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Florence Morning News (Newspaper) - November 5, 1957, Florence, South CarolinaTuesday morning november the Florence morning news. Florence 8. C. get s Nevy ambulance by a staff writer Cue equipment including artificial Hartsville n6v. 4 the respirators oxygen administration Rescue squad s new ambulance has been delivered and is now awaiting further equipment before being ready for use. Robert h. Goodson president of the Rescue squad said today that considerable additional equipment is still needed to Complete the unit. Plans Abe now to equip the squad for any Type of Regency he said. Donations to the Rescue squad fund Are still being accepted it was pointed out. Present plans Call for the enlistment of 30 volunteers in the Rescue Goodson said. He added that the squad will be divided into three units. Each Junit will master a single phase of Rescue work such As water Highway Accident or fire not quite ready to Roll Cortsville Rescue squad s new ambulance delivered the Van Type ambulance will be and other types of equipment. The ambulance is now parked fire department where it is being inspected by Cortsville citizens. This week but still waiting on some needed equipment morning news photo equipped with All of the latest res flu epidemic Coker College still open by Robert Raymond morning news roving reporter Hartsville nov. 4 the flu epidemic has not knocked us out. But it has certainly slowed us according to Coker col Etc publicity director Sisson. Prof. Robert e. Fort of our music the director who doubles As to be presented Warr Downs Federal integration stands special to the Cwi Darlington nov. 4 the South has the unfortunate task of coping with a Federal govern ment whose Csc by Arm is Bent upon completely eliminating our Public and our private policy of separation of the Hep. 0. L. Warr of Darlington county declared. He addressed the Darlington county life underwriters Assn. At its luncheon meeting Here. R. D. Hayes of Carlsville president of the Assn., presided. Warr said that the supreme court had acted unconstitutionally but he added it is useless to argue further about it. No one will listen he said. The state s remedy he said Well might prove to be a hard one. If we mean to maintain separation of the races then we Are going to he forced to change our present method of operating pub Lic institutions of every he find. The Federal government can Force integration in Public institutions. It cannot Force us to oper ate Public institutions As such we May not like a course of action which involves the abolition of our school system As we have known it in the past and its operation by other Means. I wish that i could Point to some easier Choice. There is no other that i an see. Nor is such a task in Superable if we will tax our ingenuity and exert our Best ener Gies to that the greatest National prob Lem he said is president Eisen Hower. Regardless of what May have Een his merits in the past the advancement of age and the encroachments of disease have left Iii but a senile old Man who is now in his dotage and these United states arc More completely and More dangerously devoid of executive than at any period since Garfield Lay unconscious from an Assassin s Warr said that the Prosperity of Darlington county and South car Olina generally depended upon the traction of sufficient industries to provide Job opportunities. He pointed out that Darlington by has seen great expansion in its existing industries but has Hac Small Success in attracting new ones. For this he placed a High a rate and Large Public indebtedness. Warr urged As lures to Industry efficiency and Economy in govern mint a pay As you go plan elimination of the last vestiges of the fee system in Public offices Anc uniform schedules of pay for county employees. Member of the English faculty at he local girl s Scho Olaid that 5 per cent of the students were absent from classes on account of influenza epidemic. Our infirmary has been filled to capacity and we Are now using some of our dormitories for infirm he explained. Play Day during which 200 High school students from Over the state were to have been enter aimed on the Campus was be Henlly cancelled on the advice of the College physician or. W. L. Byerly. Sput ii reported Over Myrtle Beach Myrtle Beach nov. 4 at sputnik ii was reported seen hurtling Over Myrtle Beach last night just before Midnight. Mrs. John Moshoures said she sighted the speeding object at . She said she glimpsed it Between two Trees flying South Ward and leaving a Trail of Light behind it. Mrs. Moshures said it had vanished before she could attract her husband s attention. There was one report that sput Nik ii was due Over Charleston 90-Odd Miles from Here at . The Moshoures had gone ont Side to see if they could find it. Yankee Pitcher Whitey Ford and welterweight Boxer Tony Dibiase grew up in the same Astoria Long Island neighbourhood. Maurice Richard of the Montreal canadians scored 50 goals during i tween now and the Christmas the 1944-45 National hockey league it was explained. Season. Fayetteville boy could have do of cyanide Poison Fayetteville n.c., nov. 4 if authorities tonight awaited the results of an autopsy to team whether a 15-Monoi-old boy died of cyanide used to fumigate his Home.1 Ratley was found dead in bed after his parents re turned from a Hospital where they had taken his brother Wayne 4, two other Ratley children who like Wayne had begun vomiting were left Home with Johnny Larry who slept through it ail never to awake. The parents or. And mrs. Grady the Camden Road Section a few Miles South of Here took the Hospital Ter Day after he became unconscious they left their other three children in care of a relative who lives nearby. 