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Florence Morning News (Newspaper) - November 28, 1957, Florence, South CarolinaPage 12-b Florence morning news Florence s. Thursday morning november 28. 1957 traditional event Mont Clare thanksgiving party called off because of flooding by Sadie b. Want special to the news Darlington nov. 27 an Darlington one of Lina s most colourful annual thanksgiving Day party held in a swamp eight Miles from South Caro Holiday observances had to be cancelled for the first time in its Long history because of floods that have washed away Road entrances to the lowlands bordering the great pee Dee River. Several Hundred pee Dee Folk and distinguished visitors from throughout the state have gathered annually for Many years at the historic Damon swamp club House on the pee Dee River estate of Tom c. Coxe Mont Clare Lumberman for a thanksgiving dinner unsurpassed even in an old South noted for its Hospital Many for the first time in about 15 years will have to tax their minds to find something to do for the thanksgiving Observance. The dinner follows the Long awaited Deer drive of the Damon gun club which attracts 40 or 50 soviet help emphasized Egypt tones Down . Blasts Cairo Egypt nov. 27 we Egypt s anti american Campaign has toned Down sharply in the last few Days on the heels of the announcement of a soviet egyptian assistance agreement. Newspaper editorials which had blasted the United states and its foreign policy now focus on prob Able benefits from the agreement with the soviet Union or from federation with Syria. Some biting anti american car Toons Stilt appear. The in attacks May be an Effort on Egypt s part to demonstrate she is sticking to her policy of non alignment. Severe attacks on the United states coupled with the soviet egyptian agreement would give the appearance of an egyptian swing toward Moscow and Egypt to avoid a pro soviet Label. When the initial announcement of the agreement with Russia was made one newspaper editorial the West would now Brand Egypt As having fallen into the soviet orbit As was the Case in Aid agreement with rus Lia. But there was no Strong reaction from the United states on the agreement. Some egyptians Are wondering Why. When a group of american con Sopea slated in Arlington Washington nov. Is at Hington county judge Paul d Brown threw out three cases be up to test Virginia s segregate leading Laws yesterday but a legally compelled to hear a Fourt Lucr Case As an Arlington Negr woman cleared the first hurdle toward a supreme court ruling o the Law by pleading guilty a charged. Virginia has three times Dodge a show Down on the seating Law last year Faith Bissell a Whit librarian sat with negroes at political meeting and had Herse arrested so she could test the la before the . Supreme court her Case got As far As the Viginia supreme court before it a dismissed on a technicality. Marjorie y. Taylor who pleased guilty yesterday to violation the seating ordinance was one seven persons arrested under Sim Lar charges oct. 28. Last wee judge Brown dismissed three the seven cases because witness failed to appear in court on to Day appointed for trial. Yesterday he dismiss three of the remaining four Cas because he said no evidence a been presented to show they wer arrested during the meeting to were attending. He asked the de sense attorney to make a motion strike the evidence dismiss to the defense attorney made n such motion so judg Brown he a Ould make entertain Grant such a motion himself. H did so. However judge Brown could find no loophole in tire Case against the negro housewife so he accepted her guilty and fined her the woman s lawyers immediately said they would Appeal the conviction. Unless Virginia courts can find some Means of stopping the Case