an exciting True Story of one of Chicago s most puzzling and bizarre murders. In the picture Story big dealer in Little you la meet the Minnesota Man whose unusual occupation is the raising of Shetland ponies. And the wonderful work being done by a new Jersey welfare Organ nation is related in the Story new eyes for the fashions by Allyn your family weekly Cookbook St chord crossword contest Home furnishings by Patty Johnson s column letters from readers Junior treasure Chest family weekly patterns watch for the May 22 Issue of a i k c it i weekly be at the Home until shortly be fore the services. Mental health fund drive continues Here the Sale of mental health Bells will continue today in downtown Florence by members of the an Chor club High school service club or girls sponsored by the Pilot dub. Two thirds of the Money raised Lere will be used by the Florence Tounley mental health Assn. To establish a mental health clinic Here. The remainder will be used to improve the care of the emotion ally disturbed in South Carolina. The Florence Campaign is in co operation with a statewide drive to raise funds for mental health Edu cation. Handling the Sale of the Bells is he recently chartered Anchor b As their first Community wide service project. M Ary Alice Usatuk and Anne Harper Are pres Dent of the two divisions of the club. I the Bell is the Symbol adopted nationally for belter mental following reason s the amount of the verdict is grossly inadequate. The verdict As to damages is Thi of passion prejudice Caprice. The verdict is contrary to Law the verdict is contrary to Evi dance. The verdict As to damages is contrary to Law and evidence. The verdict As to damages is fail for the. Contrary to the weight of the Evi Deuce. Kipena the verdict As to damages is oni Rary to instructions of the court. The verdict of to damages constitutes a miscarriage of Justice. The verdict As to damages is a fed on evidence which is false. The verdict As to damages is ased upon improper and pre Judi Cal arguments of counsel. The verdict As to damages is based upon undue improper and prejudicial influence. Pee Dee weather facts data from the United states veal her Bureau in Florence for he 24-hour period ending Las ight. Temperature highest 88 year ago 76. Lowest 63 year ago 53. Mean 76 year ago 65. A. M.70 p. M. 77. Rain 0 year ago .10. Total this month 1.81. Deviation from Normal minus 62. Total this year 13.87. Deviation from Normal minus 1.92. Sunrise Sunset Myrtle Beach tides High a. M. P. M. Low a. M. River stages at 8 a. M. Wateree Camden 2.1 rising. Great pee Dee Cheraw 3.5 fall two Mullins men injured in wreck Dillon May 20 two Mullins men were admitted to Mullins hos Pital Early today with injuries sustained in an automobile accidents near Here. They la do it every time by Jimmy Halo Mem the guests wanted to look 4t to Toadstool had this to s4y about the sew medium but tod4v it on the he c4lledim Twe new sive4 listen wree Wys to fixity Notow never watch or c Moh i tothe Kitchen. We u. Kutch Mucins armory dedicated Mullins May 20 armed forces Day was observed in mul Lins today with the dedication of the National guard armory and program of various military Active lies. Opening the program was a concert by the Mullins High Haskel l. Mclean and band. About 38 members of Bain were injured when the car the 291st army band of fort Jack in which they were Riding Over son furnished additional music for turned on a curve of Highway occasion Between muffins and Dillon. J the National guard armory is another passenger in the on West Marion Street and Jack Graham was not seriously was opened in january 1954. Injured. This building is Headquarters for Mclean was driving the car at the 2c3rd tank g. A lie time of the Accident Accord ing to patrolman Frank Hayes who investigated. Officers and enlisted men of the Mullins National guard and visit ing military personal lunched a the armory. A promotion ceremony a held when Ferrell d. Holiday o Charleston commanding officer o b company 203rd, tank Batalion was advanced from first lieutenant to Captain. He was commissioned by maj. Gen. J. C Henna Gan. Willie c. Brown funeral services for Willie c. Brown son of mrs. Willoby Brown 712 Douglas St., will be at d. M. Sunday in Trinity Baptist Church with Rev. J. J. Abney pastor officiating. Burial