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Florence Morning News (Newspaper) - June 15, 1955, Florence, South CarolinaThe weather partly Cloudy and Slighly warmer with Chance of widely scattered afternoon showers. High today 85. Low 64. Details Page 3. Reader s tip new fishing column by morn ing news sports writer Bey Bollard starts today. Read How to catch to on Page 9. Published in the heart of the pee Dee farm area in the Palmetto Scott vol. 86 Florence s. C., wednesday morning june 15, 1955 daily 5c sunday Loc weekly Gres Effe committee says state should retain do segregation Federal Bill would Aid in mixing pupils 14 hot words bandied at vaccine inquiry Washington june 14 sen. I can mint furnish vaccine free to All Hill a Ala demanded a govern children up to the age o 19. Ment statement today on the Safe Washington a Bill which i provide Federal school Aid tobit a of Lac Salk vaccine and i was told it is a potent material would As Safe As we know How to make Konrad Adenauer West German Chancellor shakes hands with president school districts carrying he asked his que i Are u. S. Ambassador to Germany out or preparing to carry session of the b of they meet at the White House yesterday. With them b. Conant second from and Secretary of state Dulles. A wire photo Adenauer says hell probably accept invitation n to Moscow Washington june 14 a West German Chancellor Konrad Adenauer said Toni Fht he probably would accept Russia s invitation to visit Moscow but that such a trip must be thoroughly prepare Din Advance. Adenauer assured his audience estion at a Senate labor racial integration was introduced in the House used democrats of trying to make today by rep. Udall political capital by criticizing the it won the immediate administration s Han of rep. Powell negro doing of the vaccination program. House member and Leader of a sen. Bender in Ohio denounced Campaign to deny Federal assist i democratic politicians All Over Ance to states refusing to ban this land who he said have been racial segregation in the Public criticizing the program in a Shab Summerton area Only exception Columbia june 14 Cresette committee Ciali Zed Medicine by the Back today recommended that South Carolina Public schools with she said it might Lead to so Adenauer disclosed his toward the russian bid at s ithe danger of German militarism news Culifer incl recep Ion Given Over. Jet pc a again he said will his Honor by news militarists hold Sway Over disarmament agreement. The conference will be too Short schools. Udall in a statement said his i other Republican members of proposal incorporates the wartime i the committee objected that Hill Impact principle of Aid iwas going beyond the agreed Pur. To communities overburdened of the meeting which was to consider two rival proposals to fur Nish free vaccine to children. But the chairman insisted that Congress should not vote millions mrs. Hobby proposed instead that con Gress appropriate 35 Mil lion dollars to make the vaccine available to All needy children. She estimated Hill s plan would Cost 135 million. The Hill Bill she went on would restrict Federal Aid to those areas or groups covered by Community wide free vaccination on the other hand she said the administration s plan is designed to supplement state local and private funds available Lor the Pur Chase of vaccine for children in the priority the exception of those in the Summerton District pre pare to operate their schools for the 1955-56 session on the same segregated basis As in the in a prepared statement issued following a Day Long closed session Here the committee said there May be uncertainty among school authorities and the Public generally about Force and feet of the May 31 . Supreme decree. In Geneva said he did not activity. I the supreme court s integration Jdee Ision was likened in this in stance to a Federal Impact on after he ended talks with sch Oritor embark on a and the problems involved arc s Tats with dual a Maes inoculation Dent Eisenhower and Secretary of moves lint Rieal to believe such a c s without knowing How Safe it is. He systems. I said he also wanted to by Liec such suite Diliet p1 Jim held up the seven nation was Job Leyome Issue could be settled. Earlier he and Eisenhower european Union As a he explained. As a result of this decision. Whether it is sound Public policy sued a Orjin declaration that a wider Security svs a he said the atmosphere for stated the South faces a task Ito continue with the program at by collective Security which might embrace with Russia has never of truly tremendous