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Florence Morning News (Newspaper) - August 18, 1957, Florence, South CarolinaWeather partly Cloudy a Little Coor wifi widely scattered after noon and evening thundershowers. High 88, Low 68. Details on Page vol. 148 Reader s tip Hollywood rising in indignation Over scandals from confidential Magazine s criminal libel trial. Story Page 9-b. Florence s. C., sunday morning. August 18. 19s7 daily pc sunday if Martin maps Battle for broader rights easy does it a United air lines plane with 61 persons aboard lands safely in son Francisco yesterday after a non Stop flight from new York with a blown tire. The big plane with two dual wheels under the wings shredded the tire on take off from new York Here the ship touches Down As emergency equipment stands guard along the runway. T a photo fax giant plane has ticklish time touching Down with blown tire by Robert 1cuxsox and Leif Erickson san Francisco aunt. 17 _ a four engined plane with Fil people landed safely Here today will one of its Viant tires in ribbons from a mow Cut that occurred As it left Idlewild Airport. New York the United air lines dc7 came Down smoothly into a brisk wind lit san Francisco International Airport on a runway. Eight fire trucks which had been ready for hours. A Large crowd had gathered to watch the drama. The Pilot capt. Clyde Parlette. S3, of san Carlos. Calif., brought Bis big Craft quickly to a halt. He turned it around and taxied Back to the Airport with a triumphal escort of three fire trucks police cars and a Busload of newsmen. Ii was just a routine Parlette a Veteran of 20 years with Ual and hours of flight time. That s Why we have Ito tires and two tubes on each but he snowed signs of Strain superhighways stuck in mud Washington aug. 17 construction of a 41.000-mile net work of superhighways a mrs crossing the nation has been caught in the Pinch of rising costs and diminishing income. Results of the Pinch my not up until fiscal 19ro, which starts july 1. Ifl59. From then until possibly 1968. Or later it s go ing to Hurt. The Highway act of contemplated completion of the inter slate system in 13 to 15 years. Officials of the Bureau of Public roads Are now talking in terms 16 years and possibly longer. Even to Complete it in 16 years will Call for a Mammoth burst of Road building activity in the last year or so of the program. J original estimates put the Cost and wore a stubble of Beard which he had t bothered to shave off before Landing. He said he told the passengers about the blown Oul tire when the plane was Over Sacramento Aboul 70 Miles away. He said he had Felt the tire was out of line on the Takeoff and had noticed a vibration while retracting the land ing gear. After delivering his 5k Passen Gers and four other crewmen Sale s Parlette seemed surprised that Airport of Licals had made such a show of the Landing. When a reporter told him his wife had said she was not coming to the Field to see the Landing be cause she Dirin l want to drive Over the crowded Day Shore free Way. Partlett looked startled and said. Von mean you called her Aboul James Hiers of Norristown. . Said although he and other passengers had noticed a slight Jolt on Takeoff they had known nothing about the blown tire until Parlette told them about 20 min utes before Landing. A control Tower operator the problem was whether the other tire of the dual right Landing gear would hold up under the Strain beside the damaged tire. If it should go too. Die result could have been a ground Loop particularly if the nose wheel tire did t stand the Strain. Still another possibility was that m order to equalize drag might have had to Brake his left Landing gear which in turn could have blown out. None of this happened and the big plane seemed to touch Down into the stiff Breeze from the Norl Wesl As if nothing was wrong. Secret strategy forged by gop Washington Auk. 17 after a conference with president Eisenhower rep. Joseph w. Jim tin jr., announced today he has a secret civil rights proposal and said republicans would fight for an adequate Bill. Declining to describe the proposal now or tip off strategy the House Republican Leader said i think a lol of democrats will Vole with us when they see our proposal. Some of them will think twice before they vote against although word yesterday from some Republican leaders indicated that a Compromise was As Good As wrapped up there appeared to be a stiffening attitude today in at least some sectors of by Federal judges without jury trials. The Senate Cut Down the in Junction provision to voting rights. Then it added that jury trials must be granted in most criminal contempt cases. This jury trial re qui Rancil would apply not just to voting rights disputes but also to a wide Range of cases having Noth ing to do will civil rights. I under the Senate Bill jury trials would not be required in cases of civil contempt where the judge s j aim is to obtain compliance with at the