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Florence Morning News (Newspaper) - November 20, 1957, Florence, South Carolina12 the Florence morning Florence s. Wednesday morning november 20, 1957 state farm Bureau Agnew reelected to head federation during 1958 Kip. L Mendel Rivers Komi i Tiffou speaker by a news staff writer Charleston nov. 19 an v election of officers highlighted the second Day of the 13th annual convention of the s. C. Farm Bureau federation Here today. E. H. Agnew of Starr was re elected president of the state federation. David Sloan of Mullins was elected vice president for districts succeeding Joe Blunt of Loris. Other officers named included Bureau endorses Sale of Loose Leaf tobacco lint Man boosts agricultural Freedom need new. York nov. 19 Board chairman of a world Cotton trading firm declared today that american agriculture must re gain Freedom from government interference that increases its costs Lamar Fleming or. Of Ander Clayton and co., Houston Texas criticized the government s Price support program in Cotton and agricultural commodities be fore the National foreign Trade convention at the Waldorf Astoria hotel. Fleming said that if Cotton farm ers has been left alone most cot ton production would be mechanized today and american farm ers would be producing Cotton at lower costs than in most foreign areas despite cheap labor costs abroad. He said paternal interference a the form of government Price Wip ports acreage controls and devices to keep up farm in come have Oriiz perpetuated and intensified the problems leaving the sub Standard condition of agriculture As a chronic sore rather incan Healing Fleming said the various government methods of aiding Agri mature have produced a record frustration at Home and of con Fosion be said thai the taxpayer and consumer paid More than one Bil Hon dollars in the current crop year to keep up prices in the James Williams of Norway re elected vice president of District 2 c. R. Of Kinards re Lem. He said the farm Bureau is studying a plan which would establish a european agricultural elected vice president of District Market Center privately financed. Facilitate sales in that area. The opening sessions of the to Day meeting saw the s. C. Bureau s first distinguished ervice award go to the 82-year id Edgefield widow. The award was presented to mrs. Henry c. Mrs. Bess Mccall by president knew. Mrs. Mccall widow of Henry a Mccall has Farmed the Charleston nov. 19 us the . Farm Bureau last night endorsed conditional Loose sales of tobacco opposed equalization or compensatory payments for Cotton and proposed a state tax study roup to examine inequities in agricultural the Soo delegates at the 13th annual meeting here1 heard . Rep. L. Mendel Rivers de scribe the dirt Farmer ast h e vanishing Rivers also strongly scored the Eisenhower administration in an address before the group. E. H. Agnew of Starr Pioneer farm Bureau member in this state presided As the Bureau set Columbia As the site of its 1958 meeting. It was also proposed that the Bureau study a Bill pending in the general Assembly to broaden the Power of Rural electric cooperatives. Rivers told the group the Farmer will Long remember the Price fixing and their extermination by the Eisenhower adminis Only corporation farm ers Are recognized in the Eisen lower Benson Rivers said. The . Congressman charged that this year More Small Busi Ness and Small Farmers will go file Ron Yard than at any tune in the nation s Rivers said the declaration of War on the South had helped make the Eisenhower adm Nistra Ion the greatest disappointment since Adam and we d All be living in a veritable Garden of Eden if As much attention was paid the Small Farmer As the Eisenhower group pays the Rivers said. Mrs. John l. Bennett of Dillon was reelected state chair Man of s. C. Farm Bureau women and miss Margaret Ervin of Flor ence was re elected vice president of the women s group. Newman Buck of it. Pleasant was elected director at Large succeeding l. D. Holmes of Johnston. Agnew delivered his presi Dent s address today to what is described As the largest at Tendance Ever to be present at a convention of the s. C. State farm Bureau. Federation. Yesterday the nearly 300 Dele Gates heard Charles b. Schuman Illinois Gram Farmer describe the present farm Price supports As Price Schuman also stated that disposal of surpluses Over seas did not constitute a Perma nent solution to the surplus prob educator wants of ate i de teacher pay raise Effort e. Hugh Agnew reelected president oranges apples Peck 50c Peck United states and to sell american Cotton at lower prices abroad. Sweet potatoes 35c Peck Bushel Vaughan s fruit stand 809 e. Palmetto St. Open 9 a. M. To 12 p. M. 1 Days a week Amily 934. Place at Edgefield since