before it reaches the . Supreme court it could nullify All segregated seating Laws in the South. Essen visited Cairo last week and on a Middle East swing Hep Ayne l. Hays a Ohio said Dif fences Between Egypt and the United states were surmountable e said after meeting with presi ent Nasser that both Egypt and in United states desired to in Rove their relations. Egyptian foreign minister Mah loud Fawzy s return to the unit d states this week is considered some circles to be significant toward resumption c Friendly relations. The official reason Given for i rip is that he will attend u. N sessions but Fawzy is exp Ecle Contact world Bank Directo Eugene Black and american o vials. With Black Fawzy is to con Niue talks concerning Bompensa on for shareholders of the of Uez canal co. If an adequate solution is foun o Hiis problem it would be a Ste Oward unfree zing Egypt s asset n the United Thorest Issue. Egypt has constantly hammered t the United states refusal bloc pc assets which total Abou million dollars. These fund Ere tied up at the time Egypt rationalized the Suez canal. Issue goes to court White Plains n.y., nov. 2 w state supreme Cou Las asked for written briefs dec. 16 in the Case in which to state commission against d Crim nation protests the refusal new Rochelle apartment Deve Ozment to admit a negro Tenan Pelham Hall contends the or visions of the state anti Bias la Are arbitrary and unreasonable and that the state has no right Orbid discrimination in Federal aided private housing. The Apar ment development was built la ear under a mortgage loan i sure by the Federal housing a ministration. Enters ranging in age from per is just old enough to handle a in on up. The Hunt begins Early in the orning but the big affair starts lout noon when the Hunters come join and guests the Damon swamp club House. Then tables Are Spryncl for the Ost bounteous meal of the year in scores of Homes and such variety and Quality As can e found nowhere else. The front ird becomes a Gigantic dining torn and the acres of rolling land a playground for picnic g children from infancy to col be age. Hosts for the affair Are Mem ers of the Damon club each o Horn invites guests. The overal osts Are or. And mrs. Coxe Nee the club uses the Coxe Lan Here Darlington ans and Fortu ate guests have hunted since the ate 1880s. The present Damon club wag organized in 1927. Members con Sist of the sons grandsons and great grandsons of these Early Hunters vacancies in Large Mea sure being filled from these families in reminiscences about the an Lual Hunt and picnic published new years ago by or. Chapma f. Milling of Columbia in the Outh Carolina Magazine or. I ing recalled some of the old Hun ers to include the following name till Well known in the pee Dee Bright and Mclver Williamson vac Hodge Robort. James Pete wilds Ben Williamson Armstron Howard Samuel Krvin Wile Coggeshall George w. Brown w r. Watson d. T. Mckeithan v j. Stem Clarence Mccall Davi milling Theodore Moye Ber Coggeshall c. W. Whit milling lev. Robert Lide j. W. Winters j. L. Edwards or. Boardman dec wards William e. Mccall Dors wis Fate Williamson w. And Elva c. Coggeshall and bios Abbott. Or. Milling slated that Dur ing the Early Days Many Diston wished visitors were entertained including Genera Wade Hampton who made at least one Hunt ear As Long As he was Able. Ther s still a Deer stand on an adjoin no Plantation known As the Hampton Oak the estate now known Asda Mon swamp was originally the property of the Mccall family. I the late 1880s and 1890s the swamp then known As Brickhous Plantation was the property i Chapman d. Milling sr., fro whom it passed to a new in land sports enthusiast e. 0. D Mon who owned the place i about two years. Damon sold the property to to late Bright Williamson. Or. Cox