Aiken Standard And Review in Aiken, South-Carolina
10 Aug 1955

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10 Aug 1955

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Aiken Standard and Review (Newspaper) - August 10, 1955, Aiken, South Carolina Aiken county i Public i Library Aiken Lauren a Cunt Roolf Libra St a a Iken r v 6 19-55 Cotton Market middling 3.1.45, in dial i god. It Ltd devoted to up building of Aiken and Aiken county covering Aiken county news for Over eighty years telephoto icim eighty seventh year published daily. Monday through Frida United feature and King feature comics daily pc a Carf journal and review established 1869 Aiken South Carolina wednesday Augustio 1955 Aiken Standard South Carolina Gazette established 1919 established 1928 vol. 87 a no. 209 howler Quot fakes Westerly course a Connie begins slow Drift toward a. And s. Coasts new Home of 861 St act Squadron on Hwy. No. I North of Aiken near City Airport Busch photo will he manned by 861st act Sod aircraft control a lid warning Squadron begins movement to station near Aiken tin first members of 861st aircraft control and warning Squadron which will be 200-Man Force in charge of operation of tile air forces radar station near Cit Airport has begun arriving at die site according to capt. Maurice York acting commander. Captain York stated that he expected approximately 60-70 of men to be at station for duty by end of August and major portion of unit to be Here by october 1st units immediate Headquarters is 35th air division at tile Dobbins air Force base at Marietta. A. Brig general John. Cary is commanding general of division which is a part of air defense command with Headquarters at ent air Force base Colorado Springs Colo. Or Tonto on vaccine supplier Captain York stated that group would consist of approx innately 19 officers and Iso airmen. Married personnel of each stat0 decides he Lluch of re a a a 1 a wit will be allowed to live off j allotment will be distributed compulsory training free s polio shots allocated Washington aug. 9 up a Public health service today allocated 1,177,068 doses of sulk polio vaccine to states and territories under governments voluntary distribution system Cape Hatteras n. C., aug. 9 up Hurricane Connie pulled up to within striking distance of North Carolina capes tonight and then began a slow Drift Tov Voird Georgia and South Carolina coasts farther South. While 1.000 Miles of Atlantic Seaboard was alerted for howlers 135-mile-per hour blow erratic Hurricane took a More Wester Cours a and at la p. In est was placed at 370 Miles i ast of Jacksonville Fla. The Miami weather Bureau said a future movement is expected to be slow and erratic but probably in a Northwest direction for next 12 its Forward movement was six to seven International conference us and Russia give data on a Elecirio world plants a this movement if continued for several hours coaids bring Hurricane winds dangerously close to Carolina const and incests from Savannah. A. Northward should stay on Alert late bulletin Cape Hatteras n c., wed., aug. To in a Hurricane Connie swirled it 135-mlle-per hour. I ii i i Mir a to t q up a United states and Kus i eave winds within 150 mile of i. The vaccine will be District-1geneva aug. 9, Vtha be United amies Ana nits Mainland today and shifted its gtd to Public agencies and to Quot Orl 1 details of their atom powered experimental electric slowly erratic course North we a a it. Good relations air Force officer said that his men had already reported that civilian population in Aiken area were very cooperative and had shown Many kindnesses to men. Captain York added that air Force appreciated this Type of reception and would do everything in its Power to maintain a pleasant relationship with civilian populace Captain York said that Epp Roxi new military Reserve plan req tilling compulsory Reserve training Tor tie first time in nations i a Ateiya eight civilians would be i Quot Quot i a i. A Anred to do mechanical Type history a a. T. J work at installation however president Eisenhower said he was signing legislation but that it a tails Short of he noted that these personnel lion tons of Coal a year these disclose is were highlights of second Day of first International conference on peaceful uses of atomic president signs into Law sweeping new Reserve Washington aug. 9 up president Eisenhower today signed into Law a sweeping blueprint to world. Program which i sent to he said he was concerned toy failure of Bill to affair a tin prior training for National guard As for reserves. A Bill is also deficient in failing to Grant authority to in it duct into Reserve if sufficient numbers to meet military requirements Are not obtained voluntarily a president Eisenhower said. The president signed Bill at his farm in Gettysburg a his statement was released by White House Here. A youths Law requires that All youths entering military service in same guarantees of Symes says blood Bank needs boost Aiken county citizens Are using Nore blood than they Are donating and situation May result in is Blish ept of a credit Rutland says eight schools being sought a j. Outland county superintendent of education notified county Board yesterday that con reserves following Active duty. I formed him that legislation had it also establishes a new form blah a a passt a in Congress which card system Here. According to tile future must participate in a it Hon John j. Riley had in Symes. He Airn an of blood program for Aiken county chapter of american red Cross. During july Aiken count ians used 331 pints and Only 