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Florence Morning News (Newspaper) - August 25, 1955, Florence, South CarolinaThe weather mostly Cloudy Ond occasional showers or Thunder if cowers. High today 86. Low 70. Details on Page 9-b. Of. 159" published in the heart of the pee Dee farm area in the Palmetto state Florence s. C., thursday morning. August 25, 1955 Reader s tip Palmetto league were postponed again lost night because of rain. Sifes change to night. See details on Page 1-b. Daily in sunday Loc weekly i5c Ike warns russians against wrong acts says youths part negro Taveres Fla aug. 24 Lake county school officials told circuit court that they dropped the Ive Allen Platt children fro i mount Dora White schools because of suspicions negro blood. The testimony state methodist churchmen opened a five Day annual conference of the South jurisdiction Here yesterday. Here from left Are Bishop Costen j. Harrell of Char Lotte or. E. E. Glenn pastor of the Host Church and the Rev. J. F. Trammell superintendent of the Host Lake City District. F morning news staff photo state s methodists to elect delegates More than 900 methodist churchmen will get Down to business matters today after opening the 170th annual South Carolina methodist conference Here yesterday. The conference called to order by Bishop Costen j. Harrell of Charlotte n. C., went through its organizational phase last night in preparation of four Days of business sessions. Top item of business today will face the Start of balloting for the Flection of 12 delegates to the Church s general conference in Minneapolis next april. These 12 delegates in addition to 14 others also will represent the conference at the Southeastern jurisdictional conference at Lake Junaluska n. C., next july. In the conference session last night 20 ministers were accepted into full connection with the Church. They Are Ralph Otis Bates Mcclellanville Roger Lee Branan Star Ralph Austin can non Chesnee Carl Douglas Clarey Columbia Charles Smith Crenshaw Rock Hill James Ben Jamin Cunningham owns ther Inonu Leroy Gable Bath i Orson Graham jr., Marion Anderson holler St. George conference Secretary Hie Rev. Or. Chandler and . E. Glenn pastor of the Host Church. Housing accommodations were at a Premium As the City already crowded with its annual influx of tobacco buyers received the methodists. Some delegates were quartered in nearby cities. Five ministers were named assistants to or. Holler the Confer ence Secretary. They were a. R. Broome of Columbia Victor Hick am of Bamberg b. Ii. Tucker of Union Joe Giles and j. S. Edwards of Mccoil. See related Story on Page 9-b was made Public Toddjr. They refused to say under oath however that they know the plat of Are part negro. The lest Mony was contain cd in preliminary discovery Deposit Lions taken at a closed hearing aug. 10 Al the request of or. And mrs. Allen Plait who Are suing the Lake county school Board for the right to enter their children in White schools. Judge Truman g. Flinch ordered Hal the depositions be made pub Lic on grounds that Public scrutiny would not interfere Wilh trial of the Case. The testimony was Given by Ken Dall r. Jones former school Board member county supt a. P. Vaughn or. And principal a d. Roseborough of mount Dora. Not called As a witness was sheriff Willis v. Mccall who in october recommended that the school Board dismiss the children. Mccall has said he has proof the plaits Are part negro. Platt says his family is of Cherokee Indian and Irish Ameri Mcdowell Gray Piedmont and Phil Mace Jones. Greenville. Also Charles Kirkley. New Zion William Whitfield Mcneil. Green Wood Booker c. Short Westminster Clemson Mayo Emily Kern Wood Stephen Carlie Smith Kern Bert Henry s. Kuggas. Hartsville James Herbert Thomas. Olar Melvin Edward Tingle. Student at Westminster Seminary Harold a. Walton Marion and George w. Whitaker Timmonsville. Minimum salaries for ministers were raised last night at the conference session. If the minister the married Wio be added and for any child under 20 who is not married. Or. Melvin k. Medlock District Dulles sends aide by John m. Hightower superintendent of Columbia open j Confer with French German and the evening session with Pray j British officials on the Developer. Men of coordinated Western pol the Glen club of Central method for Lyle 1st Church provided special music press of Lucr Lincoln White said Washington aug. 24 of state Dulles has ordered one of his most trusted lieutenants to Fly to Europe sunday for Allied conferences on creation of a Tough but Friendly Western approach to new negotiations with Russia in october. The general line of United states policy for the big four foreign ministers conference which will be Gin at Geneva oct. 27 was made Clear by president Eisenhower in a speech at Philadelphia today. Eisenhower said that in a search or world peace we must be firm jut shortly before the president s speech to the american bar Assn., he state department announced hat