acquired the property from to heirs of or. Williamson. As the years have passed to thanksgiving Hunt has be Corr less important and the social eve More important until this Annu gathering has become Robab the largest social affair in t pee Dee area. The markets Stock Mart rises from Sharp drop new York nov. 27 Al the Stock Market today More fijian wiped out yesterday s Steep loss on news of president Eisenhower s illness and made one of its Best advances of the year. An estimated was added to the quoted value of stocks listed on the new York Stock Exchange based on the Rise in the associated press average. This More than cancelled yesler Tay s estimated loss of 4% billion Dol Lars. Today s was by far the Strong est next Day recovery following a on bad news concerning Benhower s health. The Market ways has bounced Back on the a after such news having done following the heart attack eak of sept. 26, 19k, Theiler Tumble of june 8, 1950 and the upset stomach decline of june but today s Strong upsurge from e Start came As a Surprise to a umber of Wall Street no expected further liquidation Early dealings. Key stocks made gains of 1 to 7 oils and held despite periods of roil taking. All 15 most Active Zocki advanced with oils and air renamed to state Post j. B. Redfern of Harts Ville recently re elected vice president of the South Carolina state chamber of Commerce. Morning news photo Hartsville official renamed state chamber vice president nov. 27 j. B. Redfearn treasurer and general manager of the j. L. Coker co., i Ere has been re elected to the Post of vice president in the South Carolina state chamber of com circe. Prior to becoming an officer of the state group Redfearn served on uie Board of directors for eight years. The annual meeting 01 the state group held in Columbia last week the vice president describes As the biggest and most successful Ever held by the state the state chamber occupies it self with legislation taxes am other matters on a state level Redfearn said. Charlotte eases off As Road War simmers Charlotte. N.c., nov. 27 the Battle flags were struck Here Oday after chamber of Commerce and City officials Learned that in rests in Winston Salem High Point and Greensboro Don t desire Radical changes in the proposed route of a new interstate Highway. A spokesman for the Tri cities development committee representing the three cities who seek to have the new Highway pass a Little nearer their cities said the committee does t want to reroute the Road to bypass Charlotte. The chamber of Commerce along with City and county govern ment officials Here agreed last night to Call a meeting dec. 12 to Battle interests they believed wanted to route the Highway through the Tri cities and cast to More head City and Wilmington. But to Day the meeting was described As Only tentative. Fred Linton. Executive vice president of the Winston Salem chamber of Commerce told the Charlotte news by Telephone to Day that the committee feels the Highway would serve the Best in Erest of the state if it came was of both routes highways 21 am but still feed into Highway 29 so the traffic can come in he added that we Are not try ing to get the Highway extended to the ports Morehead City an we have said tha the location of the Highway mor to the East would help the ports. Who s who this Carolina sex Tette rotes 1957-58 National collegiate who s who recognition at Coker College. All seniors the Campus leaders include left to Emma Kate Thomason Laurens Patricia Hamilton Dillon Helen Kolb Conwal Susan Holroyd Greenwood Beth Owens Fletsher n. C., and Annette Cooke Hartsville. Evergreen elects Grange officers for coming year Evergreen nov. 27 Ever Green Grange 619 held its novem her meeting thursday night a the Community Center. Before the meeting