Florence Morning News Newspaper Archives Nov 22 1957, Page 13

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Florence Morning News (Newspaper) - November 22, 1957, Florence, South CarolinaFriday morning november 22, 1957 the Florence morning news Florence Page 13 protests pay off customs office closing delayed Seal use demonstration set in Darlington _. I. Hue ii Roc miss inner said Ine Oro Lect his neighbor As Well tit morn luf twi Wuhu Law Bureau i Washington 21 Strong protests by senators Olin d. John. Eton Strom Thurmond and first District Hep. L. Mendel Kaveri Over the proposed closing Down or the office of the collector of customs at the port of Charleston have forced the u s. Treasury Check for Camp Coker James Harrell vice president of Delta finishing co., Cheraw presents scout executive Bill Staliworth a Check for to be used in the construction of a storage building at Camp Coker located Between Cheraw and society Hill last summer 966 boy scouts department to take a second look at the proposal. Ralph Kelly commissioner for the u s. Bureau of customs and officials of the u. S. Treasury department notified sen. Johnston that the planned abolishment of customs collector Gustav Dosch it s Job at Charleston will be held in abeyance until opponents to the proposal have been Given a hear no december 10th. The hold up of the proposed cur ailment of operations at Charles ton came at the insistence of senators Johnston and Thurmond and rep. Rivers who filed Strong pro tests with Secretary of the treas Ury Robert b. Anderson and with Kelly. Johnston noted that if the treas Ury s order is carried out the operations of the Charleston customs office would fall under authority of the Savannah collector of Cus Toms and might eventually cause great harm to the port of Charles dbl Felt Ulius Jui Ilij Juaiil mt., Evv Vij us Lulf 11uy. 41 camped at the fast growing site. There were Only 162 boys Genevieve Joan White of Hannan camping there four years ago when the enlargement program Hnin began. Harrell in making the presentation declared he knew of no sounder investment than in the boy scouts of America. Coker yearbook has staff of 16 girls miss i miss told for Hannah school Hock Hill nov. 21 miss i Hartsville nov. 21 a staff of 16 girls is editing Coker col lege s yearbook the Milestone this year. Senior Peggy Stogner of Mann ing and Junior Billie Jewell Kis sane of North Charleston head the staff. Miss Stogner was elected editor and miss Kissane business manager in regular Spring ballot Florence towns getting tax Dole a total of has been distributed by the South Carolina tax commission to the cities and turns of the state As their share of the slate tax on Beer and wine fur the first Quarter of the fiscal year. Counties received for the same july september period and the stale retained Burg a. Jeuel Guam of Charles ing by the student body. Assistant editor Hazel Johnson Kingstree senior tops. 13 other staff members. These newly announced appointees represent the three upper classes with Sopho mores predominating. Editorial staffers include Junior Patricia Fisher of Rock Hill Art editor sophomores Carole Hill House of Greenville and Sherrill Jordan of Timmonsville feature editors Sophomore Para Binnicker of Denmark and Joan Cockfield of Charleston Heights activities editors Junior Molly Creadick of Aiken and Sophomore Sally Gandy of Columbia organizations editors. Also senior Sarah Burgess of Kingstree Secretary and editorial assistant. Business assistants include sophomores Sally Bahous of Lynch High school Pamplico has been selected As the 1958 miss i miss by the members of a faculty com Mittee of her school. The daughter of or. And mrs. Stanley Edward while of Johnson Ville. She will be honoured in the special miss miss edition of the Johnson Ian Winthrop College student newspaper which will be published feb. 14. The Honor senior girls from South Carolina and North Carolina High schools will be the guests of Winthrop for a weekend 21-23. Miss while is Secretary class reporter for f.h.a., pro Tarn chairman for Beta club ton. Thurmond pointed out that the maintenance of these function in Charleston is vital to the port expansion program am noted that Charleston is one o the oldest ports in the country am has the Best natural Harbor on the Eastern Seaboard. Private sources indicated tha department s order allegedly issued to set an example in Economy for other u. R governmental departments was final one and would not be