White it a he Lam to punish a House. Martin resumed to the i a i r .7 Capitol to declare the president s jl2 position is unchanged and he still favor is not in favor of the terms of a Senate Bill Compromise being pushed by number of House democrats. Ing a stronger measure than the have talked of settling this time for the Senate Bill with some changes. Let me make it Crystal Martin said. Thiere is no weaken ing in our position. We want a Bill As first proposed by president Eisenhower that will adequately pro act the voting rights of millions of our although the administration has slated thai voting rights protect Ion is its main aim. Its Bill As trod cod and passed by the Louse went Fai beyond that Field. It would permit the attorney general to apply for Federal court not actions against alleged Viola ions of All kinds of civil rights. Arsons disregarding the Iii inc u. I to give armament talks shot in Arm Washington aug. 17 glitch Ell. Dii s. Officials Haw decided that sity ext Ensi or. William Kelley biology prof Center Here taps Kelley for biology slight on Weed termed reckless the chairman of the state farm Bureau s tobacco committee yesterday described As reckless and Unwar ranted a . Dept. Of agriculture claim that a declining differential Between South Carolina and Georgia tobacco prices was caused by lower reputation of Palmetto state Golden Weed. E. F. Williamson of Darlington made the charge with endorse ment of e. H. Agnew president of the state Bureau. His defense of the qual y of South Carolina s tobacco and the integrity of pee Dee farm ers to abide by the in to a statement made riday by Clarence g. Miller Deputy director of the commodity i stabilization service of the us a. Miller at a hearing of the House agriculture committee s sub com Gia Florida tobacco has gone he states while the reputation in Tir North and Smith Carolina to Illiam r. Kelley ass Omle Bacco has Gme Down professor of biology at he uni this no Saili is he sole reason verily of South Carolina has been behind the fact that Loose tobacco designated As biology professor at particularly on Georgia markets. Lina crop is planted to the Black listed he added that the re Marks failed to recognize that the comparative Quality of crops from different areas varies Froin year to or that there is not enough Loose Leaf tobacco this year to fill the usual Trade Agnew added As he endorsed Williamson s answer that he was surprised at such a statement coming from Clarence Miller. Had from o from Joc Williams Muttee on tobacco said the top ii or Frank Ellis 1 would t have lation of Palmetto state had declined because of the heavy in Bis reply Williamson asked use of three blacklisted could the statement be another Coker 139, 140 and Dixie Subtle us a Stab at varieties that Bright 244. The reputation of geor it knows Are not being to sell on their a Western negotiations with rus on disarmament need shot i the Arm. This foreshadows one the Florence Extension Center by or. William e. Hoy. Head of the department according to announcement old. Nicholas p. Rector of the univer Ion division. The Florence Extension cent i has brought higher prices than tied and graded Leaf in the Caro the diet Prential of five cents a i Pound for tying and grading is i still being added in the support prices. Miller asserted. Williamson asserted that vim Ltd in 1 i will open in september for fresh u is d d take into Man work. Courses will carry Lull i account another statement issued several Days ago from the same Law seeks slash in Price of cars ions could be jailed for contempt More use resident credit. By the United states and division of the i. S. Depart Mei Allied governments in the London i f c pm Var assistant pro of agriculture that not More tha we thin lessor of foreign languages at the the next week or University is resident director and officials who declined to fore of foreign languages for the Center. Or George Curry will teach history and or. Hugh pen Dexter 111, will teach Eglish. Conference cast the nature of these moves precisely said cautiously today hat certainly some movement is to be expected in the Western position prior to a recess of the negotiations. Or. Kelley was graduated from the slate teachers College de ree i of 1 percent of the South Caro move to combat inf hiting. Input proposals hint has been p last ditch plea slated on aids Washington. Aug. 17 the i president Eisenhower is sending team of three lop officials for the damaged re. Pieces of Law president Walter p which were found on the runway ,1 i h at Idlewild. Could not be inspected no in l making Public idlers sent yes Jle Day to Genera motors co. And Chrysler Irp. Contracts with the Parl the circled the Landing Tow i a when he Arr had so observers in ii the ground could look for dam age. They saw the big tire was cracked lapping. Torn and one part was area deaths there was no immediate com ment from the Auto firms. Sleuther said the proposal was based on the unanimous action of