a Chicke bog supper was served by or. J. B. Fiul ledge and mrs. L. D Johnson hostesses. During the business session members decide to Send a card to a sick member and plans were made to meet o monday afternoon to make improvements on the building. Plans were also made for Christmas part at the de Emhe meeting. New officers elected for the coming year Are As follows mater Edward Cox overseer Blease Calcutt Steward Jame Leach assistant Steward j. B Gulledge lady assistant Ard mrs. J. B. Gulledge Secretary and treasurer or George Jordan lecturer or Myers Purvis chaplain m Kirby Gate keeper Georg Jordan Ceres mrs. Ted Kelly Pomona mrs. I. T. Ingram Flora mrs. U. B. Cox you chairman mrs. Era brow Home economist mrs. L. Johnson insurance agent m ers Purvis reporter or Edward Cox. A new candidate was ballot on and received into the Gran my will take her obligation at i next meeting. A three year two years an one year committee was elected and they Are As follows mrs. L. D. Johnson u. B. Cox and Kelly Johnson. 6 Coker seniors win ratings As who s who what stocks bib new Vork nov. 27 .843 .177 .164 new 1957 highs new 1957 cottonseed Oil new York nov. 27 cottonseed Oil futures closed unchanged to 5 higher. Sales 251 contracts. Close High Low 1c.wi 16.71 .10.58 1c.43 16.4c 1c.37 16.25 10.27 16.20 16.04 16.08 j5.4s 15.30 15.3sb closing Bills Jan. 16.73n. Oct. 15.25a. Bid nominal asked. Mar. May markets at a glance new York nov. 27 Strong rebound. Governments in demand Trade buying and liquidation. Chicago near months lower. Dec. Higher. The outstanding gainers. Mong the 15 most Active stocks i top sex wore aircraft or missile relat d stocks and four were oils. The associated press average of 0 stocks Rose 53.9d to with in industrials up the rails p and the utilities up 40 ends. It was the Best Rise in the verage since nov. 15 following in lowering of the discount Rale. Standard poor s 500-Stock Index closed at 41.25, plus 1.16. Of issues traded 843 Rose and 177 fell. There were 32 new own Lor the year and 10 new highs. Volume totalled shares compared with yesterday. North american aviation topped he most Active list. Stock averages compiled by the associated press 39 15 15 co ind. Rails Hill by dec. Lar. Lay by vet wednesday Prev. Day h ago month ago Var ago 957 blah 957 Low 956 High 95li Low g.9 2-10.8 233.9 233.5 273.5 230.8 127.9 280.0 134.7 226.0 80.5 276.3 135.1 244.0 la -.4 -f3.9 70.5 138. 70.1 154. C9.4 15j.3 g9.2 1sb.1 71.2 173.7 77.5 66.2 150.9 76.9 191.5 69.6 171.6 2k4 corp 3 Lorillard p Al Tivi Lowensten g s Allisch me 25v4 Mckessy i r 54 am air wart 321 am Cali Nat Bis War am smell pc h 41 Nat Cash res am Toa 731i Nat Dairy 36% a t i t ids a do 2014 Anaconda corp 435s hat 13te Arm co in Kew Jung 14m acl 3014 cent 17 All Hal 41% no am ave 29h Avo mfg a cd Pac 35 Babcock Wil 23v, Olin math a wefts c fib 42 bal Irwin b 0 Param Piet Bendix Avia Penney j c Beth steel 373i Penn or Boeing air i c0ja Borden co got Pili lips pet Borg warn 31 put fcb Budd co 35 proct it Gam Burl Mills co Bur add much 33% pure Oil Cannon 47 radio corp sow car p it l 22-1-4 Reeves Bros Case j i 15v1 re pub us Ca Leroll trac Reynolds b to i celanese corp 13 Tricel paper 21 Ches 0 Scab Al re 23 coca cola 103 Sears Roeb 24v s com credit Simmons co come solv lira Socony vac Colls Edis Sou car cont can Southern co Corn prod 31u Sou Nat Gas 38 Cruc St 13 Sou Pac 34 Curt Wright 28u Sou re 3m Curt Wright a Sid Brandt 41 Doug air std Oil Cal 8 Dow chem 56 a std Oil n j 50 Dupont 17812 Sievens j p 17 East air 3ui Stewart War 31 Eastman Kod 98vi Swift co 28v Erie or co 661i Firestone rub 89 text Ron corp 12 Florida pm went c Fox 2311 Ford in Carbide 95 Ruph tra 10 in Pac 26 Gen Bak co unit airline Gen exec fi33i unit air s51i Gen foods 46% unit corp Gen Mot 361i