scope. It must this time meals can Germany assure her in alld e a s t c r n european a As Good As it is today. He reorganize its entire school system general Leonard a. Dependence. They pointedly reject Lle int. Arms limitation cd any russian attempt to get of the Western european germ any to accept a Neutral r r a n g e in e n t Are the Basic in Exchange for unification of any such pact with the said this is because Russia is con a a most difficult and fronted with considerable inter assignment Naf Russia has Over burdened it first Cutter suit is filed Oakland calif., june 14 of polio developed after the giving of polio vaccine was filed today in Alameda county Superior court. Cutter laboratories of Berkeley this difficulty the result of fed de the replies. Ral action the decision of the he told the committee it is the suit was filed by or. Quire in addressing some 700 per radio and television reporters and guests Adenauer said a Neu to Al role for Germany would per Mil Moscow to extend her Power Over All of Western answering question afterwards Adenauer said emphatically Ger Peron dismisses Buenos . Argentina. Few hours later the Bishops. Propri Tion of 150 million dollars potent a Schwele meant effective in prevent ing schools in districts faced reorganization of their there Are things systems. Jug Nave the answers Powell endorsing the proposal Secretary of welfare Hobby came to the meeting to oppose Hill s plan to have the Federal gov this would Lead to Germany disorders. J there was no sign that the pro h ins a soviet satellite and the a decree from Peron and Lus lates were under arrest. I becom g Cabinet accused the Bishops of today s decree from president of romans in a promoting disorders involving Peron and his Cabinet ended the j -1 of. The Church and author it under the gov i a half a t Tel l it l i y 1u i i Vij i i posters of Peron. Lenini enit which recognizes Caijiao no general zones do not want charge murder to Dillon Han rail strike Licis As the state religion. However a High Church source said Santiago Luis Cardinal Copel Asheville. N.c., june 14 a North Carolina supreme court Justice said tonight he finds no general mandate to end All Public Dillon june 14 Frank skipper owner of the Oasis cafe near the North Carolina Border has been charged with murder in titles. The decree named the i. Rev. Imanuel Tato Provisor vicar Gen micral. Auxiliary Bishop for Buenos Aires and Canon of the Buenos London. June 14 Britain s Aires episcopate and the fit. Rev. The shooting of Arthur William striking locomotive engineers Pablo Novoa Canon Armington or. 2c. Firemen ended their walkout to Deacon. A Coroner s jury ruled last and hurried to get the Enlo might continue them in their segregation in the recent " 7 supreme court decision. Barnhill chief Justice of from official government the state s highest tribunal made his comments in an interview with the Ashville citizen. It was his first Public expression on the controversial ruling. George a. Fitzgerald of behalf of their son Ron Ald James Fitzgerald 4. The boys s Mother a registered nurse purchased the vaccine from the drug store and inoculated he son april 18. One week later i suit said he was stricken with Pomo the drug store and the Labora ories Are charged with careless ind Gross negligence. In addition o the damages the suit asks medical expenses and Cost they should be advised that the decree and any subsequent orders issued by the lower courts n this Case can affect Only the Summerton school District in Clarendon county which is be orc the court the Summerton District was the origin of one of five cases which resulted in the supreme court s May 17, 1954 ruling against Segre gation in Public schools. The court up the decision with its May Al decree turning Over the Pupil integration to the District courts. The committee headed by sen. Marion Grossette of Calhoun Al so announced it will hold another meeting Here. June 23 to hear from county superintendents of Educa Tion school Board officials and school administrators. Appearing today were lorme gov. Gov George jr., it gov. E. F. Hollings speaker o the House sol Blatt state atty Gen. T. Callison state supt. Of education Jesse t. Anderson and Attys. Robert Mcc. Figg of. Charleston and s. E. Rogers of Summerton. Figg and Rogers rep resented Summerton in the Case. The was the first held by the committee since the decree was handed Down. There was no indication whether the group considered recommend ing a special session of the Gen eral Assembly As a result of the decree. The legislature recently completed