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Cumberland Times (Newspaper) - August 31, 1958, Cumberland, MarylandTwo a Timberland sunday times sunday August 31 1958 Racket probe counsel sees labor Bill defeat tragic to appear actress Elsa Martinelly on american movie will my appear television How Hert the Mileton arrival in London Fianu will be made a Dixie anti lion Battle to Widen scope 87 Jim Laxson Atlanta a although Virginia and Arkansas have been gathering the the struggle to maintain separate for Whites and negroes on ims drama other segregation strongholds of the South Legislatures in the heart of the area have passed nearly 200 Laws aimed at buttres sing their opposition to the 1954 supreme court integration ruling major up in Virginia and Arkansas Early Niesi month the school Board under has assigned 17 negro White schools in Defiance of a state Law automatically closing a White school if negroes Are enrolled there and the Washington suburb of Arlington is under Federal court order to enrol seven negro pupils in White schools fat but Power gov Orval Faubus of Arkansas is armed with legislation permit Ting him to close Central High school in Little Rock if negro pupils return to the school Inte grated under guard by Federal troops last year the supreme court considers on sept 11 lie Ali or to set aside an appeals court order for immediate integration at Little Rock and approve a District court order for a 2v4 year delay or whether to do the reverse legislative Defiance usually has taken the shape of permissive Laws to operate Public schools on a private basis with special Tui Tion Grants or a less extreme Pupil placement Law in addition to Arkansas and Virginia Louisiana Mississippi Alabama North Carolina geor Gia and South Carolina have passed Laws to close Public schools i integration is forced Florida Texas and Tennessee likewise have ant school integration statutes on their books in the Border states meantime the lowering of racial barriers in classrooms has been continuing steadily when school Bells ring in the lion is 100 per cent now but two court suits have challenged it one originated in West Palm Beach the other in Miami negroes failed in each Case to get an order Emmet Choate of the Federal District court in Miami directing Public schools to integrate the decision has been appealed to the circuit court of appeals in new Orleans graduate schools at the univer sity of Florida in Gainesville were ordered this summer by a Federal judge to drop racial barriers the state did not Appeal one of the two negroes who applied for admission to the univer Sites Law school qualified after a test Georgia a Citadel of resistance is faced with a suit in District end segregation in Atlanta pubic schools Oral arguments Are pending on a motion by the Board to throw out the suit on the grounds that the negro children not denied admission to any schools because of race or color the motion that the negroes failed to seek administrative remedies that is they have not sought a hearing before either the City school Board or the slate Board of education on admission of individual negro pupils to a suit seeking integration of Public schools in new Orleans is red up in court action in Louisi Ana no Date has for integration although it has been or dered with All deliberate Louisiana recently filed a coun Era Dion in state court seeking to validate a state Law requiring Orleans schools to be Classi White Sulphur Springs w a defeat of the Kennedy Ives the 85th Congress was termed a tragedy saturday by chief counsel Robert f Kennedy of the Senate rackets committee Kennedy said that in instance after instance the committee uncovered situations in which corrupt labor practices grew up and continued because of the absence of legislation covering the Situa Tion addresses lawyers the Youthful attorney brother of sen John Kennedy and counsel for the senates select committee on improper activities in the labor or manage ment Field addressed the 72nd annual meeting of the West Vir Ginia bar Assn Here Kennedy Ives Bill s p o n sorted by his brother and sen Irving Ives rur passed the Senate 881 but was killed in the the closing Days of session it was designed to outlaw some practices uncovered by the com Mittee Kennedy said he could not fore Tell what Chance of Ilar legislation would have the next session of Congress said the rackets committee will con tin unto function and called on bar members to use their influence in behalf of needed Legisla almoitv45 min Ute detailing certain findings of the committee with particular emphasis on activities of teamster president James Hoffa and for Mer president Dave Beck rapt employers that in Many cases employers Are just As much at fault As Union officials too Many of them would rather Deal with a Man like Hoffa than with a militant labor Organiza he said Kennedy cited the United Auto Mobile workers Union headed by aflc10 vice president Wal Ter Reuther As one in which the committee found no evidence of corrupt he also credited the Falcio High command with trying to rectify situations following disclosures by the rackets committee and starts its fourth year of com t integration in september there will be integrated schools in Only two Tennessee systems this fall they Are Clinton Fri school which started mixed classes iwo years ago