the Law International executive Board. He said he was suggesting big three run out next Spring around june j. The Union has announced that Oal in new contract Lego Lii Lions will he a Shorter and a substantial increase in take pro John n. Honks. Flurry county. I mrs. Maltie time runs. Flor of the vast Road building 27 i billion dollars. The fed Era government picks up 90 per ton. I. Cent of the Tab and states pay Thoj miss group la balance. Rising costs have knocked that estimate into a cocked hat. A new estimate now being completed is Home pay. Earlier this year Reuther posed to the Heads of the Auto companies that they get together with the Union in separate management Union talks to explore the finn Irr darting Johnson con expected to add a minimum of three billion dollars to lire Bill and maybe More. Mrs. Charles j. Lynch. Scran ton lit. I. Mrs. Ella Kartell. Pinili Allown. M. A. Hupps. county Del iils disc restraint in Price and wage policies. Declaring that neither Corpora Tion profits nor Union Aspira Lions were Paramount. Reuther told Urgesi ileitis of the Bis Llu up bulb by Ijar an hip interests of am Ricau ple As a whole in a stable Price level. Kor thai reason we Are confident our members will he willing to take the consequences in collect live bargaining if the Price reductions we propose should make it impossible to meet All of their just demands and still maintain a reasonable Rale of Paris. A n or. 17 i a . Air Force sergeant Ponfil " who says his family traces its american history Back member added in other words ired to a positive and practical proposal idea of a Shorter work week be for making an effective beginning j fore the Start of bargaining sons j in stopping and reversing the in j is ins. The companies turned Down inflationary he noted that he proposal. President Eisenhower has asked reminding the companies that management and labor to exer Juhe Union is now getting read Lor her contract negotiations Reu Lilly spelled out by u. S. Negotiator Harold Stassen during in. I Asl iwo months. Lassen has been hampered by Allied disagreements which have slowed the Pace of his operation and brought a steady drum fire o complaint from the russians. The completed Allied statement seem certain to contain for the first time a definitive proposal on cutting off the manufacture of atomic armaments As part of a first step disarmament treaty. The United Stales and ils allies May dramatize their offer on this Issue to get across to the world their argument that some Prog Ress has been made in the talks and that the talks Are Well Worth continuing. From Cornell Good morning f angry go wants son s citizenship to 1725. Angrily insisted today that his i Iii ninth of disc arc in to la a baby without a pm try Lias the i Erht to be we if possible we Ilni wild find Ronn for . American citizen by birth. Bui William .1. D. . 25, his Duglish wife inc French insist dial the child Insl be Ruist prod As a Kren Cli snid Thev did l know where Roui Luiu Tor help. Then son Al j sump frit Nils on a sired when the houses Are fairly together the noise of oui Muiir onh is then in t any thai t Ditlif it Fil to .sunn1 ship Prim Day Worth while object Ive. Don t scare the wild Rice the too loud radios and Teevens week is followed by Pink paint was terrible for Public Parks which h was so bad one Man across then by nigh is to comb you Nib. Street his my hair with a salad Fork yelled Al a neighbor turn thai Many of hip week. Really arc thing Down " Worth while and May he during Dav and More sensible than inc imaginary open windows Anil open Rions. Ones i Kiln inc that Ali Iii fax in week Aversit v. Lit Laishl at Alt. Lebanon Hish school in Pittsburgh and at c or Nell while doing in Iduate work. He came to the University in j951 As ass Island professor and was made associate professor in 19sj. Or. Kelley has been engaged in making a botanical Survey for the u. S. Atomic Energy commission last ditch Appeal to an increase in the senat foreign Aii funds. But unless All the signs an wrong. Secretary of stale Dulles . Arthur w. Raiford am John Hollister Are Likely to hav Little Success. Dulles is expected to ask the Senate appropriations committee at a closed door session monday to boost up to the Legal ceiling of the Mutual Security Cash allowance shrivelled to every summer since coming to the by a House vote ear University. He has presented two papers re lating to this work at National meetings of the american inst Ute of biological sciences hire cent years at Cornell University and at the University of Florida and will present a third paper this month at the aids meeting to be Lier in the week. Hollister the retiring director of the International cooperation administration will Back up this plea. Radford retiring chairman of the joint chiefs of staff will argue for increases in military assistance and defense support. Will. Sen. Knowland a Calif i my i h was 111 he four somewhere m this com did certainly should have n Wol years