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Florence Morning News (Newspaper) - November 3, 1957, Florence, South CarolinaPage 2-a the Florence a. C. Sunday morning november 8, 1957 chieftain the appearance of Hardtop styling is incorporated in the Pontiac for 1958 i it Sedan models. This four door chieftain shows multiple headlights tasteful Grille treatment and Pontiac s new fender design. Pontiac unveils 16 models november 9 Al i styling hew sixteen ail new models in four by a dream series of two family sports Type present by Pontiac. In 1958, general motors Golden Jubilee year. A new body new Chassis new tempest 395" a a engine new optional equipment and a new Bon Neville series of family size dream cars Mark what the division Calls the boldest Advance in 50 the new Fontics go on display in Florence november 9 at Quality motors 427 n. Irby St. In addition to the top of the line Bonneville convertible and sport Coupe Pontiac offers other new innovations for 58. Among them Are a convertible in the lowest priced chieftain Lineride sus pension As an option an All models along Wilh improved fuel injection introduced by Pontiac last year. The new tempest 395" v-8 engine is bigger than Ever with Dis placement increased 347 to 370 cubic inches and designed to deliver Power where most needed the traffic Range. Pontiac engineers list 88 new features in the 1958 models and 135 separate safety features. New direction styling accentuates the car s Long Low wide look. The Low horizontal Grille is topped by dual twin head lamps and rises above the heavy bumper which incorporates massive Park ing and signal lamps. The missile Type Side mouldings sweep Back to concave flares in the rear fender and Frame distinct uni series markings. The Bonne Ville has in addition four Simu lated front fender lovers. From the rear of the 1958 Ponti Aci will be immediately recognizable by dual twin Tail lamps above Oval chromed Back up lamp ports and the simply styled trunk lid bears Chrome handles on each Side of the superbly fashioned name plate. In addition to the five passenger Bonneville convertible and the sport Coupe Pontiac has for 1958, the Star chief series consisting of two and four door Catalina a four door Sedan with slim Center pillar and a custom safari station Wagon. The super chief line includes two and four door Catalina and a slim pillar four door Sedan. The chief Tain series is led by the converti ble new in this line two and four door Catalina two and four door slim pillar sedans and a two seat and a four door station Wagon. A total of 21 solid colors and recommended two tone paint combinations Are offered some in the new acrylic lacquers while interiors ate color matched in fabric and leather. On 122" and 124" wheelbase the new Pool macs Are As much As 4.5 inches lower in height Are 2.2 inches wider and As much As 8.7 inches longer Overall. Passenger leg room has been increased by 4.5 inches ample head room is retained and Luggage space is in arged. A new sculptured instrument pail has key instruments grouped before the Driver for Quick Safe Reading through the deeply recessed two spoke steering wheel. A non Glare instrument panel paint protects against Glar. Leading an exceptional Parade Santa Clous barred from Parade Walhalla nov. 2 in _ not even Santa Claus will be Al Lowed in the Walhalla Christmas Parade. The town s annual Christmas pageantry set for dec. 14, has barred any indication of commercialism As Well As an appearance of Santa. The 21 floats coming from the Walhalla area will out a Christmas Story theme. Santa however will have to be Content to roam the business District greeting his admirers there. Of optional equipment for the new cars isride suspension new for passenger cars in the. Middle Price Range which give an Ever level ride regardless of Load or Road conditions. Pontiac s fuel injection introduced last year has been improved and tailored for the new bigger engine. Super Hydra malic transmission Power brakes Power steering Power operated windows four Way Power seat with a new memo Matic vice which returns it to a pre selected setting Are other extras As is a Speedo meter which Buzz when a set Speed is exceeded a Safe to track differential which eliminates