134 pints were donated. The blood was drawn from a regional Bank. During month 168 pints were used at Aiken county Hospital 74 at University Iii Augusta a. 49 in St. Josephus Aho in Gus a. 4 in Tri county at Orang cur and 3 at Good Hope in Erwin. . Or. Symes also pointed out that of military service adapted from Universal military training 1 proposals of past. It provides Tor giving six months training to pre draft age youths followed by 7 1-2 years Reserve duty. The army plans to Start six month training program this fall with a first class of about 10,000 teen age volunteers. I he Marine corps and coast guard i al0 wll put but Call Foi i trainees. Overall Man 33 donors were called to Aik j Overall plan Calls for train in county Hospital on emergency ing about 100,000 six month train Tases. I yes a coming . As under Fie credit card system i program gets rolling Volun a void Pei nit local Board to reek title to eight government owned temporary school buildings in county. Or. Rutland stated that president had not signed Bill yet but that his signature on this particular piece of legislation was thought to be merely a formality. The title provision which would allow county to apply for buildings is a part of Public Law 874. The county superintendent not that buildings could be obtained without Cost provided county could show that they were continued Oil Page two Only donor or members of his immediate family Are eligible to receive blood free of charge. Continued on in ase two Jet i a Iller goes Down near Chest it Shoemaker Leer quotas will be increased until defense department is train bag some 250,000 six month train. Yes annually. President Eisenhower said he i military services will be hampered i i ii a in securing sufficient it inhere of j Vii Al k would be hired through Shaw air Force Rase at a later Date. He said that no clerical help would he needed and that it was too Early for mechanics to make applications at Shaw. Minor work remain Only minor building work and Street construction remains to be completed at Squadron site. It is estimated that contractor will Complete his work by August 24. The station consists of six Barracks. Two Bachelor officer quarters. An orderly room training and recreation room and modern mess Hall. Operation indefinite Captain York stated that j operational Date of station ii indefinite. He expects to accom1 plish initial work at station and then be relieved by permanent commander. All equipment used in operation of installation is classified arrival and items of equipment will not be publicized. Off base personnel air Force officer stated that he could not estimate How Many of personnel would live off station site but that in similar cases less than so percent of airmen would be living off Post and More than so percent of officers. Captain York will return to 660th a cwt at Macdill air Force base in Tampa Fla. When his work Here is completed. I a sgt. Zerlin first sergeant of 861 St. Eel to Public age private physicians. Each states aug tent is determined by number of a vaccinated children age 5 through 9 years old age group Given priority on vaccine supplier through Public agencies and How much through commercial Chan-1 Energy in Progress hero under Neis under voluntary vaccine j sponsorship of United nations distribution system. Technical information vaccine released today was a russians in i Blu Khints a and produced by Wyeth laboratories n. A. N Usa i a be v delivered firs Marietta a. It was second i detailed technical information on Batch of vaccine distributed under new soviet a univ Power Stalin voluntary control plan. On Tion outside Moscow Haling thei. July 31, health service a1-, dotted 846,000 shots of vaccine to states. In health sender announced release of 287,000 shots of vaccine for free inoculation program of National foundation for infantile paralysis. This vaccine was produced by Pitman Moore ., Zionsville. Ind. All told health service now has cleared some 6,532.000 shots of vaccine since it tightened safety tests for vac inc on May 26. Vaccine allotments to states and territories include Alabama 24.918 shots Arkansas 15,843 Florida. 22.128 Georgia. 28,143 Kentucky 23.154 Louisiana. 24.543 Mississippi 18.858 North Carolina. 33,759 South Carolina. 17,397 Tennessee 22,740 and Virginia. 22.164. Plants today. At same time Britain announced 15 tons of tile fairly common atomic fuel. Thorium could generate All electricity it now gets from burning 40 Mil jul airmen Ward toward Georgia and South Carolina. Board plane for Home in a Tokyo wed., aug. To eleven american airmen released Only one week ago from 2 1-2 years of red chinese torture and imprisonment will Boud a plane today to p. In. Est tuesday for Home and a Long awaited reunion with their families. Us reactor Zinn said u. S. Reactor was a new Type with a rated capacity of 3,500 kilowatts in which radioactivity of steam is unusually Low. Dunworth s announcement also included fact that a general in. I cations a that thorium react i a Toute touching mid or will repute th., Orl Aloiv a a it Hawk a a or Iche Nile fuel of of minium. Ruled Quot Leach trav a a a Bas a at their own request they will Fly Back across Pacific along state Man appointed to no Post his views were considered of great importance in a world where uranium is relatively scarce and in regions such As Britain where Coal is either in Short Supply or heavily mined. Thorium thorium a heavy Metal fairly common in tile Earth is More plentiful than uranium and More easily extracted. The biggest known deposits Are in India near sin Francisco Friday night