and second Grade classes in Nashville where the first Grade classes in some schools were integrated for the first Lime last both first and second Grade sleeping sickness hits hundreds in far East Tokyo up the epidemic of sleeping sickness that has hit an estimated persons including several americans in Japan and Korea will not rach its Peak until mid september authorities predicted saturday the known death list on the basis of incomplete figures has reached a total of 802 including Robeson visits red Boss american Singer Paul Robeson poses with soviet Premier and communist party Boss Nikita Khrushchev during meeting Friday at Black sea summer resort near Yalta Khrushchev at the resort on crimean South Shore Robeson is touring Europe a photo Fai via radio from Moscow Ike plays Goli to Start vacation aids Loots fair game press aide reports new year next month 777 of a fied negro or White by a Legisla proximately Southern school districts will be integrated More than two million White children and More than negro Chil Dren will be involved in integrated Only a handful of these will be outside the Border states a year ago 738 districts had be gun or accomplished desegregation since the 1954 school decision two years ago the figure was 208 live committee a similar suit has been filed in Baton Rouge but has not been pushed pending outcome of the new Orleans action 6outh Carolina relies on a statute that withdraws financial support from a school which takes a Pupil by court order and from the school from which the Pupil is sent thus the negro and the White schools would be closed the school boards in Clarendon classes in some Nashville schools l be integrated this year under Federal court Nashville Grade year plan however is under court attack by Barents who claim it will never Benefit their children the City desegregated first rades amid violent Demontra ions last fall in the temporary first step plan the final plan a Jroy cd by the court would con Niue the temporary plan de Sega regaling the second Grade year and one additional Grade each year i negroes Are to attend i normally Allwhite schools in three of North Carolinas largest cities this year limited integration began last year with 11 enrolled one with Drew after a week but the other 10 completed the school year four will attend two schools at Ivins Ansalem seven will go Toi one school in Greensboro and two others will attend two schools at Charlotte Twenty three additional negro children applied for Transfer to White schools in Charlotte but the school Board rejected the applications four court cases aimed at Over turning the states school be Grigai Tion Laws Are pending in north1 Carolina courts in Kentucky More than negroes approximately Onei fourth of the negro school Popula Tion attend 262 integrated schools i at Fulton the City schools Are under a Federal court order to in Mcgrate this Yean by Dayton moors Newport r i presi Dent Eisenhower played 18 holes of Golf sunny skies at the Newport country club As he started a quiet As possible not go to the vacation White House press Secretary James said the president was gratified that Russia agreed to open talks oct 31 on Banning nuclear weapons tests 7 Hagerty said the president did not expect to attend the opening of such talks although he had no objections to Geneva As a site for them the president was notified Fri Day night that soviet Premier Nikita s Khrushchev had accepted the proposal of last week that the talks Start oct 31 on the possibility of a nuclear test ban Hagerty said Ikei game fair the president shot a fair game ending up with a score of around according to Hagerty Eisenhower hit most of his drives Well but had trouble on his putts he got one Birdie on the Par three 187yard eighth Hole he Laid his three Iron Lee shot two feet from the cup j the president planned to relax the remainder of the Day with businessman George vacation White House on St Adams a Navy installation across the Harbor from the naval base on coasters Harbor Island their wives were motoring York where they stopped off Fri Day night he to attend sunday Church services at the base Chapel and play Golf again later Hiu Long Ball although the president complained on the first tee that his Golf Bond Market takes drop ment Bonds decline sharply this week the downturn brought fur ther weakness in municipal Bonds and some High Grade corp tates traders said the Bond markets were making adjustments in line with an expected economic come Back corporate were not As severe investment Quality securities showed firming Tenden cies Early in the week but gave ground the last three sessions the Low yield and Utility components of the associated press Bond averages closed the week at new lows for the year foreign Bonds improved slightly ing game has been very bad visible to news men sailed More than 200 Yards the course was soggy when the presidential foursome played this morning but the temperature remained around 70 degrees a Golf ing the presidents eyes from a Bright Sun the chief executive played with Allen Newport pro Norman a Palmer and Howard g gushing the country club president Eisen Hower teamed with Palmer to win Hagerty said that shortly after his arrival Friday the president discussed the turbulent Formosa situation with vice adm Stuart h Ingersoll president of the naval War