rear wheel slip a new split front seat Back lock to prevent seat tilt on sudden stops a new door lock warning lamp and a new combination car and portable transistorized radio. Notable too is the availability of radio rear seat speakers on convertibles As Well As station wagons a special decor option on chieftain models and a new adjustable inside Sun visor. Clarelyn identified accessory control Are conveniently arranged on the instrument panel within easy reach. Deaths funerals Russell Long Conway nov. 2 r Ussell William Long three and a half year old son of Woodrow Wilson and Dorethea Martin Long Maple Section of Horry county died in a local Hospital Al a. Saturday following an extended illness. Funeral services will be h e 1 d from the Maple Baptist Church at 3 Pirn. Sunday with the Rev. Earl Vaughn officiating. Burial will follow in Thompson cemetery. The child was born May 23, 1954. He had been sick his entire life with what was diagnosed As an incurable illness in november 1955. He spent considerable time in a Wilmington n.c., Hospital and a Conway Hospital. When Able he regularly attended Maple Baptist Church sunday school. Survivors include the father and Mother one brother Woody w. Long jr., it. A Conway two Sis ters Rosemary Long Evangeline Long All of the Home the Pater Nal grandmother mrs. Sally Clayton Long it. 1, Conway the maternal Grandfather Hallie f. Martin it. 3, Conway Church of Pamplico and the Rev. 21yde Clearman of Smithfield a 3. Burial will be in the Church cemetery. Pallbearers will be Liminie Ken Nedy Jessie Eaddy Jack flow ers j. T. Flowers Buck Gibbs and Herbert Flowers. Or. Jones was born june 12, .887, in Florence a son of he. Late Alexander and Letha Turner Jones both natives of Flor ence county. He was a member of it. Elan free will Baptist Church. Surviving Are his widow mrs. Beulah Hartfield Jones of Pampli of one daughter mrs. Exie de Vitt of Columbia two Sisters mrs. Lenry Flowers and mrs. L. A. Kennedy both of Pamplico also to grandchildren and two great grandchildren. The body will be at the Sotudeh mire funeral Home until time to be taken to the Church at . Maxie Lee Gilbert Hartsville nov. 2 Maxie Lee Gilbert ,66, died Early Satur Day morning at his Home on col lege Avenue following a Short ill Ness. He was born and reared in Lee county a son of the late re Becca outlaw and Dove Gilbert. Surviving Are his widow who before marriage was Mary mad Galine lurid three daughters mrs. Claude Mattie Lou and miss Barbara Anne Gilbert of Hartsville five sons Maxie jr., of Richmond va., Woodrow of Orangeburg Jerome w. Of Harts Ville Jesse Athens ga., and tin by Gilbert of Chicago 111. Three Brothers Lance Payton and Ray mond Gilbert Hartsville and three Sisters mrs. Ransome Hill mrs. E. J. Marsh and mrs. J. R. De fee Hartsville eleven grandchildren. Funeral arrangements will be announced by the Brown penning Toa funeral Home. 0. J. Jones or. Drum Jefferson Jones. 70, Armer of it 2, Pamplico died at . Saturday at his Resi Dence after an illness of More Han three years. Funeral services will be c o n ducted at . Sunday in it. Elon free will Baptist Church by the. Pastor of the Church the Rev. W. B. Rogers and Rev. Julius Vause pastor of Beulah Baptist miss Clara Campbell Darlington nov. 2 miss Ara Campbel daughter of the late William Timmons Campbel and Sarah Elizabeth Howie Camp died Friday afternoon in the Mcleod infirmary in Florence. Funeral services will be con ducted at. The residence 524 Cas Hua St., in Darlington at 3 p. M., by the Rev. William s. Jones assisted by the Rev. T. Elli son Simpson. Interment will be in Black Creek cemetery near Dar. Lington. Miss Campbell was born in Darr and received her education in St. John s High school and Columbia commercial College. Throughout her life she was a. Member of the first Bap. Is Church and was Active in Omen s work having taught in he sunday school for a number of years. Miss Campbell was a .a.r., a member of the Darling on historical society and the Darington music club. She was a a Ember of the Jon k. Mclver . Chapter for Many years. Survivors include four tors. Mela Campbell Davis of Hartsville mrs. Lucy Campbell Myndall of Harriman tenn., and Fliss Elizabeth and Edith Camp Bell of the