for later advices throughout night a advisory said. Hurricane warnings Hurricane warnings were ordered hoisted from Cape Lookout. . To Virginia cars and Northeast storm warnings elsewhere from Savannah to Block Island. I. There was a Hurri Cine Alert northward to Provincetown mass. The weather Bureau warned that a fall precautions should be taken immediately in area where a he Hurricane wanting Are Dis. Played. A a winds will continue to increase slowly along coast and tides will become abnormally i go of As Hurricane moves up advisory Saki a seas Are already rough along Carolina coast and increasing. Carolina beaches residents were evacuating Carolina beaches northward All Way up to new England Ani originally u. S. Air Force military installations were Board had most of their whim granted Way of Alaska. During their four Days Stop Over in Tokyo they have had Complete physical examinations at Tachi Kawa air base Hospital talked to wives mothers and other relatives by phone attended parties and most of their whims granted. On their last night in Japan Dun wort ii said a Dative Sand fld men again celebrated their reserves on a voluntary basis because of a unwarranted difference Between $78 per month offered National guardsmen and tile $50 per month for reserves for a identical initial training Quot he said he signed tile Letisia Donaldson fab. S. Aug. Tion. Despite its Teteris. Because to in i a a a a a a 9 or a an air Force Trainer crashed today near Cheater s c., but both occupants of plane were believed to have parachuted to safety. The Public information office Here said Fie plane was based at Laredo. Tex and was Enro Ute of $32,000 new York aug. 9 or a a in Able Bronx Shoemaker took his father s advice tonight and refused to risk $32,000 Cash on a single double or nothing question about opera. Gino Prato had won $32,000 by answering a series of Tough question on a quiz program tonight he had a Choice of taking polio count fakes jump to lit in so from Andrews air Force base md., to Maxwell fab Ala. A we Don t have any definite information yet As to cause of crash but we believe both _ occupants of plane bailed out training and provides for Al Lee safely a an air Force spokes j ave and reasonable enforcement it Quot will definitely strengthen oui Reserve Structure Quot in four ways by providing a statutory Means of a assuring that our Federal reserves will be composed of prior trained men on a plan basis. 2. By permitting an increase in ready Reserve manpower cell Money instead of going for ing from 1,500,000 to 2,900,000 j my $64,000. Men. Prato told television Aud 3. A it clearly establishes offence that he a always obeyed ids ligation to participate in Reserve 1 a 1,1 a a Columbia s. Aug. 9 . A South Carolina s 1955 polio count spurted to 110 today with announcement by state Board of health that 21 cases were diag Raleigh. N. C., aug. 3 it Robert Giles a Young lawyer who made a favourable impression upon atty. Gen. William b Rodman jr., As a government Law specialist was appointed today to Atter Quot Owei Ney general s staff at a $7,200 a year salary. Giles 31. Was named to succeed Veteran asst. Atty. Gen Ralph Moody of Muphy Moody was appointed to state utilities commission aug. I by gov. Luther h. Hodges. Giles will assume his new duties monday. Rodman said he became acquainted with Giles at Chapel Hill when Rodman was a member of state government Ite organi nation commission. Giles has been on staff of Institute of government of University of North Carolina. A native of Spartanburg county s. A. Giles is a graduate of University of North Carolina school of Law. He practice Law for one year in Charlotte and joined Institute of govern Merit staff in late 1953. Ful of thorium would be enough to work All new generating Tatios needed to keep up with Britain s rising Power demands in another panel. James a. Lane of tile Oak Ridge National Laboratory in Tennessee said u. S nuclear Power Plant May produce electricity in 15 or 20 years just As cheaply As Coal Oil or w Ater Power produce it now. Lie said United s ates is Quot Well on Way toward development and construction of nuclear plants to produce such Low Cost return to Freedom with a party at base Here. Even airman Daniel six to mid. Who faces a marital tangle that resulted when his wife married another Man in tile belief he was dead joined in fun. Ing up for vicious storm. Mayor Alfred b. Cooper of Atlantic Beach n c., us High Fie South into Ocean said residents along beaches were leaving in a greater numbers than i Ever have seen leave before a a to Raster said erratic storm May stay a where she is for As Muon tas a Day and that is future direction depended a on upper air even before it reached land Cannie indirectly claimed two live. \ Navy anti submarine plane Bein evacuated before St or crashed into Hampton roads kill continued on Page two bulletin Seoul wed., aug. To tension Imi Ween a s. Demand weakens slightly for tobacco in Carolinas Raleigh n. C., aug 9 of a heavy volume were slightly lower. Demand weakened slightly today some lugs and nondescript Oft air a army for tobacco on South Carolina and Border North Carolina flue cured markets. Declines in tin Carolina. War mostly one to two cent a pct i but several grades showed and Republic of Korea neared cent gains Federal say a Market news service reported. On Georgia Florida flue cured Belt Grade averages were about id line with yesterday but a few Leaf grades which said in a crisis today Aud Well informed sources said u. S. Troops Wilt be ordered to a Start shooting Quot if new trouble Breaks out