1957-58 officers the Lander College chapter of future business leaders of America officers this year include from left Joyce Foxworth Marion Secretary Alma Patterson Darlington treasurer Ruth Ann Garrick Easley reporter and Margaret Gray Laurens second vice president. The purpose of the f. B. L. A. Is to promote better business education. Photo of Lander news Bureau easy hair Jet Lack Naf looking Troisi appearing Botler ill 22 Matei it Home Black strand hair colouring unpaid new look to old like Mijic. Does t with or tub 08, need Only u new Hilt or cml out. M every package. Feed. Complete us tent Only 75c plot of or Klim Black strand Naomi in. 111 i. A Jijin. Map i. N out Side of this we Are main Taining a regular schedule Here in spite of the said the director our annual Beauly Cutie con test will be held next monday in the auditorium at 8 p. he asserted also our class play will be presented next week. Or. Sisson explained that the class play entitled the curious has an All girl cast. It was rewritten so no male parts would be required. It is being directed by Benja min f. Bray who has written some successful plays the director enumerated other events to be presented at j Coker As scheduled. The drama club will present j a play on november 22 and there j will be a recital on the Organ by editor quizzes South survival Atlanta nov. 4 South Ern on racial Segre gation declared tonight that the South must be heard and under stood on this Issue if the Republic is to survive. 4 i do not say that the country will die if the Federal government continues to enforce explained editor Thomas r. War i ing of the Charleston news and courier. People can live under tic most difficult and obnoxious circumstances. Generations have i a Way of adjusting. But the Republic As we have known it. A combination of local and National authorities tailored to the needs of every Section will disappear if this race prob ice is not i the South carolinian conceded that advocates of segregation arc outnumber cd but declared. Sooner or later right will he charged professional agitators j greedy political and others arc arrayed against us am thai j brainwashing is practice in the South As Well As elsewhere. I believers in segregation he counselled should hold Down Ilic crackpots and stand firmly but calmly for their cause persuade but not uiilujjonlzi1." Waring slated his views in a speech prepared for delivery lit Emory University As one of a series under tin1 heading. Kuji tors View the lit Lias been widely in demand As an exponent of the Southern viewpoint since writing an article for Harper s Magazine on the Issue. He said that the pattern of Rac Ial separation often changes and i left alone would work itself out in the Normil course. As an example to cited the. 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Front St. Pm. 5925 authorized Imo distributor san for the total Range of banking services for than it a Day White if Evardi Tifi valuables with a South j Safe do potty Box. Erf Jehnwn i boy will oel a College education de t saving for h now at South Carolina notional. E. L Cibotti served and Prelec Ted through Many thong to the continuity of fhe Trot deportment of South Carelena National Al Moody used to say where did my Money before opened a checking account at South Carolina National. Joe Ripley Cut hit Auto financing Cott at South Carolina National. How South Carolina National Home improvement Loon made j. Anthony House o Home. Serving South Carolina and America in these communities Anderson Belton Charleston Cheraw Columbia Dillon Florence Greenville Gbo Beetown it. Pleasant naval bask Newbert North Cha Kinston Pickens St. Matthews Seneca Sumter with these services automobile Loans business Loans Home improvement Loans life insurance Loans personal Loans business checking accounts Regulas checking accounts special checking accounts savings accounts Bank m your automobile Bane by mail Cashiers checks night depository Safe Deposit boxes Trust services condensed resources Cash and due from Banks. U. S. Government securities state and municipal obligations other Bonds notes and debentures Federal Reserve Bank Stock Loans and discounts including 000.00 Federal funds sold banking House furniture and equipment 32 offices other resources statement of condition october 11, 1957 liabilities capital common surplus undivided profits Reserve under Sec. 166, int. Rev. Code for any failure losses Reserve Federal income taxes Reserve other deposits total resources total liabilities South Carolina National Bank corpor Tom main office 260 w. Evans St. Phone 2-3234 Branch office orc it 101 e. Evans St. San inca ians in thin area Cheraw Sumter Shaw am Bam

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