Home. Park Lane series the largest most luxurious Mercury Ever built new Park Lane series is designed for the upper medium Price bracket including the Park Lane convertible a Phaeton Coupe and a Phaeton Sedan pictured Here. New Mercury line widens Choice in medium Range with a new super Mercury series called the Park Lane and major styling and engineering changes in its full line of cars Mercury for 1958 will Blanket the medium Price Market with a total of 20 models. The new Park late with three models is the biggest and most luxurious Mercury Ever built. It has a wheelbase of 125 inches and it is 220.2 inches Long nine inches longer than the 1957 Mercury. Florence Mercury dealer is Cox Fitz motors 604 s. Irby St. Performance throughout the engine driving Range is provided in a series of four new Mercury marauder overhead valve v-8 engines with horsepower ranging from 312 to 400. These new engines feature such unique engineering concepts As water jacketed intake manifold and combustion Chambers in the engine Block rather than in the we specialize in Millwork and no request too simple or too hard from Thi simple straight line mouldings to the artistic designed cornices Murray Mitchell prides itself on the Quality workmanship on each piece of Millwork ordered. If we do not have the design Well make Itu Murray Mitchell building Supply Millwork key. Phone 8264 Ollie. Windham Sumter nov. Wind Ham 86. Of Yuniter died at his residence on Manning ave. After a illness of several months. Funeral services will be held at 4 . Sunday at the Penni costal holiness Church in Lamar con ducted by the a. I. And the Rev. Frank Williams. Burial will be in Zion methodist Church cemetery near Lamar. Or. Windham was Horn in Dar Lington county on aug. 6, 1871. He was a son of the late or. And mrs. John e. Windham. He was ired Farmer and had lived in la Nar for Many years until moving to summer several months ago surviving Are six Windham Earlie Windham George Windham Willie Reed Windham Edmond Windham. And Clarence Windham All of Lamar seven daughters mrs j. R. Kolb mrs. Bubber Lee mrs. Walker Ander son and mrs. Edzard Mccoy All of Sumter and mrs. Payton Ander son mrs. Josie w. Windham and mrs. Billy Windham All of la mar one brother Jack Windham of Lamar one Sis Ter mrs. Ena Windham of Lamar 45 grandchild Ren and 49 great grandchildren. The body will remain at the residence at 408 Manning ave. In Sumter until 3 . Sunday. Kist Ter funeral Home of Darlington has charge of arrangements. Cylinder head. Fullcushion suspension which improves the ride by greatly reducing pitch and other Road driving distr Bances this suspension uses ail As springing medium instead of Stee and it maintains the height of the car at a constant level regardless of number of passengers. In a major styling change Al front end Sheet Metal in the 195 Mercury is new and features a longer lower Hood which Carrie a Graceful step up to the cowl new fender lines blend with a heavier bumper Grille and incorporate Quadri beam headlights As Standard equipment. Long deep channelled fide pro pc discs Wilh outrigger Tail lights and a restyled thin roof line with narrower Quarter posts and greater rent roof overhang accentuate Mercury s Crisp appearance and give it a Low fast Silhouette. Living room luxury is provided in the interiors All color co Oral nned to complement t h e attractive array of exl prior body colors. Four transmissions Are offered deluding a new merc-0-Mulic Multi drive automatic transmission which gives flexibility in in Levi do in driving requirements or Multi drive has three for Ward ranges cruising Ranee which a cols Normal driving needs a High performance Range for fast acceleration and Hill control or of Range Lor maximum eng no Ink Long on extremely Steep grades or for extra pulling Power a Hill Minier opera los in cruising Range preventing inc car from flipping when slopping of sleep Multi drive is Standard on thu Park Limo models option Al on nil Olsen. Irene Mclaughlin Hartsville nov. 2 irem two year old daughter of or. And i s. Charlie c. Me Laughlin died in expectantly Fol lowing a Short illness saturday morning. Funeral services will be help at 4 p. Sunday from Pente costal holiness Church. The Rev Robert Stewart