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Florence Morning News (Newspaper) - December 20, 1953, Florence, South CarolinaThe weather increasing cloudiness and of lightly warmer today and tonight. Tomorrow Cloudy Light to m. High 56, Low 35. Details Page 13-b. Published in the heart of the pee Dee form area in the state Reader s tip Bevo Francis Rio phenom will perform for Bike Trail font at Raleigh tuesday and wednesday. Details Page 1-b. Vol. 276 Florence s. C., sunday morning december 20, 1963 daily 5c sunday Loe weekly 36e double slaying suspect caught Ike finishes plans to protect nation Washington dec. 19 president Eisenhower wound up a three Day conference with Republican congressional leaders tonight on a 1954 legislative program he said will the Security the we fire and the economic stability of every american. The program Eisenhower said will measure american foreign pol icy by a single simple Rule docs it Advance the interests of America in that vein it is Clear that we must continue to strengthen the Unity of the free world to resist the provident said in a sum up Stalc ment that the White House Sessons made much Progress on a program he said will be based on the 1052 Republican platform. He expressed Confidence it will be supported by the great majority of our the three a a y sessions bore Down on a score of key topics taxes the budget the National de sense program farm and labor programs. Today the burning Issue of communism and subversives in government and outside commanded a major share of Atten Tion. Said the list of topics discussed was not All inclusive of recommendations he will sub Mil to Congress next month. But on those considered he said in Al most every instance it was agreed by All to press for their what these recommendations Are in detail the White House has no intention of disclosing until Early next month. The president plans to talk to them Over with the peo ple in a general Way Jan. 4, Over radio and television then deliver his state of the Union message to Congress. Leaders in Congress largely greed with Eisenhower that great headway bad been made and that he people will approve the pro Gram. Vice president Nixon came out f the while House with word to reporters that the conferences had been very successful. He added i am confident that great sup port for the president s legislative program has been developed As a of these speaker of the House Martin said the conferees had put in three lard Days of work and he believed when the people see the results they la be Senate Republican Leader know and Calif predicted co Ordi donated teamwork Between the executive department and the legis Active in the next congressional session. Sen. Ferguson chair Man of the Senate Republican policy committee called the con frences very valuable and like Wise forecast that the executive i and legislative branches will work closely together on a real pro he said it is one the peo ple can Well afford and it will e rep. Arends assistant gop Leader in the House predicted that this country will witness during this next session the most extraordinary and most effective one platoon legislative Effort Ever 4 Eisenhower h i m s e 1 of said the fundamental guiding principle in developing the program was that it will be based both in principle and pm Sophy on the 1952 gop platform. In that document Esen Howe said the party pledged it self to carry out certain obligations to the american people it and to ten old the stale s Powers to referee the disputes is Cut Washington dec. 19 Cern Over the Impact of the supreme court decision narrowing the Powers of states in labor management disputes was reporter to Day to have been the primary Point discussed at this week s White House legislative conference on amending the Taft Harlley Law. In fact it was reported that this subject was discussed so much that Little else of the complicated the problem was talked Over. A further White House meeting on the labor Law has been arranged for monday. Labor experts on president Eisenhower s staff Are then to con Fer Agan with congressional Lead ers probably including sen. H. Alexander Smith a no and Hep. Samuel k. Mcconnel chairman of the Senate and House labor committees. The supreme court ruled unanimously last monday that state courts Lack any Power to handle labor Union troubles in cases where the the act gives jurisdiction to the National labor relations Board. The court held that As Between Federal and state Laws the Federal Law is supreme. Management lawyers feel this Means that provisions of these Laws designed to let states and state courts Deal with strikes picketing Boycotts and other Union practices can t be enforced be cause such subjects Are covered by the the Law. One exception is the situation re Garding the Union shop in which All employees must become Union members within a certain time. Hunting Trio nabs Carney in Fields by Bob weii11cii morning news City editor Johnsonville dec. Carney gaunt eyed and weary after almost two weeks of eluding officers seeking him for a double murder was captured near Here shortly before Nightfall today by three Hunters. Or maybe even it s Rudolph Cleveland dec. Sobbing Small Fry in his neigh boyhood taught Francis n. Hart Jen today that the Welc before Christmas is no time to put an eight Point Buck Deer on display. Hartjen 51 and a Veteran of Many Deer Hunting seasons said he bagged the Buck in Trumbull county on the opening Day of Ohio s Deer season. Hartjen decided to give the kids a Chance to see the Deer. But instead of admiring the successful Hunter the kids turned on him accusingly demand ing to know whether it was Dan cer or prancer or Donner or Blitzen which of Santa s rein deers had he slain the cry went around the East Cleveland neighbourhood. The crowd wailing tots grew. Some irate mothers joined some of them pretty peeved Hartjen said. So he painted a big sign and Hung it on the Deer. It told everyone this is not one of Santa s told everyone that is except the 4 and 5-year-Olds to whom it mattered most. They can t read yet. Us i Dill to Jim a Cox of Johnsonville their shotguns guarding him closely turned car Ney Over to Constable Irby Stone and Highway patrolman son. Moore and Turner Florence drug clerks an.1 Cox a Farmer were not sure of the prize they had in their Bay when they contacted Stone. However Carney s actions plus a mental picture they had formed of the Slayer of 15-year-old Betty Claire Cain and h. B. Allen from Reward posters and newspapers made them suspicious. Stone said tonight he questioned Carney for almost an hour before the negro would admit his Iden Tity. Shortly after that Stone said Carney admitted lie was the Slayer of the Pamplico girl and her Date from Latla dec. G. Deputy sheriff Ray Shupe also said Carney had admitted his guilt adding that he was alone m the murders and that robbery was his shortly after Stone and Magis trate George Dunahoe had ascertained Hie identity of their captive they notified sheriff John Banna in Florence. Dunahoe said news of the capture had spread rapidly and that a Large crowd gathered it the jail. Dunahoe said he feared violence and that he and Stone decided to bring Carney to Florence. A Loni string of cars followed them of of Pamplico and Dunahoe had Stone go toward Marion in in of fort to elude Pursuit. Charleston w.va., Dee. Does have a Long Beard cried five year old Vicki Smith today during her first visit with Santa in a department store. After timidly studying Santa s face with her fingers the Little Blind girl reeled off her Christmas wishes. Wire photo Mich. Cons flee two Are hostages ii i la c1uwg Dunahoe said they went to to Marion jail intending to keep car Ney there until Hanna array cd however he said the Marion Jal or was accept to prisoner and the tort Orion decided to bring their prize capture to Florence. Drove to Florence they drove immediately to the Florence county jail where they turned Carney Over to Deputy Sher Iff Sanders Bacote it. Roy Wil Liams and Kennelh Brown of the stale Law enforcement division. Movement of the officers and their prisoner from then on was blanketed in secrecy. It was Learned however that Bacote deputies e. A. Mcleod and Hay Shupe took Carney to the Darlington county jail where he was questioned briefly. -.it, Hanna and the two state Law enforcement division officers then whisked the negro to the stale Penitentiary at Columbia. Stone said that Carney at first stubbornly denied his True identity he was wearing three pairs of trousers a Cap and a Blue coat the same clothing he was reported wearing when last seen. The Constable said he Carney talkative under the questioning of Shupe Ter tonight Carney became talk live and willing and anxious n go Over the details of the crime hich shocked the Carolinas and Rought n Reward of for the Wresl of the killer. Carney according to Shupe had Lanned a robbery the night of the murders. However a Man who to act us an accomplice Back d Oul at the last minute. He in urn drove Carney to a Road near is Home and leading to the the negro said he was

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