College Here but Hagerty said the talks were of a general nature because of the presence of Newport mayor Henry c Wilkinson Sharp earthquake shakes Frisco area san Francisco a Sharp earthquake Shook Western Saa Francisco and Peninsula towns to the South shortly before 10 saturday it knocked a police radio dispatcher Bert Morehouse out of his chair at san Bruno no damage was reported immediately a re n u j school boards in Clarendon there will be approximately a solid Wall of school Segre a county Birthplace of one of the while and 3750 Nezro lion has been maintained in Al five original supreme in mixed classes in Texas Bama Florida Georgia Louisi school cases have received pct this year mostly in the Southern Ana South Carolina Mississippi tons asking that school districts land Western parts of the state and Virginia Bui a few chinks be reorganized on a Nondis where concentration of a heroes is Are beginning to appear Crimin Atory integration has proceeded on a1 this in effect is a petition for relatively Light the 1957 legislature passed a Law requiring school boards to Call i limited basis in Tennessee Carolina and Kentucky after superintendents of the schools local option elections before sporadic violence last year it has involved have taken the requests schools arc integrated Only one met with less resistance in Texas under advisement getting the District out of has been into and in Oklahoma practically into Federal court by Way grated under this inn Alabama placement Law of local boards county boards and litigation is pending in the which Rives local school state is conceded to be Houskin and Dallas systems which unlimited police Power to an expensive and under Federal court orders to say where individual pupils go to process integrate with All deliberate school has survived its first court similar petitions were filed test but is being appealed to the Orang Churg Florence integration in Oklahoma has supreme court Charleston Greenville and spar moved Forward without incident a three judge Federal panel held Vanburk counties they got no integration has been a com that the Law is not than the county in 342 Ifil Elemon on its face but said it might later in Virginia the Norfolk school tary and 181 High schools be held unconstitutional in its aboard bowed to a Federal court i an estimated 6600 negroes arc plication after first rejecting the application attending classes in Oklahoma incoming gov John 151 negroes for admission to schools with Whites has said he will advocate Legisla Iwhite schools v j Tion to close the schools aulos the court decided after hired magically if any Are ordered jul rings that 17 of the applicants had1 grated pupils and teachers would been barred illegally Annapolis Arun be absorbed by other schools Charlottesville under int Gradel county health department the existing Law gives school Tion orders by a Federal hired its first full time pay boards the right to Csc be schools postponed school opening from Chia Trist which Are threatened with 2 to sept is or Elizabeth a Winiarz will fration but it mandatory Astle from Oak Ridge Wii re assume the duties next Wernex Florida Public school under Federal Jujj on labor Day we pay Honor to All american workers their skill and productivity Are Basic to americas strength Progress and Prosperity their steadfast Devotion to the american Way of life stands Ever As a sturdy bulwark of our Freedom Ose Baums air Force a3c David l Ful on of Jackson who died Friday in a Hospital near Inchon Korea two other airmen in Korea Are reported gravely ill with the sleeping sickness virus known As encephalitis another airman and three children of american military personnel were reported ill with the irus in Japan the children in elude Myra Davidson Foury Earold daughter of sgt and mrs Bradey Davidson of Concord who was stricken last week at the Ita Zuke air base in Southwest Japan a spokesman said Fulton the first member of the air Force in Korea to succumb in the cur rent sleeping sickness epidemic he was stricken at Kim san air base and evacuated to a Hospital a Ascom City outside Inchon where he died in the Case of the Little David son girl a report last monday said there was evidence of slight paralysis in her right Arm and leg and she was Semi Cosci saturday the Headquarters of the armed forces in Japan said her condition was still ser the epidemic thus far is one of the most serious of its types to hit Japan and Korea in recent years with summer heat expected to continue japanese and korean authorities predicted worst to come red scientists plan for winking sputnik Amsterdam winking general Dies it Gen John c h Lee retired Dep Uty commander under Eisenhower in Europe world War yester Day in York a he was 71 ten unhurt when plane crashes Godalming England ten persons escaped unhurt sat sputnik is being considered by Sou Day when a blazing Viet scientists crashed into a Field and ploughed i would blink a Light off and Ito within 50 Yards of a farmhouse on to make it easier to photograph the aircraft was flying to Farn and to track said or k f Borough where Britain National Ogorodnikova in a report saturday air show opens monday it was o the International astronautical piloted by Handley chief test federation Pilot h g Hazelden the Manhattan 9 til 9 Cloud 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