Florence Morning News Newspaper Archives Nov 15 1957, Page 5

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Florence Morning News (Newspaper) - November 15, 1957, Florence, South CarolinaFriday morning november in 1957 the Florence morning news. Florence 8. Page i a Panama cast Kitty Jho Wheeler left is the charming flirt Toopsie in the up coming Florence Little theatre production of the Panama game november 19. She has appeared in four previous Little theatre productions including Snow White and Date with Judy and began acting in Junior High school. She has studied at Lander College where she had the Lead in Brigadoon in her freshman year. In the Center is Robert Brenner manager of Hartsville manufacturing co., garment factory in Panama he acts the part of or. Hosier manager of the Panama factory. A newcomer to the Little theatre he is from Man Hattan new York City studied business at Nyu. This will be his first stage appearance. At right is Whiteford Smith promotion manager for a Bow a native of Charlotte n. C., who plays Vernon mines the time study Man in the musical comedy. He attended Duke graduating with a business degree. He appeared in Home of the Brave at Duke Ond has performed Here in comin round the you can t take it with end my sister he s Secretary for the Little theatre s Board of directors. Photos by Strickland Post office Box orders behind Here engineers in water see 350 per cent use Here by 1982 Haskell m. Thomas Florence s postmaster told Florence Kiwan ians yesterday that the 941 lock boxes at the local office Are in adequate and that he has had on requisition for two years 120 More such boxes. If and when the new boxes come lie said they will temporarily re Lieve the current demand. He said there would be no room for any further expansion however be cause there is not any More space. Thomas said that pieces of first class mail and other class mail go1 out from Florence each Day while pieces of first class mail come in together with pieces of other classes. Revenue of the Florence Post office totals each year he said mostly from Stamps. Thomas explained that the pub Lic has gone along with us quite Well on reduced operating hours. The postmaster said the Post of five employees 63 persons and that seven trucks and four bikes Are used. These cover 13 City delivery routes. Four Rural carriers travel rom Here each Day in their own cars travelling a total of 228 Miles daily serving families. During the Christmas Rush sea son he said we will use All our employees and All substitutes in edition to 16 special employees most y College boys. We also use additional vehicles from the National during his talk. Thomas took occasion to say that the men in the Post office really put in hard working Days. They Are about As lard working government employees As we have in the the water demand will increase gingers estimated. 850 per cent in Florence in the these figures on water con next 15 years engineers Esliman sumption were forwarded to e. L. De yesterday on the basis of the Shull Leader of the watershed increase in consumption since 1932. Planning team now gathering Lech the 1982 demand should be around 381 million Gallons the in Nical data for the proposed Lake Florence construction. Carlisle director address teachers at county meet col. James f. Risher of Bam Berg s Carlisle military Academy was guest speaker tuesday night at the first meeting of the Flor. Ence county education Assn. At Poynor Junior High school cafe Teria. Rishor walked on the Factor of safety in modern presiding at the meeting was r. L. Cockfield association presi Dent. Toastmaster was the Rev. J. Boss Johnson and music was provided by mrs. H. L. King mrs. Earl Brown end mrs. Carl by Man. Guests at the supper meeting included sen. And mrs. Clyde Gra Ham or. And mrs. E. M. Hicks 0. S. Aiken or. And mrs. D. Munn or. And mrs. Murray Mclendon and or. And mrs. Fred Perry. Whether the City will use water from the Lake will be ,1982 at three billion 391 million the preliminary estimate showed. This represents an annual in crease of 5.3 per cent. The average daily pumping in 1956-57 was. Gallons and the maximum Day occurred june 11, 1956, when Gallons Iacre the engineers said. Weighing Factor in the completion by 1982i the daily average of the Wojecki i should be around Gallons City Council last month author the d around feed b. B. Barber and they added of Columbia to undertake a the purp0se of Esti lengthy study of Florence s water storage in sources and needs in conjunction g it appears he swamp with the Lake study. The engineers were asked to sub Mil a preliminary estimated re port As soon As possible on future consumer demand. The engineers reported that the City experienced ils Peak consume Tion in the 1956-57 fiscal year he summer the Engineer indicate when Gallons used by customers. This exceeded by four per cent the consumption in fiscal 1955, which included the dry sum Mer of 1954. The 1956-57 pump age represents on increase of 363 per cent a or 1931-32 and an increase of 350 per cent is estimated for 1982, making the total requirement in will have no flow for about three months in the driest summer based on 1954 the Engi neers wrote. However