unit fruit 4011 Glidden co 31h unit Gas Imp 35v Goodrich rub 61v4 us rubber Goodyear rub 84v4 us 30-i Grey bus 15 us steel 53? Gulf mob o 16-h l Niv Leaf Tob 31v Gulf Oil 117ii us tobacco 18 int Harv it Vanda corp 28t 7nt min cd 28u Vick chem 45 int paper 90 a car chem 1g int t t Warner pict 20 Johns Man 36% Wesson 25 Keno Ecott corp 847a fit in Kresge is West Al lib me lib an while sew m 6 lies t m Winn Dixie 2g7i Lockheed a Wool f w 37 Loews inc 12t4 Mounir shit n a top s29.00. Cotton futures closed 40 cents a Bale lower to state Market Columbia a k news service report prices we by Market demand fair to Good. E prices is reported by 1.m.520 cabbage 1.50-1.85 Quality collard 1-1.25 Green unions 1.20 25 cabbage plants 1.50-2 Mustard us ads 1 Good Quality Sweet potatoes 2.25 2.50 fair Quality Sweet potatoes 1.50-1.75j turnip roots i turnips and tops 1-l25, Farmers prices Columbia area Lor graded eggs steady Supply ample de Mand Good. Columbia area Large 51-53, medium 45, Small 32. Hartsville area Large 52, medium 46, Small 42. Rea Large 55, medium 46. Email 32. Wholesale prices to retailers for graded Cess cases included Columbia area targe 61, medium 55, Small 40. Area Large 61, medium 55. Small 41. Greenville area Large 62, medium mall 40, prices at Columbia area farms for 2v4-3 Pound broilers or fryers steady at 15, Supply fully ample demand alow. Green. Price also 15. Columbia heavy hens turkeys and grata Inci ranged from yesterday. Pecan markets about steady up ply Light demand Good. Columbia Stu its 30, blends 22, seedlings 1b-20 Flor ence area stuarts 30, seedlings 20 eng inn area stuarts 30-35, blends 22-28j sch Tys 35-40, seedlings 20-21 Orangeburg area stuarts 30, be edgings 20. Columbia local buyers hogs Choice no. 1 s 25 higher at 18 Florence and Kings tree Cash buying stations unreported co Lumbia auction sales tuesday 17.50-18.40 Hociy jiu1 auction sales tuesday 17.60 18.10, Caitie Columbia Good Choice veal calves 21-29 Utility commercial veal calves 15-21 Good Butcher steers and cents higher than the previous open Hieb loft Cloie .36.02 3g.15 .35.59 35.72 3g.16 36.35 36.16 .16.13 35.59 35.69 heifers 20-23 Utility commercial Butcher steers and heifers 17-20 commercial cows 13.50-i6.bo canners and Cutten 11-12.50 Choice Stoeker steers and hellers 18-22.50 medium Stoeker steers and heifers Greenville Good Choice veal calves 24-31.50 Utility commercial veal calves 19-24 food Choice Butcher steers and heifers 17-23 Utility commercial Butcher steers and heifers 14-17 com Merciai cows 13.50-17 canners and cutters 10.50-13 Good Choice Stocker coct is and heifers 20-23 medium Stocker steers and heifers 17-20. Holly Hill Good veal calves c _ 2024 Utility commercial veal Caiwei h-1b Utility commercial Butcher steer and heifers 14.20 commercial cows 13 15.75 canners and cutters 10-12.50 Good and heifers 17-20 medium .33.65 33.76 33.60 33.61 8 .33.51 33.e4 33.47 33.4bb 6 .33.50 33.64 33.50 33.47b 4 33.45 33.58 33.42 33.41w 7 pot 36.s5n t. Rear. May middling new Orleans nov. 27 a turns were irregular Here today with nost current crop months advancing or rate buying and Short covering. Next drop positions were under pressure of Long quid Atlon. Closing prices were steady 70 Ementi Bale lower to so cents higher. Dec. Mar. Hay july. Dec. Alar.33.48 33.48 33.48 33.45u ____3c.10 36.26 36.10 36.12 .36.10 36.19 30.10 36.17b of 4 .36.07 35.15 36.07 36.12 4 .35.g5 35.70 35.61 35.65b j u .33.71 33.77 33.57 33.58b .33.58 33.58 33.49 33.45b Ntow Orleans nov. 27 Litton closed steady and unchanged. Sales 51 Low middling 28.00 middling 35.25 Good middling 36.00 Stoufe new Yolk. Nov. 7 Ugar Fugures no. Closed 5 higher. Sales 34 contracts. Mar. May High Low .5.58 5.55 .5.63 5.60 Cloie 5.58 6.63 new York nov. 27 api the Cotton Emilic was quiet