Florence Morning News Newspaper Archives Nov 6 1957, Page 12

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Florence Morning News (Newspaper) - November 6, 1957, Florence, South CarolinaFace 12 the Florence morning news Foj Vorence s. C. Wednesday morning november 6, 1957 area news Roundup britons Heck school closed for week due to flu epidemic Marion nov. 5 britons Keck High school was closed for one week beginning monday moral ing because of a flu epidemic. School officials said that 78 Stu dents were absent this 30 per cent of the a Check with the county super intent Dent of education office this morning revealed that the general Rise in absentees might cause other schools to close. Mul Lins and Rains Centenary were particularly threatened last week with 27 per cent of their enrol ment being absent. C. D. Joyner superintendent of Marion graded schools said there were us absentees in the local High school monday morning which is about 14 per cent of the enrol ment however he said Normal teach your children Thrift encourage them to open a savings account at guaranty Bank and Trust go. Main office is w. Evans St. Drive in Branch z6b w. Evans 81. Member Federal Deposit insurance corp. Absentees Are from 8 to 10 per cent and just How Many Are due t the flu could not be assert Intel he stated further that the fac is affecting students of the Higl school More than those of t h grammar grades. Godbold elementary school in Marion had 11 per cent absent with 12 per cent absent at the Easterling grammar school. In the High school of Marion county training school there were 29 per cent absent with 16 per cent absent in the grammar school Aynor to enforce fireworks Law special to the news Aynor nov. 5 Aynor s ordinance prohibiting the shooting of firecrackers within the Towi limits will be strictly enforced on veterans Day according loan announcement made today by Mayo l. E. Thomas. The ordinance which was rat fied oct.-1, provides a penalty o not More than Fine or mor than thirty Days imprisonment for anyone convicted of shooting fire crackers in Aynor. In the past several people hav been injured by firecrackers Dur ing parades and special programs Marlboro 4-h ers in training event special to the news Bennettsville nov. 5 the annual leadership Trainin program and banquet for 4-h Clu officers and leaders of Marlboro wednesday special Grade a fryers in. 29 Hunts 46-oz. Can Tomato juice .25c Piggy wiggly 610 East Pine Street Florence s. C. County will be held thursday evening Boyki Community Center. The ladies of the Boykin Community development association will serve the banquet dinner. The training program will begin at 7 . And the banquet at 8. Joe Blackston assistant county superintendent of schools will have charge of the training f6r 4-h club presidents George Baker of Florence District boys 4-h agent will train the vice presidents of. Program planning. Secretary re porters will be trained by eld Ridge Thompson of Florence and song leaders will be trainee by miss Faye Griggs of Bennettsville. Miss Louise Heriot will Lead the 4-h adult advisers in making plans for the county wide activities of the ensuing year. Speaker for the banquet pro Gram will be sgt. A. E. Fallaw of the South Carolina Highway patrol. Officers of 22 4-h clubs in the county with their leaders will participate in this training and ban Quet meeting. Darlington court adds More jurors special to the news Darlington nov. 5 the court of general sessions convened Here monday with judge Bruce Littlejohn of spartan Bur presiding. Extra jurors drawn for this week s term of court Are the following All from the Darlington area Kenneth r. Anderson Thornsel Byrd Coit e. Broach Paul s. Gas Tern Angelo Psillos f. H. Bryant Paul f. Phillips jr., Herman Swink Thomas Christian Harris Charles , Gus l. Cunning Ham Lawrence e. Graham John Cottingham h. L. Nesbitt j. E. Graham Joseph Henry Stokes g. F. Gandy jr., William b. Johnson Weldon f. Warren Cecil e. Ward. Marion methodists show new unit Marion nov. 5 Marion methodist Church will hold open House sunday afternoon to show of its recently completed educational Plant. The Public is invited to take part in the program which begins at 4 and ends at 6 o clock. Officials of the Church will be on. Hand to Welcome guests and accompany them on a tour of the buildings. Refreshments will be served in the entertainment Hall special invitations to All local Church congregations will to made from respective pulpits sunday morning. A political ring can give one the run around. Corporate tax set for talks before group Columbia nov. 5 of South Carolina s corporate tax Structure comes in for More discussion Here tomorrow when a nine member legislative