the City experiences ils highest water consumption in de and by 1982 would require about one billion 15 million Gal ions during june july and a gust. This would require drawing off acre feet in storage water the report said. At its Junction with Polk swamp Black Creek has a drainage area of about 467 Miles and probably a minimum flow Between 20 and 30 cubic feet per second or 13 to 20 million Gallons per Day. South Carolina s Best Selling straight Bourbon an old fashioned whisky. The mild taste tells the Story. Bottled in Bond 86 proof w it v2 pint of Muin mini Man w mtr Numi i Immi emf Hinnir a Tim comm it Munn. N he said. Over the nation the postmaster commented me Post office has two serious problems financial difficulties and an outmoded system. Revenue from the Post office lie said goes to the u. S. Treasury not the Post office which is limited to a set appropriation from con Gress. Since 1953, Thomas said postmaster Gen. Summerfield and president Eisenhower have urged Congress to Lake the Burden of mail costs from taxpayers to the users he cited in particular magazines and newspapers As not paying their share of the Load. He said state farm bureaus open state convention sunday Charleston nov. 14 t h e South Carolina farm Bureau federation kicks off its annual Conven Tion Here sunday. Several Hun dred delegates from Over the state Are expected to gather Here for the three Day convention. During the convention the farm group will take up agricultural problems relative to tobacco cot ton truck crop and livestock production. Joe Blount of Loris vice presi Dent of the state organization will preside at the convention s first general session at 10 . Mon Day. Mrs. Margaret Ervin of Flor ence vice chairman of the a c. Farm Bureau women will pre Side at a luncheon meeting for Bureau women monday. A Talent contest for county Talent winners will be held monday night and a miss s. Farm Bureau will be selected tuesday night. Florence county delegates to the convention will bet mrs. L. Sexton Florence miss Margaret Ervin s. H. Ervin and Harry Harllee Back swamp j w. Swink Effingham w. D. Boling Pamplico b. Fitch and h. A Mckenzie Lake City Karl Floyd Olanta f. E. Weaver jr., Hannah h. J. My gee and e. Cartey Timmonsville. Alternates from Florence county will be Calvin Yarborough Mars Bluff j. H. Mcelveen and Earl Davis Timmonsville f. E. Weaver sr., Hannah p. A. Weaver and or. R. E. Saverance Pamplico and Tom Williamson Woodville. Notice to creditors All persons having claims or de mands against the estate of Eura Mclaug Liri deceased Are re Quested to present the same itemized and verified to the undersigned duly qualified executor of said estate within the time prescribed by Law six months and All per sons indebted to the said estate Are asked to make prompt pay ment to the undersigned. Albert w. Mclaughlin Roure Effingham s. That Reader s digest annually causes a Post office deficit of about a million dollars. Thomas said that the Post office is obligated to deliver on Rural routes newspapers without a pub Lisher paying any Lee. This is con ined however to Rural deliveries rom Post offices lower than first class. The three first class Pott offices in Florence county for in stance receive a fee for each paper delivered based on the advertising Content of the Issue. Thomas was introduced by or. Julian Price program chairman. Bill Blackwel presided in the absence of Ben Dozier president. Phone before noon for your Money later same Day 1 Yousely Coyour own repayment plan up to 41ooo Coth monthly Man Ftp pay Vnti the above Dou not Inelda Mutual finance Thrift corporation of Florencs 184 North Irby Street phone 2-1576 Aiken Anderson Camden Charleston Columbia Greenville Orangeburg Rock Hill Spartanburg Sumter so ways a 08 Plymouth ran 58.ooo Miles equal. To re than twice and it drove every Inch of the Way i we knew this car was Tough. We designed it that Way. That s Why we weren t afraid to give Plymouth the toughest True test run of All All America As the we did t coddle this Plymouth. Did t crate it and ship it from place to place. We aimed it out of los Angeles one misty morning and sent it through a course that ran Miles through 37 states. The time limit Only 58 Days. A thousand Miles a Dan the equivalent of 6 years driving crammed into Little More than 8 weeks three times this Plymouth crossed the Rockies. Three times it wound its Way up and Down across the country passing through More than 1200 cities and towns. Whipping Over turnpikes creeping through City traffic. Narrowing Down its Way through Miles of rutted detours. And when the Drivers turned the key to end the Mara Thon it still looked ran and Rode like new. This is what lasting value really Means. The ability to take everything that Ameri can roads and weather can dish out and come up i inning. Why Don t you give Plymouth a test drive you la see what we mean. That s the Plymouth track Naif just look at that Routs every possible Road and weather condition. Plymouth ran every Inch of that murder us route s times in just 58 Days. What greater proof of lasting built in stamina ahead for keeps Star of the Forward look

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