Chan de despite the juror and the plan o Grant a hearing to South Caro ionians. Special to the news Darlington nov. 21 the e of Christmas seals to decorate t packages and traditional holi y envelopes will be Durh Ostrat to Home demonstration and h clubs throughout the county the county Home demons Lra n office. The Darlington county tuber cd Sis association received from the a Transl association a kit contain g samples of these gift pack engaging but erroneous London nov. 21 bbl program Booklet of nov. 12 an ounces on Friday nov. 21 Al .50 p. M. Gary Watson will read passages selected by Kathleen Aine from Beane s pathetic came a deluge of phone Calls. The nov. 19 Booklet apologize or confusion Over its plans for be bicentenary of William Blake owing to a typing error Blake s prophetic books appeared As Beane s pathetic books an in aging title we think but unfortunately Rogerson s Garden Nursery rare and Ott standing camellias Highland Park 7446 Ges. The county Ion agent. Association has r to miss Sara ome Demontra with the to As noting the use of on Holiday miss Cioper Saiu this wonderful idea of decorating packages with Christmas seals not Only expresses the giver s toward the recipient of the gift. 11 also is an expression of his brotherhood in himself from tuberculosis. We Hope that As Many people As possible will join in this year i Campaign to fight to by the Friendly gesture of decorating their gifts with Christmas my gives me a Holiday j. F m yell lilt i am t1iat Thev both have that Yummy molasses r my mom.7 huh i know All about Domino Brown sugar. U comes two ways Golden Light Brown and old fashioned dark Brown and my mom says. Domino Brown sugar on my Cereal is it keen don1 interrupt my mom. That Good Cane molasses flavor makes and Domino Light Broin uses Domino dark Brown to make a wonderful tasting fruit cake. Coming soon in these new packages in the general fund for support of the schools and other state functions. Total Revenue for the Quarter most of which was produced by the tax on Beer amounted to towns of Florence county received the following amounts Florence Johnsonville Lake City Olanta Pamplico Scran ton and Timmonsville j312.98. Grandpa was rugged. He did t nibble on his food. He swallowed it in chunks. Ton Angelyn Odom of sailers and Patti Posey of North Charleston. Also Junior Frenchie Taylor Florence. Three members of the staff Are holdovers. Two of this Trio and an additional pair have filled posts on other Campus publications. Editor Peggy Stogner served As 1956-57 business manager of the College newspaper the Periscope. She was a Periscope advertising assistant the preceding session. Assistant editor Hazel Johnson was a Milestone editorial assistant last year and Exchange editor of the Periscope the year before. And a member of the basketball miss while plans to major in Home economics in College i misses Are selected from each High school on the leadership and personal attractive Genevieve White Hannah miss i a special invitation for those who love that real Frue Faasfe. Filbert a free Here s our invitation use two pounds of nut mrs. Filbert s the one luxury spread at no additional Cost. Send us the Sweet flavor discovery panels from each Carton. And Well Send you a Coupon for another Pound absolutely free. We want you to compare this entirely new Margarine with any other spread at any Price. Sec for yourself Why new mrs. Filbert s is the finest spread you can use. Sweeter fresher. So much better tasting so tick Cut on invitation today. Buy 2 pounds of mrs. Filbert s and tend the 2 Sweet flavor discovery panels to mrs. Filbert s Margarine Box 1317, Baltimore my. By return mail you la get a Cou Pon Good for a Pound free hurry offer expires dec. 7, 1957 one to a family please. You la find it in your refrigerated Caie. The Faber grantees that you Vega from tar two Poumal of or. H a we make to n y b .1 completely new you u he mrs. Filbert s of Margarine Range dishwasher Freezer Washer Kroner dryer refrigerator it want to put Happy Holiday in the Little lady s heart then brighten her Christmas with the snowy whiteness of a major electric appliance. For years to come Shell remember your thoughtfulness As each Day some dredging household task is eased. Your electric dealer can help you wrap up the perfect gift Tor her in one Happy pack age. This year make her Christmas the brightest Vrh test Ever. Give an electric apply Jned. Carolina Power Light

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