alcoholism workshop slated Here thursday the alcoholism workshop Schedy mental health society As other agencies 1 Vious news article. Or. Donald society. Tex., a member Cial welfare ass ident of Dallas i agencies will a speaker. The Public is attend. The clinic Central methodist will last from 1 Myrtle Beach nov. 19 w he vice chairman of the South Carolina Board of education to May called for an All out state wide grass roots Effort to raise Eacher pay in the state. Ramson j. Williams of Myrtle Beach educator and former governor said supporters of higher Eacher pay should not wait until next year s general Assembly ses Sion but should begin now on a program. Williams made his remarks in an interview with the Myrtle Beach daily news. The whole nation is disturbed ack of student the russian 3-to-l in their there is plenty state for adequate it it is allocated today let us As individuals t for presentation Williams said s near the Bottom states in its pay methodist nov. 19 the order and copies and Charlotte n. C. Row is under of South free by the Florence court society As said today far East ambassador j. P. Richards and the other your children listed in a the publication a real who sponsored the to Freedom of it very successful Cdonald Rev. John b. Morris of support of their Contention them to tuner state said Richards former Are Many people in a savings Iro Luizi is Here by congressman had commended the pamphlet who thinks As Moder Tes on the race Issue and at Las an outstand is with moderate approach to race becoming move vocal about their alcoholism Book contains the views of a number of residents Dillon preacher said the and subject is Yoni of the Shipp of state on race relations. Sentiment ranges from outright were optimistic about the favourable comment the co. Of the Texas so and past integration in the Public schools to defences of received from spokesmen of opposing Council of reported today that suggests uie w. Evans 81. So be a of the Little Book Are now in reconciliation and sharing ideas which has been too Branch eing invited quoted Richards As saying in South Carolina w. Cans 81. Will be. Held he Federal def met t Church one May said the distribution corp. J 8 the viewpoint of some of did not include reports i m pm i am satisfied that they Are men and women sincerely to contribute to the solution of a difficult problem. Today s special All the most important thing right now in this Field is to a Small Freedom of expression of securing and eachers and the your publication has made a real contribution to thai Are ahead of said after three weeks science copies have been of Money in the the teacher pay he said All Start at1 news stands at 50 cents each 300 were placed in Book stores 440 sales were made Steak in. Oward a and not services for or. Open All Day wednesday ure convenes of it. Effingham res May be held thursday at 2 . To the general South Carolina prong Baptist Church with the Rev. H. B. Billips officiating. Burial will be in the wiggly i of the list Ideal funeral e. Pine St. Florence 5. Watch it grow and grow Plant your Money regularly in a savings account Here and faster than you think it will grow sizeable sum. Interest com pounded regularly helps Speed growth where safety is insured Ivery account injured Safe up to place your earnings where they earn More place them with Peoples Federal save by mail Peoples Federal savings accounts offer a conserva Tive profitable non fluctuating investment. Write Lor latest financial statement. Over Peoples Federal savings loan association West Evans Street Florence South Carolina Over j. C. Kindall n. B. Baroody c. W. Stikeleather Chas. E. Haselden vice Preil Dent exec. Vice president treasurer i where you save does make a difference the one that s really new the lowest priced too compare car for car Edsel gives you most and is priced the lowest of All 1958 s medium priced cars the elegantly styled Edsel is the newest looking car you la see on the Road this year. But More important to you As a car buyer the Edsel is new All Over. New All Over Means the already famous Power of the big new v-8 Edsel engines. It Means the option of new Tel touch drive the most talked about feature in years. It Means the safety of self adjusting brakes. Even the luxurious Comfort of the first genuine contour seats 1 yet with All these important advances Edsel prices Are the lowest in the whole medium Price for car. You la find that the 1958 Edsel is the value of the year. See your Edsel dealer today and prove it. Bated on actual comparison of Susie std re tall delivered frices. Edsel division Ford motor company 1958 Edsel see your Edsel dealer and Road Check 1958 s most remarkable a. B. Motor company 310 East Toh Oththo it Alt

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