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Florence Morning News (Newspaper) - January 12, 1958, Florence, South CarolinaWeather fair to partly Cloudy. Not As wild today. Cool again tonight. Ram and mild monday. High 54 Low 34. Details Page 2-a Reader s tip Maryland upset Carolina tar heels act basketball game last night. Hire and Story Page 6-a. Vol. 296 Florence s. C., sunday morning january 12, 1958 daily 5c sunday Senate Leader u res knocking plan strange lights reported state a strange Light the sky Over thought to have landed the the Southeastern Stales about mid night last night caused numerous and varied reports from Many Points. The Florence civil aeronautics administration office reported conversations by radio Between sever Al stations concerning the reported Light and said it was impossible to pinpoint the path but it seemed to be moving across a Westerly direction. The Caa also said the reports related the object As extra Large meteorite which looked As it the Tail was dropping off As it crossed overhead. Points As far South As Daylong reach. Fla., reported. The Wil Mington. C., Airport Tower said airline Pilot made the first re port to them describing the Light As a Large Neon looking obstacle with Sparks slate Highway Patroon through out the state called to respective stations giving various descriptions of the object. At Darlington a patrolman said his radio went out As the Light approached and passed to his North. Russia West tie Summit talks Washington. Jan. 11 w Russia and the Western Powers reached Complete deadlock today the Issue of holding a big East West conference. But diplomats privately predict a foreign minis ters meeting a Summit session or both later this year. The prediction is based a be Lief that both sides the cold War need High level talks and that Public opinion particularly and neutralise countries like India is exerting. A steady pressure for efforts to reduce the risks of nuclear War. Julian Price enters race sex police chief entering race for magistrate Julian Price former Florence police chief entered the race for magistrate of Florence yesterday. He was the fourth candidate to de Clare for the june 8 primary. Offering for election the basis of Law enforcement experience he said he wanly to give he citizens the Florence District the Best service possible this if Eccl cd i intend to do two Price said. One to give the people my full time and serv ice and second to work with and cooperate Wilh Price said the taxpayers gave me fourteen years of expert Nice Law enforce Neil. They should certainly reap the Benefit of hit1 experience they gave me. The office of magistrate re quires a maximum of Wisdom and judgment. I am prepared to give of myself to the service of the people of the Florence Dis Ricl be cause of my love for the people for the profession of Law Price who has been business since if ski. Is a member of the first Raplis Church a Veteran of world win i. A thirty second degree Mason and member of Omar Temple and a mrm bar of the american legion and the Lions club. Sumter Vicinity a Check Wilh a state Highway patrolman there proved the Light was seen crossing Over Sumler but continued South Westward. A patrolman of the slate High Way patrol travelling toward Flor said he saw the huge Light and e nce he Pamplico Highway thought it was Landing near Flor ence. R. H. Williams radio operator at the Florence stale Highway patrol office declared his radio was log ged Wilh numerous reports from patrolmen the area including at Lake cily Darlington and other cities. A Caa Tower at Spartanburg said the Light was first reported Hal it As a Brilliant Light the sky. The Caa reports All coincided that the Brilliant Light was a downward trek As it passed Over. From Spartanburg the patrol radio operator said the strange Light seemed to have exploded at Charlotte. N. C., the Light was Sadi seen the direction of Walterboro North and Salley. S. Columbia reports said telephones were humming with inquiries by those who reportedly saw glowing object overhead. The defense fund May not Tafurt Lake creation the morning news Washington Iturra Washington. Jan. .11 the possibility that increased Federal expenditures for National defense will effect proposals for the Crea Tion of a big Lake near Florence for Industrial purposes and. The deepening of the Channel win Yah Bay is very Remote con Gressman John l. Mcmillan believes. The sixth District legislator who has been instrumental getting Money appropriated to finance studies of the two South Carolina projects said he believes they Are such Small projects that they Don t amount to a thimble full of the Money that is needed for National the event of War of course we d have to be ready to drop any acts like these will have to be junked this emergency. After All the Money belongs to the tax payers those people Down at Florence and Georgetown will just be getting Back part of the Money they be paid out income taxes. Defense programs Are necessary of course but the taxpayer can t always see where his Money is going there. The taxpayer likes to at least see where some of his Money is being Johnson who Heads the Senate preparedness subcommittee investigating the missile program told reporters he foresees considerable difficulty ahead president Eisenhower s announced plans to reshuffle the military system. There is considerable evidence to indicate that organizational forms have been stumbling blocks to Johnson said. the other hand it May be that what is needed is a Reeler program of his Mcmillan some Heads ,.n i t j .1 11. I together rather than new organi bul i Don t think Small pro Johnson foresees reshuffle woes Washington Jan. 11 up sen. Lyndon b. John son a Tex said today that action to Knock some Heads together at the Pentagon might produce More missiles. The democratic Leader of the Senate said such firm action might be More effective