will be the Union cemetery. Miller s funeral Home in charge of arrangements. Feature of the Day s program was a demonstration of name throwers and smoke grenades. The 82nd division of fort Bragg supplied an exhibit of infantry weapons among them were machine guns mor tars and recoil is rifles. Placards attached to Ach exhibit showed the Cost of the military objects. N. Great pee Dee pee Dee a lying. Lynches Effingham 3.1 falling. Washington May 20 Sureau report of temperature and be 2-1 hours ending 7 p.m., Lor a Slickville Atlanta am. Cry Vara Boston Buffalo Charlotte cd noose Chicago Cinci 11. L. 1 r. Station h. W 33 l Rock 74 52 .43lankcles 76 b3 -18 87 81 i .12 Memphis Al 55 Meridian tit g4 .73 Miami 7c 52 mrav Kec 70 42 Tulinn sep 87 fio Mobile fio .16-Montg y 77 70 82 99 79 71 1.56 77 67 .64 77 54 Cleveland 77 50 Columbus Dalla 55 78 57 73 41 at Mcleod infirmary admissions May 20, 1955 miss Mattie Murray Laminar mrs. J. C. Dewitt Darlington mrs. T. D. Wilkes Olanta a Pierce Florence mrs. Jennie Cottingham Dillon Jane Gillespie Pamplico mrs. T. Florence mrs. J. B. Haynes Florence James e. Young Tabor City . Mrs. Buddy g. Wise Johnson Ville mrs. William y. Brownjr. Flor ence mrs. John c. Jeffords. Florence mrs. M. Allensr. Effingham mrs. J. M. Fulton Georgetown mrs. Lizzie Lee. Fairmont . Kenneth c. Mcleod Timmons Villo John Monroe Taylor Iii Mullins miss june Giaise Coward Woodland Mccoll or. Sel lers mrs. Olin Campbell Chesterfield i Scharsch May 19. 1955 Quarles and baby mrs. R. Florence mrs. Bemberg h. Hurries Little Hock George Florence Florence morning n is w. Brycc 111, Jones Florence miss in lick tzium Hartsville mrs. Holn it j. Matthews Uiko City i Linvill a. Hill. Kuftin Jiam Alu ii w. Owens miss finances dulling twin ii nsvilu1 . I will. Film ence Church Flke View Essie Misc gee Fuff Ingham Daisy Stelle Brown Nesmith Wilhemina Hawkins kvell Sellars and baby of find Hiim huh Douclas and baby Tom Annsville or Len Johnson and baby Effingham Elizabeth Darlington j Duluth b2 40 Fresno 97 46 Galveston 73 Houston 85 72 ind Polis 97 56 Jack Ville m Kan City 59 key West 88 76 Montreal Orleans n York .01 n Orlosk .58 Phila Phoenix Pittsburg port me .03 d san Tonio san fran Savannah 8a 60 Seattle 59 43 .46 Tampa by 67 Wash ton 80 64 Wilm ton 86 65 89 68 3.45 76 53 83 61 80 54 98 61 79 51 .01 43 89 55 63 Davy Crockett Indian scout with George Montgomery hell and High water also Prince valiant my Sui vim also Cash Nite extra late show ton ire Hollywood burlesque Tonitte Only hit to Gorcey old Oweby boys Mora color cartoon Black Arrow no. 12 show opens 1 p. A state theatre Wilson senior class play opens monday 1thc senior class of Wilson High school will present the Bishop s a three net play by mar an l. Crawford from inc novel by Agnos Sligh n the Sci Hook auditorium monday Wavd tuesday at p. M. This play is the Story of Hilary Laurens a new minister of St. Matthews Church in a Lanse East Ern City his first pastorate. The Ctm Bers receive him coldly for he tries to help All the people Evem those in Tihe slums near the Church instead of catering to the Difini trades of Tho Church. Hilary Falls in love to tic Dis net of some of the term cirs who ii Ink Hie Rirl is the "prop-1 or wife for minister. But Hilary Wirht 5 for his ideals and the girl be loves. The Bishop s Mantle has an excellent cast a Lush Proi Nistis an evening of Fine dramatic enter Ai Ninon. Today Only what a show b1ng Crosby Bob Hope Roy Rogers in pals of the Golden West lunch supervisors will meet today thi1 Hornce comity ii Iii Lish Assn. Will have its an Clr Clion a Clink fit p. N. Loony at the Junior la Ipoh school. W. A Poston county school superintendent will attend the meet smart parrots new. York May 20 my a Len room Pel shop is Addor Tisler Park rots at to Davy Crockett or another one free Carolina m s mighty spectacle of a City of sin the news events see it from the beginning features air regular prices conditioned the Florence Little theatre presents the Foon is Blue famous coned hit by f. Hugh Herbert last time tonight p. M. Air base theatre this play is adult entertainment i Darlington held theatre opens p. M. O v k in the but set Erthe nation Louiw putdown warned Ocolor fumes Jan. Aldo cinemascope Mona Nancy James Anne

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