saturday. Int showed similar gains How. Ever u s. Department of viticulture reported. General Quality on he George try Lorida Belt was not As Good a unday and proportion of poorer Leaf increased growers were marketing mostly Leaf Ai d lugs. Low and fair Quality off wrings predominated. In Carolinas volume of continued on Page to a $32,000 or answering another nosed in state last week question Worth $64,000. He took despite tile Rise polio total for 1955 still trails 1954 Pace by 35 cases. At this Date a year ago 145 cases had been reported. Greenville county which now has had 27 polio cases this year recorded to last week and reported state s first 1955 polio Man said. The weather partly Cloudy nod Little change in temperature wednesday. The forecast for Aiken and Vicinity today Windy in East portion possibly reaching Gale Force of 40 to 50 Miles per hour on upper coast during night. Diminishing winds wednesday afternoon. A few isolated showers of thundershowers this afternoon. Measures to achieve this 4. It authorizes president to order up one million ready reservists in an emergency. Immediate action president Eisenhower said he is directing Secretary of defense Charles e. Wilson a to take immediate and effective action to put new Law into effect a to augment and strengthen Reserve lories throughout country a he said he also is directing Wilson to prepare for submission to next session of Congress it amendments a necessary to Correct continued on Page two father and took his lie said in wrote his father in Italy and asked whether he should try for Jaek pot question or Stop alter winning $32,000. The Cobbler said he received a Caille from his Dud and read it Billy Graham will Complete his new Book Montreat n. Aug. 9 of serious decline i under reorganization plan congressional committee claims guilt in internal Revenue service death a Young pregnant Green a evangelist Billy Graham return Ville housewife died last thurs Ltd Home today for first time Day. In five months and said he will Pickens county reported three devote three weeks to completing before to cameras. The Cable pm he cases last week and Horry his new Book a secrets of Lapp said a Stop where you Are it is enough this Way. Regards lie said that a i always obeyed my father Ainee i was a kid and because i always take daddy a advice i quit when pc rented with $32.-000 Check he kissed it before Ute cheers of audience. Master of ceremonies Hal March then presented Plato with two season parses to All performances of metropolitan opera county had two. One Case each was reported in Charleston Laurens Marion Chester Orangeburg and Kershaw counties. Bulletin Birmingham Ala., aug. 9 of a a. A steel corp. Refused today to negotiate further with Cio United steelworkers in an Effort to Settle a dispute idling 25,000 workers Here until All strikers return to Job. Ness. The manuscript must be in publisher s hands by sept. I Graham said. The Book a will be a i discourse on Graham arrived at Charlotte by plane and motored to this noun Tain Retreat. He has spent most of past five months in Europe Graham said he is feeling Well and plans to fill three speaking i engagements at Montreat i Bible conference. Washington. Aug. 9 us a congressional advisory group reported today efficiency and morale of tile internal Revenue service have declined serous by under reorganization plan adopted in 1952. Tax specialists tax specialists recommend another round of organization and policy changes to Correct what it called lows ebb of enforcement activities and poor state of morale among career tax agents. Its findings were based on answers to confidential questionnaires sent by joint Senate Blouse internal Revenue committee to agent and other employees of service. Nue said Quot we have not seen report yet a advisory group eight member advisory Gimp was set up in 1953 to study me effectiveness of 1952 it organization of old internal re-1 venue Bureau into internal Revenue service. plan an outgrowth of 1951-52 tax scandals abolished office of internal Revenue it it of Leetor and established a system 64 regional directors under nine regional commissioners one purpose was to make High tax twats less subject in political patronage. Ali Page report i rep. Jere Cooper a Tenn report particularly critic chairman of joint committee sized use of a production quota released group s la pair re system which requires each agent port with notation that ii. A1 to examine a certain number of j not yet been considered or a income tax returns. It said this i proved by full committee has resulted in a Lor of Quiri Quot proper standards of individual envy in enforcing tax Laws. Performance and proper staudi or of numbers of returns exam it a report said an agent s investigation too frequently has been reduced a to a cursory examination of read. Y available records and a Quick look for a few of ious items of Whit ii a change can be made so As to close Case and meet quota set a it added a present poor state report attributed Quot pres. But poor state of morals to such factors As Down grading Catter employees poor promotion policies Lack of incentive excess supervision inadequate recruitment uncertainty of Job Security 1951-52 tax scandals and inadequate travel allowances. A corrective meat atm. The up Calisti recommended among other things that joint commute undertake a study to Dele Hima w in Titer regional commit supers a represent an unnecessary superstructure which should be a spokesman for internal a it of examination Are ignored in Iav-1 abolished

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