Livingston t. Merchant As Sislane Secretary of slate will leave for Europe sunday. He will visit Paris Bonn and London to peeled to get is diplomatic recognition from Russia. The stale department said that its study of the work of the Summit conference at Geneva last month has been completed and we arc now moving Forward to develop our positions for the foreign minis ters Roseborough testified the Chil Dren have never been expelled or suspended from the mount Dora school. He said he was present when sheriff Mccall talked with mrs. Platt and that the sheriff suggested it might be Wise for the children not to return to school until invest ligation of their racial background is completed. Florida Law provides for segregation in Public schools. A letter to Roseborough from g. E. Brant superintended of schools at Holly Hill s.c., where the plaits formerly lived was introduced. The Leller indicated the children attended special elementary school for croatians. Children of this school Are later admitted to the Holly Hill White High school Brant said. The letter added Thev the negro youths try admission to n. School old fort. N.c., aug. 24 five negro children accompanied Liy an adult sought unsure ass fully today to enter the old fort part negro. 1 would rather think they arc a quid crowd of about 350 while persons parted silently to allow the Houston tex., 2-1 i la to walk up to the school India s ambassador to the United Isles. Alter school officials refused states was gelling extra special admit them the negroes left trial men not when he was moved from a Public just As quietly. The consolidated school is the to a private dining room at one in Mcdowell county Airport cafe Houston s mayor Koy Viown 770 population. The ill Heinz claimed today. Yesterday Llo Heinz the slate department and others apologized g. L. Mehta for an apparent snub because he was mistaken for a negro. The slate department today said its apology still until he received i he apologies Mehla said he had thought he was being treated As a very important Pierson. The ambassador and his Secre Ary slopped off Here in route to Mexico City monday. Mrs. May Alley the cafe super who moved the ambassador made a formal statement about he incident today. It was de Vered to newspapers along with one from the mayor. Darlington child killed in Accident Darlington aug. 24 Don old Leroy truest 4-year-old son of or. And mrs. Hoy Truett died to Lay of injuries received when he was hit by a Dairy truck near Here shout 1 p. In. The Accident occurred on the old Carlsville Road when Hie child Al tempted to Cross the Road. The Driver of the Dairy truck Schlight Dewitt jr., slopped and accompanied the child to Mcleod infirmary in Florence where the youngster died before being admit Ted. Coroner .7. H. Kistler said that an inquest will be held but has not yet set a Date. Funeral services will be conducted it 5 p. In. Friday from the Church of god of Prophesy by the j. Roy Duncan. Burial will Only negro Schoolman the county is consolidated High school in Marion built in Al a Cost of when Hudgins opened about 85 old fort. Negro children were transferred there from an old Frame school which was abandoned. About 35 negro families chose not to Send their youngest children to Marion and established private classes in a Church. The teacher was paid from funds contributed by both Whites and negroes. Melvin ii. Taylor superintendent of Mcdowell schools told All fort Joyner the negro adult with the children that they could not h admitted. Taylor said principal had been instructed nol to euro children of either race who Prev Ousby had been assigned to schools Joyner thanked Taylor and Sai Hal he Lead wanted to America is on crusade Philadelphia aug. 24 historic in dependence Hall president Eisenhower warned Russia today that America never will buy peace at a Price of accepting soviet violations of the rights of men and of Eisenhower took a solid no appeasement stand against what he called the wrongs of a divided Germany the domination of captive satellites and subversion organized on a worldwide Iro alans do not associate with follow in Grove Hill cemetery. Negroes and become highly insult-1 the parents and one brother de if anyone suggests they Are Henry Truett survive. Latta doctor Dies As Auto overturns Darlington aug. 24-dr. Liam s. Bithea 43, of Latta a k filled instantly near Here tonight when his car overturned Accord ing to state Highway patrolman c. It. Butler. The patrolman said that or Belthea s car had gone off he Lef hand Side of the Road for a Lance of approximately fee before turning Over on the Rygh hand Side five Miles East of Dar Lington on Highway 34. Buller said the right rear tire on or. Belthea s car was Flat but h was nol sure if that was the cause of the Accident. Assisting Butler in the inv Sliga Ion Are Darlington county sheriff Johnny Stokes and deputies Chap Nan and fun Ley. For the evening. Secretary o state Dulles. British Hurricane Edith develops heading West