will have charge interment will be in the Cotton Mill cemetery. Surviving Are her parents and three Brothers Claude Donald and Legrand Mclaughlin one Sis Ter Darlene Mclaughlin her maternal grandparents or. And mrs Paul r. Gainey Lancaster Hei paternal grandmother mrs. Mag Gie Mclaughlin. The Hod is at the Home. Forecast precipitation is expected today Over a Large portion of the United states with rain from new England to the Mississippi and the Middle Atlantic states Ohio and Fennessee valleys. Rain is expected d also from Texas to Southern California coast and Snow in Minnesota and parts of the Central Plains. A photo fax map r 77 so Howu 76 St pee Dee weather facts data from the United states Veather Bureau in Florence for 24-hour period ending at ast night. Temperatures highest 77 year ago 82. Lowest 54 year ago 63. Mean.66 year ago 73. A. 55 p. 65. Rain none year ago none. Total this month none. Deviation from Normal minus 4. Total this year 37.60. Deviation from Normal minus 34. Sunrise m. Sunset m. Myrtle Beach High a. P. Low a. P. River stages at 8 a. Wateree Camden no report. Great pee Dee Cheraw 6.4 fall great pee Dee Pef fide no report. S. Lynch Effin Ghani 13 falling. Ine associate do press weather Bureau report of Ilgah Lait 12 hours Low Lait 19 hours and rainfall last 24 ending 7 . R selected areas h l it. Station h i my. 66 51 ,09 Knox vice 70 38 57 39 l Angeles 56 .03 Ebany Albu que Amarillo she Villa to Nita Lar Ham bismark s3 41. 39 7.1 7 76 Louisville 61 41 Memphis 76 57 .1 Miami 7 62 Minn sir 49 45 .34 bling re 69 51 new York 62 55 .16 Boston 56 54 .50 Norfolk 61 58 .12 Buffalo 51 41 .04 Omaha 4438 a. Hat n m 57 .01 okla City. 57 so Cna Aton 75 53 Phylli c095 .54 Charlotte Chicago 54 my .05 Fitts Burf k 43 Cuminti 40 pored me 5 54 a Clevel d column s Denver Detroit Duluth Elpaso it Galves n grf Meta Jack Volle Kan City 58 40 bal Elan 68 35 re com d 36 32 .17 St. Louis 57 38 e Antonio 44 41.50 san fran 75 51 Savannah Seattle Spokane Tampa Wash ton 72 m ton 57 41. 78 52 is 49 .02 Wum ton 70 54 .01 65 56 33 .71 81 69 249 77 47 53 35 4727 7653 cd 51 .19 65 5 .02 Anchor once protect Pels and property while it id i dcw1 Beauty to your Home and grouoda.1, it s a perfect background for ing stir Obj and vines. Nationally known Anchor Fence never annual painting. Bru Ruon Supply co. Darlington g. C. Phone 69 Jack Boddie Florence s. C. Phone 9558 no Down payment ence 36 month to 33-3h .02 n orc and 82 58 Don t be misled i. D. Young by or. J. D. Young sick people Are More frequently than other Wise unaware of spine failure in cases of sick Ness pain and disease. Spine failure does not always produce pain or discomfort in the Back unless there is acute backache or Lumbago but Don t be misled. In the great majority of cases the effects of spine failure Are observed at some Distant Points Remote from the spine such for example As neuritis in the Arm or leg headache or malfunction in one or More vital organs. Because of this fact excused for not immediately recognizing the location of or illness As being in the spine. If you have been doctoring for some time find yourself relieved but not entirely Well might it not be Wise to try something differ ent some new approach and Means to locate and remove the cause rather than treating the effect r in the spirit of a sincere helpfulness it May be suggested that you consult a modern chiropractor. It May Mark the Day when you Start on the Road to vibrant health. A Public education article Fri Relerf by or. J. D. Young whose clinic is located at 415 w. Palmetto St. In Florence. Telephone 2-2991. Lady attendant on duty Young chiropractic clinic 415 w. Palmetto St. Florence s. C. Phone 2-2991 dividend payable december 31, 1957 Reward yourself the worry proof Way when finances Are needed suddenly for an to meet an no substitute for ready Money. You la find your savings earning on insured safety Here and pro vide you Wilh a comforting safeguard for the future. Start that savings account Here and now. Each account insured up to Security building loan association 200 Evant St., save with Security Floronce s. It r. Barringer a Choi. Shaw Vlot he Lucas trip tourer a. W. Elliott ant

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