than a reorganization of the defense department. Three services were said to National Johnson spoke out after the sub committee was reported to have received reports from the army Navy and air Force proposals to revamp the. Present joint chiefs of staff system. The subcommittee has received suggestions that the joint chiefs decisions usually Are reached a Compromise basis of replaced by a single commander of the armed Bulgarin seeks Neutral strip across european continent Moscow Jan. 11 w soviet prime minister Nikolai Bulgarin today called for the establishment of a Neutral line of nations from Scandinavia southward which no atomic bases would be established. He made the proposal a letter to the prime minister of Denmark. Bulgarin said this might be excellent condition for making All Northern Europe a zone which is free of atomic and thermonuclear weapons and this would be a considerable guarantee of the preservation and order this the original proposal which Bulgarin acted with his latest bar rage of letters to the rest of the world was made by Poland. It called for atom free zone com prising Only East and West Ger Poland and Zee Roslova Many Kia. Poland made its offer the u. N. General Assembly oct. 2 the Kremlin has been pressing for this plan with great vigor for a month. Moscow today italian communist senator said soviet foreign minister Andrei Gromyko had proposed including j by inference red the j atom free zone. Sen. Celeste Eorville. Head of unofficial partisans for peace delegation said Gromyko Lold him the atomic neutralization of Italy could be part of agree ment for the atomic neutralization of any other country by which Italy considers itself menaced particularly As far As the Kalian i Adriatic coast is communist Albania is across the Adriatic sea from Italy. his note Bulgarin praised the socialist danish and norwegian premiers because they had rejected the placing the Terri tories of these countries of nuclear weapons and facilities for firing intermediate Range this can Only be welcomed As a decisive contribution to the cause of peace and particularly the lessening of tensions of the european Bulgarin said. Bulgarin added that making Northern Europe atom free zone might evolve from this stand since there Are no nuclear Wear. Sweden and Norway and Denmark took their stand at last month s nato sum Mit meeting Paris but other nato allies provisionally accepted the . Offer of come Date Range ballistic misses and atomic stockpiles. Earlier today the swedish government announced parliament might be asked this year to approve the production of atom bombs Sweden. Bulgarin expressed concern that Denmark and other nato Powers agreed principle the. Neces sity of placing nuclear warheads and missile bases Western Europe. Although Bulgarin admitted this could Only be realized by agree ment among the countries concerned he said one must draw the conclusion that regrettably so far not everything is done to further the changing of Northern Europe to a real zone of peace and v he repeated previous statements that such missile bases mean a tremendous risk to the Popula Tion countries whose heavens you hear the noise from . Air planes carrying mass destruction Day and knifing victim slashed race through store Man drowns car Chesterfield Jan. 11 w t. L. Teal 27, was drowned today when his car left the Road and plunged into a Erevak tin teals Mill Section of Chesterfield county funeral Home personnel said. Police reported that a knife fight which began Dargan is. Turned Kress store into Arena for a few minutes yesterday fore they arrived the scene. Roy Brown of Mars Bluff was admitted to Mcleod infirmary Wilh multiple minor cuts of the Back after his leather jacket had been slashed from his Back by the knife of Samuel Miller of new Zion. Police said he store manager summoned police after inc Brawl moved from Darsan to the store. The manager said that Miller chased Brown up and the aisles hacking away at his Back. He said he was unable to Stop the fight. I. J. W. Wise and det. Archie Gainey investigating said that the leather jacket possibly saved Brown s life. The policemen trapped Brown aisle after he refused to relinquish the knife they said. Ran toward Gainey after seeing the uniform of i. Wise but dropped his open knife when faced Wilh Gainey s drawn Pis Tol. Gen. Bernard a. The group behind have been unanimous their sep Arate reports to the subcommittee opposing any such change. Members said that some complicated alternatives were suggested but declined to give any details. Summing up the Public positions taken by the services John son said their reaction has ranged from outright opposition to attitude 6? let s not do it too fast the subcommittee chairman was obviously angry about the air its own initiative last night of testimony Given by maj. Schriever to closed doors thursday. Schriever Lold the subcommittee at that time he thought a unified space Agency now being set up the defense department Eisenhower s orders would duplicate existing air Force capabilities. Sen. Flanders a sub committee member said it was unfortunate Schriever had challenged Eisenhower s action. While other s e a t or s said Schriever was just being Frank stating his views. Flanders said it seems the president showed leadership straightening out the armed forces and if his first move is publicly condemned by one of the services i think that is satellite race army Navy said at Peak Cape canaveral fla., Jan. 11 army Navy race to shoot the first american sputnik aloft is believed to be nearing a decision tonight behind the cur Tain of Security that surrounds the missile lest Center Here. Best guess seemed to be that the Navy would be the first to fire sending its Vanguard Moon rocket up near the end of next week. The army s satellite packing Jupiter a missile is expected to Trail the Vanguard into Distant space by several Days. Both vehicles