Northwest or e. E. Glenn pastor of the in Iamb Fla. Auer. 24 Small tightly wound f reign Secretary Macmullan and Host Church introduced Envor French foreign minister Pinaya Herncane the filth of the season was found far out in David h. Mcleod. A methodist presumably will meet prior to j the Atlantic today in the same Section of the ironical spawned Connie and Diane welcomed the delegates. Following the Al croon service. Bishop Harrell assisted by the i conference s 11 District Layman the Rev. Curtis e. With Sovil foreign storm Belt that spawned Connie and Diane Rick head of the Florence minis a Nampel Edith the new Hurricane had win Tenal Assn., and m. L. Meadors. Central methodist Layman who Chan Richane had Wink of Frea near the Center. It was i Chan an Opportunity to Confer on West Northwest to Northwest direction and at two situations More urgent now i1 111 near latitude 23.3 North and Longitude r than the october conference. These 55.3 West. I deals administered holy a Norm i. The North african riots Ion to the members and delegates against inc French. The . Gov assisting him wore or. Adlai c. I eminent is deeply concerned Over Tambone s meditations Fly Alley Bob Styf v l Arm be. Rules but de Hatter Oit to know be i i and Longitude that location places in some 750 Jit was 100 Miles away from the Washington statute of Komuda the situation because of its ii Selling effect on France a key ally in Europe As Well As the dangers Miles Northeast of san Juan Center but was receiving Only puerto Rico. And about Miles seven mile winds. From Folh Miami and Cape hat 1 forecasters also were Wal Chine a _ _ eras c. Atlon Ltd not Loo much is known about it storm Lor Casier Cecil Ion a weak Easterly wave in inc extreme Eastern Gulf of Mexico. Crest of his wave was just West Hurricane Edith America he said is on a Cru Sade for a just and secure peace to fulfil a deep seated hunger of and he said "1 think we can achieve it. Bui to Lei an eagerness to avoid War Lead to a false the president said would perpetuate injustices and wrongs of Hie pres ent and assure future he said a combination of sus unions and Icar probably explains nit i innit excuse Russia s Posi Ion on Germany Sale Lilc coun Ries and International subversion. In Justice to the chief executive declared we can never i Cepl those wrongs As a part of he peace that we desire and the president spoke from a milling bedecked platform a few eel from inc Liberty Bell and the Udo Hal cradled american free the occasion was a combined ceremony sponsored by the Macri can bar Assn. In annual convention Here and a Federal com Mission commemorating the 200th anniversary of the birth of John Marshall the fourth chief Justice of inc United Stales. The present chief Justice Earl Warren spoke too. I organized As this will thrive thou ii the com bind intelligence and understand ing of men or will shrivel in the greed and of some it for the future to j Eisenhower credited Marshall with having hide the Constitution signed Here in Independence Hall a vital dynamic deathless Charier for free and orderly living in the United Marshall he said was patient tireless understanding logical persistent. He said America needs to exercise in the crusade for peace the qualities of John mar shall. Peace and Security can be the the oppressed for the weak for the Strong. But this can be done Only if we stand uncompromisingly for principle for great issues with the Fervour of the Zeal of the Wilh the Case of East and West on trial before the bar of world opinion Eisenhower told lawyers it his audience that the bar association will play a critical the presentation of Freedom s ease. Both sides he said claim to be seeking enduring peace above All else., Bui one believes in a government of Laws administered y free men inc other in a Rule by decree hat ignores Man s spiritual values. The final judgment he said May be years in coming. Chief Justice Warren followed Eisenhower to the speakers stand o say thai it will do much to urn the tide in favor and there fore toward if the world s made to see the provisions of he u. S. Constitution guarantee no human rights Are living things enjoyed by All americans and enforceable in our courts every this Public rededication of the Jar and Bench of America to constitutional principles he said will be heartening to everyone who believes in the Force of Law rather than the Law of thousands of people clustered in Independence Square under fuzzy Sun and broke in on the presidential address with occasional applause. Others peered Down from nearby office buildings. Eisenhower flew up from Washington this morning. He headed Back for the capital Afler his address to wrestle Wilh problems of flood disaster. At the outset of his speech he injected an Appeal to the nation to Force on the red Cross More funds for Relief that in can use. This Philadelphia appearance had some of the trappings of a political Campaign the crowds Licker tape and confetti spewing out of windows Eisenhower stand-1 ing