its regular 195s session. The committee was appointed by Byrnes to ind All possible Legal ways to keep the races in Sepa rate Public schools. Numerous recommendations have been written into Law by the legis lature. These include repeal of the com Ulory school attendance Law re urn of school control to local school trustees and repeal of the automatic teacher re employment a. Also enacted was a Law eliminating financial Aid from schools n which any Pupil is lost or gained by court order. Another precautionary step was repeal of a constitutional require ment for a free Public school sys tem. If the Legal action. Horry sheriff says hell War on klan Conway june u eyes of Blind parents 3, was Only a very Little girl new York june 14 us ing her responsibility Rosemary Marrazzo was far older than her three years. But at heart of she was just a. Very Little girl. Rosemary s parents Are Blind. She was their eyes. A familiar figure in the area of her housing project she gravely led her father and Mother on their frequent errands. Darkness was their world j Rosemary wis their Light. That was her responsibility. At her bedside praying for Hei life were her Mother Victoria 30 and her father Frank. 35. They prayed of course for the child whose eyes were their own the child of grown up responsibilities. But they prayed harder for a tiny Tot who lost her Way not because she was t eager to do right but because she was just too Young to know wrong. I cheerfully with the Gallant Undis old n the Public schools Fonray county sheriff John Henry Aid today that. I Mil use every Legaj Means at my command to keep the Kun k Lux klan from gain ing sheriff foothold in Horry county Henry s statement Fol Lowed scattered indication of at tempts to revive some form of klan in this area which witnessed intense activity on the part of Pic organization in 1951 and in the past several Days leaflets emblazoned with pictures of Hood ga., Post office Box number was painted on the leaflet. Sheriff Henry Sadd Kiat i Don t even want to hear of any meet Ings in this equity. If i do hear that any arc planned i am going to try and see that they Are broken up before they get started. "1 will use every Legal Means at my disposal to keep the Kjan from getting started in Horry sheriff Henry said adding there s no place in a Law abiding Community for the illegal operations of such an organization and it is have been found in widely rated parts of the county. De figures in klan uniforms my adm to see that no group a whether it operates under the name no of the Kuklan or whatever names were signed to the leaflet will get the Chance to Breed Here names were s but a adduces using an Atlanta like the old klan urge 7y2 per cent government hike Washington june 14 House civil service committee to Day recommended a Flat 7v4 per cent pay increase for a million Federal civil service employees. Washington. June 14 4 efforts to extend tie raise to 814 division in the u. S. Court of appeals today upheld a lower court s dismissal of a two count Lattimore counts again dismissed in Lumberton. Four men were con 000 evicted and Given life sentences. Il1 Zambone s meditations by Alley Day. received a Promise the British transport com Mission in have an impartial ref say he own Boss All he life Cep Yaj w in he time to Cree hear their claims for higher differentials Over less skilled railway workers. V prime minister Eden s newly elected Cansev Atje government thus weathered its first serious Domestic crisis. It had proclaimed National y at the height of the strike. During t he strike sonic1 factories were i Kielc to move their kinds and Laid off workers. Fuel stocks had reached a Diin Genously Low level. Britain s Highway system costs Cut y Over of r the original estimated Cost of properties needed to Widen South Irby Street and permit the continuation of that project by the state was to the Nix mum Locc Dinovo As much is Poss Ihlo was by truck. A k strike dispute by Uvion o unions still initially lied up Juhe of in. Pc slur Dikiy in n letter my mayor in Styli Ili Luvay commission chief c. It. Mcmillan Hiil Columbia. Ii maim St r i a Vas Ilie Insull of there vein i Dynek will properly with m Idle Shilli Irby Siree Smith of Palmer others Only partly d. I in Siree. Jlong which Ilu Shway my wild Cal St Mich a s so rite has is presently routed. Disrupted inns attn Lii passenger j. This was con Slid i in by Otil traffic Hie strikers mostly Din Luls As another great step will room and sink room stewards do Mandlik a Shorter work Wick. I icy Linic suede filed in fore or of six liner failings Tenn find soil Hampton. 