Are known to be inside the barbed wire enclosed firing Range varying stages of Assembly. Beyond that there is no official information. Military officials make no Bones of the fact that they want to launch the Satel 1 Les russian Type secrecy is suing no formal announcements until the Moons Are kown to be orbit. Thinking turned to satellites Here after Friday s spectacular missile show during which two huge intercontinental weapons of Atlas and the were shot rapid succession. Both flew successfully Over their assigned ranges. Inside arts Page building Page Down Allen s Alley pee Dee rambler society women sports. Healers to weather data 5-b 8-a 6-a 1-b 2, 4-b 6, 7-a 5-a 2-a Safe found Darlington officers pull a Safe from the Easterling Pond the Patrick Darlington Highway. It was a Climax to efforts solving o series of breaking Darling ton. Left of right Carl Easterling deputies Wade Newsome w. Kirvin Josh Kirvin and a sled agent. Photo by Harry Miller confessions obtained four charged Safe theft Darlington crime wave Darlington Jan. 11 by Sadie want special to the morning news four Darlington contains have been arrested and charged with breaking and entering. The arrests marked a Climax to a series of burglaries Over the county during the past three weeks. Sheriff Grover Bryant who announced the arrests said Confes Sions had been obtained and that he four will be tried at the term of general sessions court Here next week. addition to burglaries Dar Lington county the group four of them teen agers also Are being charged with break ins Chesterfield county. They Are negroes. Sheriff Bryant praised the cooperation of the Carlsville police dept., agent Colen King of the South Carolina Law enforce ment division and the Chester Field county sheriff s office. Here s How the arrests were made As reported by the sheriff his office received a Call to go to the Marion Hawkins store inc Bird town Community shortly after Midnight thursday night. The store had been broken into and its Safe removed to the out Side. The intruders were surprised by a local resident and they fled a car. alarm was and the Hartsville police department reported seeing a car filling the description of the car being sought and gave Chase to it. The fleeing car wrecked near lie City limits of Hartsville Railroad Avenue. Two men were arrested at the scene and upon investigation two others were picked up shortly afterwards. The men arrested were identified As j. Scott 18, Mose Miller jr., 19. And j. Eddie Wright 19, charged with housebreaking and larceny of Burch Griggs Gro Acheson deplores Kennan s views new York Jan. 11 i for Mer u. S. Secretary of state Dean Acheson today disassociated him self and the democratic parly from the widely publicized proposals of former ambassador to Russia George f. Kennan for the neutralization of Germany. Kennna s views broadcast by the British broadcasting were made last month a series of lectures Britain. Among other things they called for the withdrawal of ii. A. Brit ish and russian troops from rope. Or. Kennan s opinion is not shared by any responsible Leader Iho democratic party inc uni Letl Acheson said a statement. Very housebreaking larceny and Safe burglary of John Eastman s grocery housebreaking and Lar Ceny of Jim Easterling grocery housebreaking and grand larceny of Hall s grocery housebreaking and grand larceny of Kelly s Gro Cery housebreaking and grand larceny of Grover Byrd s grocery malicious mischief of the yellow is Ore housebreaking and grand larceny of m. D. Hawkins Gro Cery housebreaking and malicious mischief of e. N. Brown House breaking and grand larceny of by pass drive inn and grand larceny at Ray Northcutt s used car lot. The fourth Man Leroy Johnson alias Leroy Isaac will be tried two counts of receiving stolen goods. Atlanta negroes file suit to favor mixing Atlanta Jan. 11 up a group of negro parents today filed suit Federal court Here seeking to end Segre gation Atlanta s Public schools. It was the first attempt to break Down the Public school pattern Georgia although other suits have tried to end racial segregation colleges and Atlanta s buses. Gov. Marvin Griffin ardent foe of integration has declared repeatedly that he will close the schools Georgia before allow ing them to integrate. The attorneys filing the suit behalf of 10 negro parents were Thurgood Marshall chief coun Saj of the National Assn. For the advancement of coloured people Constance Baker Motley mar shall s associate new York and e. E. Moore or. Atlanta. The suit named Atlanta school supt. Miss Ira Jarrell and the nine members of the Board of Edu cation As defendants. It charges them failing to integrate the schools keeping with . Us blood being sought for unborn child donors Are being requested to Volunteer blood next week for born child expected to need r1i inc Lar transfusions. Physicians said Type 0-Rii negative blood from females who have had no pregnancies or trans fusions is needed for mrs. Monroe Claire Mayer whose child is to be delivered tuesday at ecu of infirmary. Donors Are asked to go to me cod infirmary Laboratory for blood typing or Call mrs. Mayer Al the Mcleod lab is open until 4 weekdays. By Florence firm stocks offered for Sale Fly Jimmy Walkky morning news City Killor first provident corporation of Florence enlarging ils capital Sorn Clare. Will Oiler for Sale a Issue of stocks and Bonds january is. Area deaths Folk Florence. Thomas Mcalpinc Douglas Driggers . Mrs. Paulino Pelt run. N o w Horry. ,11. 7. Manna ally ddn Lii i liter t. The Issue will open the Way for Wiiks and investment funds first provident plans use to wrestle into the National Mutual fund Market from a Southern base of operation. so Slock Issue Chr ills Lory of Florence lie Issue will lie offered Only o soil la Iii Lions i Illus Rory Vire pics ill Rel sold. Mackey will handle the

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