up in the Back scat of i mousing showing his ear to car inn and waving two handed a utes to the onlookers. Police commissioner Thomas Gibbons estimated that per sons turned out to see the presi Donl. At a downtown hotel Eisenhower Ven got in Brief session Wilh v. Thacher Longstrelh Republican candidate for mayor of Philadel shia and Oiler local political readers. Possibly in defense of a Nomina Ion thai failed. The president gave be political tinge to his address. To the accompaniment of a burst f applause Eisenhower said he lever would name to the Federal Man who would not serve n the tradition of John when he makes a nomination to in Federal judiciary he said it s with a Sharp realization that the Independence and in eerily for and capacity of inc judiciary Are Ilal to our nation s continued Swine auction does t bring High bidders bidding on hogs was no better than it has been on tobacco As South Carolina Hampshire Breed ers association sold 37 pure bred animals for yesterday at its annual Sale at the Eastern Carolina fair grounds. The state s Duroc breeders Hope to do a Little belter tomorrow As they offer a night Sale which starts at the fair grounds at 8 p. M. Fourteen of the consigned Swine will wanting As auctioneer Luss now. Monn i uen to creates or positions a k of a 1 in and key North Africa i self. The Voled 1 v very Stales has live in morocco., the problem is the rend for film r i of Sib Lily and american diplomatic moves i of i r plane irom nor v Mola got into the storm weather moving irom Ali noon when in was sent out remained the Lii of Al Easterly wave the past couple of weathermen had been watching. W mls to "i.p.h. And stronger in showers the plane radioed Back Hal the i the wave moved into the Gulf of Hurricane winds were lond close Mexico last night bringing showers m around tin Eye of the storm. To Florida and Cuba bin so fur it Sanjuan Virgin is. Stales is doing everything possible to press Hie French government inward a settlement Wilh rebellious native Lleini its. J. The visit of Chancellor Kong us Adenauer to Moscow next month. Extend Miles to the Boidi shows no signs of developing info Adenauer who has been Vaci Itin a Iid and my Miles to the storm. The Wither Kim Uii said. In in Switzerland a spoiled due Iid a. I a s two most destructive Back in Bimi next week. Mer. M. original cd in the Sime Chan j. My to Bonn area. As is usual ii time possible a High level Coord ,2 american West Gentian ideas in i. N 0. Iad Vanee of Adenauer s talks Iii re ise in s it Sci in sir let k Ilii Skimin Al Moscow. The american Mainland in hip car i russians arc he iced to he mails and slowed paths of deals Nouv Erizik install German rearm in Anil destruction in Many Stales to nip ii in Western Alliance. Adenauer will seek commile pals in re Lorn of Pirn inn War prisoners a wisc Colombia Itaf Elgua i Dominica the highest Price paid for any Sale was Hie s127. To George some Southern democrats have Mackay of Orangeburg gave mrs. Objected to the president s g. Mcdowell Oll Lliott Tor her lion of u. S. Solicitor Simon Sobel Jared Gilt Vin perfection Queen off to the lib circuit court of a the Gill bred to Arrow sell. 1, peals on the basis thai Sobeloff is the daughter of the 10.14 slate has been a Strong Champion grand Champion racially mixed Public schools. The next Best was paid by ii. Senate failed to confirm the Apjok. Mccracken of Lili Illon to Point Mcnol in the recently closed Hall Plantation of Georgetown for Gilt d. Ii. Southern the bred Princess. The top Price for an open was which c. Goodman Murray. By. Here is Edith. This locator map shows the approximate position of the season s new Hurricane. Map wire photo ill lulls Walcer null Hie Atlantic Auk. 12 find hit i Clion of , an Observance of hip open kills hut inc ii Hal 1 Diane Only a few Days Ajo in Alcil an is limited i7i. N Orch Carolina Comisi Wilh Buman rights and in end Broom he in i i i a i Alec Nii Pii obtained some in Caird uie hoods on rep Diane Alrui k some of the areas Mill winds Sid clinics or subversion Erk Anizell on a world a Croce. Rishi out. Of 12 other Cal session of Congress. Aside irom inc one political note. The speech focused on inner Nat oud affairs and on gave v. Holmes to America. A Road Asl Lull Iii Lor miss i. Anil Lik vim in Kidi orally Over some Nel works in was Eisenhower s foreign policy address since in his report to the people Eller Geneva dig four conference. The spirit of he said Vivere sold Lor or an aver in in is to provide a healthy at-1 use of year inc lop to sphere Lor inc Pursuit of peace Gill brought and bred Gills in it is to be genuine and spurious must inspire All to a Cor no sales were i us inn my on orman Iii no i his s from ship Nicl i of new had Heen bit Only a week or Lial ruins to new Icicy ill wide Senlo. Ali cation but he is really sex one Hie Del sol a Pili in York new find Carlicia by came in new York uhf Lucr or nol b Oais in Lor it spirit average of

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