bring my. During the com. Ton Siim Lary l a held at Stanford University. He has read papers at other proves lne Spnable a Puli signal meetings and has had i Sefc to w be Olla 50nle number of Cieni Ifica article Piib-j0 the House ruts. Bill they have listed. I almost no Hope of restoring Hie j Lull amount Wrighi. Eisenhower. He is a of Sigma i to i. Hit american association lol the advancement of science the american Institute of biological sciences the botanical society o America the association of South Eastern biologists the South car Olina Academy of science Kappa Delta i and the american association of University professors. Dunn i world War ii or. Keller rackets probe hears Climax in coming week Washington. Aug. 17 we sen. Mcclellan dark said today two teamster big shots James r. Hoffa and Einar 0. John will be the principal witnesses in the Cli Max next week of an investigation of labor racketeering in new York. Hoffa is the Midwest Leader of the giant teamsters Union and the front running candidate to succeed Dave Beck As president at the Union convention in Miami sept. 30. Mohn is executive vice president and Beck s right hand Man. Both have been linked in Tes Timony before the special Senate rackets committee to charter issued for phony gangster dominated locals of the teamsters Union in the new York City area. Mcclellan. The committee chair Man said Mohn has been called o testify monday afternoon when he hearings Are resumed. Hoffa s scheduled to take the witness chair tuesday. Also to be heard monday ahead if Mohn is other witness whom Ilc Dellan Calls the senator declined to identify this witness in Advance. Anthony Williams graveside funeral services for 19-year-old Anthony Isaac Wil iams former florentine who crowned in Lake Murray near co Umbria aug. A will be held at p. M. Today at mount Hope Terne Tery. His body was recovered Jester a. S Oung Williams rho was a Xian n Florence but lived in Columbia a year was employed t the sea cola bottling Plant in co Milia. He was a member of Cal Ary Baptist Church. And a half in of Cru Xii Iii Aii Fiill ii i Tinl flu Kos Livoli Ino Lii i will the 1 Iii Ltd slate.-, m to the baby. Anthony j. D. Lewis of Iii Llu re and hits hot non fill has been Sci Icid in . , Anth wat bin n in Fiance when Lawis tool him to the Aini Neun pm in Harrij to have his son Ili slut tie n it ii Jueit in Likit the b Yeji is in lond Mil be an american citizen i Lewis whose a Gal Roii Seniv is Lewis had nol lived n j. Wrote to cars in the United suites. Sumii ii. Smith i under u. S. Citizenship Laws hip porn Wilcin. American who has married an mrs. said the up. Alien Meisl have lived in inc ii. Plied Hal no private Hill could thai Iii Glt of Limp before Chr Jenss in Congress As our is hip birth of a child if to wants Hal child could lip up child to he a citizen. Isaid ii would Hrinik ii in the it la Plain and France Al a have in Linin of inc slate Roii Apfl hip infant . Mis an a Siver can Noi by Al . .vai.l. It was trans nil de by the Mother Blank Many Florence churches lending support to crusade starting Here this afternoon Chilli lit in Linin. .11 c Lilleli i Villi 01 in Iriti Ruif the i open will i a rally Lii Iii Iii Mii in .1 .1.1 in ii Biu to my limit a of St Chuich tin West f Ilmi Lii ii i i a. Spin siiri a by by Ivy. No semen of Florence the uni sad in Lii Crof Milnrt Dirac cd Pri Marily a i a Vitili. Void la fur. .i m. Re r p c i n r sent Klith of Columbia who in inc or will by tin vl.-Ili.if1 ii Imu uni i ill us Lull l in he. R Iii l 6i cic.iiwiu-. N r Ovid t a tip in Luis fur the i Liivi i silly v a i Lilb. In Milom. The him of a ppm a pm claim cil by fld Filici Vid . Oihi i Linchis ill hic in rip i in join in inc . Which will ii hold in tally at mini tilt la Ilij Fuff it i to hum it a t Hiiri a. Is. limn it l Hill Mitt in tilt it Vav Ili plaits m you univ ii Nolc of tin Pec i t i nut in be Lith Fly. Sci ii to prove to 111. World Ihal Mill Havi Christian youth. My i m sure during this Cru tade in a Inni Way in Hur a ibis Tail i id up m ? and Toncer nine immoral i Lizul ii Liri fully tin i., jul action Minifay i Iii .1? adult Luul. Wiful to tin a Luigi. N will to in blk Al l Iii void ill Ili Eccli a Al Iii Leuis and rec hindi tin 1111 porn Lainon of Chrim an Nitrini inc ii Sadr. . Kid is uni i a in . The will inn no inn Mimi in hour and a , it is pin Misad. The inside facts in today s news now Mitt in Hor Yoong neighbourhood Tomboy going in for end b ill. Orput it on a tvs a. Mrs. A h. Munn of Florence Olert and act itly life at 85, her profile on 12-b. Vernaro Baruch will be 87 tomorrow. It k Rel sailing autobiography in conjunction with annl Vertry. Head a Pricop of Tilic Illus Trout South Carolina native on so. Other in tin to inquiring photograph to i snooping 1-1 pee Dee rambler 8-8 pen a City a 3-af 8-8 sports 1, a 4-Bi Odt and 2-a Drew Nalder Fei ii editorials 4-a by life Florence morning and another thing 8-a

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