25 of the go property owners on the route have not made definite ver bal agreements. There arc 73 tracts land in Lac affected area. Ii is upon the terms of the verbal agreements thai the reduction Fig ure was estimated. They will not sign. The officials de Clare the Only solution to that will be to condemn such properties. Five others have stated that they will sell rather than face condemnation of properties it was Ali have ver the would add five we on each Bally lint nut stated n Selling Price Side of thu Streil Ryli ending hum the Letler also Widdi d that sin Riihl if wily Fanini 711 to so Fri l and the status of Iliili property one of Llu by the pro posed the mayor slate it in his letter that he Felt reasonably sure this mutter would be worked out satisfactorily. Of property who Havi not sinned or Kivin Virbal it was hoped As now stand to adv Elise for bids ill a Lulu per cent stymied in committee were promised when the pay measure reaches the House floor. The Senate already has approved a 10 per cent boost for the civil service workers. That body also had voted a 10 per cent raise for the half million postal employees but the figure was trimmed to an average of 8 per cent in a com Promise with the House. Continue trial in rape Case Marion. June 14 the trial of a Marion county negro charged with the alleged rope of a 39 year old Mullins teacher March 5 was continued vast Crdal until the next term of general seem Una court. Presiding judge c. Baker appointed two Marion attorneys Charli s spi la and Marvin c. Ten retire sell the sloped Willie and overturn the court of appeals or 2i go ahead and bring Latti charges trial on five perjury remaining outstanding inst him from a 952 indict perjury indictment returned last october against Owen Lattimore. Input. Since the government made the the 1954 indictment alleged lat App civil the tic vote had the effects timbre. Controversial far Eastern of affirming the action of dist. Specialist swore falsely when he judge Luther w. the Senate internal Security threw out the charges Jan. 18 As subcommittee he had never been formless and h a Follower of the communist As is customary when appellate j line or 2 a promoter of comm courts Divide equally no opinion nist causes. Was issued nor was it t was. After a Misc How the judges voted. The recent j Youngdahl d i s m i s s e d the key death of chief judge Harold m. Conli Iuone with three others of Stephens created a vacancy on indictment. The court the court. Of appeals upheld Youngdahl on Boih uie Justice department of original in the u. S. Atty. Leo a. Rover declined to comment on the govern ment s next move. Its alternatives appeared to be u ask the us dict ment and one other but rein stated two counts. The Keystone o the indictment charged Latti More lied flu a he said he had prompt court to review the a com a communist sym a or promoter of communist causes. The first apr nisus of the a feet Case. The Luv vital Rill Zatlyn of Iho Welcl int is Back several a Nellh n Blini the so Etc Zitilli n com lion Nils offer in a proposed re routine of Nuttli wily ,101. s letter slated that of drop Crolius four have route wins attained i d by the Highway div a spokesman for the Marion Piirto men was hut. sheriff s depart i it re Eairly estimates and verbal soil prices were brought out me million temporarily ordered the project children to get polio shots today the Schimil sulk Nolle Var uni will or i in to first or Natl Auraile pupils in Ken cure i Blini ii Al a a. M. To Wilki Lille i Lorii in Tho Arr to i i plur vat eini1 , Nicro pupils nor sri i Luril to or Calvo wins Light vote it look Only 184 votes to elect b. Ivoux to to City Council in i to Iii ill ele Elinn yester Day. Lohere a tit no write in votes. Riv wards the voting went Liko Tii i r of Ronnii Unis Ward i. 22 word 2, 32 word Puri d thai the grind jury return-1 Day. De a. True Bill on the rape Chorre Siwill and added that Sev Disi Ontic hid and stated it could nil Crail additional Chaws wore Pond be continued until a considerable Ink Asi inst him ind would be tried agreement on Lac mutter of the reduction in property costs along Ullin the Rubw or a is nver acc sort it nor Fin today full oils Al Ilir i Lar Rorr local la i Lirl Mcnol Ilar Lucr 9 a or Krmar 10 n. Ryall i. M. 2 m. Mars Ossry. A lift 3 p. Tana Day 3 a in. Kind cd Csc. 3. Ward 4, til word 5. 43. Gilbert replaces David ecu of who left the Council to become mayor. Other members of Tho an Mayo w. Son. 0. Yailen Tukli and mail

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