governors committee holds ils second in a series of Public hearings on the subject. One of the major tasks of the group headed by state sen. R. Jefferiss of Colleton is to look into charges by the state develop ment Board that the slate s corporation taxes Are discouraging new Industry. Several top business leaders supported the assertion at the first hearing oct. 16. Greenville construction executive chafes e. Daniel maintain cd that other South Eastern states have simply stolen the Anarch on Lis by intentionally revising their tax and corporate Law to make themselves More at Tractive . State chamber of Commerce president John s. Linton told the committee that As we attempt to diversify our Industry this corporate tax Law. Should be made More flexible and. Elastic to Sui other types of Industry if we expect to attract them to our bord t in addition to the hearings the committee has started a Survey o state industries and businesses to determine their views on corpor ate taxes. Scheduled to appear tomorrow Are w. B. Love general manager of the motor transportation Assn. Of South Carolina . Hill executive Secretary of the Softli Carolina Railroad and representatives of Chambers of com Merce throughout the state. Committee recommend t i o n s will be filed with the 1958 Genera Assembly. An old fashioned whisky the mild taste i irk m tells the Story. Bottled in Bond 86 proof i.4? a89 j. I opt. Me Moor to Riuo in Bond and it Moor old Hickory Dismus co., a. Bonds sold in Marion Campaign Marion nov. 5 Marion Industrial commission Friday Noti fied officials of Bobbie sportswear lt., inc., that in Bond purchases had been made by Citi Zens of the Community and that the Money was available for the company to use in the cons Ruc Iton of Square foot Addi Tion to the Manning Street Plant. A meeting Friday of members of the and other local business and banking interests showed that to Dale 850 in Bond purchases had been made. Several or the group agreed to sign notes acceptable to local Banks to guarantee the balance of the Money. This made it Possi ble for the Marion Industrial com Mission to give the go ahead signal to Bobbie. However the Bond Sale is still continuing until mrs. Smith s trial set for january Darlington nov. 5 w sol. Robert l. Kilgore said today that mrs. Minnie Lee Smith 29 year old Mother of three charged with murdering her husband will not come to trial until the Janu Ary term of Darlington general sessions court. Mrs. Smith was indicted yester Day of fatally shooting her Hus band Heyward Smith aug. 15. In her statement to police mrs. Smith said she shot her textile worker husband in self defense when he threatened her. Masonic notice regular communication of Amity Lodge. No. 340, . M., will be held Fri Day evening nov. 8 at 8 o clock in the masonic Temple. Members requested to attend visiting masons Welcome. Dan Holloday . B. , Sec. Nov. 6-7-8 the balance of the 000 in Bonds can be sold. Marion National Bank is trustee of the Bond Sale and papers were being drawn this morning for them to give official instructions to the Bobbie firm that the was available. Cary c. Boshamer. President of the firm was out of town and could not the insurance of a con tract for the expansion program. The following firms made bids on the work several months ago Powell and Eskridge of Marion and Mullins Askins of Lake City and Singletary and Fowler of Clarkton . Bennett to make talk i Columbia nov. 6uk Neville Bennett chairman of the South Carolina democratic party is slated to address the Young democrats club of the University of South Carolina tomorrow night. Bennett will talk on the course he thinks the South Carolina democratic party should take in the months ahead. The student dub recently elected these temporary officers Fred Leclerco of Denmark pres ident Pete Martin of Spartanburg vice president Sam Mendelhall of Rock Hill member of the executive committee Fred Day of Utopia must be the place where one can get football tickets and there Are no scalpers. North Charleston Secretary and Robert Bell of Graniteville Frank Easterling of Columbia Billy Watson of Cheraw and Sam still Well of travellers rest members of the publicity committee. Plant opens monday Darlington nov. 5 my mayor Tom Buchanan said today that a Darlington garment factory owned by the Sherman mfg. Co. Of Orange n. J., would Start operations next monday. The Plant to initially employ about 75 persons will make Cotton dresses and uniforms. Eventually the Plant will probably employ about 125 persons Buchanan added. Lever before a car so luxurious so modestly priced 2l70 he dual exhaust 4-barrel car Buret or engine gives one of. 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