today prior to the thanksgiving Holiday. For a Good Many milk today Marks uie Start of a our Day shutdown 0 curtail production and bring it into line with current demand. Meanwhile Price increases were note n various sections of the Maikel Stem Ming from the Advance in raw Cutton prices. Producers of Duck cloth in some instances increased prices up to two cents a Pound. Some weavers of combed yarns also raised prices. Ealm reported further checking be converters on print cloths and Broadcloth m a basis lower than Mill quotations. The Wool goods Market was slow. Australian Wool markets were mixed according to private reports. Dealers reported a moderate business Rayon goofs mostly for filament fabric for december and Early first Quarter de livery next year. New York nov. 27 butter steady kegs nixed. Livi poultry receipts Light demand Good for Hen turkeys Toms mostly unsold. Tocker steers and heifers 14-17.50. Bonds new York nov. 27 Tel . Government Bonds rebounded from yesterday s slump to Posl gains up to of a Point in Active trading today. Corporate Bonds were up 599 in a general Advance on fair volume. Industrials led the Advance Fol Lowed by investment Quality is sues utilities rails and foreign Dollar Bonds. Volume amounted to Par value on the big Board compared with yesterday. Treasury Bonds resumed their Advance interrupted since nov. 1 Only by easiness yesterday. Over the counter dealers quoted the Vic tory 21-2s of december 1972-67, up 24-32 at 91 10-32 bid. The 30-year and the 40-year 3s advanced 10-32 each at 97 8-32 and 92 8-32 bid respectively. The 2 is of 1903 added 8-32 at 96 2-32. The 12-year 4s gained 24-32 at 103 28-32, a new High. Convertibles generally were higher in line with the recovery of their Stock counterparts. Bond compiled by the Prem net change wednesday Prev. Day week ago month ago year ago 1957 High 1s57 Low 1956 High 1936 Low i ind. Btl i. Pm. 77.8 7b.2 87.5 87.3 77.7 98.3 86.9 90.9 90.7 s6.4 92.9 89.6 97.7 90.7 86.j 86.2 cd 84.7 c3.3 80.9 83.7 98.0 88.1 78.8 78.5 78.4 78.3 80.5 82. 2 92.1 918 90.7 78.0 8h.1 k.2 103.7 805 new Orleans. Nov. 27 a Price of one Inch not Cotton at 14 designated Southern spot Market of Jim was unchanged at 34.66 cents a Pound previous Day 34.6fi week ago 31.61 Chicago. Nov. 27 month ago 33.74 year ago 33.17 average for the past 30 Market Days 34.05. Middling 15-10 Inch average 33.40. Sales c36. Ter wholesale Selling prices unchanged 93 a 92 a 90 b 89 c unquoted. Eggs unsettled wholesale scoping prices 1 higher to 1 lower go per cent or better 4s a standards 44-45 checks 3g-36w. Crade a whiles 47v2-48 medium extras 42 oranges apples Peck 50c Peck Sweet potatoes 35c Peck Bushel Vaughan s fruit stand 809 e. Palmetto St. Open 9 a. M. To 12 p. M. 7 Days a week tunisian budget Tunis nov. 27 new Republic of Tunisia plans to spend one third of its budget next year for reconstruction equipment and economic investment. Hats Viluci. Nov. 27 fourth year girls states and a tar Heel will represent Coker College i n the who s who among Stu ill Ali in american universities and the South Carolina seniors of Islin Clion include Annette Cooke in Hurt sol Patricia la Milton of rail Lori Susan Holroyd of Oroen Wood a Cion Kolb of Carway and Emma Kaie of Laurens. Bulb Owens of Fletcher is the Yorlli carolinian. All Siv arc my pics Ann tile Cooke is Slu Dennl Tirol vice president. Patricia Ham Illon bids the College Honor society Suph Iadus and is a vice presi Dent of the aplist student Union. Susan Holroyd is president ol1 Ilio slump no at Lillic Assoc lion and rope Iadus . Helen Kolb lops the slate of Stu Dent Christian association of Vicors. Emma kale Thomason Heads the student cover men association and Beth Owens the ire Duatin class. 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